Today, Xiaomi Youpin listed a new device from Xiaomi and this product is a kitchen waste processor.It is manufactured by Viomi and its major duty is to absorb the garbage in the kitchen.It comes with 1499 Yuan ($231).You can either make a full payment or support this crowdfunding with $1.This product is listed to ship from August 4th.The Xiaomi kitchen waste processor uses four levels of grinding to pulverize all sorts of food particles including chicken bones, watermelon skin, egg shells and more so that they can be seamlessly flushed to the septic tank without problems.
Last month, Xiaomi launched a series of devices notably the Xiaomi Mi 8 series and MIUI 10 in China.Subsequently, the global version of MIUI 10 was announced at the launch event of Xiaomi Redmi Y2.As of now, this ROM is available for many devices.Now, users of the Redmi Note 5 Pro can flash MIUI 10 Global Beta.The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro was launched in India in February and at the time, it shipped with MIUI 9 on top of Android 7.1 Nougat.However, the Oreo update for this smartphone is already available in China.
Today, Xiaomi held a press conference for its global Hong Kong offering and Xiaomi’s CEO took some questions from journalists.They were curious to know why more than 70% of its revenue came from hardware in 2017 and how the company hopes to improve its gross profit from other businesses in the future.Lei Jun stated that as of last year, Xiaomi’s hardware business racked up a gross profit of 8.7% and this is the highest that he expects the company to achieve.Earlier this year, Lei Jun stated that Xiaomi’s net profit will not exceed 5% and any surplus will be given back to its consumers.Lei Jun reiterated that the company will always maintain a very low gross profit, and a very low hardware net profit, to ensure that Xiaomi’s hardware products remain competitive in the market.Such low gross margin does not mean that the company doesn’t make money.
The Red Hen, a farm-to-table restaurant in the Shenandoah Valley, has been flooded with mostly one- and five-star Yelp reviews after White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted that the owner had asked her to leave Friday night because she works for President Donald Trump."Last night I was told by the owner of Red Hen in Lexington, VA to leave because I work for @POTUS and I politely left," Sanders tweeted Saturday morning."Her actions say far more about her than about me.I always do my best to treat people, including those I disagree with, respectfully and will continue to do so."The Red Hen didn't immediately respond to an email seeking confirmation and comment, and phone calls to the restaurant didn't go through.But someone claiming to be Sanders' server posted on Facebook about the incident, CBS News reported.
Today, Xiaomi held a press conference for its global Hong Kong offering and this conference was attended by several top executives of the company including Xiaomi’s founder, Lei Jun, co-founder Lin Bin, Li Wanqiang, Wang Chuan, Hong Feng, Liu De, CFO Zhou Chou and other.They were all available to take questions from both Chinese and foreign media.At the press conference, Lei Jun recalled Xiaomi’s achievements in the past year.He said that in 2017, Xiaomi’s revenue exceeded 100 billion yuan ($16 Billion), a year-on-year growth rate of 67.5%.This feat piloted the company to the top position amongst internet companies.In addition, Lei Jun also mentioned the performance of Xiaomi TV is quite impressive.
On May 31, the Chinese Apple released its annual flagship in Shenzhen.The Xiaomi Mi 8 came with three variants.On June 5, the Mi 8 went on sale at a price tag of 2699 yuan ($415) for the 6+64GB model, 2999 yuan ($461) for the 6+128GB variant, and 3299 yuan ($507) for the 6+256GB version.The 4+64GB model was priced at 1799 yuan ($276), while the 6+64GB model was available at 1999 yuan ($307).As of now, the Xiaomi 8 series has been sold for more than half a month.Also Read: Xiaomi Mi SE vs VIVO NEX A
The Fluance Ai40 is the third self-powered speaker I've reviewed in three weeks.Better yet, the price is right.UK and Australia prices haven't yet been released, but they convert to roughly £151 and AU$269.As regular Audiophiliac readers know, I haven't covered too many wireless products, mostly because they usually cost more and sound worse then similarly priced wired products.The Ai40 has a 1-inch (25mm) silk dome tweeter and a 5-inch (127mm) woven glass fiber composite woofer.Connectivity is limited to two sources: analog stereo RCA inputs and aptX Bluetooth, that's it.
