Den 24 oktober, alltså tisdag nästa vecka, kommer svenskarna kunna börja använda sig av Apples betaltjänst.Det rapporterar sajten Macpro, som uppger att Apple ska ha slutit avtal med Nordea.Den amerikanska giganten ska enligt sajten även ha skrivit avtal med banker i Finland och Danmark.Lansering väntar även där nästa vecka.
Domino's Pizza's Australian outpost has blamed a partner for a security breach, after angry customers went online complaining about finding themselves on spam lists.The company owned up to the breach after Redditor “Pinchie McPinch” complained about receiving e-mails from “Sarah” and “Jess”.What tipped Pinchie that the data may have come from the pizza chain was that the spammers were referring to his/her favourite Domino's locations to make the approaches look more plausible.Domino's acknowledged the breach and said it is investigating what happened.The company blamed the breach on an unnamed “former” supplier.The company's statement says the breach was limited to “email addresses, names and store suburbs (related to pizza orders) … at no time has customer financial information (including credit cards) or passwords, been accessed or compromised.”
Error loading player: No playable sources foundGoogle's Pixel 2 is the second generation of the company's flagship phone.Starting at $649, the phone is very similar to its predecessor, the original Pixel.Here's everything you need to know about them, especially if you're trying to decide between a Pixel 2 or an iPhone.Avery Hartmans: We've been testing the new Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL phones for a little less than a week, and so far both of us have been really, really impressed by the phones.Over the weekend I was like, just trying to drain its battery and it was just draining super slowly like …
Going into my hands-on demo with Oculus’ Project Santa Cruz headset, think I forgot how it felt to be surprised by virtual reality.Since then we’ve seen a few refinements—Oculus Rift’s built-in headphones and lighter form factor, the remarkably comfortable and intuitive Oculus Touch controllers—but the fundamental tech has stayed pretty similar to the Vive demo I saw in 2015.I forgot about—well, articles like this, where I wrote about waving back to a virtual alien.Mobile VR is fairly simple, fairly small, and limited by the hardware—meaning no position tracking of either the headset or separate controllers.Oculus was pretty tight-lipped about Santa Cruz’s specs, but did let us go hands-on with two different demos.Maybe not Intel Core i7 and a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti great, but certainly on par with the lower spec Oculus-ready machines—maybe one equipped with a GTX 1060?
Netgear har släppt en ny säkerhetskamera i Arlo-serien vid namn Arlo Pro 2.Den nya versionen har uppgraderats med 1080p-video, vilket gör att det blir lättare för dig att faktiskt se vad som händer i ditt hem när du inte är där.Utöver det kommer den nya kameran med stöd för Amazon Alexa, vilket gör att du kan be Alexa visa videoström från kameran på diverse enheter.Sedan har Netgear visat upp lite tillbehör till kameran som solcellspanel som håller batteriet i kameran ständigt laddat.Annars ska det inbyggda batteriet räcka i ett par månader tack vare energieffektiva chip.Netgear Arlo Pro 2 kommer kosta 220 dollar vid release och vill du ha fler kameror så kommer Netgear erbjuda paket med 2 kameror och trådlös basstation för 480 dollar.
At the recent MarTech Conference in Boston, I got a chance to sit in on the opening morning’s fireside chat between Dun & Bradstreet Chief Marketing Officer Rishi Dave and conference chair Scott Brinker.One of the main points of their discussion was how data should underpin all things marketing within an organization.That includes branding, marketing, culture, and of course, the marketing technology stack itself.It’s no accident that data and marketing have joined together within the ever-evolving consumerized environment.With the increased emphasis on customer experience in business and marketing, the art of storytelling in marketing communications has evolved to blend seamlessly with the science of data-driven digital analytics.[Read the full article on MarTech Today.]
Today it is as common as using the pc – and the mobile use is increasing steadily.Customers can rejoice at the increased availability and flexibility, but there are also new risks.the bank id, contributed to a smoother and more secure login, however, it has incurred other risks, and with mobility, " says avanza's cio Peter Strömberg.Second seemingly obvious things, like that people lose mobiles that contain sensitive information, and that they – despite all the warnings – continue to click on malicious links.There is always someone who comes in new ways to fool people, " says Peter Strömberg.But the digitisation and mobility, with integrations in the cloud and an increasingly faster utvecklingstempo, also poses a risk, on a deeper level.
