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Travel PR News | Siemens to use Lufthansa Group airlines’ NDC technology

Siemens: Future flight bookings via Lufthansa Group airlines’ NDC technology

Cologne, Germany, 2020-Oct-02 — /Travel PR News/ — Siemens is to use the NDC technology of the Lufthansa Group airlines for its future flight bookings. From the fourth quarter of this year onwards, corporate travelers of the Siemens Group will thus have access to the best possible booking offers from Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa and SWISS.

Starting in October, Siemens travelers in France and Belgium will be able to book their business trips via the SAP Concur platform in the Lufthansa Group airlines’ NDC channel. In a next step, Siemens will also switch its booking processes in Germany and Switzerland to the Lufthansa Group airlines’ NDC.

SAP Concur obtains the Lufthansa Group airlines’ NDC offerings through the Travel Technology Partner Travelfusion interface. BCD Travel, Siemens AG’s global TMC partner, provides a full range of travel management services via an NDC aggregation

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DIY F/A-18 LED Cockpit Display Panel

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A modern LED replica of the vintage F/A-18 display.

Mangy_Dog explains in this video that he became intrigued with the notion of creating a modern LED replica of the 1970s-vintage McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 fighter jet’s archaic digital display panels as a part of an aborted project to produce a complete, programmable cockpit. Maybe the producers of the new Top Gun sequel were interested in just a simulator for shooting scenes for that film?

Anyway, Mangy_Dog describes the challenges in producing his impressive retro-themed display and outlines the steps for you to build your own DIY display. In his case, Mangy_Dog is using the display to show the subscriber count for his YouTube channel in celebration of surpassing 1,000 subscribers. Here is his explanation:

Each digit has its own 595 shift register, and solder connections on the side. The idea is

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This foldable laptop can be carried around like a clutch for the ultimate tech-fashion statement

Gadgets these days are shrinking in size owing to the technological innovations and design implementations that compliment them. There are foldable phones like Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Surface Duo that are radically changing how we perceive our mobile devices to be like. Laptops have also seen this paradigm shift – with young buyers preferring lightweight folding screen products that promise ultra-productivity on the go.

As a refreshing approach to what a laptop could be – designer Heesung Choi from Seoul has come up with the concept idea he calls “Clutop”. A laptop that has a swanky design, since it folds into itself to become a clutch bag for stylish portability. The “normcore” design adaptation means you’ll have a lightweight laptop that matches your fashion quotient. Heesung claims it to be the world’s smallest laptop which is eye-popping in its own rights. Clutop has a screen aspect ratio of

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Netflix film dissects a technology-driven ‘social dilemma’ | Nation/World

SAN RAMON, Calif. — A new Netflix documentary is setting out to expose technology’s corrosive effects on society during a pandemic that’s left people more dependent than ever on tools that keep them connected with friends, family and colleagues they can no longer meet in person.

So the timing for the release of “The Social Dilemma” might strike some viewers as odd. But its makers aim to give you a better sense of why the pandemic isn’t the only reason it feels like we’re stuck in a dystopian nightmare.

The film, directed by Jeff Orlowski, aims to explain how Silicon Valley’s embrace of smartphones, attention-grabbing algorithms, polarizing echo chambers and pursuit of profit have left users reeling in a way that could pose an existential threat to U.S. democracy.

“It is a self-destructive code that has been planted in our society right now,” Orlowski said in an interview with The

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Kitchen Products You Didn’t Know You Needed

Look into any kitchen in the country and you’re likely to find an assortment of utensils, small appliances, and gadgets that don’t serve many purposes beyond collecting dust. (Really, you probably don’t need those pewter corn cob holders.) But fear of clutter shouldn’t dissuade you from picking up a few things that are not only unique but serve a practical and useful function in your home—even if it is incredibly specific. Check out 51 of the best gadgets you’ll be proud to show off.

