tip stall is that Spotify is quoted on the New York stock exchange at the end of the year or early next – but already now in progress trade in share.It is in the so-called gråhandeln where business is done between buyers and sellers with the help of brokerage firms, including the Pareto and GP Bullhound.Eftefrågan on Spotify-shares has literally exploded in the spring and summer, after the value of the share stood and stamped for several years.We Breakit reported in June that the share was traded at a price around $ 3000, and now according to british Sky News that the latest concluded deals is located at 3400 dollars.It means that the company is now valued at around 14.5 billion u.s. dollars, or nearly 120 billion.No official statistics on the Spotify share price is not but as far Breakit can assess the so-traded company is now at record levels.
It seems YouTube will no longer merely serve your urges to rewatch gory Game of Thrones clips or the intro from The Real Ghostbusters, thanks to a new Breaking News carousel that looks set to serve up all manner of depressing current affairs news.The new feature was first reported by Android Police, and it does exactly what it says on the complete lack of tin: offer breaking news from your part of the world, as reported on by major news outlets.For those who like to stuff their heads in the sand and are happy to simply use YouTube to watch old wrestling clips of The Rock (aka me), you can also turn off the feature.It seems the carousel hasn't reached all users yet – it's yet to appear on the desktop version for me – though some sites are reporting it's now been incorporated into the official YouTube Android and iOS apps.YouTube has yet to make any official comment on the Breaking News carousel, but expect word to surface next week.In the meantime, I'll ignore all that impending World War III news and concentrate on booting up YouTube to rewatch my favourite scene from Jurassic Park again and again from now until my bones disintegrate to dust.
Don’t gunk up your artfully appointed living room with artlessly boxy speakers.The Danes at Bang & Olufsen have designed a sonic solution for you.The wall-mounted BeoSound Shape is assembled from three flavors of hexagonal tiles: speakers, amplifiers, and echo-absorbing noise dampers.Mix and match the modules to build a unique array that's ideal for your dwelling, then select a color scheme that matches your Mondrian.The modules all connect to a brain called the Core, and its algorithm spreads the signal to the speakers.By ditching the typical left-right stereo arrangement, it transforms every seat in the room into a sweet spot.
If you live in the US, it’s now more affordable than ever to pick up LG’s latest flagship, the LG G6.Down from its original retail price of around $700, Sprint and T-Mobile are each offering some hearty discounts to the tune of about $200 off that you can take advantage of if you’re primed for a new phone.At Sprint, you can snag the LG G6 for just $20 per month (down from $29), which takes the final cost for the nearly bezel-free smartphone down to $480.However, if you want the phone unlocked it’ll still set you back the original $708 price tag.If you’re with T-Mobile, opting for the G6 costs roughly the same.You’ll end up spending $20 more as a down payment for the phone, but the final price is still super cheap at $500.
You know things are getting weird in the car-sharing industry when long-time rivals like BMW and Daimler are considering teaming up.BMW's DriveNow (called ReachNow in the US) and Daimler's Car2Go services could merge into a single entity, Reuters reports, citing "hints" from the CEO of Sixt.Sixt has a roughly 50 percent stake in DriveNow, worth a reported $560 million.So why would the lion lie with the lamb?It's pretty straightforward -- both want to lay waste to new competitors from other industries.Both Lyft and Uber have made moves outside traditional ride-hailing, offering a kind of pay-as-you-go scheme that's a bit more convenient than traditional car ownership.
you know what You have, but not what you get.This is the reasoning that slows your career.Ask yourself if your investment gives you the return you want – and it's not all about the salary.You should also consider the hidden factors that the costs for their own health and social life.If, despite the good work, have not received any form of promotion in a long time so it may be time to look around.But first, you should of course pay attention to your boss that you want to advance in the workplace.
