the Weekend's rocket launch sent up 10 satellites in orbit for telecommunications company Iridium's behalf.SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket managed to drop off its cargo and then land correctly on a waiting drönarfartyg.SapceX have a contract to deliver a further 70 satellites year Iridium over the next two years.In the video below you can follow the entire launch.According to The Verge is now the cause of last year's explosion in connection with the launch of a Falcon9 rocket is now fixed.A reaction in the vehicle tank for liquid oxygen appears to have caused the damage to the rocket heliumbehållare - which is used to distribute the pressure.
Mashable kicked off the year by doing what we always do: Flying to Las Vegas and scouring CES, the year's largest tech show, for the latest gadgets and tech trends.On this week's MashTalk, Mashable Tech Editor Pete Pachal, Chief Correspondent Lance Ulanoff and yours truly recapped the best moments and tech products from CES.As expected, AI, dominated the show, with tons of new products adding Amazon Alexa support.The weirdest one might have been LG's Smart InstaView refrigerator.Do you really need Alexa in your fridge?Noteworthy appearances came from Faraday Future, which finally showed off its high-tech FF 91 and Toyota's Concept-i UX car with built-in Yui digital assistant.
An electric vehicle is really only as good as the charging network that supports it.After all, what use is all that energy efficiency and environment friendliness if you run out of charge in the middle of your trip with no charger in sight.That is why Tesla is investing heavily in its Supercharging system, not just in infrastructure and efficiency but also in its accessibility for Tesla EV owners.The latter apparently means giving brand new owners some free kWh every year on the birthday of their car s delivery some free Supercharging credits.All new owners of Model S and Model X electric vehicles purchased after 15th January will get 400 kWh of free Supercharging credits.That will renew annually on the date of the car s delivery.
Doogee sent over some details of its first dual camera phone this morning, and it has me wonder if this is good news or not?First of all, the Doogee Shoot 1 is Doogee s first dual camera smartphone and from my recollection, it is also the first camera-centric handset from the KVD owned phone maker.We re seeing plenty of smaller Chinese brands announced dual camera phones over the past few months, and like them, Doogee s rear cameras are designed specifically to offer more depth to images by i.e.The idea being the main 13 mega-pixel Samsung sensor takes care of the main image while the secondary 8 mega-pixel sensor deals with the blurred background.Actually, the 13MP 8MP dual rear camera configuration is actually way above what similar brands are offering, but what has us worried is the claimed lightweight of the phone.In Doogee s latest post they claim that the Shoot 1 will weigh just 165g which equals 28 1 Yuan coins and is just 300g heavier than a wrist watch.But will this lightweight equal lower quality materials and build quality?Has Doogee managed to retain such a featherweight with lower quality materials?In Doogee s defence, they have admitted that their Shoot 1 phone might not feel premium, but the materials they have chosen plastic are of a high quality to retain a decent build while maintaining a low price.More importantly for some customers the use of plastic also means a lower retail price meaning that rather high-end dual camera config can be had for only $99.99!The Doogee Shoot also features a front 8 mega-pixel camera, 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 FHD display, and 3300mAh battery.
Silicon Valley investor and Donald Trump transition team member Peter Thiel says Apple is past its peak.Here's what he said in a Q with Maureen Dowd of The New York Times when he was asked to confirm or deny that "the age of Apple is over.We know what a smartphone looks like and does. the fault of Tim Cook, but it s not an area where there will be
When you pick up a tomato at the grocery store, you might judge it on its ripeness.You can't tell much else just by looking at it.But the tomato has a whole backstory — from the vine it grew on to the CO2 it generated on the farm to the chemical treatments it received.The "Supermarket of the Future" wants to give you that backstory.In late December, a custom Coop supermarket designed by MIT's Senseable City Lab opened in Milan.Display screens in the produce aisles tell you about every item using augmented reality and sensors.Carlo Ratti, the director of MIT's Senseable City Lab and founding partner of the design firm Carlo Ratti Associati, led the project.He tells Business Insider that his firm plans to open more outside Italy in coming months.Take a look inside.
Julie Lythcott-Haims doesn't consider herself an expert on parenting, but she did write a book and give a TED talk about it.Lythcott-Haims, a former dean of freshman at Stanford University, is the author of "How to Raise an Adult," and gave the 2015 TED talk "How to raise successful kids — without over-parenting."In both, she argues that today's parents care too much about their kids' short-term happiness, rather than their long-term maturity.Her remedies: She says parents should be authoritative but not authoritarian.She's a vocal champion for chores.And she urges parents not to rob their kids of the chance to fail.You can watch Lythcott-Haims' full talk here, but here are the main points.
