For the past few years, Apple has released a redesigned iPhone one year before upgrading its components the year after, giving that model an "S" designation.But in the next two years, Apple appears poised to totally break its typical release cadence, according to a new report from Nikkei.Apple may be planning to release three new iPhones in 2018, according to the report.All three of these new phones will have a kind of screen called OLED, which is a newer, superior technology with darker blacks and better power consumption.But before that, Apple is expected to launch a premium handset later this year that's being called the iPhone 8, for lack of a better term.This model is expected to get a full redesign without a home button, an OLED screen, and a price tag that may top $1000.
Microsoft's browsers last month continued their free fall, again shedding a significant amount of user share, an analytics company reported today.According to data from California-based Net Applications, the user share of Internet Explorer (IE) and Edge -- an estimate of the proportion of the world's personal computer owners who ran those browsers -- fell by nearly a full percentage point in May, ending at a combined 23.2%.May's decline was the largest since January, and could signal a resumption of the precipitous plunge IE and Edge experienced in 2016, when the browsers lost more than 22 percentage points, almost half their total share at the start of that year, and ceded the top spot to Google's Chrome.Microsoft's problem, as it has been since mid-2015, stemmed from two factors: A persistent decline in the demoted-to-legacy IE, which was expected after the launch of Windows 10, and the inability, to put it mildly, for Edge, 10's default browser, to make up the difference.The second was certainly not in Microsoft's projections.In the last 11 months, IE's share dropped by 41%, while Edge's increased by only 11%.
Netflix, Deezer, TVPlayer and SoundCloud won’t cost you a thing and Three says other services can sign up tooThree is to let customers use certain audio and video streaming services without using their monthly data allowance.The operator says ‘Go Binge’ is a response to how people are consuming content.Three claims people are watching or listening in large bursts, usually on the move, but worry about using up too much data.‘Go Binge’ is available to SIM only and contract customers with allowances of 4GB or more.New customers are automatically enrolled into the service while existing subscribers can move onto a new contract to take advantage.
There have been numerous rumours surrounding the Google Pixel 2, the follow-up to last year's Pixel phone.First, Google's hardware head, Rick Osterloh told Android Pit: "You can count on us to follow [the Pixel].Following that revelation, we started hearing rumours that we'd see three different devices: a Pixel 2, Pixel XL 2, and a mysterious larger device.Related: Pixel 2 – What you need to knowNow, it seems the word is that Google will be sticking with just the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2, and while many expected HTC to manufacture both, recent rumours have it that LG will actually be manufacturing the XL 2.That came via 9to5Google, which spotted a bug entry on the Android Issue Tracker from March, which was reported by an LG employee.
Ice cream brand Halo Top’s Instagram account features image after image of its carton pints swimming in melted swirls of vibrant oranges, purples and browns.It’s such organic social posts that have helped launch the 5-year-old brand in stores nationwide without spending a penny on advertising.Halo Top’s Instagram account, which has 461,000 followers, emphasizes the packaging, with photos and GIFs of these pints set against minimalistic backgrounds and pops of color.“Instead of cluttered or busy images with loads of messaging, we focus on clean images that allow our packaging and ice cream to shine through a bit,” said Justin Woolverton, CEO and founder of Halo Top.Over the past 10 months, the brand has seen a 160 percent increase in social followers, from 400,000 in August to 1 million today.According to Woolverton, sales have increased by 2,500 percent over the last year and the product is now available in grocery stores nationwide.
One of them is Yepstr (NTL), which was founded by Jacob Rudbäck about two years ago.We have average growth of 43 percent each month in the past year”, says Jacob Rudbäck.He said that Yepstr has increased net sales from sek 60 000 in april to 100 000 sek in may. The past month has the company traded the 170 000 kronor.He also sees that it will continue at the same rate in the next few months.the Company, which is still loss-making, took in 7 million just over a year ago.One of the Investors was redarmiljardären Dan Sten Olsson, Jacob Rudbäck met when he cut the Stone-founder's lawn as a young man.