The Woo Audio WA33 Elite Edition tube headphone amplifier improved the sound of every headphone in my collection.I've heard my share of great sounding tube amplifiers that don't sound all that much different than solid-state amps, but that's not the case with the WA33 Elite.It sounds richer, more voluptuous, and fuller bodied than the best solid-state designs.As for the design approach of this stacked, dual chassis amp I'll quote from the Woo Website, "The WA33 employs a true fully balanced design in a compact form factor, featuring a quad of 6C45 tubes for the driver that pushes a quad of 2A3 tubes for the power, and all in direct-heated triodes."Headphone connections include separate left and right channel 3-pin XLRs, one 4-pin stereo XLR, and one standard 6.3mm jack; on the rear panel there are two sets of stereo XLR inputs, one set of stereo RCA inputs and one set of stereo XLR outputs (there are no RCA outputs).When it came time to rock out the WA33 Elite muscled more slam, more guts, more head rattling power out of the RS-1s than I've ever heard before.
Exactly 30 years ago, James Hansen, the director of NASA's Institute for Space Studies, told the US Senate that the question of the day — whether climate change was happening — was no longer in doubt.The greenhouse effect that Hansen described — in which the widespread combustion of fossil fuels causes a heat-trapping buildup of gases like carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere — has since become almost common knowledge.That's quite a burden to leave the children of the future.The leaders that got us hereAfter Hansen's testimony, the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works sent a letter to Lee Thomas, the EPA administrator, asking for an examination of policy options that would help stabilize greenhouse gas emissions.Of course, behavioral psychologists and economists know that humans aren't good at coming together to deal with problems whose consequences seem far off.
JD Vance, second from left, and Steve Case, third from left, ride the Rise of the Rest bus with their colleagues and guests in Chattanooga, Tennessee.AOL cofounder Steve Case runs the DC-based venture capital firm Revolution and has "Hillbilly Elegy" author JD Vance run his $150 million Rise of the Rest Seed Fund.Case is convinced the future of American startups is outside of Silicon Valley.For the past four years, Case and his team have gone on seven bus tours, across 38 cities in 26 states.This article is part of Business Insider's ongoing series on Better Capitalism.This distribution of entrepreneurial talent and money has worked well for the first couple generations of online businesses, but the tides are already shifting, argues Steve Case, the billionaire cofounder and former CEO of AOL.
Intel's ex-CEO Brian Krzanich and his wife Brandee.Scott Olson/Getty ImagesThe office affair which sparked Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's surprise resignation on Thursday started a decade ago and ended before he became CEO in 2013, The Wall Street Journal reported.That relationship was with a woman who still works at Intel, the report said.Krzanich announced his resignation after the affair, a violation of company policy, was reportedly brought to the attention of the corporate counsel on June 14.Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigned on Thursday after it was found that he violated a company policy regarding relationships with co-workers.But the affair that put him in hot water was over before he took over as CEO, the Wall Street Journal reported.
This week we've got more rumors about future iPhones -- the 2018 lineup could have a cheaper option and the iPhone's last port might get the boot.Here's your weekly dose of iPhone news.Considering that the expensive OLED iPhone X had lower sales than expected, Apple is expected to sell more of the less costly LCD model than the OLED versions (at least that's what The Wall Street Journal reports).Trump's in cahoots with ApplePolitical drama is everywhere, even in tech.President Donald Trump's new trade tariffs on Chinese technologies will have a major effect on tech companies.
On the evening of June 23rd, Meizu technology founder – Huang Zhang – revealed in the Meizu community that the Meizu 16 is going to be the most cost-effective phone to come packed with a flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU.The info about the possible pricing of Meizu’s next flagship has been suggested thanks to an user on the company’s forum.When the forum member asked if whether the Meizu 16 was going to cost more than 4000 Yuan, the Chairman answered that “4000 Yuan will be enough” (around $614).Huang Zhang also said that “low-cost products are certainly not my food, the company’s bloated inefficiency can not support cost-effective products, I want to personally completely change the previous model.”According to other details always disclosed by Huang Zhang, the Meizu 16 series will be available in two sizes, and both versions will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, an under-display fingerprint scanner and 8GB of RAM in the top variant.Huang Zhang also revealed that they will not do as they did with the launch of the Meizu PRO 7, where they produced more phones than they could sell.