In the hours since a private firm s intelligence document leaked to the web, alleging 35 pages of President-elect Donald Trump s dirty laundry—complete with corrupt ties to Russian officials, blackmail, and bodily fluids—Twitter, Facebook, and cable news have become a feeding frenzy.But former intelligence agents see it differently: To borrow the phrase often applied to Trump himself, they re taking it seriously, not literally.The document includes reports from unnamed sources claiming that the Kremlin has cultivated Trump as a Putin-friendly politician for the last half decade, recorded him in blackmail-worthy perverted sexual acts, and made secret deals with his campaign to exchange information.While Buzzfeed acknowledges that the document is unverified, it says it decided to publish it so that Americans can make up their own minds about allegations about the president-elect that have circulated at the highest levels of the US government.At the very least, the document is no hoax: According to CNN and the Guardian, senior intelligence officials presented a two-page summary of its contents to both Trump and President Obama.But those who spent their careers in the intelligence world are reading the report with more tempered skepticism, what ex-CIA analyst Patrick Skinner describes as interested caution.
EU-kommissionen vill stoppa nätjättar som Facebook, Apple, Google och Whatsapp från att utan användarnas godkännande spåra deras rörelser och skicka riktad reklam.Förslaget innebär att kommissionens redan ansträngda förhållande till de amerikanska bolagen försämras ytterligare.Kommissionen är i jättebråk med Apple om skatter på Irland och med Google gäller tvisten både skatter och sökjättens dominans.I det senaste förslaget ger sig kommissionen på nätjättarnas meddelande- och mejltjänster som man anser bör regleras hårdare.Bolagen måste garantera användarnas sekretess och spårning i syfte att skicka riktad reklam ska bara få förekomma efter användarnas medgivande.Grundinställningarna i alla programvaror ska enligt förslaget vara nej till spårning/reklam och nej till så kallade kakor.
The enhanced browser offers boosted security and content recommendation featuresOnline artificial intelligence AI based service provider Yandex has tweaked its Browser for macOS software to bring improved security and content recommendation features.Yandex Browser for macOS now sports a fresh users interface and a turbo mode to speed up browsing, as well as enhanced AI features including advert blocking.While macOS has its own native browser Safari, the Yandex browser offers AI smarts that others supported by macOS are found wanting.The software smart offer the ability to learn what a user is interacting with and their browsing habits and surface information relevant to their activities.The AI algorithms in Browser for macOS also trawl through millions of safe and dangerous websites to learn to spot the malicious ones from the good sites and help better alert users when they point the browser to a dodgy website.
We could identify exactly how and when they would move to the next stage of the buying cycle and what triggered that behavior.Here s a close look at the shift from the linear customer journey, and the new model that will be guiding your marketing efforts:Even though digital advertisements, search and social media have been around for many years, few marketers have been able to identify the exact triggers that prompt a purchase for any given sale.We look at metrics and identify patterns of behavior — certain keywords whose search results often lead to purchases, ads that get more clicks than others, certain status updates that get more engagement than others — and we turn to science and predictive models to calculate which types of ads and content will be most effective.Customers now have the opportunity to interact with brands and companies directly, send messages via Facebook, participate in online contests and share their interests and reviews of products on social media.They re now bombarded with advertisements and messaging from several channels and platforms instead of just one.
View photosMoreThe logo of Microsoft is pictured in Issy-les-Moulineaux, France, August 8, 2016.TEL AVIV Reuters - The venture arms of Microsoft and Qualcomm have invested in Team8, an Israeli creator of cybersecurity start-ups, as big multinational companies get behind Israel's burgeoning cyber industry in the face of growing threats.Team8, which also announced on Monday a strategic partnership with Citi to help develop its products, said the most recent investment brings its total raised to more than $92 million.Its other investors are Cisco, AT, Accenture, Nokia, Singapore's Temasek, Japan's Mitsui, Bessemer Venture Partners, Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt's Innovation Endeavors and Marker LLC.While the number of attempted cyber attacks was 20,000 a week two or three years ago, that figure had now risen to 600,000-700,000, said Yoram Yaacovi, general manger of Microsoft Israel's development centre.Israel has some 450 cyber start-ups, which receive 20 percent of global investment in the sector.
