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Time, Space and Innovation: An Ode to Technology

On Tuesday, October 20, The Citizen Watch Company of America launched a new piece of technology called the Satellite Wave-World Time GPS. This GPS technology will have the fastest GPS sync time to date and includes worldwide reception.

The launch of the revolutionized technology in their marvelous timepiece was celebrated in New York City at Time Square. The event hosted by Citizen was called “Time, Space and Innovation,” associating all their grant accomplishments within the world of watches and technology.

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Professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University, Brian Greene, engulfed the audience with his perspective on “Time and Einstein”. Besides being a credited professor, Greene is a successful author and has written several books whereof The Elegant Universe, The Fabric of the Cosmos and The Hidden Reality collectively have spent 65 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list.

Artist Michael Benson also spoke at the event and premiered images from “Otherworlds: Visions of Our Solar System.” This exhibition will be opening for the interested at the Natural History Museum in London next year.

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Provided by Oded Aharonson, there was an illuminating perspective of the mystery of telling time in space. Aharonson is the professor of earth and planetary sciences at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel. Also, Professor Aharonson has been working with NASA on many occasions, investigating flight missions like the Mars Exploration Rovers and Cassini Mission to Saturn.

Jeffery Cohen, the President of Citizen Watch Company of America, stated, “We could not be more pleased to introduce our important new advancements in Citizen Satellite Wave technology with this stellar team of leaders from the worlds of science, space and innovation. This event is an exciting acknowledgement of our brand’s extraordinary history in technological firsts.”

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A special honor was given that evening by the Citizen Watch Company of America and the New Jersey Center of Teaching and Learning. The honor went to physics student and Bergen County Technical School Senior Michelle Baird as a “Science Star of the Future”, recognizing her exceptional and excellent skills and gumption, which is an inspiration to her academic community.

Being one of the leading and most thorough specialists in the field of watches, Citizen Watch Company of America has invented and manufactured spectacular watches. Besides this they have, as presented at the “Time, Space and Innovation” event, both improved and created technologies that have created a new path for the future of timekeeping with their Eco-Drive technology and state-of-the-art satellite-synchronized timekeeping.

Citizen Watch Company of America was established in 1918 and has since enriched the world not only with elegant watches but also revolutionizing technologies. Their motto “Better Starts Now”, implying that no matter what time or under what circumstances, there is always the possibility to make something better, and now is that time. It is a motto that they have undoubtedly lived up to and proved to be right.

MODEL: CC3005-85E. Price $1150
SATELLITE WAVE F100 MODEL: CC2006-61E. Price $1800
MODEL: CC2006-61E. Price $1800

Satoru Iwata, President of Nintendo, Dies at 55

Emotions are high today as people mourn the death of Satoru Iwata, President of Nintendo, who died at the young age of 55 from a fatal tumor in his liver.

Gamers and fans everywhere showed their respect to Iwata via social media outlets by thanking him for childhood memories and for uniting families. Various internet sites even flew flags half-staff on Super Mario games.

Nobuyuki Hayashi, a consultant and technology expert, says of Iwata,

“He didn’t just create technology. He created a whole culture. It wasn’t just a consumer product that he had delivered. He brought to people something that’s eternal, what people remember from when they were kids. He was special.”

Iwata helped Nintendo to develop into a global company with the Wii home console and DS handheld. However, Nintendo has recently faced tough times due to competition with smartphone apps. Iwata planned to guide Nintendo through another stage of its global development by creating games for smartphones and tablets. Unfortunately, Iwata will not see this put into action.

Iwata was known and praised for being more approachable than other Japanese executives. He was a gamer himself and often interacted with other gamers through the internet.

As of right now, there has been no announcement of a successor for Iwata. However, it is known that Iwata will be greatly missed and will be remembered as a legend in the video game industry.