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Noopl’s iPhone plug-in is designed to improve hearing in noisy environments

Noopl looks like one of the more interesting hardware startups to come out of CES day one. The Sacramento-based company has designed an accessory that it says can help drown out background noise for users in a loud environment. The little accessory sports a Lightning plug (it’s currently iOS only), which connects to the bottom of an iPhone. The little dongle features a trio of microphones, coupled with an audio signal processor designed to reduce background noise. Image Credits: Noopl The...
Tags: Iphone, Gadgets, Hardware, Sacramento, Tech, Ces, Sydney, NAL, Kevin Snow, CES 2021, Noopl, Steven Verdooner, National Acoustic Laboratories NAL, Verdooner, Tim Trine


Scientist Vacancy Recruitment in NAL Bengaluru 2020

Scientist Vacancy Recruitment in NAL Bengaluru 2020 CSIR-National Aerospace Laboratory (NAL), Bengaluru is looking for bright, talented, qualified Engineering Professionals having a brilliant academic record, high level of motivation and zeal for innovative research as Scientists to participate in the exciting task of Aerospace R&D, Technology Development and related applications.... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (Manisha)]
Tags: Jobs, Engineer, Bengaluru, Karnataka, Manisha, CSIR, NAL, Laboratory, Mechanical Engineer Naukri, Aeronautical, CSIR National Aerospace Laboratory NAL Bengaluru, Aerospace R D Technology Development


NAL begins 3rd season April 13 with 6 teams

NEW YORK (AP) — The National Arena League will begin its third season of play on April 13 with six teams, including newcomers in New York and Orlando. The New York Streets and Orlando Predators join the defending champion Carolina Cobras, the Columbus (Georgia) Lions, Jacksonville Sharks and Massachusetts Pirates. Play begins with the Cobras […]
Tags: New York, News, Sports, Ap, Orlando, NAL, National Arena League, Orlando The New York Streets, Carolina Cobras, Columbus Georgia Lions Jacksonville Sharks, Massachusetts Pirates


These Are The Most & Least Painful Places To Get A Tattoo, According To The Pros

“Did it hurt?” It’s one of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to body art. Never mind that getting a tattoo has become downright pedestrian, with everyone from Disney stars to corporate suits joining in. In fact, in the past five years alone, the tattoo industry has grown by nearly 10%, collecting revenue of $2 billion in 2017, according to market research by IBIS World. But no matter how common body art becomes, we all want to know about that elusive pain factor.That’s because u...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Disney, San Francisco, Nashville, Grey, Lee, Alexandra, Cardi, Phillip Lim, NAL, Paramount Network, Georgia Grey, Rae Alexandra, Noah Lee


The Pentagon Is Publishing Foreign Nation-State Malware

This is a new thing: The Pentagon has suddenly started uploading malware samples from APTs and other nation-state sources to the website VirusTotal, which is essentially a malware zoo that's used by security pros and antivirus/malware detection engines to gain a better understanding of the threat landscape. This feels like an example of the US's new strategy of actively harassing foreign government actors. By making their malware public, the US is forcing them to continually find and use new v...
Tags: US, Pentagon, Bruce Schneier, NAL


‘Supergirl’ Has Cast Nicole Maines as Television’s First Transgender Superhero – And That’s Incredible

With the casting of transgender activist and actress Nicole Maines in season 4 of Supergirl as Nia Nal, history is being made.   Maines will become the first transgender superhero in the history of television. Known mostly for being an activist, Maines is no stranger to appearing in TV or film.   She appeared in a guest-starring role in a 2015 episode of Royal Pains.   On the documentary side, Maines was one of many people profiled in HBO’s The Trans List.   This past summer, Maines wrapped ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Features, San Diego, The Cw, Cw, Supergirl, Variety, Kara, Laurel, Nicole Maines, NAL, Comic Book/Superhero, Maines, Debra Birnbaum


UK blocks Chinese aerospace sale after security probe: Reuters

UK private equity firm Better Capital PCC Ltd’s (BCAP.L) sale of airplane parts firm Northern Aerospace Ltd to a Chinese buyer has fallen through after regulators did not issue approval following a probe into national security concerns. The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) launched an investigation last month into the 44 million pound sale of the company to a unit of China’s Shaanxi Ligeance Mineral Resources Co. (000697.SZ), issuing a notice halting the disposal. That followed a forma...
Tags: UK, China, Germany, Trends, Canada, Britain, United States, Ministry Of Defence, Cma, Reuters, Competition and Markets Authority CMA, Better Capital, NAL, PE Deals, Better Capital PCC Ltd, Northern Aerospace Ltd


12 Tips and Tools to Make Your Next LS Engine Build Easier

Now that the LS has burrowed deeply into just about every facet of Chevrolet performance, making power means spinning wrenches and swapping parts. That’s where the power theory runs right into specific knowledge requirements. While the LS is considered a branch of the small-block Chevy’s factory tree, it’s at best a distant cousin with its own, sometimes quirky, set of demands. We’ve been wrenching on LS engines long enough to have collected some working knowledge that is worth passing along. So...
Tags: Ford, Engine, Gm, Chevy, Allen, WesTech, NPT, ICB, NAL, Kent Moore, RTV, Melling, Arp, Steve Brule, Duttweiler, Kenny Duttweiler


A 727? Again?