Want to know how to make a lot of money?This might sound mad but actually it s a tried and true strategy that has been a hallmark of business since time immemorial.Just think about Starbucks – often you ll pass one of their stores and find they re passing out tasters of their various coffees or cakes.Of course the reasoning behind this is that you ll be able to see how delicious they are and then in future you ll think about visiting.In other words, they are demonstrating their value to you so that you ll be more interested in going in in future.Why This Plan is Just Crazy Enough to Work The thing is, we re used now to getting free content when we visit websites.
Karthik Suroju s journey as an email marketer at Newton—just about the cleanest, most zen email platform you ll ever fall in love with, btw—has led him to become a full believer in the power of the plain text email.
For everyday manufactures Jonte Knif and his brother mastringseffekter, amplifiers and kanalstrippar in the higher quality division.the Brothers Knif and their businesses are in Espoo in Finland.But Jonte Knif designs and builds small series of synthesizers, which may be said to be something of the christmas lights.the Knifonium is a monophonic synthesizer in the so-called Steampunk-style specialbyggs on the order and among other things is equipped with several different filters, ringmodulatorer and, of course, keys with pärlemorinläggning.you can Now find your IT skills in theMonsterinstrumentet built by hand and has, for example, 25 tubes inside for the right and warm retrosoundet.
Fishing has never sounded particularly enticing to me, but PowerVision s new underwater drone certainly fires me with enthusiasm.Unveiled at CES this week, the PowerRay is a submersible robot that uses sonar technology and internal fish luring lights to detect and attract fish up to 30 meters under water.Designed to redefine recreational fishing, the drone leverages its powerful fishfinder component to track down fish and film it in 4K.The device is also equipped with a Wi-Fi connection which lets you beam video and images captured on its integrated camera straight to your smartphone via its dedicated app for iOS and Android.What is even more impressive about the PowerRay is that it also supports integration with virtual reality.PowerVision has built a functionality that allows users to pair the drone with the company s VR goggles for a more immersive experience.
Look, we ve been a little amped about Acer s absurd curved display laptop, the Predator 21-X.It has a stupid name, isn t practical or reasonable, and if you have brittle bone disease it would probably destroy your lap.But it s also a laptop with a 21-inch curved display and goddammit that is as cool as it is stupid.It is also, we ve just learned, going to be very very expensive.As in it starts out at $9000.As in you could buy nine perfectly good laptops for the same price as one Acer Predator 21-X.
Last summer, we first tipped you off to the Roost Smart Water and Freeze Detector, a smart-home device that helps you and the planet save water and money.And now, at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Roost has announced that its eco-friendly device is finally available for pre-order.If you head over to GetRoost.com, you ll be able to place a request for one of these detectors for $50.And given that Roost claims this gadget could help save homeowners and insurance companies more than $8 billion a year in potential water losses and related claims payments, that price sounds like quite a bargain.While Roost has been in the smart-home space for some time with its Smart Battery and Smart Smoke Alarms, both meant to protect you from fires , the company is expanding its product offerings and casting a wide net when it comes to its Wi-Fi-enabled product line.More: The Helixot backpack isn t just waterproof, it s fully submersible
A Vermont electric utility found code connected with the alleged Russian hacking campaign on its networkhacking with a laptop in hotel roomA utility in the US state of Vermont has said it discovered malware connected with Russian hackers on one of its systems, a day after president Barack Obama expelled diplomats and shuttered facilities in retaliation for alleged Russian hacking during the election.Burlington Electric said it had found the malware on a laptop not connected to grid systems after the Department of Homeland Security DHS provided it and other utilities with the signatures of code used in Grizzly Steppe, the DHS term for a hacking campaign it says was organised by Russian authorities. We detected the malware in a single Burlington Electric Department laptop not connected to our organization s grid systems, the utility stated.Vermont public service commissioner Christopher Recchia added that the malware did not pose any immediate threat.
She was previously listed in stable condition, with her brother reporting that she was out of emergency to the Associated Press on Friday evening.While there has been a lot of growth like the rise of Facebook Live, the popularity of AI assistants like Google Home and Amazon s Alexa, and advances in the self-driving market — we re taking a look at some events and products that didn t have such a grand time in no particular order .As the fastest-growing app of all-time, it s no surprise that fans have taken their enthusiasm for Super Mario Run to the streets — quite literally in the case of YouTuber Devin Super Tramp.sees a real-life Mario impersonator run, jump, and roll his way to saving Princess Peach from a dubious gang of Shy Guys.The gadget paradise CES comes to Las Vegas every January for just four short days.And biggest or not, it s certainly enormous: CES 2016 saw 177,393 attendees and spanned 2.47 million net square feet of exhibit space.