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25Feb/140

Emerging New Applications to Drive the Market for Flexible Glass, According to a New Trend Report Published by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

San Jose, California (PRWEB) January 02, 2014

Follow us on LinkedIn – Flexible Glass is an ultra-thin glass that provides high barrier performance, robustness, temperature stability, durability and transparency associated with a rigid glass, in a flexible form. Flexible Glass also features the scratch resistance and rigidity properties of standard plastics. The growing need for slim and scratch-resistant displays is expected to drive the use of flexible glass in smartphones, tablets, and notebook computers. Solar shingles also represents a lucrative application area for flexible glass.

The trend report titled “Flexible Glass” announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., is a focused research paper which provides cursory insights into the product, its evolution, applications, and future prospects, in addition to providing coverage on corporate initiatives of key companies worldwide. The report also provides global market estimates and projections for Flexible Glass in US dollars for years 2013 through 2018, for key end-use markets such as PV Sector, OLEDs (Display and Lighting), and others. Also covered are companies such as Abrisa Technologies, Asahi Glass Co. Ltd., Corning Inc., Nippon Electric Glass Co. Ltd., and Schott AG, among others.

For more details about this trend report, please visit http://www.strategyr.com/TrendReport.asp?code=146014.

About Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

Global Industry Analysts, Inc., (GIA) is a leading publisher of off-the-shelf market research. Founded in 1987, the company currently employs over 800 people worldwide. Annually, GIA publishes more than 1300 full-scale research reports and analyzes 40,000+ market and technology trends while monitoring more than 126,000 Companies worldwide. Serving over 9500 clients in 27 countries, GIA is recognized today, as one of the world's largest and reputed market research firms.

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19Feb/130

Best Christmas Gift Baskets for Men and Women List Published by Those Tech Guys


San Francisco, California (PRWEB) December 15, 2012

Those Tech Guys have released a new best Christmas gift baskets for men and women list online. This new list is designed to provide information about some of the most requested baskets for the holiday season. Along with the popularity of each item, this list now details how this retailer is discounting prices as much as 80 percent to clear out remaining stock before the Christmas season is over.

A link to the published list is here http://thosetechguys.com/best-christmas-gift-baskets-for-men-and-women.

Many grown adults become nostalgic over childhood favorites like candy and toys. One company specializes in creating baskets that are themed for specific generations. The nostalgic candy gift boxes that are created by the Hometown Favorites company are one item that is one of the most requested for the holiday season.

The 1960s Retro Candy Basket includes favorites from this time period and includes an insert that provides information about notable events during the decade. Those that are from the 1960s generation can get the chance to relive childhood memories with this special gift for Christmas. TTG found that this gift is selling for 20 percent off online.

The Candy Crate company is one of few in the U.S. that specialize in making specific baskets for certain demographics of people. This company has put together a special holiday gift for children or parents that grew up in the 1970s. The Retro Candy Box series is one of the best sellers of the holiday season according to ThoseTechGuys.com.

The 1970s Retro Candy Box includes candies that were available during this decade that are no longer produced. From Necro Wafers to Pop Rocks, this basket has something for retirees and those approaching the age of 43. TTG found the discounts to be as much as 25 percent with sellers online.

Wine and cheese baskets remain one of the most gifted items during all occasions. The Wine.com company has introduced a special holiday basket for sale. Instead of pairing this gift with wine, an assortment of cheese, meats and other specialties are provided for adults and children to enjoy.

10Feb/130

Christmas Toys for Kids Under $25 Review Published Online by ThoseTechGuys.com


New York, New York (PRWEB) December 06, 2012

Christmas toys for kids under $ 25 can be difficult to find through some retailers. ThoseTechGuys.com have put together a list of the top toys requested this season by boys and girls in this price range. This review has been published online and includes how one retailer is discounting toys by 40 percent or more to entice online shopping.

Video game branding is one thing that has remained consistent year after year with popular toys. The Halo game series helped to produce mullions of units sold of games and merchandise. The Mega Bloks company from Canada offers many of the Halo branded toys for children. One commonly requested toy for the 2012 season is the Covenant Banshee.

