ASBPE launches redesigned website

The new website makes it simple for prospective members to join ASBPE. It offers a new list of benefits to membership, which is free to qualifying B2B journalists. There are many benefits to becoming an ASBPE member. Some benefits include discounts when entering for the Azbee Awards of Excellence, job posting opportunities, checking out a members-only freelancer directory, webinars, and more.

The updated website provides details on the upcoming Azbee Awards of Excellence as well as scan through a list of award winners from previous years. The association also has been hosting monthly webinars on topics such as growing a freelance business, strategies for virtual events, and managing contributed content. The new website provides more details on these webinars.

Additionally, the ASBPE Blog offers frequent commentaries and interviews with B2B journalists that

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CoreAxis Launches New Website & Virtual Academy

CoreAxis Launches New Website & Virtual Academy

Boston, MA, November 24, 2020 –(PR.com)– CoreAxis, a leading provider of custom learning solutions, is proud to announce the launch of its newly designed website. The launch coincides with the release of CoreAcademy, a suite of in-demand virtual learning courses for organizations that want to rapidly grow, develop and upskill their employees. CoreAcademy’s initial offerings include courses on fostering diversity and inclusion, creating high-performing teams and managing virtual performance reviews.

“CoreAxis’ new website and the launch of CoreAcademy mark a significant milestone in the company’s 20-year history,” said Mark Zides, CEO and Founder of CoreAxis. “The learning industry has undergone significant change in the past year and we recognized the need to adapt to meet the moment. Our new website makes it easier for talent leaders to access information about modern learning solutions, while CoreAcademy enables organizations to dramatically extend the reach of their learning initiatives.”

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ASBPE launches redesigned website | Markets Insider

TAMPA, Fla., Nov. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) has launched a redesigned website. The new website offers a cleaner look, improved navigation, and additional features for members and prospective members alike.

The association also has been hosting monthly webinars on topics such as strategies for virtual events.

The new website makes it simple for prospective members to join ASBPE. It offers a new list of benefits to membership, which is free to qualifying B2B journalists. There are many benefits to becoming an ASBPE member. Some benefits include discounts when entering for the Azbee Awards of Excellence, job posting opportunities, checking out a members-only freelancer directory, webinars, and more.

The updated website provides details on the upcoming Azbee Awards of Excellence as well as scan through a list of award winners from previous years. The association also has been hosting monthly webinars on

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Asus launches second generation Tinker Board single-board computer

Back in 2017, Asus leveraged its motherboard know-how to throw down the single-board computer gauntlet to the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the Tinker Board. There have been a few variations since, but now the second generation boards have been revealed.

There are two Tinker Boards on offer, which are pretty much the same apart from the standard 2 model comes with a microSD card slot only while the 2S adds 16 GB of onboard eMMC storage.

They both get a boost in the brains department to a six-core RK3399 system-on-chip (SoC) that’s based on Arm’s new 64-bit v8 architecture and features two different processors – 2-GHz dual-core Cortex-A72 and 1.5-GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 – that are automatically selected by software to best meet the needs of the current task or process. Asus says that users can expect nearly twice the performance compared to the original Tinker Board.

The SoC also includes

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Deloitte Australia launches new software engineering practice – Strategy – Software

Consulting firm Deloitte Australia is launching a new practice called Modern Systems Engineering, which aims to help clients modernise their technology from a software engineering perspective.

The group will be part of Deloitte Consulting’s platform engineering business and is currently recruiting for experienced hands-on engineering practitioners.

The team is led by Deloitte partner Liz Douglass, who has 20 years’ of experience in the technology sector and previously led software engineering teams for Coles, IAG and Medibank.

“Modern engineering is gaining traction as business leaders recognise the need to take a systems approach to get maximum value from their technology,” Douglass said.

“We created the Modern Systems Engineering practice to help improve IT delivery for clients, enabling them to respond faster to their customers’ changing expectations.

“We use new ways of delivering technology, such as DevSecOps, agile and continuous delivery, to transform our clients’ business.”

The team will work with clients

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The Big Cheese Launches With New E-Commerce Website To Sell Its Premium 12- To 15-Year Aged Sharp Cheddar Cheese This Holiday Season

Founded by Josh Gentine, part of the third generation of the family-owned Sargento Foods cheese legacy, The Big Cheese was created to move a special supply of sharp cheddar from farm to table. The Big Cheese specializes in 40-pound ($299), five-pound ($99) and two-and-a-half-pound ($49) blocks of premium, sharp-as-sh*t, aged-to-perfection cheddar cheese — and they’re ready to ship to everyone on your holiday list, now (and only) at https://thebigcheese.com.