As we previously reported, Xiaomi’s latest MIUI 10 is already out in its beta form for Chinese users and a selected number of devices.The guys over on the European side didn’t like it too much apparently, thus we now have a ROM everybody can download and install on their compatible devices.The released Xiaomi EU MIUI 10 ROM is available for most flagships as well as other recent devices, such as the Xiaomi Mi 5, Mi 6, Mi 8, Mi 8 SE, Mi MIX, Mi MIX 2, Mi MIX 2S, Mi Note 2, Redmi 5, and the Redmi Note 5 Pro.The Xiaomi EU ROM is, of course, based on the MIUI 10 China Developer ROM, which means it comes with lots of the features you’ll find on the official MIUI 10 OS as well as some neat home-cooked additions, including search gestures, screen off animations, charging sound, optimized RAM consumption, 5×3 layout option, Mi AI machine learning program, face unlocking and much more (visit the source at the end of the article to learn more).Being released by the European team, the ROM does also feature lots of EU languages, while still keeping the original Mandarin and English languages.Anybody can install the Xiaomi EU MIUI 10 ROM but we only suggest doing it to power users, as there’s always a risk of damaging the device in the flashing process.
You’re not the only one worried about how much time you’re spending on Facebook.The social media giant is, according to TechCrunch, working on a time-tracking tool designed to let users know how long they spend on Facebook.The “Your Time on Facebook” tool, found in Facebook’s Android app by Jane Manchun Wong, gives you a summary of the time spent on Facebook in the last seven days.You’ll see the time spent for each day, along with your average for the week.The tool will also let you set your own time limits, and provide you with reminders as you creep closer and closer to your limit.If this all sounds familiar, it’s because everyone is getting on board the health-and-wellness train.
Bumble has already suggested they’d be open to partnering up with Facebook, while Tinder has expressed pleasure at the announcement — arguing it will help to end online dating stigma.But can Facebook offer anything that Tinder or Bumble — which both use Facebook data — can’t?The sheer amount of information Facebook has on us could make it a great place to find a partner.As well as knowing our friends, family and others (as any app using Facebook data would) — it also knows how much we interact with those users, the ones we talk to and who we tag the most.An argument for ‘yes’ comes from the fact that evidence (and often anecdote) would suggest we are not entirely honest on our dating profiles.Christian Rudder, one of the three founders of OKCupid, demonstrated our dishonesty in his book Dataclysm.
Steve Ballmer, photographed in 2009 while CEO of Microsoft.The backlash against Silicon Valley is growing.Steve Ballmer, the former CEO of Microsoft, has some advice for the likes of Facebook and Google: Accept you've screwed up, and work with regulators to fix it."Knowing what I know now, I would have resolved the issues," Ballmer said.In an interview with Yahoo Finance editor-in-chief Andy Serwer in Washington D.C., the former executive was asked how he sees the current storm clouds over the tech industry playing out.His answer: Tech companies should try to work quickly with government to find a solution — unlike what Microsoft did under his tenure, as it faced an antitrust suit from the government.
If you have not already understood that it is best to use a real password on the Iphone instead of a short code on four or six digits may security researcher Matthew Hickeys new discovery can help you realize the seriousness.In the common case you can't guess the passcode to the Iphone more than a few times before the system puts a stop and makes waiting time between attempts extremely long.A setting can also make ten failed attempts will erase all the content.so Far, techniques to circumvent this protection using hardware that Graykey, but Matthew Hickey has discovered a much simpler tricks, reports Zdnet.When the Iphone and the Ipad are connected to the computer and receives an incoming input from a keyboard, it will take care of the entry entirely before it goes on to the next chore.By manipulating the tangentbordssignalen to send a list of all the possible passcodes, the system can be fooled to test all of these and thereby circumvent the whole protection.
We’ve been talking about the Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 quite a lot in the past weeks, but that will come to an end in two days.On June 25th, the tech giant headquartered in Beijing will indeed launch the much awaited successor to the highly regarded Mi Pad series.Apparently Xiaomi couldn’t wait until that day though, as they just released a teaser on Chinese social media site Weibo, which confirms some of the specs that were rumored about the tablet.According to the teaser, the Xiaomi Mi Pad 4 will be sporting an 8-inch display with a 16:10 aspect ratio.The Mi Pad 4 appears to be featuring an ultra-narrow frame design, metal back shell and a more rounded body.There is no fingerprint recognition module on the front, which has been replaced by a camera used for face recognition.
Audio Hijack is one of the most popular utilities for mac users who do audio in different ways.this makes It possible, among other things, to record the sound from the program at any time, but also has many other features.the Developers at Rogue Amoeba have now released version 3.5 of the program, with a great news for those that streams audio over the internet, and play podcasts.the Program can now control the on audio from your computer to Shoutcast and Icecast servers, and thus live streamed on the web.Shoutcast 1 and 2 and Icecast 2 is supported, with either mp3 or aac.With the latter the program can use adaptive bitrate technology to optimize the amount of data and send with the track information so internetradiolyssnare can see what songs are playing.