Day: September 20, 2020

Global Water Quality Monitoring Systems Market 2020 Upcoming Trends, Latest Innovation, Advance Technology and Top Companies to 2025

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Sep 20, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
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The company is supplying globally, the majority of Dony's customers are in the following 15 countries: Malaysia, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Macao, France, Germany, United Kingdom, USA, Canada, Singapore, UK, UAE and Australia.
The company is supplying globally, the majority of Dony’s customers are in the following 15 countries: Malaysia, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Macao, France, Germany, United Kingdom, USA, Canada, Singapore, UK, UAE and Australia.
The company is supplying globally, the majority of Dony’s customers are in the following 15 countries: Malaysia, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Macao, France, Germany, United Kingdom, USA, Canada, Singapore, UK, UAE and Australia. 

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Judge Rules Government Can’t Force WeChat off App Stores

TikTok is not the only Chinese app to have been saved from a ban at the last minute this weekend: WeChat won’t be banned from app stores tomorrow either.

A judge in California has blocked the Trump administration from forcing either Apple or Google to remove the WeChat apps from their app stores, Reuters reports. The judge, U.S. Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler, said that a ban would cause hardship and that forcing it would “burden substantially more speech than is necessary to serve the government’s significant interest in national security, especially given the lack of substitute channels for communication.”

Beeler acknowledged that there may be significant national security concerns around Chinese-owned apps, but she also said that there was little evidence that WeChat specifically was a problem, or that banning WeChat in the U.S. would help that situation.

The U.S. Department of Commerce announced the move to ban TikTok and

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Tech gives, tech takes away

It’s a warm Friday afternoon at a Mountain View sports pub just a stone’s throw from several Google offices, and tables inside and out should be filled with people celebrating the end of the workweek. But the long barroom with seating for 80 is closed by coronavirus regulations, and on the outdoor patio — despite efforts to draw people in — there are just a dozen customers drinking and eating in a space for more than 200.

In this city with an economy heavily dependent on the technology industry’s army of daytime workers, thousands of whom are typically bused in by their employers, the shift to remote work is wreaking financial havoc across a broad swath of Mountain View businesses even as the city’s biggest employer contributes new revenue and pandemic assistance.

“We’re surrounded by Google here, and Microsoft is just over there. A lot of small companies as well,”

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Memphis football falls to No. 17 in AP Top 25, No. 20 in coaches poll

Memphis was off this weekend, but the Tigers took a slide in both polls Sunday.



a group of baseball players playing a game of football: Memphis Tigers running back Timothy Taylor slices through the defense of the Arkansas State Red Wolves during their game at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020.


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Memphis Tigers running back Timothy Taylor slices through the defense of the Arkansas State Red Wolves during their game at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020.

The Tigers slid one spot to No. 17 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll and five spots in the Amway Coaches Poll to No. 20. Last week, they jumped 10 spots in the AP poll and 15 in the coaches poll after being unranked before the season.

The good news is Memphis remained a top-20 team as the Big Ten was not eligible to have teams in this week’s polls despite announcing it will resume play on Oct. 24

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Memphis remained the third-highest ranked team

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Pause New Positions This Week (The ETF Investor For The Upcoming Week Of 9/21-9/25)

This series is an extension of my regular, trading-day “Technically Speaking” series. Here, I assume that broad-category ETFs are investors’ primary investment vehicle. The column is devoted to intermediate-term (3-6 months) trades and longer.

Investment thesis: Put all new investments on hold this week. SPY and QQQ are setting up for a move lower, which is supported by the XLK, XLC, and XLY charts. Also, make no new moves into any sector ETF; the charts are weakening. Make sure you’re hedged.

SPY

At the beginning of the month, SPY broke a two-month uptrend. Prices moved through the 10- and 20-day EMAs, but stayed above the 50-day EMA until Friday, when the index closed below the 50-day EMA. Momentum is declining, volume has ticked higher, and the advance/decline line has trended sideways.

QQQ shares many of the same characteristics of the SPY chart – a trend break, increasing volume, and declining

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Hades Has Sold 1 Million Copies, Nearly One-Third Sold In Last Few Days

Just a few days after exiting its early access stage and becoming a “full” game, Supergiant’s Hades has already managed to hit 1 million total sales. Of this number, about 300,000 occurred since its official release.

In its announcement on Twitter, the developer thanked players for not only purchasing the game, but for helping to shape its development during the early access phase. During this period, it was only available on PC, but it has since released for Nintendo Switch, as well.

GameSpot critic Suriel Vazquez played it on

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Thanks to Google, app store monopoly concerns have now reached India

Last week, as Epic Games, Facebook, and Microsoft continued to express concerns about Apple’s “monopolistic” hold over what a billion people can download on their iPhones, a similar story unfolded in India, the world’s second largest internet market, between a giant developer and the operator of the only other large mobile app store.

Google pulled Paytm, the app from India’s most valuable startup, off of the Play Store on Friday. The app returned to the store eight hours later, but the controversy and acrimony Google has stirred up in the country will linger for years.

TechCrunch reported on Friday that Google pulled Paytm app from its app store after a repeat pattern of violations of Google Play Store guidelines by the Indian firm.

Paytm, which is locked in a battle against Google to win India’s payments market, has been frustrated at Google’s policies — which it argues gives Google an

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How schools are creating internet hotspots for students in the era of remote learning

After providing Wi-Fi buses for students at the end of last school year, many school districts are finding new ways to keep kids connected. (Photo: Getty Creative stock photo)
After providing Wi-Fi buses for students at the end of last school year, many school districts are finding new ways to keep kids connected. (Photo: Getty Creative stock photo)

With this unprecedented school year just beginning, many districts across the country have had to figure out ways to ensure their students remain connected.

According to a June study done by Common Sense Media and Boston Consulting Group, about 15 to 16 million K-12 public school students have no access to internet, or devices equipped for distance learning at home. A viral picture of two students doing school work outside of a Taco Bell in Salinas, Calif. last month further illustrated the digital equity gap.

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Famed NYC clock is counting down to Earth’s climate change ‘deadline’

Anyone who has walked through New York City’s Union Square and managed to look up has seen it: A large, multi-numeral digital clock embedded on the side of a sky scraper. 

The public art project known as Metronome typically counts the hours, minutes, and seconds to and from midnight. But as of Saturday, it began telling a different sort of time. It now marks the years, days, hours, minutes, and seconds that the world has to limit carbon emissions before we reach a critical tipping point.

Artists Andrew Boyd and Gan Golan reprogrammed the clock to coincide with the beginning of Climate Week in NYC. The “climate clock,” as they call it, will display on Metronome through the end of Climate Week, Sept. 27.

The “deadline” they’ve set is based on calculations from the Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change. It is largely understood that 1.5 degrees

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