Solar-Powered Sunglasses, Bio-Based Skis, and More

Christel Deskins

For our Style & Design 2020 awards, we highlighted the best-designed products that solve problems with game-changing advances and solutions so elegant they have a style all their own. These 24 items will improve your performance everywhere from the mountains to the kitchen—and look great doing it.

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The Coolest Pieces of Gear We Tested This Week

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Style & Design 2020: Sleek New Cars, Gear, and Gadgets

The Bronco’s Mighty Comeback

Upon its launch in 1966, the Ford Bronco—then called an “All-Purpose Vehicle”—promised an affordable way to head into the Great American Wilderness, pavement be damned. And it delivered, until its demise 30 years later (two years after that famed O.J. chase). In the two

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Money Reimagined: Defanging FAANG – CoinDesk

Christel Deskins

Most people would be happy to have World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s wealth, which is reportedly somewhere between $10 million and $60 million. 

Yet, Berners-Lee’s net worth pales into insignificance against that of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, who last week became the first person ever to be worth more than $200 billion. 

There’s something wrong with this picture. The inventor of an information system that transformed the world has earned from it a tiny sliver – no more than 0.03% – of that which has flowed to someone who controls one of that system’s 2 billion websites. has delivered Bezos a fortune that exceeds the gross domestic product of 159 countries and is 3.3 million times more than the U.S. median household income.

You’re reading Money Reimagined, a weekly look at the technological, economic and social events and trends that are redefining our relationship with money

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Aviation Programming Software Market 2020 Global Industry Revenue by Growth Rate, Business Size, Share, Key Players and Demand Forecast to 2026

Christel Deskins

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Sep 17, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
“Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry”

Global “Aviation Programming Software Market” report provides in-depth information about top manufacturers, market challenges, market highlights, future trends, product types, market drivers, Aviation Programming Software Market landscape, Industry size and forecast, SWOT analysis, key leading countries/region.

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Top Key Players in Aviation Programming Software Market Report:

● AEROTECH ● Autodesk ● Bosch Security Systems ● Damarel Systems International ● INDRA ● Lantek Systems ● SPRING Technologies ● TOPSYSTEM SYSTEMHAUS ● VERO SOFTWARE ●


Aviation Programming Software Market by Type:

● On-Premise ● Cloud-Based ●

Aviation Programming Software Market by Applications:

● Aeronautics ● Airports ● Others


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Quantum and classical computers handle time differently. What does that mean for AI?

Christel Deskins

As humans, we take time for granted. We’re born into an innate understanding of the passage of events because it’s essential to our survival. But AI suffers from no such congenital condition. Robots do not understand the concept of time.

State of the art AI systems only understand time as an implicit construct (we program it to output time relevant to a clock) or as an explicit representation of mathematics (we use the time it takes to perform certain calculations to instruct its understanding of the passage of events). But an AI has no way of understanding the concept of time itself as we do.

Time doesn’t exist in our classical reality in a physical, tangible form. We can check our watch or look at the sun or try and remember how long it’s been since we last ate, but those are all just measurements. The actual passage of time

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CityWest Boosts Broadband Capacity with Fujitsu – Press Release

Christel Deskins

RICHARDSON, Texas–(Business Wire)–Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc. today announced that CityWest selected the Fujitsu 1FINITY™ platform and Virtuora® Network Control solution to upgrade their fiber optic network, enabling greater broadband speed and capacity across a broad expanse of western British Columbia.

After 100 years of service, CityWest continues to pursue a mission of delivering superior communications and entertainment experiences. As demand for high-speed internet and digital services intensifies, CityWest chose to upgrade their legacy Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) network to enable speeds of 100G and beyond.

CityWest selected Fujitsu 1FINITY T300 Transport and L100 Lambda blades, along with the Virtuora Network Controller (NC), significantly increasing bandwidth and performance, as well as network efficiency. The compact modular 1FINITY T300 enables speeds up to 200G in a small footprint, helping to reduce power consumption and space constraints. In addition, the centralized provisioning and management capabilities of Virtuora NC allow CityWest to

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