in the coming weeks, find out, look on the Helsinki stock exchange direction of a bad outcome and course surprise produced Nordea or pleasantly surprised Nokia.Nokia told me today, Thursday, done in April–June, 574 million in operating profit, while the average analyyttikko-waiting Factset database was 442 million.nordea, the market value of 44 billion and Nokia 31 billion.that's Why companies are an excellent symbol for the struggle for the bear and the bull are now investors in the soul.shall we Go to last week's lows after the back up, we go for the former more sharply down or are we stuck to the current, relatively high price level?Yet in the last decade the question of the Helsinki stock exchange the direction of appear about didn't have to ask.
Blizzard designed Overwatch with esports in mind, despite what some players may argue.The game has spawned teams competing in organized tournament play, but Blizzard envisions something more.At BlizzCon 2016, the company announced its plans of starting an organized Overwatch League (OWL).To this end, Activision Blizzard has announced that OWL players will be guaranteed a minimum salary of $50,000 per year plus bonuses and benefits.Signed players will be on one-year contracts, and teams will be required to provide health insurance and retirement benefits.Additionally, teams are mandated to share 50 percent of tournament bonuses with the team members.
Google's upcoming Pixel 2 smartphones might not come with a headphone jack if the latest unofficial render of the device is accurate.Indeed, it just so happens that the latest render, made by tech site MySmartPrice.com, was a collaboration with one of the most prolific and accurate gadget leakers, Steve Hemmerstoffer, who's better known on Twitter as @onleaks.That's a powerful backup behind the rumor that the Pixel 2 smartphones won't come with a headphone jack.You can check out the render below:If true, it'll be interesting to see if Google also announces some value proposition to removing the headphone jack, like tech that's designed to make it easier to connect to wireless headphones.When Apple ditched the headphone jack on the iPhone 7, it at least offered wireless headphones with its W1 chip that truly make them less of a hassle to pair and connect to your Apple devices.
Yesterday, Bluehole announced that microtransactions are coming to the last-player-standing shooter that’s become a PC gaming phenomenon.This enraged many people because Battlegrounds is still in Early Access and is a premium-priced game.With the development studio’s game finding a massive audience on Steam, it was only a matter of time before it wound up doing something controversial, and it looks like that time is here.The first microtransactions in Battlegrounds involve a new crate that players earn through playing the game in the weeks leading up to the Gamescom fan event in Germany, which starts August 24.Bluehole is planning an invitational tournament for Battlegrounds at Gamescom, and it plans to fund the prize pool for that competition by selling keys for $2.50 a piece to unlock the Gamescom Invitational Crates.These will feature limited-time exclusive cosmetic items that players can put on their characters or sell on the Steam marketplace.
Implementation of Bluetooth technologies for monitoring traffic conditions has experienced success in Denmark’s second-largest city, Aarhus, which has used BlipTrack Bluetooth sensors for several years across its entire road network.The municipality has also been collecting traffic data based on the movement of driver´s mobile devices.The sensors have accumulated traffic data that provide insights into current road density, flow and formation of queues and share traffic information with users.This enables traffic engineers to know about any deviations in driving times occurring due to construction projects or any other incidents through real-time reporting.Typical driving times are continuously updated based on various types of days and time of day and one can learn historic traffic information as well as get an analysis of current vs typical driving times, minute-by-minute throughout the day.The city can thus equip itself with countermeasures to deal with traffic anomalies.
Today, the government's clean air strategy will ban the sale of new diesel and petrol vehicles by 2040, Toyota is developing a solid state battery for electric cars, new research has found that improving healthcare is key to breaking global poverty traps and more.Follow WIRED UK on LinkedIn to stay ahead of the curve with our picks of tech news, interviews with business leaders and insights into the European startup ecosystem.The government is preparing to announce new anti-pollution measures that will ban the sale of new diesel and petrol vehicles in the UK from 2040 (BBC News).The measure is to form part of a controversial clean air strategy that has been criticised by campaigners as including insufficient detail and placing too much responsibility on local councils, rather than national government.The strategy, to be published ahead of a High Court mandated deadline of July 31, will include a £255 million fund to aid councils in dealing with diesel emissions.The solid state battery – a holy grail of energy storage engineering – would reportedly have a long range and would charge in minutes, and has the potential to be smaller and lighter than existing lithium-ion battery tech used in electric vehicles.
Have you been waiting for a compact UHD dash cam with GPS and ADAS support ?Well then maybe the new Azdome DAB211 will be just the one for you, because it will have all that and quite some more.So what extras are we talking about ?Azdome DAB211 of course has all the expected features of the higher level of dash cams like G-sensor, motion detection or parking monitor, but will throw in some extra stuff like built-in GPS, ADAS, HDMI, hidden design, night vision or 3M mount and suction mount.The camera also comes with 1440p resolution and 150 degree utra wide shooting angle for the panoramic views of the surrounding environment.And last but not least comes the hardware inside, because DAB211 will be equipped with the power Ambarella A12 chip for smooth operations.