North Korea has test-fired a ballistic missile that could take it a step closer to fielding long-range weapons.This was North Korea's 13th missile test in 2017.Reuters reports claims by North Korean media that the launch was the country's first intercontinental ballistic missile.The missile was fired at 9:40am from North Korea's Western coast and flew for 40 minutes towards Japan, landing in the Sea of Japan.The test was launched just before the US Independence Day holiday and this week's G20 political summit.Expert David Wright estimates such a long-range missile would be unable to hit mainland United States, but could potentially reach Alaska.
When some people describe the internet, they say it’s a jungle out there.And that’s true, if it’s a jungle where every single creature is lined up and tooled up, ready to attack you the second you arrived.The internet is so full of malicious software that it’s not a case of if an unprotected PC will get infected with something serious; it’s a case of how quickly it’ll happen.Enter Comodo (did you see what we did there?We give up), whose free firewall is designed to make sure your PC doesn’t become a statistic.It blocks malicious software from getting onto your PC, and if there’s already malware on your PC it stops it communicating with faraway villains.
Linus Torvald's release announcement is suitably low-key for something he expected to land without fuss.“Things were quite calm this week, so I really didn't have any real reason to delay the 4.12 release”, he writes.The “just plain big” release has “also nothing particularly odd going on in the tree - it's all just normal development, just more of it that usual.”So much so that even “the whole 4.12 shortlog is much too large to post”.However, he writes, nearly half of the new code is “a lot of new header files” to support AMD's Vega card.“That's almost exactly half the bulk of the patch, in fact, and partly as a result of that the driver side dominates everything else” – at more than 85 percent of the release patch.
It's tough to imagine anyone but Robert Downey Jr. playing Tony Stark.But in an interview published Sunday, the actor tells News.com.au that the end could be near."It's this cyclical thing," Downey said in the interview."I could have said when the first 'Avengers' came out: 'It's never going to get any better than that.But to me it's always about people and opportunities, like the ('Avengers' directors Anthony and Joe) Russos, who I adore."Everyone says to me it's like a glove that fits so well.
Microsoft goes ahead with major cloud monitoring Cloudyn deal.Microsoft has confirmed that it is buying Cloudyn, an Israeli cloud monitoring analytics start up.Breaking into the tech scene in 2012, Cloudyn’s service assists companies by providing analytics and optimisation tools to automate and monitor costs of their cloud base.The company has successfully raised over $20m since being founded.Some of the services that drew Microsoft to the rapidly growing company includes systems to support cloud billing and management solutions.The startup provides companies with access to real-time data, making it easier to make financial evaluations.
During the course of this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans, the oldest active—and possibly most grueling—endurance race in motorsports, the painful ending suffered by Toyota Gazoo Racing at the famed circuit in 2016 would only continue to ache.Four of the top five lap times during the 24-hour sprint were set by Toyota, including the 8 car doing so late in the race.Although not considered favorites to win, with impressive control and poise, the Toyota Gazoo Racing team’s 5 and 6 cars were in a three-way battle with Porsche’s 1 car for the lead, with the 5 car poised to win on the final lap.The downsized internal combustion engine meant less weight, more efficiency, and, ultimately, fewer pit stops.In the case of the TS050, the Toyota team took the opposite approach and utilized technology from existing everyday commuter cars: regenerative braking.Also, the motor generator units (MGU) of the hybrid system are more compact while the lithium-ion battery has been refined.
Ny Tekniks reporter Anna Orring om hur syltingredienser kan minska plastberget.När jag var barn gjorde vi en gång per år egen jordgubbssylt.Sedan skölja, rensa och koka med socker och Certo (pektin).Förutom den söta smaken av varm sylt minns jag den kemiska förtjusningen.Nu följer jag nyheter om ett helt annat sätt att koka ihop pektin och socker.I fokus står den kemiska byggstenen furandikarboxylsyra, som förkortas FDCA.
Billed by the Xbox team as “the console [that] developers wanted us to build,” the console promises to deliver four times the graphical power of the current Xbox One.And for users without a 4K TV?AMD FreeSync ensures that refresh rate is undetectable by the user while dynamically adapting to mitigate latency and increase the smoothness of gameplay.Instead, the console will feature 12GB of GDDR5 memory (4GB reserved for the operating system) and 326 GB/s bandwidth, far more than most its Xbox One relatives and the PS4 Pro.In early June, Director of programming for Xbox Live Larry Hryb (“Major Nelson”), and Kevin Gammill from the Xbox engineering team talked about decisions behind the dev kit and gave us our first look at the back of the unit.In April, 2017, Windows Central reported a “partial” list of games that will receive 4K support, including a few that haven’t been officially announced.
