Technoparks of Moscow: effective infrastructure for innovative future

Technoparks of Moscow

Moscow is already the capital of the future. At least according to a recent study of the Foreign Direct Investment Intelligence. The city systematically raises investment attractiveness in all of its spheres, ensuring the building of infrastructure and platforms for all the participants of the market. One of such directions of the city is the creation of modern technoparks and technopolises (or science or technology or research parks) under the aegis of the Moscow City Investment Agency. The first technopark in Moscow was opened in 1991 at the National Research…

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Mogix Announces Their New Even Lighter Power Bank Bar

Mogix Electronic Accessories has just announced the launch of a whole new external battery charger… It’s half the size of its flagship backup power bank – in fact it’s a little smaller than chocolate bar, hence the new campaign for their pint size power bar – perfect pocket size!  This new product launch is being celebrated with a HUGE sale that will be available for only a limited time. The launch price of the new, lighter Mogix external battery charger will be $17.99, which is more than two thirds off…

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Would Planned Obsolescence Control Ever Fly in The United States?

LOS ANGELES, CA: Planned obsolescence is a type of policy that is particularly present in the technology industry but that is also expanding into many other areas, as well, in which consumer goods/appliances are deliberately created so that they will quickly need to be replaced. This occurs by designing and manufacturing those products by using non-durable materials, ending the creation of replacement parts, and frequently changing the designs for next gen models. Some countries have made specific moves to control the trend involving products that fall into the category of…

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Legal issues may define the future of wearable technology

Google glass augmented reality glasses wearable technology

Wearable devices be defined by the laws policing their use in the future Wearable technology has managed to attract a lot of attention, but many people are focusing on the capabilities of new devices rather than the legal issues that may come to define these devices. Many tech experts believe that wearable devices will eventually play a major role in society in a similar way that smartphones do today. In the future, however, the value of wearable devices may be very limited because of certain legal issues that could prohibit…

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