Dixon: Dixon Tech plans to export 5G mm phone to US and increase production capacity

National electronics manufacturing company Dixon Technologies has started manufacturing millimeter-wave 5G smartphones that will be the first set of devices in the segment to be exported from India, a senior company official said on Sunday. has set up a manufacturing unit with an annual capacity of 7 million millimeter (mm) …

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“Society of the future”: young people explore the world of science and technology at the festival | New

Kevin Nelson, an engineer at ZF Transmissions, was among many adults in science and technology who spoke with young people at the iMAGINE STEAM festival on Saturday in Uptown Greenwood. The many young people who came for the event could easily identify with Nelson, who ran a booth where kids …

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Two new books explore the impact of accelerating technology

October 16, 2021 The exponential age. By Azeem Azhar. Diversion books; 352 pages; $ 28.99. Published in Great Britain as “Exponential”; Random business from home; £ 20 Human borders. By Michael Bhaskar. MIT Press; 432 pages; $ 29.95. Bridge Street Press; £ 20 Masters of scale. By Reid Hoffman with …

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Recovery after BSF officers detachment from Punjab prisons: the Tribune India

Anirudh Gupta Ferozepur, October 15 The initiative of the Department of Prisons to delegate officials from the Border Security Force (BSF) as prison superintendents appears to be bearing fruit, as more than 150 cell phones were recovered in a short period of time in the central prison of Ferozepur. In …

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Casio Launches Hurricane Relief Offer, Helping School Districts Replenish Learning Technology In The Aftermath of inclement weather

Every Student Counts Program to Help School Districts in Five States Through November Posted: October 15, 2021 at 2:35 p.m. EDT|Update: 16 hours ago DOVER, New Jersey, October 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Casio America, Inc., a leader in education, has launched a hurricane relief offering, “Every Student Matters,” …

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Biden calls for work in polluted ports for EJ activists

President Biden’s support this week for keeping the Port of Los Angeles open 24/7 to boost the nation’s supply chain has infuriated public health advocates and left many questioning his environmental justice promises. The port, the largest in the country, is also the biggest source of air pollution in Southern …

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Chip shortage could persist for another 2-3 years: President Hisense

QINGDAO, China – The global chip shortage could persist for another two to three years before ending, the chairman of Hisense, one of China’s largest television and housewares makers, told CNBC. Industries, from consumer electronics companies to automakers, face a semiconductor shortage. This has led to a shortage of products …

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Mumbai Gang Stole Phones, Change IMEI Numbers | Bombay News

Mumbai: The city’s criminal branch has arrested four defendants and dismantled a large interstate gang that sold stolen phones, making them untraceable by changing their IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) numbers. IMEI is a unique 15-digit code that accurately identifies a device with a SIM card entry. It helps security …

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Global Conductive Polymers Market (2021-2026) – Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecast

DUBLIN, October 14, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The report “Conductive Polymers Market – Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact and Forecast (2021 – 2026)” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The conductive polymers market is expected to experience a CAGR of over 8% during the forecast period. Companies mentioned Key market trends …

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Washington Holds Fall Cleanup Saturday | KCII Radio

The city of Washington is hosting its fall clean-up at the Yard Waste Center and wastewater treatment plant this Saturday. City residents should bring their ID or a copy of their utility bill and are asked to stay in their vehicles. They can get rid of general waste free of …

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