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Fresh Findings - 9th to 15th October 2021

Scientists Develop New “Unbreakable Glass” Inspired by Nature – 3x Stronger, 5x More Fracture-Resistant

While techniques like tempering and laminating can help reinforce glass, they are costly and no longer work once the surface is damaged. “Until now there were trade-offs between high strength, toughness, and transparency. Our new material is not only three times stronger than the normal glass, but also more than five times more fracture-resistant,” says Allen Ehrlicher, an Associate Professor in the Department of Bioengineering at McGill University.

#UnbreakableGlass #Nature #FractureResistant #McGillUniversity

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Apple's iPhone partner Foxconn Technology unveils first electric vehicles

Foxconn is the largest assembler of iPhones, giving it an edge as a potential carmaker partner for Apple as the U.S. company weighs expanding into vehicles. As part of its aggressive push into cars, Foxconn agreed in late September to spend $280 million on the purchase of an auto plant in Ohio from embattled start-up Lordstown Motors.

#Apple #Iphone #FoxconnTechnology #ElectricVehicles

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Top strategic technology trends for 2022

“It is an overarching drive for organizations to do more with and scale the digital environments they have been rapidly developing during the pandemic,” said David Groombridge, research vice president at Gartner. “Most of these trends define technologies that together show how businesses will reconnect with partners and consumers to create scalable, resilient technical foundations for the future.” Gartner unwrapped its forecast at its virtual IT Symposium/Xpo Americas this week.

#Gartner #StrategicTechnology #AI #ArtificialIntelligence #DistributedEnterprise #DataFabrics #SecurityGrowing

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Connectivity Technologies for the Next Billion People

As the internet becomes ever more pervasive in the way we live and work, the technologies used to bring people online have not kept pace. Even as per person data consumption increases by 20-30% every year, nearly half the world is being left behind — either lacking adequate access to the internet, or remaining completely unconnected.

#Connectivity #Technology #FacebookConnectivity # InnovativeTechnologies

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The IoT technology market is expected to grow from USD 384.5 billion in 2021 to USD 566.4 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 6.7%

The market growth can be attributed to several factors, such as the emergence of 5G communications technology, increasing necessity of data centers due to rising adoption of cloud platforms, growing use of wireless smart sensors and networks, and increased IP address space and better security solutions made available through IPv6.

#IoT #InternetOfThings #TechnologyMarket #MarketGrowth

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Post-pandemic reality: How COVID-19 raised the relevance of legal technology

Law and the legal profession have always had the prophetic guidance aura to it, and that is being questioned. It is a practice where even the age-old colonial processes of wigs and cloaks are continuing. With this sort of traditional picture, the intermingling of technology was a far-fetched idea. But, change is the only constant. Technology needed to prove its merits for the legal aspect, and the pandemic helped it in giving ample proof.

#Pandemic #LegalTechnology #Covid19 #Law #LegalProfession

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