FTL maintains a significant fanbase, and its strategy-oriented follow-up promises to scratch a similar itch for dedicated PC gamers.The creators of the hit spacefaring, roguelike FTL: Faster Than Light revealed that a strategy-oriented follow-up that blends elements from Fire Emblem, Earth Defense Force, and Starship Troopers is in the works for PC platforms.Into the Breach takes place amid a post-apocalyptic wasteland that has been ravaged by giant alien insects, and players must strategically organize their military assets in order to defend what remains of humanity.More: These 10 games are so good, you d never know they re from KickstarterPreliminary gameplay footage for Into the Breach reveals that the game adopts an isometric perspective, and features turn-based strategic gameplay in the vein of Nintendo s Fire Emblem series.Players take control of an arsenal of military weaponry, vehicles, and mechs as they attempt to stop alien creatures from destroying nearby structures and resources, and each individual unit boasts its own set of strengths and weaknesses.
"Suomen kovin kasvaja" pomppaa otsikoista eniten esiin, kun kyse on digitaalisia mainospalveluja tarjoavasta Kioskedista ja yhtiöstä parin viime vuoden aikana kirjoitetuista uutisista.Vuosi 2017 ei kuitenkaan ole lähtenyt yhtiöllä yhtä valoisissa merkeissä, sillä Kioskedin 17. tammikuuta päättyneiden yt:neuvottelujen seurauksena irtisanottiin seitsemän työntekijää Suomessa.Yhtiöön jää 35 henkilöä, joista 24 työskentelee Suomessa.Ulkomailla olevien toimistojen suhteen ei Kioskedin operatiivisen johtajan Turkka Oksasen mukaan ole erityisiä suunnitelmia.Hänen mukaansa irtisanomiset eivät kohdistuneet erityisesti yhteen yksittäiseen toimintoon, vaan jakautuivat koko liiketoimintaan."Suomen organisaatiossa merkittävä osa työntekijöistä on kytköksissä tuotekehitykseen, mikä tietysti tulee kuitenkin irtisanomisissa esiin", Oksanen kertoo.
the Bet is made against the background of e-commerce in stronger position.the growth of E-commerce remains strong, and we need to be able to offer innovative delivery methods in order to be able to continue to deliver the high level we do today , " says Niklas Stenman, business development manager at DHL Parcel in Sweden.DHL Parcel placed their first paketautomater in Sweden in november last year.it also has DHL Express, a network of approximately 130 paketautomater in place.Paketautomaterna usually installed in public places like for example to supermarkets.DHL Parcel cooperates with the Danish paketautomatleverantören SwipBox.
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Pokemon "Pokémon Go" is now a billion dollar business.That's according to analytics firm Sensor Tower, which estimates that the augmented reality smartphone game has now passed $1 billion £790 million in revenue.It's a huge milestone — and "Pokémon Go" has broken records, reaching this point faster than
Information Management just published its lessons learned from the data breaches that occurred in 2016.Can we learn anything new from the lessons?No, like so many of the lists published every year, they rehash what we ve known for years.The Move to the Cloud Puts Organizations at Greater Risk Put another way, if the number of internal applications increased as rapidly as cloud deployments have increased, there would be greater risk internally.Coaches know that the more athletes you play the more injuries there will be and the longer the game goes on the more penalties there will be.
Whether they re in our smartphones, laptops, electric cars, or any number of other rechargeable electronic devices, the overwhelming majority of us rely on lithium-ion batteries in our everyday lives.Unfortunately, as companies like Samsung and HP are all too aware, there can be dangerous side-effects to lithium-ion batteries if there are any manufacturing anomalies or damage done to the batteries that affects their structural integrity.There is a highly-flammable liquid electrolyte and porous material layer between the anode and cathode layers in today s lithium-ion batteries.And if that liquid is exposed or otherwise compromised, whether through defects or physical damage, the batteries could literally burst into flames and explode.One of the holy grails of battery development is the creation of a cost-effective, efficient, non-volatile electrolyte material, without the explosive risks associated with current technologies.Mike Zimmerman, a Material Science Professor and former plastics engineer, and his team have created a solid, plastic electrolyte material that is durable, lightweight and already being manufactured in Zimmerman s own small facility.
