Samsung produces a new interactive Hologram display, WIMI MR Head Mounted Display accelerates the deployment of 5G communication services

Hong Kong – Tailor Insight, the fintech market research organization, recently released a research report “Samsung produces a new interactive Hologram display, WIMI MR Head Mounted Display accelerates the deployment of 5G communication services”. Samsung has made a breakthrough in Hologram Display. Samsung’s scientists have invented an interactive, thin-panel Hologram display that can increase the viewing angle of 3D video by 30 times. Scientists have proposed an ultra-thin interactive Hologram display screen that can provide high-resolution, highly realistic 3D videos from multiple angles. It can be integrated into mobile devices in the future to support office or home applications.

The reason why this display screen is treated as revolutionary is that the existing Hologram display screen can only produce high-definition 3D images when it was viewed from the front. However, Samsung’s latest Hologram display screen can see high-definition 3D images from 30 viewing angles, which is a huge achievement.

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PCS Software Accelerates Product Innovation with New Chief Technology Officer

HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–PCS Software (PCS), a leading transportation management platform provider for the inland trucking industry, has named Paul Beavers as its new Chief Technology Officer (CTO). As CTO, Paul will lead the company’s innovation initiatives, including expanding the capabilities of its core solutions and continuing PCS Software’s evolution towards a comprehensive platform offering.

“Paul’s breadth of experience in software development and proven track record for taking products to the next level will be essential as PCS continues to evolve its offerings and address the digital needs of end-to-end trucking companies,” said Chris Poelma, Chief Executive Officer and Board Director at PCS Software. “Paul is a problem solver and can deliver product strategies that drive real business results. He will be a terrific addition to our leadership team.”

“PCS has tremendous market opportunity and its solutions offer a great foundation to fuel growth,” said Paul. “At its core, the

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Samsung produces a new interactive Hologram display, WIMI MR Head Mounted Display accelerates the deployment of 5G communication services – Press Release

HONG KONG, Dec. 03, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Tailor Insight, the fintech market research organization, recently released a research report “Samsung produces a new interactive Hologram display, WIMI MR Head Mounted Display accelerates the deployment of 5G communication services”. Samsung has made a breakthrough in Hologram Display. Samsung’s scientists have invented an interactive, thin-panel Hologram display that can increase the viewing angle of 3D video by 30 times. Scientists have proposed an ultra-thin interactive Hologram display screen that can provide high-resolution, highly realistic 3D videos from multiple angles. It can be integrated into mobile devices in the future to support office or home applications.

The reason why this display screen is treated as revolutionary is that the existing Hologram display screen can only produce high-definition 3D images when it was viewed from the front. However, Samsung’s latest Hologram display screen can see high-definition 3D images from 30 viewing angles, which

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New simple method accelerates elimination of alcohol from the body — ScienceDaily

A staggering 3 million deaths occur every year as result from harmful use of alcohol, according to the World Health Organization.

Present in alcoholic drinks, ethanol, normally referred to as ‘alcohol’, affects every part of the human body. Brain function, circulation and even nail growth are impacted. When a certain level of blood alcohol concentration is reached, the intoxication can damage organs and lead to death.

In a study published today in Scientific Reports, a Nature Research Journal, a team of researchers led by Dr. Joseph Fisher presents a proof of concept of a simple method that could become a game-changer in rescue therapy for severe alcohol intoxication, as well as just “sobering up.”

Normally, 90% of the alcohol in the human body is cleared exclusively by the liver at constant rate that can’t be increased. Currently there is no other method, short of dialysis, whereby alcohol can be

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Despite softer tech spending, cloud revenue accelerates in the COVID era

As we watch a historic election unfold before our eyes, we look back at the early days of this millennium and the memorable presidential race of 2000. That decade was defined by 9/11, which permanently reshaped our thinking. We exited the 2000s at the tail end of a massive financial crisis only to enter the 2010s with hope, and the momentum of fiscal stimulus, a flat globe, job growth and — very importantly — the ascendance of the cloud.

Cloud computing unquestionably powered the innovation engine over the last 10 years and the pandemic marks a new era in which the adoption of cloud, data and artificial intelligence have been accelerated by two to three years. These trends will shape the future of the technology industry and all businesses.

