En självkörande bil från Uber har varit inblandad i en krasch i Tempe, Arizona i USA, vilket är ytterligare ett bakslag som drabbat bolaget den senaste tiden, skriver Bloomberg News.På bilder som har publicerats på Twitter kan man se Uber-bilen, en stadsjeep från Volvo, liggandes på sidan med bucklor och krossade fönster vid en annan bil.En talesperson för Uber har bekräftat händelsen i ett mail till Bloomberg News.Däremot kunde inte talespersonen berätta om det förekommit några personskador eller om det fanns passagerare i bilen.Läs mer: Autoliv och Volvo miljardsatsar på självkörande bilarDet var i förra månaden som Ubers självkörande bilar började plocka upp kunder för transporter i Arizona.
Fortiguard Labs has discovered a Word file with a previously unknown macro viruses, which can infect both Mac OS and Windows.it did start as a Visual Basic for Applications script (VBA macro) which try to run automatically.If macros are turned off or the file displayed in the browser are visible only an image and text that tries to trick the victim to open the file in Word on your computer and enable macros (by claiming that it is a ”protected document” that can be opened only so).When the well runs decodes the macro a base64-encoded Python script that is in the Word file kommentarsmetadata.the Script determines if it is running in Mac OS or Windows, and go on with different methods for each system.In both cases trying the malware, it download new instructions from a server that is not currently active, but it is still running in the background so the one who opened the file can suffer later.
Entertainment and finance apps have powered a 43 per cent surge in app usage in India over the course of 2016 according to the latest study conducted by Yahoo’sFlurry Analytics.Entertainment & finance apps power Indian smartphone surgeThe State of the App survey found that time spent on messaging and social apps grew at a greater clip in India (52%) than globally (44%), a disparity thrown into starker relief when looking solely at app usage which surged by 43% in India against far more modest growth of just 11% for the planet as a whole.Flurry Director Christopher Klotzbach commented: “The decelerating rate of global growth could signal market maturity, saturation or simply the end of the app gold rush."Going back to India's six-month mobile trend delay, there's no better time for local developers to innovate, and lessen or possibly stop a local industry pause."In terms of specific usage media, music and entertainment applications saw the greatest jumps in usage with a 188% rise year-on-year, closely followed by business and finance apps which surged 176%.
Racing simulator Arsetto Corsa can now be played on the HTC Vive and OSVR headsets.Utilizing the open-source OpenVR platform, it now offers native support for those two consumer-grade headsets, alongside the existing support for the Oculus Rift.Arsetto Corsa has been at the forefront of virtual reality support for years.Back in 2013, it supported what for many people was the first gaming VR headset: the Oculus Rift DK1 developer kit.Since then it has added support for the consumer grade Oculus Rift, which gave many people a chance to play it in VR.HTC Vive owners even got a look at using the Revive driver.
Google came packed with a bunch of announcements at its Google for Brazil event, but you don’t need to live in Rio de Janeiro to benefit from them.In addition to the new location sharing in Maps, Google is also rolling out updates to its Duo, Allo, and Photos apps, bringing some long-awaited features.While the focus of the app had been on video chatting, Google will now let you make audio calls too.According to Google, “Duo audio calls work well on all connection speeds and won’t eat up your data.”Also getting an anticipated new feature is Allo, one of its many chat apps.For the first time, users will be able to share documents and other files (.pdf, .docs, .apk, .zip, and mp3) inside conversations.
In a new category of wearables, PureCarbon has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo for smart weightlifting gloves, dubbed Delta Gloves.The wearable fitness device promise to enhance your strength training, replacing the normal gloves that weightlifters and other people wear during workouts with smart gloves that track your movements.The idea comes from Aleda and Jonathan Schaffer, cofounders of PureCarbon.They’re hoping to raise $50,000 to bridge the fitness tracking divide for strength training.They also appeared on America’s Greatest Makers, an Intel-sponsored reality show on TBS, where they won $100,000 and completed alpha testing of the Delta Gloves.Early adopters will enjoy a discounted rate of $99 while supplies last.Following the launch, the Delta Gloves will be available on the PureCarbon web site for $199.“Indiegogo is the ideal platform to launch this groundbreaking wearable fitness technology,” said PureCarbon CEO Jonathan Schaffer, in a statement.“The market has long been in need of the Delta Gloves for fitness enthusiasts of all levels — from users who lift every week to those just starting out.”Workout guidance from PureCarbon’s free app offers in-ear rep counts, exercise identification, and tips on form.Whether at the gym or at home, users can choose curated workouts through the app or use freestyle mode to create and track their own routine.