AlphaBay and Hansa were together responsible for the trading of hundreds of thousands of illegal commoditiesA coordinated operation involving multiple law enforcement agencies has resulted in the closure of two criminal economies responsible for the trading of drugs, firearms and malware.AlphaBay and Hansa, two of the biggest criminal marketplaces on the Dark Web, are now no more following a global investigation led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the Dutch National Police, with the support of Europol.The double takedown marks a huge success in the battle against criminal activities online, as the targeted infrastructure had been responsible for the trading of over 350,000 illegal commodities.AlphaBay was the largest criminal marketplace on the Dark Web, reaching over 200,000 users and 400,000 vendors, and used a hidden service on the Tor network to mask user identities and server locations.It featured over 250,000 listings for illegal drugs and toxic chemicals, along with over 100,000 listings for stolen and fraudulent identification documents, counterfeit goods, malware and other computer hacking tools, firearms, and illegal services.
There's nothing worse than having your laptop shut down in the middle of a big meeting, while writing an important email or halfway through streaming the latest binge-worthy Netflix series.Fortunately, battery life for laptops, tablets and hybrids continues to show steady improvement, with systems regularly hitting the 10-hour mark and beyond.Improvements to Intel's Core i-series CPUs, as well as power-management improvements in both Windows 10 and MacOS get much of the credit, although systems running Google's simpler Chrome OS also perform well, largely on account of their limited features.Based on the extensive battery testing conducted in the CNET Labs, these are the 25 PCs with the longest battery life scores over the previous 12 months.This list includes Windows and MacOS laptops, Windows 2-in-1 hybrids and tablets, and Chromebooks running Google's Chrome OS.Not included are Android or iOS tablets.
LeEco has fallen on some tough times, slashing most of its US workforce, but Tencent isn't particularly sympathetic.Zeng Liqing, co-founder of Chinese internet giant Tencent, labelled LeEco a "Ponzi scheme," reports the South China Morning Post."If you're not able to spot an apparent Ponzi scheme [like LeEco], you're neither worthy of working in the investment industry," Zeng said in a lengthy post on Chinese social media platform WeChat, "nor suitable for entrepreneurship."LeEco had grand ambitions of a US expansion, hoping to sell a hodgepodge of items from premium gadgets such as TVs and phones to self-driving cars when its founder and CEO, Jia Yueting went onstage to talk about his plans last October.Things went downhill from there, with the company facing financial problems which eventually led to 325 employees being laid off and its retreat from a deal to buy TV maker Vizio.Jia resigned from his role in July.
You might not be able to throw fireballs or break bricks with your head, but now you can channel pure, unadultered '80s awesomeness to your feet with these completely kickass Super Mario Bros.-themed Air Jordans.Made by custom sneaker outfit FreakerSneaks, the Jordan NES IV sneakers have that classic hightop style that gave you serious air on the basketball court back in the '80s, complete with an awesome retro Nintendo vibe.That means Super Mario Bros. game art on the tongue, a clickable D-pad and buttons on the rear of the shoe, and even "Select Start" printed on the laces above the vamp (yeah, we know shoe anatomy here at CNET).Best of all, the swingtag is shaped like a mini NES cartridge.They're not the first nerd-cred shoes we've seen from FreakerSneaks (it released a PlayStation-themed set complete with HDMI ports), but there's no doubt these shoes would have made you literally the coolest person in 1985.That said, you'll still need to be pretty damn cool to get these Super Mario Bros. shoes now too -- SneakerFreaks is only making 10 custom pairs.
Verkkoyhtiö Ericssonin oikaistu liikevoitto romahti huhti-kesäkuussa 0,3 miljardiin Ruotsin kruunuun viime vuoden 3,8 miljardista.Liikevoittomarginaali oli 0,6 prosenttia, kun se vuosi sitten oli 7,0 prosenttia.Uutistoimisto Reutersin mukaan yhtiöltä odotettiin keskimäärin 1,7 miljardin liikevoittoa.Ericssonin verkkoyksikön oikaistu liikevoitto kutistui 3,5 miljardiin vertailukauden 5,3 miljardista.Analyytikot odottivat verkkoyksiköltä keskimäärin 4,2 miljardin liikevoittoa.Oikaistu osakekohtainen tulos laski 0,17 kruunuun viime vuoden 0,83 kruunusta.
At Fortune's Brainstorm Tech conference yesterday, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf said he didn't see a reason why the company's ongoing dispute with Apple couldn't be settled outside court like similar cases previously, because there's "not really anything new," Fortune reported on Monday.The battle began in January with Apple taking Qualcomm to court over allegations of unfair licensing terms.The argument escalated over the past six months, with both companies firing accusations back and forth.Most recently, Qualcomm sought a ban on Apple devices that run without Qualcomm chips, saying Apple uses its technology without paying for it.No announcement on a resolution has come yet, said Mollenkopf, declining questions on the matter.Qualcomm has more than enough on its plate to worry about even without its fight with Apple.
