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Mouser Debuts Technical Resource Center, a Searchable Collection of Tech Content and Product Information


Mouser Electronics, Inc., the New Product Introduction (NPI) leader empowering innovation, announces its redesigned Technical Resource Center, which contains the global distributor’s ever-expanding collection of technical articles, blogs, eBooks, and Methods technology and solutions journal, plus related product information, in a searchable repository.

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Mouser Electronics’ new Technical Resource Center — which contains the global distributor’s ever-expanding collection of technical articles, blogs, eBooks, and more — helps customers more quickly and easily find technical and product information across all of Mouser.com. (Graphic: Business Wire)

Mouser’s newly refreshed Technical Resource Center enables customers to more quickly and easily find technical and product information across all of Mouser.com. The front page of the Technical Resource Center includes links to Applications & Technologies sites and Mouser’s Bench Talk blog, as well as featured

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Mark Cross Relaunches Its Men’s Collection And Invests In New Technology

Mark Cross, an American luxury brand established in Boston in 1845, is revisiting its roots and looking to the future in its new men’s collection. While Mark Cross always had men’s pieces, this fall, it fully relaunches the collection with new silhouettes and an exclusive new logo. Pieces and the logo are inspired by the company’s long heritage and archives, but they are thoroughly modern. Mark Cross also partnered with TrueTwins, a technology company that provides a digital passport for every piece. A digital chip is embedded inside the product, which a smartphone can sense. Upon scanning the chip, your phone takes you to the Mark Cross app where you can view the certificate of authenticity, information on the piece’s sustainability, the supply chain, proof of ownership, and warranty. Even if you purchase the piece from someone other than Mark Cross,

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Casio Expands EDIFICE Collection With New Connected Timepieces

DOVER, N.J., Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Casio America, Inc. is delighted to announce the expansion of its EDIFICE collection of timepieces with three new models – the ECB20D-1A, ECB20DB-1A and ECB20DC-1A. Ideal for any look, outfit or occasion, the new ECB20 models come equipped with a comprehensive set of features including full-time Smartphone Link, schedule timer and super illuminator, just to name a few.

“The new ECB20 models are a welcome and natural fit to our robust lineup of EDIFICE connected men’s timepieces,” said David Johnson, Vice President of Casio’s Timepiece Division. “Casio continually takes affordability and technology into account throughout the design process. This series is no exception and we expect it to impress the modern man who enjoys smart technology in a classic, versatile design.”

Created to keep users on time and in fashion, the ECB20 series comes equipped with full-time Smartphone Link

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Cole Haan teams up with Slack on limited-edition shoe collection

  • Cole Haan partnered with Slack to create a limited-edition sneaker collection inspired by the popular business communication platform. 
  • The shoes — which retail for $120 and will officially be available on October 7 — come in Slack’s four signature colors and prominently display the tech company’s logo. 
  • According to Cole Haan, the sneakers were inspired by “the pandemic-related rise of remote working” that has led many businesses to lean heavily on programs like Slack. 
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In a sneaker collaboration fit for these uncertain times, Cole Haan is pairing with Slack to launch a new limited-edition shoe collection. 

The “Generation Zerøgrand” shoe — which retails for $120 and will officially be available online and in select Cole Haan stores beginning October 7 — includes four styles that prominently display the Slack logo. The collection was created in partnership with Slack and designed entirely through communication

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Top EU court bars mass collection of mobile, Internet data

Oct. 6 (UPI) — The European Court of Justice ruled Tuesday that member states cannot collect mobile and Internet data en masse, saying it’s illegal to gather such “general and indiscriminate information.”

The court ruling answered several cases brought by Privacy International and La Quadrature du Net.

Austrian privacy advocate Max Schrems had filed a lawsuit based on work by whistle-blower Edward Snowden that showed the United States doesn’t offer sufficient protection against surveillance by public authorities. His lawsuit opened the initial inquiry that lead to Tuesday’s decision.

“EU law precludes national legislation requiring a provider of electronic communications services to carry out the general and indiscriminate transmission or retention of traffic data and location data for the purpose of combating crime in general or of safeguarding national security,” the court said in a statement.