During the past year there has been circulating regular information on the the asian pc manufacturers Fujitsu and Lenovo are on the way to integrate their pc operations.It is the japanese public service broadcaster NHK, who says that the japanese Fujitsu and Lenovo pushes forward the plans to integrate its pc operations to the next month or later.According to NHK, the companies have been in serious talks to reach an agreement at the end of this month, but negotiations are dragging on.Read more: New bid: Fujitsu stays in the pc industryIn the fall, there was talk about that the Fujitsu would be selling its pc business to Lenovo, but now it seems to be that the two activities are integrated.Last year, la Fujitsu its pc business into a separate business unit, with the justification that the company would focus on its core business.
Your phone is your life — you use it for everything from your calendar to your Rolodex to your primary email outlet.But it could also be so much more than that, if only you have the proper tools in your utility belt.We've put together a list of the most useful apps every modern gentleman should have on his phone.From showing you how to cook to telling you how to survive in the event of a snakebite, these apps will make any man's life easier.
Starting this afternoon at 1PM Pacific Time – 4PM Eastern Time – the next big Pokemon GO event will begin.This event was announced earlier today by Niantic itself in an official fashion, which means it’s not a secret in any way, shape, or form.This event will include a large amount of Water Type Pokemon – the sort that most Pokemon GO trainers are not able to access on a regular basis.Inside this event, a limited number of Pokemon will be appearing far more regularly than they normally would.This includes water-type Pokemon, as per the theme of the event: Water Festival.Why the Water Festival is occurring this week, we might never know – what we DO know is that we’re about to see a whole lot more Gyarados in Pokemon Gyms very soon.
If you know the name Bissell at all, it's probably from their range of carpet cleaners, hoovers and floor sweepers.In other words, they do things for floors.Now, they've turned their knowledge of deep-cleaning carpets to a different kind of furry covering: dogs' coats.They've made the brilliantly-named Barkbath, a portable gadget that's somewhere in between a shower and a carpet shampooer.There are a lot of very good boys in the video:The Barkbath should be considerably better for the environment, water-wise, but also better for worried woofs.
Japanese-owned tech giant ARM has announced the impending launch of DynamIQ, a new architecture which the company bills as 'probably the biggest microarchitectural shift since ARM announced 64-bit ARMv8-A in 2011,' which allows for low-power and high-performance cores to be implemented in any ratio.Building on the company's big.LITTLE architecture, which partners low-power low-performance cores with a typically equal number of high-power high-performance cores in an effort to offer on-demand performance and longer idle battery life, DynamIQ is positioned by ARM as being considerably more flexible.'DynamIQ big.LITTLE carries on the 'right processor for the right task' approach and enables configurations of big and LITTLE processors on a single compute cluster which were previously not possible,' explained ARM's Nandan Nayampally at the unveiling.'For example, 1 3 or 1 7 DynamIQ big.LITTLE configurations with substantially more granular and optimal control are now possible.'The ability to add a single high-power core to a many-core low-power chip or even to have up to eight cores all of which have independent power and performance characteristics, ARM claims, is but one of the benefits that DynamIQ will bring to the platform for embedded machine learning and artificial intelligence systems - a clear indicator of the company's focus on automotive and other embedded AI markets going forward.DynamIQ also includes dedicated processor instructions for ML and AI, the company has claimed, which will scale over the next 3-5 years to offer a fifty-fold boost in performance over the company's Cortex-A73 architecture.
Production is underway in London for the anthology series of Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams.Timothy Spall (Mr. Turner, Secrets & Lies, The King’s Speech) will star in the first episode The Commuter, playing Ed Jacobson, an employee at a train station who is alarmed to discover that a number of daily commuters are taking the train to a town that shouldn’t exist.When he investigates, he comes face-to-face with an alternate reality that forces him to confront his own struggles with his wife Mary, played by Rebecca Manley (This is England, The Moorside) and his son Sam (played by Anthony Boyle from Harry Potter And The Cursed Child).The Commuter is based on the short story of the same name by Philip K. Dick and is written by Jack Thorne.The episode is directed by Tom Harper.Also featured in The Commuter are Rudi Dharmalingham (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them) as fellow train station employee Bob Paine, Tuppence Middleton (War & Peace) as the mysterious Linda, and Hayley Squires (I, Daniel Blake).
