Antifouling Coatings Market – Actionable Research on COVID-19 | Technological Developments to Boost the Market Growth

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The global antifouling coatings market size is poised to grow by USD 3.61 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of almost 15% throughout the forecast period, according to the latest report by Technavio. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The report also provides the market impact and new opportunities created due

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Sunnova Energy International (NOVA) versus Its Rivals Head-To-Head Review

Sunnova Energy International (NYSE: NOVA) is one of 28 public companies in the “Electric & other services combined” industry, but how does it compare to its competitors? We will compare Sunnova Energy International to related companies based on the strength of its institutional ownership, valuation, dividends, earnings, analyst recommendations, profitability and risk.

Institutional & Insider Ownership

92.1% of Sunnova Energy International shares are held by institutional investors. Comparatively, 71.3% of

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If You Want People to Actually See the Content You’re Creating, Follow These Steps

We live in a world of content saturation and sensory overload. From YouTube to TikTok to millions of online blogs, content appears limitless.





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While this vast network of content is inspiring, insightful, and hopeful, there is just one problem: 95% of all content online has zero backlinks and subsequently zero traffic. 

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Content creation itself is already difficult enough, let alone getting eyes

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Ole Miss Attempts to Upset Alabama at Vaught-Hemingway

Ole Miss and No. 2 Alabama are less than one hour away from kickoff.

The game was originally postponed 90 minutes by the Southeastern Conference as an attempt to milage the impact of the remnants of Hurricane Delta. To this point, 55 minutes before kickoff, you would never know this was anything other than a mildly drizzly fall night. 

(MORE: How to watch Ole Miss vs. Alabama)

Winds are calm,

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Facebook finally bans Holocaust denial content

Facebook is clamping down on content that “denies or distorts the Holocaust.” It banned such material under its updated hate speech policy.

“Our decision is supported by the well-documented rise in anti-Semitism globally and the alarming level of ignorance about the Holocaust, especially among young people,” Monika Bickert, Facebook’s VP of content policy, wrote in a blog post. “According to a recent survey of adults in the US aged 18-39,

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Global Aerospace and Defense Telemetry Market 2020-2025:

Aerospace Telemetry Market by Technology Trends, Application and Sector

According to the latest report by IMARC Group, titled “Aerospace and Defense Telemetry Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2020-2025”, the global aerospace and defense telemetry market reached a value of US$ 16.5 Billion in 2019. Telemetry is the automated procedure that is used for the wireless transmission of measurements to a command station from a remote

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Scotland declares digital identity pilot a success, UK’s service faces latest call to shut down

Scotland declares digital identity pilot a success, UK’s service faces latest call to shut down

The UK government’s digital identity service has returned to its usual pattern of negative feedback and calls for its closure, while Scotland’s government, which rejected the service from the outset, believes it has found a better way to authenticate people for government services.

A digital identity prototype trialed by Scotland’s government has been declared a success by Policy Lead for Digital Identity Gavin Ross, Computer Weekly reports.

The 10-week test

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The rot in our electronic media runs deeper than rigged ratings

If anyone believes that the television rating points (TRPs) scandal is only about some channels fighting for advertising traction, he or she would be naïve. On the surface, it is indeed about a couple of channels trying to game the system by paying some households to keep their TV sets switched to their programmes. TRPs can be manipulated, just as readership surveys of newspapers can, and just as election surveys

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How A Former ELLE Accessories Editor Found A Super New Career

Former Elle accessories director Maria Dueñas Jacobs may have left the world of media, but her passion for a little sparkle is alive and well with her new children’s accessories brand inspired by her love of jewels. With the help of her three young daughters, she  launched Super Smalls, which brings a bit of mommy glam to the younger gen. She tells us how she created the line (prepare for

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Best laptops 2020: Reviews and buying advice

The best laptops of 2020 are experiencing a seismic shift. First we saw the launches of AMD’s Ryzen 4000 and Intel’s Comet Lake-H mobile CPUs in January, marking a real fight for the first time ever: Ryzen 4000’s cores vs. Intel’s clock speeds. Then in September, Intel launched its Tiger Lake CPUs for thin-and-light laptops, promising yet again that thanks to flexible clock speeds, it would hammer Ryzen 4000. Or

