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Updated on December 13, 2021 by healthlines
There is a tidal wave of Omicron coming, which has the potential to cause significant disruption In populations with low levels of immunity. With mile-long lines at the gas stations, empty supermarket shelves, soaring prices, and nothing working,… Read More
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Updated on December 25, 2021 by healthlines
World celebrates Christmas 2021. A giant sand sculpture of Santa Claus appeared on the beach at Bay of Bengal in India’s eastern Odisha state. If Covid-19 has taught us anything, it is that a whole-of-society approach is needed… Read More
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Updated on January 2, 2022 by healthlines
The dollar is heading into a precarious year of uncertainty, volatility and moments of existential dread. Headlines about rising wages for frontline workers often obscure the reality that wage levels are still low. Main reason they are thinking about… Read More
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Updated on December 1, 2021 by healthlines
The real politick of this comes down to the costs of fixing the altimeters, just like the wheelchairs, hearing aids and the pacemakers. So what are we seeing today that might be the next big world-changing trend? 5G appears to… Read More
Category: Covid-19, English, Europe, Nederlands, Tech, Worldwide Tags: 5g, 6g, ai, airplanes, altimeters, america, app, apple, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, auto, big data, care, china, city, cold war, communication, covid-19, crisis, crisisdata, cyberattacks, data, data context, digitalisering, direct search, disasters, economics, emergency, energie, ericsson, europa, ffm, future, game-changer, global, hearing aids, how to, huawei, hurricanes, india, infrastructure, innovation, investment, iot, latency, machine learning, masks, naslagwerk/reference, networks, nokia, o-ran, oxygen, pacemaker, patents, politics, privacy, productivity, real-time, research, roi, search, smart city, software, spectrum, sustainability, swiss army, tags, telecommunications, telehealth, topics, transformation, transmission, urbanism, verizon, virtual, vulnerability, wheelchairs, wildfires, wireless