Day: August 23, 2020

Best gifts to buy teenage girls for 2020: Apple AirPods, Fuji Instax and more

Teenage girls might be one of the most challenging demographics to have on your shopping list, whether for a birthday or another special occasion, but you don’t have to lean on gift cards, bath bombs or nail polish. Did you know that scrunchies are back? (Those of you with a VSCO girl in the house are already aware of this, no doubt.) We’ve got a list of perfect gift ideas that she will actually want to use, no matter her style or interests.

You’ll find some of the hottest tech gadgets, backpacks and games a teenage girl would covet in this lineup. We’ve created this gift guide so that it’ll be easier to slam dunk this gift-giving opportunity for the 13- to 18-year-old girls in your life, whether it’s your daughter, sister or friend.

The streamlined Kanken backpack from Fjallraven is pricey, but an oh-so-nice great gift. The cute

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Global General Surgery Devices Market 2020 Regulatory Framework, Market Strategies and End-User Applicants by 2025

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Aug 10, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
The latest report entitled Global General Surgery Devices Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 is well documented to present a crucial analytical review of the market. The report has defined the present market scenario in an orderly way, emphasizing the industrial development, prominent players engaged in the current market. This mindfully drafted research offering is in complete sync with the current ongoing General Surgery Devices market developments as well as challenges. The report specially sheds light on popular industry trends encompassing both market drivers as well as dominant trends. The report covers segment data with respect to the type segment, industry segment, and channel segment.

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The report then aims to educate the reader and provide an in-depth analysis of this

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GAN Launches Real Money Internet Gambling in Pennsylvania for Cordish Gaming Group

GAN Limited (the “Company” or “GAN”) (NASDAQ: GAN), a leading business-to-business supplier of internet gambling software-as-a-service solutions to the U.S. land-based casino industry, today announced the launch of the new “PlayLive!” branded Internet gambling business in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for Cordish Gaming Group (“Cordish”), the gaming division of The Cordish Companies.

GAN successfully deployed the real money gaming operation in just 72 days following the execution of a definitive agreement, once again validating GAN’s rapid delivery process. This launch, which leverages the “Live! Rewards” customer rewards program, enables residents of Pennsylvania to enroll in advance, online, for their Live! Rewards Players Card and engage with a full range of gambling content including Internet slots, table games and non-traditional online gambling games. This launch comes ahead of two new Live!-branded gaming facilities in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, expected to open in late 2020 and early 2021, respectively.

Live! is an existing

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From the archives: Technology and power

January 1931

From “Machine-Age Politics”: The technological drive in government has broken down historical relations between political units, just as it has changed the linkage between governors and governed. To be sure, the custom of parceling off the world and each country into little areas under separate rule continues unabated. In the United States this habit is responsible for the fierce battle always raging over states’ rights. In general it is responsible for the spirit of nationalism which so often sets the world aflame. But the cable, the railway, the radio, air mail, and their companions of iron and steel are steadily raising new questions respecting political boundaries. How far is ancient sectionalism compatible with the operating requirements of modern technology? Here is a big issue for the future to face.

 December 1965

From “The Pressure of Numbers”: How can human behavior be directed into channels of concern for man

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USPS launches new website to help Americans vote by mail

The US Postal Service announced Friday it has launched a new website to help Americans navigate mail-in voting.

The new page offers general “FAQ” information, guidance for finding states election websites and other helpful links.

“The Postal Service recognizes that many states are choosing to expand mail-in voting options in the upcoming elections and that there will likely be a significant increase in demand among postal customers to participate in those elections by using the mail,” the agency wrote in a news release.

The site comes in the midst of a service crisis and as President Trump, along with his postmaster general, Louis DeJoy, face increasing outrage over USPS management.

Trump has railed repeatedly against mail-in voting, claiming it would create the most “fraudulent” presidential election in US history.

He has said he’s withholding additional funding Democrats have asked for the postal service to make widespread mail-in voting during the

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