KULR Technology Group Announces Order for Surface Pro Storage Solution Onboard the International Space Station – Press Release

Strengthens KULR’s Longstanding NASA Partnership As Company Also Advances Commercialization in Multiple Consumer Markets

SAN DIEGO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / October 1, 2020 / KULR Technology Group, Inc. (OTCQB:KULR)(the “Company” or “KULR”) announces it will supply NASA with safe storage solutions for the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 hybrid notebook computers used aboard the International Space Station (ISS). KULR will include a version of its passive propagation resistant Thermal Runaway Shield (TRS) technology in fireproof storage pouches, which are specifically designed to mitigate the risks of lithium-ion battery fires and explosions while accommodating the restrictive dimensions of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5. The safe storage pouches will be used onboard the Orion spacecraft used to transport crews to and from the ISS and will be included in a future NASA launch.

Testing of the TRS solution within the fireproof bags demonstrated their ability to absorb enough thermal energy in the tightly

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ROCCAT Launches the Burst Pro & Burst Core Gaming Mice

Roccat Burst Pro & Burst Core Gaming Mice

ROCCAT, Turtle Beach’s Hamburg, Germany-based PC gaming accessories brand, today unveiled its all-new Burst Pro PC gaming mouse. The Burst Pro is ROCCAT’s first mouse to debut its Titan Optical Switch, which – like the recently announced Vulcan Pro and TKL Pro keyboards – offers PC gamers a competitive advantage by delivering precise, lightning-fast performance. ROCCAT’s Burst Pro PC gaming mouse registers clicks up to 100 times faster than standard mechanical gaming mice, and the light-based switches also have a longer lifespan.

The Burst Pro is designed with a new symmetrical and ergonomic shape, and its unique translucent honeycomb shell keeps the weight down to an extremely lightweight 68g while showcasing ROCCAT’s AIMO intelligent lighting like never before. The Burst Pro PC gaming mouse is also the first to feature 100% pure PTFE heat-treated glides and a PhantomFlex cable for high-performing, unrestricted gameplay on any type of mousepad.

Roccat Burst Pro & Burst Core Gaming Mice

ROCCAT Burst

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Apple’s Disappointing Decision Revealed In New MacBook Pro Leak

Apple is widely expected to launch two new MacBooks during October. They will be the first hardware available to the public using the new ARM-based processors instead of the current Intel chips. This is part of a planned two-year transition towards Apple using its own silicon over all of the Mac platform.

The laptops are very much on the bleeding edge of technology, but not much is expected to change on the outside – those who are looking for new design ideas and up to date technology outside of the move to ARM are going to have to wait until the back half of 2021.

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New MacBook Pro Leak Reveals Missing Feature

Apple is widely expected to launch two new MacBooks during October. They will be the first hardware available to the public using the new ARM-based processors instead of the current Intel chips. This is part of a planned two-year transition towards Apple using its own silicon over all of the Mac platform.

The laptops are very much on the bleeding edge of technology, but not much is expected to change on the outside – those who are looking for new design ideas and up to date technology outside of the move to ARM are going to have to wait until the back half of 2021.

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iPad Pro mini LED-backlight expected in early 2021, MacBook later in year

Apple will use mini LED for the backlight of a “high-end MacBook” in late 2021, a report claims, a device that will follow after the launch of a 12.9-inch iPad Pro using the display technology in early 2021.

Osram Opto Semiconductors is reportedly going to become Apple’s second supplier of mini LED chips alongside Epistar, according to people familiar with the matter. The supply of mini LED chips from Osram will apparently start in 2021, with the chips intended for an updated MacBook model which would ship in the second half of 2021.

The industry sources of DigiTimes claim the 12.9-inch iPad Pro will use mini LED backlights, and will ship in early 2021, with each using over 10,000 mini LEDs. Epistar is thought to be ready to produce mini LEDs, with a production line for making blue-light LEDs modified for creating the smaller components during the third quarter

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Leaker: ‘iPhone 12 mini’ and iPhone 12 Storage Capacities Start at 64GB, Pro Models at 128GB

Rumors suggest Apple’s iPhone 12 launch event will be held on October 13, with the more affordable 5.4 and 6.1-inch devices set to ship out ahead of the more expensive 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch Pro devices, and this morning hit-and-miss leaker Jon Prosser has further committed to that date by providing alleged details on Apple’s first shipment of finalized ‌iPhone 12‌ units.