Saying “hate is a cancer,” Apple CEO Tim Cook told employees of the Silicon Valley tech giant that the company is making $1 million donations each to two anti-hate organizations in the wake of the deadly violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.Wednesday, Cook wrote an email to employees that was obtained by BuzzFeed.In it, he addressed President Trump’s reaction to Charlottesville.Trump had blamed “many sides” for the violence that killed one woman and injured 19 others over the weekend.“I disagree with the president and others who believe that there is a moral equivalence between white supremacists and Nazis, and those who oppose them by standing up for human rights,” Cook wrote.The Apple CEO said the company will also match employee donations “two-for-one” to the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League, plus other human rights organizations.
In order to rely on renewable energy sources like wind and solar power, the world is going to have to find efficient ways to store electricity, saving it up for times when the wind is not blowing and the sun is not shining.One of the leading contenders for large-scale storage at the moment is the lithium ion battery.Currently, most of the lithium used in these batteries comes from Australia and Chile."We're going to have to use electric vehicles and large storage batteries to decrease our carbon footprint," lead author, professor Gail Mahood, said."It's important to identify lithium resources in the US so that our supply does not rely on single companies or countries in a way that makes us subject to economic or political manipulation."The Stanford team has come up with a new technique to detect lithium in volcanic lakes that have appeared in calderas – holes in the ground that were created when supervolcanoes erupted, displacing huge quantities of lava.
our Games have performed excellently, and Angry Birds -the movie revenue is running," said ceo Kate Levoranta.the News agency Bloomberg, yesterday's news according to the Rovio should be listed in the stock exchange, perhaps as early as September.based on rovio's market value would be two billion dollars.the players ' ability to pay is, however, more important than quantity."Play structure has changed tremendously.the most Recent game release of Angry Birds Evolution has previously birds games more edgy and multi-dimensional more game adults more taste.
It's digital blackface, according to writer Victoria Princewill.See if her arguments change your emoji habits.Warning: This video contains historical footage of blackface minstrel shows which you may find offensive.
Researchers at BYU are the first to 3D-print a viable microfluidic device small enough to be effective at a scale much less than 100 micrometers.The accomplishment, which is a major breakthrough toward mass-producing the medical diagnostic devices cheaply, is detailed online in academic journal Lab on a Chip.Researchers Greg Nordin, a BYU electrical engineering professor, and Adam Woolley, a BYU chemistry professor, say the key to their innovation was two-fold:Building their own 3D printer to print at a much higher resolutionUsing a new, specifically designed, low-cost, custom resin"Others have 3D-printed fluidic channels, but they haven't been able to make them small enough for microfluidics," Nordin said.
(Reuters) — The web hosting company GoDaddy said on Sunday it had given The Daily Stormer 24 hours to move its domain to another provider after the extremist web site posted an article denigrating the woman who was killed at a white nationalist rally in Virginia.“We informed The Daily Stormer that they have 24 hours to move the domain to another provider, as they have violated our terms of service,” GoDaddy posted on its official Twitter page.The Daily Stormer post in question denigrated Heather Heyer, 32, who was fatally struck by a car allegedly driven by a man with white nationalist views, for her physical appearance and what it said were anti-white male views.The Daily Stormer is a neo-Nazi, white supremacist website associated with the alt-right movement, which was spearheading the rally on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia which resulted in violence, including Heyer’s death.GoDaddy, founded in 1997 and based in Arizona, has some 6,000 employees worldwide.(Reporting by Chris Michaud; Editing by Michael Perry)
Do you want to buy a Bluboo S8 but you think it costs too much?Well, the company is now running a promotion where you can get the smartphone at half price and if don’t manage to get one, you can till try to win one!But before trying any of that, let’s go ahead and learn a bit more about the phone.But that’s not necessarily bad if you still get a smartphone with a 18:9 display and a really high screen-to-body ratio.The handset will be powered by a Mediatek octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory (expandable up to 256GB).The smartphone will be running 360 OS which is claimed to bring high levels of protection to the device.
the quality of the investor is a stock picker, whose portfolio is just the quality of the company.Sounds easy, but practice is another story.How to determine the quality of the company and for the right price?This question the book offers concrete answers.the quality of the investor differs from the value investor, the value investor to buy cheaply mediocre, while the quality of the investor to buy high quality at a reasonable price.the quality of the investor does not mess up the company's stock price and business value to each other.