“Why ‘The Big Cheese’? Because food doesn’t have to be serious. The cheese experience should be memorable and fun — and that starts well before that first bite, with a collective mix of humor, edginess and wit,” Gentine said. “Our perfectly aged cheese is a must-have for any holiday charcuterie board or to send that special someone who deserves a cheesy gift.”

The Big Cheese’s cheddar is the sharpest cheddar possible, delivered directly to the cheese lover’s doorstep

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Shark Tank-Winning Kids Laptop Company Launches Next Distance Learning Computer

OAKLAND, Calif., Nov. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Oakland-based startup, Tanoshi, is excited to announce the release of their new kids laptop, the Tanoshi Scholar. With greater durability, more educational content developed by award-winning educators, and with Zoom and Google Meet compatibility, the Scholar is ideal for distance learning.

COVID-19 shocked the entire nation resulting in explosive sales of Tanoshi’s first computer, the Tanoshi 2-in-1, for kids 6-12 years. Parents flocked to purchase the 2-in-1 due to its educational content, first in class parental controls, and affordability. Tanoshi believes every child should have a reliable computer at home, where they can develop the skills necessary for future success. Shortly after the onset of COVID, co-founders, Brad Johnston, Lisa Love, and Greg Smith appeared on Shark Tank where they scored a deal with Daymond John. John posted to Twitter, immediately following Shark Tank, “I love the fact that they have a mission

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Auris Medical Launches Website for AM-301-focused Subsidiary, Altamira Medica

Hamilton, Bermuda, November 20, 2020 – Auris Medical Holding Ltd. (NASDAQ: EARS), a clinical-stage company dedicated to developing therapeutics that address important unmet medical needs in neurotology, rhinology and allergy and CNS disorders, today announced the launch of a dedicated website for its affiliate Altamira Medica Ltd. The website, www.altamiramedica.com, offers quick and easy access to information about the Company’s development of AM-301, a drug-free nasal spray intended for self-protection against risks from exposure to airborne viruses and allergens.   

Altamira Medica Ltd. was set up in September 2020 as a subsidiary of Auris Medical Holding Ltd. to focus on and expedite the development of AM-301. Upon application into the nose, AM-301 forms a protective gel layer on the nasal mucosa. This thin film is designed to prevent the contact of airborne viruses and allergens with cells; in addition, the composition serves to “trap” such particles and help with their

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Hope For Fortnite Gamers As Developer Launches App Store Bypass Software

Gamers are now able to play previously-unavailable titles on Apple devices after developers launched software that bypasses the App Store and allows users to access PC games on the Safari browser, paving the way for Fortnite to return to iPhones.

Apple pulled the wildly popular open-world game from its online store in mid-August after developer Epic Games released an update that dodges revenue sharing with the iPhone maker, and the companies are locked in a legal battle.

Now Silicon Valley tech firm Nvidia has developed a version of its GEForce Now cloud gaming service that runs on Apple’s browser.

“GeForce NOW is streaming on iOS Safari, in beta, starting today,” Nvidia said in a blog post on Thursday.

“That means more than 5 million GeForce NOW members can now access the latest experience by launching Safari from iPhone or iPad.”

Apple pulled Fortnite from its App Store on August 13 Apple pulled Fortnite from its App Store on August 13

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Onion-style Arabic satirical news website launches English edition

A groundbreaking Arabic satirical news site that skewers the Middle East’s politicians and pieties – dodging the ire of hostile governments and their online supporters – has launched an English language edition.



a man wearing a suit and tie: Photograph: Graeme Robertson/The Guardian


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Photograph: Graeme Robertson/The Guardian

Al-Hudood (the Limits), with deadpan headlines reminiscent of the US publication the Onion, has rankled authorities in the Arab world since launching in 2013. It gives new audiences a taste of groundbreaking humour that ranges from dry (“Students at local school memorise lesson in independent thinking”) to dark (“Intelligence service corrects beliefs of man who thought he only feared God”) to pitch-black (“Syrian dies of natural causes”).



a man wearing a suit and tie: Isam Uraiqat, the website’s London-based editor-in-chief.


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Isam Uraiqat, the website’s London-based editor-in-chief.

“People have gone numb to all the horrors that are around us, and we are trying to get them to look at things from a new angle,” said Isam Uraiqat,

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