Albert Colburn

Albert Colburn

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Sweden
E-handelsbolaget Sportamore NTL redovisar ett rörelseresultat på 13,8 miljoner kronor för det fjärde kvartalet 2016, en rejäl ökning från 0,8 miljoner året innan.Samtidigt mattas tillväxtökningen av något.Försäljningstillväxten var 40 procent, jämfört med 47 procent året innan.Bolaget omsatte 244,7 Mkr i det fjärde kvartalet 2016 och 174,5 Mkr samma tid 2015.Börsen tog emot delårsrapporten med ett glädjeskutt.En halvtimme efter att Stockholmsbörsen öppnats på onsdagen var Sportamores aktie upp med cirka 13 procent.
Sweden
In January could Di Digital tell you that the u.s. Pfizer is investing in Linköpingsbolaget Amra NTL , the winner of the pitchtävlingen Di Digital Startup Tour in 2016.Amra, which measures body fats with mri, took in a total of sek 80 million from Pfizer, the Danish Novo Nordisk and the Swedish industrial development fund.For Amra-the deal continues Pfizer to search the Swedish startup-company in healthtech.the Company has a startup hub in Berlin and is now starting the operations in Stockholm and London.Read more: Snillebolaget Amra take in 80 million"Sweden has always been early to start using the new technology.
US
Evolution got a bit more complicated in Pokémon GO last night.Originally it was a pretty straightforward affair: you got candy for catching, walking and transferring Pokémon, which you then used to turn your Squirtles into Waroturtles, your Bellsprouts into Weepinbells and so on.For the most part, that's still how it works after the big Gen 2 update, except for a few noteworthy exceptions.Certain Pokémon now require either a steel coat, a sun stone, a king's rock, a dragon scale or an upgrade to evolve, and these items are all random drops from Pokéstops.The metal coat transforms Onix into Steelix or Scyther into Scizor.The king's rock transforms Slowpoke into Slowking or Poliwhirl into Politoed.
US
Following the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, one of the obvious challenges that Samsung faced was to regain consumer confidence in its handsets.When airline passengers are warned not to travel with a Samsung Galaxy, when news reports around the world talk of exploding phones, and when your favorite brand is a late-night punchline, the next Samsung may not be going to the top of your "must have" list.Although a number of handsets have been released by the South Korean company since the Note 7, the upcoming Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus flagships will be the first to really find out just how much damage the Galaxy brand has suffered.Although the Q4 sales figures have been stronger than expected and there have been surveys that suggest the Note 7 issues have not impacted on the brand, the only real test is in the retail market.Samsung is not resting on its laurels.While it can t come right out and say "this new phone will not catch fire," the detailed report into the causes of the Note 7 battery issues is extensive and clearly states the manufacturing issues and circumstances that led to incendiary results.
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IBM Watson Group opened a $200 million Internet of Things IoT headquarters today in Munich, Germany, what the company is calling its biggest investment in Europe in more than two decades.There more than 1,000 IBM engineers and designers will work with IBM clients and partners in what IBM Watson general manager Harriet Green called a collaboratory.Watson works with 6,000 clients worldwide, according to the company.This is more than a ribbon cutting or a ceremony.It s not even a trade show or conference.This is an industry moment.We think it is a turning point because at IBM we have always believed that there is only one way to fill the potential of this truly transformational technology, and that is together, Green said today at Genius of Things Summit, a gathering of press, the IoT team, and more than 400 business partners.As part of the opening of the new facility, several partnerships and business deals were announced, including:Some clients will be a permanent fixture at IBM offices in Munich.
US
New monsters are coming to Pokémon GO.We've been catching the same Pidgeys and Rattatas for a good long while now.This is the still-young game's first chance to actually shake things up.Pokémon GO has seen updates both small and large since release last July, even the inclusion of a handful of new creatures from Gen 2 in the form of "baby" Pokémon.Reception has, for the most part, been pretty mixed.But this is the first of what we could call a major content update, giving longtime players something actually new to chase for the first time since the early days.
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Yes, the search results change and strategies evolve, but at the end of the day, search really comes down to creating something that s accessible, useful and important to your customers.Because keywords are the foundation of any SEO program.A new site with a new design, new content, new URLs and more.While there s always quite a bit of prep work that goes into a site transition namely, not messing it up , it also presents a great opportunity to look at what s currently there, what s working and what opportunities exist.Which takes me to the concept of a keyword-focused SWOT analysis.Until I started really breaking down the client s site and realized exactly what it was I was doing — I was analyzing their keyword Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and looking at potential Threats that could result from the site updates.
