Resource KT Sat, 12 Jun 2021 02:56:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Resource KT 32 32 Lost Ark Tech Alpha Gift! Fri, 11 Jun 2021 22:25:00 +0000

Amazon Games has partnered with to distribute the keys to the technical alpha of its upcoming MMOARPG, Lost ark, which is coming out (finally!) in the West this fall. The Technical Alpha runs from now through June 16, 2021 at noon PDT.

Keys remaining

About Lost ark:

Lost ark, a 3D massively multiplayer online action role-playing game offers an immersive action-centric playstyle and adopts a non-targeting combat system and dynamic angle of view to maximize the gaming experience.

Embark on an odyssey for the Lost Ark in a vast and vibrant world: explore new lands, search for lost treasures and test yourself in thrilling action battles. Define your fighting style with your class and advanced class, and customize your skills, weapons, and gear to put your might to work as you battle hordes of enemies, colossal bosses and dark forces in search of power. power of the Ark in this action. Packaged free-to-play RPG.

The whole world is in chaos due to the onslaught of Kazeros’ demon army, as Kazeros opens the door of chaos with his six legions to invade the human world. Like a legend that exists in myths, the world has become a place where there are no heroes and everyone has forgotten the Ark which defeated demons in the past. Now the player must venture into the vast world of the Lost Ark to piece together the pieces and face off against the demon army. The only force that can stand against demons! The lost ark.

Previously only available in open beta for Korea, Japan and Russia; it was announced at the kickoff of the Summer Game Fest 2021 that Amazon Games will be releasing Lost ark in the West. Lost ark is currently scheduled for fall 2021.

Technical alpha keys limited to EU / NA residents only.

New Mexico families get $ 94 million in tax relief Fri, 11 Jun 2021 19:07:09 +0000

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Almost $ 100 million in tax breaks have been paid to families in New Mexico in a one-time special rebate. According to Taxation & Revenue New Mexico, approximately 157,000 taxpayers who claimed the Working Family Tax Credit received a one-time tax refund of $ 600 that was authorized in Senate Bill 1 during the legislative session of 2021.

The ministry says in a press release that the refund will be given to taxpayers who claim the credit on their 2020 personal income tax return and have adjusted gross income of $ 31,000 or less for single tax filers or $ 39,000 for single tax filers. married people declaring jointly or heads of family.

Qualifications for the Working Families Tax Credit this year are the same as for the Federal Working Income Tax Credit. Discount information is available in Tax bulletin 100.39 at

More families will now be able to qualify next year under the terms of this rebate. The ministry reports that under the provisions of House Bill 291, the Working Families Tax Credit will be available to taxpayers without a social security number and to taxpayers under the age of 18.

In 2019, nearly 200,000 families applied for the credit under the old eligibility rules. In addition, the law will increase the income tax level for LICTR eligibility from $ 22,000 to $ 36,000, increase the maximum refund from $ 450 to $ 730, and index the refund to inflation so that over time its value does not erode.

Product Responsibility Series: Does Arkansas Recognize Market Share Responsibility As A Theory of Responsibility? | Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, PLLC Fri, 11 Jun 2021 17:34:24 +0000

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No. Arkansas did not adopt alternative liability or market share, but retained the traditional requirement of immediate cause in all tort cases. See Woodward v. Blythe, 249 Ark. 793, 462 SW2d 205 (1971). To prove a product liability case in Arkansas, a plaintiff must prove that a product manufactured or distributed by the named defendant caused him injury. See Chavers v. Gen. Motors Corp., 349 Ark. 550, 79 SW3d 361, 369–70 (2002); Jackson v. Anchor Packing Co., 994 F.2d 1295, 1303 (8th Cir. 1993) (observing that “Arkansas plaintiffs must present sufficient evidence to allow a jury to conclude that their exposure to the product is more likely than not. of a particular defendant was an important factor in producing their injuries “); Fields c. Wyeth, Inc., 613 F.Supp.2d 1056, 1060 (WD Ark. 2009) (“A basic requirement of product liability claims under Arkansas law is product identification, that is, that is, the actual product manufactured or distributed by the defendant caused harm to the plaintiff. ”).

