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A consciously conceived and designed business intelligence report titled Global Flywheel Energy Storage market 2020 by Manufacturers, Type, and Application, Forecast to 2029 by discloses a succinct analysis of the regional spectrum, market size, and revenue forecast about the market. This report sheds light on the vital developments along with other events happening in the global Flywheel Energy Storage market which is marking on the enlargement and opening doors for outlook growth in the coming years.

This is the latest report, covering the current COVID-19/Corona Virus pandemic impact on the market which has affected every aspect of life globally. This has brought along several changes in market conditions and the Business areas. The rapidly changing market scenario and initial and future assessment of the impact are covered in the

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Amazon Web Services is back up after a massive outage that hit sites including Roku, Adobe, and Target-owned Shipt

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  • Amazon Web Services has recovered after a massive outage on Wednesday.
  • The outage only affected one of AWS’s 24 regions, its US-East-1 Region, but it took down many popular web-based services.
  • Roku, Adobe, and Target-owned Shipt were among the sites impacted by the outage.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is back up after being down for most of Wednesday.

“We have restored all traffic to Kinesis Data Streams via all endpoints and it is now operating normally,” the company said early Thursday morning.

Scores of websites rely on the internet infrastructure to function. The outage only affected one of AWS’s 24 regions, its US-East-1 Region, but it took down many popular web-based services that utilize its servers, like Roku, Flickr, and Adobe Spark, which were among those that have reported issues. The Verge first reported the outage.

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Investors including Microsoft’s climate fund back hyperlocal environmental monitoring tech developer Aclima

Mitigating the effects of climate change and pollution is a global problem, but it’s one that requires local solutions.


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While that seems like common sense, most communities around the world don’t have tools that can monitor emissions and pollutants at the granular levels they need to develop plans that can address these pollutants.

Aclima, a decade-old startup founded by Davida Herzl, is looking to solve that problem and has raised $40 million in new funding from strategic and institutional venture capital investors to accelerate its growth.

“We’ve built a platform that enables hyperlocal measurement. We measure all the greenhouse gases as well as regulated air pollutants. We deploy sensor networks that combine mobile sensing where we use fleets of vehicles as a roving network. And we bring that all together and bring that into a back end,” Herzl said. 

The networks of air quality monitoring technology that exists

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Six new members join Emerging Stronger Taskforce, including from labour, sustainability and medical sectors, Singapore News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – Six new members have been appointed to the task force charting the direction of Singapore’s economic recovery post-Covid-19, to bring in new perspectives as the team explores new areas of growth opportunities.

The newcomers to the Emerging Stronger Taskforce (EST), which will now have 23 members in total, include Ms Jessie Yeo, executive secretary of the Singapore Port Workers Union and human resource director of the National Trades Union Congress.

“The work of the EST is important as it will have a direct impact on our workers and the skills that they will need, to thrive in the future economy. I look forward to building on the work of the EST and the Alliances for Action (AfAs) to strengthen this perspective on jobs and skills,” she said at a press conference on Thursday (Nov 19).

The AfAs are industry-led coalitions tasked to devise ideas and generate new jobs

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61 of the Best Early Black Friday Tech Deals, Including Smartwatches, Headphones and TVs

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Black Friday 2020 sales – best Black Friday deals on TVs, mobile phones, smart home tech, gaming consoles, laptops, smartwatches, projectors, tablets, more tech.

Black Friday very well may have started life as a single, deals-heavy shopping day, but it’s not just about the main event and Cyber Monday now. With some offers starting more than a month ahead of time back in 2019, it’s about time we started rounding up the top offers on technology, video games, entertainment and more.

After Amazon Prime Day but before Father Christmas sneaks down innumerable chimneys in late December, big companies and crafty parents attempt to pip him to the post by taking part in this enormous annual Q4 sale-off, with more purchases expected online this year due to various lockdown measures in place across the UK.

