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  • LG Subsidiary Launches Enterprise Blockchain Platform ‘Monachain’

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    The IT subsidiary of electronics giant LG has launched its enterprise blockchain platform that can be applied in a number of sectors including finance and manufacturing. Dubbed ‘Monachain’ by LG CNS, the in-house enterprise blockchain platform will reportedly focus its applicability in digital authentication, digital supply chain management, and digital currency, according to a Korea Times report. […]

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  • Digital signage at parking lots – Too many benefits to ignore

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    By Alex Mardikian Outdoor digital signage can make a huge difference at parking lots, particularly at the bigger lots where these tools can help in locating vehicles and maintaining order. Wayfinding is the number one use for digital signage at parking lots. The signage can direct users, especially at multi-storey vehicle parking lots. The bright […]

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  • UK will lead European exoplanet mission

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    A telescope to study the atmospheres of planets beyond our Solar System will be launched by the European Space Agency in the late 2020s. The mission, to be known as Ariel, was selected by the organisation’s Science Programme Committee on Tuesday. The venture will be led scientifically from the UK by University College London astrophysicist […]

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  • Google opens Maps to bring the real world into games

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    Pokémon Go and other games that use real-world maps are all the rage, but there’s a catch: they typically depend on semi-closed map frameworks that weren’t intended for gaming, forcing developers to jump through hoops to use that mapping info. Google doesn’t want that to be an issue going forward. The search firm is both […]

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  • France best partner for India

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    Macron, who arrived here on Friday on a four-day visit to India during the course of which he will co-chair the founding conference of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said he has three purposes for this visit. French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday said that France should be the best […]

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  • Blood samples can soon reveal your lifestyle

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    People who use moist snuff ‘snus’ have significantly higher levels of the protein cornulin in their blood than non-snusers. This previously unknown relationship was found in a new study from Umeå University, Sweden. Whether higher levels per se increase the risk of disease has, however, not yet been clarified. “It’s important to know about this […]

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  • NASA to use nuclear bombs to destroy Asteroid Bennu

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    However, NASA, the National Nuclear Security Administration, and two Energy Department weapons labs have decided to design and develop a spacecraft that can deliver nukes to it if it gets too close. New Delhi: Asteroid Bennu may hit Earth on September 21, 2135 but before that happens NASA has a plan to destroy it using […]

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  • Check out MODA’s New Playful Urbans Spaces

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    Soon after entering the glassy building across from the High Museum on Peachtree Street, visitors pass from the entryway and ticketing desk into an almost otherworldly passageway, compared to the gray concrete streets outside. Bright pink and orange pool noodles of various lengths stick out from the walls like tentacles, and as one continues walking, […]

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  • Get in Touch With Yourself. Solo Travel 2018.

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    You know how anytime you close the guidebook and step off the tourist path — like, say, when you bike through a town instead of just Uber-ing your way around — you see a place in a whole new way? A trip with Journey, a nascent next-gen company that organizes weekish-long volunteer vacays, is like that, […]

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  • Apple Employees Are Walking Into $5B Glass Spaceship Building Walls

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    CUPERTINO, Calif. — Apple’s stunning “spaceship” campus — official name: Apple Park — is giving some staff a headache and worse.  Apple’s giant, doughnut-shape headquarters building is wrapped in glass and there’s plenty more glass inside too, walling-off offices and meeting rooms — and workers literally have been walking into walls, CBS San Francisco reports. The walls and doors […]

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