All of this stems from the Arkansas Product Liability Act, which broadly defines “product liability claim” to include “all actions brought for or as a result of bodily injury, death or property damage caused by or resulting from the manufacturing, construction, design,. .. warning, instruction, marketing, packaging or labeling of any product ”, and this broad language encompasses the various claims of a claimant, regardless of their recovery theory. Ark. Code Ann. § 16-116-102 (5). But a claimant must still meet the Arkansas product identification requirement necessary to make a product liability claim. See Bell v. Pfizer, Inc., 716 F.3d 1087, 1092 (8th Cir. 2013). When a claimant cannot meet this requirement, such as an inappropriate attempt to rely on market share liability, a claim fails at the motion to dismiss stage.

This article is part of the Mitchell Williams Product Liability Series and explains the nuances of how Arkansas Product Liability Law is interpreted and applied.

In a positive momentum from PSPC, IPOs also returned Fri, 11 Jun 2021 11:45:23 +0000

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The history of PSPC is improving. We seem to have gone through the descent of Peak-SPAC and are now in a healthier, more rational market. Activity normalized and performance returned for good business.

Yesterday we mentioned that PSPCs had emerged around De-SPAC agreement / date votes. Keep an eye out for today’s vote, although CCTA is trading well above NAV …

– $ 18.73 | ACTC – ArcLight Clean Transition Corp -> Proterra Inc

Also, those old PSPCs will start trading under their new tickers today – will they have a pop?

independent semiconductor (INDI), Thunderbridge f / k / a acquisition
Quantum-Si (QSI), f / k / a HighCape Capital Acquisition

Yucaipa & SIGNA Sports Companies

IPOs are also back!

After a few weeks of missing the new prices, IPOs are back this week – with 8 (so far) in the market. Three new ones are set to debut in trading today.

SPAC’s IPOs in June:

June 10 | NA | HCNE – Jaws Hurricane Acquisition Company
June 10 | NA | LAAA – Lakeshore Acquisition I Corp.
June 10 | NA | LITT – Logistics Innovation Technologies Corp.
June 09 | $ 9.95 | ISAA – Iron Spark I Inc.
June 09 | $ 9.90 | CLBR – Colombier Acquisition Corp.
June 09 | $ 9.95 | SMIH – Summit Healthcare Acquisition Corp.
June 08 | $ 9.96 | GACQ – Global Consumer Acquisition Corp.
June 07 | $ 10.03 | SPK – SPK Acquisition Corp.

Although downsizing (and coverage of restructuring mandates) has recently been the norm, Barry Sternlicht’s project JAWS Hurricane (HCNE) in fact managed to increase their bid to $ 275 million from $ 250 million. It comes a week after JWS 1 finalized its deal with Cano Health – not surprisingly for the JAWS team to launch their next SPAC.

