Everett Enriquez

Everett Enriquez

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Sweden
Fidesmo slår samman funktionerna hos olika betalkort i ett gemensamt ”superkort”."Från början jobbade vi som ett konsultbolag inom Near Field Communication, NFC.Men 2014 började vi utveckla idén med ett kort för flera tjänster.Nu jobbar vi för att samla alla möjliga funktioner på en plats.Annars är det framför allt klockor som är intressanta”, förklarar Mattias Eld, medgrundare och vd på Fidesmo.Han jobbar på bolagets huvudkontor i Stockholm medan Fidesmos andra kvarvarande grundare, Miguel Cardo, är teknikchef vid bolagets andra utvecklingskontor i Madrid.
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4K Video Downloader does everything you could possibly want it to, and there are no catches.Download any video with ease.Downloads 4K and 360-degree videos.Downloads from YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion and moreAvailable for Windows, macOS and LinuxThe very idea behind YouTube is that visitors to the site – or users of the mobile app – watch videos online.
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Riksbyggen has previously used drones to inspect their facades and roofs.Now, shall ne'er be used in a new area, namely to create the 3D versions of the buildings.the Work of creating 3D models has already begun, in cooperation with the company Spotscale.the Idea is that the models, for example, to be able to be used for redevelopment because they are to scale and also shows exactly how the buildings and its surroundings look.The 3D images produced shall also be used to calculate the surfaces of, for example, the roof and the surroundings.They should also be able to be posted on the Riksbyggens website so that individuals can go in there and get a better picture of the areas.
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So ingrained (and derided) have autoplay video ads become that the leading browsers are cracking down.Apple is updating its Safari browser to block videos that play automatically with sound on and Google’s Chrome is expected to follow suit early next year when it starts filtering out ad formats that turn off users.The explosion in autoplay can be traced back to Facebook, which started autoplaying videos in its news feed in September 2013.Facebook also has heavily promoted video in its feed generally.Since then, the number of daily video views on Facebook has skyrocketed, reaching 8 billion daily video views in November 2015, the last number it made public, up from 4 billion in April 2015 (although it only counts views as 3 seconds or more).Now, 61 percent of video ads autostart in Chrome, the dominant browser (compared to 66 percent in Safari), according to JW Player.
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Google’s new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have become the go-to Android phones for those wanting the latest and greatest, and there’s more on offer than ever before.Android 8.0 Oreo is jam-packed with new features, to the point where it’s easy to overlook some of the more charming or useful additions for 2017’s flagships.Active Edge works if you have gloves on, too, so if you’re out skiing or just in inclement weather, you don’t have to worry about the Pixel 2’s touchscreen not recognizing your fingertips.After all, once you’ve seen how straightforward Apple’s W1 Bluetooth chipset makes pairing headphones with an iPhone or Mac, it’s almost painful to go through the old-school “searching for devices” process on other phones.It’s called Fast Pair, and it’s almost comically simple.Not every Bluetooth device will support Fast Pair: you need to look out for the Made for Google sticker on the box.
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We all have different ways we remember things.Some of us are the type of person to set a reminder, others have no problem committing things to memory, and some love to create lists.If you count yourself among the list lovers of the world, then it might be time to get an Alexa device.Today Amazon announced that it is significantly expanding Alexa’s list capabilities.Previously, the hard-working smart assistant was only able to keep To-Do and Shopping lists, but that all changes will a new update that’s rolling out now.Once this update has been applied, you’ll be able to create, manage, and recall lists of any variety.
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Google Lens is here and it promises to do no less than change the way you find information about the world around you.Announced in May by the world's biggest search engine, Lens lets you find details on different things in the real world by pointing your phone's camera at them.There's one hitch: the software only works -- at least for now -- on Google's new Pixel 2 phones, which hit store shelves on Thursday.Google Goggles, a visual search app for Android, was released in 2012 but hasn't been updated since 2014.Google Glass, also introduced in 2012, layered information and graphics over your eyes when you wore a headset, but the $1,500 device failed spectacularly before it left the prototype stage because people worried about privacy and piracy.Last week, Snapchat, which pioneered how teens and young adults currently use AR, unveiled Context Cards, a sort of visual search that links people with restaurant reviews or Lyft rides when they see an image in their snaps.