Amazon, not content with just dominating consumer shopping and ebooks, is looking into launching a food delivery service that will utilize special technology for keeping meals fresh…without refrigeration.This tech was first created and used by the U.S. military, but it could prove a vital way for Amazon to set itself apart from competing food delivery services.Assuming the sources are correct and Amazon’s project goes according to plan, we may see these meal deliveries go live in 2018.The information comes from Reuters, which said it heard about the plans through a firm that is marketing this special food technology.Amazon is reportedly looking into delivering ready-to-eat meals as early as next year; doing so could give it an edge over services like Blue Apron, which deliver all the ingredients for a meal but require the customer to cook it themselves.Despite being already cooked, the meals won’t require refrigeration.
About two weeks after the Securities and Exchange Commission warned it would be patrolling the red-hot market for initial coin offerings, a giant new offering has landed.Venture-backed startup Protocol Labs Inc. raised about $187 million for its Filecoin Network, in one hour Thursday, according to Filecoin’s website.The project, designed to create a marketplace for unused computer memory, had earlier raised about $52 million from a...
The ad business loves its shiny new toys.And until recently, Snapchat was the shiniest.But that may not be the case anymore.Snap fell short of revenue expectations, and its net losses climbed to $443 million compared to $116 million at the same time last year.The platform managed to attract only 7 million new daily users during the quarter, while analysts expected an additional 10 million.Of these, 4 million came from the US and Canada.
Those of you who have been following iPhone 8 rumors will know that the device is said to offer facial recognition features.This, potentially, offers a couple of benefits: it allows users to keep their phone more secure and it allows Apple to remove Touch ID entirely, paving the way for a larger display.Today we’re learning of a third benefit that this facial recognition feature may offer, and though it’s a small one, it sounds pretty awesome.According to Guilherme Rambo on Twitter, Apple may use the iPhone’s facial recognition feature to automatically silence notifications.Rambo found references to a “TLAttentionAwarenessObserver” class lurking within HomePod’s firmware.The existence of this suggests that the iPhone will use facial recognition to silence incoming notifications when it detects the user is looking at the screen.
Myynnin on määrä alkaa elo–syyskuussa.Viime vuonna toteutetun konseptiuudistuksen jälkeen olemme olleet siinä mukavassa tilanteessa, että kysyntä on tullut maailmalta”, sanoo Altian vientijohtaja Janne Halttunen.Ulkomailla sitä myydään eniten Venäjällä, missä Altia kaksinkertaisti myyntinsä viime vuonna edellisvuodesta – juuri Koskenkorvalla.Venäjällä Altia ei halua kilpailla paikallisten merkkien hintaluokassa vaan kisaa kansainvälisten brändien kanssa.”Koskenkorva Vodkan konseptiuudistuksen jälkeen hyppäys Venäjällä oli aiempaa isompi.Loppuvuoden ja ensi vuoden näkymät Venäjällä ovat hyvät”, Halttunen sanoo.
If you are looking to buy a voice assistant, you will inevitably run into the problem of choosing between a product from Google or Amazon.Both companies have voice assistants and, recently, have begun to include video.Google has Google Home with Chromecast, while Amazon has the Echo Show.The Chromecast will attach to a screen, such as a TV, and will allow you to stream video to that TV; the Google Home can cast YouTube videos and Netflix to your TV once Chromecast has been set up.At the moment, however, Google Home cannot turn the TV on.This means you will have to either turn the TV on and then tell Google Home to play a video or leave the TV on all the time.