Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb IPVideo Corp. named a Silver winner in IoT Innovator’s 2019 IoT Innovator Awards 1 / 1 Back to Gallery IPVideo Corp. announced today that IoT Innovator – a news outlet focused on examining the ever-evolving Internet of Things market and providing breaking news and incisive insider stories about what is arguably the most disruptive digital phenomenon of our time – has named the company a winner in the 2019 IoT Innovator Awards. BAY SHORE, N.Y. (PRWEB) December 06, 2019 IPVideo Corp. announced today that IoT Innovator – a news outlet focused on examining the ever-evolving Internet of Things market and providing breaking news and incisive insider stories … [Read more...] about IPVideo Corp. named a Silver winner in IoT Innovator’s 2019 IoT Innovator Awards
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NATO is not brain dead. The bold pronouncement by French President Emmanuel MacronEmmanuel Jean-Michel MacronOvernight Defense: Trump leaves door open to possible troop increase in Middle East | Putin offers immediate extension of key nuclear treaty Putin offers immediate extension of key nuclear treaty Trump's antics shouldn't overshadow what he has accomplished in NATO MORE last month is excessive and premature. However, the comment put American President Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpTrumps light 97th annual National Christmas Tree Trump to hold campaign rally in Michigan 'Don't mess with Mama': Pelosi's daughter tweets support following press conference comments MORE in the awkward position of defending NATO when he normally does the opposite. “NATO has come a long way in three years, and it has become very powerful,” he said during the meeting of its leaders in London this week. He also took credit for recent increases in defense spending by member states, nine of … [Read more...] about Jane Harman: NATO must use its brain cells to battle these threats
The post-presidential entertainment careers of Barack and Michelle Obama have hit a major obstacle: they don’t own the trademark of their “Higher Ground Productions.” The Higher Ground portion of the name remains the intellectual property of businesswoman Hanisya Massey. Massey, who is black, runs Higher Ground Enterprises in Covina, California, The New York Times reported Wednesday.Barack and Michelle Obama Launch Production Company Shutterstock, K2 images The United States Patent and Trademark Office has ruled that the Obamas company name is too similar to Massey’s and the entrepreneur was there first, registering her name in 2017. (RELATED: Obamas Announce Their New Shows And Films Launching On Netflix) That was the beginning of the trademark war that started with an initial request from the Obamas’ lawyer for Massey to find another name. Massey refused but suggested she might be amenable to negotiation if she was included in some of the Obamas future … [Read more...] about Obamas Pressure Black Woman To Relinquish ‘Higher Ground’ Trademark
The black dust that caked Margaret Gordon’s Venetian blinds was the first bad omen. Her West Oakland neighborhood, criss-crossed by freeways and nestled close to a busy port, was gradually poisoning her lungs, she says. When Gordon moved to an affordable housing complex on 7th and Willow Streets in 1992, she could hear trucks rumbling by throughout the day, shipping goods from the port, crawling along the Interstate 880 underpass and rolling out of the post office parking lot. Gordon was diagnosed with asthma, as were her two grandchildren, who lived in the same building. Respiratory ailments were so widespread among children in the neighborhood that the nurse at Prescott Elementary School carried a shoebox full of inhalers. Two decades later, air pollution still looms near ports and freeways. The transportation sector accounts for 41% of greenhouse gas emissions in California, and 10% derives from heavy trucks, which comprise only 4% of all vehicles on the road. The California … [Read more...] about Heavy trucks are among California’s biggest polluters. Can the state make them go electric?
Some suggestions from our critics on arts and entertainment events around the Bay Area during Gay Pride Week. Sunday, June 18 Opera “Rigoletto”: Verdi’s haunting tragedy returns to the War Memorial Opera House with Quinn Kelsey in the title role of the malevolent jester, Pene Pati as the licentious Duke of Mantua, and Georgian soprano Nino Machaidze as Gilda. 7:30 p.m. $26-$397. War Memorial Opera House, 301 Van Ness Ave., S.F. (415) 864-3330. www.sfopera.com — Joshua Kosman Theater “The Legend of Georgia McBride”: When his career as an Elvis impersonator fails to take off, Casey (Adam Magill) applies his skill set to a new discipline: drag. 2 and 7:30 p.m. $22 and up. Marin Theatre Company, 397 Miller Ave., Mill Valley. www.marintheatre.org — Lily Janiak Monday, June 19 Movies “Sleeping Beauty”: Be enchanted with this 1959 animation classic in which Maleficent places a curse on Princess Aurora. Spoiler alert: It … [Read more...] about Critics’ arts and entertainment picks for Pride Week