North America software-as-a-service (SaaS) Market Inclinations & Development Status Highlighted During Forecast Period

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Sep 13, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
Software-as-a-service (SaaS) is a kind of cloud computing in which a third-party provider manages applications and makes them accessible to consumers over the internet. It removes the need for organisations to install and run applications on their computers or in their data centres, which eliminates the cost of hardware acquisition, provisioning and maintenance, as well as software licensing, installation and support. The SaaS market is anticipated to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.59% during the forecast period 2018-2023.

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Based on the deployment model, the SaaS market can be segmented into public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud. The private cloud and public cloud models are showing a positive trend in the market and the companies are trying to employ

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How to buy a gaming laptop

For a few years now, gaming laptops have been some of the most intriguing PCs around. They’ve gotten thinner and lighter, naturally — but they’ve also become vastly more powerful and efficient, making them suitable for both work and play. They’ve adopted some bold innovations, like rotating hinges and near desktop-like customizability. Gaming laptops are where PC makers can get adventurous.

That’s been especially true since our last gaming notebook guide ran in 2018. These days, AMD-powered PCs are finally making a splash. Dell has delivered the most tweakable gaming laptop yet. And in general, you can now get a lot more portable gaming power for your money.

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ASUS ROG G14

What’s your budget? 

Your laptop buying journey starts and ends with the amount of money you’re willing to spend. No surprise there. The good news? There are plenty of options for gamers of every budget. In particular, we’re seeing

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Apple Event confirmed for September 15: Time Flies

Apple has confirmed the date for its next big event, with a live-stream kicking off on September 15, though exactly what’s on the agenda remains to be seen. The big unveil is most likely to see the new Apple Watch break cover, with an Apple Watch Series 6 model upgrading the current version. However it won’t be like most iPhone events.

The most obvious difference is that Apple will be holding the event online. As with WWDC 2020 earlier this year, the September 15 event will be live-streamed from Apple Park in California. It’ll kick off at 10am PDT (1pm ET).

As for what we’re likely to see, it’ll be the culmination of numerous rumors and leaks over the past few months. One widespread rumor is that the new iPhone will headline, which is widely expected to debut as the iPhone 12 series. Although there’ll be plenty of features for

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Intel’s Alder Lake chip pushes performance, then battery life, for laptops

Intel’s Alder Lake chip will build upon its predecessor, the first hybrid core known as Lakefield, by prioritizing performance over battery life for thin-and-light laptops, small-form-factor PCs, and other compact designs. Announced Thursday as part of Intel Architecture Day, the chip will be available in 2021.

Alder Lake’s performance focus fills an unmet need in the prior generation, Lakefield, which Intel unveiled about a year ago. At the time, the company talked about using its Foveros technology to stack a “compute” die on top of a “base” die, saving space for small-form-factor PCs. But Lakefield also steals a page from rival Arm processors, combining four low-power “Tremont” Atom cores for low-intensity tasks, with a single “Sunny Cove” Core CPU for heavier burdens. Lakefield quietly debuted in a version of Samsung’s Galaxy Book S, under the discreetly bland description of “Intel Core processor with Intel Hybrid Technology.”  

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The “Intel Core

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Queer Homecoming: On Carter Sickels’s “The Prettiest Star”

GROWING UP QUEER in Appalachia, home has never been a simple matter. Even after living in New York for nearly a decade, I still bristle when a stranger innocently asks, “Where are you from?” knowing the answer will be met with assumptions ranging from the ignorant yet benign to the more viciously stereotypical: “But where’s your accent?” “You’re so articulate!” “Did you wear shoes growing up?”

As much as I’m sometimes tempted to lie about where I’m from, I’m also aware that the truth about where my home is will always be partial. Yes, I was born in a place I can pinpoint on a map: a town of about 7,000 residents in rural Kentucky. And yes, I can zoom in on Google Earth to acres of farmland surrounding the house I was raised in. From there, I can trace a winding road that snakes into the

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Global Smart Home Appliances Market (2020 to 2027) – Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report – ResearchAndMarkets.com – Press Release

DUBLIN–(Business Wire)–The “Smart Home Appliances Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report by Product (Washing Machines, Refrigerators, TVs, Air Purifiers), by Distribution Channel (Online, Offline), by Region, and Segment Forecasts, 2020 – 2027” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The global smart home appliances market size is anticipated to reach USD 92.72 billion by 2027, expanding at a CAGR of 14.1% from 2020 to 2027.