President Trump lashed out at the Washington Post and Amazon in a Wednesday morning tweet, the day after the newspaper — which is owned by Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos — published a story that showed he has fake Time magazine covers at his golf courses.The AmazonWashingtonPost, sometimes referred to as the guardian of Amazon not paying internet taxes (which they should) is FAKE NEWS!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 28, 2017Trump’s attack on both companies isn’t new; he slammed them and Bezos during his presidential campaign as the Post assigned many reporters to cover him.Trump last year said Amazon was “getting away with murder tax-wise,” and that Bezos was holding the Washington Post over politicians’ heads so they “don’t tax Amazon like they should be taxed.”The president’s attack doesn’t make sense because of his claim that Amazon is avoiding paying “internet taxes.” There is no federal internet tax — that’s not fake news.
More streamlined customer platforms may mean fewer annoying airport experiences.apAmerican Airlines is looking to IBM to help put an end to terrible airport experiences.The airline is starting to move its online services to IBM's cloud network, beginning with its website, apps and airport kiosks, as well as a handful of internal processes.American announced in November that it had chosen IBM's Cloud over competitors Amazon and Microsoft, but it's taken since then to to begin its transition."American is moving away from talking about moving to the cloud to actually moving to the cloud," said Daniel Henry, American’s VP of customer technology and enterprise architecture."It seems simple but that's a big step for companies of our size."
What would you do to get a deal on a phone?If looking at ads falls into that spectrum, Amazon is selling five new budget Android phones to Amazon Prime members for between $30 and $80 less than their full retail price.The catch: looking at some ads on your lock screen.Amazon is slowly building out a portfolio of cut-price phones, starting with the Moto G4 last year and swelling to include more Motorola and Alcatel phones.For Amazon, already a buzzing marketplace for premium and discount phones, the program sweetens the deal for budget buyers, while giving Amazon a way to stay in the phone game long after its first and only branded phone attempt went bust.This time, it's Nokia 6 is the headliner of the bunch, which also includes the new Motorola Moto E4 and a trio of Alcatel phones.
I måndags stod det klart att Gunilla von Platen säljer sitt livsverk Xzakt Kundrelation till riskkapitalbolaget Altor."Det känns helt fantastiskt, det är en dröm som gått i uppfyllelse.De här bolagen är en perfect match", säger Gunilla von Platen.Gunilla von Platen grundade Xzakt för 17 år sedan, när hon själv var 28 år, och under förra året omsatte bolaget närmare 100 miljoner kronor.Hur mycket pengar försäljningen inbringar vill hon inte avslöja.Samtidigt öppnar hon upp för fler investeringar i startups om rätt bolag dyker upp.
Pinterest users can take a few seconds to be a bit more secure by heading into settings and turning on two-factor authentication.Pinterest users will soon have more ways to protect their accounts, as the service announced three new security features, including two-factor authentication.The updates began rolling out on Tuesday, with the features expected to be available to every user over the next few weeks.Users can now turn on a two-factor authentication, which will send a code via text or the Twilio Authy app to verify the user’s identity at each login.For users that don’t want to bother with the extra step, the feature can remain switched off inside the security section of the Pinterest account settings.Along with the new login protection, Pinterest will now list every device that’s logged into the account inside the security section of the profile.
the Iphone manufacturer Apple has entered into an agreement where you långtidshyr a smaller fleet of vehicles from the car rental provider Hertz, to test a self-driven technology for cars, writes Bloomberg.This led to Hertz shares rose by 13.5 per cent during Monday's trade to 10,82 dollars, while Apple's shares instead fell slightly.Apple intends to use the car Lexus RX450h for the tests.Mobiltelefontillverkarens ceo Tim Cook said earlier in June that Apple focuses on self-driven cars.Read more: self-driven Uber-Volvo in crash – pictures spread on TwitterA half-dozen vehicles with Apple's autonomous technology is already being tested on the streets in San Francisco.