In Electra Memories, I mentioned that, as a child growing up in the 1970’s, our family lived in Northern New Jersey and often vacationed in Sarasota, Florida. This meant we had exactly two airline options if we wanted to fly directly into Sarasota/Bradenton Airport (SRQ) and avoid the much longer drive from Tampa International (TPA) to the North. Those options were Eastern and National. In both case the equipment we flew was almost invariably the same no matter which of the three major NY area a...
Tags: London, Los Angeles, Editorials, Aviation, Ny, Boeing, Laguardia Airport, South, Jfk Airport, National Airlines, Eastern Air Lines, Pan Am, Eastern, Kennedy International Airport, Sarasota, UTB


United States: A First Time for Everything—CFPB Issues Its First No-Action Letter - Morrison & Foerster LLP

The CFPB recently announced the issuance of its first no-action letter ("NAL") to Upstart Network, Inc., an online lending platform that uses alternative data to model consumer credit decisioning and pricing.
Tags: News, United States, Morrison, CFPB, Foerster LLP, NAL, Upstart Network Inc


United States: What CFPB's First No-Action Letter Signals - Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ("CFPB" or "Bureau") yesterday issued its first ever No-Action Letter ("NAL") through its Project Catalyst initiative, and the industry.
Tags: News, United States, Bureau, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau CFPB, NAL, Stroock, Lavan LLP


Scientist vacancy in National Aerospace Laboratories 2017

Recruitment of Scientists in NAL National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) at Bengaluru  is a premier research laboratory under the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). In addition to many Research, Development and Technology Programmes in Aerospace, CSIR-NAL is actively involved in supporting the National Aerospace Programmes of ADA, DRDO, ISRO, HAL and IAF. CSIR NAL... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (SarkariNaukri Blog)]
Tags: Jobs, Engineer, Online, Bengaluru, Iaf, Scientist, CSIR, NAL, Laboratory, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research CSIR, Research Development and Technology Programmes, CSIR NAL, National Aerospace Programmes, ADA DRDO, National Aerospace Laboratories, NAL National Aerospace Laboratories NAL


Technical Staff recruitment in CSIR NAL 2017

Recruitment of Technical Staff in  NAL National Aerospace Laboratories (CSIR-NAL) at Bengaluru  is a premier research laboratory under the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). In addition to many Research, Development and Technology Programmes in Aerospace, CSIR-NAL is actively involved in supporting the National Aerospace Programmes of ADA, DRDO, ISRO, HAL and IAF.... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (SarkariNaukri Blog)]
Tags: Jobs, Engineer, Officer, Bengaluru, Assistant, Technical, Iaf, CSIR, NAL, Engg.-Diploma, MBBS, Recruitment of Technical Staff, NAL National Aerospace Laboratories CSIR NAL, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research CSIR, Research Development and Technology Programmes, CSIR NAL


Weekend Cooking: Good Taste by Jane Green

Let me say right off the bat that this was a difficult review to write. Although I've never met her, I like Jane Green and I respect her culinary background (some training at the International Culinary Center) and her fiction-writing skills. Green's beautiful cookbook, Good Taste, was originally published as a Kickstarter project but was later picked up by NAL for sale and distribution to all of the author's fans. As the introduction says, not every recipe is Green's, and she has done her best ...
Tags: Books, Green, Hawaii, Bahamas, Cookbook, Weekend Cooking, Deb, Margot, Tina, Jane Green, Carole, Beth F, NAL, Melynda Brown


Weekend Cooking: Good Taste by Jane Green

Let me say right off the bat that this was a difficult review to write. Although I've never met her, I like Jane Green and I respect her culinary background (some training at the International Culinary Center) and her fiction-writing skills. Green's beautiful cookbook, Good Taste, was originally published as a Kickstarter project but was later picked up by NAL for sale and distribution to all of the author's fans. As the introduction says, not every recipe is Green's, and she has done her best ...
Tags: Books, Green, Bahamas, Vicki, Jane Green, Beth F, NAL, Jackie Mc Guinness


12 Nonfiction Recommendations for November

If you've been reading book blogs this week, then you are likely to have seen a least a couple of nonfiction reading lists because (as I ) Nonfiction November is up and running. Here are just some of the true stories that are awaiting my attention. About this list: I restricted myself to books published this fall and chose only a few titles in three broad categories. In addition I decided to feature books I own. The backlist is brimming over with fabulous nonficiton titles, and I hardly o...
Tags: Books, France, Spain, Nasa, Paris, Biography, John, Putnam, William Morrow, Austen, Bronte, Brittan, NonFiction, Memoirs, Beth F, NAL