Operators continue to fish acquisitions in the Swedish it-the pond.While we have had Cygate, and Tele2 has bought TDC Telenor only had a fairly small it integratörsdel hereBut now select also Telenor to act by buying up a Swedish it-supplier.– We get a link to Telenor as an operator, but in purely organisational terms, we will become a subsidiary Datametrix in Norway, " says the Network Services ceo Fredrik Svensson.He says that the company, in principle, will be continued as usual in Sweden.We must remain as independent and act with our expertise and our commitment, but with the support from Datametrix and the muscles of Telenor.
At an event in San Francisco today, cloud file syncing and sharing software company Dropbox announced the launch of Smart Sync formerly known as Project Infinite .The feature, which is meant to provide easy access to all your data without taking up all the space on your computer, is becoming available for users of the Dropbox Business service tier in an early-access program.Dropbox introduced Project Infinite last April, describing it as a way to see cloud-stored files in folders on your desktop computer but also very quickly save and open local copies of those files whenever you want them.Dropbox came under some criticism for Project Infinite when it became clear that the feature would require kernel access on users computers.But other than that, Dropbox hasn t said much on Project Infinite since then.We re also exploring ways to bring it to individual users in the future, Dropbox vice president of product and design Todd Jackson wrote in a blog post.Additionally today, the Dropbox Paper notetaking app launches out of beta.Dropbox introduced it in 2015, and it launched in open beta in August; at that time, Android and iOS apps became available as well.
The promise of USB-C is great: One cable to connect all of your devices, laptops, tablets, smartphone.Unfortunately it comes with the big caveat that you might end up damaging your gear if you cheap out on a USB-C cable.But Satechi s new Type-C Power Meter makes it easy to tell if your USB-C gadgets are at risk of getting fried, or under-powered, by a sketchy accessory.Given the amount of power a USB-C cable is able to draw, upwards of 3 amps in order to charge a power-hungry laptop, you need to ensure you ve got a high-quality cable or accessory that can handle the load.And as Google s Benson Leung discovered, there s even more risk to your electronics when you ve got a cheap USB-C cable with an older USB connector on the other end that doesn t properly regulate power draw.Buying USB-C cables and accessories from a reputable manufacturer is a good first step to protecting your devices, but there s always the risk you ve accidentally spent money on a convincing counterfeit.
With the Jabra, you may just as in Bose a heart rate monitor on the purchase.This is handy if you do not already have one and provide Sports Pulse, SEE a small advantage over the other models in the same price range.Common to both is, however, also have a lower battery life because pulssensorn is good to eat power.the Reason for the Jabra call this a Special Edition is that the compared with the previous model, has an opportunity to calculate your optimal oxygen intake with the help of the heart rate monitor.Thanks to a wide selection of stoppers, the fit is incredibly good.in Particular, the special wings which are available in three sizes and stick nicely both at the top and bottom inside the ear.
We ve seen him shape the future of Android and Google, and then he moved to Xiaomi where he worked on transforming the Chinese phone maker into a major global player — that, however, hasn t happened yet.Now, however, Hugo Barra will be innovating on an entirely different front, virtual reality.The former Google and Xiaomi exec will be Facebook s next vice president on VR.I m excited that Hugo Barra is joining Facebook to lead all of our virtual reality efforts, including our Oculus team, Zuckerberg said on Facebook.Hugo s in China right now, so here we are together in VR.Hugo shares my belief that virtual and augmented reality will be the next major computing platform, the Facebook CEO continued.
If there s one tactic that s being hyped-up to oblivion right now, it s this: - Publish something cool.- Find influencers who ve tweeted/shared something similar.- Reach out and pester them to tweet/share your post too.I m sure you GH'ers have all been on the receiving end of this.Someone emails you out of the blue asking if you can tweet their article .It happens a lot, but we at Ahrefs struggle to believe it works.
