Govt. To Reduce In-house Plastic Usage

Govt. to reduce in-house plastic usage

The Japanese government has decided to cut down on the use of plastic products in cafeterias and shops at about 200 government agencies and affiliated institutions, such as national universities, beginning in fiscal 2019.

The decision is aimed at reducing the amount of plastic waste in the oceans. It was made when the guidelines for signing contracts between the government and the operators of in-house cafeterias and shops were being revised.

How To Find Data Usage On Android

How To Find Data Usage On Android

If you are like yours truly, then you most likely spend a lot of time online while being on the go. Whether it is checking email or watching YouTube videos on the sub, one’s monthly data consumption can take off without even realizing it, leading to a potential “bill shock”.

In this tutorial, we are going to be showing you how to find and manage your data usage on Android smartphones and tablets.

3 Ways To Reduce Data Usage On Android

3 Ways To Reduce Data Usage on Android

If you go online on the go as much as I do, then you probably already know how easy it is to burn through a few Gigabytes of mobile data each month. Unfortunately, though, that won’t make the data plan’s check any less expensive. Thankfully, there are a few seamless ways of reducing mobile data usage, so let’s go through them.

Many 4G connections have speeds that would put basic home WiFi connection to shame, data consumption can happen very fast. Unless you are video streaming or loading a high res image, you should highly consider switching it off.

Oki Signs Agreement With Xylon For Exclusive Usage Rights Of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Technology

OKI Signs Agreement with Xylon for Exclusive Usage Rights of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems TechnologyOKI IDS, an OKI Group company specializing in design services, today announced that OKI IDS has signed an agreement with Xylon d.o.o. ("Xylon" hereinafter), which seeks to extend its products and services to the global markets, that the two companies will collaborate in an alliance partnership to penetrate into Japan's Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS hereinafter) design market, effective November 12, 2014. Under this agreement, OKI IDS will act as Xylon's preferred partner for use of the Xylon logicBRICKS™ based ADAS technologies in Japan.

Smartphone Used To Check Power Usage At Outlet

Smartphone Used to Check Power Usage at OutletSanwa Supply Inc developed a measurement device (smart plug) that enables to check power usage with a smartphone and released it Feb 26, 2013.

Sanwa Supply is a Japan-based firm that sells peripheral devices for personal computers. With the smart plug, "TAP-TST13," it becomes easy to measure the power consumption of a device (up to 1,000W), integral power consumption, etc.