In terms of game output, Nintendo’s 2019 has been one of its most consistent years yet.

In terms of game output, Nintendo’s 2019 has been one of its most consistent years yet. It delivered quality games throughout the year with titles like Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Super Mario Maker 2, Astral Chain, and Pokemon Sword & Shield. It was impressive to see the tenured company maintain the momentum it has gathered since the Switch’s launch. While 2019 may be coming to a close, there are heaps of Switch games worth getting excited about in 2020. Nintendo may be keeping its cards close to its chest in terms of its first-party output, but there’s plenty of games from other developers on the way. Below you can find out more details about the biggest Switch games of 2020 and when they’re expected to release. If you’re more curious about which games are coming to other consoles, be sure to check out the features breaking down them down in the list below. Also, read our feature covering our 2020 predictions. Rest assured that the future will yield plenty of exciting new games, but there’s still this year’s games to deliberate upon. After all, GameSpot’s Game of the Year awards is nearly upon us. If you want an intimate look i...

MDOT MVA Shares Tips and Resources For Seniors During Older Driver Safety Awareness Week

GLEN BURNIE, Md. (December 3, 2019) – Maryland has nearly 4.5 million licensed drivers, and among them is a rapidly growing older population. As we age, changes in physical, cognitive and sensory skills can impact a person’s ability to drive. During Older Driver Safety Awareness Week, from December 2 through 6, the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration (MDOT MVA) is reminding older drivers that there are a variety of options to make getting behind the wheel safer for them and other road users. “Our ultimate goal is to ensure that all drivers remain safe on the road for as long as possible,” said MDOT MVA Administrator Chrissy Nizer, who also serves as Governor Hogan’s Highway Safety Representative. Older Driver Safety Awareness Week promotes the importance of mobility and transportation options for older adults and emphasizes the importance of recognizing changes in driving abilities and understanding risk factors. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the risk of sustaining a serious injury in a crash increase as people age. For example, a 55-year-old female has about a 10 percent risk of injury in a frontal crash at a spe...

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We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our website. For more details including how to change your cookie settings, please read our Cookie Policy. Path: All Categories >> Smart Living Electronics >> Access Control Products >> Access Control Readers & Input Devices >> NFC tags – Update me on new products View latest products We’ve sent a confirmation e-mail to XXX@gmail.com. Click on the link in the e-mail to activate and start receiving free alerts when new products are posted! Any third-party trademarks or images shown here are for reference purposes only. We are not authorized to sell any items bearing such trademarks. Note: Not all certifying agents offer online lookup, and some have a lag time for posting new certificates. If you are unable to find a certificate online, contact the certification agency or supplier for further verification. Address: 25th Anxing Road, Sanjiaolong industrial, Anliang village Hengang Town, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China  (518000) This Verified Supplier’s Business Registration profile has been independently verified with relevant government agencies Learn more Language Option: Españolbeta | P...

Battlestar Galactica: Battlestar Galactica: Our Extended Recap of “Revelations”

[See that scroll bar over there? See how long it is? Yeah, this baby's a long one. You've been warned!] The stage was set – the mood around the Frak Party this past Friday eve was of a palpable, barely suppressed jubilee. You might think it was the single-malt whiskey being passed around (thanks to all of RDM’s podcast suggestions), but our joy was not one you could find in a bottle. Having been witness to season-ending plot-twists the likes of which had us jumping up, clutching our heads, and yelling, “Holy Frak!” – we could only stand around and guess at what Ron Moore and company had in store for us this go round, especially with the series ender looming in the far-distance. But you could bet, between the sips of whiskey and the chain drags of the Baltar-sized cigars, that we had smiles on our faces as we analyzed every plot strand and wondered at the fate of our favorite characters on television. The crystal-clear night under the stars, with the BSG soundtrack blaring in the background, seemed ripe for grand revelations indeed. And boy did our beloved writers, actors, and directors ever deliver on the promises that had been developing over the c...