1. INSTANT POT SMART WIFI; $100

Instant Pots are already a lifesaver—and with Wi-Fi and Alexa power, they’ll make any home cook a force to be reckoned with. A pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, cake maker, sauté pan, steamer, and warmer all in one, this smart Instant Pot can be controlled directly through an app or by giving your instructions to Alexa. The

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Berger HomeShield’s new campaign talks about modern technology for waterproofing solutions



a man and a woman standing in a room: The campaign has been released across online and offline mediums


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The campaign has been released across online and offline mediums

Berger Paints has launched a new campaign for Berger HomeShield conceptualised by Lowe Lintas Kolkata. The campaign featuring actor Akshay Kumar advocates the usage of modern technology to encounter problems related to waterproofing. The campaign has been released across online and offline mediums.

“Given that in most parts of India it rains a quarter part of the year, dampness or leakages are frequent problems in most households. Berger HomeShield along with the Berger Concrete Moisture Meter promises to tackle the issue scientifically,” the company said in a statement.

The campaign film hinges on the idea that little knowhow, fake gyaan or predictions don’t work. A thorough diagnosis of the problem ensures the right cure, be it for you or your walls. Scientific understanding is significant while finding the right solution, Abhijit Roy, MD and

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Pranab Mukherjee stayed away from modern gadgets, late night parties



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Former President Pranab Mukherjee with Prime Minister Narendra Modi

About Pranab Mukherjee, Congress leader Jairam Ramesh once told me that he was like Dhrupad Sangeet. If you don’t understand Dhrupad or if your ears are not trained to listen to Dhrupad, then it will be difficult for you to enjoy the music.

The analogy with Dhrupad gives the impression that Mukherjee, senior Congress leader and former President was a dreary person, who stayed a thousand hands away from so-called modern gadgets, modern lifestyle, late night parties and instead remained engrossed in politics and reading — a person from whom people might have heard, when they went to him, about Congress politics before Indira Gandhi.

It also happened, when someone went to his place, that he would narrate details of the first Congress session and explain how, from there, the party got transformed. So many times listening

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IMIDRO seeking modern technology through co-op with universities

TEHRAN- Iran’s determination for strengthening domestic production requires enjoying modern technology and knowledge, which has put all related organizations in the way of achieving high technology.

The mining industry, as one of the major sectors which play a significant role in helping the country achieve its goal of self-reliance, should obviously enjoy technical knowledge in different areas.

In this due, Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO), as the country’s major state-owned holding active in the mining sector, has put applying modern technology a top agenda of its activity, and cooperation with the country’s renowned universities is one of the organization’s main approaches to this end.

IMIDRO Head Khodadad Gharibpour has stated that his organization supports the research projects required in the industry, saying that paying attention to the scientific subjects and modern technology through cooperation with the universities is seriously followed up by IMIDRO.

In line

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Technology, Innovation and Modern War

I’m teaching my first non-lean startup class in a decade at Stanford next week: Technology, Innovation and Modern WarKeeping America’s Edge in an Era of Great Power Competition. The class is joint listed in Stanford’s International Policy department as well as in the Engineering School, in the department of Management Science and Engineering.

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Why This Course?

Five years ago, Joe Felter, Pete Newell and I realized that few of our students considered careers in the Department of Defense or Intelligence Community. In response we developed the Hacking for Defense class where students could learn about the nation’s emerging threats and security challenges while working with innovators inside the Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community to solve real national security problems. Today there is a national network of 40 colleges and universities teaching Hacking for DefenseWe’ve created a network of entrepreneurial students

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“Recipes from a Greek childhood, with modern flourishes”

2019’s MasterChef champion, Irini Tzortzoglou draws on memories of family life and fresh produce in the tiny village of Ano Akria in Crete to share her contemporary take on Greek cuisine in her debut cookbook, Under the Olive Tree (Headline Home, £25).

A former banker, Tzortzoglou – who now lives in Cartmel – charts her rediscovery of the joy of food preparation, and of the hospitality “ingrained in the Greeks” that surrounded her growing up.

The approach

Alongside nostalgia for the Greece of her childhood, Tzortzoglou offers modern, cheffy flourishes (there is a chapter on “fancy gadgets”, like sous vide wands). The opening chapters offer a broad tour of Greek cuisine, from kokkinista (tomato dishes) to pités (pies).

The book is split into two: recipes for “Everyday”, including breakfasts, salads and meat, and for “Entertaining”, including Easter celebrations, Christmas feasting and appetisers, mains and desserts for pull-out-all-the-stops dinner parties –

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