Gionee mobile had announced its first quad camera phone some months back and now the company seems to be working hard on a device from the same Gionee S series and it goes by the name –Gionee S11.The Gionee S11 has been spotted on GFXBench database along with expected specifications.The device would come with a 6-inch Full HD+ FullView AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels and is powered by a 64-bit Meditatek MT6763 Octa-core chipset with a clock speed of 2.3GHz and ARM Mali-G71 graphic processor.Expected to boot Android 7.1.1 Nougat with Amigo OS 5.0 interface out of the box, the device is packed with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, but we are not certain if the storage would allow for expansion.The phone unlike the S10 has a single rear camera- with 16-megapixels resolution and a 5-megapixel front camera.The listing made no mention of battery capacity, but we can safely assume nothing short of 3500mAh battery equipped with fast charging would be on board.
The trip from Libya to Italy costs 2900 Libyan dinar.The pages paint a deceiving picture of the reality people face when trying to cross the Mediterranean, referring to “7 hour trips” to waiting Italian Coastguard boats using pictures of relatively sturdy wooden boats.The reality is very different - HuffPost UK last month witnessed first hand how migrants are packed onto unseaworthy inflatable dinghies not designed to cross seas.Consequently these vessels often collapse, throwing their occupants into the sea and creating a corrosive mix of fuel and seawater.Aboard the NGO rescue ship, the Aquarius, HuffPost UK saw the transfer of eight burned bodies of people who had drowned attempting the journey.Under pressure from the House and Senate intelligence committees investigating Russian meddling in the US election, Mark Zuckerberg made a rare public statement, saying: ”“I care deeply about the democratic process and protecting its integrity.
Paul Silver, Media iQ, chief operating officer, maintains that media planning tools are not fit for purpose in a digital age.Here he outlines how three key principles necessary to successful evolution in an era increasingly defined by: data management; processing; and activation.Look to the multi-million investments made by GroupM (M-Platform), Denstu Aegis (Merkle and subsequently M1 platform) and Publicis ('Publicis People Cloud').The debate rages on about how people will need to co-exist with advancements in analytics or how people will soon be supplanted by fully autonomous AI applications.Whether these are the planners of today or indeed the planners of tomorrow is a debate reserved for another time.These challenges are really around automating as much as possible the process of identifying, integrating, ingesting and storing (ETL) new data sets which will draw new insights which will be applied to solving brand challenges.
They are not the only ones to make pessimistic estimates on the ‘rise of the robots’.Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, made global headlines at the start of December when he warned we’re “in the midst of a technological revolution that is once again changing the nature of work”.A Deloitte and University of Oxford study also warned that 95% of finance professionals were at risk of losing their jobs over the next 20 years.Whilst some elements of manufacturing and services have faced continual disruption from technological advancement, the advent of AI and smart robotics threatens professional level jobs as never before.Yet driverless cars or Amazon’s experiments with drone deliveries may be just the beginning of what computing power might replace.Many technologists and policy-makers have dubbed this period ‘IR4’ or ‘Industry 4.0’ - the Fourth Industrial Revolution.’
At 16, Brett Smrz lost his leg after a freak trampoline accident.Today, Smrz is a professional stunt driver and one of two Ant-Man stunt doubles you’ll see in Ant-Man and the Wasp.Production on the Ant-Man sequel began earlier this year, but last week, photos of Smrz wearing part of his Ant-Man costume and his everyday prosthetic leg made their way online and challenged everyone to rethink their ideas about what kinds of people become stunt doubles.Now this is super cool.This is AntMan's stunt double.If you know any kids that this may help uplift feel free to take it.
In the first evaluation of evaporation as a renewable energy source, researchers at Columbia University find that U.S. lakes and reservoirs could generate 325 gigawatts of power, nearly 70 percent of what the United States currently produces.Though still limited to experiments in the lab, evaporation-harvested power could in principle be made on demand, day or night, overcoming the intermittency problems plaguing solar and wind energy.The researchers' calculations are outlined in the Sept. issue of Nature Communications."We have the technology to harness energy from wind, water and the sun, but evaporation is just as powerful," says the study's senior author Ozgur Sahin, a biophysicist at Columbia.One machine developed in his lab, the so-called Evaporation Engine, controls humidity with a shutter that opens and closes, prompting bacterial spores to expand and contract.The spores' contractions are transferred to a generator that makes electricity.
