the Discussions about what spectrum will be made available for 5g is under way in the european union.at the same time, the EU-commission to the member states ' governments as far as possible, shall cooperate and create a single telecoms market.Their proposal is that the licenses for the wireless spectrum should amount to at least 25 years.thus, It is a proposal that a number of member states now are opposed, including France and Germany, writes Reuters.the telecom companies have long called for a more coordinated approach regarding the rules for spektrumlicenser.the Length of the agreements varies within the european union, which according to the companies makes it more difficult for them to operate their business in a larger scale and compete with american companies.
Humans have always been endlessly fascinated with our evolutionary history, and discovering a new species of human that once roamed the Earth is certainly cause for interest.When scientists announced the discovery of a tiny hobbit-like bipod called Homo floresiensis in Indonesia way back in 2003, they thought perhaps it was simply an evolutionary fork of the well-documented Homo erectus, but now they’re not so sure.New research by the Australian National University suggests that the “hobbits” evolved from a much earlier human species, painting an even more interesting picture of their existence.The study, which was published in the Journal of Human Evolution, ruled out a number of theories as to the origin of Homo floresiensis, including the possibility that it was simply a singular dramatic mutation of Homo sapiens.These ancient humans were extremely small compared to what we consider normal today, measuring only about three-and-a-half feet in height, which made determining their specific origin a matter of much scientific curiosityTo accomplish the task, researchers thoroughly studied the remains of florensiensis and were able to come up with 133 data points to compare with other known primitive human species.
Waystream, som utvecklar och säljer avancerad digital infrastruktur så som switchar och routrar för fiberbaserade bredbandsnät, har via sin partner Netnordic Solution AS i Norge fått en ny order gällande accessutrustning från bredbandsleverantören Homenet värd 1 miljon kronor.Homenet fokuserar på privatmarknaden och knyter samman över 55 000 kunder i fler än 90 orter från norr till söder.Homenet ägs av Broadnet AS som är Norges ledande leverantör av fiberbaserad datakommunikation för företag.I sin fortsatta expansion av fibernät samt uppgradering av deras befintliga nätverk har Homenet valt Waystreams switch ASR6000, med tillhörande SFP (mediakonverterare).Waystreams utrustning kommer att levereras omgående.– Homenet är en stor och trogen kund till oss och vi är självfallet mycket glada över att de fortsätter att investera i utbyggnad av sitt fibernätverk med hjälp av våra produkter.
Det handlar om John Fenwick och Michael Tela som ansluter.Duon är grundare till Skybox Imaging, en startup inom satellitbilder som köptes upp av Google 2014 och döptes om till Terra Bella.Som ett led i köpet övergick John Fenwick till att leda rymdverksamheten på Google, medan Michael Tela blev ansvarig för satellittekniken.Men nu ska de två alltså ha lämnat Google för Apple.Övergången skedde för några veckor sedan, enligt källor med insyn.Apple har avböjt att kommentera.
car manufacturer will be presented to the autumn products, which can in the future to observe the animal, brake, and possibly even dodge.”For a car manufacturer may develop a test track in cars with safety features challenging circumstances, such as in the dark, in the snow and in the freezing cold,” explains Digipoliksen development manager Seppo Ahola.This function in the car must be either character recognition or a temperature responsive emergency braking systems and collision avoidance systems.Block has a deer in appearance and size and warm.the Device is developed in the beginning of the year, and the device was tested on a commercial test track in Lapland at the end of march.He did not yet reveal who or how many car manufacturers in the autumn is included.
You can no longer get the device from Verizon, T-Mobile, or Sprint but you can get it from AT You can pick up a Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge in 32GB, 64GB, or a huge 128GB configurations, which are all available in White Pearl, Black Sapphire, Gold Platinum, and Blue Topaz.You can get the phone from some carriers, or from retailers like Best Buy and Staples.At AT the regular, 32GB Galaxy S6 starts at $16.17 a month on for 30 months, or $484.99 upfront, while the 32GB Galaxy S6 Edge starts at $30.50 per month for 30 months, or $914.99 upfront.We got our hands on both phones, and here’s what we think about the phones so far.A cool feature is you can color code your favorite contacts, and that color will appear on side of your phone when they call you.They are some of the most sleek looking phones in a long time, and that’s saying something considering the beauty that is the iPhone 6.
