Worldwide High Voltage Cable Accessories Industry to 2025 – Featuring Nexans, Prysmian and ABB Among Others

The “High Voltage Cable Accessories Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecasts (2020 – 2025)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The market for high voltage cable accessories is expected to grow at a CAGR of greater than 5.5% during the forecast period of 2020-2025.

Factors such as the growing electricity generation and consumption, along with changing power generation industry dynamics are expected to drive the demand for new transmission

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Alienware now sells the Aurora R11 gaming PC with a custom-built RTX 3080 or 3090

Editor’s take: Considering the chaotic launch of the Nvidia 3080 and 3090 GPUs, it only seems a matter of time until Alienware runs out of its updated Aurora R11 prebuilt gaming PCs. It’s apparently one of the very few available options on the market right now that lets players experience the latest and greatest from Nvidia and AMD. Alienware has even gone for a custom GPU design for the Aurora
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This isn’t iPhone 12 Mini, but you’ll wish it was

Today we’re taking a peek at an iPhone Mini concept mockup that looks like a cross between iPhone 12 and the most recent PALM phone. The concept was concieved over a year ago by the creator named Ruslanlatypov, Founder and Art Director of a group of creators that run under the name LS.Graphics. This little baby of a phone was made ready for viewing well in advance of any sort

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Inbox zero: 5 email hacks and keyboard shortcuts from an email expert

  • Professionals spend an average of 28% of their workday on emails, according to a McKinsey analysis, amounting to almost three hours every day.
  • The entrepreneur Rahul Vohra has spent most of his career trying to improve email and launched the email app Superhuman in 2014.
  • Vohra gave us his five tricks to get to inbox zero and boost productivity.
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Professionals spend 28%

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The best tablets of 2020

Tablets may have started out as luxury items — something people would break out to stream videos and scroll social media when their phones didn’t suffice and laptops were too bulky to take on the go. But more and more, tablets have become full-fledged laptop replacements, with even the most affordable options able to withstand heavy tasks.



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That’s what makes the process of finding and purchasing

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Brand ceiling fans and dining tables under recall

TULSA, Okla. — Harbor Breeze Kingsbury ceiling fans are being recalled.

The Consumer Product and Safety Commission reports the fans sold exclusively at Lowe’s, have a light globe that can fall from its housing, posing a safety risk.

If you have one, immediately contact HKG to request a new owner’s manual and a light kit label to help make sure the light globe is correctly installed. CLICK HERE to contact

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Why Natural Gas Appliance Bans Are Bad Economic, Environmental Policy

California Gov. Gavin Newsom made headlines a few weeks ago when he signed an executive order to ban the sale of new gas-powered cars in the state by 2035.

While the order is concerning for a number of reasons, there’s a more imminent threat of restrictions on affordable, reliable energy.

Several cities in California and around the country have banned or are proposing to ban the use of natural gas

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How to Repair a Table Lamp Switch | Home Guides

Table lamp switches are usually designed in three different types. One is a do-it-yourself-friendly retro or antique lamp switch that comes apart with small screws; the other types include a modern sealed switch housed within a plastic case that does not come apart, and the socket stem switches that are common on the majority of table lamps. Lamp base switches, either rotary or push-button, are different from the socket-based switches

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Near Field Communication Chip Market Demand, Growth, Trends,

Near Field Communication Chip Market

NFC is a form of wireless communication between devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and so on. The NFC technology is basically used for short range (up to 10 cm) of communication and data sharing. NFC utilizes electromagnetic radio fields while other technologies such as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are focused on radio transmissions. NFC technology enables contactless communication which allows a user to send information

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The Photography of James O. Mitchell | SHOH Gallery

We are so honored to be able to share this wonderful and timeless collection of James O. Mitchell’s vintage photographs with you all. While we will not be able to have our usual lively reception, we invite you in to experience these powerful and beautiful images in person Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays between noon and 5pm. We are also happy to open by appointment should a different time be necessary.

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The Blessing and Curse of the Internet

The great blessing of the Internet is that it gives everyone a voice.

Ordinary people had little opportunity to express their thoughts in public domains before the Internet. Newspapers had “letters to the editor” and talk shows had “call-ins,” but these were narrow, carefully managed gateways to public attention.

