Thursday, April 2, 2020

Is it better to be first or best?

In the fast paced world of tech, is it better to be the first to market or is it better to be the be...

After VCs spend millions Nigeria restricts ride-hail motorbike taxis – TechCrunch

Nigeria’s commercial hub of Lagos has shaken up its transportation order. At the center are the West African country’s motorcycle taxis — referred to...

This is more like it – TechCrunch

The buyer beware adage is never more true than among early adopters. It was price, however, that made the Galaxy Fold such a...

Here’s everything Samsung just announced at Unpacked 2020 – TechCrunch

At least once a year, Samsung pulls hundreds of reporters, analysts and industry folk into one big room for an event it calls...

Siri will now answer your election questions – TechCrunch

Apple’s built-in voice assistant won’t help you figure out who to vote for, but it will be able to update you on different...

Siri will now answer your election questions – TechCrunch

Apple’s built-in voice assistant won’t help you figure out who to vote for, but it will be able to update you on different...

Samsung gives foldables another go with the Galaxy Z Flip – TechCrunch

Samsung did a surprisingly good job keeping the Galaxy Fold under wraps, surprising the world with its first foldable this time last year...

Samsung skips nine numbers, announces the Galaxy S20 – TechCrunch

The world will likely never see the Galaxy S11. Or the Galaxies S12-S19, for that matter. At an event this morning in San...

Samsung’s very good Galaxy Buds get much better battery life – TechCrunch

Samsung’s Galaxy Buds have been one of the low-key success stories of the current Bluetooth earbud revolution. They don’t have the flash of...

Samsung’s flagships get a new level of premium, starting at $1,400

Flagship prices that routinely top out well above $1,000 are among the chief factors in slowing smartphone adoption. Certainly Samsung has done something...

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Silver Leaching: the green fabric byproduct that is killing the seas

Christian Eidem, Chair of Life Materials, welcomed the recent report by the Swedish Water Board: “There is a growing demand for natural fabrics and that demand will continue to grow. But not all natural fabrics are the same.” Anders Finsson, the Senior Environmental Advisor of the Swedish Water & Wastewater Association (Svenskt Vatten), presented their findings at the recent Biocides conference in Vienna. The key finding in the report is that many so called green fabrics use metal, especially silver, to allow them to have less odour and therefore require fewer washes.