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ScalaHosting review | TechRadar

ScalaHosting may not be the most familiar of web hosting names, but the company has a lot to boast about: 13 years in the business, 50,000 customers, 700,000+ websites managed and the top-rated cloud and web hosting provider on Trustpilot.

A strong range of products has something for almost everyone: shared hosting, VPS, dedicated servers, app hosting (WordPress, Magento, PrestaShop, WooCommerce, more), reseller plans, business email hosting, and the list goes on.

Shared plans are crammed with features. The Mini plan supports one site, and gives you 50GB storage, unlimited bandwidth, databases and emails, a free domain, SSL, free CDN, free migration, and a rolling 7 backups for the last 7 days. It’s priced at $3.95 a month on the three-year plan, $5.95 on renewal, or $5.95 if you pay annually.

Upgrading gets you more CPU resources, security monitoring, spam protection, unlimited storage and support for hosting unlimited sites, and

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How To Improve Your Broadband Speed

So much of life is lived online these days, having a speedy, reliable broadband service is hugely important for most of us.

Making video calls, online gaming and watching content through streaming services have become the norm in many households. The increase in home-working is another key factor when it comes to increased broadband usage.

But what is a “good” broadband speed and, if your broadband is too slow, how do you improve it?

What types of broadband are there?

OK – here comes the science.

There are three main types of broadband in the UK – ADSL, cable and fibre.

ADSL

Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) uses the copper wires of your phone landline to deliver broadband to your home. It’s widely available but has limitations.

With this method, often referred to as standard broadband, the speed of your broadband will depend on how far away you live

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The fastest VPN for outright speed 2020

Among all the considerations you need to think about when selecting your new VPN, one of the most significant is speed.

Because virtual private networks work by sending all your internet traffic through an extra set of encrypted tunnels via the provider’s secure server, that’s a lot of extra potential latency. Thankfully, by going for one of the fastest VPNs, you can pretty much avoid any slow down completely.

Depending on the robustness of the company’s network, and the number of servers it offers (with closer servers generally providing better speeds) – some VPNs barely impact your connection. And we’ve tested all the top VPNs out there on their speed to make sure that you can confidently pick out a provider that won’t slow you down – especially if you’re using your VPN to unblock sites or services and perhaps stream video where speeds are obviously are a priority.

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Aytu BioScience Announces Global Agreement to Distribute Pinnacle IVD Corporation’s 15-Minute COVID-19 Antigen Test

Pinnacle Plans to Scale U.S. Manufacturing Capacity to 25 Million Tests Per Month

Cost-Effective 15-Minute Rapid Antigen Test Demonstrates 100% Specificity for COVID-19 Detection When Compared with RT-PCR

ENGLEWOOD, CO / ACCESSWIRE / September 8, 2020 / Aytu BioScience, Inc. (NASDAQ:AYTU), a specialty pharmaceutical company (the “Company”) focused on commercializing novel products that address significant patient needs announced today that the Company has signed an agreement to distribute the Pinnacle CovID RAD Rapid Antigen Detection Test worldwide. The rapid antigen test, which delivers results in fifteen minutes, tests for the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus antigen via a nasopharyngeal sample and can be conducted without the use of laboratory equipment.

Pinnacle IVD Corporation plans to scale U.S. manufacturing capacity for the CovID RAD Rapid Antigen Detection Test to 25 million tests per month.

The CovID RAD Rapid Antigen Detection Test was developed by U.S.-based Pinnacle IVD Corporation, a leader in

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Twin Vee Launches a Web-based Marketplace and Social Hub to Connect Buyers & Sellers

FORT PIERCE, FL / ACCESSWIRE / September 10, 2020 / Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc. (OTC PINK:TVPC), one of the largest production-based dual hull boat companies in the United States, today launched Twin Vee Connect, a social platform that will innovate the boat buying and boat owning experience for Twin Vee’s customers and dealers. The new site is another technological leap forward that adheres to the commitment Twin Vee made to fostering a genuine connection with its current and future customers. “We created Twin Vee Connect as a customer-to-customer and a business-to-customer site that will target the needs of current and aspiring Twin Vee owners and fans of the brand,” says Joseph C. Visconti, CEO of Twin Vee Powercats, Inc. “Twin Vee Connect is a free platform for everything Twin Vee.”

