Oukitel is officially working on a phone that will sport a dual camera setup.It will be called Oukitel U20 Plus and here s what it ll look like.As many of you know, the dual camera configuration is really trending lately and we ve seen different brands going with it: Huawei, LG, HTC, Apple and Xiaomi.Now it appears to be Oukitel s turn to produce a smartphone with two rear cameras, while trying to keep the prices low.The Oukitel U20 Plus will pack a 13.0MP SONY IMX135 sensor shooter as primary camera, we still aren t aware of the secondary camera but it could be the same one.These two cameras will be able to produce a DSLR-like experience with brighter and clearer photos, according to the maker.On the Oukitel U20 Plus you ll also find the latest fingerprint scanner with the goal of improving unlock speed and accuracy.Oukitel will also add some features for the fingerprint scanner, for example it ll behave differently if you long press it or just tap it.The phone comes with a 5.5-inch Full HD display produced by Sharp, this should allow you to better appreciate the photos you ve previously taken.We still aren t aware of all the other hardware details but it ll be officially announced on Oukitel s official website by next week, later in the month it ll go on sale.
If your holiday gift buying includes several people who love music, Altec Lansing is hoping to catch your eye with a volley of new audio products it unleashed today.With the most expensive product priced at $150 and the cheapest at $30, a fairly wide range of use cases and price points is covered.The first two products are the latest in Altec Lansing s everything-proof line of Bluetooth speakers, the Life Jacket 3 and Mini Life Jacket 3.Both are IP67-certified waterproof, shockproof, and dustproof.Both models claim a range of up to 50 feet, around 20 feet further than the standard range found in most Bluetooth speakers.The Life Jacket 3 is available in cool grey and cobalt blue color schemes, while the Mini is available in many more, including aqua blue, green, deep red, and black.
The PlayStation 4 Pro definitely looks the part of being a high-end games console.It s about the same size as the original PS4 and a little bit taller, as visibly demonstrated by that triple-decker design.It s heavier too, a lot heavier, so don t go leaping in and thinking you can just haul it out of the box with ease.On the front you ll find the optical disc drive, two physical buttons and two USB ports.On the back you ll find a HDMI port, Optical Out, PlayStation Camera Port, USB and LAN.Inside there s a 1TB hard-drive, a welcome boost considering the average game these days will set you back between 40-60GB in size.
Like many leaders in Silicon Valley, Box CEO Aaron Levie was a vocal supporter of Secretary Clinton.We sat down with Levie for an interview at Box headquarters in Redwood City.While it s difficult to know what the capricious Trump will actually do, Levie talked about what to expect on immigration, privacy and regulation.It s necessary to ensure that we protect the values that we know are incredibly important to our ability to having a thriving economy, said Levie.At this point, our only option is to move forward in a productive way, to make sure we do come up with productive solutions.Trump has changed his mind several times about the H-1B program, which allows high-skilled workers like engineers to come here on non-immigrant visas.
Since joining, she s helped grow the service from eight million college and high school kids to over one billion people worldwide.When asked her advice on how to start out in the biz, Julie replied:The best advice I have is just to do more.Nothing beats getting your hands dirty and just designing, making, building, crafting, tweaking, you get the ideaAnd don t be afraid to simply try….Try designing a logo, try to design an interactive UI using a new design tool… Figure out what you like and what you re good at.
The Wyoming facility is to rely entirely on energy from three nearby wind projectsMicrosoft has said a data centre it operates in Cheyenne, Wyoming, will be powered entirely by wind energy following its purchase of 237 megawatts of wind power, the company s largest such buy to date.The facility, used to help power cloud-based services including Microsoft s Azure cloud platform, will use 178 megawatts from the Bloom Wind Project in Kansas and another 59 megawatts from the Happy Jack and Silver Sage wind farms in Wyoming, Microsoft said. The combined output of the Bloom and Happy Jack/Silver Sage projects will produce enough energy on an annual basis to cover the energy used at the datacenter, said Brad Smith, Microsoft s president and chief legal officer.The company said the way it structured the purchases could set a precedent making future large renewable energy deals easier to carry out.For the Bloom purchase, Microsoft contracted with Allianz Risk Transfer ART , which in May announced a financial instrument intended to offer Bloom stable long-term revenues to offset its high up-front costs.Microsoft said it is the first buyer in the ART arrangement.
