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EPOS Launches Gaming Headset H6PRO

Gaming audio brand, EPOS, known for the popular GSP 600 Series has released a new gaming headset – the H6PRO. This new headset hopes to offer the best accuracy, control, and reliability to the gaming audio experience. This new headset will come in two varieties. H6PRO Closed This headset comes built with passive noise reduction. Additionally, there are a variety of color options: Sebring black, racing green, and ghost white. This headset comes packed with many features including: Closed acoustic headset design, the Closed has closed-back ear cups to eliminate

8 Exciting Online Games Set in Classical Antiquity

Some of the best games ever made have been set in the period of Antiquity. Trying to pick out the best ones has been a difficult task, as there have been so many great online games set during this period in history. But fear not, we are a persistent bunch here at BagoGames and have managed to bring together 8 of the top online games set in ancient times, otherwise known as the classical Antiquity period.  God of War Series The God of War series of video games follows Kratos,

CPG Companies Must Ditch Spreadsheets and Embrace Technology

CPG Companies Must Ditch Spreadsheets and Embrace Technology Share this: Blog / CPG Companies Must Ditch Spreadsheets and Embrace Technology CPG companies can collaborate more effectively, get consensus, and make better decisions faster with the right solutions for S&OP success. To say that today’s CPG marketplace has faced some disruption is an understatement, and the pandemic is only one of the elements causing turmoil. Companies using outmoded tools such as Excel spreadsheets and simple database systems to manage sales and operations planning (S&OP) have found themselves in an almost impossible position

How Can Life Sciences Supply Chains Navigate a Disrupted World?

How Can Life Sciences Supply Chains Navigate a Disrupted World? Share this: Blog / How Can Life Sciences Supply Chains Navigate a Disrupted World? As the U.S. heads towards its second pandemic winter, there is talk of the far-reaching effects of a global economy in the grips of continued, unpredictable disruption, while at the same time many industries – life sciences being a significant one – are grappling with their own unique challenges and growing pains. A double whammy, so to speak. The upshot is that businesses must build resilience, a tolerance for ambiguity, and the ability to focus on

WIRED Retail trends for the future of ecommerce

WIRED Smarter is returning as a two day virtual festival focusing on the latest innovations and trends shaping the future of business in the retail, money and security sectors. Split into three events, WIRED Retail on Tuesday the 12th October will be of most interest to ecommerce retailers with WIRED Money and WIRED Security taking place on Wednesday the 13th October. Kicking off the series on Tuesday, WIRED Retail will uncover the most exciting trends for the future of ecommerce, showcasing the smart technologies engaging the fast-evolving customer with speakers

How machine learning revived long lost masterpieces by KlimtHow machine learning revived long lost masterpieces by KlimtSenior Program Manager Google Arts & Culture

Meet the expert — Dr. Franz SmolaWhile creating “Klimt vs. Klimt” the Google Arts & Culture team was advised and guided by Dr. Franz Smola, curator at the Belvedere and acknowledged around the world as one of the foremost Klimt experts. He shared some of his thoughts on working on the project:Why are Klimt’s Faculty Paintings so important?Klimt´s three Faculty Paintings were among the largest artworks Klimt ever created and in the field of Symbolist painting they represent Klimt’s masterpieces.What do you think about the recolored versions?The colors were essential

First Women’s Bank launches in US with focus on fixing gender lending gap

A new commercial bank in the US is aiming to be the first and only women-led and women-focused lender operating in the country. First Women’s Bank CEO, Marianne Markowitz First Women’s Bank, founded in 2019 and headquartered in Chicago, opened its first branch last month after gaining final approval from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in July. It is the first new bank to be chartered in Illinois since 2010 and raised an initial $30 million through a group of 200 investors, including Tennis star Billie Jean King. The

Canadian tech firm Coconut Software secures $22m Series B funding

Canadian tech firm Coconut Software has raised $22 million (CAD 28 million) in Series B funding. Coconut CEO Katherine Regnier The round was led by Toronto-based growth equity firm Klass Capital, with participation from Coconut’s entire roster of existing investors including Information Venture Partners, ScaleUp Ventures, Conexus Venture Capital Fund and Bay Partners. Coconut provides appointment scheduling and lobby management software for financial institutions which it claims reduces “no shows” and wait times for customer appointments and boosts conversion rates. The Saskatoon firm, whose clients include RBC Royal Bank, Arvest Bank,

US de novo commercial bank Genesis goes live in California

Genesis Bank, a California-chartered de novo bank, has launched in the US to provide services for commercial clients. Genesis Bank received its licence earlier this year, and launched in August The bank says it is focused on servicing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), the owners of SMEs, and owners and investors of income-producing properties. Headquartered in Newport Beach, Genesis aims to serve primarily the Orange and Los Angeles counties of California, as well as the Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Stephen Gordon, founding chairman and chief executive at the bank,

New US fintech Monai to gamify savings for Millennials and Gen Z

A new social finance app in the US is aiming to help young users decrease their debt by playing video games. Monai says users can game to “crush” their debt Monai, which is still in the waiting list stage, says users can use time spent playing mobile games to earn interest on savings they deposit in the app. The firm also promises to offer a savings advisor, which will provide Millennial and Gen Z customers with tips on purchases. Savings in the fintech’s “Money Boost” system will be invested in