Day: September 1, 2020

Global Data Center Interconnect (DCI) Technology Market 2020 Upcoming Trends, Latest Innovation, Advance Technology and Top Companies to 2025

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Sep 01, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) — has come with the title Global Data Center Interconnect (DCI) Technology Market 2020 by Company, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 presents various aspects corresponding to the global and regional markets in a detailed chapter-wise format. The report emphasizes classifications of the market such as product types, applications, key regions, top manufacturers, and various other segments. The report spotlights on the current market status, latest developments, growth opportunities, and future forecast (2020-2025). The report gives a thorough analysis of the global Data Center Interconnect (DCI) Technology market based on product portfolio, applications, price, production processes that have been given in the report. Top key players have been aggregated on the basis of various aspects such as productivity and manufacturing base.

Further in this report, market dynamics, global Data

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Google’s AI flood warnings now cover all of India and have expanded to Bangladesh

Google says its flood prediction service, which uses machine learning to identify areas of land prone to flooding and alert users before the waters arrive, now covers all of India and has expanded to parts of Bangladesh as well.

The search giant launched the tool in 2018 for India’s Patna region, but it says it’s been slowly increasing coverage in coordination with local government. In June, it hit the milestone of covering all the worst flood-hit areas of India. The company says this means some 200 million people in India and 40 million people in Bangladesh can now receive alerts from its flood forecasting system.

In addition to expanding coverage, Google is testing more accurate forecasts and has updated how its alerts appear on users’ devices. The company says it’s now sent over 30 million notifications to users with Android devices.

Google’s new flood alerts offer information in some areas

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Wearable Digital Video Cameras Market New Innovations, Technology Growth and Research 2020-2026

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Sep 01, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.

MarketIntelligenceData report, titled Global Wearable Digital Video Cameras Market Size and Forecast to 2025 presents a comprehensive take on the overall market. Analysts have carefully evaluated the milestones achieved by the global Wearable Digital Video Cameras market and the current trends that are likely to shape its future. Primary and secondary research methodologies have been used to put together an exhaustive report on the subject. Analysts have offered unbiased outlook on the global Wearable Digital Video Cameras market to guide clients toward a well-informed business decision.

The Global Wearable Digital Video Cameras Market offers useful insights into the trends and the factors that propel this Global market. This market study comprehensively discusses the salient features of

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TikTok Sale Imminent, CNBC Says, But New Chinese Tech Export Rules Could Be An Obstacle


  • Beijing has imposing tighter restrictions on certain technology exports
  • China had not made any changes to its technology export list since 2008
  • Trump has demanded that ByteDance divest its U.S.-based TikTok assets

Chinese-owned video sharing app TikTok has selected a buyer for its U.S., New Zealand and Australian assets and may announce a deal on Tuesday, CNBC reported.

However, the Chinese government has created a potential obstacle to efforts by TikTok’s parent internet tech firm ByteDance to sell off these assets to overseas buyers.

Beijing has asserted it can block any such deal to foreign companies by imposing tighter restrictions on certain technology exports. Specifically, the Chinese Commerce Ministry added speech and text recognition – key elements of TikTok’s technology — to a slew of products that will now need government approval prior to their sale to foreign entities.

China had not made any changes to its technology

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Facebook threatens to block news story sharing in Australia

Facebook is threatening to block Australian publishers and individuals from sharing news stories on its platform in reaction to an Australian measure that could require it to compensate media organizations for its use of their stories.

The social network said the Australian move would force it to pay arbitrary and theoretically unlimited sums for information that makes up only a small fraction of its service.

The measure would force Facebook to choose between “either removing news entirely or accepting a system that lets publishers charge us for as much content as they want at a price with no clear limits,” the company’s managing director for Australia and New Zealand, Will Easton, wrote in a blog post. “No business can operate that way.”

Campbell Brown, a former NBC and CNN anchor who is Facebook’s vice president of global news partnerships, said the cutoff threat “has nothing to do with our ongoing

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Health care technology and the pandemic (updated)

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Arnold Pallay of Consensus Health received call after call from patients around the country who had seen him before, seeking guidance from a doctor they trusted. On those same days, he would handle dozens of COVID-positive individuals.

