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New Budapest Bridge

Hungary New Budapest Bridge Unstudio

New Budapest Bridge

UNStudio wins the competition for the New Budapest Bridge - the first international bridge design competition in Hungary for over 120 years       Rendering by AV-Render.com       In 2017 the Municipal Government of Budapest announced an international architectural design competition to find the design for a much needed new bridge over the Danube in the post-industrial southern area of Budapest. The new road, tram, pedestrian and cycle crossing is deemed necessary to reduce traffic congestion and accelerate the development of the former industrial areas south of the city centre. The design proposal by UNStudio with Buro...

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Long Beach Yacht Club Premieres 360-Degree VR Livestream

360-Degree VR Livestream Long Beach Yacht Club

Long Beach Yacht Club Premieres 360-Degree VR Livestream

Long Beach Yacht Club Premieres 360-Degree VR Livestream of 2018 Congressional Cup Samsung 360 Round professional VR cameras and TVU Router provide high-end production quality and untethered, high-bandwidth IP connectivity for LBYC stadium match race event MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – May 16, 2018 – Sailing fans all over the world viewed last month’s 2018 Congressional Cup regatta as it has never been seen before, courtesy of a partnership between the Long Beach Yacht Club’s (LBYC) media team and several technology firms, including TVU Networks, Samsung Electronics America, Telstra Broadcast Services, BOXX.TV, broadcast integration and project manager Suitelife Systems and wireless...

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South Korea pulls rare battery materials from recycled tech

rare battery materials from recycled tech South Korea South Korea pulls rare battery materials from recycled tech

South Korea pulls rare battery materials from recycled tech

South Korea pulls rare battery materials from recycled tech But they’re not digging in the ground or refining ore. Instead, they are sorting through a pile of lithium-ion batteries from old mobile phones and laptops. As China’s aggressive hunt for overseas cobalt and lithium for electric vehicles pushes up prices and causes a global shortage of the key metals, South Korea is increasingly turning to such “urban mining” to recover cobalt, lithium and other scarce metals from electronic waste. In 2016, the most recent year from which data is available, 19.6 trillion won ($18.38 billion) worth of metals were extracted...

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'Gold rush' for Wi-Fi on board planes

'Gold rush' for Wi-Fi on board planes Wi-fi on board planes

'Gold rush' for Wi-Fi on board planes

'Gold rush' for Wi-Fi on board planes spurs innovation HAMBURG (Reuters) - Satellite technology to provide Wi-Fi on board planes has matured to a point where more and more airlines are looking to use it, triggering a “gold rush” among suppliers. FILE PHOTO: A man uses his laptop on a flight out of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson That brings opportunities for a vast array of companies, from satellite firms such as Viasat and Inmarsat, to connectivity providers such as Gogo, Global Eagle, and Panasonic Avionics and software and hardware companies such...

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GOLFZON Expands Relationship With Distributor

Golfzon Mexican Market

GOLFZON Expands Relationship With Distributor

GOLFZON Expands Relationship With Distributor Side Sports in Growing Mexican Market STERLING, Virginia, USA (March 21, 2018) – During a visit to Asia in 2015, golf enthusiasts and businessmen Jose Vargas Sr., and Jose Vargas Jr., sampled the GOLFZON (www.golfzongolf.com ) experience in a screen golf cafe in South Korea. As they were playing, they immediately saw the opportunity to invest and try to replicate this virtual golf culture in México, knowing it was a perfect match for the burgeoning golf market in their home country. This introduction to golf simulators led to a building relationship with their company, Side...

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