12 Nonfiction Recommendations for November

If you've been reading book blogs this week, then you are likely to have seen a least a couple of nonfiction reading lists because (as I ) Nonfiction November is up and running. Here are just some of the true stories that are awaiting my attention. About this list: I restricted myself to books published this fall and chose only a few titles in three broad categories. In addition I decided to feature books I own. The backlist is brimming over with fabulous nonficiton titles, and I hardly o...
Tags: Books, France, Spain, Nasa, Paris, John, Austen, Bronte, Brittan, Beth F, NAL, Sarah Sarah


These Are Our Top Reads Out In September

Even if you're not actually going back to school, there's something about September air that makes it feels as though it's time to go buy pencils and notepads and maybe even a new Trapper Keeper. But if your academic days are behind you, that doesn't mean that fall doesn't come with a reading list that's well worth your attention. It's still time to hit the books.This month, we've got a bunch of fantastic new memoirs on the docket, including Matilda star Mara Wilson's highly anticipated debut, ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Washington, Robin Williams, Iraq, Russia, America, Ted, Brooklyn, Queens, Middle East, Moscow, Amy Winehouse, Britney Spears, World Trade Center


United States: FCC Proposes To Fine E-Rate Telecom Provider $106,425 For Violation Of E-Rate Lowest Corresponding Price Rule - Womble Carlyle

A recent NAL issued by the Enforcement Bureau of the FCC proposing to fine AT&T $106,425, highlights the need for service providers in the E-rate program to ensure that they abide by the pricing restrictions of the Commission's LCP rule.
Tags: News, Fcc, United States, Commission, LCP, Enforcement Bureau, NAL, Womble Carlyle


THE LAST TREASURE Is Summer Reading's Last Pleasure

Book Review - Jackie K Cooper THE LAST TREASURE by Erika Marks When you read some novels you feel like a distant observer; with others you feel you are close by and are able to overhear the characters' words and see the events as they happen. In some very rare instances the reader feels he/she becomes a part of the plot. That is the case with Erika Marks new novel THE LAST TREASURE. While reading it I became immersed in the story and felt I was at least a side character. I imagi...
Tags: News, Sam, Huffington Post, Olivia, Jackie K Cooper, Charleston South Carolina, Outer Banks of North Carolina, Livy, Aaron Burr, Theodosia, NAL, Whit


AT&T Violated Rule Requiring Low Prices For Schools, FCC Says

Jon Brodkin, reporting for Ars Technica: AT&T overcharged two Florida school districts for phone service and should have to pay about $170,000 to the U.S. government to settle the allegations, the Federal Communications Commission said yesterday. AT&T disputes the charges and will contest the decision. The FCC issued a Notice of Apparently Liability (NAL) to AT&T, an initial step toward enforcing the proposed punishment. The alleged overcharges relate to the FCC's E-Rate program, which funds tel...
Tags: Florida, Fcc, Tech, Federal Communications Commission, AT T, Jon Brodkin, NAL


Author Jennifer Brown Talks about How to Research a Novel, Conquering Rejection, and Writing Even When It Hurts

I'm addicted to book review porn the way some people ogle real estate ads, vacation brochures, or the latest iPhone gadgets. When I first read the advance reviews of Jennifer Brown's debut novel, Modern Girls, I knew this was a must-read. The book launches this week, and I've circled one of Brown's book signings on my calendar so I can meet her and buy my copy. (Sorry if that sounds stalkerish.) Brown has earned some serious writing credentials. Her fiction, articles, and essays have appeare...
Tags: New York, Boston, New York City, America, Jordan, Seattle, New York Public Library, Penguin Random House, Huffington Post, Nyu, Rose, Brown, Eugene, Miami Beach, Lower East Side, East Harlem


New Release Books

Today’s first Featured New Release is Radical Self-Love: A Guide to Loving Yourself and Living Your Dreams ($9.99 Kindle), by Gala Darling [Hay House]. Book Description Have you ever dreamed of a life full of laughter, love, and sequins … but felt totally clueless about how to make it happen? You’re not alone. Best-selling author and speaker Gala Darling spent years in soul-sucking jobs, battling depression, an eating disorder, and a preference for chaos and disaster—simply because she didn’t kn...
Tags: Usa, Featured, Romance, Chicago, Self-help, New York Times, Kindle Books, Kensington, Huffington Post, Sarah, Steve Harvey, Romantic Comedy, Janice, Brook, Austin Texas, Kobo


Today's Read: Stars over Sunset Boulevard by Susan Meissner

Have you ever been friends with someone who seems almost your polar opposite? When outgoing Audrey agrees to let a room to reserved Violet, neither woman thought they'd ever be close. But shared adventures and shared secrets during the filming of Gone with the Wind solidify their friendship, even when men and ambition threaten to tear them apart. Here's Violet's first impression of Audrey: A brilliant California sun bathed Violet Mayfield in indulgent light as she neared the soaring palm t...
Tags: Hollywood, California, Cary Grant, Alabama, Historical Fiction, Christine, Daryl, Violet, Sunset Boulevard, Margaret Mitchell, Bert, Audrey, Yvonne, Beth F, NAL, Teaser Tuesdays