This ground support aircraft includes one soldier in its packaged configuration. This 8 and up toy is one that is popular with many boys and some girls that know the Halo series. Those Tech Guys found this toy selling for 36 percent off online.

The Angry Birds application has sold millions and many more have downloaded free versions of this game. One of the mascots of this gaming system has been turned into a plush toy for the holidays. This new toy is marketed to the 5 and under age group although it can be requested by older children.

This Angry Birds plush toy includes sounds from the application that are recognizable. This 8-inch toy is made from non-allergenic materials to ensure that it is safe for children to use. Those Tech Guys found this new plush toy selling for 50 percent off online.

Model railroading toys were first created in the 1920s and have remained in use in the 21st century. The Thomas & Friends company is one of the most recognizable brands in the world. The success of the Thomas the Tank series has helped this model railroad company to produce one of the most in demand train sets for children.

28Nov/120

New Literacies, New Learning Theme for The Educational Forum Published by Kappa Delta Pi


Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) October 30, 2012

In choosing New Literacies, New Learning as the theme for The Educational Forum, a Kappa Delta Pi publication, Dr. Alan Amtzis, Academic Editor, invited Dr. Patricia Paugh to join him to learn the ways in which developments of technology and interactive digital media are augmenting, extending, and amending the traditional functioning of teaching, learning, and education. Dr. Amtzis is Director of the Master of Education Program in Educational Leadership: Instruction for The College of New Jersey. Dr. Paugh is an Associate Professor in the Curriculum and Instruction Department at the University of MassachusettsBoston.

The Educational Forum, vol 76, no. 4 (October-December 2012) explores how learning, and teaching, are changing as a result of the proliferation and availability of digital and computer-based technology. In 1436 Guttenbergs moveable type printing press ushered in the first tidal wave of what might be called New Literacy. Because learning has always been tied to the spoken or written word, memory and recall have been the proof of learning. However, memorization is being replaced by access and retrievability, which are changing the nature of application, depth, and utility.

Kappa Delta Pi is pleased to offer perspectives from senior scholars, essays from K-16 classroom teachers, and current research on New Literacies, New Learning through a themed issue of The Educational Forum, says Dr. Amtzis. Senior scholars Dr. Dana Wilber, Dr. Julie Coiro, Dr. James Paul Gee, Dr. Elena Forzani, and Dr. Donald J. Leu offered overviews of the emergence and future of new literacies. Classroom teachers from elementary school through college education courses submitted essays explaining the uses and effects of new literacies in their classrooms. Titles range from Digital Storytelling: Using Technology to Spark Creativity to Cell Phones Transform a Science Methods Course and from Finding a Voice: Freedom through Digital Literacies to Trust and Mobile Media Use in Schools. Research reports cover adolescent interactions with text across discourses, twitteracy as a new literacy practice, peer collaborations in online inquiry, Hip Hop as a new literacy, and concerns about the paths of new literacies. In her Closing Editorial Statement, Dr. Paugh states that new literacies, while emerging in a digital age, are more than technology; they are practices that lead to new social structures and new ways of being in the world.

The Educational Forum is a doubly masked peer-reviewed academic journal published quarterly to provide thought-provoking, challenging essays, research reports, and featured works designed to stimulate dialogue in education on a worldwide scale. To learn more about The Educational Forum, visit Kappa Delta Pi Publications. To purchase this issue or any of the articles from this issue, visit Taylor & Francis Online.

For more information about Kappa Delta Pi, visit http://www.KDP.org or call KDP Headquarters at 800-284-3167.

Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, is a 501 (c) (3) organization established in 1911 to recognize and promote excellence in education, provide a reasoned voice for significant issues, and link learning communities of educators. Through its programs, services, and strategic partnerships, KDP supports the professional growth and teaching practices of educators throughout all phases and levels of their careers. The organization currently has more than 600 chapters and an active membership of 43,000 worldwide.







