Gen. R. E. Lee wrote:the whole cruise branding thing is very confusing imho i thought this was something elseIt's cruise because their shorting it from cruise control.
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Subaru talked a bit about the limited-edition Series.Gray WRX and WRX STI models when it announced the official pricing for all WRX models last month.We didn’t have any images or much in the way of details on these limited-edition rides at that time.Subaru has given up all the details of the Series.Gray cars at Boxerfest in Washington D.C.What we already knew of availability was confirmed again, there will be 750 Series.Gray WRX and 250 WRX STI cars offered with both landing at dealers this fall.The WRX version is offered with a 6-speed manual only and has exclusive crystal black silica badging.The car is based on WRX Premium and has the Performance Packaged with Ultrasuede-trimmed Recaro seats, 8-way power driver’s seat, JURID front brake pads, and a moonroof delete.
Last year was the premiere of the Nests Sverigesatsning, then we got to see the company's ip cameras and smart röksensorer land in popular shops like Clas Ohlson and Elgiganten.Now it is the front door that should be secured.The connected doorbell Nest Hello launched today in selected markets, and Sweden is one of them.A built-in hd camera with night vision and a 160 degree diagonal field of view built-in the doorbell, as in the Nest app shows who is at the door and want to check.the Big test: 16 ip-cameras that keeps track where you are notthe Device is adorned by ljusring around the call-on button, which shows the client where to tap, you will be notified about the presence.
You'll be able to watch the World Cup in 4K HDR thanks to the BBC and its iPlayer platform.It's a limited trial run, meaning that it'll be serving up the Ultra HD football streams to a select number of viewers.All 29 of the matches the BBC is broadcasting will be available in 4K, with the broadcaster hoping to deliver “tens of thousands” of high-resolution streams.Though 4K screens in homes aren’t quite as common as HD ones, there may still be some viewers left without access to the UHD content.“The BBC has brought major live broadcasting breakthroughs to UK audiences throughout the history of the World Cup,” said Matthew Postgate, BBC Chief Technology & Product Officer.“From the very first tournament on TV in 1954 and England’s finest hour in 1966, to the first colour World Cup in 1970 and full HD in 2006.
Det amerikanska läkemedelsverket FDA har godkänt ett AI-baserat system för att upptäcka frakturer i patienters handleder.Systemet kallas för OsteoDetect och AI:n är tränad för att upptäcka så kallade distala radiusfrakturer, det som vi vanligtvis kallas för handledsfrakturer eller handledsbrott.Tanken med systemet är inte att det ska ersätta läkare utan OsteoDetect ska istället användas som ett komplement när läkaren ställer sin diagnos.Tidigare i år har FDA bland annat godkänt AI-baserade system för att upptäcka ögonsjukdomar såväl som att upptäcka stroke-fall.Den distala radiusfrakturen, (även handledsfraktur eller handledsbrott) är ett benbrott som drabbar radius-benet i underarmen.Symptom vid fraktur är smärta, hematom (blåmärken), och snabbt isättande svullnad.
Apple may be rethinking their strategy when it comes to the display tech in future iPhones, according to a South Korean business publication.It’s Tuesday, May 29th, and the site Electronic Times claims that Apple is planning to put OLED displays in all of the new upcoming iPhone models.The news – or the “rumor” at least – immediately sent a ripple through the display industry, with shares of LCD panel maker Japan Display cratering 20 percent as markets opened.At this point, Apple frenemy and lawsuit dance partner Samsung, along with LG, are the only companies making OLED displays like those used in the iPhone Ten, which, so far, is the only iPhone with the cutting-edge display tech.However, Japan Display recently said they were hoping to start making OLED panels as well.Apple needs to keep it’s iPhones cutting-edge as the smartphone wars rage on, and the coveted OLED display is one way to do it, despite its higher cost.
Zound Industries, the colourful founder Konrad Bergström was today fired from the company he co-founded in 2008.According to the company, shall Bergström have leaked the sensitive data and trade secrets, write Breakit.Zound Industries ' CEO Pernilla Ekman says:"It's a boring situation but based on what has come to our attention, we are forced to take action.Konrads actions contrary to the Zounds values and code of conduct."the Conflict between Konrad Bergström and the other owners in the Zound Industries has been going on for a while.
