“Generation” in the news
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· Intel: Detailing Potential Risk Factors →
Aside from Broadwell, all 14nm generations mentioned are based on the Skylake CPU IP and Gen9 graphics IP.
· Jack Dorsey is giving millions to Colin Kaepernick’s criminal justice group →
The gift, Dorsey said, would “advance the liberation and well-being of Black and Brown communities through education, self-empowerment, mass-mobilization to elevate the next generation of change leaders.”
The New York Times
· Today’s Activism: Spontaneous, Leaderless, but Not Without Aim →
Leveraging technology that was unavailable to earlier generations, the activists of today have a digital playbook.
· Tablet interactive: Coronavirus outbreak →
The coronavirus pandemic is proving to be one of the toughest challenges of our generation.
· Netflix and John Stamos say goodbye to 'Fuller House' — but the reboot's impact will live on →
“Fuller House” was part of an experiment by the streaming service to see if the old-school, laugh-track sitcom could be reimagined for a new generation.
· 'He tries to divide us': Former Defense Secretary Mattis compares Trump's protest response to Nazi tactics →
They have, in many cases, grown tired of being forced to make the case for their citizenship, their humanity, their very survival — again and again over the course of generations.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today →
The pandemic is threatening to derail the careers of an entire generation of working women.
· Juniper Networks, Inc.'s (JNPR) Management Presents at Bank of America Global Technology Conference (Transcript) →
Last but not the least, we want to talk a little bit about our, as the 5G infrastructure moves most to the next generation, we have a strong telco cloud infrastructure based on Contrail where we have posted a variety of different applications and we have customers doing transition from the traditional world to the new world in terms of delivering services through a virtualized or a containerized infrastructure.
· Weak demand pushing oil, gas toward 'terminal decline': report →
Renewables already account for about a quarter of electricity generation, but -- not counting hydro, which has less potential for expansion -- only about four percent of global primary energy consumption.