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Worldwide experts reveal the growing need for spectrum access

Sessions over the first two days of the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) Global Summit have highlighted the spectrum sharing lessons learned between countries worldwide and the current demand for unlicensed access. On its final day, the Global Summit explored national spectrum plans and the economic benefits of the spectrum.

A Glimpse of a Holographic Future with Microsoft HoloLens

A Glimpse of a Holographic Future with Microsoft HoloLens

With a focus on modern life, Microsoft Holo Glasses will provide a totally new view of our smartphones, tablets and TVs, and be perfectly matched to the use of our digital devices. Microsoft Holo Glasses aren't just hardware, they're functional fashion, and more stylish than the geeky Google glasses were in 2013. They scale down Microsoft’s existing HoloLens 2 technology into a slim wearable that fits comfortably on the face and comes with snap-on frames that allow the swapping of styles in a minute.

General Motors tests cost-effective battery technology for EVs  

Aiming to slash the cost of future electric vehicle batteries and reducing its dependence on price-sensitive metals such as cobalt, General Motors Co is experimenting with silicon-rich and lithium metal anodes, solid state and high voltage electrolytes, and dry processing of electrodes for its next generation of Ultium batteries, due around 2025, according to the company’s president Mark Reuss. 

New research shows building strategies can reduce risk of airborne diseases

A new research from Syracuse University shows the effectiveness of building systems to mitigate airborne transmission of pathogens in buildings. Carrier Global Corporation, provider of healthy, safe and sustainable building and cold chain solutions and Syracuse University have co-developed an assessment tool that can evaluate buildings for airborne pathogen transmission risk and provide custom strategies to help ensure healthier and safer environments for building occupants.

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