Mark Cross Relaunches Its Men’s Collection And Invests In New Technology

Mark Cross, an American luxury brand established in Boston in 1845, is revisiting its roots and looking to the future in its new men’s collection. While Mark Cross always had men’s pieces, this fall, it fully relaunches the collection with new silhouettes and an exclusive new logo. Pieces and the logo are inspired by the company’s long heritage and archives, but they are thoroughly modern. Mark Cross also partnered with TrueTwins, a technology company that provides a digital passport for every piece. A digital chip is embedded inside the product, which a smartphone can sense. Upon scanning the chip, your phone takes you to the Mark Cross app where you can view the certificate of authenticity, information on the piece’s sustainability, the supply chain, proof of ownership, and warranty. Even if you purchase the piece from someone other than Mark Cross,

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Cleanroom Technology Market to Cross $8,909.6 Million Revenue by 2030: P&S Intelligence

NEW YORK, Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Due to the increasing prevalence of chronic and acute diseases, the demand for drugs, vaccines, and other pharmaceutical and biotechnology products is rising. Thus, as a result of the growing pharma and biotech industries, the global cleanroom technology market is expected to advance to $8,909.6 million in 2030 from $4,204.9 million in 2019, at a 7.0% CAGR between 2020 and 2030, according to the market research report published by P&S Intelligence.

The critical nature of the pharma production process and the extreme caution that needs to be observed during it leads to the increasing installation of cleanrooms. Similarly, the cleanroom technology market is also growing on account of the stringent guidelines of the World Health Organization (WHO) that biotech and pharma firms need to adhere to. The levels of chemical vapor, dust, and aerosol microbes need to be limited inside production and

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Cross Border Tech Innovation and Ecosystem building

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Colombia continue its nearshoring virtual tour with a new stop, San Francisco, CA. The Organization Latin San Francisco, is coordinating an exclusive conversation on Colombian Tech and Colombian Silicon Valley success stories with former Vice President and current Colombian Ambassador to the United States Francisco Santos and the President of ProColombia Mrs. Flavia Santoro.

Colombia is a hot spot for innovation, and it’s only getting hotter. With a resilient economy, creative talent and the backing of the government, Colombia offers entrepreneurs, tech companies and venture capital firms a vibrant ecosystem for growing their business,” said Francisco Santos, Ambassador of Colombia to the United States.

Colombia has secured its spot on the global map as a top emerging tech destination. From the World Economic Forum choosing Medellin as its Spanish language HQ for the Center for the

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U.S. Army Network Cross Functional Team displays full-force network lethality technologies at Project Convergence 20 | Article

YUMA PROVING GROUND, Ariz. – As technology advances at an ever faster pace, the U.S. Army’s network capabilities must evolve faster to enable the future of modernized warfare. The Army is driving the procurement and operation of networked lethality technologies to achieve overmatch. At Project Convergence 20, in Yuma Proving Ground, Az., from Aug. 11 – Sept. 18, 2020, the Army Network Cross Functional Team (N-CFT) deployed a mesh network to further evaluate the ability to augment human sensing and decision making, optimizing the pace of battle.The network underpins everything at Project Convergence 20 (PC20), a campaign of learning designed to advance and integrate the Army’s contribution to Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control. It does this by establishing the Army’s ability to use artificial intelligence and networked lethality technologies that augment human sensing and decision making in order to improve the warfighter’s lethality and pace of battle. In the

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Point of Care Molecular Diagnostics Market revenue to cross USD 2.8 Bn by 2026: Global Market Insights, Inc.

Major point of care (PoC) molecular diagnostics market players include Bio-Rad Laboratories, Abbott Laboratories, Sysmex, Danaher, Vircell.

Selbyville, Delaware, Sept. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

According to latest report “PoC Molecular Diagnostics Market by Technology (PCR, In Situ Hybridization, Sequencing, Isothermal Amplification), Application (Infectious Disease, {Flu, Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), Tuberculosis (TB), HIV, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Hepatitis C, Hepatitis B}, Oncology, Hematology), End-use (Hospitals, Clinics), Regional Outlook, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast 2026”, by Global Market Insights, Inc., the market valuation of point of care (PoC) molecular diagnostics will cross $2.8 billion by 2026. Strategic initiatives for developing innovative PoC molecular diagnostics assays and instruments will accelerate the market growth.

Point of care molecular diagnostics tests deliver several benefits from enhancing patient care to limiting healthcare expenditure. High-quality diagnostic tests are widely available in developed countries, while developing economies face a shortage of high-quality diagnostic tools. Therefore, there

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Future Huawei phones could sport rear cameras arranged in a cross

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  • Huawei could be considering a new design for its phones’ rear camera array.
  • The design, spotted in patent filings, is reminiscent of D-pads on game controllers.
  • The device also features an under-screen selfie camera and a headphone jack.

We’ve grown used to Huawei‘s recent camera array designs which usually take the form of strips, slabs, or circles. Now, it seems the company could be experimenting with a new shape.

Spotted by LetsGoDigital, the phone design displayed in a patent filing features a rear camera array arranged in a cross. It could easily be mistaken for a game controller’s D-pad, but no, these are definitely cameras and sadly won’t be the genesis of a new Huawei gaming phone.

The camera array features four cameras at each end with a flash in the middle. The bottom lens seems to be a zoom lens, as its reminiscent of periscope camera setups we’ve

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