Time was, the humble indie game was a patchy, pretty piece of work cobbled together on a shoestring with little but the love of a developer to get it to market.Nowadays, the head honchos over at Xbox dish out dev kits and store space to all comers willing to give it a good go - not to mention serving up the same submission process for every game, big or small.All of which means indie gaming on Xbox and PC is experiencing a burgeoning resurgence - and, having been hands-on with 8 new titles at an ID@Xbox showcase in London, that only looks set to continue.What have you got to look forward to?Well, you can find out exactly what that's like by playing Snake Pass.In essence, it takes the simple collect-items-to-progress concept and turns it on its head by, well, making you a snake.
seek a variety of roles, filling out applications, networking, tailor make endless versions of your resume for each potential job, go on interviews, deal with setbacks – the whole process can feel too much, and even make you feel unwanted and sad.Mary Cavanaugh, who is a senior management consultant in the career at Keystone Associates, says: " It is understandable that many people feel they lose control when they lose their jobs.Here are six tips on how to go about it, according to the karriärkonsulterna:– The first thing I say to my clients is to have patience in the process, and to ensure that they have realistic expectations.As it is now is the whole of your professional life focused on finding a new job, but recruiters, rekryteringschefer, people in your network – they do not have the same time horizon as you.
This is perfect for burglars and other crooks who want to knock out the cams moments before robbing a joint.The three vulnerabilities are in camera firmware version 5.2.1, and no patch is publicly available, we understand.Security researcher Jason Doyle, based in Florida, US, spotted the holes, and alerted Google-stablemate Nest about them in October – but there's been no software updates to correct the programming cockups.This month, Doyle went public with details of the flaws, including example exploits.This causes the gadget to crash and reboot.The second flaw is similar, but in this case the miscreant sends a long Wi-Fi password parameter to the camera.
the First North listing the gaming company Next Games to interrupt the public and personnel offering their oversubscription as a result.the Ipo is still continuing the institutional offering.the public offering, the offer was provisionally a maximum of 350 000 shares in the institutional offering, the maximum of 3.62 million shares.the staff of the anti was the size of a maximum of 30,000 shares.Shares preliminary price range is 7,50-7,90 euro.the Company value for the planned consequently, 138-143 million.
data security company F-Secure to start co-operation negotiations with the company's objective is to reduce up to 30 people.the Company has more than a thousand employees.F-Secure ceo Samu Konttinen said in the announcement that the company intends to continue the recruitment this year.“We don't get these measures kulusäästöjä or short-term gains, but we are investing now for growth more than ever.Last year we increased our staff numbers by 11%, and we will continue this year active recruitment focus areas,” he said in the announcement.”we Want to accelerate our growth by creating new capabilities artificial intelligence and big data exploitation as well as investing more in sales and marketing.
Just a couple of days before the big Baselworld trade fair kicks off releasing the Montblanc its first smartklocka.It is in good company, we have already told you about TAG Heuers Connected Modular 45, the successor to the Connected model we tested last year.these two are the only interesting swiss alternatives to Apple Watch 2 and the Samsung Gear S3.Montblancs Summit Smartwatch looks more like a classic watch than any of the others.the Design is inspired by Montblanc 1858 collection, which, among other things visible on the digital clock face on the picture above.It basically looks like the dial in a Montblanc 1858.
Travel website eDreams has named the best 10 airports in the world.eDreams evaluated over 65,000 airport reviews left by its customers in 2016 to come up with a list of the 10 best and the 10 worst airports.eDreams said it took into account the global quality of airports, their waiting areas, shopping facilities, and restaurants before rating airports out of five."eDreams has once more evaluated the reviews made by its customers to create the ranking about the best airports in the world," the company wrote on its website.While airports in cities like Bangkok and Zurich scored highly, their equivalents in cities like New York and Paris did not.A separate ranking, based on data provided consumer-aviation website Skytrax, was published by my colleague Benjamin Zhang earlier this week.
Nintendo’s new Switch console is a unique gaming machine, and not just because of its hybrid status as a portable or the plethora of controller configurations.The system sees Nintendo return to using proprietary cartridges for physical copies of games, but it also has 32GB of built-in flash storage, and accepts microSD cards for expandability.There are different reasons for using each of these three storage options, but which one has the fastest load times?The folks over at Digital Foundry decided to put the Switch to the test, using the game Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild as part of their analysis.In order to see which type of storage had the best load times, they loaded different parts of the game from each source: the console’s internal memory, the cartridge the physical copy comes on, and two types of SanDisk microSD cards — a cheap 16GB model and a pricier 64GB Extreme Plus.The expectation was that the game cartridge would have the fastest load times, but surprisingly Digital Foundry discovered it came in last place.