UK
Security researchers at antivirus software company Bitdefender have discovered a new variant of the Xagent malware that targets macOS and acts as a backdoor that can be customized depending on the objectives of an attack.Researchers traced similarities in the code that tied the malware variant to APT28, the hacking group accused of hacking into the U.S. Democratic National Committee last year.Bitdefender isn't entirely sure how the Mac version of Xagent is being distributed, but says it s likely planted on the system via a known macOS malware downloader called Komplex.Once installed, the backdoor checks for the presence of a debugger.If it detects one, it terminates itself to prevent execution.Otherwise, it waits for an Internet connection to communicate with the C servers.
UK
It probably took no more than a few seconds for Tiziana Cantone to begin the sequence of events that led to her suicide.In April 2015, the 31-year-old from Mugnano, on the outskirts of Naples, sent a series of sex videos to five people via WhatsApp.The words suggested an uninhibited young woman, who enjoyed being filmed during sex.No-one seemed to worry what the subject herself might think as she seemed so pleased about it."People confuse being an uninhibited person with wanting to go viral," says social commentator Selvaggia Lucarelli."She understood at some point that the situation would never be resolved; that a potential husband, her potential children could find those videos; that they would never disappear."
Sweden
Through a series of acquisitions has Danish Nets of a few years emerged as one of the largest betalbolag.the Company's share price has certainly fallen by just over 20 per cent since its listing in september.But the market capitalization of approximately sek 31 billion is still a good bit of, for example, Klarna latest valuation of sek 19 billion.As an example, we manage and treat almost 36 million payment cards in the Nordic region , " says Bo Nilsson, ceo of the Danish Nets, with operations in card payments and e-commerce.In short strokes is the Nets a result of several mergers, which are carried out by private equity firms Advent and Bain Capital.Only in Sweden has the Nets the last few years invested over three billion in corporate acquisitions:
China
The Chicago artist issued his Coloring Book as a stream.Whether it receives trophies or not on February 12, Coloring Book, with its nominations, portends a new norm.That s a jump from 23 per cent in 2014.Eventually the big players – Spotify, Apple and Tidal – would like to do for music what the likes of Netlfix, Hulu and Amazon Prime did for TV, only there s a catch: They offer virtually identical catalogues.Coloring Book, for instance, is on Apple Music, Tidal, Google Music, Spotify, iHeartRadio and Deezer.Each service in the increasingly crowded field is working frantically to overcome the perception that the main distinction among the uniformly priced US$9.99-a-month offerings is little more than font style, quirky playlist title and colour scheme.
Sweden
With the help of a layer of conductive paint feel the gothenburg based company Mevia of a medicinförpackning opened in time.It is recorded by a small device that is put on the medicinförpackningen.the Company was born as a continuation of a project within Chalmers school of entrepreneurship, and has been run as a company late in 2014.Jesper Hazel tells us that the storage of data in the cloud database gave us some concern, because the storage of patient data is legally complicated: " We have stripped away so much of the data that we have been able in order to still be able to offer the service.So we know that you should take one tablet in the morning, but if it is a Advil or medication for hepatitis c, we do not know.
Sweden
Cloud Search is the new tjänsen that allows employees at Google's corporate customers get information by searching in the företagsmejlen, which are stored in the cloud and in the directory.Google is launching the service via a blog post where they write that the so-called knowledge workers spend 20% of their time searching for information and highlights its new search service as a way to reduce the tidsslöseriet.in Addition to the users can obtain information about their colleagues ' contact information via the directory, they also receive information about the shared files and it is included in the calendar, writes IDG News.What a user sees, however, is limited by the competence – for example, someone from the marketing department not to take part of the documents from the hr department.the Information presented with a kind of short no matter if you use the service via the web or your android device.Create smart business through data analysis
China
Ulefone announced their first ever dual camera phone last year, and now that the Chinese Spring Festival is over it s time for the phone maker to begin sales of the handset.As usual, Ulefone are opting for the presale method of sales for it s new phone but to entice people to get in early, Ulefone has knocked $50 off the retail price of the phone!We re not sure if Ulefone have done this on purpose but the Gemini s Presale will begin on the 14th February $50 discount isn t a bad Valentines discount is it?If the saving wasn t enough, Ulefone is also offering $20 of accessories with the phone too!While the dual rear camera is the main selling point of the Ulefone Gemini, the other features are thankfully pretty good too.The handset backs a 1.5Ghz chipset, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal memory, 5.5-inch FHD display and 3250mAh battery.At launch, the Ulefone Gemini will come in 3 colours including black, grey and gold.For full details visit the Ulefone Gemini launch pages here, and watch the video below.Preorder the Ulefone Gemini Now!
