Apple will soon add a feature in the Find My iPhone app that will help you find your missing AirPods.The Wall Street Journal's Joanna Stern first reported theAccording to Stern, the feature will use the AirPod's wireless technology to help you find missing AirPods, and it'll be included in the iOS 10.3 update, which will "soon be available to
Available on PS4 version tested and PS3If Yakuza 0 s open-world rendition is accurate, walking through the real-life streets of Tokyo s Kamurocho district and Osaka, Japan, must be a proper ball-ache.Blimey, I just want to pick up a gift for a squatter so I can trigger the next bit of this main quest.It only takes the face-stomping shoes of Kazuma Kiryu – our protagonist – a few minutes to run from one side to the other, so I figure sourcing the squatter s gift will be a doddle.On the way I get into five fights, am convinced to stand in for a producer on a television set, and end up teaching a shy dominatrix how to be authoritative with masochists.The two main stories – based around low-level Yakuza heavy, Kazuma Kiryu, and ex-Yakuza-turned cabaret manager, Goro Majima – both cover serious topics, as you d expect from a game about mobsters who cut off their own pinkie fingers.
These features will make it simple and easy for video editors to get feedback from collaborators across the globe throughout the video editing process.One of the most important aspects of producing and creating quality video content is having a solid workflow for getting feedback and notes on the project throughout its progression through your workflow.Video sharing giant Vimeo announced some new video review functionality aimed at making this feedback and collaboration easier than ever.Vimeo is touting the new features as a way to help you simplify your workflow and keep your focus on the feedback.Which as we noted above, is a pivotal part in any quality video production.The features work by taking innovations in the document review market think live comments in Google Docs, and similar services and applying those to the video creation space.
Support for the openSUSE Linux distribution was also recently added.Microsoft s plans to embrace the open source community, and more specifically Linux, has moved forward another step with the company adding support for the Clear Linux distribution.The Intel-backed distribution is to have support added for instances in Microsoft s Azure public cloud platform, and will be available in three versions.The first version will be a stripped-down, simple virtual machine that is designed for maximum customizability.The second, a Docker based container runtime, and the third option is a sample solution image that s designed for machine learning applications.The move by Microsoft is another in a long list of Linux distributions to have become available on the Azure cloud offering.
More Charts It s been a trend for some time, but now it s official: Americans consume more music through on-demand streaming than digital album and track sales from services like iTunes.That s according to a recent report from research firm Nielsen, which said that 2016 was the first year to officially mark the shift to streaming.What s more, Nielsen says sales of digital albums declined even faster than those of physical albums, as a result of the massive shift to streaming through YouTube, Spotify, and the like.This chart from Statista shows just how stark the shift was.Year-over-year, Nielsen says audio streams were up 76.4%, while digital album and track sales were both down more than 20%.NOW WATCH: 7 qualities in men that women find attractiveLoading video...
yesterday released the organization Multefire Alliance specification Multefire Release 1.0.Why should you do this the trouble?Well, to get better capacity, better safety and easier transfer of communication from and to the operator networks, if you believe Mazen Chmaytelli who is the president of the Multefire Alliance.As an example, the users mentioned companies that need to network with predictable performance, for example, for time-sensitive applications and to provide access to the wireless network in stadiums.Perhaps even for consumers who want to build home networks.A more extreme example is a remotely controlled train in an underground mine, with high demands on timing.
In 2017 things aren t what they used to be.Workers worldwide including 24 percent of Americans in the past year alone have adapted to the prevalence of money-making opportunities that are specifically internet- or app-based, creating a substantial pool of industry-specific talent that are ready to put their skills to use.The advent of the sharing economyThe sharing economy, often referred to as the peer economy, allows people to benefit from the services offered to them via online platforms and/or to provide their own offerings to be purchased or rented from the online marketplace.The giggers benefit from the access to a huge audience and a steady flow of side cash.The sharing economy has democratized markets and industries largely controlled by large corporate interests, allowing disruptive companies such as Airbnb, Uber and Lyft to shake things up and provide needed services at decent rates as well as opportunities for workers to take on new projects.Due to its emphasis on peer-to-peer transactions, trust and communalism are strongly emphasized and championed in the sharing economy, as Airbnb cofounder Joe Gebbia explained in a 2016 TED talk.Evolution of the gig economyThe on-demand gig economy has followed in the footsteps of the original sharing economy, providing opportunities for industry-specific workers to find tasks suitable to their schedules, abilities and other needs.Such sites as Fiverr and Freelancer.com are favored by freelance professionals and companies in need of good work with a fast turnover rate across a range of fields, including, but not limited to digital marketing, graphic design, coding and more.However, a new subset of the gig economy tapping into the blue-collar sector has emerged in recent years, allowing the likes of hospitality professionals and manual laborers to get in on the game.After all, you need to rent or own a home to monetize on Airbnb; you need a car to be an Uber or Lyft driver; and you need specialized education and experience to be hired as a white-collar freelancer.
