iPhone 12 Colors: Eight Total, Including Striking New Blue Color

Apple’s iPhone 12 lineup is expected to come in eight different colors, overhauling the iPhone color options to prospective customers. The colors come to accompany the iPhone 12’s new squared-off industrial design, with a flat stainless steel band around the outer edge, at least on the Pro models, and glass on the rear.

Current iPhone 11 Colors

New rumors from a reliable Chinese Weibo account called “Kang” state that the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 mini and 6.1-inch iPhone 12 will come in Black, White, Red, Green, and Blue.

iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini Colors

  • Black
  • White
  • Red
  • Green
  • Blue (New)

Colors that would be removed from the iPhone lineup include Yellow and Purple. Multiple rumors have previously suggested that the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max will also come in a new Blue finish, which will replace the Midnight Green color that was introduced as an

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Astrophysicists figure out the total amount of matter in the universe

The stuff that makes up our universe is tricky to measure, to put it mildly. We know that most of the universe’s matter-energy density consists of dark energy, the mysterious unknown force that’s driving the universe’s expansion. And we know that the rest is matter, both normal and dark.

Accurately figuring out the proportions of these three is a challenge, but researchers now say they’ve performed one of the most precise measurements yet to determine the proportion of matter.

According to their calculations, normal matter and dark matter combined make up 31.5 percent of the matter-energy density of the universe. The remaining 68.5 percent is dark energy.

“To put that amount of matter in context, if all the matter in the universe were spread out evenly across space, it would correspond to an average mass density equal to only about six hydrogen atoms per cubic meter,” said astronomer Mohamed Abdullah 

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Verizon 5G Home expanding to 2 new cities, bringing total to 8

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Verizon is launching a new 5G Home internet gateway.


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Verizon is expanding 5G Home to Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota, on Oct. 1, the carrier announced Tuesday. The home internet service provides download speeds of up to 1Gbps when used with a new 5G internet gateway router also announced by Verizon. The launch comes at a time when more people are working and studying from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“With people spending more time at home during these challenging times, the expansion of 5G Home Internet to new markets with new and improved hardware will provide customers with the flexibility and reliability to enjoy more digital experiences and increased productivity from the comfort of their home,” said Frank Boulben, Verizon senior vice president of consumer marketing and products.

The

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Explorer designs and technology are driving Robotic Total Station Market (2020-2029) by Future Trend, Opportunity, Industry Analysis

eTurboNews Syndication:

Pune, Maharashtra, India, September 24 2020 (Wiredrelease) Prudour Pvt. Ltd –:The “Global Robotic Total Station market research report 2020” is a thorough examination of the Robotic Total Station industry and offers insights such as substantial approaches, Robotic Total Station scope, previous information, and statistic information of the worldwide Robotic Total Station market. It also encloses estimated Robotic Total Station market statistics that are assessed with the help of a convenient set of Robotic Total Station research methodologies and postulations.

Detailed research report on Robotic Total Station Market, with all its vital information, dredge up the matter-of-fact information and across-the-board study of the Robotic Total Station industry. Furthermore, the Robotic Total Station industry improvement trends and Robotic Total Station marketing channels are studied. professional survey of Robotic Total Station industry has also been done to inspect the impact of distinct factors on Robotic Total Station market and understand

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Minneapolis-based health insurance company raises another $500M, bringing total to $1.5B

Minneapolis-based Bright Health has raised $500 million in another round of venture capital fundraising that will help expand its geographic reach and add additional services, it said on Tuesday.

The consumer-focused health care and technology company picked up new investors in the latest round and has now raised more than $1.5 billion from venture capital firms since 2016.

The insurer had 60,000 customers at the end of September 2019. It said in January that it would grow to at least 200,000 members this year.

New York-based investment firms Tiger Global Management, Blackstone and Baltimore, Md-based T. Rowe Price are new participants in Bright Health’s latest fundraising. Prior investors NEA, Bessemer Venture Partners and Greenspring Associates also participated in the latest round.

“NEA has backed Bright Health from the very beginning, and we are privileged to continue helping the team transform how health care is delivered and paid for in this

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ASMPT total power solution to explore the future of new generation WBG power devices

ASMPT total power solution to explore the future of new generation WBG power devices

Power semiconductor plays a very important role for all electronics ranging from smartphone, home appliances, health care equipment, computer, networking, data center, automotive, power train etc. Si, GaAs, InP and other materials of the 1st and 2nd generation semiconductors are widely applied in the market. Today, these technologies become very mature in general switches, Si MOSFET, IGBT, Power Amp, RF devices. However, every technology will face its limitation.

Wide Band Gap (WBG) material like SiC, GaN provides extra performance:
– Higher current density
– Wider operating temperature range
– Faster switching performance
– Lower RdsON (on resistance)
– Less switching losses at high frequencies operation

These SiC, GaN will become more popular and outperform Si in the coming new era.

However the new materials of WBG device give different response & requirement during assembly manufacturing, thus

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Following TechCrunch reporting, Palantir rapidly removes language allowing founders to “unilaterally adjust their total voting power”

Well, that was fast.

This morning, I analyzed Palantir’s newly published 5th amendment of its S-1 filing with the SEC as it pursues a public direct listing on the NYSE. I called the company “not a democracy” after it added new provisions to create a special mechanism called “Stockholder Party Excluded Shares” that would, in the language of Palantir, allow the company’s trio of founders to “unilaterally adjust their total voting power” at will, now and into the future.

Well, Palantir has now filed a 6th amendment with the SEC just a few hours after it filed its previous amendment, and the company has removed all references to this special mechanism from its SEC filing.

The 19 mentions of “Stockholder Party Excluded Shares” and multiple sections where the mechanism were discussed and explained have now been entirely excised. In addition, the company’s line about its founders having the capability to

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The Latest: South Korea’s daily virus total drops slightly

The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency said Sunday that the newly counted 82 cases took the country’s total to 22,975 with 383 deaths.

It’s the first time for South Korea’s daily jump to fall to double digits since Aug. 13. The drop is likely partly driven by the fact that authorities conduct fewer tests on weekends than weekdays.

But even before Sunday, South Korea’s daily virus tally had been staying in the 100s for more than two weeks, after it once surpassed 400 in late August. Health officials said the downward trend was a result of stringent social distancing rules imposed on the densely populated Seoul metropolitan area. Those distancing rules were recently relaxed.

The government is urging the

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