Prosser claims the initial shipment of ‌iPhone 12‌ units will go out to distributors on October 5 in advance of the launch event, and this will include the 5.4-inch ‌iPhone 12‌ “mini” – which he says is “definitely the final marketing name” – and the lower end 6.1-inch ‌iPhone 12‌ model. Prosser asserts that the two higher-end Pro models will be announced at the same event but will ship later in November.

Prosser also claims that the more affordable models will come in 64, 128, and 256GB storage capacities,

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CRC Launches New Technology Multi-Use Automotive Parts Cleaner & Degreaser Pro Series | State

HORSHAM, Pa., Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — CRC Industries, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of specialty products and formulations for maintenance and repair professionals and do-it-yourselfers, has launched a new advanced technology multi-use parts cleaner proven to clean up to 14 times faster than other similar products on the market*. The impressive cleaning capability of fast-acting CRC Parts Cleaner & Degreaser Pro Series provides greater efficiency for technicians for multiple applications around the shop or garage. The product is highly effective for cleaning metal parts including carburetors, chokes, air intakes, throttle bodies, brake drums, rotors, and calipers.

“CRC Parts Cleaner & Degreaser is the most powerful product of its kind on the market today,” notes Jonah Rauch, Product Manager for CRC Industries. “We developed this formula to help technicians save time on the job by removing the toughest grease, oil, and varnish from metal parts, faster than ever

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CRC Launches New Technology Multi-Use Automotive Parts Cleaner & Degreaser Pro Series

“CRC Parts Cleaner & Degreaser is the most powerful product of its kind on the market today,” notes Jonah Rauch, Product Manager for CRC Industries. “We developed this formula to help technicians save time on the job by removing the toughest grease, oil, and varnish from metal parts, faster than ever before possible, while drying quickly and leaving no residue. Our lab testing proves it removes deposits 14 times faster than the competitive average. This next-level chemistry combined with our PowerJet® spray nozzle breaks up deposits with cleaning performance that the competition just can’t match. Honestly, this is a game-changing product that sets a new bar for the multi-use parts cleaning category.”

CRC Parts Cleaner & Degreaser is 50-State VOC compliant and meets SAEJ2784 and ASTMD1353 standards. Packaged in a larger shop-sized 24 ounce aerosol can, CRC Parts Cleaner & Degreaser is the newest addition to the CRC Pro

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APC targets gamers with its Back-UPS Pro Gaming UPS

Whether you game on an Xbox, a Playstation, or a PC, nothing is more irritating than getting knocked out of a game by an electrical blackout. At best, you’ll get penalized for quitting a multiplayer game. At worst, you’ll see smoke rising from your gear because it got fried from a power surge when the electricity came roaring back.

APC, a division of Schneider Electric and one of the bigger names in uninterruptible power supplies, has announced a brand-new unit aimed squarely at gamers. Not familiar with the concept of a UPS? You can take a deep dive in our product guide here, but at a 5,000-foot level, it’s essentially a very big battery that will supply back-up power in the event of a blackout. The idea is to provide your equipment—including your broadband gateway and router—enough time to shut down gracefully, and give you a few minutes to save

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5 tips for foodies from a photo pro

I have been taking photos of food for my work for something close to 10 years. Colleagues of mine will attest — because I say it all the time — that when it comes to shooting in a working restaurant, I always feel self-conscious, turning mealtime, (mine and everyone’s around me) into a tiny spectacle as I shift plates, stand up, search for optimal lighting, occasionally employing my own while using the “voice activation” on my camera to snap my shots.

But this is my job and, as the saying goes, the camera eats first.

The other day, after dragging the coffee table across the room toward the window, working against time as the day’s beautiful natural light began to fade, I stood on my coffee table, phone cam aimed down at a dish of roast pork chow fun. Snap after snap I rotated the bowl to allow the glistening

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