Proactive news headlines including Oklo Resources, Strategic Elements, AVZ Minerals and Kazia Therapeutics

Andreas Milano

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Sydney, March 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Proactive, provider of real-time news and video interviews on growth companies listed in Australia, has covered the following companies:

  • Oklo Resources Ltd (ASX:OKU) (FRA:JYA) has delivered a “robust” initial JORC-compliant mineral resource estimate at its flagship Dandoko Gold Project in west Mali. Click here  
  • Strategic Elements Ltd (ASX:SOR) has achieved another milestone with its self-charging battery technology fabricated onto a flexible textile cloth and mechanically bent more than 2,000 times. Click here 
  • Moho Resources Ltd (ASX:MOH) has
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Google Search Ranking Algorithm Update March 26

Andreas Milano

Before going offline for this long three-day holiday, I saw rumblings of a possible Google update about to rollout. I was a bit nervous it was a core update but Google did not confirm any update and now that I am back online, the chatter, although elevated, is not at core update levels.

But there did seem to be an update that really picked up this past Sunday, around March 28th but began probably later on Friday and continued through Monday or so. Google has not confirmed any updates but both the SEO industry chatter and the automated tracking tools

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Taxpayers to fund broadband expansion under Texas plan | Texas

Andreas Milano

(The Center Square) – Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, House Speaker Dade Phelan, R-Beaumont, and Rep. Trent Ashby, R-Lufkin, want to expand broadband access to roughly 900,000 Texans currently without it.

HB5, sponsored by Ashby, would create a state broadband office and a comprehensive broadband plan for Texas.

Abbott has identified broadband access as an emergency item for the 87th legislative session.

“Broadband access is no longer a luxury, it is an essential tool for all Texans,” the governor said. “Schools need broadband to connect with students, businesses need it to remain competitive, and our doctors and nurses and their patients

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Incredible gadget can free your can save your butt while off-roading

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The New York Times

As Mask Mandates Lift, Retail Workers Again Feel Vulnerable

Marilyn Reece, the lead bakery clerk at a Kroger in Batesville, Mississippi, started noticing more customers walking around the store without masks this month after the state mandate to wear face coverings was repealed. Kroger still requires them, but that doesn’t seem to matter. When Reece, a 56-year-old breast-cancer survivor, sees those shoppers, she prays. “Please, please, don’t let me have to wait on them, because in my heart, I don’t want to ignore them, I don’t want to refuse them,” she said. “But then I’m thinking

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Top 25 Software Development Companies and Services

Andreas Milano

Information Technology has disrupted the market. With the ever-growing need for new data and emerging trends, software development is inevitable. Online businesses cannot survive without the right blend of software development services. Whether you own a startup or a large enterprise, you require a web/mobile application alongside other allied services. But, a new software development company is coming up within months, if not weeks. This further adds to your woes in finding the right and reliable custom software solution that becomes a herculean task.

Here’s some food for thought. We researched the Internet to discover top software companies that will

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Facebook, Google plan new undersea cables to connect Southeast Asia and America

Andreas Milano

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Facebook said on Monday it planned two new undersea cables to connect Singapore, Indonesia and North America in a project with Google and regional telecommunication companies to boost internet connection capacity between the regions.

“Named Echo and Bifrost, those will be the first two cables to go through a new diverse route crossing the Java Sea and they will increase overall subsea capacity in the trans-pacific by about 70%,” Facebook Vice President of Network Investments, Kevin Salvadori, told Reuters.

He declined to specify the size of the investment, but said it was

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