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Apple’s full-size iPhone 12 costs at least $100 more than last year’s iPhone 11

  • One of the biggest changes to the iPhone lineup this year deals with its segmentation and pricing.
  • Apple changed its iPhone lineup so that the entry-level new model advertised at $699 is now a Mini device with a smaller screen. The regular iPhone 12 costs $799, $100 more than the iPhone 11 did when it came out.
  • If the iPhone 12 becomes the most popular of Apple’s current models, as
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How to mandate agility in software development, operations, and data science

Even when leaders proclaim in their townhalls that your organization needs to be more agile and nimble, they can’t mandate it. Your CIO and IT leaders may standardize on practices, metrics, and responsibilities that they describe as agile methodology standards, but they can’t dictate that everyone adopts agile cultures and mindsets.

You can select agile tools, automate more with devops practices, and enable citizen data science programs, but you can’t

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Need a new laptop? Score up to 40% off top brands like Apple and HP on Prime Day

Our editors independently selected these items because we think you will enjoy them and might like them at these prices. If you purchase something through our links, we may earn a commission. Pricing and availability are accurate as of publish time. Learn more about Shop TODAY.

Prime Day was created by Amazon which has an affiliate relationship with TODAY. Whenever you buy an Amazon product through our site, Amazon pays

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Amazon Dropped Early Prime Day Deals on Top-Rated Home Items Like Smart Plugs, Robot Vacuums, and More

Amazon’s exclusive shopping event officially starts tomorrow, but we’ll let you in on a little secret: There are tons of early Prime Day deals you can shop right now, including some on big-ticket items for your home. 



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If you’re looking to spruce up your living space, you’ll definitely want to start shopping the slew of home deals that are already live ASAP, because things are

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Plaza Home Mortgage reinstates support of AIME

Plaza Home Mortgage announced it will reinstate its support of the Association of Independent Mortgage Experts after the announcement last week that former AIME chairman Anthony Casa, would be permanently stepping down as head of the association.

Over the July 4 holiday this year, Casa sent a video to Quicken Loans Vice President Austin Niemiec, where he made comments of a sexual nature about Niemiec’s wife. Niemiec’s wife, Theresa Niemiec, 

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A quest for faster upstream bandwidth

I’ll begin this post, as I do sometimes, with a flashback. Long-time readers may vaguely recall that back in mid-2007, while still living in Sacramento, CA, I briefly test-drove SureWest’s 50 Mbps fiber-based symmetrical broadband service, part of a triple-play bundle that also included VoIP and IPTV. The “infriggincredible” reaction I penned in response to my initial post-installation testing results still makes me smile; keep in mind that I wrote

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Four tips to enhance communication and collaboration in insurance

The pandemic has profoundly affected the way insurance companies operate. Previously, insurance agents were accustomed to interacting with prospects in person, but now, with social distancing a norm, all customer communication must be done over audio or video calls.

To address these challenges, insurers need to streamline their communication processes, build customer relationships remotely, and adapt to the situation in order to maintain a competitive edge.

According to McKinsey’s January

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Why Early Color Film Was an Incredible Headache for the CIA

Declassified is an original Phoblographer series that digs deep into historical documents to examine how the government used photography.

We previously reported on how aerial color film photography was a headache for the CIA. But the problem wasn’t just with aerial photography. One document in the late 1960s tells about all the checks and concerns there were about color film. Today, you’d easily think it was standard fare. The

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Siemens and University of New Mexico to Update Microgrid

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Siemens and the University of New Mexico (UNM) will soon upgrade the smart grid center in Albuquerque with some of the latest technology for microgrids, electrical generation, power use and storage.

Two UNM graduate students, who are also involved in the NM SMART Grid Center project, working at the Mesa del Sol microgrid site in 2019. Credit: NM EPSCoR/NM SMART Grid Center

A National Science Foundation (NSF) award amendment announcement

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LIVE BLOG: Cardinals vs. Jets

After consecutive losses, the 2-2 Arizona Cardinals have a golden chance to get back over .500 against the 0-4 New York Jets. It is a matchup that on paper looks like a sure thing, but the cliché that anything can happen on “any given Sunday” is a saying for a reason. 

This could be a telling game for where the Cardinals stand after the first game of the second quarter

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