Microsoft almost beat Apple, Samsung, and Google to the punch when it comes to bezel-less, full-screen smartphone displays.Windows Central happens to have in its possession a rare Windows Phone prototype device, codenamed “Vela,” that was an early iteration of what would eventually become the uninspired Lumia 435.The device sports the now nearly ubiquitous edge-to-edge display style now being used by Apple’s iPhone X, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8, and Google’s new Pixel 2 XL.Vela’s development appears to also predate Xiaomi’s Mi Mix, which helped popularize the modern bezel-less trend last year.Even more surprising: Windows Central says Microsoft was planning to price the unreleased Lumia phone at under $200, choosing to brand it as a budget phone with an otherwise unprecedented display design.Like the similarly ambitious Sharp Aquos Crystal, another bezel-less phone a couple years ahead of the big mobile players, Microsoft planned on putting the front-facing camera into the bottom of the device, to ensure the top of the phone’s frame remained slim and flush with the screen.
LOMPOC, Calif.—Space Exploration Technologies Corp. blasted 10 commercial satellites into orbit Monday, completing the first of a pair of consecutive launches slated from opposite coasts in roughly two days.The predawn liftoff from central California’s Vandenberg Air Force Base, which put the cluster of communications satellites into space for Iridium Communications Inc., IRDM 0.44% was the 14th consecutive successful launch this year for SpaceX, as entrepreneur Elon Musk’s closely held company is called.The bright orange glow during ascent filled the night sky, and the clear weather meant the plumes of the returning first stage were clearly visible as it headed back for a pinpoint landing on a floating platform in the Pacific Ocean.SpaceX plans to put up a commercial satellite for a different customer on another Falcon 9 rocket from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center as early as Wednesday afternoon, demonstrating its bicoastal prowess to dispatch and organize launch personnel on such a compressed timeline.Through the end of 2018, Mr. Musk’s management team is targeting one launch every two weeks on average, a pace exceeding any company or government schedule world-wide.The Air Force recently suggested it is moving toward the ability to launch two rockets from various Florida pads on the same day.
An anonymous reader quotes the Sydney Morning Herald: Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's claims about the self-driving capabilities of his upcoming Tesla vehicles are "full of crap", General Motors' self-driving Tsar says... "To think you can see everything you need for a level five autonomous car [full self-driving] with cameras and radar, I don't know how you do that"... GM's own solution involves several radar and Lidar sensors, as well as cameras and multiple redundancy systems.Each system costs hundreds of thousands of dollars, and GM are some way away from getting the cost low enough to be commercially viable."The level of technology and knowing what it takes to do the mission, to say you can be a full level five with just cameras and radars is not physically possible," Mr Miller said.
Like a scene from the movie Alien, insect parasitoids inject their eggs into unsuspecting hosts, their offspring grow and eat from within, eventually bursting out leaving dead, empty host vessels.Parasitoid wasp larvae feed on the pupae of nesting bees, and their fast reproduction can destroy entire colonies with barely a trace of the preceding carnage."Collecting field data is necessary but expensive, so it's great to show we can use mathematical models to help focus efforts and make data collection more efficient," Phillip Staniczenko, Ph.D., lead author and research fellow at the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC)."Faced with all the complicated relationships among species, and between species and the environment, it's amazing we can identify simple patterns that, although not perfect, describe how humans might be affecting parasitism in the same way at different places all over the world."Joining this research effort were Staniczenko's former adviser, Felix Reed-Tsochas, Ph.D., at the CABDyN Complexity Centre at the University of Oxford's Saïd Business School, Owen Lewis, Ph.D., professor of ecology at the University of Oxford, Jason Tylianakis, Ph.D., professor of ecology at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand, Matthias Albrecht, Ph.D., researcher at the Institute for Sustainability Sciences in Switzerland, Valérie Coudrain, Ph.D., researcher at the Mediterranean Institute of Marine and Terrestrial Biodiversity and Ecology in France, and Alexandra-Maria Klein, professor of ecology at the University of Freiburg in Germany.They based their findings on host-parasitoid interaction data collected in Ecuador, Indonesia, and Switzerland, at field sites located in a diverse range of ecosystems, including tropical forest and agroforest, temperate meadows and plains, as well as human-modified habitats, such as pasture land and rice paddies.
New problems for the new Iphone - the battery swells and splits the casing.Chinese media reports now on a case where the casing to a new iPhone 8 opened up due to a uppsvällt battery.the Event comes shortly after Apple started to investigate similar cases reported in Taiwan and Japan, writes Reuters.The latest case, an iPhone 8 Plus purchased via the JD.com.When the buyer got the home phone where the casing is already cracked but there was no sign of an explosion or fire.the Unit was sent back to the seller.
BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories, including:London's National Theatre tests mixed-reality glasses that can make subtitles float on stage to help those who are deaf or have hearing lossResearchers have turned everyday objects into remote controlsHonda unveils a prototype disaster relief robot which can move through narrow gaps, crawl over debris and climb ladders
Since messaging is becoming huge, I thought this might be a topic that you all will be interested in... Facebook Messenger marketing.Do these ideas make sense to you?With over 1.3 billion people using Facebook Messenger per month, there's a large opportunity to engage your users in an untapped channel.Instead of asking people to fill out a form to get gated content via email, HubSpot offered the option to skip the form and get the content via Facebook Messenger.The Messenger strategy resulted in a 242 percent higher open rate and a 619 percent higher click rate.If you want to explore this strategy, Matthew Barby from HubSpot wrote a great guide on building a Messenger chatbot using ChatFuel.
Apple revealed Siri with the iPhone 4S in October 2011, one day before cofounder Steve Jobs died.“Apple hasn’t improved to stay as competitive as it needs to be.”A Google product event Wednesday underscored the growing gap.What’s more, Google executives showed off features of Google assistant so far unmatched by Siri and Apple.HomePod includes Siri, but Apple CEO Tim Cook has positioned it more as a successor to the iPod, an attempt to “reinvent home music,” than the multifunctional home helpers it most resembles.Google and particularly Amazon also have done more than Apple to enable outsiders to work with their assistants—borrowing a strategy the Cupertino company pioneered with the iPhone’s app store.
After nearly 60 years of development, has today jetpack a flight time of just ten minutes.Now, would Boeing take the help of the public to reach the next technological leap.Their contest promises a miljonregn of the best solutions.It all remember from the OLYMPIC games opening ceremony in 1984 was the short demo of a jetpack.in 2015, our company implemented its first official flight around the Statue of liberty in New York.Boeing is tired of the viscous development – therefore, the slopes flygjätten the initiative Go to Escape.
Yhdysvaltain Las Vegasissa joukkoampujaksi epäilyllä miehellä on osin epätavallinen tausta.Ampujaksi epäilty mies oli verraten iäkäs eli 64-vuotias ja kohtuullisen varakas.Toisaalta ampujaksi epäillyn miehen isä oli tunnettu pankkiryöstäjä, jota Liittovaltion poliisi FBI luonnehti psykopaatiksi.Ampujaksi epäillyn miehen taustoista kertovat eri viestimet kuten uutistoimisto Reuters, sanomalehti The New York Times ja televisiokanava NBC.Viranomaisten mukaan Stephen Paddock -nimisen miehen epäillään surmanneen ampumalla vähintään 59 henkeä ja haavoittaneen vähintään 520:tä ihmistä Las Vegasissa sunnuntaina paikallista aikaa.Hänellä ei ole armeijataustaa tai vastaavaa”, Eric Paddock kuvaili veljeään.
Kehittäjien mukaan kyseessä on kaikkea muuta kuin vitsi.Säteilyn on väitetty muun muassa aiheuttavan syöpää.Suuri osa miehistä kantaa kännykkää housujen etutaskussa, jossa laite on lähellä kiveksiä.Ongelmaa miettivät illallisella kavereidensa kanssa myös ranskalaiset Arthur Menard ja Pierre-Louis Boyer.Bokserimallisia Spartan-kalsareita kuvataan The Independentissä huipputekniseksi tuotteeksi.Puhelinten lisäksi sähkömagneettista säteilyä lähettävät muun muassa Wi-Fi ja älykellot.
There were many questions asked, but the majority of them centered on finding out what editors are interested in printing and determining how to contact the editor/reporter.Communications to editors/reporters vary with the person.Some of the older, experienced editors still like to sort through the faxes in their in-box, regardless of how busy they are or how tech-savvy they want to be.Making the communication stand out is key to making sure it won't go into the delete file or the waste bin.Editors expect e-mail communication and faxes, so don't think of it as spam or unsolicited faxes.Some hometown publication editors like to get phone calls.
Marketing encompasses everything you do or say that customers and prospects see or hear.That includes the way your proposals look and how they're presented, your signs, your voice-mail messages and any traditional marketing that you use.The key to your marketing is to choose the weapons that work for you, that are applicable to your markets and customers, and that you can afford mentally and financially.You can't do it all; you can't launch and implement every single marketing weapon there is.In some cases, there will be financial considerations that might not be affordable.Different combinations of marketing weapons work for different businesses and different people.