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Top 8 Futuristic Internet of Things Technologies to Make an Impact in Coming Years 2017 and 2018. #IoT  

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YES!!! "A core content strategy is not about control but, rather, about becoming powerful through collaboration." http://bit.ly/2iHS4lm +Brand Quarterly

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Renault Confirms $8,000 Electric Car To Be Sold In China Soon

Renault has officially confirmed, via a spokesman for the automaker, that it’s working on a budget-friendly electric car for release in China.

How budget-friendly, you ask? How does $8,000 USD sound?

The goal is to develop one of the world’s cheapest electric cars that’s still highway capable. The car won’t be sold outside of China and no specific production date has been set as of yet, but Renault seems dead set on getting this very affordable EV out there.

It may not be ready for markets outside of China but for me the excitement of of a future tipping point must be at the lower end of the pricing range. The end of the scale still needs to mature and find itself, much like Henry Ford did with the combustion engine.

See http://insideevs.com/renault-confirms-8000-electric-car-sold-china-soon/

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“'In the short term, the Washington Post will have more clicks'...but in the long term, clickbait will “actually hurt the brand.” Most of these new uniques stay on the site for a short time, making it difficult to monetize their visits. Too many newspapers are focused on short-term results'...”
http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/10/newspapers-digital-first-214363#ixzz4NZCnkcFo

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New observations from our Fermi telescope suggest hints of periodic changes in the brightness of a so-called “active” galaxy. If confirmed, the discovery would mark the first years-long cyclic gamma-ray emission ever detected from any galaxy. This could provide new insights into physical processes near the black hole. Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1SpNq6B #NASABeyond
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TE is committed to environmental protection and sustainability through our company-wide efforts to reduce our energy and water usage, waste, and greenhouse gas emissions, and by publicly reporting on our progress.

In this Hangout, TE's Carl Schultz, Sr. Director of Environment, Health and Safety, will discuss the ways TE is managing environmental impacts and provide insights into TE's sustainability programs. 

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Greenhouse Gas concentrations have hit yet another record high, reports UN specialized agency the World Meteorological Organization.

“Every year we say that time is running out", said WMO Secretary-General Michel Jarraud launching the WMO's annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin at UN Geneva on Monday morning.

"We have to act NOW to slash greenhouse gas emissions if we are to have a chance to keep the increase in temperatures to manageable levels.”

The WMO report says the new record high of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere continues a relentless rise which is fueling climate change and will make the planet more dangerous and inhospitable for future generations.

“Carbon dioxide remains in the atmosphere for hundreds of years and in the ocean for even longer", said Mr. Jarraud. "Past, present and future emissions will have a cumulative impact on both global warming and ocean acidification. The laws of physics are non-negotiable,”

Download the Greenhouse Gas Bulletin here: http://library.wmo.int/pmb_ged/ghg-bulletin_11_en.pdf

Find the news report here: http://ow.ly/Upufv

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TE is committed to environmental protection and sustainability through our company-wide efforts to reduce our energy and water usage, waste, and greenhouse gas emissions, and by publicly reporting on our progress.

In this Hangout, TE's Carl Schultz, Sr. Director of Environment, Health and Safety, will discuss the ways TE is managing environmental impacts and provide insights into TE's sustainability programs. 
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