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What Happened to Neon in Las Vegas?

Nickel slots, high stakes blackjack, world class shows, 5-star restaurants, exotic cars (and the occasional exotic dancer) epitomize some the wonders (or horrors depending on your perspective) of the Vegas strip. But arguably over the years, the most iconic feature of Sin City has been the sensory overload of neon lights which, on a clear […]

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Game of Maintenance: New Challenges for Network Uptime

According to the most recent Sandvine Internet Phenomena report, streaming video now accounts for over 70% of peak downstream internet traffic in North America. Of that, more than a third of the bandwidth is consumed by Netflix alone. As for upstream traffic, popular cloud services like Dropbox, iCloud and Google Drive are chewing up the majority. The […]

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Future City Electric Buses Move Masses

Those of us who live in a city with a robust public transportation system know a good portion of that system involves buses. And for those in cities still running bus fleets on traditional fuel, we know what that exhaust does to our air and our lungs. With less than half of US buses running […]

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UAF Addresses EV Filtration Challenges

How Companies are Saving Money While Complying with New Regulations 2020 Diesel Fuel Regulation The 2020 new diesel fuel regulations are the biggest change in global fuel regulations since the 1995 total ban on leaded gas. The new diesel regulations are the result of a United Nations IMO subcommittee that sets rules for shipping safety, […]

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Outdoor Digital Displays

Outdoor Electronic Kiosks Technology can be found virtually everywhere. We personally rely on it for so many aspects of our lives. And now, places you wouldn’t associate with technology are adopting ways to incorporate it – like zoos and parks. Outdoor technology like digital screens, and kiosks for ordering food, charging your electric car, or […]

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