Engineers at the University of California are working on a soft legged robot that can navigate difficult terrain.Its complex design has been achieved through 3D printing.One possible use for the robot would be to help in search and rescue operations - perhaps in a collapsed building.Its legs can alternate between walking, crawling and climbing.
Today’s Pokemon GO update includes a LEGENDARY POKEMON RAID EGG – as you can see at the head of this article.What we’ll see here is a number of new ways in which the game operates, starting with the big Gym Overhaul.Gameplay from the updated APK file show how this update is more than just a software change-up, it’s a Pokemon GO event unto itself.Starting yesterday, the message “Gyms are under construction” began to appear in the games of thousands of players.By now, the whole world’s Pokemon Gym collection is set to zero.Users can not currently cash in their Gym Defender bonuses and the planet is left without battles.
Enligt en rapport från Sentor baserad på en enkät utförd av Ipsos svarar 65 procent av respondenter att de är oroliga att drabbas av hack eller andra attacker.Det är något högre än förra året då 62 procent svarade så, men en dramatisk ökning mot 2015 då 45 procent uppgav att de var oroliga.Hela fyra av tio svarade att de har utsatts för någon typ av attack, men det framgår inte hur många som faktiskt drabbades.Den våg av utpressningsprogram som har pågått de senaste åren och blivit allt intensivare kan ha påverkat folks rädsla, då skadan de åsamkar är så stor och omedelbar jämfört med till exempel en hackad dator som har använts i ett botnät.
Many marketers aspire to work for an iconic global brand like Coca-Cola, but in 2014, Rachel Holbrook left the beverage giant to work somewhere very different: a rapidly growing startup called Airbnb.Since then, Holbrook has led the lodging service’s content team, including everything from traditional production crews to creative talents who helped define the brand’s popular aesthetic.Holbrook, recently honored in Adweek’s 2017 Creative 100 for her mastery of branded content, joined our podcast for a quick discussion of brand values, the insanity of producing 500 content pieces in two months and why the company is so focused on finding diverse talent at the creative industry’s largest festival.
During the chaos that defines E3, it is easy to get lost in the demos, trailers, and hype of the multitude of big titles coming down the pipe.It is usually not until E3 is well over that we have time to sit down and process what we saw.One question that inevitably comes up after E3 is, how many games were confirmed for each platform?With the rise in popularity of console gaming, we have seen a sharp increase in the number of titles coming out on consoles, even surpassing PC titles in the past few years.Console exclusive titles have ended up edging out the PC in past E3s.For example, at E3 2016, PlayStation had 32 exclusive titles confirmed, Xbox had eight, and PC had only three games that were available exclusively.
Note: Our Raspberry Pi distros round-up has been fully updated.This feature was first published in May 2015.Believe it or not, the Raspberry Pi is now five years old.In its relatively short life the Pi has ushered in a new revolution in computing that stretches far beyond its original remit which was to promote basic computer science education in schools.There have been several fresh Pi developments over the past few years.The Pi Zero was released in 2015, and the Pi and its 'essentials' kit is available for less than £10 (around $13, AU$17).
Nintendo revealed a number of new mechanics for its Super Mario Odyssey platformer for Switch (read our preview) at the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show last week in Los Angeles, and one of the biggest changes that we experienced while playing it at E3 is that Mario can now play dress-up.The publisher has shown Mario running around in different outfits in a handful of Odyssey trailers and screenshots since announcing the game in October.The plumber can ditch his default overalls in favor of a tuxedo, an Al Capone-style pinstripe suit, his construction outfit from Super Mario Maker, and more.Fans have since pieced together that many of these outfits are from previous Nintendo spinoffs like NES Golf or Super Mario Land.But Mario donning a sombrero and poncho isn’t just a reference or a fashion statement (or a stereotype), it also has ramifications for how you can explore Odyssey’s wacky worlds.In the clip above, you can see me try on Mario’s safari-style “Explorer Outfit.” The description suggests how that could help you in certain stages: “Clothing that keeps you comfortable in the deepest heart of the wilderness.” I also find and put on the aforementioned “Black Suit.”
Streamingtjänsten Netflix has more subscribers than the cable tv in the united states with 50,85 million users against 48,61 million, reports Fortune, which refers to an industry study by Leichtman Research, and Netflix's latest quarterly report.the streaming services have changed the underhållningslandskapet, and Netflix has been the leader in the change whose subscriptions have doubled in the last five years.the News that Netflix now has more subscriptions than cable tv in the united states symbolizes a milestone for the company versus the traditional TV providers.While the Leichtman Research estimates that the largest kabelbolagen lost more than 100 000 subscribers in the last verksamhetskvartalet, said Netflix in april that the company has received more than 1.4 million subscribers in the U.S. during the same period.Netflix has today three-quarters of the total market for streaming services in the united states and is expected to grow significantly in the years to come, particularly outside the U.S. where the company has rolled out its services in over 190 countries.Next month is expected Netflix launch that the company achieved 100 million subscribers on a global basis.
