Monthly Archives: February 2016

In 2000, north central North Carolina possessed a strong, diverse economy. It was a national and international center for textiles and apparel, furniture and tobacco – manufactured products which had seen the area through the economic ups and downs of almost a century dominated by manufacturing and related service sectors

Fast forward 15 years of trade adjustments and technological disruptions and witness a new economy dominated by clinical health, advanced manufacturing, biotechnology and other emerging technologies. While the particulars of these legacy industries will look different in other states and

2 slain in encounter buried: Army

BY GILBERT BAYORAN The two suspected New People’s Army rebels, who were killed in a recent encounter with government troopers in Brgy. Damutan, Hinobaan, Negros Occidental, were buried Saturday, after examinations by police Scene Of the Crime Operatives. Senior Inspector

A team of UCLA researchers found that there are several parts of California where, in a high percentage of people with thyroid cancer, the disease is already at an advanced stage by the time it is diagnosed

The research was led by Dr. Avital Harari, a member of the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center and assistant professor of surgery. Approximately 63,000 people were diagnosed with thyroid cancer nationwide last year, and according to the National Cancer Institute

I first came across Copied a few days after its release in late October. Developed by Kevin Chang, Copied is a clipboard manager for iOS and OS X with iCloud sync and a polished interface – a fairly standard set of features, I first thought when looking at the app’s product page

Over the subsequent couple of weeks, Copied played an essential role in helping me assemble my coverage of the iPad Pro, and it has since gained a permanent spot on my Home screen on both the iPhone and iPad. Copied

Poor tagging can result in loss of data and/ or incoherent data

All web analytics implementations should be shaped by a tagging plan THE implementation phase is a critical step in a web analytics project. We regularly see web analytics implementations that were disregarded until the very end of a website project,

25 YEARS AGO

NOV. 16, 1990 – The Columbus Magnet School in South Norwalk, started in 1980 by Principal Arthur J. Perschino, who recruited his own staff, is designated by the U. S. Department of Education as one of the outstanding schools in

The latest State Dept. release shows the former secretary of state turning to unsecure forms of communication, and some Ebola jokes

A lot is riding on the Dutch to deliver, considering the countries that will be in control of the Council after it. Prime minister says his country will refuse entry to Muslim migrants to prevent repeat of Cologne attacks. What

WATSEKA, Ill

WATSEKA — Flooding has been happening in Watseka for some time, and it’s not getting any easier. But this time, responders are hoping to get a hand. The aftermath of flooding there has emergency planners trying to get help from

The U. S. EMV chip card migration is well underway in an attempt to drastically reduce card fraud losses — as seen in the countries around the world that have already implemented EMV

Because the chip cards add security to payments using the embedded microchip that uses dynamic data for each transaction, the cards are extremely difficult to counterfeit. As shown in the other markets that have already implemented EMV, the data show

Everything You Need To Know, Right Now

The IBT Pulse Newsletter keeps you connected to the biggest stories unfolding in the global economy. Doctor in your pocket: Indian startup Lybrate allows people to seek professional medical advise using its smartphone app, a boon to many urban dwellers

As the business environment of the telecommunications industry is facing a turning point by the further expansion of demand for smart devices and their related products, T-Gaia’s President and CEO Toshifumi Shibuya discusses its established aim at helping customers achieve rich “Smartphone Lives” such as smart device-related products and services

What would you say has been the impact of Abenomics on the telecom sector, and T-Gaia specifically? I agree with Abe-san that his first two steps, or arrows, as he likes to call them, have been pretty successful in turning

Chances are, if you’re reading this article, you’re one of the many IT leaders looking at how hyper-convergence can help you better manage your enterprise data center infrastructure. Hyper-convergence is catching on in organizations of all sizes and across industries because it allows IT teams to simplify the deployment and management of virtualized resources

It used to take weeks or even months to deploy advanced-scale compute, storage, and networking resources. Each element had its own management plane and required specific (and expensive) expertise to deploy and manage. Convergence brought disparate platforms closer together, providing

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SALT LAKE CITY – The folks at FOX 13 work hard to bring you the news each day, and, with the year drawing to a close, we asked users of our website to tell us which stories from 2015 impacted

Apple’s newest and biggest iPad isn’t for everyone but that’s probably the worst thing you can say about it

Here’s the short version of the review: once you start using a large-screen tablet, it’s hard to go back. At 12.9-inches, the screen offers about 78 percent more display area than the 9.7-inch iPad Air, according to Apple. From 2010,

Mapleview Lounge – Ziegfeld Follies [2015]

On a blustery September in 2010 I found myself wandering rather aimlessly at rummage sale somewhere in Arkansas. It was located in an aircraft hangar that had long been vacated of all airplanes and replaced with vast storage space for

The developers of the Linux Mint project have published earlier, December 12, their report for the month of November 2015, to inform all users of the popular GNU/Linux distribution about the work done in the last month, as well as about upcoming events

As usual, the leader of the Linux Mint project, Clement Lefebvre, has been the one to publish the report, informing us all that they are still having the hardware and server issues that affected the software repositories of the Linux

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