Marketplace

The new Twin Vee Connect site is, among other things, a marketplace for authorized dealers and current owners to

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The Latest: South Korea stays in downward infection trend | National News

The National Institutes of Health will coordinate a study in hospitalized patients comparing low and regular doses of the blood thinner heparin. The study will involve more than 100 sites around the world participating in a research effort with various governments, drug companies, universities and others to speed coronavirus therapies.

A second study in COVID-19 patients not sick enough to need hospitalization will test various strategies against placebo pills: baby aspirin or low or regular doses of the anti-clotting drug apixaban, sold as Eliquis in the United States. The goal there is preventing blood clots or hospitalization.

A third study starting later will test blood thinners for people who have recovered and no longer test positive for the coronavirus. Evidence is building that they may remain at higher risk for blood clots.

UNITED NATIONS — The U.N. envoy for children in conflict says attacking schools and teachers seems to be

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Hundreds of Veterans to Receive Convalescent Plasma in VA Test

The Department of Veterans Affairs has announced plans for randomized testing of 700 veterans on the effectiveness of convalescent plasma in treating COVID-19, amid an open feud between public health agencies on its therapeutic value.

“This trial will go a long way toward helping in the fight against COVID-19,” VA Secretary Robert Wilkie said. In the test, focused on veterans who are sick with the virus, and hospitalized as VA medical centers around the country, some will get convalescent plasma and some will receive a placebo for comparison.

Read Next: Army Reservist Is 7th Service Member to Die of COVID-19

The randomized test, announced Aug. 28, is part of an effort to begin providing data on the long-term effectiveness of convalescent plasma. VA went public with its plan days before the National Institutes of Health stated Tuesday that evidence was lacking to prove whether the treatment worked, or might cause

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Riverside School District works to add web connections

Officials in the largely rural Riverside School District north of Spokane are exploring a wide variety of options to get high speed internet access for their students, including recruiting parent volunteers to staff community sites where students could go to complete their online schoolwork.

“It’s just one strategy of many,” said Riverside Superintendent Ken Russell. “It’s not final. We’re still working on it.”

Several churches and other locations, including the Veterans of Foreign Wars post in Elk, have called the school district to offer their buildings and internet access to small groups of students. Russell said the district is still figuring out if such sites will be necessary.

“We’re using our school district first,” he said. “You can’t just have a walk-in environment. It has to be scheduled.”

Parents interested in volunteering to be an internet site supervisor can send an email to staci.schneider@rsdmail.org. A background check is required.

Russell

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ILAFFT: What caused an unexpected loss of power during a Sea King test flight?

PUBLISHED: 15:50 09 September 2020 | UPDATED: 15:56 09 September 2020

Sea King (c) Airwolfhound, Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

Sea King (c) Airwolfhound, Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

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If it was working before… An unexpected loss of power challenges a Search and Rescue pilot during a test flight − and offers a broader lesson on coping with emergencies | Words: Al Potter






Images in the article are for illustration purposes, not the aircraft involved in the story

It was the mid-nineties and I was a new pilot flying Search and Rescue Sea Kings for the Royal Air Force. This was, simply, my dream job. Like others in the operational category of co-pilot, I was also authorised as a captain for training flights.

One day, after one of my twenty-four-hour periods on duty in Yorkshire, we had an urgent

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Why NLSIU is holding its own entrance test, the exam format, and what happens to CLAT scores



a laptop computer sitting on top of a wooden table: NLAT explained: Why NLSIU is holding its own entrance test, the exam format, and what happens to CLAT scores


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NLAT explained: Why NLSIU is holding its own entrance test, the exam format, and what happens to CLAT scores

On September 3, the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru, decided that it would go ahead and conduct its own entrance examination for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Called the National Law Aptitude Test (NLAT), 2020, this home-based online entrance exam will be held on September 12.

NLSIU took this decision after the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), 2020, was postponed to September 28 amidst the coronavirus pandemic. The exam was to be held on September 7 but has been postponed due to the regional lockdown in Bihar and West Bengal because of the pandemic.

But the sudden decision to conduct its own examination has sent students into a tizzy. They have a lot of questions about the exam, on how it will be held

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