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One of the wildest things that happens in nature is caterpillars go to sleep one day and then transform into a damn butterfly after a month.I thought that as a kid, and I still think it now.Like, that s the closest thing we ve got to actual sorcery on Earth.But it s just an egg turning into a larva to a pupa to a butterfly.Watch as David Attenborough explain the process as only he can in this clip from Micro Monsters.Plus, you get to see super gnarly footage of the butterfly emerging from its chrysalis like some sort of hatching alien.
For marketers, Christmas isn t just one day a year — months of planning and weeks of meticulous optimization precede our celebration of the holiday season.For many retail businesses, it s sink or swim during the holiday season, and they are moving from the planning to implementation phases of the holiday season now, with Black Friday just a few weeks away.Even if you ve finished your holiday marketing plans through the end of the year, it s not too late to incorporate a few additional strategies this holiday season.Think holistically for holiday successConsumers touch multiple channels during the holiday shopping season, and part of what makes a world-class consumer experience is consistency across each of those touch points.If you haven t started to sync with your peers across other channels such as email, display, affiliates or social, then set up time on the calendar as soon as possible so you can create a cross-channel promotional calendar.
the Stock market in the US opened strongly when the FBI gave information about the Clinton e-mail.Now tremble the market in förhandeln.Several important vågmästarstater – like Florida – look at the time of writing out to lean to Donald Trump, according to american media such as CNN.A victory for Donald Trump in the presidential election may result in significant turbulence in the stock markets.stock markets in the U.S. are closed, but in förhandeln falling prices, reports Bloomberg, in an article updated at 03:25 during the night of the election.the Market has made it clear on Monday that it wants to see Hillary win the election, and all indications during the night that it can go the other way puts pressure on the market.
A scientist s performance is often judged on two factors: productivity, as measured through the number of publications; and impact, as indicated by the number of times those papers are cited.It's generally thought that impact peaks early in a scientist's career, while having a mature, established research program boosts productivity.But little is actually known about how productivity and impact evolve over time.In a recent investigation published in Science, people actually looked at how these measures change throughout the course of a scientist s career, finding that our assumptions aren't always well founded.The impact was captured by the total number of citations 10 years after publication.The team also grouped the scientists based on their peak impact, regardless of when it occurred: high maximum impact top 5 percent , low maximum impact bottom 20 percent , and medium maximum impact middle 75 percent .
The iconic Vespa scooter will soon be available as an electric offering, with maker Piaggio Group revealing earlier today the new Vespa Elettrica.Unfortunately, the company hasn t offered many details about the upcoming model; this announcement instead concerns itself with confirmation that yes, it really is happening.The Elettrica model features the classic Vespa look, but with a modern light blue stripe accenting the design.Piaggio Group announced the upcoming scooter model at Eicma 2016 alongside some other Vespa models, including the Vespa RED, as well as some motorcycles like the Moto Guzzi V7III.The Vespa Elettrica is an all-electric model with a silver body and a bright, light blue accent stripe that hints at the model s electric nature.The scooter is a concept at this point, with Piaggio saying it is looking for advanced industry players to help it develop the final form.
But when the government needs just one night to count more than 100 million ballots—in 2012, total voter turnout was just over 129 million—people might wonder how it did the job accurately.But when it comes to tallying who won the popular vote, you don t need a crack team of high-speed ballot counters.Like many aspects of the electoral system, ballot counting and reporting processes vary widely by state, and sometimes by county.It is so variable, says Heather Gerken, a Yale Law School election law expert who was senior legal advisor to the 2008 and 2012 Obama for America campaigns.In some places like LA county, results are reported as one enormous county.But Maine has 533 separate units, and you used to have to call them all to find out what was happening.
