Saudi Arabia pizza restaurants market is anticipated to register a CAGR of 11.35% during the forecast period (2020-2025

NEW YORK, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —
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– The increasing demand for home delivery of pizza, aided by the increasing internet connectivity and consumer spending, is projected to extensively drive the market growth. Moreover, the strong influence of western culture, especially in the food sector, further assists the growth of pizza consumption in Saudi Arabia.
– However, the rising burger chains and other fast-food chains with more economical and satiating food offerings entice the larger share of consumers. As a result, it hampers the growth of the market studied.

Key Market Trends
Strong Influence Of Western Culture In The Market

The market studied has been experiencing rapid socio-cultural changes since the past few years, mainly due to the accelerating economy, which allowed people from the country to travel to western countries for tourism and education, thus, exposing them to western food and culture.

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Xiaomi’s Mi Watch does a lot for 99 Euros.

Xiaomi doesn’t name exactly what the Mi Watch is running, OS-wise, but it’s compatible with both iPhones (running iOS 10 and later) and Android devices (running Android 4.4 or later.) Despite the lack of a mainstream wearable OS, though, there’s still a lot of health tracking built-in: heart rate tracking, blood oxygen level monitoring, as well as sleep- and stress-tracking features, according to Xiaomi. The Mi Watch’s screen can reach 450 nits of brightness, and the watch itself weighs a spritely 32 grams. (For comparison, the Apple Watch SE weighs 36 grams.)

The biggest surprise is the price though: The Mi Watch will cost €99, (roughly $116), and while there’s no US availability, stock in Europe should ensure it’s easy enough to import. Actually, that price shouldn’t be too much of a surprise: Xiaomi has been making cheap (real cheap) devices for a while — this one’s just particularly

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Ohio State researches aim to find treatment for coronavirus patients in new clinical trial

Researchers from The Ohio State University are starting another COVID-19 trial that’s part of ‘Operation Warp Speed.’

COLUMBUS, Ohio — People who have COVID-19 but not sick enough to be hospitalized may be able to help scientists searching for treatment options. 

Researchers from The Ohio State University are starting another COVID-19 trial that’s part of Operation Warp Speed — the federal push to speed up work on getting medications and a vaccine to treat and prevent COVID-19.  

They are part of a multicenter national effort called the ACTIV-2 trial which is aimed at finding a treatment for people who have mild to moderate coronavirus but are not hospitalized.

The clinical trial is open to candidates who are 18 or older with a positive COVID-19 test within the previous week.  They cannot have had symptoms for longer than 10 days.

OSU Wexner Medical Center infectious disease specialist Dr. Carlos Malvestutto said

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Indian Tsunami Early Warning Centre provides services to 25 Indian Ocean nations: Centre

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The Indian Tsunami Early Warning Centre (ITEWC) provides tsunami services to 25 Indian Ocean nations as part of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO framework, said Union Minister Harsh Vardhan on Monday. 

The ITEWC was established at Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS), Hyderabad, an autonomous body under the Ministry of Earth Sciences which continues to provide timely tsunami advisories to stakeholders. 

INCOIS has introduced several innovative concepts in tsunami modelling, mapping of coastal inundation, Decision Support System, SOPs to meet the emerging challenges and provide accurate and timely tsunami early warnings. INCOIS has established a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) & Strong Motion Accelerometers in Andaman and Nicobar Islands for quick and reliable estimation of source parameters for near-source earthquakes.

In addition, INCOIS has carried out Multi-hazard Vulnerability Mapping (MHVM) along the mainland of Indian coastland MHVM atlas has been prepared.

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How to Calibrate Your Monitor to Get the Most Out of It

Over time, the image quality on your computer monitor can start to look a little lackluster or even too bright. Before you consider upgrading your entire system or getting a new monitor, there might be a much simpler and economical solution.

In some cases, the only thing you need to do is calibrate your monitor. You won’t have to spend a dime, and it shouldn’t take you more than a few minutes.

Buying guides

You could take your monitor to a professional to have it done, but doing it yourself is relatively quick, hassle-free, and will greatly improve image quality. Manufacturers keep pumping out displays with new technologies like 4K UHD resolution, high dynamic range (HDR), and curved monitors, providing a veritable feast for the eyes — but only if they are properly calibrated.

