Global Transformer Oil Market Seeing Strong Growth

Global transformer oil market is projected to reach $2.79 Billion by 2020 at a CAGR of 7.14% from 2015 to 2020. Global transformer oil market growth is driven by the increasing electric demand in developing economies such as India, Brazil, and South Africa, which are expected to enhance their grid infrastructure to increase the electricity accessibility to the region’s population. In addition, rapidly increasing demands from various application industries and regions are generating several exciting markets opportunities for transformer oil.

Mexican Ambush Leaves 14 Police Officers Dead

At least 14 police officers died in an armed attack in the municipality of Aguililla, in the western Mexican state of Michoacán, authorities said on Monday. The region has been hit by violence linked to organized crime. According to the local press sources, state police were ambushed in the morning by men aboard armored vans when they were on their way to serving a court order in the area.

NetOps Meets DevOps: The State of Network Automation

Modern agile development practices, microservices, containers and cloud infrastructure have combined to empower application developers to innovate faster and update applications more frequently than ever before. This adoption of agile development and operational strategies requires more scalable and flexible infrastructure teams and processes, ensuring that production network, Layer 4-7 application services and applications can scale as needed. Therefore, development and test resources are ready whenever requested.

Wi-Fi 6: The Next Generation of Wireless

Another new amendment to the Wi-Fi standard! Every new generation of Wi-Fi brings an opportunity to pause and consider the transformational changes that will be affecting us in the coming years. Today, Wi-Fi networks already experience bandwidth-intensive media content and multiple Wi-Fi devices per user. Moving forward, networks will face a continued dramatic increase in the number of devices, a tripling of the total global IP traffic, and a diverse range of new technologies that will all heavily rely on Wi-Fi.

Nobel Prize in Physics 2019 – First Discovery of Planet Orbiting Solar-type Star Outside Our Solar System

Nobel Prize in Physics is a yearly award given by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences for those who have made the most outstanding contributions for mankind in the field of physics. The 2019 Nobel Prize in physics depends on the atomic physics.

The 2019 Nobel Prize is split between Michel Mayor (University Geneva), Didier Queloz (University of Geneva, University of Cambridge) and James Peebles ( Princeton University) for the discovery of an exoplanet orbiting a solar-type star, which is based on the radial velocity method. Also known as Doppler spectroscopy, it is the most effective method for locating extrasolar planets with existing technology.

Facebook Libra Project Losing Its Grandeur?

MasterCard, Visa, eBay, Mercado Pago, and Stripe have pulled out of the Libra Association. The news comes barely a week after PayPal announced that it would forgo participation. The Libra panel was initially made up of 28 companies, each set to control a network node.

Increased regulatory scrutiny has dogged the Libra project since its inception and so the future of the project seems bleak at the moment. U.S. regulators, in particular, fear that Facebook will become too powerful if allowed to handle user funds across the world. There is also trepidation among major economies such as India which are looking to ban cryptocurrencies altogether. At the heart of Libra woes lie major data privacy concerns.

Turkish Offensive Analysis in Syria

Russian military officials are voicing concerns over the humanitarian crisis in Syria due to Turkish involvement. Turkey started an operation against the Kurds on October 9, 2019 under the guise of “counterterrorism.” The Kurdish population of Syria is that country’s largest ethnic minority, comprising between 7% and 10% of the population.  Kurds are one of the indigenous peoples of the Mesopotamian plains and the highlands in what is now south-eastern Turkey, north-eastern Syria, northern Iraq, north-western Iran and south-western Armenia.

Increasing Production Drives Automotive Axle & Propeller Shaft Market

The Global Automotive Axle and Propeller Shaft Market size in terms of value is estimated to be $29.5 billion in 2019, which is projected to grow to $35.0 billion, by 2025 at a CAGR of 2.9%. Increasing production of heavy commercial vehicles, rising SUV demand, and growing adoption of AWD vehicles to get enhanced traction is expected to fuel the demand for Automotive Axle & Propeller Shaft Market.

