Category: Technology Evolution

Why Micron Technology Stock Went Up Almost 17% in February

What happened

Shares of Micron Technology (NASDAQ:MU) went up 16.9% in February, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. The stock even approached all-time highs achieved way back during the dot-com bubble of 2000. Here’s why: The semiconductor industry is showing signs of strength, and some Wall Street analysts believe this could keep fueling gains for Micron stock.

So what

Micron makes two kinds of memory products, but dynamic random access memory (DRAM) is its most important, accounting for 72% of total revenue for fiscal 2020. While DRAM products are generally in high demand, occasional oversupply in the

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The Connected Future Of Kitchen Technology

As kitchen technology rapidly evolves, with automated solutions entering the mainstream, remaining at the forefront of restaurant innovation will require more than just individual automated devices. As the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated digital adoption for businesses and consumers alike, the next level requires business owners to look beyond the capabilities of any one instrument and toward how technologies can be integrated into a network in which each proverbial hand always knows what the other is doing.

This is where connected kitchens — kitchens in which devices work together to optimize the workflow — come

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New technology could increase health inequities

New technology could increase health inequities
Both individuals and entire nations can buy themselves a better spot in the queue to get health care. Credit: Shutterstock, NTB

New technology is good for patients and the healthcare system. But it could also expand the already significant health disparities in Norway and other countries.

“Women and men with higher education in Norway live five to six years longer than people with that only have lower secondary school education,” says Emil Øversveen, a postdoctoral fellow at NTNU’s Department of Sociology and Political Science.

He is affiliated with CHAIN, the Center for Global Health Inequalities Research. The center works to

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Information Technology Specialist (Systems Analysis) job with USAJobs



The position is located in the Information Management Division, Executive Office, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL/EX/IM). The Information Technology Specialist (Systems Analysis) provides guidance and recommendations for meeting development and implementation requirements for INL IT and Telecommunication functional needs as articulated. Conducts technical reviews of contractor IT related proposals and provides recommendations.

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  • Conducts technical reviews of contractor IT-related proposals and provides recommendations concerning contractor proposals including concepts, architecture, etc.
  • Provides policy direction regarding programs including IT foreign assistance , G-net network, data management; and coordinates on activities
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How Technology Platforms Can Help Agencies Succeed

The home care industry is one of the fastest-growing health care sectors in the United States as more and more patients realize the benefits of at-home care. In 2021, this trend is driven mainly by the COVID-19 pandemic and an increasing number of chronic health issues in the population. As home care agencies evolve to meet this growing demand, many are turning to technology to help them outsource functions such as employee management and compliance.

Understanding Home Care

Home care refers to any professional support service that helps patients live safely in their own homes. These agencies aid those facing

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