Call of Duty is returning to its roots as a World War II game.Activision and Sledgehammer Games confirmed today that Sledgehammer is working on Call of Duty: World War II for this year’s release in the top-selling series in the gaming industry.Activision will reveal more details in a 10 a.m. livestream on April 26.The stream will feature Sledgehammer Games co-studio heads and founders Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield.The news confirms a leak from a few weeks ago which show images from the game in a World War II setting.It so happens that Condrey and Schofield are speaking at our GamesBeat Summit 2017 event on May 1 in Berkeley, California.The move shows that Activision and its studios are clearly aware of the conflict between giving fans what they want and giving the creators some breathing room to avoid creative exhaustion for the annual billion-dollar franchise.Call of Duty games have sold more than 250 million copies since 2003, generating more than $15 billion in revenues.The series started out as a World War II game, inspired by rival Medal of Honor and films like Saving Private Ryan.
Wondering what all those people with VR glasses really see?Now you can find out for a crazy reasonable price when you hook your phone up to these Pasonomi VR Glasses, currently only $30 on Amazon.These glasses have T-shaped straps to adjust to any head size and work with all smartphones that have screens between 4.7 and 6 inches.The Pasonomi VR Glasses allow you to turn the screen of your smart phone into an elegant and customized cinema.The glasses are uniquely designed to keep you from feeling dizzy or tired, even after using them for long periods of time.They feature high-quality ABS and 42mm diameter spherical resin lens material, lowering the distortion to the minimum when magnifying the images and providing a wider viewing angle.
Hänen mukaansa kotimaisten vaihtoehtojen lisääminen on jo kauppataseen kannalta terveellistä.Atriassa soijan vähentäminen perustuu Altian Koskenkorvan tehtaan etanolituotannon sivuvirtoihin, joista saadaan ohran valkuaisrehua.”Meillä on tietysti käytössä myös tyypilliset valkuaiskasvit, joita on tiloilla aika laajastikin tuotannossa, eli härkäpapua, rypsiä ja rapsia sekä jonkin verran myös hernettä, mutta pääjuttu on tämä ohran valkuaisrehu”, Kohtala kertoo.Kasvava väestö tarvitsee enemmän valkuaista, mutta tietyillä alueilla resurssit sen tuottamiseen ovat rajalliset.”Jos me löydämme siihen omia ratkaisuja ja pystymme hoitamaan sen täältä kotikutoisesti, on se meille jonkinlainen kilpailuetu tulevaisuudessa.Pääpointtimme yrityksenä on se, että me haluamme tietää, mitä sika syö.”
It’s dangerous to put chatbots in a box.From enhancing user interfaces to creating a more personalized app experience, chatbots help businesses grow.You can use this valuable information to personalize the product experience, give you a better understanding of which products and services are desirable, and learn how to make your product fit the user’s most important needs.As new users create profiles and enter information while signing up, chatbots help simplify the onboarding process.If, for instance, a user forgets to complete one section of the signup process, the company can send a push notification connected to a chatbot that will guide them through the missed step, and help them with any issues to ensure onboarding is complete.The user interface is a key factor that can make or break someone’s opinion of your brand.A bot can suggest products that will complement current or past purchases, which minimizes search time and can potentially increase conversion rates.A chatbot within your website or app can ask users their opinions in real time, as they’re going through the experience.That lets you capture valuable sentiment information in the moment.
Microsoft’s war on the password continues with a handy addition to the Microsoft Authenticator app for Android and iOS.Instead of using Microsoft Authenticator for two-step authentication, you can use the app to sign into your Microsoft Account without a password.This doesn’t mean you can use Authenticator to sign-in to your Microsoft Account anywhere—it doesn’t work for logging in to Windows 10 PCs, for example.But for website sign-ins that require your Microsoft Account, such as Outlook.com, Skype.com, and OneDrive.com, it works just fine.To try the feature out, download and install the Microsoft Authenticator app from the App Store or Google Play.Next, add your Microsoft account to the app, which will require you to sign-in.
AI SaaS startup Squad recently raised $2.1m for its AI technology and it is now planning growth at home and globally.The investment came from India and Valley-based investors like Blume Ventures, Contrarian Capital, 91springboard, Emergent Ventures, Abstract Ventures, Anthill Ventures, Axilor Ventures, as well as from angel investors, Gokul Rajaram, product engineering lead at Square, and Shamik Sharma, senior technology advisor at Myntra.Leaders in digital commerce like Uber,Sephora, Tata Group, Flipkart Group, Rocket Internet Group, Teespring and other data-intensive businesses use the Squad platform across their entire data cycle.Squad founder Apurv Agrawal outlines what this investment will mean globally and how its take on AI has already won the business from many household names.Tell us a little about your startup and how you came up with that ideaWe are solving the problem of unstructured data and how it's processed to derive value.
