Eric Erikson

Eric Erikson

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Memory-handling oddity from the age of the 286 has been around since ‘pretty much the original release of Linux’ Linus Torvalds has given the world the first release candidate of version 5.10 of the Linux kernel and called out what he’s labelled an historic change – the removal of an addressing tool that appears to have been around for nearly 30 years, sparked a nasty bug a decade ago but has since been made redundant by chipmakers.…
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Better late than never, eh The European Union has imposed sanctions on a Russian military malware developer and the commander of Russia’s MI6 equivalent, a mere five years after the two targeted Germany's parliament with a cyberattack.…
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Clothing giant Gap says it is considering closing all of its stores in the UK next year.The US retailer this week revealed it is “reviewing options” for its Europe business at the end of the second quarter in 2021. The move could potentially put thousands of jobs at risk.As of July, there were 129 Gap-branded stores in Europe.Stores in France, Ireland and Italy could also close next summer under the plan, which would leave Gap with none of its own stores, just franchises in other shops, across Europe.On Thursday the company said it would be closing 220 stores (equivalent to one third of all branches) in north America by early 2024. It reported a £740m loss in the three months to May due to disruption caused by Covid-19.Mark Breitbard, CEO of the Gap brand – which was founded in 1969 – said: “As we conduct the review, we will look at transferring elements of the business to interested third parties as part of a proposed partnership model expansion. “Franchise partnerships are a strong and cost-effective way to amplify the brand. Through franchise, Gap brand reaches customers in 35 countries with more than 400 stores and 14 e-commerce sites.”He added: “We’ve been overly reliant on low-productivity, high-rent stores.”The moves come as Gap and other clothing retailers are trying to reinvent themselves during the pandemic, which forced many non-essential stores to temporarily close in the spring and early summer. The lockdown of the economy led many shoppers to shift more of their spending online, which many experts believe will be permanent.Related... 24,000 Jobs In The Balance As Peacocks And Jaeger Owner Appoints Administrators
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(Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Bioplastics contain substances that are as toxic as those in ordinary plastics.
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(Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science) Columbia Engineering researchers report their innovative robotic Trunk Support Trainer, when combined with active practice of postural movements, improves trunk and reaching control in CP children with impaired sitting control. TruST helps physical therapists to not only support the children in the region of the trunk where they suffer from weakness and incoordination but also challenge them to perform rehabilitation tasks outside their base of support to improve their movement and coordination.
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With the border closed, Israel tech startups are missing opportunities to work with Chinese partners, Rami Blachman argues.
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The ban on Huawei by the U.S. government is affecting its smartphone business. However, it is not affecting the company’s overall development. Yesterday, the Chinese ... The post Huawei opens its sixth research institute in France – focuses on mathematics and computing appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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(ARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies) Two-dimensional semiconductors offer a possible solution to the limited potential for further shrinking of traditional silicon-based electronics: the long-predicted end of 'Moore's Law'. 2D-based electronics, which could eliminate wasted dissipation of heat and allow for very fast, ultra-low energy operation, could be enabled by a new liquid-metal deposition technique developed at UNSW.
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Streaming app Peacock has free movies and TV shows, and it unlocks more if you pay. And it's finally available on Roku -- but still missing from Amazon Fire TV.
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(Tokyo Medical and Dental University) Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) researchers showed that laser ablation of bone inhibits expression of the osteogenesis inhibitor protein sclerostin without causing inflammation, unlike the conventional bur-drilling technique. Further investigations confirmed that this beneficial bio-stimulation works by inducing mechanical stress. These findings help advance research into the treatment of osteoporosis as well as specific enhancement of bone regrowth in orthopedic and dental surgery.
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, already considered a classic after launching with the Nintendo Switch in early 2017, is on sale on Amazon for $45.
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The demand for imported fresh fruit is on the rise in China, and the country’s ecommerce players are eager to capture rich pickings in Southeast Asia.
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The president is still infected with the virus and will continue to receive treatment at the White House. There's no evidence he's immune.
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A plexiglass divider won't do much to stop coronavirus aerosols, microscopic particles that can hang suspended in the air like smoke.
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