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By: Justin Lafleur, Lehigh Sports Communications
 
While the last 18 months have brought lots of change and uncertainty to collegiate sports, Lehigh Athletics remains steadfast in its commitment to student-athlete development and continues to find opportunities for learning, growing and leading.
 
This year, Lehigh Athletics is excited to leverage the strength of its High Performance Development Team through a variety of technology platforms. Two of these companies with whom the department will partner, The Zone and GamePlan (who recently merged with InXAthlete), are founded by former student-athletes. Both encourage ownership by the individual of their

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It was a pitch tuned for a politically polarized audience. Erik Finman, a 22-year-old who called himself the world’s youngest Bitcoin millionaire, posted a video on Twitter for a new kind of smartphone that he said would liberate Americans from their “Big Tech overlords.”

His splashy video, posted in July, had stirring music, American flags and references to former Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Donald J. Trump. Conservative pundits hawked Mr. Finman’s Freedom Phone, and his video amassed 1.8 million views. Mr. Finman soon had thousands of orders for the $500 device.

Then came the hard part: Building and delivering

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Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has deployed a “linear generator”—a new mobile power generation technology using natural gas and directed renewable biogas to displace existing diesel generation—at its Angwin distribution microgrid site in Napa County.

Working with a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC and Mainspring Energy, PG&E deployed the Mainspring linear generator as part of its commitment to integrate cleaner generation solutions for replacement power during emergencies like winter storms or earthquakes, and Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) events.

Currently, PG&E strategically deploys mobile, diesel generators across its service area during emergencies and PSPS outages to rapidly re-energize

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Published 09-01-21

Submitted by T-Mobile

BELLEVUE, Wash., September 1, 2021 /CSRwire/ – 5G is powering new innovations that help us live healthier lives. T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) has kicked off its Fall 2021 T-Mobile Accelerator Wellness Technology Program. For the next few months, the following handpicked startups will work directly with technologists and business leaders at T-Mobile to build the next big thing in 5G technologies that promote wellness and improve quality of life. These participants are building breakthrough innovations in personal health wearables and applications, from smart glasses for Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals, to fitness devices and smart

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Have you ever missed capturing the perfect photo or video opportunity because you got hung up getting to your smartphone’s camera app in time? Your phone likely has a number of shortcuts built into its software and settings, although some may be less obvious than others. Here’s a quick guide to getting the speed you need so you don’t miss your moment.

Need the camera now? With most recent iPhones running iOS 14, just swipe left from the lock screen to go directly to the camera app. Pressing the camera icon in the bottom-right corner of the

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The world’s largest mobile boat lift prepares for its first load, a landing craft owned by the Royal Bahamas Defence Force, July 2021 (Image courtesy Derecktor)

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Sep 1, 2021 1:03 PM by

Cimolai Technology





Cimolai Technology has beaten its own records by supplying the biggest mobile boat hoist ever built to one of the company’s best clients, Derecktor Shipyards. The 1500-ton unit is now in service in a new refit yard that Derecktor recently built in Fort Pierce, Florida, and it will be the third Cimolai Technology boat lifter to be

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