© Powered by ClutchPoints 09/22/17 The Brooklyn Nets dropped to 9-11 this season with a 12-point win at Indiana on Friday. After an offense that allowed the Nets to take control early, Brooklyn's defense gave up 71 points on 21-of-40 shooting (52.5%) in the second half. The Nets are already ranked 20th in the year-end … Read moreNets Film Study: Inside Brooklyns Defensive Struggles In Disappointing Loss To Indiana
A whole new breed of smartphone camera lens is expected to arrive in 2023, dramatically improving photo and video capture at higher zoom levels. Developed by Chinese tech company Tecno Mobile, the new technology called "Eagle Eye Lens" can not only track moving objects, but also keep them in the center of the frame, which … Read moreWill IPhones And Galaxies Adopt This Radical New Smartphone Camera Technology?
Thanksgiving is over and you can go to Art Basel Miami Beach. Open the suitcase. What are you packing now? As the heavyweights of the art world flock to Miami Beach for the annual art fair, Miami Art Week experiences an all-time spring break craze. But what do these art world protagonists actually bring on … Read moreHow Do You Pack For Art Basel Miami? The Art World Answers.
Along the way, they take a portable scanner, shopping bags, and scan the QR code in their cart or cart. Then, as they shop, they scan the items as they are picked and packed. When they're done, they go to Quick Check, scan another token, and weigh their cart or carts. If the weight matches … Read more‘Nobody Has Cracked The Code Yet: HEB, Walmart, Kroger Keep Testing Selfcheckout Technology
All eyes will be on Miami next week as designers, galleries, curators and collectors gather in Florida's capital for Design Miami and Art Basel, also known as Miami Art and Design Week. To make the most of your time exploring this powerful exhibition duo, AD PRO covers installations, exhibitions, discoveries, product launches and everything you … Read moreMiami Art And Design Week 2022: An AD PRO Essential Guide
AUSERDE Refugee Camp, Algeria. Around 22:00 in the middle of the Sahara desert, only two sources of light were shining: the moon and the projection screen. About 70 people gathered in front of the screen as the film was broadcast from a 16-wheel truck. Some sat on rolled mats on the reddish pebbly sand; Others … Read moreThe Worlds Most Remote Film Festival
Marvel Snap has arrived, and the digital card game has players rooted in style, aesthetics, deck building mechanics, playable locations, and decks. The game works differently from other collectible card games. You can't spend a lot of money up front on the best pre-made decks. However, you can purchase a Season Pass or Starter Pack … Read moreMarvel Snap Tips And Tricks For Beginners
In September 2022, the United Nations hosted the first high-level summit on transformational education, where stakeholders were invited to highlight commitments and address the challenges we face. We hear again how shocking the need is. In low-income countries, 25% of youth and more than 55% of adults are illiterate, and 250 million children have not … Read moreMind The Gaps: The World Needs To Radically Transform Its Educational Systems, Not Just Upgrade Them
© Thomson Reuters File photo: People walk into a pharmacy next to a sign advertising flu shots in New York By Nancy Lapid (Reuters) – An experimental vaccine offers broad protection against 20 known subtypes of influenza A and B viruses in preliminary tests in mice and ferrets, which could pave the way for a … Read moreResearchers Test MRNA Technology For Universal Flu Vaccine
© Courtesy of Variety Biplob Sarkar's Bangladeshi feature film Agantuk (also known as The Foreigner) was unanimously adjudged the winner of the Cinemabazaar D Prasad Jury Award in Goa, India. Screening Hall is part of Kinabazaar, which showcases completed or post-production films from India and South Asia. These films require film festivals, international sales, distribution … Read moreFilm Bazaar: Work In Progress And Viewing Room Awards Unveiled