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The latest season of Fortnite brought some big changes to the game, including the addition of new weapons and the ability to craft them into more powerful items. Though many players have enjoyed this change, the original arrangement left much to be desired and players complained about trouble finding crafting items. Now that, as well as multiple other things, have … Continue reading
Yesterday, Capcom revealed new details about the Resident Evil series, announcing that Resident Evil Village will be getting a demo and Resident Evil 4 will be coming to Oculus Quest 2. Today, we’re learning even more about Resident Evil Village, as Capcom has revealed the expected resolution and frame rate of the game on consoles and PC. This information can … Continue reading
Back in April of 2019, we reviewed Embr Wave, AKA “your own personal thermostat.” This was a wearable that was able to transmit warmth and coolness to the wrist of the wearer, allowing the wearer to feel some sense of temperature control with a tap of the device. Now, having found some measure of success with the first unique piece … Continue reading
The fire suppression market is estimated to be worth USD 22.97 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach USD 29.13 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 4.87% between 2018 and 2023.Key factors such as technological advancements and innovations in the construction industry; increasing policies, regulations, and government mandates; and increased damage to human life and property due to fire breakouts are driving the fire suppression market growth.Download PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=8212480Fire suppression reagent FM200 to hold largest market share between 2018 and 2023FM200 is a clean, colorless, and environmentally friendly fire suppression agent that is electrically nonconductive and safe for humans.FM200 agent is stored in a cylinder as a liquid and pressurized with nitrogen, which makes it a highly compact fire suppression system.Due to this, it is used in telecommunication facilities, computer rooms, control rooms, museums and art galleries, historical archive storage, and pharmaceutical and medical facilities.Oil & gas and mining to hold largest share of fire suppression market between 2018 and 2023The use of fire suppression systems is prevalent in the oil & gas industry.However, various existing fire detection and suppression systems used in the industry need regular maintenance, repair, and replacement of parts due to protocols established in the industry, which would result in the growth of the fire suppression market.Rising urbanization in emerging markets such as China, India, Indonesia, and Nigeria is expected to accelerate infrastructure spending for vital infrastructure sectors, which include transportation, water & wastewater treatment, and power.
Before you get panicky about the jargon, let us look at the meaning of a learning management system.A learning management system is a software application used to monitor, administrate, document, report and track educational courses.An LMS can be really helpful in the current scenario due to the lockdown of schools and it will enable unfaltering delivery of lessons to students.The purpose of an LMS is to empower Learning and Development (L) departments with training and development for their learners.You could think of a learning management system as a vast archive where you can track and store information.Anyone with a login and password can access these online training resources whenever and wherever.You could deploy a learning management system (LMS) via cloud, get it from a self hosted platform, desktop application or a mobile application.One of the biggest perks of having an LMS is that it can store a large amount of data and it tracks learners/students performance and monitors progress.Here is where Digital Teacher comes in handy.
An oddity a few years back, almost all smartphones these days have no fewer than two cameras. Some more eccentric ones even have five or more (if you consider 3D ToF sensors as cameras). In most cases, however, those cameras are often not created equal, with manufacturers favoring one mode of photography over another, which sometimes means lower picture quality … Continue reading
Did you know that Instagram gives users a limited amount of time to restore the posts they've deleted? When users delete a regular post or a Stories post from their Archive, they'll have up to 30 days to restore the post before it's permanently deleted. If users delete a Stories post within the first 24...
