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  • Survey Reveals Robust Interest in iPhone 12 Features From Android Users The iPhone 12's features may reportedly move the needle for Android users. One anticipated feature is the 5G.

  • How Medical Prototyping Is Revolutionizing The Way Medicine Is Practiced Rapid prototyping technology has revolutionised the medical world. Opening up the process of automated prototyping to a wider industry spectrum has enabled the medical industry to make huge and rapid advancements. Rapid prototypes were initially limited to providing medical designers and doctors with the ability to create physical representations of their design.

  • ISS to Get Million-Dollar Space Toilet Upgrade After Decades A new space potty is heading to outer space. In order to accommodate the growing crew of the ISS, and also designed to be more suited for women, a $23-million toilet is set to be launched to the ISS.

  • Pakistan Thinks the JF-17 Will Be a Threat to the Rafale Fighter One of the reasons the PAF thinks it can win against a Rafale is a mistaken faith in Chinese avionics. But, the PLA AF offered the underperforming J-20 engine instead opted for a Russian power plant.

  • ISS Crew Abruptly Woken Due to Potentially Catastrophic Gas Leak Crew members aboard the International Space Station (ISS) were woken up by a potentially catastrophic air leak in their quarters. The team has continued to search for the source of the leak for weeks and are beginning to pinpoint its exact location.

  • Google Maps' COVID Layer Will Help You Avoid COVID-19 Hotspots Google Maps has introduced a “COVID layer” in Maps. It is a tool that displays crucial information about COVID-19 cases in an area.

  • China Rips Off U.S. Sea Hunter Drone Chinese are known for imitating designs from everywhere, the U.S. has one of its recent equipment copied. It seems that the Chinese are actively stealing the designs and copying what the U.S. Navy does.

  • F-35 and F-22 Fighters Might Share Data When in Stealth Attack Mode The Achilles heel of 5th generation stealth jets is the inability to share data in stealth mode. More research is underway to make it possible according to sources.

  • iPhone 12 Mini: Apple May Launch the Smallest Screen Device, Leaks Say As if the launch of four new iPhones is not enough. Apple is preparing to launch a small-screen iPhone 12 that would be smaller than the smallest iPhone.

  • Fact Check: Do Senators Receive a Signed Petition When You Text ‘RBG’ to ‘50409’? A message has been circulating in different social media platforms, said that anyone who wished to delay the Senate nomination for the new Supreme Court until after the election must text RBG to 50409,. According to the message, texting it will send a signed letter to the senator to not push through with the nomination just yet.

  • LocationSmart: A Leader in Location Data Services LocationSmart, based in Carlsbad, California, is a worldwide leader in location services. The company provides a privacy-protected platform that delivers critical location data, consent management, compliance services, and device profiling. It provides the easiest to use and most comprehensive multi-source location platform for local, hyper-local and context-aware application development. Their enterprise mobility platform offers core location technologies that span indoor and outdoor use for any connected device, platform, or network. LocationSmart serves businesses ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, delivering the widest reach and largest global footprint among geolocation services.

  • Types of Robo-Advisors Which One is Best? With more and more financial technology (fintech) companies appearing all the time, in addition to traditional brokerages expanding their offerings, consumers have more choices than ever.

  • Debit Card Companies Are Adopting These 5 Credit Card Perks The debit card has come a long way since the first one appeared on the scene more than 50 years ago. Back then, they were basically used as a way to get cash out of your own bank's ATM. Outside of your local area, few merchants could process purchases made with them.

  • The Fed to fund Tucson’s free Wi-Fi network with $9 million The federal government is helping Tucson, Arizona get back on its feet as the corovonarivus pandemic continues to weigh heavy on the United States. City council voted to extend its existing Wi-Fi network in order to cover 53,000 more households encompassing some 116,000 citizens in total.

  • US Army Developing 1,000-Mile Range Cannon with High Fire Rate The U.S. army is developing next generation artillery that can fire at extended ranges. With other types of cannon launched, this armament is a response to new threats.

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