Sweden
Iphone 7 mer populär än Iphone 8, Google ska lära att ai att lära ett ai, och Huawei har presenterat sina flaggskepp.För några veckor sedan presenterade Apple sina nya Iphones.En av dessa var Iphone 8 som också finns tillgänglig i handeln nu.Det verkar däremot inte ha lyft för den nya telefonen.Enligt analysföretaget Keybanc Capital Markets säljer föregångaren Iphone 7 bättre än den nya Iphone 8 i USA.Keybanc hävdar att det beror på att Iphone 8 saknar avgörande förbättringar, skriver Reuters.
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Drones used to spot sharks on Australian beaches
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The Moto Z2 Force is really thin, with a fast processor and great battery life.It can survive drops without shattering.
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InvizBox, a small Irish company focused on building Wi-Fi routers with built-in Internet privacy, has successfully crowdfunded the next generation of its eponymous privacy platform.The InvizBox 2 and InvizBox 2 Pro are more than an evolution from the team's original product, which was an open source modification of the OpenWRT router code focused on use of the Tor anonymizing network.The InvizBox team is doing a livestream event today, despite the arrival in Ireland of Hurricane Ophelia—which has caused widespread closures of businesses in the country.But the project is already fully funded, which bodes well for delivery based on the team's previous track record.Working with an industrial design team in China, InvizBox has created a much more attractive privacy tool, both aesthetically and practically.The original InvizBox launched two years ago in response to the somewhat poorly conceived crowdfunding launch of another product aimed at Internet privacy.
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Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.And how to use it to your advantageOct 16, 2017 by Scott VaughanThe EU’s General Data Protection Regulation and Y2K share some surprising similarities.Columnist Scott Vaughan breaks them down and outlines four ways to prepare your organization for GDPR.Nanigans launches incrementality optimization & reporting solution
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Chinese phone manufacturer OnePlus said that it will review how it collects data from its users in a post on its official forum (which we fist saw reported by The Verge).Numerous complaints surfaced after a post that detailed how OnePlus was amassing data from its users prompted the company to change the way it approaches the issue.OnePlus will tweak its terms of service at the end of the month, and prompt users to opt-out of the data-collecting program if they wish to.Last week, independent software engineer Chris Moore found that OnePlus had been tracking a lot of information from his personal phone, and wrote a post on his blog to explain further.As Moore detailed, OnePlus had been gathering data such as his phone's IMEI, serial number, cellular number, MAC address, mobile network name, IMSI prefix, and wireless network ESSID and BSSID, and more.In his post on OnePlus' forum, cofounder Carl Pei said that the information was used to do things such as optimise the custom Oxygen OS operating system and offer better after-sale support, and noted that nothing was shared outside the firm.
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At the MarTech conference in Boston earlier this month, we unveiled the winners of The Stackies: Org Edition.After all, “org charts” have traditionally been considered confidential.But traditions don’t change easily, especially when legal and HR are involved.)However, I am immensely grateful that 275 marketing leaders participated in our marketing org study that we ran at the same time, where they could anonymously describe the structure of their marketing department — in quite some detail — especially with regard to marketing technology and marketing operations.One outcome of these reorganizations is that there is increasingly a “head of marketing technology” — 74.18% of our participants reported that they already have someone explicitly in charge of marketing technology or plan to have someone within the next 12 months.As a follow up, we then asked: in which department does the person in charge of marketing technology report?
