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Nolte: Poll Shows Trump Approval Rating at Record 52 Percent
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Nolte: Poll Shows Trump Approval Rating at Record 52 Percent

President Donald Trump’s approval rating has hit a new high, according to a survey heavy with minority voters,” reports the Washington Examiner. For the first time ever in the Zogby Analytics poll, Trump has jumped to 52 percent job approval. Only 47 percent disapprove. Trump’s job approval among blacks sits at an impressive 36 percent…

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Sony shows off first combination image sensor and AI chip
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Sony shows off first combination image sensor and AI chip

Sony has developed an interesting new hybrid technology: An image sensor with AI processing system built into the hardware, making it a single integrated system. The benefits and applications for this are potentially enormous as imagery and code continue to merge. The idea is fairly simple in concept. You take a traditional CMOS image sensor…

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Poll Shows Almost Half of Italians Want to Leave the EU
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Poll Shows Almost Half of Italians Want to Leave the EU

A Tecnè poll has revealed that Italians are becoming more and more critical of the European Union, with 49 per cent saying they want Italy out. Just 51 per cent of the Italian public said they want to remain in the EU, which has been widely criticised across the country for lack of solidarity with…

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Tesla shows how its building ventilators with car parts
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Tesla shows how its building ventilators with car parts

Tesla is among a group of automakers retooling facilities to build ventilators for the COVID-19 crisis. In the following video, the company provides a behind-the-scene look at its ventilator design process. Like Ford and General Motors, Tesla engineers are building its vent with parts for its vehicles. The reason is simple: car parts are available.…

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Do trade shows still matter in the age of online business?
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Do trade shows still matter in the age of online business?

The death of Mobile World Congress 2020 started as a trickle. First, it was an understandably nervous ZTE. As a Chinese company, it was undoubtedly going to receive extra scrutiny — never mind that ZTE’s Shenzhen headquarters are a two-hour flight from Wuhan. Soon enough, South Korea’s LG backed out, followed by Nvidia and Ericsson.…

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Bloomberg News Shows Bias Day After Owner Enters Race
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Bloomberg News Shows Bias Day After Owner Enters Race

One day after billionaire Michael Bloomberg announced he is running for president, the news organization in which he holds a controlling interest announced that it will not investigate Bloomberg or any of his Democratic rivals for president, but will continue to investigate President Trump. It also simultaneously published a blisteringly partisan attack on President Trump…

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