Society for Information Display (SID), Net Neutrality Upheld, SpaceX Lands Again, India Goes Green

First Segment: Society for Information Display (SID). Sri Peruvemba, Board Member and Chair of Marketing

Society for Information Display is comprised of the top scientists, engineers, corporate researchers, and business people of the display industry, valued at over US$100B annually. SID was formed in 1962 to promulgate display technology, and that work continues today, publishing a monthly Journal of SID, Information Display magazine, and our annual Digest of Technical Papers, which is presented at our annual spring Display Week Symposium and Exhibition. These publications are available online without additional charge for members.

Second Segment: Computer and Technology News.

Computer America searches low and lower for the best news stories on the internet. Find out about stories today such as:

Appeals Court Refuses To Hear Net Neutrality Challenge

Today, a federal appeals court refuses to consider a challenge to previous Net Neutrality  rules mandating equal access to all websites.

Apple Holds $250 Billion In The Bank

Apple will report that the company is holding a quarter of a trillion dollars in the bank, come earnings report Tuesday.

India Goes Green

India’s Energy minister vouches for electric vehicles. To combat growing pollution and  millions of preventable deaths, the country will turn to electric cars to cut smog.

Tesla To Announce Multiple Gigafactories This Year

Tesla sees the demand for batteries, solar panels, and more on the rise. Multiple Gigafactories will be proposed to meet demand and future growth in these industries.

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