The IFA global events CE China and CE Summit were held in Guangzhou on Sept. 24th-25th. With the theme of “Connectivity and Sharing for Intelligent Services”, the events presented the main forum and two brilliant parallel forums in various fields, including Internet of Things home appliances, Internet retail, and global household appliance innovation. At the same time, the IFA Product Technology Innovation Award ceremony hosted by International Data Group was held. A total of 19 products won awards this year. The awards went to 14 manufacturers, including SIEMENS, SAMSUNG, Midea, Panasonic, BOE, Electrolux, CHiQ, HONOR, Sony, LG, De’Longhi, iRobot, and TECNO, demonstrating the vitality and creativity of global consumer electronics brands.
The recent years see the flourishing of cutting-edge science and technology, including the Internet of Things, smart manufacturing, digital economy, AI, and VR/AR, sparking pioneering thinking on smart technology globally. Attention is increasingly paid to
Sept. 26 (UPI) — The USS Delbert Black was commissioned at Port Canaveral in Florida on Saturday.
The ceremony was private, with a small number of in-person guests and speakers, due to COVID-19. But it was livestreamed, with some Navy and political leaders delivering remarks remotely.
Those attending in person included Ima Black, widow of Delbert Black, the Navy’s first Master Chief Petty Officer and the ship’s namesake, and James Geurts, the Navy’s assistant secretary of research, development and acquisition.
Speakers praised the ship’s namesake, who oversaw the creation of the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy during the Vietnam War and guided the branch through that era.
Russel L. Smith, the Navy’s current MCPON, was the principal speaker, and several of Black’s successors delivered remarks virtually via video chat.
“Every sailor should know and appreciate the role MCPON Black played in elevating the role of and the
The award honors executives in Oregon and Southwest Washington for excellence in industry leadership and for positive impact in the community
PacStar, a leading developer and supplier of tactical and enterprise advanced communications solutions, today announced that CEO Peggy Miller will receive the 2020 Sam Blackman Award at the Oregon Technology Awards to be hosted virtually today from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. Formerly known as the Technology Executive of the Year award, the Sam Blackman Award is named for AWS Elemental founder and 2015 Technology Executive of the Year, Sam Blackman, who passed away in August 2017. The award from the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) recognizes executives of Oregon and Southwest Washington technology companies for excellence in industry leadership as well as positive impact in the greater community.
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In the days leading up to the 2020 Emmy Awards, the big concern was how the producers and host Jimmy Kimmel were going to pull off a virtual ceremony. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, Kimmel would be at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Most nominees would be home or wherever they chose to be, and would be connecting remotely. The possibility of technological foul-ups and other potential disasters loomed large.
As it turned out, though, the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards show on Sunday came off with only a few technical glitches. After a fairly numbing first hour, in which all the comedy categories were lumped together, and “Schitt’s Creek” kept winning in all those categories, the show perked up. While some bits fell flat, by the time it was over, this unconventional Emmy show ultimately felt lighter and more down to earth than the traditional extravaganza.