The Motorola One 5G has faster speeds and a macro lens ring light for less than $500

Motorola is bringing a midrange 5G phone to the US (as it had promised earlier this year) with the announcement of the Motorola One 5G, which will cost under $500.

The One 5G is technically Motorola’s second 5G phone, following the release of the Moto G 5G Plus in Europe over the summer. The One 5G, however, differs in two key ways: it’ll actually be available in the United States, and it’ll offer a special mmWave variant for Verizon — which only offers mmWave-based 5G — similar to other recent midrange phones like Samsung’s Galaxy A51 5G UW and LG’s Velvet 5G UW.

Most of the specs for the One 5G are in line with almost every other midrange Motorola phone released this year: there’s a Snapdragon 765G processor (similar to the $699 Motorola Edge), 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage (expandable

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Best Smart Phones for Camera Quality

Until recently, the camera on your smart phone could not produce album-worthy images. But with some newer handsets, you can shoot stunning, high-resolution photos and impressive high-definition video. These phones still can’t match the quality of a high-end camcorder or digital SLR, but they could replace your old point-and-shoot.

Crème de la crème

Many phones now come with cameras front and back (of the phones we review here, all except the HTC Inspire have front-facing cameras for video chats). But it’s the quality of the rear camera that counts. For example, the Samsung Droid Charge ($300 with a two-year Verizon contract) has an 8-megapixel rear camera that takes sharp pictures and crisp video. Its excellent, 4.3-inch display is easier to view outdoors than other phones we tested. Camera controls are conveniently located on either side of the picture frame, making it easy to turn off the flash or to auto-focus.

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Now Is The Ideal Time To Refresh Your Home Or Small Business Office Setup With A New Canon PIXMA Printer

MELVILLE, N.Y., Sept. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Over the past few months, you’ve probably added some mileage to your desktop printer – by printing documents for school, work, and/or to help keep children entertained. Continuing the tradition of producing quality printers ideal for both work and play, Canon U.S.A,. Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced three new PIXMA printers: the PIXMA TR8620 Wireless Home Office All-in-One Printer, PIXMA TR7020 Wireless All-in-One Printer and the PIXMA TS6420 Wireless All-in-One Printer. Designed with easy connectivity and setup in mind, a sleek and compact design – and the reliability that comes with a Canon PIXMA series printer continues with these latest models.

“In 2020, we have seen the at-home and small business needs of our customers continue to evolve rapidly and Canon is proudly invested in striving to make sure the wants and needs of our various customers

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Learn about density with DIY lava lamp experiment

Help your student learn more about chemistry using supplies you likely already have at home.

COLUMBIA, S.C. — With students headed back to school, whether in person or online, it is important to keep learning hands on a fun. This experiment is all about density and you will get to create a DIY lava lamp in the process.

  • Vegetable oil
  • Water
  • Food coloring
  • Alka Seltzer tablets
  • Clear glass or container

Start by filling your container about three quarters full of oil.

Then, fill the rest of the container up with water and a few drops of food coloring. You could even add some glitter to the mixture as an added sparkle to the lava lamp.

The first thing to notice is that the water sinks to the bottom, while the oil stays on top. This is because water is more dense than oil.

Density equals mass divided by volume. So

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3D Food Printing Market Analysis & Forecast for Next 5 Years

Edison, NJ — (SBWIRE) — 08/31/2020 — A new market study is released on Global 3D Food Printing Market with data Tables for historical and forecast years represented with Chats & Graphs spread through 103 Pages with easy to understand detailed analysis. The study highlights detailed assessment of the Market and display market sizing trend by revenue & volume (if applicable), current growth factors, expert opinions, facts, and industry validated market development data. The research study provides estimates for Global 3D Food Printing Forecast till 2025*. Some are the players that are considered in the coverage of this study are 3D Systems, TNO, Natural Machines, Choc Edge, Systems and Materials Research Corporation, Byflow, Print2taste, Barilla, Candyfab & Beehex.

