The Pro will go up against Microsoft s own upgraded console, a new Xbox One currently dubbed Project Scorpio.Scorpio has the edge on the specification sheet, but the PS4 Pro's opening salvo is that is arrives in November this year, a whole 12 months ahead of Scorpio s scheduled release, and at £349 Scorpio is expected to cost considerably more .PlayStation s global head of marketing and sales Jim Ryan is bullish about Sony's ability to build an advanced machine at such a price and still make a profit.One aspect of the machine that surprised and disappointed many commentators is the lack of a 4K Blu-Ray drive able to play ultra-high definition discs.While the current amount of content is limited, admits Ryan, the number of 4K shows from Netflix such as Narcos and Luke Cage, should increase in line with the growing popularity of 4K televisions.However, it is still some way from being the standard, while HDR high dynamic range , an imaging technique that improves colour and contrast, is still in its nascent stage for TVs.
Apple's announced that iOS 10 will be available to download on your existing Apple device iPhone 5 and higher, iPod touch 6th gen, iPad mini 2 and higher, iPad 4th gen, iPad Air, all the iPad Pros on September 13th and, as ever, it'll be free.Here's our guide to the operating system's 10 coolest features.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 after sustaining fire damage from its battery Twitter Last week, Samsung recalled roughly 2.5 million smartphones after it was discovered that at least 35 of the devices had spontaneously burst into flames.But don t worry, if you d like to bring your Galaxy Note 7 onto a flight, the FAA still hasn t decided whether it should ban the devices on planes.The agency is thinking about it, however.Tonight, the FAA finally told us that it s still working on exploring the issue but that no final decision has been made.If the device is recalled by the manufacturer, airline crew and passengers will not be able to bring recalled batteries or electronics that contain recalled batteries in the cabin of an aircraft, or in carry-on and checked baggage.
It was a scary holiday weekend at the box office, with last week s champion Don t Breathe reigning supreme once again across the four-day span.Director Fede Alvarez s thriller stayed strong in its second week, and led a long list of returning films that raked in the lion s share of holiday ticket sales.The film, which follows a group of would-be thieves who discover that the blind man they tried to rob has some deadly secrets, is now the first horror movie since 2014 s Ouija to win the weekend box office for two weeks straight.It was a relatively good holiday weekend for second-place finisher Suicide Squad, too.The supervillain team-up movie moved past 2013 s Man of Steel both domestically and worldwide to become the second-highest grossing film in the studio s DC Comics cinematic universe also known as the DC Extended Universe .Suicide Squad is now just $30 million shy of the mark set by franchise leader Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice in U.S. theaters, but $200 million shy of the worldwide total for Dawn of Justice.
The knife is the most important tool in the kitchen.But over time, they develop those pesky red rust stains, either from regular use, or maybe because it didn t dry completely after a previous wash.The best way to clean those is to leave the knife in a mug of vinegar for five minutes.You need to take proper care of your knife.If you leave it wet, it will get rust stains, which don t come off no matter how much you scrub.We previously suggested dipping it in lime juice, but oh boy, who s going to get a mug of lime juice?
Bara några veckor senare fick bolaget in ytterligare en investerare.Av bolagets årsredovisning för 2015 framgår det att bolaget fick in totalt 22 miljoner kronor, före emissionskostnader under året.Vi har haft produktion i Linköping under sommaren och nu har vi fått färdiga enheter levererade till oss , sade vd:n Andreas Nordgren i september förra året.Hårdvaran är gjord för att mäta människoflöden i butiker eller på stora kontor.Bilderna som kameran fångar upp tolkas och skickas vidare i form av en visuell översikt över kundflöden.Vi har till exempel en kund som använder det för att se vilka ytor som används i en stor kontorsbyggnad.
Many readers may be familiar with the term robotic process automation RPA , a technology whose software robots are changing the corporate workplace by mimicking employee task activities across internal and web-based applications.For those just getting acquainted with this new type of automation, key points to keep in mind include:Speed: Robots complete tasks far faster than their human predecessor;Productivity: robots are free of human error and work 24/7;Scalability, robots can be quickly ramped up or down to match work fluctuations;Compliance, robots generate full audit trails.Perhaps most significantly, software robots are implemented on the presentation layer where human actions reside so underlying applications and IT infrastructure are untouched.Therefore, deployments are faster, far less expensive and much less risky than typical IT automation projects.But what s often overlooked is how the overhang of legacy systems hobbles ERP effectiveness.With age measured in decades and characterized by outdated programming languages, architecture and hardware, legacy systems are also generally unsupported by contemporary ERP software.But, despite these serious deficiencies, it s common to see large corporations depend upon them to play important operational roles.These roles persist because this old software either delivers critical functionality that business users have tweaked over the years, or it brings that functionality from mergers or acquisitions.It doesn t take long for aggressive companies to wind up with dozens of incompatible, poorly documented, legacy systems from acquired or merged competitors.They re rarely integrated with ERP systems and they re not scheduled for replacement because either possibility would be too expensive, time-consuming and risky for the company.When legacy functionality lacks ERP integration, the company suffers from incomplete end-to-end process automation.
