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Global Smart Eyewear Technology Market 2020 Key Business Opportunities, Impressive Growth Rate and Development Analysis to 2025

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Sep 23, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
Global Smart Eyewear Technology Market 2020 by Company, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 aimed at strengthening players’ overall growth and offering a strong position in their business, explores facts, events, and possible variations in the market considering regional and global levels. The report contains detailed, accurate research studies that provide an in-depth analysis of global Smart Eyewear Technology market dynamics. The report highlights significant insights about the market involving market size, application, fundamental statistics, market share, and growth factors. The research incorporates an exact competitive assessment of industry players and their valuable strategies during the projected timeframe 2020 to 2025.

The report profoundly evaluated in the report covering scope, profitability, demand status, uncertainties, and development forecast. Then report compiles in-depth analysis on critical subjects of the global Smart

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‘You can’t be afraid to stand on what is right’

EXCLUSIVE: DeJonique Garrison, evening news anchor for KBMT, is taking a stand against racism and discrimination

It’s been more than 100 days since protest erupted nationwide after the untimely death of George Floyd. The 46-year-old Black man died after a white police officer knelt on his neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds as Floyd lay on the payment in Minneapolis. The outrage over the deaths sparked global protest about racial inequality and police brutality, and it pushed forward a renewed agenda to fight racism. 

The scope of the fight crossed barriers from healthcare to education to media. Black news anchors and reporters across the country are reporting the facts of each story of racial injustice objectively, while also fighting their own racial inequality battles. What’s not being reported is the trauma of the experiences once the cameras stop rolling. 

Read More: Chris Rock on racism, protests: ‘Humanity isn’t

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Austin-based company shows off new COVID-19 disinfecting technology for commercial buildings

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Y’all can feel it coming in the air tonight, ozone.

A local consortium is already turning results in the fight against COVID-19 months after its inception.

The Texas Global Health Security Innovation Consortium, organized by the Austin Technology Incubator, made a collaboration of companies possible to conduct a demonstration at a local company.

“We wanted to have a solution that was going to be usable over and over again that would work within the culture of commercial building industry and be effective,” Panache Development & Construction president Adam Zarafshai said.

The company assembled Texas Air Industries and others to solve a problem they had: COVID-19.

Shahram Shafie, an Austin technology entrepreneur with Texas Air Industries, and other engineers demonstrated an ozone disinfecting system Wednesday afternoon at Panache’s main office in east Austin.

Attendees enter the test area (KXAN Photo/Todd Bailey)

Panache essentially agreed to become the

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NASA releases Artemis mission plans to return astronauts to the moon

  • NASA just unveiled its first full plan for its Artemis program, a series of missions to return people to the moon for the first time since 1972.
  • The program would launch an uncrewed mission around the moon in 2021, followed by a crewed moon flyby in 2023, then a lunar landing in 2024.
  • The plan also calls for NASA and other agencies to set up a lunar base. 
  • But NASA needs $28 billion over the next four years to make Artemis happen.
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NASA has released its first full plan for its Artemis missions, which aim to put the first woman on the moon and the first man since 1972. 

The plan calls for a lunar landing in 2024, but before that, NASA intends to launch two other missions to the moon to test its new Orion spacecraft.

“Our plan to land the first

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Without oxygen, Earth’s early microbes relied on arsenic to sustain life

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Much of life on planet Earth today relies on oxygen to exist, but before oxygen was present on our blue planet, lifeforms likely used arsenic instead. These findings are detailed in research published today in Communications Earth and Environment.


A key component of the oxygen cycle is where plants and some types of bacteria essentially take sunlight, water, and CO2, and convert them to carbohydrates and oxygen, which are then cycled and used by other organisms that breathe oxygen. This oxygen serves as a vehicle for electrons, gaining and donating electrons as it powers through the metabolic processes. However, for half of the time life has existed on Earth, there was no oxygen present, and for the first 1.5 billion years, we really don’t how these systems worked, says lead author of the study and UConn Professor of Marine Sciences and Geosciences Pieter

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Computers, Wi-Fi for virtual learning in Houston

The technology and supplies needed were ordered under the state’s “Operation Connectivity” program which is funded from the CARES Act.

