With increasing numbers of manufacturing sectors, the demand for robotics is escalating. Since collaborative robots are lightweight and flexible robots that work side by side with humans safely, increases in the demand for collaborative robots is occurring in manufacturing industries, especially SME (Small Manufacturing Enterprises).
The United States has conducted a military exercise that simulates a retaliatory strike using nuclear weapons after Russia’s use of low-power nuclear weapons in Europe against NATO countries. This was announced on February 21, 2020 at a briefing for journalists by a high-ranking Pentagon representative stating that “We conducted a small exercise, let’s say.” The ...
Some taxpayers still use the old-school method of filing their tax returns: on paper. For these people, now is the time to switch and file electronically. All taxpayers should consider joining the more than 138 million taxpayers who used IRS e-file last year. Here are the top reasons why taxpayers should file electronically in 2020: ...
A patent has been found from Apple describing the design of the iPhone in a completely glass case. According to the Apple Insider portal the document refers to a device that may seem to be made of a single piece of glass, although in reality it may consist of several pieces connected together. According to ...
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