LOS ANGELES, Oct. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NetworkWire — InvestorBrandNetwork (“IBN”), a multifaceted communications organization engaged in connecting public companies to the investment community, is pleased to announce the release of the latest episode of The Stock2Me Podcast as part of its sustained effort to provide specialized content distribution via widespread syndication channels.
The Stock2Me Podcast features a fascinating array of companies and individuals, many of whom are actively revolutionizing age-old business practices within their respective markets. Stock2Me’s latest podcast features Chris Lahiji, president of LD Micro, and Christopher Miglino, CEO and founder of SRAX Inc. (NASDAQ: SRAX).
The two executives joined the show to discuss the recent acquisition of LD Micro, a leading data and event company serving the small and micro-cap space, by SRAX, a financial technology company that unlocks data and insights for publicly traded companies through its SaaS platform, Sequire. SRAX announced the
In this second part of a two-episode series on the Nobel Prizes, we go into the Chemistry and Physics 2020 awarded to Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna, for discovering one of gene technology’s sharpest tools: the CRISPR/Cas9 genetic scissors.
Also read our explainer on the Chemistry Nobel 2020:
And for physics, British mathematician-physicist Roger Penrose received half of this year’s prize “for the discovery that black hole formation is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity”, as the the Nobel Committee put it. German Reinhard Genzel and American Andrea Ghez received the second half of the prize “for the discovery of a supermassive compact object at the center of our galaxy.” We explain the science behind both awards.
Also read our explainer on the Physics Nobel 2020:
Guest: T.V. Venkateshwaran, Science Communicator, Senior Scientist at Vigyan Prasar, New Delhi.
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For many years, homebuilders shunned home technology as a standard in their new homes. Instead, they left technology as an option for buyers as the norm. No more. Homebuilders today truly are making “smart homes” as a standard, knowing that the technology is in high demand and it will possibly help the home sell faster. Perhaps most importantly, the technology today will not create a callback nightmare for them or slow down their build cycle.
“It’s inevitable that smart technology becomes so fundamental to homes that it’s built into the homes,” says
We’re all waiting to see the “iPhone 12” at Apple’s “Hi, Speed” event. There’s a possibility for more, though, including a new “HomePod mini,” but maybe also an “iPhone for Life” upgrade plan. Plus we discuss the new features in iOS 14 photos, and remember Steve Jobs, on the AppleInsider podcast.
Apple’s next event titled “Hi, Speed” will be streamed on Tuesday, October 13 at 10 A.M. Pacific on Apple’s US website and YouTube. The rumored “iPhone 12” will likely be announced, alongside possible “AirTags” — though recent rumors suggest not — plus perhaps”AirPods Studio” and a refreshed Apple TV.
Then a recent trademark application made by Apple for the phrase “iPhone for Life” could mean a new type of iPhone upgrade plan for users. We discuss the various ways you can already purchase an iPhone, and the current state of Apple’s promoting upgrades via interest-free Apple Card purchases.
“What I love about Working Better, and what I think listeners will love, is that we’re not just talking about problems worth solving, but putting forth ideas and, in some cases, actually building solutions for some of the challenges,” said Scott Hermes, host of Working Better and Director of Solution Delivery at Kin + Carta. “We’re looking at problems through a human lens first, bringing a variety of voices together to start some of these conversations that we believe should happen.”
Working Better features perspectives from business leaders, educators, journalists, authors, farmers, scientists, software engineers, designers, researchers and more. In the first episode, launching September 29, host Scott Hermes tackles the question “Why haven’t contact tracing apps caught on?” together with guests Jenny Wanger, Head of Implementor’s Forum at Linux Foundation Public Health (LFPH), Ellie Daw, Working Group Lead at TCN Coalition, and Paul Heckel,
Phoenix, Arizona–(Newsfile Corp. – September 24, 2020) – The Stock Day Podcast welcomed US Nuclear Corp. (OTC Pink: UCLE) (“the Company”), a radiation and chemical detection holding company specializing in the development, manufacturing, and sales of radiation and chemical detection instrumentation. CEO of the Company, Bob Goldstein, joined Stock Day host Everett Jolly.
Jolly began the interview by asking about the Company’s partner, Grapheton, and its development of neural stimulation technology. “Grapheton is the only company in the world that makes biocompatible electrodes, and also biocompatible smart chips that can be implanted under the skin or in the scalp,” explained Goldstein. “Grapheton is also the only company that is constantly measuring the changing chemistry in the brain,” he continued. “With the brain-computer interface, the idea is that it will be doing two-way discussions with the brain to assist and augment with its many functions.”
In order to continue improving its Podcast offerings experience, Apple earlier this year purchased podcast app Scout FM, reports Bloomberg.
The website for Scout FM is now defunct, but it was available on iPhones, Android devices, and Amazon smart speakers. Scout FM generated podcast stations covering various topics, similar to a radio station but for a podcast experience.
A person could select a specific topic and then find podcasts related to that topic, with the service also offering up recommendations based on listening history and personal preference. TechCrunch explained how it worked in 2018:
Scout.fm wants to change the way people listen to podcasts. Instead of scouring through the over 500,000 shows in your current podcast app, this startup’s new curated podcast service will just ask you a few questions to find out what you like, then create a podcast station customized to you. The experience is primarily designed