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  • Super Mario Comes To Life In A Brand New LEGO Set

    If you’re a fan of Nintendo’s Super Mario franchise, then you might want to check out this brand new LEGO set. In a partnership with Nintendo, LEGO has unveiled a brand new set that is themed around Mario where it will bring the iconic plumber to life in his own little LEGO set, that we can’t help but think is incredibly adorable.

    According to Takashi Tezuka, Executive Officer and Game Producer of Nintendo, “I have always liked LEGO products and how they help children use their imagination to play. The new product we created together with the LEGO Group seeks to combine two different styles of play – one where you freely build the world of Mario and the other where you play with Mario in the very world that you have created.”

    LEGO claims that this won’t be just another themed LEGO set. Instead, this LEGO set is interactive

  • First U.S. coronavirus death confirmed in Washington state

    A person in Washington state died after contracting the novel coronavirus, health authorities announced on Saturday. It is the first death attributed to the virus in the U.S. Officials also announced two new cases in Washington state linked to a long-term care facility, including the first confirmed case in a healthcare worker in the United States.

    “We are dealing with an emergency evolving situation,” Amy Reynolds, of the Washington state health department, told the Associated Press. A spokesperson for EvergreenHealth Medical Center in King County, Washington confirmed to the AP that the patient died there. The patient who died was a man in his 50s with chronic underlying health conditions, Jeff Duchin, a health officer for Public Health, Seattle & King County said during a press conference today. It is not yet known how or when he contracted the virus.

    The other two cases announced today were both

  • FDA Approves the First Commercial Coronavirus Tests in the US

    After a weeks-long shortage of COVID-19 tests and limits on screening that have hampered officials’ ability to respond to the crisis, the first commercial tests for the disease have received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration. The new tests could dramatically increase the number of people who can be screened.

    Both tests received approval on Friday, less than 24 hours after the companies submitted their applications to the FDA. “This action today shows our agency’s dedication to working around the clock to review and authorize diagnostics during this public health emergency,” FDA commissioner Stephen Hahn said in a statement.

    Officials from Roche, the Swiss pharmaceutical giant, say the company has 400,000 tests ready to be shipped and plans to manufacture 400,000 more per week. Medical-device maker Thermo Fisher representatives say they have 1.5 million of their own test available, and a goal of producing 5 million per week

  • Apple To Expedite The Approval Of Credible Coronavirus Related Apps
    The coronavirus outbreak is causing a lot of problems for everyone around the world, and as such, many are constantly searching for information about it. Unfortunately, the spike in demand for information has resulted in many unscrupulous developers creating coronavirus apps in a bid to capitalize on it.

    Thankfully, companies have been quick to remove such apps from their stores in a bid to curb misinformation, and it looks like Apple is actually working to counter such bad apps by speeding up the process of reviewing credible apps for the coronavirus.

    According to Apple, “To help fulfill these expectations, we’re evaluating apps critically to ensure data sources are reputable and that developers presenting these apps are from recognized entities such as government organizations, health-focused NGOs, companies deeply credentialed in health issues, and medical or educational institutions.”

    The company adds, “Only developers from one of these recognized entities should submit an

  • Apple Launches COVID-19 Information Website And App
    The other day, Google announced that they are working on a website dedicated to providing users with accurate information about the COVID-19 virus outbreak. This was designed to help fight misinformation that seems to be spreading, where people are sharing inaccurate news and rumors that could potentially cause panic.

    It looks like Google is not alone in trying to fight misinformation and provide accurate information to the public, because Apple has also announced that they have launched not only a website dedicated to COVID-19, but also an accompanying app.

    According to Apple, “The COVID-19 app and website allow users to answer a series of questions around risk factors, recent exposure and symptoms for themselves or a loved one. In turn, they will receive CDC recommendations on next steps, including guidance on social distancing and self-isolating, how to closely monitor symptoms, whether or not a test is recommended at this time,

  • RFID Technology

    The three keywords in use inside a Manufacturing plant or a Software program Unit are People, Processes, and Know-how. Genetic testing: Biotechnology has made genetic testing a reality. Such testing has made it potential for medical science to unlock many mysteries of the human physique. As an illustration genetic testing can be used for forensic tests, figuring out the intercourse of to be born child, recognizing early signs of cancer in people and detecting other potential deficiencies that otherwise are arduous to detect. A biotechnology firm that deals in such kinds of testing has nice demand available in the market at present and their development prospectuses too are bright. The quantity of manpower and funds spent on the research and growth of genetic testing is gigantic and the end outcomes they come up with take medical sciences to an altogether completely different level.

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