For Atlanta’s 22squared to deliver results for its eclectic roster — from Publix to Costa Rica Tourism — it needs eclectic creatives like copywriter Madeline Adams to deliver hits every single time.For the past couple of years, she’s been delivering intelligent, catchy (and at times, thumb-stopping) work for brands like Baskin Robbins and The Home Depot.But even before the SCAD grad started lacing together thorough headlines, she’d been penning verses worthy of NPR’s, Pitchfork’s and Allmusic’s attention.Nowadays, she fronts the Georgia-based band Flamingo Shadow, their most recent release a “tropical punk” sound perfect for a trip down the coastline.Within the always-vibrant Atlanta arts community, Adams has become not just an advocate, but a curator of cool, with the recent role as mastermind for “Sweater Weather”, a light art show at the Mammal Gallery in South Downtown ATL.Aside from her own band playing, she enlisted 10 local artists, plus bands (including her own) along with light installations all over the two-story gallery.
Google today announced an update to Google Maps that would bring the popular Timeline feature to iOS devices.The feature acts as a sort of mobile memory that allows users the ability to recall in great detail all the places they’ve been.What was the name of that antique store I popped into the other day?Where was that coffee shop we discovered on our last vacation?Did I drop off the dry cleaning on Tuesday or Wednesday?It’s a feature that Android users mostly loved, and iOS users have been waiting to try since 2015 — unless they’ve been using it on the web.
The DVSA is tweaking the format of the driving test to better suit modern times, with the refreshed exam format about to feature a section on following the directions of your in-car GPS navigation machine.The driving instructors of the country are sighing so hard even the back windscreen has steamed up.The DVSA says the changes are coming in this December, and will include double the amount of independent driving to prove you know what you're doing, the new direction-following satnav part and, learner drivers will be thrilled to learn, no more compulsory "reverse around a corner" sections or the dread three-point turn.In place of the reversing and turning requirements test subjects might be asked to parallel park, come to a stop on the right-hand side of the road or do a bit of reversing in a straight line, perhaps even popping into the local supermarket to demonstrate getting into a parking spot without going over the lines.The GPS part will see the examiner provide a satnav, and it won't even matter if you go the wrong way -- the test is all about ensuring your driving's up to scratch while following the instruction.
After months of delays, Google finally released its new OS in February alongside a pair of LG watches, but since then the options haven’t exactly been robust.While there have been several announcements of wearables in development, the Sport and Style watches are still the only made-for-Android Wear 2.0 watches on shelves, unless you’re willing to spend over a grand.Huawei has announced that its new wearable is now available for sale in the U.S., bringing a fitness-first watch built specifically for Android Wear 2.0.Previously unveiled at Mobile World Congress, the watch is a major departure from the original Huawei Watch, one of the most popular first-gen models.However, fans who were looking for a similar design with an upgraded set of sensors and bigger battery might be disappointed.While the metal-wrapped watch is packed with tech—including GPS, a heart-rate sensor, 420 mAh battery, NFC for Android Pay, IP68 water resistance, and 768MB of RAM—the design deviates quite a bit from its predecessor, bringing a much bulkier frame and a decidedly more athletic aesthetic.
HTC is getting ready to launch a new smartphone by the end of the month, but first, it needs to move some unsold inventory.You can get sizeable discounts on HTC’s recent smartphones, thanks to the “Easter sale” currently running on HTC.com.The promo includes HTC’s most recent flagship, the U Ultra, which only went on sale last month.The U Ultra can now be bought for $599, 20 percent cheaper than the normal price of $750.The fact that HTC is discounting its hero device so soon after launch suggests that customers haven’t really flocked to buy it.Perhaps sales will pick up at $600, which seems a more reasonable ask for what the U Ultra offers.
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Han vill helst bli kontaktad via krypterade appar.Man vill gott, men problemet är att när denna typ av övervakning hela tiden utökas så kan den komma att användas till andra saker i framtiden”.Efter attacken på Drottninggatan kanske många skulle tänka att ju mer information de myndigheter som har till uppgift att skydda Sverige kan dela med varandra desto bättre.Niklas Zennström stod bakom fildelningstjänsten Kazaa.Så fort Daniel Ek twittrar, eller skriver ett öppet brev på Medium, lyssnar startupvärlden.”Politikerna borde lyssna mycket mindre på startupvärlden, som varken representerar särskilt mycket människor eller skatt”, säger han.
Luke Skywalker’s home planet isn’t the only place in need of moisture farms to harvest water.Here on Earth, with our deserts and droughts, we’ve got tons of folks in need of fresh, drinkable H20.There’s no doubt that many Earthlings are facing a severe water shortage—maybe four billion of us, according to one study.That’s led an international team of scientists to join the hunt to try and pull out some of those valuable water molecules from the atmosphere.“I think that’s very powerful.”There’s nothing new about moisture harvesting—obviously the idea was around back in the 1970s (a long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away).