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RuggON Launches Vehicle Mount Computer Providing Exceptional Performance for Logistics and Heavy-duty Applications – Press Release

VULCAN X, an application-oriented Rugged Computer for any harsh environment

Taipei, Taiwan – September 17, 2020 – RuggON Corporation, a leading-edge mobile computing solution provider, announces the VULCAN X rugged vehicle-mount computer. Based around a high-visibility 10.4-inch display, this versatile device upgrades any vehicle, and its crew, into a productive asset in the corporate IoT (Internet of Things) – reporting and responding to real-time events, reliably and rapidly. VULCAN X is ideal for cold chain, logistics, warehousing, and heavy-duty vehicles in agriculture, recycling, waste management, and mining. It is perfect for port and cargo cranes.

Rugged Power – Industrial-grade Computing for Extreme Environments

At the heart of the VULCAN X is a powerful computing platform designed on industry standards. Based on the 8th gen Intel® Core™ i5-8365UE 1.6GHz, this device is compatible with Windows 10 IoT Enterprise.

The fully rugged design makes the most of the IP66, MIL-STD 810H, and

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Senior Biden campaign cybersecurity expert participated in racist internet troll group

A senior cybersecurity adviser to Joe Biden’s presidential campaign spent years affiliating with a hacking organization and boasted on a personal blog about breaking into her neighbor’s computers.

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Jackie Singh, who joined the Biden campaign in July as a senior cyber incident responder and threat analyst, was an affiliate of the hacking organization the Gay N—– Association of America, once headed by white nationalist Andrew Auernheimer.

Logs obtained by the Washington Examiner from various Internet Relay Chat rooms, a messaging platform dating back to the 1980s which is popular with hackers, show Singh as a contributor to a toxic culture of overt racism. In August, Singh wrote on Twitter that her role with the Biden campaign focused on “working tirelessly to ensure the digital safety of this campaign.”

From 2009 to 2016, Singh, under the username “jax,” routinely spammed advertising for the GNAA, which

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Applications still open for Roanoke County social services utility relief program | Local News

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The Roanoke County Department of Social Services is offering financial assistance for those affected by COVID-19.

The Roanoke County Department of Social Services has paid more than $135,000 in unpaid and overdue bills for those experiencing job losses during the coronavirus pandemic.

Roanoke County, Vinton and Salem contributed a combined $600,000 of their Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act funding to the assistance program, which began in mid-July. The federal CARES Act is intended to assist local and state governments with expenses that arose due to the pandemic and mandated closures.

Joanna Spar, the assistant director of benefits, said the department has received 177 applications. Some people who applied were not eligible, but she said a large number of people have been approved.

Citizens in the three localities are eligible to apply if they lost their job, had their hours cut, were furloughed,

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Rowan College of South Jersey’s ‘Suit a Student’ tailor-made for the internet

Rowan College of South Jersey and Brooks Brothers’ fourth annual “Suit A Student” career readiness fashion show, originally planned as a live event in April, has reemerged well-tailored for social distancing requirements.

This year, 14 student participants and 1 RCSJ employee and member of the American Association for Women in Community Colleges will walk the virtual runway during an online presentation 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16.

Traditionally held in the college’s Fine Arts Center, changes were put in place to ensure the safety of students, staff and other participants. The web show will blend live components such as messages from college president Frederick Keating and dean of business studies Patricia Claghorn with prerecorded runway segments filmed individually with each student, using minimal staff and under strict COVID-19 safety guidelines. Runway fashion commentary will be provided by Gloucester Premium Outlets Brooks Brothers store manager Fernando Arroyo and the evening will conclude

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Internet of Things In Healthcare Market 2020 Global Growth Analysis, Opportunities and forecast to 2026 Presents “Internet of Things In Healthcare Market, by Technology (Wi-Fi, Satellite, Cellular, ZigBee, Bluetooth Low Energy, and Near Field Communication), By Componen” New Document to its Studies Database

The report comprises the study of the Internet of Things In Healthcare market for the review period from 2020 to 2026. The market has been analyzed as per the parameters of Porter’s Five Factor. Further, the market has been classified on the basis of various grounds to provide an insightful market analysis. The report is a comprehensive study of the industry. It contains an informative insight that offers the definition of market, applications, and the manufacturing technique used. Further, the report provides various factors that influence the Internet of Things In Healthcare market. Also, the report offers various risks faced by the industrialists. In short, the report gives an acute market insight into the market with 2020 as the

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Alabama internet vouchers are in the mail, state agency says

Alabama families waiting for vouchers to cover internet service should find them in their mailboxes not later than the end of this week, according to the agency handling the voucher program, called Alabama Broadband Connectivity for Students.

