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David Herman, global content partnerships, Twitter Live sports are back, and the crowds have gone virtual. That means teams are getting creative about developing one-of-a-kind fan experiences to keep everyone engaged and excited about the season. This is especially true for the NFL: According to a recent study, 81 percent of NFL fans on Twitter […] The post In the pandemic era, NFL teams are leveraging Twitter to connect with fans appeared first on Digiday.
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We glean some key insights from the 48 entries to the 2019 Stackie Awards, an annual contest that challenges companies to visualize their martech stacks. The post What the Stackie Awards can teach us about the perfect martech stack appeared first on ClickZ.
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As we rapidly approach the iPhone 12 launch, I'm facing leaving my Galaxy Note 20 Ultra behind. These are the features I'll be missing when I switch.
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Often called "breaking the sound barrier," the "sonic boom" is a continuous effect that occurs when an aircraft travels at supersonic speeds.
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Microsoft's latest addition to the Surface range is a portable 12-inch laptop that has a relatively affordable starting price.
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(National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine) On Sunday, Oct. 4, during the 2020 annual meeting, the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) will present two awards for extraordinary impact on the engineering profession. The Simon Ramo Founders Award will be presented to Frances S. Ligler for her research contributions and leadership in engineering. The Arthur M. Bueche Award will be given to Arden L. Bement Jr. for his contributions to technology research, policy, and national and international cooperation.
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Hyundai's New Horizons Studio will build the vehicles, which could help first responders on harsh terrain or pick up wheelchair users without a ramp.
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A world-renowned surgeon who operated on Sir Andy Murray is being investigated over claims he secretly hoarded thousands of bones belonging to patients he had operated on. Derek McMinn, the inventor of a pioneering hip resurfacing technique used on the tennis star, has been suspended from Edgbaston Hospital in Birmingham where he carried out most of the surgeries, according to the hospital’s owner.Dr McMinn allegedly kept the bones of at least 5,224 patients he operated on at the private hospital, the Independent reported, according to a leaked report by BMI Healthcare – which runs the hospital.Circle Health Group, which acquired BMI Healthcare in June this year, said the hospital is now under new leadership and in a public statement that it was taking the issues “incredibly seriously”.A spokesperson said: “We will leave no stone unturned in investigating these historic issues.“They have all been reported to the appropriate authorities and we will co-operate closely with regulators to resolve them.”Circle Health Group said Dr McMinn was immediately suspended and “recommendations and learnings have been made to staff”.The Independent reports Dr McMinn – who did not reply to HuffPost UK’s request for comment through his website – is accused of collecting and storing body parts from patients over 25 years, breaching the Human Tissue Act, which prohibits the removing, storing or using of human tissue without appropriate consent.He is also accused of keeping some of the bones at his farmhouse in Worcestershire, the Independent reports, and the matter has been referred to West Mercia Police.The Care Quality Commission was first made aware of the issue in July last year, and the matter was reported to the Health Tissue Authority and General Medical Council the following month.Investigations have continued over the past year, with the matter also referred to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) – which subsequently took no further action.A spokesperson for the Human Tissue Authority said: “Following an investigation after concerns were raised at the BMI The Edgbaston Hospital, we made a referral to the police.“We cannot comment further on the police investigation.”A spokesperson for West Mercia Police said: “We are currently investigating an allegation of Breach of Statutory Licensing requirements under the Human Tissue Act 2004 following a referral from the Human Tissue Authority. Our investigation relates to a private premises in Worcestershire.“We are working with the relevant authorities as part of our on-going investigation.”According to his online profile on The McMinn Centre website, which is also in Birmingham, Dr McMinn has performed more than 3,500 hip resurfacings and over 6,000 total hip replacements for patients “including several high profile athletes”.He graduated from St Thomas’ Hospital in London in 1977 where he won the Cheselden medal and first prize in surgery.“Surgeons come from around the world to observe and train with Mr McMinn in Birmingham,” the website states.McMinn is understood to deny any wrongdoing.Related... NHS Blunders Saw 621 Patients With Wrong Body Parts Amputated, Surgical Tools Left Inside Them, And Other 'Never Events' Exclusive: £17m NHS Bill After 100s Of Patients Have Wrong Body Part Operated On
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Today in India, Xiaomi held its press event Smarter Living, during which it presented several new products. One of them is the Xiaomi Mi Watch ... The post Xiaomi Mi Watch Revolve launched with 2 weeks of battery appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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(Chinese Academy of Sciences Headquarters) A research team led by Prof. LI Xianfeng from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences proposed a machine learning-based strategy to predict and optimize the performance and cost of vanadium flow batteries (VFBs).
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Barr looks to defend his seat in a suburban congressional district that overwhelmingly voted for President Donald Trump in 2016.
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Vivo is working on a new mid-range device called the Vivo Y12s. In the recent past, the smartphone has already received several certifications. Now it ... The post Vivo Y12s specs revealed through the Google Play Console appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Did you know Aaron Jefferson, VP of Product at self-driving tech company Luminar, is speaking at TNW2020 this year? Check out his session: What’s needed to get safe self-driving cars on the road? here. When it comes to self-driving vehicles, we’ve been promised a lot in recent years. They are supposed to rescue us from the monotony of tedious driving. They are supposed to make our roads safer. They are supposed to be here already, but they’re not. In the past year, the challenging reality of getting fully autonomous vehicles on the road has set in and tech is having to take… This story continues at The Next Web
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Trump has tried to boost his standing among Black voters, but a recent Pew Research Center poll shows that they overwhelmingly support Biden.
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