Drastic advances in research of artificial intelligence have led to a wide range of fascinating developments in this area over the last decade.Autonomously driven cars, but also everyday applications such as search engines and spam filters illustrate the versatility of methods from the field of artificial intelligence.Infrared spectroscopy is one of the most valuable experimental methods to gain insight into the world of molecules.Infrared spectra are chemical fingerprints that provide information on the composition and properties of substances and materials.In many cases, these spectra are very complex - a detailed analysis makes computer-aided simulations indispensable.While quantum chemical calculations in principle enable extremely precise prediction of infrared spectra, their applicability in practice is made difficult by the high computational effort associated with them.
- Although gambling on professional sports is illegal in most states, one in five fans have placed a bet and 73 percent of those who did so said it made watching the games more interesting, according to the results of a national UMass Lowell-Washington Post poll released today.The poll also found that a majority of Americans (55 percent) support making gambling on professional sports legal in all states - it is legal now only in Delaware, Montana, Nevada and Oregon - compared to 33 percent who disapprove, according to the new poll.This suggests that support may actually continue to increase in years to come.I would not be surprised if we see a push to legalize sports betting in more states, especially in states with the ballot initiative," said Prof. Joshua Dyck, co-director of the UMass Lowell Center for Public Opinion, which partnered with The Washington Post on the national poll.Despite much public attention in recent years on fantasy sports leagues and daily fantasy sports sites like DraftKings and FanDuel, only 16 percent of sports fans have participated in a fantasy league in the last five years, the survey found.Less than a quarter of those who participated in fantasy sports did so via a daily fantasy league like DraftKings or FanDuel, which award cash payouts.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (September 26, 2017) - Following the widespread impact of its historic statement on the overuse and misinterpretation of p-values throughout the scientific community, the American Statistical Association (ASA) is convening scientists spanning many disciplines to help bolster statistical and scientific evidence, move beyond an irrational overdependence on p-values, and improve the rigor and reproducibility of research.This first-of-its-kind event, the Symposium on Statistical Inference, takes place October 11-12, 2017, in Bethesda, Maryland."Statistical analysis is key to conducting research in any field of science, and the challenge and pressures of reproducibility are impacting the perception and path of worthwhile research," said ASA President Barry D. Nussbaum."While the ASA's statement addressed the inappropriate explanations and uses of p-values and significance tests, this conference is an imperative next step to not only further the dialogue, but also drive change that leads to lasting improvements in multidisciplinary research, communicating and understanding uncertainty, and decision-making."Discussions will center on specific approaches for refining statistical and scientific evidence as it intersects with conducting, using, sponsoring, disseminating, and replicating research.Upon the conclusion of the symposium, recommendations, approaches, and guidelines will be published and made available to the entire scientific community, policymakers, members of the media and the general public.
the Swedish right-wing populist party sweden democrats in yesterday to a criminal offence mps, which is often in the party women have accused of sexual harassment, told the Swedish media.the Thing came out of TV4 yesterday, Kalla facts -in the program, where the state representative Hanna Wigh told the sweden democrats, the experience of harassment.Prosecutor Maria Sterup told in a press release Tuesday that it had started a preliminary investigation."Hear what the woman has said in the media, I estimate that there is reason to suppose of a sexual assault happened", Sterupin release read the Expressen newspaper.the Suspect's name became the Swedish democrats, according to the party's knowledge till today.the Party's head of press Henrik Vinge told Expressenille they ran into Hanna wigh was in the morning in the tv studio in the hallway.
