Enphase Energy Welcomes Christopher Landau, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, to Made in Mexico Event

Christopher Landau, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico and Santiago Desentis, Director of Latin America for Enphase Energy

Santiago Desentis, Director of Latin America for Enphase Energy, thanks Christopher Landau, the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, for his visit to the Flex Mexico manufacturing facility in Guadalajara, Mexico
Santiago Desentis, Director of Latin America for Enphase Energy, thanks Christopher Landau, the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, for his visit to the Flex Mexico manufacturing facility in Guadalajara, Mexico
Santiago Desentis, Director of Latin America for Enphase Energy, thanks Christopher Landau, the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, for his visit to the Flex Mexico manufacturing facility in Guadalajara, Mexico

FREMONT, Calif., Sept. 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Enphase Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: ENPH), a global energy technology company and the world’s leading supplier of solar microinverters, today announced it hosted a Made in Mexico event yesterday at the Flex manufacturing facility in Guadalajara, Mexico. The Company was honored to welcome Christopher Landau, the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, to the event as he received a facility tour and overview of Enphase’s investment in Mexico.

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What we hope to see at Amazon’s annual hardware event

We’re not sure exactly what Amazon plans to unveil during its fall hardware event on Thursday, but if history is a guide, we’re expecting a truckload of new products.

At last year’s event, Amazon unleashed a firehose of new products, from the Dolby Atmos-enabled Echo Studio and a next-gen Echo speaker to Echo Frames glasses, the Echo Loop ring, the Echo Dot with Clock, and the kid-focused Echo Glow. There was also a new Eero mesh router, a couple of new Ring cameras, an Alexa-enabled oven, and even the upcoming Ring Fetch dog tracker that’s slated to work with Amazon’s (also upcoming) Sidewalk neighborhood network (more on that in a bit).

We’re betting Amazon will once again trot out a parade of new devices on Thursday; however, we’re not quite sure what to expect.

Unlike Google, which has pretty much telegraphed what it will be showing off during

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Everything Amazon announced at its September event

Amazon unveiled plenty of new hardware at its fall event on Thursday, including several new Echo speakers and a flying Ring drone. 

Look into my crystal ball... maybe Alexa will tell you your future.

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Amazon’s signature smart speaker now comes in a sleek spherical shape with the Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Dot with Clock. With brand-new colors, Amazon’s first-generation AZ1 Neural Edge processor, and a 1.6-inch front-facing speaker for the Dot and Dot with Clock, the company claims the devices will provide faster processing times and crisper sound than their predecessors. 

Swivel all day and all night.

Swivel all day and all night.

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When you’re using it to video chat or cook, the Echo Show 10 smart display will follow you as you move around the room. According to Amazon, the device already supports Skype, and they will soon be adding support for Zoom, Amazon Chime, and

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Amazon Event: Tech Titan Unveils New Home Drone, Speakers, Gaming Service

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com Inc. on Thursday rolled out an array of speaker and security devices centered around the home and a gaming subscription service and controller, offerings tailor-made for the coronavirus era.

The devices include a home-camera drone, a pivoting speaker with a camera, a car alarm, a car camera, a cloud-connected gaming controller and a number of other products and services.

The company unveiled new features for some existing products such as using a television as a video-calling device with the Fire TV media player and updated functions for its Alexa voice assistant. Alexa now has the ability to read books to children or detect if a baby is crying. It can also ask users to clarify questions to “get smarter,” Amazon says.

A new Alexa security feature named Guard Plus will be able to detect sounds of activity around a customer’s home when they are away

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Here’s everything Amazon announced at its latest hardware event

From new Ring flying indoor drone cameras to an adorable new kids version of one of its most popular Amazon home products, Jeff Bezos’ Seattle retailer unveiled a slew of new hardware goodies just ahead of the holiday shopping season.

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Amazon kicked off its latest hardware showcase by unveiling a new version of the company’s Echo devices, which now include spherical speakers (with a version for kids featuring cute animal graphics). Amazon also unveiled an updated, more personalized Echo capabilities and a new tracking feature for its Show 10 that mirrors Facebook’s Portal in its ability to follow users as they move around a room.

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Ring also had plenty to pitch at the Amazon hardware show. The security camera company is updating its line with the Always Home Cam, a

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Every new Alexa feature announced at Amazon’s Sept. 24 event

Amazon’s annual hardware event has come and gone, and with it we’ve seen a slew of new Alexa features for your Echo speakers, displays and other voice-driven devices. Alexa continues to expand its reach, connecting with over 140,000 smart home devices, and boasting more than 100 million Alexa-compatible devices installed across its user base. But the voice assistant’s power isn’t just in its rapidly growing scale.



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When I spoke to Daniel Rausch, Amazon’s vice president of smart home and Alexa mobile, before the hardware event, he said Alexa is becoming more independent too. Alexa will soon be able to act on Hunches without asking, to listen for and react to sounds other than a wake word, and to protect your home more actively with an upgrade to Alexa Guard.

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All this will lead to what Rausch

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Amazon’s 2020 Hardware Event: Everything Announced

In recent years, Amazon has evolved from an online retailer to an online retailer that also makes a slew of hardware. And, like any other hardware company, that means holding annual events to show of its latest and greatest tech. Amazon’s latest hardware event is today, and we’re expecting it to be where Amazon showcases its latest Alexa devices, Ring devices, and so on.

Unfortunately, Amazon’s even is invite-only — so you can’t livestream it like you would be able to an Apple event or Google’s upcoming event. That is why we’ve put together this roundup.

We’ll be updating this roundup as the event happens, so if you’re interested in Amazon’s latest devices, check back every now and then.

What we expect at Amazon’s event

Amazon’s hardware offerings have all been based around Alexa, and that’s likely to continue this year. The Amazon Echo has traditionally been the star of

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Apple leaker confirms Oct. 13 ‘iPhone 12’ event, Pro models arriving later

The “iPhone 12” will be announced at an Apple Event on October 13 according to prolific leaker Jon Prosser, aligning with earlier rumors.

Apple is expected to announce the “iPhone 12” lineup at an event sometime in October, and all speculation points to October 13. Jon Prosser has added that his sources line up with the leaked date provided to AppleInsider.

Prosser details again that the event will take place on October 13 with pre-orders opening on October 16, just as the AppleInsider source had said. He also included that the “iPhone 12 mini” and “iPhone 12 Max” would arrive in stores on October 23.

A follow up tweet noted that the “iPhone 12 Pro” and “iPhone 12 Pro Max” would likely be shown at the event, but not launch until sometime in November.

The pro models are likely delayed due to more complex part orders and the

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DVIDS – News – COVID-19 and hurricanes defeated, live ANTX event prevails


Despite COVID-19 limitations and planning challenges caused by Hurricanes Laura and Marco, a collaborative team prevailed in conducting a live Advanced Naval Technology Exercise (ANTX).

Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division (NSWC PCD) recently collaborated with Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (CNMOC) in coordination with the Naval Oceanographic Office’s Fleet Survey Team (FST), and Klein Marine to conduct the testing at NSWC PCD.

The government and industry teams overcame potential setbacks by implementing safety protocols, maintaining a flexible schedule, and keeping a can-do attitude. With participants coming from across the country, one team travelling over 40 hours by vehicle, to both Gulfport, Miss., and Panama City, Fla., this synergy led to successes that far outweighed the struggle.

“The ANTX 20 vignette highlighted technology that is important to the Navy in maintaining a warfighting edge,” said Capt. Micah Weltmer, CNMOC ANTX director.

“The main benefits of ANTX are

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