Gokhan Inalhan, professor of Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence at Cranfield University, in the UK, tells CNN that Telelift appears to be an "excellent product" for emergency response or search and rescue. But he adds that continuous use could be "problematic" because many drone components are "not intended to be used 24/7" in extreme conditions. He says that improved engines and materials are needed for drones to cope with continuous operation and the African heat. … [Read more...] about Flying cellphone towers: Could drones bring internet coverage to remote areas?
Huawei has a limited presence in the United States, where it has been barred from supplying core equipment to major US carriers for years. But the Shenzhen-based company is a global telecoms powerhouse and a leader in the global rollout of ultra fast 5G networks. … [Read more...] about US judge rejects Huawei lawsuit challenging a ban on its products
According to Amazon's 2018 annual report, 58% of its sales came from its millions of third-party sellers, many of whom ship directly to consumers. US courts have routinely held that Amazon is not liable for defects or intellectual property issues related to these third-party sales, viewing Amazon as a platform that connects buyers and sellers. Court hav eheld that plaintiffs seeking damages must sue the third-party seller directly. … [Read more...] about Who’s responsible for what you buy on Amazon? A court is about to decide
“Fremont is home to a growing number of clean tech manufacturers, ranging from electric vehicles to lithium batteries,” said Fremont Mayor Lily Mei. “We are very excited to add Power Knot to the list, a company that is helping to address the challenge of global food waste through its pioneering technology. We welcome the Power Knot team to Fremont and wish them great success here.” … [Read more...] about Power Knot Opens New Facility to Ramp Up Production of Stainless-Steel Waste Food Biodigesters
Intriguing evidence also shows up geographically. According to research by William Frey of the Brookings Institution, a think-tank, five big metro areas saw absolute declines in their foreign-born populations in 2010-18. Wages in those areas are now rising by 5% a year, according to our calculations. Cleveland, which is in one such area, has pockets of severe poverty but seems to be doing better than before. Many of the city centre’s astonishingly grand buildings are being converted into luxury lofts for millennials. … [Read more...] about Globalist Magazine: Less Migration Makes Americans Richer, Economy Stronger