Leading Textile Tech Innovators Unite to Create World’s First Garment fully powered by HeiQ Viroblock

Christel Deskins

JUST5 is a multi-functional and fashionable jacket with every component powered by HeiQ Viroblock to protect them from spoilage by contaminating microorganisms in just five minutes. The treatment does not protect the wearer or others against food-borne (or disease-causing) bacteria. But the jacket sets up a highly effective barrier to shield the wearer from spoiling contaminants in the surrounding.

Designed and Developed for the Unstoppables
JUST5 is an initiative by 5 leading material manufacturers and features many life-enhancing gadgets. All the components of JUST5 jacket have been developed by leading companies in textile innovation. All components are individually available for any  apparel or home textile brands to create their own innovations.

5 innovative components

  1. 2A-NYGUARD NYSHIELD zippers – Zippers are touched often throughout the day. These self-sanitizing zippers will restore its usability in just five minutes after every touch. 2A is a pioneer in zipper production in Europe since the
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The 5 Best Examples of App Landing Pages

Christel Deskins

Strategically designed app landing pages function as a hub for app brands’ digital marketing efforts, collecting, educating and nurturing leads. WebDesignCompanies.com, shared examples of the best app landing pages that help businesses increase their brand awareness and app downloads, as well as ranked the top web and app design companies that develop highly effective app landing pages.

NEW YORK, Sept. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Strategically designed app landing pages play a key role in app brands’ digital marketing efforts, collecting, educating and nurturing leads.

WebDesignCompanies.com, a B2B marketplace connecting brands with web design experts, shared examples of well-designed landing pages to inspire brands looking to break into the app market.

The top five examples of app landing pages are:

1. Siftnewstherapy

Siftnewstherapy is an application that filters out news based on the readers’ affinities to reduce stress and anxiety. The brand’s landing page uses soft colors and subtle animation

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Computer mouse co-inventor William English dies at 91

Christel Deskins

One of the pioneers of the modern computer interface has passed away: the New York Timesreports that William “Bill” English died on July 26th from respiratory failure at the age of 91. Alongside Douglas Englebart at the Stanford Research Institute, English helped develop the first computer mouse and put together a 1968 “Mother of All Demos” that outlined many concepts that would come to PCs over the decades, such as graphical user interfaces, online text editing, video calls and hypertext links.

Bill English wearing a suit and tie: William 'Bill' English

William ‘Bill’ English

While Englebart was considered the visionary, English was one of the only people who truly grasped the ideas and had the talent to bring them to fruition. He built the mouse after Englebart drew a sketch of it, for example. While Englebart was demonstrating the concepts at that 1968 event, English was orchestrating things behind the scenes.

It’s not hard to see English’s legacy. While

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Why Can’t Millions of Americans Access Reliable Internet Services?

Christel Deskins

Many people living in rural communities don’t have reliable Internet service. Rolling out infrastructure in these areas is costly and not as lucrative as investing in urban areas, which can be a deterrent for some Internet providers, says Christopher Mitchell, community broadband networks director at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance.

1. Millions of people in rural America struggle to connect to the Internet.

The Federal Communications Commission estimates 21 million people lack a high speed internet connection, but other estimates are double that figure. Approximately half of the U.S. population—157 million people—have a slow or unreliable internet connection, according to Microsoft.

2. One of the largest rural internet providers recently filed for bankruptcy.

Frontier Communications,

which was awarded about $1 billion by the FCC five years ago to help expand networks in rural areas, filed for bankruptcy at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Bankruptcy documents showed

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TeamSupport Names Technology Industry Veteran Pete Khanna as CEO

Christel Deskins

DALLAS, Aug. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — TeamSupport, LLC announces the appointment of technology industry veteran Pete Khanna as its new CEO effective immediately. TeamSupport is a fast growing, award-winning B2B customer support software solution provider headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Co-founder and former CEO Robert C. Johnson will assume a pivotal role on the company’s board of directors.

Khanna is a proven business leader with more than 20 years of experience in senior executive roles at competitive, software and technology companies specializing in scaling high growth businesses into market leaders. 

“Robert’s contribution to TeamSupport and dedication to our clients has left an impressionable footprint on the history of the company and inspired its future,” said Khanna. “TeamSupport has a great culture and long history of serving its customers, and I am committed to maintaining a focus on technology innovations and helping the company scale to meet the future needs

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