De flesta som har försökt hitta nya appar på App Store har märkt att det kan vara lite som att hitta en nål i en höstack, eller kanske snarare en guldklimp i en gödselstack.Sökfunktionen har lämnat en del övrigt att önska, och upptäckbarheten för appar som inte uppmärksammas av Apple är inte direkt hög.Ett av problemen är att det helt enkelt finns så otroligt många appar, och många av dem är gamla och har inte uppdaterats på länge.I många fall fungerar de inte längre eller fungerar bara på vissa IOS-prylar.Apple har nu skickat ut nya riktlinjer för utvecklare och meddelar samtidigt att företaget kommer börja gå igenom äldre appar och sålla bort övergivna och trasiga appar.Utvecklare kommer få en chans att uppdatera dessa innan de tas bort.
Spännvidden på An-225 är 88 meter.En kinesisk flygtillverkare tar nu hand om tillverkningen av världens största flygplan, Antonov AN-225, och planerar för licensbyggen i Kina.Kinesiska AICC har tecknat avtal med Antonov i Ukraina om att färdigställa det andra exemplaret av världens största flygplan, An-225 Mrija, vid Antonovs anläggningar i Ukraina, och sedan förbereda för tillverkning av jätteplanet i Kina på licens.Det enda exemplaret av An-225 togs i bruk 1988 för att bland annat bära den sovjetiska rymdfärjan Buran på ryggen.På motsvarande sätt transporterade Nasa de amerikanska rymdfärjorna på ryggen av en Boeing 747 Jumbo.14 sådana flygningar genomfördes innan Sovjetunionen upplöstes och det ambitiösa rymdprogrammet stoppades.
Efter att ha presenterats i Kina tidigare i sommar har ZTE nu lanserat toppmodellen Nubia Z11 globalt.Telefonen har utrustats med en 5,5-tumsskärm LCD/1080p , Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, ett 3000mAh-batteri, snabbladdning, 64GB lagring och minneskortsplats.Åttioen procent av framsidan utgörs av skärmen.Enheten blir tillgänglig i Europa nu i september.Upplagan med 4GB RAM kostar 500 euro, medan svart- och guldfärgade modellen med 6GB RAM går på 600 euro.Huvudkameran kommer från Sony IMX298 , skyddas av safirglas och når 16MP.
Also, the Karolinska institute are now asking the patients who received synthetic trachea, and their families, apologize."We see very serious researchers at Karolinska institutet have contributed to this and we deeply regret that patients have had to endure unnecessary suffering, and we ask them and their families to apologize.We will do everything for it not to happen again", said the Karolinska institute's deputy principal, Karin Dahlman-Wright, in a press release.According to rector, it may "not be excluded" that the operations have contributed to a premature death.a Total of carried out the transplantation of a synthetic trachea for three patients, two died and one was severely damaged.the Patients underwent surgery at Karolinska university hospital, which recently performed a similar excuse.
In what seems to be a huge turnaround, Apple CEO Tim Cook says the company plans to bring back billions of dollars in profit to the U.S. next year.Cook s statement, made during an interview with RTE radio Thursday, contradicts his previous public statements on the issue: He has said for years that U.S. corporate taxes are too high, and that the Silicon Valley company wouldn t be repatriating profit until its home country changed its tax code.Right now I would forecast that we repatriate next year, Cook said, saying that the company has provisioned several billion for that purpose.The interview with Irish radio was about this week s European Commission judgment, which found that Ireland s tax arrangements with Apple were illegal.The commission found that Apple had paid as little as 0.005 percent to 1 percent in taxes there, and ordered Ireland to collect the equivalent of $14.5 billion in back taxes.Cook said Apple will appeal the decision, which he called maddening.Ireland — whose low corporate tax rates are a lure to other multinationals such as Google and Facebook — may also appeal the commission s decision.The decision has rankled the United States, which wants its share of the tax pie.After all, U.S. corporations were holding more than $2 trillion in profit overseas in 2014, according to a 2015 study by Citizens for Tax Justice and the U.S. Public Interest Research Group Education Fund.
According to Florian Mettetal- A growth hacker finds a strategy within the parameters of a scalable and repeatable method for growth, driven by product and inspired by data.Growth hacking s goal are based in marketing but driven by product instincts.A growth hacker lives at the intersection of data, product, and marketing.A growth hacker lives within the product team and has a technical vocabulary to implement what he or she wants.The end goal of every growth hacker is to build a self-perpetuating marketing machine that reaches millions by its self; however, growth hacking is a process, not a secret book of ideas.Growth strategies cannot be easily copied and pasted from product to product.