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On Thursday, a US Food and Drug Administration review panel gave their stamp of approval to an experimental gene therapy for a rare inherited form of blindness.If ultimately approved by the agency, the technique would be the first gene therapy for an inherited disease approved in the United States—and a landmark in the field of biomedicine.The drug, Luxturna, from Spark Therapeutics, treats an inherited blindness condition known as Leber congenital aumaurosis—a condition triggered by mutations to the RPE65 gene.The drug works by delivering a correct copy of the RP65 gene to retinal cells, restoring a person’s ability to produce the deficient enzyme that causes the condition.In a key study of 21 patients, 11 patients who underwent the experimental treatment experienced significant vision improvement.A total of 93 per cent of participants experienced at least some improvement, with improvement measured by an ability to navigate obstacles under poor lighting conditions.
China
Zhou Bowen, an authoritative scientist in the artificial intelligence sector, joined e-commerce firm JD as vice president of JD Group.In his new role, Zhou will be responsible for businesses related to JD's AI research and platform unit.Zhou will directly report to JD Group's chairman and chief executive officer Liu Qiangdong.JD's AI research and platform unit will focus on AI algorithm innovation and expanding AI for retail infrastructures.Before joining JD, Zhou worked at IBM's New York headquarters as head of AI Foundations of IBM Research.As chief scientist of IBM Watson, Zhou was in charge of IBM Worldwide's strategy and implementation of basic research of artificial intelligence and deep learning.
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A high-ranking Department of Justice official took aim at encryption of consumer products today, saying that encryption creates "law-free zones" and should be scaled back by Apple and other tech companies.Instead of encryption that can't be broken, tech companies should implement "responsible encryption" that allows law enforcement to access data, he said.Rosenstein's speech makes several references to Apple, continuing a battle over encryption between Apple and the US government that goes back to the Obama administration.Today, thousands of seized devices sit in storage, impervious to search warrants.""When police cannot access evidence, crime cannot be solved.Separately, state lawmakers in New York and California have proposed legislation to prohibit the sale of smartphones with unbreakable encryption.
Finland
Vpn-palveluiden käyttäjä ei oikeasti pysty toimimaan täysin anonyymisti eikä ole lain kouran ulottumattomissa.Tämän sai huomata amerikkalaismies, jota syytettiin ex-kämppiksen vaanimisesta.PureVPN-palvelu lupaa, ettei se pidä lokeja käyttäjistään eikä tallenna tunnistustietoja.Tämä ei pidä paikkaansa, paljastaa The Register.Ainakin jonkinlaiset lokitiedot ovat olemassa ja niitä on käytetty rikoksesta syytetyn pidättämiseen.Yhdysvaltain liittovaltion keskusrikospoliisi FBI sai jäjitettyä palvelua käyttäneen miehen tekoset jälkeenpäin.
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Customer service guru Shep Hyken once commented, ‘customers want positive, consistent experiences.Consistency creates confidence, which can lead to retention and loyalty.’ For many, this would be considered the Nirvana of customer service.Sitting on the tarmac before take-off, he looked out the window and saw baggage handlers throwing guitars around — and when he arrived, his guitar was broken.It cost him $1,200 to fix his beloved instrument and the airline refused to pay, so he wrote a parody song, uploaded it to YouTube and it went viral.It was widely reported that within four weeks of it being posted online, the airline’s stock price fell 10 percent – costing stockholders about $180 million in value.Consumers will abandon a brand and take their money elsewhere if they continuously encounter a poor, impersonal or frustrating customer experience.
Sweden
On Tuesday announced the German matkassebolaget Hellofresh, with Northzones partner Jessica Schultz (former Nilsson) as one of the founders, that the company is preparing for a public listing on the frankfurt stock exchange.”A listing is the next logical step to continue growing our business, securing our position as the leading player globally, and follow our long-term growth strategy,” says Dominik Richter, ceo and co-founder of Hellofresh, in a press release.Read more: After the Hellofresh – looking Jessica Nilsson after the next e-handelsjätte”We have experienced rapid growth and has the strategic target to reach break-even at the corporate level in 15 months,” he continues.During the second quarter of 2017 delivered Hellofresh total 33,7 million meals to 1.3 million active customers.Revenues amounted to eur 230 million, corresponding to sek 2.2 billion during the quarter.
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