"Se niin sanottu viimeinen kilometri on verkkokaupassa kaikkein tärkein ja vaikein asia ratkaista", sanoo Keskon pääjohtaja Mikko Helander.Kesko uskoo vahvasti siihen, että se voi kasvaa aiempaa suuremmaksi päivittäistavarakauppiaaksi panostamalla ruuan verkkokauppaan.Pilottiversio on kaikessa hiljaisuudessa otettu käyttöön Espoon Isossa Omenassa ja Helsingin Itäkeskuksen Citymarketissa."Suurin muutos aikaisempaan on se, että pyrimme tarjoamaan ison ruokakaupan laajan valikoiman verkkokauppa-asiakkaille", sanoo Keskon pääjohtaja Mikko Helander.Hän arvioi, että verkkokaupan valikoimassa voi olla hyvinkin yli 20 000 tuotetta eli lähes saman verran kuin suuressa citymarketissa.Haasteellinen kohta liittyy siihen kuinka asiakkaan tilaama ruokakassi toimitetaan perille kotiin.
Southampton FC has created an animated miniseries as part of its marketing around its new Under Armour kits for the 2017/18 season.The Premier League club’s new kits have taken inspiration from 1980-1983 seasons worn by club legends such as Kevin Keegan and Mick Channon.In the build-up to tomorrow’s (17 June) unveiling of the new home and away kits, Southampton FC created an animated short in the style of 80s classics such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Real Ghostbusters.The cartoon features voiceovers from Southampton players Manolo Gabbiadini, Ryan Bertrand, Fraser Forster and Maya Yoshida and shows the players using their powers to rescue stolen designs of the kit.The first film was launched this week and the second part will be released on the club’s YouTube channel tomorrow, when fans can begin pre-ordering the new kits.David Thomas, commercial director of Southampton FC, said: “We wanted to combine the innovative nature of our partnership with Under Armour with a tongue-in-cheek nod to the match day heroics of our first team squad.
Developers are finally shipping their long-awaited gamesVideo games, no matter the size, take time to make, more than the average player probably realizes.The third game in Microsoft’s over-the-top GTA style franchise has suffered delays ever since, which may have been caused likely by its ambitious “everything you see is destructible” game mode.Moon Studios announced Ori and the Will of the Wisps, a sequel to its dazzling 2015 game Ori and the Blind Forest.New IPs often hark back to existing franchises in terms of mechanics, style, and even setting.When Code Vein was first teased by Bandai Namco, we instantly likened it to the Dark Souls series, which the studio publishes.
Sources claim that an under-the-radar Apple team are negotiating with developers and hospitals to put all of your medical information into one place: the iPhone.CNBC says it has learned such a secretive team and project exist, with the aim of making your phone a one-stop-shop for all of your medical data, from lab results to allergy lists:"CNBC has learned that a secretive team within Apple's growing health unit unit has been in talks with developers, hospitals, and other industry groups about bringing clinical data to the iPhone."The report claims that Apple is nosing around for cloud hosting start-ups relating to this initiative, suggesting that Apple are exploring the feature of backing up your medical information via the cloud.Apple are also said to be in talks with various health IT industries, including "The Argonaut Project" that promotes the adoption of open standards for health information.Health features in Apple products have, more often than not, focused on wellness and fitness, from the release of HealthKit in 2014 to fitness-related features on the Apple Watch 2.
It is in Spotify's recently published annual report that they are somewhat sensational, the data revealed.Spotify's own auditor Aine Hearty, flag in its examination of the accounts that there have been errors in the company's accounts in previous years.In the note 4 with the title “Correction of errors”, it transpires that Spotify in the quiet had to do on its financial statements for both 2014 and 2015.It is about significant changes.After that Spotify fixed their own financial statements increased net loss these two years with 837 million.For 2015, landed the kitty on the 604 million and in 2014 increased the net loss of 233 million as a direct result of räknefelen.
The rise of social media has thrust personal branding into the mainstream.And while many celebrities have been born on consumer platforms like Instagram or YouTube, and others, like, say, President Trump, thrive on Twitter, in the advertising business, the place to shout "I'm a thought leader" is LinkedIn.Once a place to professionally network, LinkedIn has evolved into a vehicle for marketing execs to weigh in on the hottest industry topics du jour in blog posts, self-promote and even dish out advice on entrepreneurship in their status updates.The gold rush for personal fame on LinkedIn can, in part, be attributed to LinkedIn’s own evolution as a platform."One of the reasons I like LinkedIn is because it is a broader audience, I’m interested in business in general, not necessarily just advertising," Sable told Business Insider."I’m always learning from people’s responses–it’s interesting to read comments and see what people respond to."