Catalan Separatists Sentenced for Sedition, Embezzlement

Spain’s Supreme Court on Monday sentenced nine separatist leaders involved in Catalonia’s attempted independence in October 2017, to terms ranging from nine to 13 years in prison. All defendants were acquitted of the most serious charge of rebellion. The group was convicted of crimes ranging from sedition to embezzlement of public funds, in an expected decision. Three defendants were found guilty of disobedience crimes and were not sentenced to prison.

Strong Growth in Industrial Filtration Market

The industrial filtration market is expected to grow from an estimated $25.89 billion in 2018 to $35.47 billion by 2023, registering a CAGR of 6.50% during the forecast period. This growth is primarily due to the growing industrialization and urbanization, stringent regulations pertaining to emissions and treatment of industrial waste, and requirement of safe working environment in industrial facilities.

Kaïs Saïed Wins Tunisian Run-Off in Landslide

Independent presidential candidate and professor Kaïs Saïed has officially been elected as the new president of Tunisia with a clear victory. He apparently convinced about 75% of Tunisian voters in a true electoral landslide. His opponent, the controversial media magnate Nabil Karoui, earlier called the competition an unfair battle, but he has since acknowledged Saïed’s victory.

Ecuador’s Government, Protestors Reach Agreement to Restore Peace

The government of Ecuador and the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) announced an agreement Sunday night that is likely to bring to an end a wave of 11 days of protests in the country and restore peace. President Lenin Moreno stepped back and agreed to the repeal of the decree removing fuel subsidies. Protesters celebrated the deal on the streets of the capital, Quito.

Thousands Rally in Berlin After Anti-Semitic Attack

Thousands of people took to the streets of Berlin on Sunday in protest against extreme right-wing violence and anti-Semitism, in a gesture of repudiation of the attack that left two dead this week in the east German city of Halle. The protest began on Bebelplatz square, in front of the Humboldt University in the heart of the German capital. It was in this square where, in 1933, the Nazis burned books by Jewish authors considered “subversive” by Adolf Hitler’s regime.

Putin Tours Middle East for Clout and Crude

Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Saudi Arabia Monday to meet with Saudi leaders.  Putin also held talks with King Salman, as well as with Saudi Arabia over Iran and Syria. The leaders’ talks focused on the issue of oil production and the price of the product in world markets. Political analysts believe that tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia, as well as Turkey’s progress in Syria, are among the issues to be discussed at the summit of the leaders of the two countries.

Global Cannabis Juice Market Sees Strong Growth

The cannabis juice is produced using of industrial hemp and it is used in the areas of nutrition, medicine, cosmetics, and relaxing beverages. Moreover, its full-bodied umami flavor offers the ability to enhance its specific flavor, especially sweet or savory and harmonizes tastes overall. The juice of the uppermost parts of the plant has an intensive green color and its pure flavor is bitter. The juice of the fibers and the shoots of the plant are lighter in color and tastes sweet.

Khamenei Meets With Khan in Tehran, Presents Plan to End Yemen War

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, who traveled to Tehran to mediate between Iran and Saudi Arabia, met with Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Sunday. The Supreme Leader praised the Pakistani government’s concern for peace and security, saying, “the Islamic Republic of Iran has for a long time presented a four-point plan to end the war in Yemen.” He added, “the end of this war in the proper way can have positive effects on the region.”

UAE Bollywood Singer Shahid Shabaz Releases First Solo Album

When singing has become very common, everyone is dreaming of being a singer. But only a few can achieve their dreams. In this, all the competition a person with no high profile or fame is fulfilling his dreams finally. That person is named as Shahid Shahbaz. He was born and bought up in a little town Kumta in Karnataka, India. He is a young, passionate and enthusiastic musician. Would he have ever imagined that the whole Dubai will run over to every part of the world where he would perform? Shahbaz has become a singing sensation for his innovative style of singing. A few years back in India, he started his musical journey. Within a very little time, he becomes one of the most popular singers. Shahbaz was known to be a niche Sufi singer in UAE.

Operation Bernhart – Is Cryptocurrency an Evolved Version for Intelligence Services?