The upcoming Jumanji movie — which is apparently not a remake or reboot, according to star Dwayne Johnson — has added another familiar face to its already impressive cast, with Doctor Who and Guardians of the Galaxy actress Karen Gillan joining the project.Sony Pictures confirmed Gillan s involvement in the film, which already features Johnson in a lead role, along with Jack Black, Kevin Hart, and Nick Jonas.The film is expected to begin production next month.In a post on Facebook announcing Gillan s involvement in the film, Johnson had high praise for the actress, and indicated that the film will be a continuation of the awesome Jumanji story we love instead of a remake of the 1995 film of the same name that starred Robin Williams.Yes, this is the girl who is so badass, she shaved her freaking head for Guardians of the Galaxy, wrote Johnson.We start production next month in Hawaii, and as many of you already know, this isn t a remake or reboot, but a continuation of the awesome Jumanji story we love.
Lenovo is seeking to make its latest tablet stand out with some very unusual features.The Yoga Book can detect when pen-written notes are made and take a digital copy.A flip-out pad also acts as a keyboard and graphics-creation surface.The Chinese firm believes the idea will appeal to students among others.Lenovo is currently the world's third bestselling tablet-maker after Apple and Samsung, but faces a growing challenge from its domestic rival Huawei.
Image Source: Zach Epstein, BGRTech fans around the world are abuzz as the rumors ramp up ahead of Apple s big iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus event next week.We already know practically everything we should expect from Apple next week.The company s new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will look a great deal like its old 6 and 6 Plus, but it ll pack some big performance upgrades as well as a handful of new features.Both new models will have bigger batteries and twice the internal storage at each tier, and the larger iPhone 7 Plus will also sport a new dual-lens camera design.But with Apple s big iPhone 7 unveiling just around the corner, attention now turns briefly to Samsung because a new leak has seemingly revealed some exciting details about the company s upcoming Galaxy S8.
Motor Alternativen för ett snabbt, enkelt och billigt pendlande blir allt fler.Bor du inne i stan eller har hyfsat nära till arbetsplatsen eller skolan finns en uppsjö av coola och spännande färdmedel numera.Och just för kortare sträckor är eldrivet idealiskt för både miljön och ekonomin, till exempel E-twowDetta fordon är inte unik på något sett, eldrivna scootrar har funnits ett bra tag.Dessvärre varierar kvaliteten rejält och det finns onekligen en hel del skräp ute på marknaden.Scootern levereras monterad och i detta fall även med en bärrem och axelband, vilket gör den väldigt enkel att ta med på bussen eller tåget.
Reuters/Srdjan Zivulovic The long-awaited regulations for commercial drones go into effect Monday, and it means clearer skies for businesses looking to fly.The Federal Aviation Administration's operational rules for small, commercial drones will put national licensing requirements in place and clarify the rules for flying. to drones under 55 pounds and for non-hobbyist drone use,
If you've ever moved to a new city or found yourself in the market for a new doctor, then you've likely faced the challenge of transferring your medical records.For all the work that's been put into health-information technology systems, in 2014 only 34% of doctors surveyed were very satisfied or satisfied with the ones they were using.Each hospital had its own electronic health-records system, but connecting those, at the moment, is almost impossible.And they're still being described as "clunky," or stuck in the 1990s compared to the flashy consumer technology that we use every day.Those two shortcomings are what healthcare experts hope changes, and soon.When it comes to innovating electronic health records, "We're at the tip of the iceberg," Dr. Robert Robbins, CEO and president of the Texas Medical Center, told Business Insider.A mandatory push into technologyIn 2009, Congress passed the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health HITECH Act, which set up incentives for hospitals to get off pen-and-paper charts and onto electronic systems.Over the next six years, hospitals could buy these information-technology systems, implant them into their hospitals, and receive money in return for doing it.And this did make a big shift in how many people had an electronic health record EHR ."A lot of companies had to do compliance, so innovation got slowed down," said Jessica S. Ancker, a professor of healthcare policy and research at Weill Cornell Medical College.Getting doctors to use EHRs and hospitals to share dataWhile that innovation had to pump the brakes, that left room for two shortcomings, Ancker said: usability and interoperability.These aren't technologies that doctors are flocking to.But user experience just hasn't been as high a priority, for better or worse, for those building the systems.
Riding high off their latest honor from RootMetrics as the best overall mobile network, Verizon is celebrating with a reward for its customers — the launch of LTE Advanced technology that promises 50 percent faster peak wireless data speeds to more than 288 million people in 461 cities from coast to coast.Claiming to cover all major cities as well as historical dead zones like highways, interstates, country roads, and the more rural parts of the country, Verizon says that its latest technology will let its customers stay connected anytime, anywhere.Our customers just received a major network enhancement for no additional cost, said Tami Erwin, head of operations for Verizon s wireless unit.Verizon LTE Advanced works like a turbocharger on an engine.Speed boosts kick in when you need it most, with big data use.That s when you get the big peak boost of Verizon LTE Advanced.