The three-pronged Trident attack allowed oppressive regimes to spy on activist.Researchers have given more detail of the sophisticated spyware discovered in August which exploited three separate vulnerabilities in order to spy on iPhone users.The discovery of the flaws led to Apple quickly releasing a security update for iPhones and iPads, after the security researchers had discovered that vulnerabilities in the iOS operating system were being used by a nation state to spy on activists in the Middle East.The spying tools were discovered by security firm Lookout, which worked in conjunction with the University of Toronto's Citizen Lab to get to the bottom of who was behind the espionage software.This spyware was capable of completely compromising a target's phone, allowing those conducting the espionage to monitor and track every action on the device.In this case, the espionage tools were being used by actors -- likely to be associated with the United Arab Emirates government -- to attempt to spy on Ahmed Mansoor, a renowned human rights defender.
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Your browser does not support HTML5 videoPlayPausePlayPauseMute0%00:00 / 00:00FullscreenSmallscreen CloseEmbed Feed Founder of Defcon and Black hat Jeff Moss talks cyber security IBTimes UKTo continue providing news and award winning journalism, we rely on advertising revenue.He is a hacker, entrepreneur and cybersecurity adviser to the US government – all at once.Beer in hand, he takes half an hour from his schedule to chat about the conferences and why they remain unique – even as 'cyber' goes mainstream.It's part of manufacturing, part of automotive, part of safety, part of medical – it's part of everything and we can't prefix it all.Four years after founding Defcon, Black Hat emerged as an experimental enterprise-facing conference.
the Microsoft both browser continues to lose users at an insane pace in the latest survey from Net Applications.Microsoft Internet Explorer used to have over 90 percent market share among browsers.Today looks very different.In the Net Applications latest measurement is Internet Explorer and the company's new web browser Edge down to a total of 28.4 percent, down 2.3 percentage points from the month before.the Loss came not from the Google Chrome this time, but from the Mozilla Firefox browser, which in two months has risen almost four percentage points to 11.1 percent.Internet Explorer has a total of lost or 20.2 percentage points since the beginning of the year, and the loss shows no sign of slowing down.
Offline viewing could let users download shows to watch on-the-goNetflix could at last add the ability to download films and TV shows to watch later, according to someone high up in the company.The entertainment streaming service is considering an update to its offering that would include the much-desired ability to download TV shows and films and watch them at a later date or on-the-go.Ted Sarandos, the company's chief content officer, said Netflix is "looking at offline viewing now", but did not give any indication of when it might release the feature.But UK-based customers would be wise not to get too excited about the ability to watch Netflix programmes when on the move.Sarando dashed the hopes of many users that have been anticipating the feature for years when he suggested that it would be aimed at consumers in developing countries.
And it has taken the fight to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and now the Google Pixel.It looks good, ditches that awful sandstone back and doesn t take seemingly forever to charge.Even though we ve only had the OnePlus 3 in our pocket for a few months, our minds are already eagerly wondering about how the Chinese startup will improve with the OnePlus 4.The likely super-affordable follow up to the OnePlus 3, or the rumoured OnePlus 3TOnePlus 4 release date – when s it out?OnePlus 4 price – how much will it cost?
That bizarre scenario could take place for real, should the theorists behind the "IoT worm" concept be right about what depressing road our stupid connected smart technology is taking us down.A paper suggesting a massive chain reaction of tech failures is behind this latest bit of doom, with the authors using the Philips Hue smart lightbulb and the drone's ZigBee wireless system as their in -- and things progressing apocalyptically from there by using worms to infiltrate more devices, so that within minutes of a future attack the cash machines might stop working and everyone's looting JD Sports.They've put together a concept execution of an IoT drone attack:The idea behind the attack was to initiate a malicious firmware update of the Hue bulbs via drone, then use that to trigger blackouts or fire off DDoS attacks that could cripple a city -- letting bad people steal everything.Here they only hacked some bulbs to flash S.O.S.in morse code, with the hackers generously telling Philips about the vulnerability they used to crack the Hues rather than crashing the whole world.