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A month after naming Erik Sollenberg of Forsman & Bodenfors as its CP+B has recruited another high-profile Swede, to be the agency’s global chief creative officer.Karlsson made his name in the ’90s when he and Paul Malmstrom, aka “the Swedes,” came the U.S. and electrified the creative scene, first at Fallon and then at Mother New York, which they co-founded.Karlsson later served as McCann’s global CCO for several years, and recently has been running Ming, his own creative shop at the intersection of design, technology and entertainment.“I wasn’t looking for a new job but the opportunity came up, and I couldn’t stop thinking about it,” Karlsson told Adweek on Tuesday.“I was longing for a new adventure, and when [CP+B chairman] Chuck [Porter] and Erik contacted me, it just seemed like it was meant to be.”Karlsson will relocate to Boulder, Colo., where CP+B is headquartered.
the European parliament does not give the public information about who lobbyists and other persons to the parliament buildings to visit.Economics asked parliament for fresh information to the visitors after the Finnish parliament's administration committee had made a decision to the visitor list of the encryption.the editor of the association has this week appealed against the decision of the parliamentary ombudsman.the Parliamentary hard line recalls the European parliament's practice. "justification for it presented in 2001 approved a regulation according to which the EU "the institutions shall refuse access to a document where disclosure would undermine the protection of private life and individual integrity protection".in Principle, the EU-parliament and the union's other institutions are very open.
protection police are looking for a fixed-term post of two full stack -part.Recruitment-according to the notification, the job is application software development and maintenance tasks and they are made in agile methods.”Because we don't for safety reasons can accurately tell valitsemistamme technologies, please let me know in your application as widely as possible expertise and professional experience”, the notice said.Notice, however, that the applicant is hoped a high school degree in addition to the diverse programming skills, virtualization and container technologies, knowledge as well as automated testing of knowledge.
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the Train silent brakes, can in the cold climate turned into a slide bearing.But researchers at KTH say they have multiple solutions.the Problems, especially if extended braking distances and, in some cases even if the train has not managed to stand still but started to roll backward.Traditionally, the freight trains are equipped with so-called blockbroms where bromsblocket is made of cast iron.But they can give rise to sharp noise when braking, which most people have probably experienced at some point.in Order to reduce the noise has a composite brake blocks has been developed.
The average worker spends most of the eight-hour workday doing many other things beside work, including eating, socializing, or reading the news.Psychologists have found the brain can't focus on tasks for more than a few hours at a time.Some companies have started adjusting their schedules to help employees maximize their efficiency.Over the course of an eight-hour workday, the average employee works for about three hours — two hours and 53 minutes, to be more precise.The rest of the time, according to a 2016 survey of 1,989 UK office workers, people spend on a combination of reading the news, browsing social media, eating food, socializing about non-work topics, taking smoke breaks, and searching for new jobs (presumably, to pick up the same habits in a different office).He's made a career out of studying the most successful people on Earth, and figuring out what exactly helps them rise so high.
I've used very good and very expensive Bluetooth speakers before, but there's one type of person that Bluetooth speakers never seem to satisfy: the bass head.Bass heads doesn't care about balanced, accurate sound.Indeed, the Belle projected the most bass I've ever heard in a Bluetooth speaker, and it sounds great, too.For one, you can connect your old Bluetooth speakers to it, no matter what brand it is, and you can even turn the Belle into a dedicated subwoofer for your existing Bluetooth speakers.I only saw a prototype when I met with Podo Labs' founder Eddie Lee, and it immediately made me think of the $3,000 Devialet Phantom speaker.I tested out the Belle outdoors, a tougher environment to sample speakers than indoors, and I was floored.
The direction to Ofcom (PDF, 1 page), made under section 5(3)(a) of the Communications Act 2003, prohibits the operation of a commercial multi-user gateway (COMUG) unless State agencies can "obtain ... accurate communications data to the same level as can currently be obtained without the use of a commercial multi-user gateway".While the ministerial direction refers explicitly to terrorism – that is, national security – Ofcom has no power to consider national security matters, only technical and economic issues.The telecoms regulator thus said to the Home Office that only a formal ministerial direction would enable it to reimpose the ban.This followed on from an earlier Court of Appeal ruling which overturned the ban on commercial single-user gateways (COSUGs), which are technically very similar to COMUGs.Privacy campaign group Big Brother Watch reckons (PDF) that "communications data" means the "who, when, where and how of any communication", as distinct from the content of a message or phone call.Although the telecoms regulator said it was only considering "quality of service" and potential interference caused by the operation of COMUGs, there is an intensely political dimension to the whole issue.