Day: September 6, 2020

Digitogy Introduces New Gadget Services Provided To Both Online And Offline Markets

Digitogy is already operating in multiple international markets delivering ‘out of the ordinary gadgets’ that help people solve technical problems, issues with the body, and awkward exercise movements. The service and brand name is already well established across most of Europe serving the UK, French, and German consumers.

Digitogy’s CEO proudly said in a statement “Today is another proud day for our firm as we expand into yet another new international market delivering our gadgets via what we hope to eventually be a borderless service that reaches all corners of the globe.

The company has been extremely successful via its eComm services. Easy ordering, guaranteed stock, and fast delivery anywhere nationwide within the counties that Digitogy operates in. Adding to this the company adds value to its services with long extended warranties, free returns, and excellent aftersales support.

Our success is largely down to the fact that

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Trump’s plotting for a pre-election vaccine carries real dangers for your health

The Trump administration is plainly counting on a vaccine for COVID-19 becoming approved by the Nov. 3 election, in the expectation that news of the discovery will inspire a tide of public optimism that will sweep Trump to reelection.

Here’s a more judicious counsel about how you should be reacting to the administration’s push for rapid approval of a vaccine: Be afraid. Be very afraid.

Premature approval of a COVID-19 vaccine will sabotage public confidence in its safety. That in turn will give fuel to the anti-vaccine movement, undermining public health by allowing a resurgence of vaccine-preventable diseases such as measles.

When I hear things like ’emergency use authorization’ I get very worried, because we’ve never done that for a vaccine that’s going to be given to a large segment of the population.

Dr. Peter Hotez, Baylor School of Medicine

Trump’s attacks on the Food and Drug Administration, which must

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The best monitor arms for desk-mounting your display

If you spend any time working on your computer at a desk, a monitor arm is an essential piece of equipment that will streamline your workflow and keep your space ergonomic and tidy. Not only can an arm lift your display off a surface, freeing the desktop up for other uses and reducing wire clutter, but it also brings the screen to a comfortable height and allows you the flexibility to pivot and view it from a number of angles. Mounting your monitor on an arm also makes your space easier to clean, and the result is an undeniably sleek and integrated look without the bulky, conspicuous factory base. The best part of all is that they’re incredibly easy to install on just about every monitor out there.

a laptop computer sitting on top of a desk: Increase your desk space with a monitor arm.

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Increase your desk space with a monitor arm.

Take a look at this list of our favorite

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Semiconductor stock Skyworks could be best way to play 5G rollout

Semiconductor stocks have suffered losses this week as part of the broader tech sell-off, but one trader is betting on a recovery and eventual breakout in one name.

Todd Gordon, managing director of Ascent Wealth Partners, is betting on Skyworks Solutions, which largely makes cellphone chips, as a play on the 5G rollout.

“They’re trying to diversify away from just mobile phones and into the Internet of Things, specifically 5G. They’re trying to connect all of our devices to the internet and to each other called the Internet of Things. It’s creating a traffic jam in the current 4g network. 5G is designed to open up that traffic jam with faster speeds and more lanes of traffic,” Gordon told CNBC’s “Trading Nation” on Thursday.

Skyworks should be well positioned to capitalize on a 5G push given its investments in smart homes, autonomous driving and wearables, says Gordon. He estimates that

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Ocean City’s Dolan Grisbaum to swim for Boston University | Atlantic City Sports News

Ocean City High School swimmer Dolan Grisbaum was impressed by the coaches and the academics of Boston University in conversations and during a July visit.

Seeing the campus helped, too.

Grisbaum, a 17-year-old rising senior and Ocean City resident, has committed to attend the university and will swim for the Terriers’ NCAA Division I program.

“It’s certainly humbling and overwhelming, but it’s definitely exciting,” said Grisbaum, a first-team Press All-Star this past winter. “Academically, they’re ranked really high. I wanted to go to a school with good academics and athletics, and Boston University gave me both.

“The coaches really know how to train swimmers. Looking at their results, they drop a lot of time. I’ve been talking with their coaches since December. For me, I think it’s a place where I can really excel at and be part of.”

Grisbaum also liked the campus and the location.

“The campus is

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