Cambridge Trust merges with Wellesley Bank in $122 million deal, leaping up to 22 branches

Wellesley Bancorp, the parent of Wellesley Bank, has agreed to an acquisition by Cambridge Bancorp in a deal valued at $122 million. Once the all-stock purchase goes through, Wellesley Bank would become part of growing Cambridge Trust Co. The Wellesley Bank branch in Wellesley Square just underwent a facelift over the summer, and it looks like it will be getting some more work down the road – undoubtedly matching a new look in the works since at least September 2018 for Cambridge Trust, which is trading in its Old English typography for a more modern look. A press release announcing the transaction refers to it as a “strategically compelling merger” of private banking and wealth management firms. An accompanying presentation states that uniting the banks will “provide additional scale in the dynamic and affluent greater Boston market.” What is Cambridge Trust buying? Wellesley Bank, founded in 1911, has expanded beyond its five-branch roots in its hometown, Needham and Newton in recent years, opening a sixth branch in Boston and going public. It has a little under $1 billion in assets; the entity combined with Cambridge Trust – started in 1890 and now running 16 banking offices ...

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This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC’s registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726. Electric vehicles (EVs) are finally reaching the mainstream. Just a couple years ago, most EVs—aside from those produced by EV pioneer Tesla—were small commuter cars whose range was limited to less than 100 miles. Now, a whole group of medium-sized EVs are joining Tesla with sedans and crossover sport-utility vehicles that can go more than 250 miles on a single charge. Even if you know how a gasoline engine works, EVs add a whole new set of components and a different language to describe them. If you are shopping for an EV, or might be in the near future, it could be helpful to know what the different pieces and systems do in a modern electric vehicle. Here are eight of the major parts that make up an EV. Reading about them won’t provide you with a degree in electrical engineering, but it might help you understand how this exciting new technology works. Lithium ion batteries power electric vehicles. There are several different configurations (small cy...

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COPYING AND DISTRIBUTING ARE PROHIBITED WITHOUT PERMISSION OF THE PUBLISHER: SContreras@Euromoney.com Sustainable financing is gaining ground in corporate Russia as firms look to improve their environmental, social and governance policies ‒ but can the country’s notorious polluters really go green? The country is one of the world’s largest producers of hydrocarbons and has an unenviable reputation for environmental carelessness, weak governance and indifference to the wellbeing of workers. Yet, in the corporate world at least, there are signs that attitudes are starting to change. For the first time this year, the St Petersburg International Economic Forum, Russia’s top business event, featured a panel on sustainability. Consultants are ramping up their environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) teams in Moscow. The country’s biggest industrial group has sponsored sustainability equity indices and an increasing number of firms are touting their ESG credentials in lengthy sustainability reports. Perhaps surprisingly, the charge is being led by metals and mining companies. The websites and annual reports of precious metals producers Polymetal and Polyus, steelmaker Seve...

Cups and trays manufactured from recycled plastic is precisely what battenfeld-cincinnati, Illig Maschinenbau, and Der Grüne

Cups and trays manufactured from recycled plastic is precisely what battenfeld-cincinnati, Illig Maschinenbau, and Der Grüne Punkt (The Green Dot) are producing in a joint project. The aim was to close the reusable material cycle for disposable packaging made of PP and PET. At their K 2019 booths, the three companies provided information about their latest contribution to sustainability and the conservation of resources, showing a viable way to reach higher recycling rates. The materials used to produce the sheet were supplied by Der Grüne Punkt and Germany’s dual system waste collections. To recover the material, the plastic packaging waste first passed through several steps of an elaborate sorting process (NIR, swim-sink and hydro cyclone separation). The PET proportion was cleaned by conventional washing, while the PP was prepared by additional optimised sorting and washing processes, as well as regranulation as Systalen PRIMUS PP. Der Grüne Punkt has now embarked on a new course by separating the various packaging products according to individual articles in several sorting cascades, thus producing a high-quality fraction of PET trays. This fraction, ground into flakes and s...