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9Sep/120

Embedded Computing & The Internet of Things Markets Reviewed in New Topical Report Published at MarketPublishers.com


London, UK (PRWEB) August 08, 2012

While traditional computing business for PC, laptop, mainframe is currently struggling, and new personal computing is growing at a reasonable pace, we believe that the next large growth opportunity for computing lies with low cost, pervasive computing. The new embedded systems, The Internet of Things, and next generation devices will be the driver for the next leg of substantial growth in the computing industry.

New report "Low Cost Pervasive Computing: Market Opportunities in Embedded Computing and The Internet of Things" worked out by Mind Commerce has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Low Cost Pervasive Computing: Market Opportunities in Embedded Computing and The Internet of Things

Published: August, 2012

Pages: 92

Price: US$ 1,995

http://marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/telecommunications/low_cost_pervasive_computing_market_opportunities_in_embedded_computing_n_internet_of_things.html

The report evaluates developments in low cost computers including an analysis of technology evolution, solutions, and positioning of key companies in the industry. It includes an evolution of computing, analysis of leading companies and solutions, analysis and forecast of computing in key industry verticals, and evaluation of opportunities for embedded computing with forecasts. The report also includes information about key technologies and solutions driving the marketing for low cost computing including M2M communications, presence detection, location determination, IPv6, and more.

Report Contents:

1. Executive Summary

1.1 Key Benefits

1.2 Key Findings

1.3 Questions Answered By Report

1.4 Target Audience

2. Introduction

2.1 Background

2.2 Recent Developments

2.3 Factors

2.3.1 CPU

2.3.2 Data Storage

2.3.3 Software

2.3.4 Essential Software

2.3.5 RAM

2.3.6 Power Requirement

2.3.7 Display

3. Definition Of Low Cost Computers

3.1 Basic Functionality & Definition Of Low Cost Computers

3.2 Usages

3.3 Types

3.4 Advantages/Disadvantages

4. Embedded Computer Systems

4.1 The Low Cost Alternative

4.2 Characteristics Of Embedded Systems

4.3 Common Usages Of Embedded Computers

4.3.1 Software Based Systems Vs. Embedded Computer Systems

5. Company Analysis

5.1 Smart Projects

5.2 Raspberry PI Foundation

5.3 INTEL

5.4 VIA

5.5 Texas Instruments

5.6 Microchip Technology

6. A Detailed Analysis On The Available Systems

6.1 Analysis On Available Systems

6.2 Arduino

6.2.1 Different Flavors

6.2.2 Arduino Duemilanove

6.2.3 Arduino Mega

6.2.4 Arduino Nano

6.2.5 Arduino BT

6.2.6 Arduino Mini

6.3 Raspberry PI

6.4 Beagle Board/Bone

6.5 PIC

6.6 VIA - APC

6.7 Popular Single Board Computers

6.8 Overview Matrix

7. Growth Analysis And Forecast Till 2016

7.1 Software

7.2 Hardware

7.3 Predictions And Forecast

7.3.1 Education Sector

7.3.2 Gaming

7.3.3 Biometrics

8. Trend Analysis And Growth Of Embedded Computers

8.1 The Growth Of Embedded Systems & Forecasts

8.2 Impact Of Embedded Systems Data And Forecast To 2016

8.3 Impact Of Embedded Computers On Wireless Data

8.4 Impact Of Embedded Computers On Storage And Forecast

8.5 Conclusion On Known Issues

9. Future Trends & Business Opportunities

9.1 INTEL

9.2 VIA

9.3 Business Opportunities

10. Innovative Applications

10.1 Cost Effective Option For Education

10.2 Storage Servers

10.3 Replacement Dumb Terminals/Thin Clients

10.4 Highly Interactive Vending Machines

10.5 AMR Solutions

11. Conclusions And Recommendations

12. Appendices

12.1 The Internet Of Things

12.2 Role And Importance Of IPV6

12.3 Machine-To-Machine (M2M) Communications

12.4 Presence Detection And Presence-Based Applications

12.5 Location Determination And Location-Based Applications

12.6 Real-Time Location Services (RTLS)

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27Jul/120

Virginia Tech Nutrition Professor & Published Author Brenda Davy Named to WellBalance Weight Loss Camps Scientific Advisory Board


Asheville, NC (PRWEB) May 31, 2012

Dr. Brenda Davy, Associate Professor of Human Nutrition, Foods, & Exercise at Virginia Tech, has been named to the Scientific Advisory Board for WellBalance, a leading health organization that runs weight loss summer camps for adolescents ages 10 20.

