Month: August 2022

Cineworld, the globe’s second largest exhibitor, today provided an update on its current trading, liquidity position and capital structure. The company, which also owns Regal in the U.S., said it is in “active discussions with various stakeholders and is evaluating various strategic options to both obtain additional liquidity and potentially restructure its balance sheet through
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TAMPA, Fla. — Scottish startup R3-IoT rebranded as Krucial Aug. 18 amid plans to expand its connectivity solutions for remote sensors out of the aquaculture market. The venture launched a software platform called Krucial Connect to enable a wider variety of customers to tap into its gateways, which use satellites and cellular networks to transmit
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Apple has released the iOS 15.6.1, iPadOS 15.6.1, and macOS Monterey 12.5.1 updates. The three security updates bring fixes for a Kernel and a WebKit vulnerability. With the macOS Monterey 12.5.1 update, Apple fixes an issue that allowed an application to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges. Apple said that this issue may have been
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When I was to leave Beirut to study in Norwich, I distinctly remember the depth of concern in my mother’s words: Վստա՞հ 3 տոպրակ զաաթարը բաւարար է ամբողջ մէկ տարուայ համար? You sure 3 packs of za’atar are enough for a whole year? I also distinctly remember not knowing how to respond to the various
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Sharper image: the photon ring surrounding M87* (in orange) shown with the diffuse background light represented by contour lines. (Courtesy: Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics) A sharp ring of light created by photons racing around the back of a supermassive black hole has been spotted by researchers working on the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT). The
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The government can incentivize satellite developers by requiring all future satellites to incorporate hardware for space situational awareness and maneuverability.   The concept of rapid movement to keep an enemy off-balance is as old as war itself.  Known in military circles as “maneuver warfare,” this mode of fighting has occurred in every domain, from land to
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