Yesterday’s price action

The biggest winners

14.16% ~ $ 11.61 | CCX – Churchill Capital Corp II (Announced)
9.64% ~ $ 11.15 | VGAC – VG Acquisition Corp (Announced)
7.96% ~ $ 13.15 | SRAC – Stable Road Acquisition Corp. (Ad)
7.58% ~ $ 13.76 | CLII – Climate Change Crisis Real Impact I Acquisition Corp (Announced)
7.49% ~ $ 10.62 | MAQC – Maquia Capital Acquisition Corporation (Pre-Deal)
6.56% ~ $ 14.29 | LACQ – Leisure Acquisition Corp. (Ad)
4.73% ~ $ 19.26 | RSVA – Rodgers Silicon Valley Acquisition Corp (Announced)
4.49% ~ $ 11.16 | ARYA – Arya Sciences Acquisition Corp III (Announced)
2.94% ~ $ 10.50 | AIAC – ION Acquisition Corp 1 Ltd (Announced)
2.76% ~ $ 11.54 | PDAC – Peridot Acquisition Corp (Announced)
2.37% ~ $ 9.93 | RXRA – RXR Acquisition Corp (Pre-Deal)
2.29% ~ $ 10.50 | ARYD – ARYA Sciences Acquisition Corp IV (Pre-Deal)
1.95% ~ $ 9.95 | TETC – Tech and Energy Transition Corporation (Pre-Deal)
1.94% ~ $ 13.64 | PSAC – Property Solutions Acquisition Corp (Announced)
1.88% ~ $ 11.36 | FWAA – Fifth Wall Acquisition Corp. I (Announced)
1.85% ~ $ 10.99 | DCRC – Decarbonization Plus Acquisition Corporation III (Pre-Deal)

The biggest losers

-4.23% ~ $ 10.87 | HOL – Holicity Inc (Announced)
-4.19% ~ $ 25.38 | CCIV – Churchill Capital Corp IV (Announced)
-4.11% ~ $ 12.61 | TDAC – Trident Acquisitions Corp (Announced)
-3.31% ~ $ 16.36 | RICE – Rice Acquisition Corp. (Ad)
-3.24% ~ $ 12.83 | TPGY – TPG Pace Beneficial Finance Corp (Announced)
-3.02% ~ $ 9.69 | MPAC – Model Performance Acquisition Corp (Pre-Deal)
-2.83% ~ $ 10.00 | EBAC – European Biotech Acquisition Corp. (Pre-Deal)
-2.46% ~ $ 13.11 | THCB – Tuscan Holdings Corp. (Ad)
-2.01% ~ $ 9.74 | PFDR – Pathfinder Acquisition Corporation (Pre-Deal)
-1.95% ~ $ 15.56 | GHVI – Gores Holdings VI Inc (Announced)
-1.78% ~ $ 9.74 | XPDI – Power & Digital Infrastructure Acquisition Corp. (Pre-Deal)
-1.69% ~ $ 9.87 | BOAC – Bluescape Opportunities Acquisition Corp (Pre-Deal)
-1.52% ~ $ 9.75 | LDHA – LDH Growth Corp I (Pre-Deal)
-1.41% ~ $ 9.76 | THMA – Thimble Point Acquisition Corp. (Pre-agreement)
-1.20% ~ $ 9.88 | CFFE – CF Acquisition Corp. VIII (Before the agreement)
-1.16% ~ $ 11.96 | BOWX – BowX Acquisition Corp (Announced)
-1.11% ~ $ 9.77 | APSG – Apollo Strategic Growth Capital (Pre-Deal)

Aging PSPCs

$ 10.69 | 25 months | AGBA – AGBA LIMITED ACQUISITION
$ 10.05 | 23 months | THCA – Tuscan Holdings Corp. II
$ 9.96 | 19 months | MCMJ – Merida Fusion Corp. I
$ 9.99 | 19 months | CHPM – CHP Fusion Corp.
$ 9.95 | 16 months | CASC – CITIC Capital Acquisition Corp
$ 10.14 | 15 months | DFPH – DFP SANTÉ ACQ
$ 9.71 | 15 months | PLMI – Plum Acquisition Corp. I
$ 9.93 | 12 months | TREB – Trebia Acquisition Corp
$ 9.99 | 12 months | BRLI – Brilliant Acquisition Corporation
$ 10.35 | 12 months | GSAH – GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II
$ 9.82 | 11 months | CPSR – Capstar Special Purpose Acquisition Corp.
$ 9.79 | 11 months | HPX – HPX Corp
$ 9.80 | 11 months | ERES – East Resources Acquisition Company
$ 10.13 | 11 months | GRCY – Greencity Acquisition Corp
$ 9.87 | 11 months | PRPB – CC NEUBERGER PR
$ 9.79 | 11 months | ETAC – E.Merge Technology Acquisition Corp.
$ 9.84 | 10 months | YAC – Yucaipa Acquisition Company