If you haven’t heard of Black Friday, well, you’ve probably

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Capcom hack: Data stolen for up to 350,000 people, including players

  • Gaming giant Capcom said Monday it was hit with a hack that may have compromised the personal data of up to 350,000 individuals, including players.
  • The hack was a ransomware attack that scrambled Capcom’s servers on November 2.
  • The data compromised included names, email addresses, and phone numbers, but not credit card information.
  • “Capcom offers its sincerest apologies for any complications and concerns that this may bring to its potentially impacted customers as well as to its many stakeholders,” the company said in a statement.
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Japanese gaming giant Capcom has confirmed it’s been hit with a major cyberattack in which hackers stole the data of up to 350,000 people.

The company, known for hit franchises including “Street Fighter,” “Resident Evil,” and “Monster Hunter,” said in a statement Monday that it first detected a problem on the morning of November 2.

“Capcom confirmed that

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A record number of women will serve in the 117th Congress, including at least 51 women of color

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Women will gain at least 14 seats in the 117th Congress, setting a new record for female representation.

In 2018, the nation elected 127 women – and 48 women of color – to the House and Senate. Next Jan. 3, at least 141 women, including 51 women of color will be sworn in. Eight races involving women had yet to be called as of Nov. 16, meaning this number could still grow.

Women will be at least 27% of the House and 24% of the Senate. The Senate numbers do not include Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, or Kelly Loeffler, a Georgia Republican involved in a runoff that will take place after Congress is sworn in. Women make up 50.52% of the U.S. population.

A strong showing by Republican women helped drive this trend,

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ePlus Honored with Multiple Awards Including Americas Technology Excellence Partner of the Year for Data Center at Cisco Partner Summit Digital 2020

ePlus inc. (NASDAQ NGS: PLUS – news) today announced that it is the recipient of a Cisco® Partner Summit Digital Geographical Region award for Americas Technology Excellence Partner of the Year: Data Center. ePlus also received area awards in the East region for Software Partner of the Year and Commercial Partner of the Year. Cisco announced the winners during its annual partner conference, this year held digitally.

Awarded to channel partners who rise to business challenges, the Cisco Partner Summit Digital Global awards are designed to recognize superior business practices and reward best-in-class methodologies. Areas of consideration include innovative processes, architecture-led successes, strategic business outcome-focused programs, seizing new opportunities, and sales approaches.

“Cisco is proud to work together with leading partners to drive digital transformation, creating powerful solutions and fresh approaches to meet the needs of our customers,” said John Moses, vice president, Americas Partner Organization at

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Amazon expands its in-garage delivery to 4,000 cities, including Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York

Amazon is making its in-garage delivery an option for more people. The company announced today that it’s expanding its Key by Amazon In-Garage Delivery service to more than 4,000 cities in the US to reach millions of Prime members. The service is coming to New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, Houston, Boston, Atlanta, Phoenix and Washington, DC, as well as thousands of surrounding areas. You can check to see if your zip code is eligible here.

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Along with this announcement, Amazon says it’s also making in-garage grocery delivery available for deliveries coming from Amazon Fresh or Whole Foods. For now, this is only available in certain areas of Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle.


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To use these services, you’ll need to have a myQ-compatible garage door opener from Chamberlain or LiftMaster and a smart home camera from Ring or LiftMaster to view your

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Despite rising COVID-19 cases, universities including Texas Tech and Texas A&M are planning in-person fall graduations

Texas Tech University senior Klay Davis is thrilled he’ll have the chance to graduate college in-person this December. But faculty across the state are concerned large in-person commencements at multiple schools could become super spreader events for COVID-19.

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Texas Tech University senior Klay Davis worried for months that his 81-year-old grandmother wouldn’t get the chance to watch him walk across the graduation stage this December to receive his bachelor’s degree in animal science.

Graduations across the state were mostly shifted online or postponed this spring and summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but Davis said a virtual event wasn’t going to cut it for his family.

“My grandma told my brother and I that her goal before

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