In 1939, Operation Bernhard was a Nazi Germany project to forge British banknotes, counterfeit currencies. Originally, the project was dubbed “Andreas”. A the time the British pound was the reserve currency and was used as a main international payment method.

Nazi Germany needed forged currency to purchase raw materials for their defense industries. Counterfeiting currency was designed to solve German financial issues during World War II and also destabilize the economies of the nations they dubbed as enemies. Additionally, financing of espionage requires the use of foreign currencies. The challenge for the Nazis was to reproduce an identical paper for the banknotes and the watermark matrix. At the time, the task was given to professional counterfeiters, who were serving prison sentences. The process took close to 7 months.

RightScale: See the Latest Cloud Trends

RightScale was recently acquired by Flexera, a provider of technology asset management solutions that help enterprises gain insights on how to optimize spend and reduce risk. The same RightScale cloud industry research team that has been producing the State of the Cloud Report for the past eight years has joined Flexera, and has again conducted the annual State of the Cloud Survey and prepared the resulting analysis for the RightScale 2019 State of the Cloud report from Flexera.

Industrial Hearable Market Sees Explosive Growth

According to a new market research report published by Credence Research “Global Industrial Hearable Market (Type (In ear, Over ear); Technology (DECT, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Others); End-Use (Construction, Manufacturing, Mining, Others); Application (Industrial Wireless Audio/Voice Application, Industrial Voice Cancellation Application)) – Growth, Future Prospects and Competitive Analysis, 2019 – 2027”, the overall industrial hearable market worldwide is expected to reach a value of $144.6 million in 2018 and is set to grow with a CAGR of 35.4 % during the forecast period.

Netanyahu Indictment Proceeding – Holding Back Progress in Making New Government

Israel is celebrating the holiday of Succot.  The holiday begins Monday night and lasts for seven days. During this time, Jews will appear to be camping out eating and living in booths which are temporary dwelling places. On the eighth day of the holiday is Simchat Torah when is completed the reading of the entire five books of Moses.  On the holiday of Simchat Torah (translated as the Joy of the Torah), Jews dance with Torah rejoicing in being the chosen people on earth to receive the Torah.

Kais Saied Appears to Win Tunisian Presidential Election

More than 7 million voters were called back to the polls on Sunday for the third time in less than a month to elect a new president who faces the challenge of taking the country out of its economic crisis. Independent constitutional law professor  Kais Saied and his rival, businessman and media magnate Nabil Karoui, a candidate for the “Heart of Tunisia” party, competed Sunday in the second round of the presidential elections.

Moderate Growth in Military Communications Market

According to the new market research report “Military Communications Market  by Communication Type (Airborne, Air-Ground, Underwater, Ground-Based), Component (Military Satcom Systems, Military Radio Systems, Military Security Systems), Application, End User, and Region – Global Forecast to 2023″, published by MarketsandMarkets, the military communications market is expected to grow from $31.50 billion in 2018 to $37.67 billion by 2023, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.6% from 2018 to 2023.

Polish Nationalists Win Most Votes in General Election— Outright Majority Unclear

Poles went to the polls on Sunday to decide general elections, and whether the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS) will repeat its victory and win an absolute majority in Parliament. The polling stations in Poland opened today at 07:00 local time (05:00 GMT). More than 25,000 polling stations are enabled for this day and remained open until 9 PM local time (19.00 GMT).

Hong Kong Police Arrest More as “Lady Liberty” Looks On

Hong Kong police carried out new arrests during protests on Sunday, organized in different neighborhoods by pro-democracy protesters. Security forces stormed a shopping center which protesters had vandalized for supporting the pro-Beijing Hong Kong government. On the other hand, a group of protesters secretly transported a statue that became a symbol of their mobilization on top of an emblematic mountain of the ex-British colony, the “Lion Rock” (495 meters), which dominates the peninsula from Kowloon.