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  • The SPAC tide turns positive
  • Less angst in SPAC Land + Wallbox in $ 1.5 billion SPAC contract
  • SPACs increase, RIDE plunges into continuity
  • PSPC storytelling change: CLOV rises in pre-release, CCIV jumped on Monday
  • VPC impact decreases on Dave deal, more PSPC votes to come
  • A big week for the PSPCs. Will the story continue to improve?
  • Ackman rewrites SPAC’s ‘merger’, de-SPACs heat up
  • 2 PSPCs vote tomorrow amid June merger frenzy
  • Is PSPC’s narrative changing with the success of De-SPAC and Chamath’s new PSPCs?
  • Hot Start for SoFi, while MUDS takes a hit on AMC and Candy Digital News
  • SPAC activity resumes on Memorial Day, remains sharply reduced
  • IPOE adopts vote as Chamath Pens editorial, PACX rises on Acorns deal
  • Chamath IPOE shareholders vote today on the SoFi merger; Tassels and eFFECTOR offers
  • SPAC IPOs Mixed, DCRN Deal Rises Slightly, IPOE / SoFi Coming

(Caveats: This is not investment advice. The author can go on and on about one or more of the actions mentioned in this report.)

We don’t know why it’s there, we don’t know what it’s doing – all we know is the button makes everything OK again • The registry Fri, 11 Jun 2021 07:31:00 +0000

On guard An on-call reminder this week that everyone must adore the mysterious beige box with the single doom LED eye, no matter what you think it’s used for.

Our story comes from a regomised reader like “Mike”, an engineer on site. Mike spent the end of the 20th century on the road, rescuing customers in Britain.

Its story takes place in the 1980s, a decade that began with the beginnings of the Rubik’s Cube and ended with the arrival of the World Wide Web.

Users had not yet learned the pleasures of seeking solutions to their problems through a myriad of search engine advertising. Instead, Mike was called in to deal with their complaints.

“I worked for a company providing CAD systems,” he told us. “These systems usually had some sort of 2D plotter for the output, usually pen-based, but sometimes early inkjet technology or even some kind of wet electrostatic system.”

“Which still gives me nightmares,” he added.

The issue in question was with a powerful A1 pen tracer manufactured by Calcomp. Calcomp, for the uninitiated, was all about the plotter (besides other peripherals) and dominated the market in the latter part of the 20th century. It remained a thing until the late 1990s before it went out of business, although the name lives on.

The tracker in question was behaving badly: “Sometimes he refused to work when there were conspiracies in the queue,” Mike said. “I took a look, tested it and found no problems initially.”

It was connected via a serial port. Sometimes a reset of the plotter or the computer was necessary (“a good old DEC VAX 11/750”) to bring the device back to life.

Or sometimes a button flick on the trainer under the floor.

The what?

Mike had never heard of such a device, but the design team insisted it was there. A floor tile was lifted and, of course, nestled among the cables was a beige box with a Calcomp logo, a red LED, and a single “Reset” button. Pressing the button caused the LED to blink and then stabilized.

Mike searched around the rat’s nest, but found nothing abnormal. Instead, he decided to check for faulty cables.

“I traced the serial port cable on the VAX, through a patch panel, under the floor, and down to the plotter, completely avoiding the magic beige box.”

The suddenly redundant trainer simply glared at him, his only red LED glowing in challenge.

“I had and still have no idea what this box did,” he admitted, “other than giving a feeling of satisfaction and a strong placebo effect.”

Our money is on a piece of kit that we no longer need that an engineer couldn’t bother to take out. Or maybe, just maybe, a box to delay the inevitable legend just long enough for the change to change.

