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Global High Silica Zeolite Market 2019 –  UOP (Honeywell), CECA (Arkema), BASF, Zeochem AG, Tosoh Corporation

Global High Silica Zeolite Market 2019 – UOP (Honeywell), CECA (Arkema), BASF, Zeochem AG, Tosoh Corporation

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The research report delivers a valuable data that enlightens the most imperative sectors of the High Silica Zeolite Market. Report further features in-depth industry insights of every element with detailed research categorization based on the type, application, geographical regions, outcomes and other range of related segments. The report further highlights demand and supply outcomes, estimated statistics which comprises revenue, average selling price, demand ratio, and values associated to make the prediction reliable. This report covers a comprehensive study of the global market for High Silica Zeolite by estimating the industry dynamics such as growth drivers, restraining factors, and opportunities at length. The examination of the prominent trends, driving forces, and the challenges...
Samsung Q2 Profit Down by 56% and Huawei Might be Behind the Drop

Samsung Q2 Profit Down by 56% and Huawei Might be Behind the Drop

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Samsung is among the top electronics giant in the world. Over the years, the tech company has been only been rivaled by other giants like Apple and Google. However, the Chinese tech giant Huawei, is another strong rival and analysts have suggested that this company is given less attention than it deserves as it may be responsible for the cut in Samsung's Q2 profit.  Samsung Profit Down By 56%, Could Huawei Be Responsible? Today, Samsung released a guidance report which revealed that the company is expecting its profit to drop by at least 4% by the end of the year. It also stated that the profit for Q2 is down by more than 56% from one year ago. According to reports on The Verge, this is going to be the first time the company is recording such a huge loss since the third quarter of 2016
Apple Poaches Mike Filippo, Lead Engineer, From ARM As It Continues It Race To Ditch Competitors

Apple Poaches Mike Filippo, Lead Engineer, From ARM As It Continues It Race To Ditch Competitors

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Apple isn't taking things lightly in its goal to ditch competing companies like Intel and others. The tech giant recently poached Mike Filippo, one of the top engineers at ARM. This happened shortly after Apple announced that it would be integrating custom processors in its Macs soon. Filippo is the architect who took the lead in the development of several ARM CPU designs.  Apple Tries To Increase The Edge It Has Over Competitors Earlier in the year, the head architect for the company's processors, Gérard Williams left the company. According to reports from Bloomberg, Filippo will most likely fill the vacancy that was left by William's exit. According to Filippo's professional profile on Linkedin, he has been working as an architect with Apple since May. Even if the company hasn't anno
Boeing Makes Final Adjustments to 737 MAX Planes as it Awaits Certification

Boeing Makes Final Adjustments to 737 MAX Planes as it Awaits Certification

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The chief executive of Boeing says that the company has completed 120 test flight using the updated software. Boeing CEO, Dennis Muilenburg, on Wednesday, revealed that the company is working hard to get certification for the updated software of its 737 Max planes. The Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9 jets were grounded worldwide after the Ethiopia Airlines crash on March 10. It will be recalled that the Ethiopian Airline disaster was the second crash involving the Boeing 737 Max in a space of six months. The first incident happened in Indonesia in October 2018 and it claimed the lives of 346 passengers and crew members. After the second debacle, investigators began to look into possible causes of the crash. They eventually concluded that the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System...
Apple Battles Qualcomm In San Diego Court Over Illegal Patent Licensing Practices

Apple Battles Qualcomm In San Diego Court Over Illegal Patent Licensing Practices

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Tech giant, Apple, has started off a jury trial against Qualcomm in San Diego. The trial which is expected to last for five weeks began on Monday before Judge Gonzalo Curiel in the San Diego federal high court. In the lawsuit filed by Apple Inc. in 2017, the company accused Qualcomm of engaging in illegal patent licensing practices and are therefore asking for $27 billion in damages. Qualcomm, on the other hand, has said that Apple forced its longstanding business partners to stop paying some royalties. They have asked that Apple pay the sum of $15 billion in damages. The lawsuit is basically about the modem chips that connect devices like the Apple watch and iPhone to wireless data networks. In the last two months, the battle between Qualcomm and Apple has been nothing short of ...
Google’s Sensorvault Being Used by Law Enforcement Agents to Tap Location Data

Google’s Sensorvault Being Used by Law Enforcement Agents to Tap Location Data

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According to a new report on the New York Times, law enforcement agents have been using Google to close criminal cases when they hit roadblocks and their leads grow cold. The information that is gathered by Google's Sensorvault database is used by the tech giant to track ad performance and serve targeted ads but has now become an effective tool in the fight against crime. The Sensorvault database is efficient as it contains location details of millions of Google devices around the world. All the law enforcement agencies need to do is use a geofence warrant to request for the required information from Google. It has become increasingly popular in the United States in recent months as over 180 geofence requests are sent in weekly. When asked about the issues, Google did not give specif...
Disney Plus, Soon to Launch its Streaming Service

Disney Plus, Soon to Launch its Streaming Service

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Multinational mass media and entertainment conglomerate, Disney, has said that it will be unveiling its streaming service soon. The streaming service which is known as Disney+ was announced by Google this week and it will be available in North America by November. In some markets, however, it is will take much longer. According to Disney, the delay in launch is a result of the company's plans to retrieve the rights to some of the contents it sold out to other streaming platforms before it made the decision to develop its own platform. The firm said that it will take about four years for all the deals to expire. When Disney+ eventually hits the streaming market, the service will feature some of the company's major franchises, including National Geographic, the work of Pixar, Star ...