Samsung's Supply Chain Partners are losing Confidence in Samsung just as the new Galaxy Note is set to launch in …

  1. Samsung’s Supply Chain Partners are losing Confidence in Samsung just as the new Galaxy Note is set to launch in …  Patently Apple
  2. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 Is Very Expensive  Forbes
  3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Release Date Tips  Gotta Be Mobile
  4. Samsung Galaxy A6+ review: Infinity display and selfie camera stand out, but price is…  The Indian Express
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VCSEL laser supply chain optimistic as Apple readies new Face ID iPads and iPhones for fall

  1. VCSEL laser supply chain optimistic as Apple readies new Face ID iPads and iPhones for fall  9to5Mac
  2. Apple Restructures Sales Team in India Amid Sluggish Growth  Mac Rumors
  3. Apple is failing spectacularly in one of the world’s biggest smartphone markets  Business Insider
  4. Apple Loses Key Sales Executives as India Strategy Stumbles  Bloomberg
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Trump administration ordered to supply list of young children subjected to separation

  1. Trump administration ordered to supply list of young children subjected to separation  Politico
  2. Trump Administration Says It Needs More Time to Reunite Migrant Families  New York Times
  3. Trump Administration Deported 19 Parents Whose Young Kids Are Still In Custody  HuffPost
  4. Immigrant children: Federal judge orders families separated at border be reunited within 30 days  USA TODAY
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Thailand cave rescue: Ex-navy diver dies on oxygen supply mission

  1. Thailand cave rescue: Ex-navy diver dies on oxygen supply mission  BBC News
  2. Rescuer in Thailand cave where boys soccer team trapped dies from lack of oxygen  ESPN
  3. Retired Thai navy SEAL dies while working to rescue soccer team in cave  Washington Post
  4. Dr. Marc Siegel: Thai boys in cave saga shows that both fear and courage are contagious  Fox News
  5. Thailand cave rescue: Former Thai navy SEAL dies from lack of oxygen  USA TODAY
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Samsung's OLED iPhone display supply dominance challenged

  1. Samsung’s OLED iPhone display supply dominance challenged  AppleInsider
  2. LG Display to Supply Apple With 2-4 Million OLED Panels for This Year’s ‘iPhone X Plus’  Mac Rumors
  3. Apple and Samsung settle seven-year-long patent fight over copying the iPhone  The Verge
  4. Apple and Samsung finally settle their patent dispute  CNET
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LG Display to Supply Apple With 2-4 Million OLED Panels for This Year's 'iPhone X Plus'

  1. LG Display to Supply Apple With 2-4 Million OLED Panels for This Year’s ‘iPhone X Plus’  Mac Rumors
  2. Apple and Samsung settle seven-year-long patent fight over copying the iPhone  The Verge
  3. Apple versus Samsung patent trial finally completely over  AppleInsider
  4. Apple and Samsung finally settle their patent dispute  CNET
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Supply chain report suggests Apple expects 6.5-inch 'iPhone X Plus' to be most popular 2018 iPhone model

  1. Supply chain report suggests Apple expects 6.5-inch ‘iPhone X Plus’ to be most popular 2018 iPhone model  9to5Mac
  2. Purported next-gen iPhone mockups compared against iPhone X in video comparison  AppleInsider
  3. These 2018 iPhone mockups just got compared to last year’s devices (VIDEO)  Phone Arena
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Cancer: Microbubbles delivered via gas embolotherapy could cut off blood supply and deliver drugs

Embolization — the use of various techniques to cut off the blood vessels that feed tissue growth — has gained traction over the past decades to treat cancerous tumors, and one specific version is gas embolotherapy. During this process, the blood supply is cut off using acoustic droplet vaporization, which uses microscopic gas bubbles induced by exposure to ultrasonic waves. Researchers have discovered that these bubbles could also be used as potential drug delivery systems.
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NASA finds 'human fingerprint' in many areas of water-supply change worldwide

The researchers analyzed 14 years of data from NASA’s twin Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment satellites, studying areas with large increases or decreases in freshwater — including water stored in aquifers, ice, lakes, rivers, snow and soil — to determine the most likely causes of the changes.

     

 

 


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