From plants to pocket-sized radios, Japan has a long history of miniaturisation, but its first attempt to shrink a satellite-launching rocket has ended with the launcher ditching into the sea.The 2.6-tonne SS-520-4, about the size of a power pole, is a sounding rocket platform Jaxa had hoped would set the record for the smallest rocket to carry a satellite to space.Off the shelf, the SS-520 is a two-stage affair just 10 metres long and 50 cm wide that in its standard spec can carry 140 kg to an altitude of around 800 km.Japan's space agency JAXA hoped adding a third stage would let the SS-520-4 reach 2,000 km to launch a cubesat.As Japan Times reports, Sunday's launch from the Uchinoura Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture started well.However, three minutes into the launch, the rocket stopped sending telemetry, prompting mission operators to abort the firing of the second stage.
Financial Times rapporterar att Facebooks nya verktyg för att identifiera och filtrera bort fejknyheter sprider sig utanför USA:s gränser.Det är Tyskland som "inom ett par veckor" kommer att åtnjuta en provperiod, där Facebook-användare kommer att kunna flagga inlägg av tvivelaktig karaktär för att få till en granskning av dem hos en faktakollande tredje part.Ansvariga för faktagranskningen i Tyskland är Correctiv, en icke-vinstdrivande organisation med grävande journalister.Tyskarna har uttalat en tydlig fruktan om att falska nyhetsinlägg kan komma att påverka utgången av det stundande regeringsvalet, så att landet utsetts till europeisk försökskanin är tämligen logiskt.Sociala fejknyheter i politiska sammanhang blev också ett hett diskussionsämne efter att det stod klart att Donald Trump blir USA:s nästa president.Det är ännu inte klart när Facebook planerar att lansera sin nyhetsgranskare på bred front, men efter testperioden i Tyskland vet vi garanterat mer.
But when the swedes get to choose what they want to share with them the books and tools higher up on the wish list.Delningsekonomi as a concept is only a few years old, although the sharing of goods and services have as long a history as our civilization.But the digitalisation and an increased focus on sustainability has created a larger space for delningsekonomin.Still seems the concept of delningsekonomi be more of a media phenomenon.But more than those who are familiar with the concept of delningsekonomi have actually utilized the goods and services in this new sector.16% stated that they made use of the sharing service when the services were named, the most common was Uber and Airbnb.
Säljare är bland annat finansmannen Mikael Kamras riskkapitalbolag Scope.Scope klev in som 50-procentig ägare i början av 2015.Affären, som undertecknades i helgen, ger en total värdering av bolaget på 725 miljoner kronor.Samarbetet med Scope och Jonas Meerits som var ansvarig på Scope blev superbra.Under ett och ett halvt år fick vi väldigt mycket förfrågningar från globala spelare , säger Mikael Söderlindh, vd för Happy Socks och även en av grundarna.Läs mer: Svensk design erövrar Las Vegas
Anyone know of a SaaS company currently using or that has tried PWYW for one of their plans?maybe the lowest tier The only one I know of is Askimet spam filter by Wordpress, but the product actually used to be free: https://akismet.com/plans/
Allt fler tillverkare bekräftar att de kommer hålla i presentationer under Mobile World Congress i slutet av nästa månad.Senaste företaget är Lenovo Moto som bjuder på nyheter 26 februari klockan 16:30 svensk och lokal tid.Eventuellt får vi se Moto G5 Plus som figurerat i rykten senaste tiden.Telefonen sägs erbjuda komponenter som en 5,5-tumspanel 1080p , 4GB RAM, Snapdragon 625, en 13MP-kamera och ett 3080mAh-batteri.Senaste artiklarna om MWC 2017
The video games world held its breath as Nintendo unveiled its latest console on Friday, but investors were not so starry-eyed, with disappointment at the device s high price sending shares diving.The Switch, a hybrid between a portable and home console, may be Nintendo s last chance to wrestle back a share of the market from Sony s PlayStation and Microsoft s Xbox consoles after dire sales of its predecessor, the Wii U.But the console, which will go on sale in March, comes at a much higher price than many expected, and analysts suggest it may struggle to attract the casual and family gamers who have made up Nintendo s core audience.This is not an impulse purchase or as cheap as other recent Nintendo consoles and at this price point Nintendo will be competing with existing consoles and tablets, said Piers Harding-Rolls, head of games research at IHS Markit.Shares fell 5.75pc, down sharply during Nintendo s event, and wiping 205bn yen £1.5bn off the company s value.The Switch will cost UK consumers £280, the highest UK price for a Nintendo console in its history.
