Day: September 29, 2020

Email Aliases Not Functioning Properly in iOS 14 [Update: Possibly Fixed in iOS 14.2 Beta 2]

Email aliases in the Mail app don’t appear to be functioning correctly in the iOS 14 update, according to multiple customer complaints on the MacRumors forums and the Apple Support Communities.


Affected customers have set up aliases in the Mail app for subscriptions, account signups, and more, as aliases are useful for concealing a primary email address and limiting unwanted messages. Those aliases are not working as intended as of the ‌iOS 14‌ update, with the Mail app on iPhone and iPad ignoring the preferred alias that’s selected when sending an email.

There appears to be no way for affected users to successfully control which alias is selected, leading to emails sent from unwanted addresses. A member of the Apple Support Communities describes the problem:

I have an IMAP account (not gmail) with a few aliases. I have been using this for YEARS and it’s always worked fine. Today, I

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New Emojis Coming To iOS This Year

Topline

Apple on Tuesday released a new set of emojis coming to iOS devices this fall, including a transgender flag, more gender neutral options and a “disguised face” with glasses and a mustache.

Key Facts

The new set of emojis are part of Unicode 13, a set of standards released earlier this year by the Unicode Consortium, an organization that sets rules for tech companies using special characters like emoji. 

The new emoji were included in a beta version of the iOS 14.2 software update Tuesday, and will likely be available to the public in October or November 2020, according to Emojipedia.

The update will add more inclusive options such as a transgender flag, a transgender symbol, a woman with a tux, a man with a veil and a gender neutral person with each, along with a non-binary Santa alternative, Mx. Claus.

Other notable additions are: ninjas, blueberries, bubble

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Newater Technology, Inc. Entering Into A Merger Agreement

YANTAI, China, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Newater Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: NEWA) (“NEWA“, or the “Company“), a developer, service provider and manufacturer of membrane filtration products and related hardware and engineered systems that are used in the treatment, recycling and discharge of wastewater, today announced that it has entered into a definitive Agreement and Plan of Merger (the “Merger Agreement“) with Crouching Tiger Holding Limited, an exempted company with limited liability incorporated under the laws of the Cayman Islands (“Parent“), and Green Forest Holding Limited, a company with limited liability incorporated under the laws of the British Virgin Islands and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Parent (“Merger Sub“), pursuant to which Parent will acquire the Company for US$3.65 per common share of the Company.

Subject to the terms and conditions of the Merger Agreement, at the effective time of the

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Global Atrial Fibrillation Devices Market 2020 Business Growth, Technology and Production Analysis, Opportunities and Regional Market Scope by 2025

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Sep 29, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
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The report evaluates the market size and predictions by product, area, and market condition among the

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Sonos sues Google for infringing on five more speaker patents

Just one day before Google’s Pixel 5 reveal, Sonos has filed a new lawsuit against the search giant, alleging it has infringed five more patents. The patents cover technologies that form the basis of some of Sonos’ best-known features, including its Trueplay tuning tool.

The new lawsuit is the latest development in the ongoing legal spat between Sonos and Google. Sonos first sued Google at the start of 2020. It alleged at the time that the company had violated five of its speaker patents, including one that details a technology that allows wireless speakers to sync with one another. In June, Google countersued Sonos, claiming the speaker company had been using its search, software, networking and audio processing technologies without paying a licensing fee.“While Google rarely sues other companies for patent infringement, it must assert its intellectual property rights here,” Google wrote in the complaint.

“Google has chosen to double

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New Study: Digital Nose Technology Market Growing at 7.6% CAGR to Value of $ 26 million by 2025

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Sep 29, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware, Global Digital Nose Technology Market Report added at Market Study Report LLC offers industry size, share, growth, trends and forecast analysis up to 2025. Global Digital Nose Technology Market also covers top key players analysis and market segmentation in detail. This report examines the Global Digital Nose Technology Market and provides information regarding the revenue for the forecast by 2025.

