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China will be one of the world’s hottest aviation markets as the coronavirus pandemic recedes, accounting for about a quarter of expected growth in jet sales over the next decade
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Xiaomi has since developed an earthquake warning system that alerts users of an impending quake. Recently, the company announced that this feature is now available ... The post Xiaomi’s new earthquake monitoring feature use sensors and AI algorithms appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge One of Google’s top executives in diversity strategy and research has left his post after a 2007 blog post slamming the state of Israel resurfaced on June 1st. In the post, Kamau Bobb used antisemitic language, insinuating Jews have an “insatiable appetite for war and killing.” The post was quickly picked up by the New York Post and the Washington Free Beacon. “While Google has been a vocal supporter of diversity initiatives... it has not commented on the recent spike in anti-Semitic hate crimes,” read a Washington Free Beacon article on the subject. But the controversy likely didn’t start with the right-wing press. It seems to have initiated internally, with an email from a member of Google’s Jewish employee resource group. On June... Continue reading…
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The company recently incorporated a new entity in the name of Lupin Digital Health Limited, as a wholly owned subsidiary, which will undertake this.
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(King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST)) The system offers an economical way to source essential battery material.
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The move marks the company’s entry into the direct-to-consumer market as it tries to capitalize on new-age consumer trends where more shoppers are trying online first brands
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(Texas A&M University) Hydrogels are commonly used inside the body to help in tissue regeneration and drug delivery. However, once inside, they can be challenging to control for optimal use. A team of researchers in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University is developing a new way to manipulate the gel -- by using light.
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Members of OPEC and their allies relaxed production cuts as demand continues to improve and erode the supply glut
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PlayStation will hold a series of side tournaments in its first move since acquiring fighting game tournament Evo.
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The AirPods Max headphones have dropped to their lowest price ever in this weekend's Memorial Day sales, with plenty more AirPods deals available.
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The free PC game is pointless. That's why it's so absurdly fun.
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Google Photos is changing on June 1, so is it better to stick or switch your snap backup?
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Amazon's back again with the lowest price yet on new iPad Pro 2021 deals - will they stick around for long? It's unlikely.
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Investor sentiment often follows price, with readings of "greed" found near market peaks, and readings of "fear" found near market bottoms.
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"We're in the fourth quarter of life," he told reporters, referring to his Senate colleagues. "You know who were doing this for? You."
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Apple's AirPlay feature allows users to share videos, images, music, and other forms of media from an Apple device to another compatible device.
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Patanjali had acquired the erstwhile bankrupt firm known for the Nutrela brand of products in 2019 for around ₹4,350 crore through an insolvency and bankruptcy code (IBC) process
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$18bn investment plan also calls for 160 million entertainment customers to become a billion Sony has detailed plans to expand its sensors business and make it more relevant to edge computing and the internet of things, while also outlining growth plans in gaming, anime, and electric cars.…
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Mondelez-owned cookie brand Oreos released a European brand campaign that has a timely message to consumers: remember to enjoy the fun moments in life. Created by Saatchi & Saatchi D?sseldorf and produced by Markenfilm Hamburg, the "Stay Playful" campaign features a TV ad named "Buskerbeat." In the spot, a father and daughter are walking through...
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The four biggest banks collected a combined $4 billion in overdraft fees from customers during the pandemic, against the recommendation of regulators.
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