HOUSTON — Houston-area school districts have placed orders for more than a quarter-million computer devices and Wi-Fi hotspots under the state’s “Operation Connectivity,” a KHOU 11 analysis of Texas Education Agency records has found.

The program is funded with $200 million from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, and generally provides dollar-for-dollar matching funds to schools. Fifty Houston-area districts and charter schools requested 204,752 computer devices such as laptops and IPads, along with 70,765 hotspots. The bulk-order represents more than a quarter of all devices requested statewide.

Most will go to low-income students.

“Specifically the ones that are the most economically disadvantaged and are really having trouble and really need to connect to their teachers on a daily basis for virtual learning,” said Melody Parrish, the TEA’s

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So, What Happens Now With Elder Scrolls 6, Starfield, And Bethesda’s PS5 Exclusives?

Microsoft has revealed it isn’t necessarily done acquiring new developers, although it won’t make any such announcements during TGS, shutting down rumors of a Sega purchase. Read on for a look at what the Bethesda acquisition could mean, and make sure to also check out our take on why buying Bethesda isn’t about exclusives.

The week is off to a busy start with the massive news that Microsoft has purchased ZeniMax Media and, by extension, Bethesda Softworks and its many game studios. That puts franchises like Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Doom, and others under the Xbox Game Studios umbrella, calling into question what exclusivity might look like for these big-name franchises as we enter the new generation. In the more immediate future, it also raises the issue of what happens with a pair of Bethesda-published games that were previously set to debut exclusively on PC and PS5: Deathloop and Ghostwire: Tokyo.

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Record-Breaking Whale Stays Underwater for Mind-Bending 3 Hours and 42 Minutes

A Cuvier’s beaked whale (not the same individual described in the new study).

A Cuvier’s beaked whale (not the same individual described in the new study).
Image: NOAA

Marine biologists are astonished after a Cuvier’s beaked whale held its breath for nearly four hours during a deep dive. The unexpected observation shows there’s much to learn about these medium-sized whales.

Scientists from Duke University and the Cascadia Research Collective recorded the unbelievable dive during field observations off the coast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, in 2017. In the first of two epic dives, the Cuvier beaked whale, wearing tag ZcTag066, stayed underwater for nearly three hours. A week later, the whale outdid itself, holding its breath for a bewildering three hours and 42 minutes.

“We didn’t believe it at first, because these are mammals after all, and any mammal spending that long underwater just seemed incredible,” Nicola Quick, the lead author of the new study and a biologist at Duke University, said

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Satellite Science Is Helping The Environment, From Farms To Oceans

The same technology used for satellites can monitor both lands and seafloors, helping adaptation and mitigation practices against climate change.

Vultus and PlanBlue are two of the nine climate ventures selected by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Climate KIC to receive €4 million, as part of the EIT Crisis Response Initiative, with the aim to help start-ups recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. To choose who deserved the grant, EIT Climate-KIC took into consideration the potential reduction of greenhouse gases emissions made possible by each innovation.

“Our entrepreneurship community has been severely affected by the COVID-19 crisis, be it through  last-minute investment cancellations, losing customers, global supply chains being interrupted or  even just distraction

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Millimeter Wave Technology Market by Emerging Trends, Share, Growth Rate, Opportunities And Market Forecast To 2027

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Sep 14, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
The global millimeter wave technologymarket is segmented by product into scanner systems, radar & satellite communication systems and telecommunication equipment; by component into antennas & transceiver components, frequency sources & related components, communication & networking components, imaging components, RF & radio components, sensors and controls, interface components, power & battery components and others;  by frequency band into bands between 8 Ghz-57 Ghz , bands between 57 Ghz-86 Ghz and bands between 86 Ghz and 300 Ghz; by license into light licensed frequency, unlicensed frequency and fully licensed frequency; by application into mobile & telecom, consumer & commercial, healthcare, industrial, automotive & transportation, military, defense, aerospace and others.

Millimeter wave provides wireless communications with merging of Wi-Fi and cellular services. Millimeter wave technology is extensively used in sectors such as consumer & commercial,

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