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25-Feb-2019 | ICT and Media

Fed Says Due To Surged Financial Volatility, US Labor Market Tightens

Recently, in its new report on the economy, the Fed (Federal Reserve) said that labor market is tightened in the U.S. as businesses are struggling to find workers at any expertise level and wages usually grew moderately. The Fed’s “Beige Book” report—which is a picture of the economy picked up from conversations with business contacts—reported that stiff labor m ...

25-Feb-2019 | Electrical & Electronic

Global Battery Material Market Finds A Ray Of Hope In The Structural Battery

Batteries are generally made using lithium or others ions which are not only harmful to the environment but also difficult to find or manufacture. However, a team from the University of Michigan has successfully developed a new material for batteries stating that the knees and smartphones have similar needs. The structural battery prototype possessing cartilage-inspired materials can actuall ...

13-Feb-2019 | Electrical & Electronic

Absolute Regulation Would Motivate The Growth Of UAV Market

The drone industry will grow rapidly with increased use of drones in areas such as agriculture, mining, construction, resource exploration, and supervision. By 2018, drone companies have begun to expand their scope and determine the feasibility of a drone program by reorganizing their workflows and managing the data. This year, companies are expected to focus on their strategies and benefit ...

13-Feb-2019 | Machinery & Equipments

Acquirement of Structured Polymers By Evonik To Bring New Opportunities In 3D Printing Materials Market

Evonik has procured a tech startup based in the United States for 3D printing materials: Structured Polymers Inc. A conforming agreement and plot of the merger were accomplished and the deal has been sealed recently. The procurement will offer access to Evonik to the new patented technology that will enable the firm to extend its range of specialty polymer powders within the additive manufac ...

05-Feb-2019 | Medical & Health

A New Sensor Platform Opens Up Diverse Doors For Smart Medical Devices Market

Recently, a group of researchers from the University of Bath and Northwestern University has produced the latest type of sensor platform with an array of gold nanoparticles. The sensors are believed to have a vital role to play in the field of smart medical devices market in order to help make sensitivity related tasks simpler as well as quicker for the medical staff.

05-Feb-2019 | Electrical & Electronic

Apple’s 2019 iPhone XI With Triple Cameras To Power Global Smartphone Market

The 2019 iPhone series by Apple will be closely examined, considering that they will roll out at a time when sales of the firm’s prized handsets have taken a smash. Apple’s iPhone XR and iPhone XS series have not live up to the excitement, and the firm has cut manufacturing for the devices, as per a number of reports.
Obviously the 2019 handsets will have a lot burden on ...

15-Jan-2019 | Manufacturing & Construction

Aluminum Market Is To Be Watched In Terms Of Lucrative Outcomes

One of the most neglected economic dynamics in the last five years is the recession in the Chinese processing sector that lasted from December 2014 to June 2016. Today, China is on the verge of a new production recession following Caixin's PMI contractions in December 2018.

14-Jan-2019 | Medical & Health

AI, A Sole Factor Expected To Take The Digital Payment Market To Next Level

The digital payments sector continues to develop rapidly, with technology being one of the key drivers of this sector. More than ten years ago, few people knew the term AI. It was still in its infancy because the experts predicted what impact it would have on our daily lives and how that would radically change all sectors, taking on human tasks.

03-Dec-2018 | Others

UK Parliament Took A Rare Procedure To Seize Documents Of Facebook

The Parliament of the United Kingdom has used a very rare procedure to force an app developer to conceal numerous internal documents of the Facebook that is related to the decision making the procedure of the company following the scandal of Cambridge Analytica, as per the Guardian.

03-Dec-2018 | Others

Asda, Sainsbury, Morrisons Cut Fuel Prices

The sharp fall in international fuel prices has prompted convenience stores like ASDA, Morrisons and Sainsbury to cut down on prices of petrol and diesel. The cuts were spearheaded by ASDA which cut its petrol rates by 1p per liter and of diesel by 2p per liter.