It s been a rough couple of years for Elizabeth Holmes, CEO and founder of the now-floundering blood-testing company Theranos.The biotech company went from a promising golden child of Silicon Valley, at one point valued at $9 billion, to a disgrace that: put patients in harm's way with ; had one of its two diagnostic labs shut down by federal regulators; ; and now faces a mountain of lawsuits.Holmes herself has been from the blood-testing industry pending an appeal .
Plus, apartments have different needs than single-family homes.I can t even count the number of LED and smart lightbulbs I have lying around, but when picking out smart lights for the DT smart apartment, I had a number of factors to consider.There are a number of ways to make your lights smart: There are smart bulbs, smart switches, and smart plugs.If your switch isn t permanently flipped up, the app can t illuminate the bulb for you.If you recently switched to non-connected, long-lasting LEDs, fear not.This is more work than swapping a bulb, but it has some advantages.
Docusign has hired Daniel Springer as its new CEO, putting an end to its strange, 18-month quest to find a replacement for current boss, Keith Krach.Springer has the right mix of experience to lead Docusign, an e-signature software maker last valued at $3 billion.He sold his previous company Responsys to Oracle for $1.6 billion in 2014, three years after taking it public.Before that, he spent time at the consulting firm McKinsey and a startup called Telleo."I'm thrilled to discover the opportunity at Docusign.It s a big scale company but also with hyper growth, and that s what gets me excited," Springer told Business Insider.Springer's real challenge will be in ensuring a smooth CEO transition for Docusign, who took an unusually long 18-month period to fill the position.After Krach expressed his desire to step down in 2015, the company was close to appointing Google executive Rick Osterloh as CEO last March — but he pulled out at the last minute, cancelling the press briefings that were already scheduled to announce his hiring.On top of that, Docusign saw four of its top executives suddenly leave last year, adding to speculation around the company, which was once seen as one of the leading candidates to go public soon.
Apple has confirmed to developers it is raising app store prices by up to a third, more than countering any downward currency swing in the British pound since the Brexit vote in June.The changes PDF will happen in seven days and will see the cheapest app go from 79 pence to £0.99 - in the US the entry level price is $0.99 - and from £1.49 to £1.99 in the next price band.When foreign exchange rates or taxation, we sometimes need to update prices on the App Store.Price for app and in-app purchases excluding subscriptions will increase in India, Turkey, and the United Kingdom, the letter to the devs - seen by us - stated.The rise in India and Turkey are related to a service tax rate change, said Apple, but in Blighty the reason is the drop in the local currency, which yesterday fell against the US dollar to a 31-year low of $1.20 to £1.Prior to the EU referendum, £1 would get you $1.42.
"this is first and foremost to simplify everyday life for our customers.In the other hand we want to get better profitability for our 250 messenger-service cars, and of course, contribute to a better environment, which it is, if you can coordinate shipments," said Mathems co-founder Tomas Litter to Breakit.But Mathems plans can be stopped by the new legislation which is on the road in Sweden.E-commerce.see reports on the bill, which goes under the name of Regulation of a distance with alcoholic beverages .Under the proposal, the customer himself to hire the one that performs the transport of the alcohol.It means that the e-tailers that today sells for example, wine from abroad to Swedish consumers, with home delivery to get their business model is destroyed , writes e-commerce.see.
We saw the exciting concepts, and we saw the leaked Galaxy S8 case mockups, but the following renders might actually show us the real thing, complete with actual measurements of Samsung s hotly anticipated new flagship smartphones.Obtained by GSM Arena from an unnamed case maker, the following Galaxy S8 renders come complete with measurements and comparisons to Samsung s Galaxy S7 models.The Galaxy S8 is said to measure 140.14 x 72.20 x 7.30 mm, which is about as tall as the Galaxy S7, but slightly wider.The handset pictured here has much smaller top and bottom bezels compared to last year s phone.The Galaxy S8 will also retain the 3.5mm headphone hack, the image above indicates, but won t feature a USB-C port.The Galaxy S8 Plus is the bigger version of the phone, which is supposed to offer the same overall design, as well as the same bottom ports and speaker placement.