Before you begin

You’re going to want to do several things before you begin the calibration
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The Best Face Masks to Show Your Halloween Spirit, Whether You’re Trick or Treating or Not

This year’s Halloween celebration is going to be different. Some people are forgoing Trick o’ Treating while others are planning for epic costumes that include face coverings. Whether you’re having a socially-distanced costume party or just want to be in the spirit, a face mask is the perfect accessory for this year’s Halloween. We’ve scoured the internet for some festive, fun, and frightening ones for the whole family from Etsy and Amazon.

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Washable Cotton Face Mask with Filter Pocket: If you’re looking for an everyday mask that you can wear for the week leading up to the 31st, this is it. Adjustable ear loops, flexible nose wire, and a filter pocket all make this mask a winner.

Buy on Etsy, $7

Limited Edition Halloween Face Mask: Halloween is supposed to be a little scary, and these masks can

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New Chromecast and redesigned Google Home smart speaker revealed

Google has sent out invites to its next product showcase, dubbed “Google Launch Night In”, where the Californian company has promised to reveal a “new Chromecast, our latest smart speaker, and our new Pixel phones.” Sounds like a pretty packed night. Unfortunately for Google, some of the biggest surprises of the event, which will be streamed online, have surfaced online ahead of the curtain call.

Google cannot be too miffed about the design of its next-generation smart speaker appearing online ahead of the event because Google itself published an image of the gadget months ahead of the “Launch Night In”. The search firm responded to a number of leaks on social media with images of speaker codenamed “Prince” back in July.

According to the latest whispers, “Prince” will be branded as “Google Nest Audio” when it launches later this year. It looks set to replace the Google Home in the

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Gates Criticizes Fed Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

Bill Gates lambasted the US government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic in an interview with STAT, a health news website.

“You know, this has been a mismanaged situation every step of the way,” Gates told STAT. “It’s shocking. It’s unbelievable — the fact that we would be among the worst in the world.”

The Trump administration had made multiple mistakes in COVID-19 testing, mainly in the speed in which results are returned, the Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist said.

During the early days of the pandemic, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation wanted to be involved in setting up testing procedures. They insisted that commercial laboratories be paid for their work if they returned test results within 24 hours, Gates said.

But that time frame is rarely met. Test results returned after more than 24 hours do little to stop the spread of the virus.


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Earthquake ‘hack’ reveals scale of ocean warming

Information about sea temperatures is critical for climate change but data is sparse in the Indian Ocean
Information about sea temperatures is critical for climate change but data is sparse in the Indian Ocean

Scientists have found a clever new way of measuring ocean warming, using sound waves from undersea earthquakes.

The researchers say the “hack” works because sound travels faster in warmer water.

The team looked at sonic data from the Indian Ocean emitted by tremors over a 10-year period.

As the seas have warmed due to global heating, the scientists have seen the sound waves increase in speed.

Their new method shows the decadal warming trend in the Indian Ocean was far higher than previous estimates.

Having accurate information on the warming of our oceans is critical for climate scientists.

They understand that around 90% of the energy trapped in our atmosphere by greenhouse gases is absorbed by the seas.

But having precise temperature measurements, in multiple locations and depths, is a huge challenge.


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Lepow Z1 (2020) portable monitor review: Gaming, productivity, and more on the go

Lepow 2020 Portable MonitorSource: Windows Central

Windows Central Recommended Award

Portable monitors are growing in popularity, particularly as more and more of us are switching to a work-from-home lifestyle. Beyond that, mobility, in general, is growing. The power on our smartphones is reaching beyond budget-priced laptops, albeit without the screen real estate needed to be truly productive.

We also have services like Microsoft’s Project xCloud on Xbox Game Pass expanding to Android, again, without the screen space to get fully immersed, especially in games with gameplay designed for TVs.

Say hi to the Lepow Z1 portable monitor, a versatile solution that works with consoles, PCs, smartphone desktop solutions like Samsung DeX, and more.

For those on the go

Lepow Z1 (2020) portable monitor


Bottom line: The Lepow Z1 portable monitor is a bright and convenient portable monitor for those who want to take their productivity on the road.


  • Great for Samsung DeX and Project xCloud
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