Retailer Claims PlayStation 5 Accessories Will Launch a Week Early in UK

Apparently, Sony will allow UK-based PlayStation fans to get their hands on PlayStation 5 accessories on November 12th, one week ahead of the console’s November 19th launch date in the region. This includes all of the next-gen peripherals, even the DualSense controller. Whether or not this turn of events applies to other territories set to receive the console on November 19th presently remains to be seen.

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Large screen-size tablets in demand for the first time, claims Strategy Analytics

Due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, many people are spending the majority of their time staying inside the house. This has led to a rise in demand for consumer electronics, especially laptops and tablets.

Now, the latest report from Strategy Analytics claims that the global sales rate for the tablets is expected to increase by 1 percent year-on-year to 160.8 million units this year. It adds that people are buying

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FuelCell Energy Disputes Misleading Claims of Short Seller

DANBURY, Conn., Oct. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FuelCell Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: FCEL) (“FuelCell Energy” or the “Company”) yesterday became aware of claims made by an apparent short seller about the Company that are misleading and contain factual inaccuracies. FuelCell Energy emphatically denies these claims related to its disclosures with respect to the LIPA 2 and LIPA 3 power project awards.

These awards are not, and never have been, part

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CAFC in Voip-Pal’s IPR Challenged Claims

In a succinct opinion, the Federal Circuit ordered a remedy which raises questions thought to have been settled in SAS Institute Inc. v. Iancu, namely whether the Patent Trial and Appeal Board can address only some of the claims challenged in an IPR proceeding.  Based on the affirmance of a related district court proceeding invalidating some claims, the court vacated a portion of the Board’s

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Federal Circuit Shoots Down Apple Bid to Strike Certain Voip-Pal Claims Upheld by PTAB

“[A] sanction which may sound the death knell for important [patent] rights and interests . . . should be used as a weapon of last, rather than first, resort.”

https://depositphotos.com/153617898/stock-photo-outdoor-signage-board-with-apple.htmlIn the latest episode of a long-running saga between Apple and Voip-Pal, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on Friday denied Apple’s request to reverse the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s (PTAB’s) determination that 15 claims of Voip-Pal’s

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General Dynamics Information Technology awarded $306 million Department of Veterans Affairs task order to modernize benefits claims processing

GDIT will accelerate veteran benefits claims processing through digital modernization of military records and data automation.

RESTON, Va., Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), a business unit of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), announced today it was awarded the File Conversion Services task order under the Veterans Intake, Conversion, and Communication Services (VICCS) program by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Veterans Benefit Administration (VBA). The

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Maddow Blog | Unemployment claims inch lower, but remain high



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When it comes to weekly unemployment filings, our whole understanding of “normal” flew out the window six months ago. For example, as regular readers know, it was considered a catastrophe during the Great Recession when jobless claims topped 600,000.

But in 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic started taking a brutal toll on the U.S. economy, Americans confronted an entirely new set of standards — to the point that it seemed

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AT&T Communications CEO Talks 6G, Claims iPhone 12 5G Launch Won’t Spark Mass Upgrades

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Many analysts are expecting that the next generation of smartphones from Apple will represent a “mass upgrade” opportunity as customers look to upgrade older phones. The general idea is that many Apple customers have been sitting on the sidelines with older devices (i.e., first-generation iPhone SE, iPhone 8, etc.) waiting for the next big thing in smartphones to arrive: 5G connectivity.

However, AT&T Communications CEO Jeff McElfresh is throwing some

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Maddow Blog | Unemployment claims point in discouraging direction as crisis lingers



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When it comes to weekly unemployment filings, our whole understanding of “normal” flew out the window six months ago. For example, as regular readers know, it was considered a catastrophe during the Great Recession when jobless claims topped 600,000.

But in 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic started taking a brutal toll on the U.S. economy, Americans confronted an entirely new set of standards — to the point that it seemed

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Maddow Blog | On Supreme Court, Trump claims a popular mandate he didn’t earn

It’s not often that iconic figures from American public life issue dying wishes, but as Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s health started failing, the U.S. Supreme Court justice thought it was necessary to make her wishes known.

“My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed,” Ginsburg told her granddaughter in the days before her death.

To the surprise of no one, Donald Trump

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Apple iPhone 12 won’t feature 120Hz display support, claims Ming-Chi Kuo

As the launch for the Apple iPhone 12 nears, more and more details about the upcoming next-generation smartphone series keep surfacing online. In the latest development, well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has shed light on the display of the phone.

He has claimed that the iPhone 12 won’t come with support for 120Hz refresh rate display and the reason cited for the same is battery life considerations, reports MacRumors. Kuo adds

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Maddow Blog | Trump hilariously claims Biden won’t protect key ACA benefit

Donald Trump delivered two speeches at the Republican National Convention a few weeks ago, and both included the same specific lie: “We will always and very strongly protect patients with pre-existing conditions.”

As regular readers know, the truth is politically inconvenient, but stubbornly inflexible: the Republican president fought to strip Americans with pre-existing conditions of their current protections — those established by the Democrats’ Affordable Care Act — through

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Maddow Blog | The economic ‘recovery’ is not what Trump claims it is

In recent months, analyses of the economy have focused not only on metrics and data, but on identifying the proper letter of the alphabet. Will the economy look like an “L,” dropping sharply and staying low? Will the recovery look more like a “W,” falling, then rising, then dropping again before returning to normal? Perhaps we should expect more of a “U,” which would offer more gradual gains?

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Ads over Mass. Right to Repair campaign full of misleading claims

There’s no question cars have become more complicated computers on four wheels.



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A car port that allows repair shops to access vehicle data. More vehicle data is being transmitted wirelessly.

And like the computers we all carry around in our pockets, many cars are transmitting data wirelessly now. Access to that data is really what Question 1 is about, but it’s hard to sort through the facts from

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Ads over Right to Repair campaign full of misleading claims

There’s no question cars have become more complicated computers on four wheels.And like the computers we all carry around in our pockets, many cars are transmitting data wirelessly now. Access to that data is really what Question 1 is about, but it’s hard to sort through the facts from the ads on the issue.An ad from the group opposing passing the Right to Repair bill says, “If question 1 passes … Read More

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ALYI Features Electric Vehicle Design Team With More Than 200 Patentable Claims

DALLAS, Sept. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Alternet Systems, Inc. (USOTC: ALYI) prepares to reveal and feature its industry leading, innovative electric vehicle design program behind the ALYI Rideshare Electric Motorcycle designed to augment the current Sub-Saharan motorcycle taxi (boda boda) market capacity and in the long-term, evolve the entire motorcycle fleet into a safer and environmentally sustainable ecosystem.

Next week, on Friday, September 11, 2020, the company’s industrial

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Nintendo Switch: New, premium version of games console planned with 4K graphics and more computing power, report claims | The Independent

Nintendo could be planning a new, premium version of the Switch with 4K graphics and better performance, according to new reports.

The company is planning to release a version of the portable console with better specifications next year, according to a new Bloomberg report, which follows other similar leaks from the supply chain.

The original Switch was released in 2017. While Nintendo has released other versions since – including upgrading

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