I was eager to get your collective feedback on this term I have been reading about, "Product Market Fit."However, it is Marc Andreessen, co-founder and General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz, a VC firm, which focuses on the tech industry, who once stated the following, which is really what is causing the most confusion for me.Andreessen stated - "We don't believe there is a tension between product and business, we believe there is a staging.We have this concept we call, Product Market Fit, which is basically, you have a product the market wants, and you can tell because the market is pulling the product.And until you have that, time spent building the business around the product, is pointless, because it's not going to go anywhere.Best case, it's going to be a zombie*."
An appeals court has ruled that Apple must face antitrust charges in a lawsuit that alleges that the company monopolized the market for iPhone apps.The U.S. Court for Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed Thursday a decision by a lower court and ruled that the app buyers filing the lawsuit are direct purchasers of iPhone apps from Apple, rather than from app developers, and hence have standing to sue.Apple was a distributor of iPhone apps, selling them directly to buyers through its App Store, according to the court.The proposed class-action lawsuit started in 2011 with the complaint changing several times.The purchasers object to the 30 percent "surcharge" that they pay to Apple.The company collects 30 percent of the revenue of third-party apps on its store, with the balance going to the developer, in a closed system in which Apple controls which apps can run on an iPhone, according to court records.
Razer s triple-screened gaming laptop prototypes wowed many CES 2017 visitors last week, including at least one incredibly light fingered attendee.The firm says two of the unique Project Valerie machines were lifted from its press room last Saturday and is now offering a sizable reward for information that leads to their recovery.Related: 10 barmy gadgets from CES 2017The gaming company s CEO Min-Liang Tan has placed a $25,000 bounty on the laptops, which feature three 17.3-inch 4K screens that slide out of the main display to offer gamers a command centre-like immersive experience.At Razer, we play hard and we play fair, he wrote on Facebook.Our teams worked months on end to conceptualize and develop these units and we pride ourselves in pushing the envelope to deliver the latest and greatest.
Edit Brunner and Vigor Sörman.Edit Brunner took over as head of the Splays of the Swedish business for just over a year ago.Now leave the Edit Brunner its mission.It became clear during the christmas period , confirming her own.Splays a co-founder Viktor Linnell has already taken over responsibility for the Swedish operations.the Reason chefsbytet is to Splay now is on the path to change the direction of the company.
The number of utility patents granted in the U.S. edged up to a record high last year, reversing a slight decline in 2015 and reaffirming a longstanding trend in the nation s patent growth.The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office last year issued 304,126 utility patents, according to an annual tally by the research firm IFI Claims Patents Services.Utility patents, which cover new or improved products, processes, or machines, were up...
Aage Reerslev är vd på Wrapp.I november rapporterade vi om att bankerna Collector och Länsförsäkringar har investerat i Wrapp.Parterna valde dock att inte avslöja summan.Nu visar dock dokumentet från Bolagsverket att Länsförsäkringar stoppade in 20 miljoner - och Collector investerade 10 miljoner.Totalt fick Wrapp alltså in 30 miljoner från bankerna som också blev tajta samarbetspartners.Investeringarna skedde genom en så kallad konvertibel - ett lån som kan omvandlas till aktier längre fram.