Davy has agreed to provide recommendations to WellBalance for improving a clients overall health through better teen diet, physical activity, and weight management strategies. Davys expertise in improvement of weight loss diet and health behaviors will be beneficial to WellBalance customers on their journey towards meeting their summer weight loss camp and health goals.

Dr. Davy has an enormous amount of respect in the scientific world due to the research she has led, said John Taylor, Vice President of Programs for WellBalance and a celebrity fitness expert. Dr. Davy is one of the nations leading experts on helping individuals create healthy behaviors, something that the entire nation is attempting to implement as a way to fight childhood obesity. WellBalance is honored to have her as a member of our Scientific Advisory Board, and we feel that her opinions will help our clients progress in their journey towards healthy living.

Davy has a number of publications to her credit including Translational Research: Bridging the gap between long-term weight loss maintenance research and practice, which appeared in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association. Davy is also a Registered Dietitian, and studies the relationship between beverage consumption and weight management.

I am very happy to join WellBalance as a member of their Scientific Advisory Board said Davy. I look forward to helping WellBalance clients adopt weight management strategies and diet behaviors that will enable them to lead healthier lives.

Dr. Davy earned her Ph.D. in Human Nutrition from Colorado State University in 2001. She also earned a M.S. in Exercise Physiology and B.S. in Human Nutrition from Virginia Tech, and in 2010, was featured in the WebMD article Study Shows Drinking Water Helps People Lose Weight and Keep the Pounds Off, which was a report based on her research. This study, published in the journal Obesity in 2010, received national and international media attention.

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16Apr/120

Property Management Market & Top Companies Examined in New Plimsoll Publishing Study Published at MarketPublishers.com


London, UK (PRWEB) January 24, 2012

Companies in the property management industry operate and manage commercial, industrial, and retail properties. They are changing at an alarming rate in a very short space of time constantly.

New market research report "Top 350 Property Management (Global)" provided by Plimsoll Publishing has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Top 350 Property Management (Global)

Published: January, 2012

Pages: 455

Price: US$ 1,500

http://marketpublishers.com/report/business_finance_insurance/business_services/top_350_property_management_global_plimsol.html

The report unveils an insightful financial evaluation of the global property management industry. It contains a most comprehensive overview of the market sales volumes, profitability at the total level, trading activities. Each company is analysed in the frameworks of a simple graphical and numeric model. The data is presented in both the companys own currency, and USD. These individual analyses highlight each companys strengths and weaknesses instantly.

Each individual company analysis includes:

15Mar/120

World Semiconductor Industry Examined in New In-demand Study Published at MarketPublishers.com


London, UK (PRWEB) February 16, 2012

The world semiconductor market is showing signs of a healthy recovery after a rough 2011 in which year-over-year growth was flat. There will be a recovery in global demand for semiconductors after natural disasters in Japan and Taiwan disrupted production and supply chains last year. Semiconductor companies are also fueling growth prospects through new manufacturing facilities as well as research and development projects.

New market research study Global Semiconductor Marketplace: Industry Verticals, Growth Drivers, and Forecast 2012 - 2017 by Mind Commerce Publishing has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Global Semiconductor Marketplace: Industry Verticals, Growth Drivers, and Forecast 2012 - 2017

Published: February, 2012

Pages: 124

Price: US$ 995

http://marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/semiconductors/global_semiconductor_marketplace_industry_verticals_growth_drivers_n_forecast_2012_2017.html

The research study offers a comprehensive guide to the global semiconductor market, evaluating the industry verticals, evolution, and major market drivers, as well as analyzing some key technology developments expected to accelerate the need for semiconductors going forward. Furthermore, in-depth analysis and forecast for key drivers for growth of semiconductors worldwide with a special focus on growth and sophistication of mobile communications devices can also be found in the report.