Without the mass utilization of telemedicine that happened so quickly over the course of the pandemic, that wouldn’t have been possible, he said.

Pallay spoke alongside three other panelists at NJBIZ’s virtual Health Care Technology panel discussion Monday afternoon.

The panel, moderated by Health Care Institute of New Jersey Chief Executive Officer Dean Paranicas, also included Grassi Healthcare Advisors Partner Joseph Tomaino, New Jersey Innovation Institute Senior Vice President and General Manager Jennifer D’Angelo, and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Chief Innovation Officer and Vice President Jordan Ruch addressing the advancement in health care technology that was accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jennifer D’Angelo; vice president and general manager, Health Care Division; NJII.


According to

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Mini-LED LCD TV tech: Tiny lights could lead to better picture quality


The excellent TCL 8-Series was be the first TV to use mini-LED technology.

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The latest new TV tech is called mini-LED. It first launched last year with TCL’s 8-Series and is now available on the more affordable 6-series, starting at just $650 for the 55-inch size. With the promise of better contrast, mini-LED has the potential to offer improved picture quality compared to “standard” LCD-based TVs, at a cheaper price than OLED TVs. That’s pretty much what our own David Katzmaier found when he reviewed the the 8-Series, saying “The TCL 8-Series has the best picture quality of any non-OLED TV I’ve tested this year.”

Read more: TCL launches 2020 6-Series Roku TVs with mini-LED, QLED, local dimming

While TCL is first TV maker out of the

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Best And Worst Q3 2020: Large Cap Value ETFs And Mutual Funds

The Large Cap Value style ranks first out of the 12 fund styles as detailed in our Q3’20 Style Ratings for ETFs and Mutual Funds report. Last quarter, the Large Cap Value style ranked first as well. It gets our Very Attractive rating, which is based on an aggregation of ratings of 67 ETFs and 780 mutual funds in the Large Cap Value style. See a recap of our Q2’20 Style Ratings here.

Figures 1 and 2 show the five best and worst rated ETFs and mutual funds in the style. Not all Large Cap Value style ETFs and mutual funds are created the same. The number of holdings varies widely (from 20 to 808). This variation creates drastically different investment implications and, therefore, ratings.

Investors seeking exposure to the Large Cap Value style should buy one of the Very Attractive rated ETFs or mutual funds from Figures 1 and

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Technology Meets Creativity on Women’s Empowerment Platform

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NEW YORK, Sep 1 2020 (IPS) – Eight years ago, and at the age of 11, Fuzia co-founder Riya Sinha decided to start the online platform for girls and women. Her story and Fuzia’s DNA are intrinsically wrapped around each other – and highlight how even in the age of feminism where women’s voices tend to be drowned out, a platform for them can become a global success.

Sinha in an exclusive interview with Inter Press Service explains that Fuzia, with 4-million majority-female followership, was started after she published a book.

“We wanted to give girls a voice. I had written my first book: Runaway Twins when I was 11 and sold it over Amazon and through the local Palo Alto bookstore, Books Inc. in the United States,” she said. “This got me into thinking

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Elon Musk’s Neuralink is neuroscience theater

Rock-climb without fear. Play a symphony in your head. See radar with superhuman vision. Discover the nature of consciousness. Cure blindness, paralysis, deafness, and mental illness. Those are just a few of the applications that Elon Musk and employees at his four-year-old neuroscience company Neuralink believe electronic brain-computer interfaces will one day bring about.

None of these advances are close at hand, and some are unlikely to ever come about. But in a “product update” streamed over YouTube on Friday, Musk, also the founder of SpaceX and Tesla Motors, joined staffers wearing black masks to discuss the company’s work toward an affordable, reliable brain implant that Musk believes billions of consumers will clamor for in the future.

“In a lot of ways,” Musk said, “It’s kind of like a Fitbit in your skull, with tiny wires.”

Although the online event was described as a product demonstration, there is as yet

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