In this Breaking Analysis, we’ll update you on our latest cloud market share data and dig into some fresh October survey

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Intel Accelerates Content Creation And Gaming With Iris Xe MAX Mobile GPU And Deep Link Tech

Though a few strategic mentions of Intel’s forthcoming discrete mobile graphics solution, dubbed Iris Xe MAX, have surfaced earlier this month, today Intel is officially unveiling the product along with OEM partner laptop offerings from Acer, ASUS and Dell. You can think of Iris Xe MAX as the same base integrated GPU that resides on-board Intel’s Tiger Lake processor platform, but with a boosted 1.65GHz clock speed (up from 1.35GHz), and dedicated 4GB of LPDDR4x graphics memory with 68 GB/s of memory bandwidth. The discrete Intel graphics chip (code named DG1) is built on the same Intel SuperFin 10nm fab process but, in addition to its higher clock speed and VRAM, Intel has enabled its 11th Gen Tiger Lake platform to work in concert with the discrete chip, tapping both GPU engines for combined performance benefits in content creation

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Improbable’s Synthetic Environment Technology Accelerates UK Pandemic Modelling Project by a Factor of 10,000

UK technology company contributes synthetic environment expertise to Royal Society’s RAMP pandemic modelling project, massively increasing the speed of combined models representing pandemic spread

Improbable simulation engineers contributing to the Rapid Assistance in Modelling the Pandemic (RAMP) initiative have successfully increased the speed of a pandemic transmission model by a factor of 10,000.

A month-long simulation of movement and viral spread involving nearly a million people can now be run in less than half a second. This allows experts to generate a huge amount of simulation data, to give insights into the possible outcomes of different policies and activities. Faster and more interactive modelling provides better insights and drives better science and better decision-making in response to complex, critical questions.

The RAMP initiative, convened by the Royal Society, brings together modelling expertise from a range of disciplines across academia and the private sector to inform the Government’s advisory bodies, including

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New technology accelerates crop improvement with CRISPR

New Technology Accelerates Crop Improvement with CRISPR
Plants often don’t grow from cells after researchers alter their genomes. Using a new technology, a team coaxed wheat (above) and other crops to more readily produce genome-edited healthy adult plants. Credit: Juan Debernardi

Researchers know how to make precise genetic changes within the genomes of crops, but the transformed cells often refuse to grow into plants. One team has devised a new solution.


Scientists who want to improve crops face a dilemma: it can be difficult to grow plants from cells after you’ve tweaked their genomes.

A new tool helps ease this process by coaxing the transformed cells, including those modified with the gene-editing system CRISPR-Cas9, to regenerate new plants. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Specialist Juan M. Debernardi and Investigator Jorge Dubcovsky, together with David Tricoli at the University of California, Davis Plant Transformation Facility, Javier Palatnik from Argentina, and colleagues at the John Innes Center, collaborated on

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Chromebook shipment growth accelerates during coronavirus pandemic

Sundar Pichai, senior vice president for Chrome at Google Inc., holds up a new Chromebook Pixel as he speaks during a launch event in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013. Google Inc., owner of the world’s most popular search engine, debuted a touchscreen version of the Chromebook laptop, stepping up its challenge to Microsoft Corp. and Apple Inc. in hardware.

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The coronavirus pandemic, which has forced kids across the country to attend school remotely, is helping Chromebooks push into the mainstream.

Chromebook laptops run Google’s Chrome OS operating system. They can be cheaper than Windows computers and are much more affordable than Apple MacBooks. On Chromebooks it’s easy to use Google Classroom, the web-based program that teachers and students count on to organize their work while schools are closed.

Technology research firm IDC estimated that in the third quarter

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As Digital Commerce Adoption Accelerates, Cybersecurity Concerns Remain a Constant for Consumers

79% of consumers say cybersecurity is equally or more concerning than it was for them a year ago

Consumers identified their pet’s name as the most popular choice for a security password; 22% of consumers rely on furry friends to secure their accounts

According to the 2020 Fraud and Security Survey released today by Fiserv, 79% of consumers say that cybersecurity is equally or more concerning that it was for them a year ago.

Cybersecurity concerns remain as consumers increasingly adopt digital payment methods that facilitate touchless interactions, yet often require consumers to input personally identifiable information (PII) within a digital profile, loyalty account, or for shipping information. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, 33% of consumers surveyed have increased their use of digital, touchless payments, and 69% plan to use more touchless payments in the future. However, only 23% of consumers believe that their PII is very or

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