Report Contents:

1 Executive Summary

1.1 Modeling Simulation and Analysis

1.1.1 Technological Methods

1.1.2 Experimental Data

1.1.3 Semiconductor Simulation

1.1.4 Process Simulators

1.1.5 Response Surface Model (RSM)

1.2 Optimization

1.2.1 Strategies

1.3 Power MOSFET DC Modeling

1.4 Semiconductor Manufacturing Automation

1.4.1 Automatic Materials Handling System (AMHS)

1.4.2 Cluster Tools

1.4.3 Semiconductor Manufacturing Integration

1.5 Semiconductor Applications

1.5.1 Semiconductors in Near Field Communications

1.5.2 Passive RFID Technology

1.5.3 Close Coupling Systems

1.5.4 Remote Coupling Systems

1.5.5 Long Range Systems

1.6 Identification Process in Static Scenarios

1.6.1 Frequency Bands and Regulations

1.6.2 RFID Locating Systems

1.6.3 Applications of RFID and NFC

1.6.4 RFID Applications, and Deployment

1.6.5 Ticketing System

1.6.6 Payment Methods

1.6.7 NFC in Mobile Devices

1.6.8 NFC to Control Other Connections.

1.6.9 Semiconductors in the Computer Ships

1.6.10 Semiconductors in Energy

1.6.11 Semiconductors as a Sensors

2 Semiconductors Market Forecast 2012-2017

3 Manufactures of the Semiconductors Worldwide

3.1 Intel Corporation

3.2 Company Overview

3.2.1 Location

3.2.2 Industry Classification

3.2.3 Business Description

3.2.4 Service Offerings

3.2.5 Company History

3.2.6 Key People

3.3 Financial Position

3.3.1 Financials & Key Numbers

3.3.2 Financial Analysis

3.3.3 Segmental Performance

3.4 Company Updates

3.4.1 Key Developments

3.4.2 Legal Issues

3.4.3 Mergers and Acquisitions

3.4.4 Company Analysis

3.5 AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) Analysis

3.6 Company Overview

3.6.1 Location

3.6.2 Industry Classification

3.6.3 Business Description

3.6.4 Service Offerings

3.6.5 Company History

3.6.6 Key People

3.6.7 Financials & Key Numbers

3.6.1 Key Financials

3.6.2 Segmental Performance

3.7 Company Updates

3.7.1 Key Developments

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10Jul/110

Newly Published Info-Graphic Compares Civilian vs. Military Jobs

Newly Published Info-Graphic Compares Civilian vs. Military Jobs











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Salt Lake City, UT (Vocus/PRWEB) April 18, 2011

The new LowVARates.com military vs. civilian salary info graphic compares the average salary of various occupations and discusses the monetary advantage and disadvantages of enlisting in the U.S. Armed Forces.

The info graphic compares 14 different positions with the average salary in the military coming up nearly $ 20,000 less then civilian positions. However, it’s hard to put a monetary value on many of the other benefits that come from having a military job.

The military offer many extremely valuable benefits including, healthcare, dental, educational programs and tuition reimbursement, inexpensive housing, gym memberships and many other perks.

The info graphic also shows that there can be salary advantages for those going into specific fields in the military. The average military computer technician makes nearly $ 40,000 more per year then a civilian computer technician.

There are also some jobs that would be a great monetary disadvantage to be a part of the military. The average civilian doctor makes approximately $ 156,000 per year. The average military doctor makes less than half the salary of the civilian doctor at only $ 58,000 per year.

Owner of LowVARates.com, Eric Kandell, created the info graphic to help potential soldiers to know the monetary advantages and disadvantages of entering the military.

“The military offers a lot of unique opportunities for young men and women,” Kandell said. “Many times it’s a great decision to provide stability and even in some cases higher pay.”