Industries and markets are ever-evolving; navigate these changes with ongoing research conducted by HTF MI; Address the latest insights released on Global 3D Food Printing Market. Browse now for Full Report Index

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Industrial Applications Demand Reliable Rugged Hardware

Ericsson projects that the number of devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) will reach 1.5 billion in 2022, and the number of Industrial IoT (IIoT) connections will exceed 3.5 billion by 2023.The explosive growth of embedded computers and IoT connections fuel an ever-increasing number of IoT applications. Industrial sectors that can benefit from the use of IoT devices include traffic engineering, data-logging, oil and gas exploration, and others. But there are challenges that need to be overcome.

Challenges in Traffic Engineering

According to the statistics from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the overwhelming majority of illegal drug shipments that include heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, etc., are smuggled through established ports of entry using cars, planes, and ships. 

Border Security and Customs Officers’ Challenges

There are many challenges that are apparent with border security and customs. Identifying suspicious people, access to historical data of cars, integrating the identity

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CommScope Announces Turn-Key AgileMax Field Solution for RFoG Deployments

HICKORY, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CommScope announced today the FDH3000 AgileMax Cabinet for RF-over-Glass (RFoG) deployments. The solution combines CommScope’s proven AgileMax active optical distribution technology which prevents Optical Beat Interference (OBI) in RFoG deployments with its FDH3000 fiber distribution hub and integrated splitter cabinet. Together, they enable HFC network operators to easily install the AgileMax platform into an existing Fiber Distribution Hub (FDH) location to improve their networks’ upstream and downstream capacity and data speeds.

AgileMax is the one of the industry’s most widely deployed technology for preventing OBI in traditional RFoG architectures. A patented active-splitter technology, it enables operators to deploy high-capacity OBI-free, FTTH networks leveraging existing DOCSIS infrastructure.

The combined solution with cabinet leverages CommScope’s extensive and vertically integrated portfolio to ensure easy installation of AgileMax in the field. The cabinet supports standard 19-inch rack mounted equipment using a patented swing frame design that houses the AgileMax product

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Best VoIP services of 2020

The internet revolutionized telecoms by making Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) available, but the development of cloud-based phone systems and the proliferation of mobile devices has transformed the telecoms market even further. 

Whereas before it would take lots of hardware and months of setting up to put a business telecoms network into play, now it takes minutes with a cloud-based VoIP solution.

Even better, the costs have gone down significantly due to the lack of need to invest in infrastructure, meaning that the latest telecoms solutions for business are incredibly accessible and very cost-effective.

For the startup business, it’s never been easier or so cheap to set up a business phone system or even a call center solution.

For the established business, not only are cloud-based VoIP systems more cost-effective, but the availability of analytics means that not only can staff productivity and the customer journey be better tracked, but

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Sony’s R&D Furthers Spectrum Sharing Management Technology

Sony Corporation SNE made progress on the Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) technology, which works to enhance the use of radiofrequency resources. In April, Sony secured testing station licenses from Japan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (“MIC”). The company installed multiple 4G LTE base stations supporting the 2.3-2.4 GHz frequency band at its office in Osaki.

After various proof-of-concept experiments, Sony developed a technology for accelerating remote control of base stations in a controlled environment. The company achieved the world’s first sub-60-second period, starting from the moment a transmission parameter switching command is sent until the switching operation is applied. With the development of 5G networks, cutting-edge technology is likely to increase the chances to take benefit of underutilized frequencies.

Markedly, the MIC led an R&D initiative for the advancement of DSA technologies among different systems. Sony has the responsibility for R&D of spectrum sharing management technologies. The company is

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Shashi Tharoor-led Parliamentary Panel Grills Facebook India MD Ajit Mohan For 2 Hours Over ‘Hate Speech’ Row



Shashi Tharoor holding a phone: Shashi Tharoor (File Photo)


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New Delhi: The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Information Technology, headed by senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Wednesday held a meeting with Facebook’s India head Ajit Mohan to discuss the alleged negligence towards misuse of the social media platform by BJP leaders and supporters. The three-and-a-half-hour-long meeting was aimed at “safeguarding citizens’ rights and prevention of misuse of social/online news media platforms including special emphasis on women security in the digital space”. Mohan, Managing Director of Facebook India, appeared before 18 members of the panel this afternoon, which posed at least 90 questions at the executive over the span of two hours. The panel had also called representatives of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology on the same issue, while a few others including some digital media activists also deposed before the panel. The questioning comes amid a
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