What do you think? Let us know in the comments below and share your own experience with mysterious devices that are both critical and completely unnecessary with an email to On Call. ®

Corneal ulcer pipeline analysis shows new Fri, 11 Jun 2021 01:00:00 +0000

Los Angeles, June 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Corneal Ulcer Pipeline Analysis Demonstrates New Therapies on the Horizon That Should Transform the Treatment Paradigm | SearchInsight

The majority of corneal ulcer drugs are in the early stages of development and in the coming years the market is expected to grow.

DelveInsight’s Corneal ulcer pipeline overview The report provides the current therapeutic landscape and a rich analysis of ongoing therapies at different stages of development, from preclinical to late stage, as well as dormant, inactive and abandoned therapeutic agents.

Some of the key points of the Corneal ulcer pipeline report:

  • The Corneal Ulcer Pipeline report offers a rich analysis of 6+ key pharmaceutical companies and 6+ key therapies.
  • The corneal ulcer pipeline includes therapies at different stages of testing such as SREC 0559, OC01, CSB-001, BD-111, NRO-1, Rose bengal sodium, among others.
  • Leading pharmaceutical companies working on corneal ulcer pipeline robustness include Recordati / Mime Tech, Oyster Point Pharma, Claris Biotherapeutics, Shanghai BDgene, Neuroptika, Provectus Biopharmaceuticals, among others.
  • FDA granted Orphan drug designation to the experimental product Recordati Rare Diseases REC 0559 for the treatment of neurotrophic keratitis.

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Corneal ulcer: overview

Corneal ulcer, also known as keratitis, is characterized by damage or loss of the epithelial layer associated with infiltration of the underlying corneal stroma.

Although the treatment of refractory corneal ulcers is difficult, it is essential that they be resolved as they can quickly endanger the anatomical integrity of the ocular surface or the transparency of the cornea.

To learn more about the disease outlook, available therapies, and emerging medications, visit Corneal ulcer pipeline analysis

Corneal ulcer drug pipeline assessment

Drug Company Phase MoA RdA
REC 0559 Recording technique / Mime Phase II Apoptosis inhibitors; Autophagy inhibitors; Nerve growth factor receptor agonists Eye drops solution
OC01 Oyster Point Pharmacy Preclinical Alpha4 beta2 nicotinic receptor agonists N / A
CSB-001 Claris Biotherapeutics Phase I / II N / A Ophthalmic solution
BD-111 Shanghai BDgene Phase I / II Mechanism not defined corneal injection
NRO-1 Neuroptika Phase I Neurotrophic factor agonists derived from the glial cell line Topical
Rose bengal sodium Provectus Biopharmaceuticals Preclinical Cell death stimulants; Cell membrane modulators; Stimulants of dendritic cells; Immunostimulants; interferon modulators; interleukin 17 modulators; Interleukin-22 modulators Topical

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Therapeutic evaluation of corneal ulcer

The Corneal Ulcer Pipeline report presents comprehensive coverage of active pipeline candidates segmented by stage, product type, route of administration (RoA), molecule type, target and mechanism of action (MoA).

By product type

By step

  • Discovery
  • Pre-clinic
  • Phase I
  • Phase II
  • Phase III
  • Pre-registration

By molecule type

  • Monoclonal antibody
  • Peptides
  • Polymer
  • Small molecule
  • Genetical therapy
  • type of product

By route of administration

  • Oral
  • Parenteral
  • Intravenous
  • Subcutaneous
  • Topical
  • Molecule type

By mechanism of action

  • Nerve growth factor receptor agonists
  • Neurotrophic factor agonists derived from the glial cell line
  • Alpha4 beta2 nicotinic receptor agonists
  • Autophagy inhibitors
  • Cell membrane modulators
  • Autophagy inhibitors

By targets

  • Nerve growth factor receptor
  • Neurotrophic factor derived from the glial cell line
  • Nicotinic receptor alpha4 beta2

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Scope of the Corneal Ulcer Pipeline Report

Blanket: Global
Key players: Recordati / Mime Tech, Oyster Point Pharma, Claris Biotherapeutics, Shanghai BDgene, Neuroptika, Provectus Biopharmaceuticals, OcuNexus Therapeutics, Santen SAS, FirstString Research, Regeneratetx, Stuart Therapeutics, EyeGate Pharmaceuticals, Trefoil Medicine Therapeutics, AmebaGone, Inc. other.
Key pipeline therapies for corneal ulcer: REC 0559, OC01, CSB-001, BD-111, NRO-1, Rose bengal sodium and others.