Typhoon Hagibis: Death Toll Escalates in Japan’s Worst Storm in 60 Years

At least 35 people have been killed in a devastating typhoon that hit Japan this weekend. Many others are missing. This is considered to be Japan’s most severe storm in the last 60 years. The typhoon hit shortly before 9 PM local time on the Izu Peninsula in southwestern Tokyo. It is now moving along the east coast of Japan’s main island. The wind speed of this storm has reached a maximum of 225 kilometers per hour.

Kurds Call for Help, Europe Cuts Off Weapons to Turkey in Syria

The Kurds, who have faced Turkish attacks in northern Syria, are calling on Americans to assume their moral obligation to help them. They accuse the United States of leaving them alone, despite promises to provide them security. The Kurds, in a statement, also called on the United States to close the area’s airspace for Turkish planes. Meanwhile, France has suspended arms exports to its NATO ally because of Turkish military action.

Strong Growth in Environmental Sensor Market

According to the market research report “Environmental Sensor Market by Type (Temperature, Humidity, Air Quality, Water Quality, Integrated, UV, and Soil Moisture), Vertical (Government, Commercial, Industrial, Residential, Consumer, Enterprise), Location, and Geography – Global Forecast to 2023″, the environmental sensor market, the overall market is estimated to be worth $1.37 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach $2.19 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 9.9% from 2018 to 2023.

Workwear And Uniforms Market Growing Strong

Research Nester has released a report titled “Workwear and Uniforms Market – Global Demand Analysis & Opportunity Outlook 2027” which also includes some of the prominent market analyzing parameters such as industry growth drivers, restraints, supply and demand risk, market attractiveness, year-on-year (Y-O-Y) growth comparisons, market share comparisons, BPS analysis, SWOT analysis and Porter’s five force model.

Innovating in Endpoint Security

One of the greatest challenges to protecting a business against cybercrime is the shape shifting nature of security threats. Innovation is not the sole domain of the good guys: cyber criminals are constantly finding ingenious new ways to tunnel into consumer, enterprise and institutional IT systems. They are increasingly professional, more aggressively funded, and better-equipped than ever to exploit any weak link in the security chain.

REVIEW: The 3 Best Gaming Keyboards in 2019

The best gaming keyboard means different things to different people. Like buying the best gaming mouse, choosing the right keyboard can be a complicated issue for some because the right devices can affect or hinder the gaming experience. In the end, there may not be a correct answer for the best keyboard. what is the best keyboard for you, and what you need to consider when choosing a keyboard is a more important problem.

Explosive Growth in Head-Up Display Market

The head-up display market is estimated to grow from $1.3 billion in 2018 to $4.7 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 29.9% during the forecast period. The factors such as increase in awareness about passenger and vehicle safety; convenience offered by combination of satellite navigation technology and head-up display system; increase in demand for connected vehicles and technologically advanced HUDs drive the demand for head-up displays.

Trump Gets Bad Decisions, Another Resignation, in Frantic Friday

A federal judge ruled Friday that the that the national emergency declaration proclaimed by US President Donald Trump is illegal. Therefore, his decision to divert money from other sources to finance the construction of a border wall is also illegal. Judge David Briones of the US Federal Court for the Western District of Texas responded to a lawsuit filed against the federal government by El Paso County, Texas, jointly with the Border Network for Human Rights.

Wildfires Leave Californians in the Dark, Running for their Lives

Two people have died from various fires in California, near the city of Los Angeles, authorities reported. More than 1,000 firefighters are working to contain the flames by land and air, as Californians face dangerous fires. The most dangerous was out of control during the early hours of October 11 throughout northern Los Angeles, with tens of thousands of people forced to leave their homes. At the moment the origin of the flames is unknown.

Hong Kong Protests Continue, Sit-in Begins Saturday

The theme of Saturday’s protests in Hong Kong was to oppose the use of the Emergency Law by the Hong Kong Government, and the enactment of the Anti-Mask Law. Even though the new law has been in force for a week, at least 90 people have been arrested or accused, so far. Most people still wear masks to protest, however. Some people shouted slogans such as “masked no guilty, legislation is unreasonable”, “I have the right to wear a mask”, and “Hong Kong people resist.”