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    Indubitably the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) – 4 of the world’s largest emerging economies, have huge economic and funding potential, especially inside the technology trade. RFID or Radio Frequency Identification is a technology that was invented about 60 years in the past however has found its application in the Retail trade only not too long ago. Radio frequencies are unique, so its applications lie vastly in identifying objects uniquely. The variety of suppliers utilizing RFID has elevated by leaps and bounds plainly because they will stop to be suppliers if they do not do so. RFID may be integrated into present provide chain management which can reduce the labor required to watch the goods motion and stock stream. Used along with a bar code system RFIDs can enable manufacturers and retailers to enrich present programs whereas gathering more info throughout a supply chain. do you mean by

  • Apple And Netflix Are Bidding Insane Amounts Of Money For James Bond ‘No Time To Die’

    Until a vaccine can be found or a viable cure can be had for the coronavirus, it seems unlikely that a lot of activities will return to normal. One of those activities is going to the cinema, where even if cases are low, people might still be a bit worried or paranoid. As such, movie studios need to figure out a new way to release their shows.

    So what about shows that have already been filmed and completed? Perhaps streaming services could be the answer, and a tweet by movie industry insider Drew McWeeny claims that both Apple and Netflix are engaged in a bidding war for the upcoming James Bond “No Time To Die” movie.

    The movie is currently set for a theatrical release in 2021, but before that it was originally scheduled for 2020 but was postponed twice, and with the current situation, it’s hard to say if

  • Another Surge, Vaccine and Treatment Progress, and More Coronavirus News

    Americans prepare for another surge in cases, vaccine and treatment approval moves forward, and new partnerships curb coronavirus misinformation. Here’s what you should know:

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    What we know about coronavirus as cases climb once again

    This week the virus continued to surge throughout much of the United States and Europe. Yesterday, several European countries, including Italy and Austria, reported their highest single-day cases. And stateside, it was the first day with more than 70,000 new cases since the summer, as 32 states reported rising rates of infection.

    While the subject of how and whether to reopen schools remains controversial, experts say that so far there’s little to suggest that reopened schools are contributing to these surges. And though infections are rising, Covid-19 death rates have plummeted, an indication that doctors are getting better at

  • How Riot used tech from The Mandalorian to build Worlds’ astonishing mixed reality stage

    After a hard-fought win over Korean team Gen.G, all five members of Europe’s G2 Esports stood at the edge of a pool of clear, glistening water to take a bow and celebrate their victory. Two members then picked up their star teammate, Rasmus “Caps” Borregaard Winther, and held him over the water, as if to throw him overboard. It’s a good thing they didn’t — despite how real the water may have looked to viewers, it was nothing but pixels.

    The annual League of Legends World Championship is currently underway in Shanghai, and like most major events, it has had to be re-envisioned in order to be possible in our new pandemic-dominated reality. Typically, the early stages of the tournament are something of a traveling road show, with different rounds taking place in different cities. In 2020, things had to change.

    With travel restrictions in place, and fans no longer

  • Malaysians wait in suspense amid possible declaration of an emergency

    On the morning of October 23, Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin held an impromptu Cabinet meeting in the country’s administrative capital, Putrajaya.

    The details of the meeting have rumor mills running wild.

    The country might declare a state of emergency amid rising COVID-19 cases.

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    The Malaysian government is due to table its national budget for 2021 on November 6. If things don’t fall in their favor, this could trigger a snap election. But holding any kind of election during a spike in COVID-19 cases can negatively impact the country’s fight against the virus.

    It’s not clear what a state of emergency, or an ‘economic emergency’ as some sources have called it, would entail. But the possibilities include the suspension of Parliament.

    This would technically keep Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s Perikatan Nasional (PN) government in power.

    In a state of emergency, all vital decisions for