Has Cambium Networks (CMBM) outperformed other IT and tech stocks this year?

Bloomberg Race to avert disaster at China’s biggest ‘bad bank’ (Bloomberg) – It was past 9 p.m. on Financial Street in Beijing when the character inside the Huarong Tower took an ink brush and, with trained strokes, began to put characters on paper. entrepreneur, Chinese Communist Party official – and, …

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Mixed trend in rubber – the Hindu BusinessLine

The rubber spot was in a mixed mood on Monday. RSS 4 continued to close unchanged at ₹ 172 per kg, according to traders and the Rubber Board. According to reports, foreclosure restrictions continued to weigh on sentiment, although tight supplies should extend further price support. Meanwhile, RSS 5 and …

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TCS CodeVita wins Guinness for the world’s largest computer programming competition

Tata Consultancy Services’ programming competition, TCS CodeVita, won a Guinness World Records title for the world’s largest computer programming competition. “The ninth season of TCS CodeVita has won a Guinness World Records title as the world’s largest computer programming competition with 136,054 entrants from 34 countries,” the computer giant said …

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PM Modi joins crucial BJP, RSS meets on UP electoral strategy one year ahead of polls

The BJP has started work on the party’s electoral strategy for the assembly election in Uttar Pradesh, fearing that the handling of the Covid-19 crisis could negatively impact the party’s prospects in the poll crucial next year. Several top leaders have gathered in recent days to discuss the way forward …

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Channel 10 commissioned CELEBRITY MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA to fill the programming black hole?

Channel 10 is set to overtake Masterchef Australia again in 2021 with reports today that the network has ordered a Celebrity version of the kitchen format. The Media Journal column in The Australian reports today that Channel 10 has signed a new season of Celebrity Masterchef Australia. The commissioning of …

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How the Sangh Parivar brings the northeast to the Ram page

MARGHERITA, ASSAM: The months of January and February have been hectic for Harish Saikia and Rubul Chetia from Margherita, a small town in the far corner of Assam, not far from the border with Myanmar. The duo were among the 13,000 or so kayrakarta of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and …

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Calls on Canberra to support biotech, as medical tech companies wait for funding

One of the country’s most seasoned biotech investors urged the federal government to do more to support the sector, as medical tech companies wait for funding to come from a $ 1.5 billion program to boost manufacturing in Australia. The life sciences industry applauded the $ 1.5 billion “modern manufacturing …

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Sphero Indi is a robotic little car that helps kids learn programming

Robotic learning toys are becoming more common in the market as children turn more to STEM learning. As a result, we’ve seen several modular and advanced robotic toys designed to help kids learn basic programming and problem-solving concepts. And the Sphero indi is not that different. The Sphero indi Developed …

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Oil drillers and bitcoin miners tie in with natural gas

On US oil plots stretching along the Rockies and Great Plains, trailers hitched to trucks climbed up to well pads to capture natural gas and convert it on-site into electricity. The trailers – carrying pipes, generators and computers – are called “mining platforms”. But their owners are not there to …

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Valley News Column: Data is extremely powerful and creates immense vulnerabilities

America created cyberspace in its own image – free, open, decentralized, distributed and autonomous. If the Internet had been created in China or Russia, its architecture would have been very different. Unfortunately, its very openness and freedom have become the source of its vulnerabilities. Authoritarian nations find the freedom of …

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