These leaks not only make shortages worse but also can cause serious structural damage to buildings and roads by undermining foundations.Now, a new system developed by researchers at MIT could provide a fast, inexpensive solution that can find even tiny leaks with pinpoint precision, no matter what the pipes are made of.Meanwhile, the team is carrying out tests this summer on 12-inch concrete water-distribution pipes under the city of Monterrey, Mexico.The device is then retrieved using a net through another hydrant, and its data is uploaded.Monterrey itself has a strong incentive to take part in this study, since it loses an estimated 40 percent of its water supply to leaks every year, costing the city about $80 million in lost revenue.In Saudi Arabia, where most drinking water is provided through expensive desalination plants, some 33 percent is lost through leakage.
Games developers are in a tricky position when it comes to mobile.While it is clearly one of the biggest growth areas for gaming, the lack of direct to consumer routes available mean that content owners are heavily reliant on marketplaces to distribute their apps.As a result, developers are limited to the restrictions of what they can and cannot access on consumers’ devices, which has potentially led to the quantitative, scatter-gun approach to consumer marketing which mobile gaming has received a lot of criticism for.This is why it’s important that games developers start looking to develop direct relationships with telcos and mobile device OEMs.There were no app stores or content marketplaces to distribute games, apps, video and music, and the games which came with a mobile device were either developed in-house or made exclusively for an OEM.Chrome browser on Android phones) or installed by the OEM (i.e.
Atari revealed photos of its newest gaming console, the Ataribox, in an email to fans on Monday.Last month, the gaming company teased the console in a 21-second video on ataribox.com.Today's release doesn't tell us much more about the Ataribox, but here's what we know:The console will include both classic and new gamesThere will be two editions of the Ataribox: a wood edition and a black and red editionThe console will have four USB ports, one HDMI port and one SD port
In the near future, you may very well be watching movies in the theater on giant LED screen instead of projectorsWhen you imagine sitting in a movie theater, what’s the first thing that comes to mind?Chances are, you probably picture a dark theater, with the bright light of a projector behind you, illuminating a large screen with the latest summer blockbuster.Well, if Samsung has it’s way, the traditional projector and screen may become a thing of the past.Samsung has unveiled its first-ever cinema-sized LED screen at Lotte Cinema World Tower theater in Seoul, South Korea The massive 34-foot screen has a true 4K resolution of 4,096 x 2,160 pixels.This is different than the “Ultra HD” resolution of 38040 x 2160 pixels you find on 4K UHD TVs and projectors.
Rising temperatures due to global warming will make it harder for many aircraft around the world to take off in coming decades, says a new study.During the hottest parts of the day, 10 to 30 percent of fully loaded planes may have to remove some fuel, cargo or passengers, or else wait for cooler hours to fly, the study concludes."Our results suggest that weight restriction may impose a non-trivial cost on airline and impact aviation operations around the world," said lead author Ethan Coffel, a Columbia University PhD.Average global temperatures have gone up nearly 1 degree Centigrade (1.8 Fahrenheit) since about 1980, and this may already be having an effect.In late June, American Airlines canceled more than 40 flights out of Phoenix, Ariz., when daytime highs of nearly 120 degrees made it too hot for smaller regional jets to take off.Most studies so far have focused on how aviation may affect global warming (aircraft comprise about 2 percent of global greenhouse-gas emissions), not vice versa.
Whether we’re talking about sad interviews, cathartic vaping sessions, or fan petitions to the White House, the Batman road has been very rocky for Ben Affleck.It got rockier in January when Affleck stepped down as director of The Batman, and rockier still with news that the actor’s script for the film was just tossed in the trash.As per The Hollywood Reporter, newly appointed director Matt Reeves recently appeared on MTV’s Happy Sad Confused podcast, and revealed that he has dispensed with the script that Affleck penned in collaboration with Chris Terrio and Geoff Johns.I think it’s going to be really cool.”A couple of weeks back, we reported that Reeves was looking to “imbue The Batman with elements of mystery and noir,” and it seems that he feels a fresh start is the best way to stay true to his vision for the film.While it’s easy to view this as a slight toward Affleck, it makes sense that Reeves would want to put his own stamp on the project.
Including a false running shoes, clothing, electronics and even real estate ads have appeared recently, Instagram, the news Digiday.Far away are the days when instagram was together with Mike Krieger with the established entrepreneur and programmer Kevin Systrom check personally all the platform to publish their ads.the fake ads are problematic, as they seem at first glance quite lifelike.among Other things Adidas Yeezy-sneakers records the fake ad appeared company's official logo.The ad claims that Yeezy-sneakers can be bought in summer discount sales in 109 dollars, or about 95 euro price.in fact, running shoes is at this price to sell.