Sweden
Irländska parlamentet har bjudit in Apple för att diskutera den europeiska skattedomen, men Apple har nu tackat nej två gånger.Finansutskottet i det irländska parlamentet Oireachtas har två gånger bett Apple skicka representanter för att diskutera EU-kommissionens dom mot företaget, och båda gångerna har Apple sagt nej, rapporterar Irish Examiner.När Apple första gången tackade nej var det på rekommendation från advokater om att det kan påverka överklagandet av domen negativt.Den här gången var svaret mer kortfattat och innehöll ingen förklaring.Däremot skriver Claire Thwaites, Apples chef för statsrelationer i EMEAI-regionen, om hur fel domen är och att Apple har följt lagen till punkt och pricka.Hon pekar bland annat på hur Apple skulle stå för 40 procent av de irländska skatteintäkterna från företag om domen får stå.
US
There were 300 drones dancing behind Lady Gaga during the Super Bowl halftime show.They re called Shooting Stars and were previously used in a holiday show at Disney World.Just as in Orson Scott Card s book, one person commands the group, sending instructions and monitoring the drones health.The drones do not talk to each other and they lack the hardware to detect collisions.The housing is Styrofoam and there are simple metal cages around the four props.They are designed to be assembled in less than 15 minutes and Intel builds the drones in a facility in Germany.
China
Canadian researchers said they have found a way to partially replicate data from the highly secured quantum network, which could serve as an alarm for their Chinese counterparts who are spearheading a state-of-the-art hack-proof communications system.A hacker could use the technology to intercept encrypted information transmitted in a quantum communication line, previously thought to be perfectly secure, according to their paper published on Friday in the journal Science Advances.China is constructing the world s largest and most sophisticated quantum network.The multibillion yuan facility consisting of the world s first quantum satellite and longest ground network connecting Beijing and Shanghai, with plans to expand to other cities.A quantum data network is built upon a fundamental law of physics that any third-party attempt to read information encoded in quantum bits would change the original copy, so the data cannot be cloned.The Canadian team led by Professor Ebrahim Karimi at the University of Ottawa said they found a feasible method to bypass the quantum check.
UK
Sir Michael Fallon warned of possible Russian interference in the upcoming German elections.According to Sir Fallon, Russia is weaponising information in a bid to destabilise Western democracy and critical infrastructure, drawing upon past incidents such as the TV5Monde hack and the recent US Presidential election.There is the use of cyber weaponry to disrupt critical infrastructure and disable democratic machinery, said Sir Michael Fallon.In April 2015 TV5Monde was taken off air by a group calling itselfThe Defense Secretary went on to point to possible future attacks, saying that the Head of the German BfV intelligence agency warned the Kremlin is seeking to influence public opinion and decision-making processes ahead of this year s German elections.In response to Russia s clear testing of NATO and the West, Sir Fallon said that it was in the UK s interest to keep NATO strong and to deter and dissuade Russia from this course.
Finland
information technology problems disrupted the Helsinki city council meeting for the second time and the meeting was interrupted by Wednesday evening.in the chamber used for the meeting system as a part of the functioning of the hall system, which divides including speeches, got stuck on several occasions.the System of the city of Helsinki provided Data.This is not a new thing, a similar problem two weeks ago.Information and the city's experts have done the work, so the problem would survive, but unfortunately, it is not successful , the Helsinki city executive office's communications director Tapio Kari told me.Data communications manager Kia Haring told me that the problem is still.
UK
When Facebook users across the world logged in to the social network today they were met with a cheesy video wishing them a "Happy Friends Day!"Facebook's users will, by now, be used to its round-up videos that celebrate minor mile stones such as joining the social network and anniversaries of becoming friends on Facebook.But the company has now taken it one step further and made up a holiday."This Saturday, February 4, is Facebook's 13th birthday, a day we call Friends Day," said Oren Hod, Facebook's product manager.For the past two years Facebook has celebrated the made up holiday on the anniversary of its launch.But this year it has decided to buck that trend, sharing personalised videos with its billions of users today - February 2.
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