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1 Presentation of the report
2 Overview of corneal ulcer
3 Corneal ulcer pipeline therapy
4 Therapeutic evaluation
5 Corneal Ulcer – Analytical Perspective from DelveInsight
6 In-depth business assessment
7 Corneal ulcer collaboration offers
8 Therapeutics for corneal ulcer in clinical stage
9 Non-clinical corneal ulcer therapeutics
ten Analysis of the therapeutic pipeline against corneal ulcer
11 Inactive Corneal Ulcer Pipeline Products
12 Key Corneal Ulcer Companies
13 Key products for corneal ulcer
14 Corneal Ulcer – Unmet Needs
15 Corneal Ulcer Market Drivers and Barriers
16 Corneal Ulcer – Future Perspectives and Conclusion
17 Corneal ulcer analyst opinions
18 appendix
19 Methodology of the report
20 Consulting services
21 Warning
22 About DelveInsight

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		July Child Tax Credit Update: Here’s How to Prepare for the IRS Portal Opening
		Thu, 10 Jun 2021 20:34:22 +0000


With 39 million U.S. families slated to benefit from the expanded child tax credit, millions of parents are waiting for information on how they can ensure they receive the credits once the IRS starts sending checks on July 15th. In addition to sending the checks, the IRS says it unveil a pair of portals for taxpayers before July 1 to be used for credit.

The IRS is developing a portal that will allow parents to choose whether they want the monthly cash payments they’re entitled to, or if they just want to receive the full tax credit in 2021. You can also update your information personal information for qualifying life events, such as the birth of a child or marriage, that could change your income levels or other qualifying markers.

While details on how the portals work have not been released – especially for those that don’t file annual fees – parents can always prepare in advance for how they want to approach credits. There are a handful of things to consider before the portals go live and a decision on how to receive the money is made.

Who qualifies?

The credit was extended when the American Rescue Plan was enacted in March and went from $ 2,000 per child to $ 3,000 for each child aged 6 to 17, and to $ 3,600 for children under 6 years.

Income thresholds based on your tax returns determine whether you qualify for the extended credit and how much you can receive, but there is no limit to the number of children you can receive as long as you are eligible for the credit.

The IRS uses your 2019 or 2020 tax returns to determine your qualifying status. If you’ve already submitted your 2020 tax return, you don’t need to do anything else as the IRS will review it and determine your eligibility. If you haven’t filed for 2020, your 2019 returns will be used, but you can request an adjustment (more details below).

For a single person, their adjusted gross income cannot exceed $ 75,000 per year in order to receive full credit. Heads of household can earn up to $ 112,500 while receiving full credit. Anyone earning more than this will not be eligible for the larger credit.

Married couples, those filing jointly, or eligible widows or widowers will receive the full benefit if the combined adjusted gross income is less than $ 150,000. The adjusted gross earnings above will have their credit reduced by $ 50 for every $ 1,000 above the threshold.

For single filers with income of $ 200,000 or less and joint filers with income of $ 400,000 or less, you can still claim the previous child tax credit of $ 2,000 per child.

Changes in your qualification status

Again, the final details were not disclosed, but the IRS has confirmed that parents will be able to submit qualifying income changes to the department in order to receive more benefits. These can include changes in income status, the birth of a new child, reporting status (such as getting married) and more.