Wisconsin appears to be hankering for a hunk of the gadget-making industry.The cheese state is in talks with Apple supplier Foxconn to open a plant in Wisconsin, the Associate Press reported Wednesday, citing an unnamed source with direct knowledge of the negotiations.The plant would be the first in the US for Foxconn, a Taiwanese company that assembles iPhones and other electronics.Michigan is also pursuing the plant, which would employ thousands, the AP reported.Foxconn told The Wall Street Journal late last year that it was considering a stateside plant.President Donald Trump may have alluded to the negotiations during a visit to Milwaukee Tuesday when he reportedly said Gov.
OpenAI and Google DeepMind tackle security concerns with development of new machine learning algorithm.The two companies have produced an algorithm that learns from human feedback, providing a more reliable machine learning process.The move comes after concerns over the rise of AI highlighted by tech luminaries such as Bill Gates, Elon Musk, and even Stephen Hawking weighing in on the need for securer machine learning platforms.OpenAI and DeepMind have sought to develop a process that will help to make AI safer to use and more easily trainable.They have achieved this through ‘reinforcement learning’, strengthening the intelligence of the algorithm through several stages of human engagement.The process involves the algorithm completing tasks within a particular environment whilst participants provide responses which are fed back to the machine.
Of all the social networks, Instagram stands out as the place to show off your most idealized life.But look more closely, and you'll spot a dissonance present in those pristine posts when you scrutinize them—that low-fat granola bar looks too sumptuous, those expensive designer sunglasses worn too coolly (and yet still front-and-center!)Now, Instagram is working to better distinguish a good old-fashioned filtered ’gram from a glossy sponsorship with a new "branded content tool" it’s unveiling today.“A healthy community should be open and consistent about paid partnerships,” the company said in a blog post.Otherwise, you end up with the embarrassing debacle of the Fyre Festival, in which 400 Instagram influencers hyped up the purported luxury music and beach-glamping extravaganza only to subject attendees on the day of the event to dirt fields, soggy tents, and sad folding chairs.Clarifying who is getting paid to post will help Instagram itself from losing its gloss when influencers go bad.
Ten years ago, Jeffrey Adams, a mathematician at the University of Maryland, made an appearance in The New York Times that prompted a series of angry emails.His correspondents all wanted to know one thing: “Who the hell do you think you are?”Who Adams is is the leader of a cutting-edge mathematical research project called the Atlas of Lie Groups and Representations.Lie groups are used to map the inner machinery of multidimensional symmetrical objects, and they’re important because symmetry underpins far-flung mathematical concepts, from a third-grade number line to many-dimensional string theory.You’d think that cracking the code on these fundamental mathematical ideas would be a big deal.The success of the atlas project poses a tough math problem of a different kind: What should math’s relationship be with the broader, non-expert public?
It looks like the Galaxy Note 8 will hit the market before the iPhone 8, a new report claims, reaffirming what was already said in recent rumors.Even though some of the earlier Galaxy Note 8 leaks said that Samsung might delay the phone’s launch, more and more reports now paint a different picture.Samsung may stick to its usual Galaxy Note 8 schedule, and unveil the phone at IFA 2017, the popular German tech show held in Berlin every year in early September.After all, it was at IFA that Samsung introduced to the world the first Galaxy Note smartphone a few years ago, effectively becoming the first company to do phablets right.Earlier this year, IFA Executive Director Jens Heithhecker told reporters that he’d like to see the Galaxy Note 8 return to the show.According to SamMobile’s sources, Samsung is considering IFA 2017 as a potential launch venue for the Galaxy Note 8, although the company may share some details sooner than that.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–June 14, 2017–Seven Bridges, the biomedical data analysis company, today announced that Michael Hultner, PhD, Chief Strategy Officer of Seven Bridges, will present on a panel addressing Software-Defined Science: Case Studies In Applied Data/Analytics at the Cowen and Company FutureHealth Conference in San Francisco on June 21, 2017 at 2:30 p.m. PT.Seven Bridges is the biomedical data analysis company accelerating breakthroughs in genomics research for cancer, drug development and precision medicine.The scalable, cloud-based Seven Bridges Platform empowers rapid, collaborative analysis of millions of genomes in concert with other forms of biomedical data.Thousands of researchers in government, biotech, pharmaceutical and academic labs use Seven Bridges, including three of the largest genomics projects in the world: U.S. National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Genomics Cloud pilot, the Million Veteran Program, and Genomics England’s 100,000 Genomes Project.As the NIH’s only commercial Trusted Partner, Seven Bridges authenticates and authorizes access to one of the world’s largest cancer genomics dataset.