As of 30 September 2010, there are 1,430,895 troops on active duty in the military. The number of active troops is projected to increase as Secretary of Defense Robert Gates has proposed plans to increase the various military branches.

It’s hard to predict whether the increase in troops will push the average income higher or lower for military jobs. With more able men and women to perform jobs, the projection is that the average pay will slightly decrease, but there is no guarantee on a change in salary either way.

“It seems that enlisting in the military is becoming more popular because of the security and benefits it provides,” Kandell said. “The military always provides a stable option for those looking for work, particularly during a down economy.”

Those enlisting in the military on average can expect to be paid less then civilians. The average salaries of the 14 civilian occupations in the info graphic were $ 73,220.57 per year. The average salary of the 14 military occupations was $ 53,439.85 per year.

“The thing I love about the men and women of the military is that they are very passionate about what they do and the great service they provide this nation,” Kandell said. “It’s impossible to put a price tag on what these courageous men and women do for our country.”

The info graphic can be found at http://www.lowvarates.com/va-loan-blog/military-vs-civilian-salaries/

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30Apr/110

Argea’s New White Paper on Assessing Outsourcing Readiness in Mid-Market Companies Published Online at Outsourcing Venture

Argea’s New White Paper on Assessing Outsourcing Readiness in Mid-Market Companies Published Online at Outsourcing Venture










Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) August 11, 2005 -

Argea today announced the publication of Assessing Outsourcing Readiness in Mid-Market Companies in Outsourcing Venture’s special online section on solving mid-market challenges in outsourcing (http://www.outsourcingvenutre.com/midmarket). The white paper addresses the key elements of achieving organizational readiness in mid-market companies for onshore, nearshore or offshore outsourcing. The paper is the most recent in a continuous series devoted to outsourcing in mid-market companies that Argea publishes in the print magazine and online portal of Outsourcing Venture, formerly known as OutsourcingCentral.com.

There is growing evidence that most companies have one or more serious defects in their outsourcing implementation and management that are preventing them from attaining the full advantages which outsourcing is designed to deliver. Ram Iyer, CEO of Argea, said, “These defects are usually caused by a poor state of readiness to begin outsourcing. In most cases, skill, resource and knowledge shortages are to blame and these are especially common in mid-market companies. With the right guidance, however, these companies can meet and even exceed the outsourcing performance of larger companies.”

Companies in this market sector have been generally underserved, both by outsourcing providers and specialist advisors that can successfully guide them through the outsourcing lifecycle. Mid-sized companies face at least a dozen unique challenges compared to larger enterprises and it takes specialized understanding to help these companies to successfully adopt and use outsourcing as a competitive tool.

“While outsourcing can uniquely solve business challenges and create competitive advantage, it comes with risks. The information presented in Argea’s Outsourcing Readiness white paper presents crucial risk-mitigation information and strategies for successfully achieving anticipated return on investment,” said Kathleen Goolsby, editor of Outsourcing Venture magazine.

Outsourcing Venture is devoted to providing insight into outsourcing and is committed to bringing the most timely and informative intelligence to the outsourcing community. Additionally, the company’s leaders are keen to transfer essential outsourcing knowledge and competency into the mid-market, which has been overlooked in outsourcing education. “We are pleased to have Argea as an alliance partner and proud to publish another Argea paper with strategic content that is exactly what buyers of outsourcing services need to know,” stated Paul Grim, founder and publisher of Outsourcing Venture’s magazine and online portal.

About Argea

Argea's Mission is to help US-based businesses become more globally competitive by intelligently choosing and collaboratively integrating global resources and technologies to drive business performance. Argea takes a practitioner-based approach to outsourcing, primarily using outsourcing practitioners with experience at Fortune1000 companies that have firsthand knowledge of the nuances of successful outsourcing. Argea provides consulting and outsourcing management services across the outsourcing lifecycle. To find out how Argea can help your business, please visit our website at http://www.argea.com/ or email info@argea.com.

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