These changes could dramatically change the amount of money you receive for credit or whether you are now eligible for credit. Especially if you haven’t yet declared your 2020 taxes and your income has changed from 2019 to 2020.

The IRS should publish more information on how to submit these changes once the portals are open.

How do you want to receive the credit?

Once your eligibility is known, you’ll want to think about how you want to receive the credit. Before the credit expansion, parents would receive the money in the form of a credit on their taxes. With the new rules in place, you can choose to receive half of the credit in the form of six monthly installments that will be sent directly to you from July 15 until the end of the year.

For example, an eligible family of five with three children aged 6 to 17 would receive $ 750 per month for a total of $ 4,500 in payments. The remaining $ 4,500 would then be applied as a credit on the family’s 2021 income tax return.

However, if this family prefers to receive the full extended credit in their 2021 tax return, they will be able to make this choice through the portal. The IRS would then credit the family with $ 9,000 on next year’s returns and they would not receive a monthly payment.

The IRS has not said whether parents will be able to make a monthly choice about how they wish to receive the money, so you may want to consider the impact of both options on your finances for the rest of the year. the year before you make your choice.

Checks should be sent on the 15th of each month, unless the 15th falls on a statutory holiday.

Could the expansion extend beyond this year?

While the credit extension is currently only scheduled for this year, President Joe Biden has offered to extend the extension until 2025 as part of his draft U.S. plan for families. Many elected officials have shown their support for the plan, but some say it is not enough and have introduced legislation that would make the expansion permanent, according to CNBC.

Alpha Commandos 2-Pack pre-orders are online Thu, 10 Jun 2021 16:59:00 +0000

Hasbro has opened pre-orders for a new action figure in its GI Joe Classified line, and it’s none other than Snake Eyes! Best of all, he’s joined by his companion wolf Timber in a 2-pack Alpha Commandos. You can get your pre-order here on Entertainment Earth for $ 39.99 with a release date set for July.

Hasbro’s popular Classified Series offers a 21st century upgrade to classic ’80s GI Joe toys. These upgrades include a 6-inch scale, more articulation, and significantly improved details and accessories. In this case, the Snake Eyes and Timber pack includes weapons and an alternate angry head for Timber.


On a related note, Paramount Pictures recently announced a new release date for the upcoming Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins movie, which stars Henry Golding as the title character. The announcement coincided with the debut of the GI Joe Classified Series action figures based on the characters from the film. The collection includes Snake Eyes, Storm Shadow, Akiko, Scarlett and Baroness. Pre-orders are live here at Entertainment Earth now with a release date set for August.

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Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins stars Henry Golding as Snake Eyes, a tenacious loner who is welcomed into an ancient Japanese clan called the Arashikage after saving the life of their heir apparent. Upon arrival in Japan, the Arashikage teach Snake Eyes the ways of the ninja warrior while providing him with something he longed for: a home. But, when secrets from his past are revealed, Snake Eyes’ honor and allegiance will be put to the test , even if it means losing the trust of those close to them.

Based on the iconic GI Joe character, Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins also stars Andrew Koji in Storm Shadow, Úrsula Corberó in The Baroness, Samara Weaving in Scarlett, Haruka Abe in Akiko, Tahehiro Hira in Kenta and Iko Uwais in Hard Master.

Snake Eyes will arrive in theaters on July 23.

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The explosion of data drives the American social determinants of Thu, 10 Jun 2021 07:48:33 +0000

New York, June 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – announces the publication of the report “Explosion of Data Drives the US Social Determinants of Health Market” – = GNW

In fact, many non-medical SODH are important factors in a patient’s care path. As the world emerges from the global COVID-19 pandemic, there has been renewed interest in using SDOH as a component of a patient’s medical history.