The curse of the Internet is that, because everyone has a voice, no one listens.

To be heard in the cacophonous

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Energy experts emphasise renewable energy to meet electricity needs

Bangladesh, Oct. 11 — Energy experts at a webinar on Power System Master Plan advised the government to lay more emphasis on the development of renewable energy and revise the current master plan in an integrated manner keeping all options open for primary energy sources.

“We should give more priority to renewable energy like neighbouring India,” eminent energy expert Prof Ijaz Hossain said at the webinar titled: “EP Debate: Is

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Platforms for Guest Blogging and Why You Should have Collaborative Content

There are multiple trends for blogging. Most of these are for increasing the number of visitors or viewers of a website. It could be through video marketing, email marketing, SEO, and many more. One trend that does not go out of style is guest blogging. Any blogger, especially those that just built up a new page, should invite a few guest posters on their page to invite more readers into

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Optimize Content Strategy: Content Consumption Study Insights

Surveys can provide interesting information on the mindset of the participants. But analyze people’s content consumption, and you’ll see what they truly value.

NetLine has analyzed 4 million content downloads to determine what drives engagement and pipeline. The company’s 2020 State of B2B Content Consumption and Demand Report for Marketers examines the data and distills it into insights for optimizing your B2B content strategy.

  • What day of the week is
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WINNER’s Kang Seung Yoon Talks About His Role In “Kairos” + His Chemistry With Lee Se Young

WINNER’s Kang Seung Yoon has shared his thoughts on his upcoming MBC drama “Kairos”!

“Kairos” is a new “time-crossing fantasy thriller” about the interconnected fates of Kim Seo Jin (played by Shin Sung Rok), a man who falls into despair after his daughter is kidnapped, and Han Ae Ri (Lee Se Young), a woman who is searching for her missing mother. From Kim Seo Jin’s perspective, Han Ae Ri is

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Investors eye discounted U.S. healthcare sector as Biden’s lead in polls grows

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Investors are looking for bargains among healthcare stocks, even as prospect of a Democratic “Blue Sweep” in next month’s elections threatens more volatility for a sector already trading near a historical discount to the broader market.

FILE PHOTO: Pharmaceutical tablets and capsules are arranged in the shape of a U.S. dollar sign on a table in this picture illustration taken in Ljubljana August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Srdjan

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Boulder testing new city website design

Boulder is testing a new website design that the city hopes will be faster, more intuitive and easier for all to use.

The $276,000 website redesign project has been underway for several years, and user feedback has driven most of the changes. The city’s current website, which accommodates approximately 1.5 million annual visitors, was designed in 2013 and was due for an update, according to Boulder spokesperson Bryan Bullock.

“That’s

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Netcracker Extends BSS and Support Services Agreement with Cox Communications

Multi-year Deal Supports Consumer and Business Services

Netcracker Technology announced today that Cox Communications has renewed its agreement with Netcracker. The multi-year business support systems and professional services extension is focused on supporting Cox’s residential and business product lines.

Cox Communications is the largest private broadband company in the U.S. with about 6 million residential and business customers across 18 states.

The renewed agreement includes BSS license, maintenance and related

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Sensormatic Solutions Releases Results of 2020 Holiday Consumer Survey

Consumers are more likely to shop in-store on weekdays this holiday season

Johnson Controls, the global leader for smart and sustainable buildings, today announced that Sensormatic Solutions, its leading global retail solutions portfolio, released the results of its 2020 Holiday Consumer Survey of more than 1,000 U.S. consumers. A key finding revealed that nearly half of respondents (43%) have already started or plan to start their holiday shopping as early

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Computer model simulation explains star distributions in galaxy discs | News



The Silver Coin Galaxy ( NGC 253 ) in the Sculptor constellation

Computer model shows gas clouds contributing to fade in galaxy discs.



A new computer model is showing astrophysicists how gas clouds contribute to the exponential fade in galaxy discs in regards to star distribution. 

Jian Wu, astrophysics doctoral student at Iowa State, took the lead on the most recent research about galaxy discs using a GADGET 2 computer model. 

“Galaxy discs exist in many types of galaxies,”

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