“As of (Sept. 4), all 250,000 letters have been mailed out to families with children enrolled in the National School Lunch Program but it will take a few days for all of them to land in mailboxes,” according to Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs Communication Chief Mike Presley. Those 250,000 vouchers should cover up to 450,000 children, as only one voucher was mailed for each eligible family.

Vouchers began being mailed on Aug. 24.

“The staggered mailing was designed to avoid overloading internet service providers and to enable them to take orders by phone without causing long delays on the phone for families calling to place orders.”

The vouchers, good for

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13 new learning centers will open up Monday

The district said this is not like reopening schools. These centers are for vulnerable children who cannot learn at home due to lack of internet.

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Guilford County Schools will be opening learning centers in 13 schools for students who lack internet access.

Starting Monday, August 31, the centers will open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays during remote learning. 

RELATED: ‘If you can open up a learning center, why can’t you open up Guilford County schools?’

Students at the centers can use the district’s high-speed internet capabilities to access digital content and complete assignments. After Labor Day, students at the center will be able to access live, online instruction provided by their teachers.

While the service is free, advanced registration is required.

“It’s on a first come, first serve basis but preference is given to students who do not have broadband connectivity at home,” Chief

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Global Internet of Things and Traceability for Food & Beverage

Prophecy Market Insights

The global internet of things and traceability for food & beverage manufacturing market accounted for US$ 6.0 billion in 2019 and is estimated to be US$ 14.4 billion by 2029 and is anticipated to register a CAGR of 9.2%

The report “Global Internet of Things and Traceability for Food & Beverage Manufacturing Market, By Components (Product and Software), By Application (Supply Chain Management, Traceability, & Product Recall, Consumer Transparency, Food Safety & Quality Control, Inventory Management, and Others), and By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa) – Trends, Analysis and Forecast till 2029”.

Key Highlights:

Nestlé has integrated Telefonica’s Smart m2m Solution, a platform for managing and controlling IoT communications, in order to make more detailed adjustments to the taste of its coffee. The company is also using IoT to allow remote configuration of equipment and help predictive maintenance.

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Internet ETFs to Keep Soaring Amid Coronavirus Crisis

The coronavirus outbreak continues to aggravate in the United States as it recorded 35,112 new cases and 445 virus-related deaths on Aug 17, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The world’s largest economy has already seen more than 5.4 million coronavirus cases along with at least 170,000 fatalities. Per a CNN report, around 189,000 coronavirus deaths in the United States are currently expected by Sep 5, with a possible range of 181,375 to 201,431 deaths, according to an ensemble forecast published by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The second half of 2020 is expected to keep facing the brunt of the pandemic as the second wave of the outbreak is gathering steam.In the current scenario, the rising work-from-home and online shopping trend, increasing digital payments, growing video streaming and soaring video game sales are slowly becoming the “new normal.” With the new trends making way, Internet

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China Embraces Bigger Internet with Virtually Unlimited IP Addresses | Voice of America

China is pushing for the adoption of a new worldwide Internet Protocol that could make the internet bigger and faster, but also potentially less anonymous. The technology, called IPv6, is an upgrade of the internet’s architecture that would allow trillions more electronic devices to have unique addresses online.

At a global summit held in Guangdong, China, July 30-31, the country’s top internet agencies called for a new IP-only Internet. “The initiative proposed that 2020 be the first year for the global large-scale acceleration of the deployment of pure IPv6,” the state-run Xinhua news agency reported last Friday.

Designed to replace the version 4 protocol that the current internet mostly depends on, IPv6 is an upgraded version of the architecture that creates the unique “addresses” that allow computer networks around the world to communicate with one another.

A larger and faster internet, but at what cost?  

As the first widely deployed

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