SDOH can play an important role in improving the health of millions of people. Patients can benefit from knowing how lifestyle factors affect their quality of life for many years to come. Despite long-term awareness of SDOH, the concept is in an early stage of large-scale deployment. Analyst estimates that by the end of 2020, 40% of U.S. healthcare systems and commercial payers will have used data on social determinants of some type in risk assessments, patient education and decisions commercial. Among the companies targeting SDOH are start-ups looking to focus directly on SDOH services and software, and larger, established entities that are excited about the potential benefits of SDOH. Large companies are designing new programs or looking to acquire smaller companies to launch their SDOH solutions. Considering the similarity with using data for population health management (PHM), data analytics and MPS companies are also keenly interested in the SDOH space. The common factor across the market is the need for robust data that can be used in developing new analytical models. SDOHs are truly data driven and will create a new big data opportunity in healthcare. There are many challenges that will need to be overcome for SDOH to realize its enormous potential. For example, some providers are concerned that SDOH may result in new and higher healthcare costs due to the complexity of adding new data to clinical protocols. Specifically, there are concerns that the SDOH implementation model is complex and difficult to standardize, and that the torrent of data threatens privacy and security. Also of concern is the fact that the vision for using SDOH is not systematically defined by regulators, industry advocates and companies that come up with relevant solutions. The study includes an overview of four notable companies in the SDOH space and reviews the types of products and services that make up SDOH solutions. A major service offered by pure SDOH companies is the ability to generate referrals that can lead patients and providers to a solution capable of transforming an SDOH problem into a healthier and more productive life.
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		Share, Size, Latest Developments, Trends, Main Key Players and 2025 Outlook – Le Courant Manomet
		Thu, 10 Jun 2021 03:59:39 +0000


According to the latest IMARC Group report, the global market computer on module Market grew at a CAGR of around 7% during the period 2014-2019. Looking ahead, the market is expected to continue its moderate growth in 2020-2025.

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A computer on module (CoM) or system on module (SoM) is a single printed circuit computer integrated into a microprocessor. It consists of random access memory (RAM), Ethernet, input or output (I / O) controllers, flash memory, and other essential components of a fully functional computer. CoM provides an efficient and cost effective platform for IT solutions and reduces the overall manufacturing time of various products. As a result, it is widely used in industrial automation systems, medical electronics, transportation, communication and games.

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Market trends

The high prevalence of automation trends in various industries, along with the increasing adoption of compact electronic devices, are increasing the demand for CoM. For example, compact CoM systems are used to manufacture drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), gaining ground worldwide. CoM also supports faster product development with improved efficiency, durability and interconnectivity, thus experiencing high demand. In addition, several technological advancements have led to the integration of Internet of Things (IoT) with standard CoM cards and application specific support cards, which are further expected to drive market growth.

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List of Key Companies Covered By This Market Report:

  • Aaeon Technology Inc. (ASUSTeK Computer Inc.)
  • Advantech Co. Ltd.
  • Axiomtek Co. Ltd.
  • congatec SA
  • Digi International Inc.
  • iWave Systems Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
  • Kontron S&T SA (S&T SA)
  • TechNexion
  • Toradex Systems (India) Pvt. Ltd.

The report has segmented the market on the basis of architecture type, standard, application, and geography.

Breakdown by type of architecture:

  • ARM Architecture (Advanced RISC Machines)
  • X86 architecture
  • Power architecture
  • Other

Breakdown by standard:

  • COM Express
  • SMARC (Intelligent Mobile Architecture)
  • Qseven
  • ETX (Extended Embedded Technology)
  • Other

Breakdown by application:

  • Industrial automation
  • Medical
  • Transport
  • Games
  • Communication
  • Other

Distribution by geography:

  • North America (United States and Canada)
  • Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Russia and others)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, India, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Australia and others)
  • Latin America (Brazil, Mexico)
  • Middle East and Africa

Highlights of the report:

  • Market performance (2014-2019)
  • Market Outlook (2020-2025)
  • Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
  • Market drivers and success factors
  • SWOT analysis
  • Value chain
  • Complete mapping of the competitive landscape

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