Digital Nose Technology market is split by Type and by Application. For the period 2020-2025, the growth among segments provide accurate calculations and forecasts for sales by Type and by Application in terms of volume and value. This analysis can help you expand your business by targeting qualified niche markets.

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Moonwalking Humans Get Blasted With 200 Times the Radiation Experienced on Earth | Smart News

The 12 human beings who have walked on the moon were all bombarded by radiation roughly 200 times what we experience here on Earth, reports Adam Mann for Science. That’s two to three times what astronauts experience aboard the International Space Station, explains Marcia Dunn for the Associated Press (AP), suggesting that any long term human presence on the moon will require shelters with thick walls capable of blocking the radiation.

Despite the fact that the measurements, which come courtesy of China’s Chang’e-4 lunar lander, are quite high compared to what we experience on Earth, the data is quite useful for protecting future moonwalkers. According to Science, the levels of radiation at the lunar surface wouldn’t be expected to increase the risk of NASA astronauts developing cancer by more than 3 percent—a risk threshold the agency is legally required to keep its astronauts’ activities safely below.

“This is

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Suncoast Technical College initiative helps students land critical careers for economic development

Career and technical education serves as a critical component in preparing students for occupations important to Florida’s economic development.

SARASOTA, Fla. — Suncoast Technical College is joining forces with the Florida Department of Education for a new workforce education initiative aimed at raising awareness of short-term career and technical education programs.

They are calling it “Get There.”

The Executive Director of STC, Dr. Ron DiPillo, says Get There Florida highlights the key benefits of the programs available locally in Sarasota, and to all Floridians statewide.

“I am pleased to see the state is placing an increasing value on career technical training by creating this one-stop-shop, state-wide career development resource,” DiPillo said.

Career and technical education, often referred to as “CTE,” serves as a critical component in preparing students for occupations important to Florida’s economic development, DiPillo said.

Program offerings are organized into 17 career paths and are geared toward middle

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Why is the Revlon Billionaire Unloading Assets?

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Photo credit: Stephen Lovekin – Getty Images

From Town & Country

Billionaires—especially those who leverage and buy out—unload pricey assets all the time. They sell during upturns, downturns, and global pandemics—the timing doesn’t really matter for those who operate in the financial stratosphere.

Only a few months ago, for example, Henry Kravis (of Barbarians at the Gate fame) sold a Colorado mansion he built in 1991 to Mike Bloomberg (of $900-million-failed-presidential-bid fame) for $45 million. No big deal. It barely made the real estate pages.

But recently, one of the country’s most feared dealmakers—Revlon majority stockholder and longtime occupant of the Forbes and Bloomberg billionaire ranking lists—Ronald O. Perelman, has been making news by selling assets. A lot of them. Rapidly.

Earlier this month, the New York Post reported Perelman was shopping his 57-acre East Hampton estate, the Creeks, for $180 million in a so-called “whisper sale.” (A spokesperson for

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Here’s why PC builders are demanding to know how many capacitors are in the RTX 3080

Following multiple reports of third-party Nvidia RTX 3080 cards crashing, PC builders are now trying to figure out how many capacitors are in their new GPU.

That’s right: capacitors. On Friday, concerned buyers stumbled upon one theory for the crashes: a site called Igor’s Lab speculated that Nvidia’s partners were cheaping out on the capacitors used in their third-party RTX 3080s. And over the weekend, that theory spread: numerous outlets cited Igor’s Lab to publish headlines like “NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Stability Woes Traced To Cheap Capacitors” and “Capacitor issues are causing RTX 3080/3090 crashes.”

A day later, it appeared there might actually be some evidence that capacitors could have caused the cards to crash. EVGA weighed in on the RTX 3080 capacitor controversy on Saturday, citing its own issues with the capacitor layout it originally used in its RTX 3080 cards, although the company claims it never shipped the

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