AT and SK Telecom have jointly announced the launch of a new open infrastructure project called Airship, intended to simplify the process of deploying cloud infrastructure.Airship uses the OpenStack-Helm project as a foundation, building a collection of open source tools to allow operators, IT service providers or enterprise organizations to more easily deploy and manage OpenStack, focusing more specifically on container technologies like Kubernetes and Helm.The mission statement is a simple one; make it easier to more predictably build and manage cloud infrastructure.“Airship gives cloud operators a capability to manage sites at every stage from creation through all the updates, including baremetal installation, OpenStack creation, configuration changes and OpenStack upgrades,” SK Telecom said in a statement.“It does all this through a unified, declarative, fully containerized, and cloud-native platform.”The initial focus of this project is the implementation of a declarative platform to introduce OpenStack on Kubernetes (OOK) and the lifecycle management of the resulting cloud, with the scale, speed, resiliency, flexibility, and operational predictability demanded of network clouds.
The Essential Phone 2, the proposed sequel to the ambitious modular smartphone by Android co-founder Andy Rubin, has reportedly been canceled.We were expecting a second-generation version of the original Essential Phone later this year, but development on it has ceased at the start-up, according to Bloomberg.The Essential Phone's one-and-done smartphone fate isn't a big surprise today.The company is said to have sold just 150,000 phones to date.That's not nearly enough to stay afloat.There are other options: Essential is said to have shifted resources to its upcoming smart home product, on track to launch by 2019.
The oft-delayed Verizon TV streaming service is likely not going to happen.Verizon’s CEO said that the company is moving on from the concept to a different strategy.The likely reasoning for the change is that Verizon is too late to the game, as competitors already dominate the market.For over a year now, there’s been discussion of a Verizon TV streaming service to compete with Dish’s Sling TV, AT’s DirecTV Now, Google’s YouTube TV, and Sony’s PlayStation Vue.The oft-delayed service was last reported to be landing sometime this year, but now it looks like Verizon TV (or whatever it would have been called) is dead in the water.This information comes from a video interview Verizon’s CEO Lowell McAdam gave to Yahoo Finance earlier this week (Verizon owns Yahoo).
The Founder Institute, the world's premier idea-stage accelerator and startup launch program, has helped more than 100 new technology companies launch in our New York City chapter in just over 5 years.Since its launch in 2009, FI has contributed greatly to the local startup ecosystem while providing mentorship from some of the top entrepreneurs in the technology industry.Applications are currently open for the Spring 2016 semester of the New York Founder Institute.While all of the New York Founder Institute graduates are exceptional, there are a few who stand out.The graduates featured below have all achieved significant milestones in the past year, building meaningful and enduring technology companies aimed at improving the lives of people all over the world.CiviGuard is a reliable real-time service that lets organizations keep their people safe and connected after a disruption to operations.
Intelocate, a new startup out of Toronto, Canada ,recently won the prestigious ResolveTO's Pitch Competition Investment Prize of 100,000 dollars.The event is designed for enterprises and startups to get together, network, and innovate with one another.The event offers startups a chance to form partnerships, find financing, work on customer development, and attend seminars focusing on issues that matter most to startup companies.Intelocate was founded by Yulia Vasilyeva, a Graduate of the Toronto Founder institute.What Intelocate offers is a service that provides an easy-to-use execution and communication platform for multi-site businesses.Intelocate is a cloud-based system and mobile application that allows retailers to configure their own custom networks of vendor, sales, and brand associates to simplify executing big projects in the retail channel.
Huawei is reportedly working with display maker BOE to bring a foldable smartphone to market.The display brand is tipped to be working on four foldable phones from two companies.BOE is showing off a foldable phone and tablet at an industry expo this week.We’ve heard reports of Huawei’s foldable smartphone before, but now it seems the company is working with Chinese display manufacturer BOE to make it a reality.According to Korea’s ET News outlet (translated version), the two companies are working on a foldable smartphone with an 8-inch display.This comes just over a month after a previous report, which claimed Huawei was targeting a November launch in order to beat Samsung to the punch.