Engineers from the University of California, Berkeley have announced the creation of a very small wireless implantable to provide real-time measurements of tissue oxygen levels deep within the body. The device is very small at approximately the size of a ladybug, and is powered by ultrasound waves. Researchers believe the device could help medical professionals monitor the health of transplanted … Continue reading
Want to change your outlook on email and achieve inbox zero in Microsoft Outlook?Nothing makes me crankier than an inbox full of emails sitting there nagging at me to attend to them.The desire to achieve inbox zero is a fantastic notion for many people who choose to put off wrapping up loose ends in their inbox for another day.I can say stuff like this because I was stuck in that delay tactic rut for many years.I had a bad case of analysis paralysis and if I wasn’t absolutely sure that I’d never need to see that email again, there was no way I would consider it an unnecessary item deemed ready for removal.This year I finally took control of my inbox.Once the hard work was done, the feeling was zen.Web-based Outlook email does the best job of making you feel like a winner, displaying the following image in place of the typical flood of emails when you get down to the big ZERO:So how do you get started?Getting a handle on managing and organizing your inbox requires you to accept two key things:You don’t have to delete an email to do away with it.Using the Archive folder in Outlook 2016 is a quick and simple place to store emails you don’t need to see anymore.If you’re using Outlook 2016, here is how to use the Archive Folder: Microsoft Support Article for step-by-step instructions.If you’re using Outlook webmail, here’s a quick tip: Keyboard Shortcut to Quickly Archive Batches of Emails in Outlook Webmail.But what about those emails that sit in your inbox for days or weeks; the ones that are not urgent or do not have a clear course of action, but are still relevant enough to be unsuitable for storage in the Archive folder?The answer is: OneNoteMoving emails to OneNote is the perfect answer if you need to:Refer to part of an email in the future.File a piece of information inside an email in a logical spot so you can quickly find it when it is needed.Copy a chunk of text or images to use in a document.Create a place to gather more information to complete the task.Quickly link notes in the email to a task.
NASA is talking about a new space telescope that will launch in the mid-2020s. The new telescope is the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope, or simply the Roman Space Telescope. It’s an infrared telescope that will help NASA peer into the infrared universe in an unprecedented fashion. One of the most important things that the Roman Space Telescope will allow … Continue reading
Nintendo is back with another Indie World Showcase this week, and it’s promising new information on indie games that are headed to Nintendo Switch. Switch owners are no strangers to Indie World Showcases at this point, as they’re essentially fast-paced Nintendo Directs focused entirely on the world of indie gaming. As is usually the case, though, Nintendo is staying tight-lipped … Continue reading
If you consume cannabis products on occasion, you may experience a side effect that impacts vision — and yet fail to realize that it’s occurring. That’s according to a new study from the University of Granada, which found multiple vision changes that occurred after consuming the substance, ones that the majority of users didn’t recognize or underestimated. The new study … Continue reading
Wyze has revealed its latest product, and the company continues its spread through the smart home with the new Wyze Floor Lamp. Up for pre-order now, the new lamp comes what a Bluetooth remote control to adjust brightness though, Wyze promises, after a few uses you won’t need to do that manually. Instead, the Floor Lamp is designed to learn … Continue reading
Roku OS 10 is coming, and it promises to be a big deal when it comes to finding, navigating, and playing content whether you’ve got a Roku TV or a set-top box. It’s a timely update, too: Roku says viewing hours are soaring year-on-year, as we spend more time at home and a greater percentage of that time in front … Continue reading
NASA recently had the Perseverance rover placing Ingenuity helicopter on the surface of Mars for the first time. The helicopter was scheduled to have its first test flight today, but that has now been delayed, with the flight happening no earlier than April 14. The helicopter’s first flight was delayed due to a safety alert while conducting a high-speed spin … Continue reading
A new study from the University of Helsinki’s Obesity Research Unit has found that fat tissue’s energy ‘powerplants’ are knocked out of tune in obese individuals, making it harder to lose weight and keep it off — in addition to paving the way for a variety of health problems. Though similar changes were found in the muscle tissue of obese … Continue reading
The weather is starting to heat up and summer will be coming up soon. In addition to being cooped up inside most of the time due to the pandemic, that will most likely be an invitation and temptation for some people to go out and about, sometimes going to beaches even. During those times, another enemy of health rears its … Continue reading
When Apple launched its first-ever Android app in 2015, it wasn’t the much-desired Music app or even iMessage. It was an app that helped Android users “Move to iOS”, or at least migrate some of their phone’s compatible data. Nearly six years later, Samsung is biting back with a rather curious but admittedly impressive web app that lets those from … Continue reading
After a couple of previously announced milestones involving its Mars ingenuity helicopter, NASA has detailed its plan to live stream the spacecraft’s first controlled flight. Of course, this won’t include an actual video feed of the helicopter as it fires up for its historic moment, but it will bring viewers along on the journey. NASA typically holds broadcasts for its … Continue reading