College basketball returned to the Carrier Dome last month. It’s high school football’s turn this month. The high school football championship weekend is back at Syracuse University’s Carrier Dome after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Five state champions will be crowned Friday and Saturday in the New YorkRead More →

Malacañang warned on Wednesday that hotels caught violating quarantine protocols amid the COVID-19 pandemic would face penalties. “It belongs to the Ministry of Justice [to file charges]. We are under a public health emergency and we are governed by very strict laws, ”said acting presidential spokesman Karlo Nograles in anRead More →

avalanche (AVAX) was originally the home of DeFi and has hosted a number of projects that make the most of its faster and more efficient ecosystem. And the list goes on. Avalanche is aptly named. With 364 projects launched in the last 14 months, the smart contracts platform for decentralizedRead More →

in inland waterways About the job We have a vacancy for a PhD student in the Department of Cyber ​​Engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim, Norway. For a doctoral position, the objective is a doctoral training completed until obtaining a doctorate. The research topicRead More →

Source: https://www.researchgate.net/figure/IoT-Standard-Architecture-16_fig4_327600215 1. IPv6 Internet Protocol version 6 (Ipv6) is the most recent version of Internet Protocol (IP), which is the concept of a communication protocol that provides a system of identification and location for computers on networks. The main purposes of an Internet Protocol are the routing of trafficRead More →

The national carrier Philippine Airlines (PAL) announced revised arrival protocols on Monday, following the expansion of the list of “red” countries amid detection of the new variant of COVID-19. According to PAL, the following protocols entered into force as of Sunday, November 28: Arrival protocols for green and yellow countriesRead More →

Senior Canadian Food Inspection Agency official says he’s confident U.S. Department of Agriculture officials will consider measures in place to mitigate the risk of potato wart in PEI É. as safe – once they see the correct data. A halt in PEI table potato exports put in place this weekRead More →