Samsung’s Exynos chips and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset are expected to make use of the smaller manufacturing process.The company is also targeting 3nm chips, with a reported 2021 window for production to begin.The latest generation of mobile chips are sticking to the 10nm manufacturing process, but Samsung says it’s ready to produce even smaller 7nm LPP (low power plus) chips in the second half of 2018.The company made the announcement at its annual Samsung Foundry Forum, saying that the 7nm chips would be the first to use a so-called EUV lithography solution.Samsung added that “key IPs” (presumably meaning processors for clients) were on course to be completed by the first half of 2019.Read more: Beyond 7nm – the race to 4nm is Samsung’s to lose
I januari introducerades Family Link i USA — en app som gör att föräldrar kan bli administratörer över barns mobiler.Nu är appen tillgänglig i Skandinavien.Föräldrar kan godkänna eller blockera de appar barnet försöker ladda hem, få aktivitetsrapporter om skärmtid, samt ange en tidsgräns för användandet.Det går även att fjärrlåsa enheten.Mer information finns på Googles hemsida för Family Link och appen kan laddas hem här.
A new CPU bug that shares a number of similarities with the Spectre and Meltdown exploits which came to light earlier this year, has been discovered.Termed the Speculative Store Bypass, it already has fixes and firmware updates that have been shipped out to OEMs to distribute, but there is some concern that the patches will impact processor performance when applied.Speculative Store Bypass is much closer in design to Spectre, in that it exploits the speculative aspect of modern CPUs which helps speed up certain calculations.As Microsoft and Google each discovered in their research though, that speculation is vulnerable to exterior attack and can be exploited to steal data and personal information from a system’s user.With that in mind, new fixes are being developed that will shut down that functionality in affected processors, but as a result, some calculations will take longer to complete — and in some cases, that impact can be significant.Although the firmware updates are seen as somewhat unnecessary, as earlier improvements to CPU security to prevent against Spectre should provide adequate protection against the new exploit, Intel has provided a full mitigation firmware update as well.
The UK Parliament on Tuesday published a list of over 50 points it wants the European Parliament to quiz Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on when he gives evidence later in the day.Zuckerberg is set to talk to lawmakers in Brussels where he will be quizzed over Facebook's role in foreign elections in a meeting that will be streamed live on the European Parliament's website.The Facebook chief agreed to the meeting last week, at the same as rejecting an invitation -- one of several he has now snubbed -- to appear before Parliament in the UK.Zuckerberg previously sent Facebook's CTO Mike Schroepfer to London in his place to give evidence to Parliament's Digital Culture Media and Sport Committee, which is currently investigating the problem of fake news.But British politicians found Schroefper's answers to their questions to be lacking in depth and accuracy.Facebook followed up with written answers to the committee's outstanding questions, but they were still deemed unsatisfactory.
The Instant Pot Community is the official, company-sanctioned Facebook page of the electric pressure cooker.There are a little more than 1.4 million members, and the number keeps growing.Eleven moderators are the gatekeepers; you have to request to join the Instant Pot Community and answer a few questions about what you'd like to get out of membership.Any posts you write have to get a once-over from the moderators, as well.I had been a member of this Facebook group for several weeks by the time Easter weekend approached.They're an easy dish to make in the cooker -- you just add some water, put your eggs on a trivet and let them cook under pressure.
Cloud cryptojacking is rampant, warns RedLockA quarter of all businesses are suffering from cloud “cryptojacking”, according to new research from information security company RedLock this week, with their computing resources being hijacked to mine cryptocurrencies.The cloud security specialists advised businesses to implement a ‘deny all’ default outbound firewall policy and closely monitor network security to stay ahead of suspicious traffic involving cryptomining activity.Chris Doman, security researcher at AlienVault told Computer Business Review: “Most of these attacks are opportunistic – the attackers scan the internet for vulnerable systems in any environment, many of which are with cloud providers”.The report comes after RedLock also found that poor cloud storage configuration is rampant, 51 percent of businesses including names like Deep Root Analytics, FedEx and Under Armour all having inadvertently exposed at least one cloud storage service.In a past report, RedLock also discovered specific hacker infiltrations in Tesla, Aviva and Gemalto public cloud environments to mine cryptocurrency and there is evidence that attackers are now using advanced intrusion schemes.