The market is likely to witness significant growth in the years to come on account of the growing geriatric population, improved M-2-M communication systems, new product development, and improvements in the Internet of Things (IoT).

Technology is responsible for providing effective energy saving solutions, which are backed by various initiatives and favorable reforms undertaken by the government bodies in developed regions, including Europe and North America. High-end devices, coupled with technologically advanced features, such as IP and Bluetooth, render a large proportion of the

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15 Furnishing Highlights From Virtual Maison&Objet and Paris Design Week

The show must go on, and so it does in Paris this week. With a multimedia undertaking on an impressive scale and 26 virtual talks from industry professionals, Maison&Objet holds its first digital furnishings fair (running September 4-18), in conjunction with a socially-distanced Paris Design Week (running September 3-12) packed with exhibitions taking place across the French capital.

“We all need to be flexible and we all need to have different tools,” says Maison&Objet managing director Philippe Brocart. “Our two objects are to help and highlight the young generation of designers and create a digital opportunity to discover the brands’ new collections.”

From a rug that asks you to walk through a whimsical fantasy garden to a sculptural vase that looks like a morel to a lamp that hovers in the dark like an angel’s halo, here are 15 of our favorite finds from both events.

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What You Need to Know About Computer Repair

VIEW AS SLIDESHOW: What You Need to Know About Computer Repair

Even if you’re not a certified geek, you may be able to troubleshoot your ailing PC.

1. First Stop: Do It Yourself.

Before spending any money, look for help online to remedy your problem. “You may find a really easy fix you never would have come up with on your own,” says Tom Merritt, executive editor of CNET.com, the electronics-review site. If you have software difficulties, online forums, such as Annoyances.org for PCs and Mac-Forums.com for Apple users, offer knowledgeable advice.

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If you suspect your problem is hardware-related, call the manufacturer to see if it is covered under the warranty. (To cut through the PC maker’s phone tree and reach a customer-service rep, get instructions at Gethuman.com.)

2. Next Stop: Ask For A Referral.

Training and credentials vary so much that your best bet

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Dragon Touch Max 10 Review

Android Headlines recently received a Dragon Touch Max 10 tablet for review. And the results of the thorough test really showcase why users are flocking to high-end hardware instead of budget devices. Although there are plenty of things to love about this tablet, especially at its $149.99 price tag, there’s a lot not to love too.

At this bracket of the market, not only are users typically more likely to see white-label devices. They also are going to see a lot of trade-offs. That’s not just with Dragon Touch either. That’s with just about every OEM. Whether on battery life, screen technology, cameras, build quality, or audio, tablets in this segment just haven’t matured as well as Android phones.

Conversely, these devices do serve as a great entry point for those who might be curious about Android itself. Or for those who need a tablet that will be well-suited for

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Echodyne Expands Technology Leadership With Technical Advisory Board

Engineering leaders to advise and inform Echodyne’s high performance radar development efforts.

Echodyne, the radar platform company, announced today the formation of its Technical Advisory Board (TAB). Echodyne’s TAB comprises leaders and experts from academia and industry who will advise Echodyne on radar technology trends and product strategies.

The advisory board members are Dr. David R. Smith, Dr. Joseph R. Guerci, Dr. Jeffrey L. Krolik, and Dr. Matthew S. Reynolds. Dr. David R. Smith is a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University as well as Director of the Center for Metamaterials and Integrated Plasmonics at Duke. Dr. Joseph R. Guerci is president and CEO at Information Systems Laboratories. Dr. Jeffrey L. Krolik is a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University. Dr. Matthew S. Reynolds is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Washington.

“Echodyne could not

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