The court ruled in recent years that prevailing EU law bars member states from mandating

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Maps From Free-To-Play Russian Game Halo Online Could Come To The Master Chief Collection

In 2015, Microsoft worked with Saber Interactive on a free-to-play Halo game for Russia called Halo Online. It was short-lived, however, as Microsoft canceled it before it even left beta.

The game may get a new lease on life, as Microsoft has teased that maps from Halo Online could be incorporated into Halo: The Master Chief Collection in the future.

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Design director Max Szlagor said in a blog post that included among the many, many other new features that are being discussed for MCC are Halo Online maps. “Is there an opportunity to bring over some of the Halo Online maps? There’s a lot of options out there and it’s all dependent on what’s feasible and everything takes time and has to be measured against the bug list, backlog, and feature priorities,” Szlagor said. “All in all, we are definitely looking towards more goodness and continuing with more seasons.”


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OSIRIS-REx will attempt its first asteroid sample collection next month

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is almost ready to touch down on the asteroid Bennu, NASA announced today. On October 20th, OSIRIS-REx will make its first attempt at collecting a sample of the asteroid’s rocks and dust. This will be the first time NASA has collected pieces of an asteroid and the largest sample return from space since the Apollo program.

OSIRIS-REx is about the size of a large van, and it will touch down in a sampling area that is about the size of a few parking spaces — 52 feet in diameter. The area is surrounded by building-sized boulders, which could make the landing a bit more challenging. 

Once OSIRIS-REx has landed, a robotic sampling arm will perform Touch-And-Go (TAG) collection. The mission is to collect at least two ounces, or 60 grams, of rocky material. If the first TAG attempt in October does not collect enough material, OSIRIS-REx has

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Seattle startup Attunely raises $6M to help debt collection agencies collect payment

Attunely CEO Scott Ferris. (Attunley Photo)

Attunely is raising more cash to support increasing demand for its machine learning platform used by debt collection agencies. The Seattle startup raised a $6 million Series A round from Framework Venture Partners, Anthos Capital, Vulcan Capital, and others.

Founded in 2018 and spun out of Seattle-based startup studio Pioneer Square Labs, Attunely crunches data related to debt records and consumer interaction history, in addition to other information such as macroeconomic trends, to produce a “score” for consumers who owe payment.

Attunely CEO Scott Ferris said the company saw a surge in activity earlier this year from creditors and recovery agencies that are “seeking technology solutions to optimize revenue recovery on call center resource constraints.”

“In addition, they are hyper-sensitive to only contacting consumers who are receptive and have a propensity to pay,” Ferris added. “Our machine learning platform does not require personally identifiable

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New Wilderness Collection of Gas Fireplaces Features World’s Only Realistic Burning-Log Experience

Wilderness Collection fireplaces are also equipped with internal lighting, creating a lustrous glow within the fireplace which adds a sublime ambiance to any room, even when the fire is not turned on. With the natural-looking log arrangement and attractive internal lighting, a Wilderness Collection fireplace elevates the room and becomes its centerpiece.

In addition to superbly-realistic flames, Wilderness Collection fireplaces offer additional conveniences and amenities. Wilderness Collection fireplaces can be managed by phone via Wi-Fi for fingertip control. Ortal’s innovative Cool Wall Technology mitigates heat from the unit, ensuring that the surrounding walls remain cool, permitting hanging of artwork and electronics directly over the fireplace. With Ortal’s unique installation technology, an Ortal fireplace has been optimized for efficiency, making it both beautiful and exceptionally easy to install.  

“The luxury-home market is in a constant search for the best of the best, and our Wilderness Collection fireplaces are the epitome of

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Facebook Faces New Lawsuit Over Alleged Covert Collection Of Facial Recognition Data


  • Facebook is facing a third lawsuit over alleged covert use of cameras to record facial recognition data of its users
  • Facebook was sued last month over similar accusations, and had a settlement rejected by a judge the month prior
  • Facebook says the notification of camera use was an error that has been fixed, and cameras were never accessed

Facebook is being sued for alleged use of inactive phone cameras to surveil users. The suit, filed in California by a New Jersey user, is the third this summer and accused Instagram of accessing cameras without the knowledge of users to collect information. 

Brittany Conditi filed suit Thursday over alleged use of facial recognition technology, saying the company was recording how users reacted to ads to better targeted advertisements. Facebook has said while notifications that Instagram was using the camera did pop up, they were due to a bug, and

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