Chinese Spring festival always comes with a variety of special sales and events and the latest one is from the Vernee s production and includes all of their phone models.Discounts will scale up to $90 off so it s worth checking it out in case you would be searching for some Vernee model to grab.The event will be active from January 25th till February 5th 2017 and you can find all the information about it in this link.The Vernee products will be available in the specified partner shops and resellers, but that s again in the link.So which products will be featured there again ?Like we said the whole Vernee portfolio so ranging from budget 5-inch Thor with MT6753, through Mars with Helio P10, 5.5-inch FHD display, 13 Mpix Sony IMX258 camera and ultra narrow bezels to Apollo Lite with Helio X20, 4 GB RAM 32 GB ROM and 16 Mpix Samsung camera and last but not the least to the real flagship the Apollo presenting Helio X25 processor, 2K display, 21 Mpix Sony IMX230 camera or VR box included.
It has been nearly two years since the hip-hop star Jay Z bought Aspiro, which then became streamingtjänsten Tidal.since Then he has had time to threaten to sue the previous owners, for alleged inflated figures.The last few days have Tidal during Jay Z's ownership been accused of heavily inflated användarsiffror.It is the american mobile operator Sprint, which buys 33 per cent of the company.According to sources at Billboard and MBW should the price tag be $ 200 million, which corresponds to approximately sek 1.8 billion.Artists who are shareholders in the company, among other things, Kanye West and Madonna, according to the sources, continued to remain as the owner.
Get your best selfie displayed at a world-first art exhibition examining the history of the selfie, and win an amazing prizeThink you take great selfies?Why not prove it by getting your best snap up on the wall at the world famous Saatchi Gallery in London.Smartphone company Huawei has partnered with the Saatchi Gallery to put on the world s first art exhibition exploring the history of the selfie, titled From Selfie to Self-Expression.In the lead up to the opening, a competition gives you the chance to have your own selfie chosen to be exhibited alongside the many famous works that will be on display.The chance to have your selfie on display at a famous art gallery may be all the motivation you need to enter, but it gets better.
We all know the looming dangers of hackers, natural disasters and human error.The question today is should you continue the common practice of using basic cloud storage providers such as Google Drive and Apple iCloud for data backup when they're not designed for this task, or should organizations and individuals use backup-specific tools such as Carbonite and Moxy?After all, if you are paying for cloud services from one of the major cloud providers, why would you want to pay even more for backup software?Let s first discuss the differences between cloud storage services and cloud back-up software.The primary purpose of cloud companies is to synchronize data between devices so that documents, videos, photos or music can be accessed or shared regardless of the location.Unlike public cloud storage services, today s more complete backup solutions can back up everything to both the cloud and local disks and drives.This includes pictures, videos, documents, contacts, calendars, reminders, even an entire computer, explains Pete Wermter, vice president at software backup company Acronis.
Anker s kevlar-wrapped PowerLine cables have been an immediate hit with our readers, and you can upgrade your entire microUSB cable collection today with this $11 5-pack.That s a couple bucks less than the usual price for this pack, which includes a two 1' cables, two 3', and a 6'.Don t forget, several of Anker s best Quick Charge 3.0 chargers are also on sale today.
Reddit-the site is loaded in the mysterious video, which the phone gets really tough.The screen murskalta nuts, it will be dropped many times on a stone floor and it kicked like a football.This is a Reddit-the site loaded a bit scruffy video from your smartphone, which seems clear enough that the duration of the test, that it normal in life that I never had.it Seems that this phone could, say, nailed four-inch wire nailed to the wall.the Video shows that the phone works all the time.Phone brand or model are not clear, but the video title says it is a Nokia phone.
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Everyone who owns an Android phone has a Google account, but there are lots of other apps on our phones that all require their own login credentials.The longer you have your phone the more they can pile up, and before long, your app drawer is filled with all sorts of services that may or may not be tied to an active account.Whether you want to add, remove, or tweak one of your accounts, Google has built a handy way to do it right inside the Settings app.Let us show you how to do it.Under the Personal tab in Settings, you ll find an option for Accounts.Once you open the tab you ll instantly be met with an alphabetical list of any apps on your phone that have active accounts tied to them.
Microsoft has acquired Canadian startup Maluuba, a company founded by University of Waterloo grads Kaheer Suleman and Sam Pasupalak that also participated in TechCrunch s 2012 San Francisco Startup Battlefield competition.Maluuba focuses on natural language processing, in service of pursuing general artificial intelligence, or building computers that can think like people.The Montreal-based company focuses on using deep learning and reinforcement learning to increase the proficiency and effectiveness of computer-based systems that can answer questions and make decisions, and Microsoft notes in a blog post that its work will help with Microsoft s broad goal of making AI more accessible and useful to the general public.Montreal s expertise in AI is gaining global attention; Google recently opened a research office focused on AI there, and invested funds in local academic efforts focused on the area.Leading global AI researcher Yoshua Bengio, who heads the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms, is also joining Microsoft as an advisor, notes Microsoft EVP of AI Harry Shum in the blog post announcing Maluuba s acquisition.
The people in charge of sandwiches in the UK are excited about the wide range of possibilities opened up by the Brexit vote's potential binning of some EU regulations, and have suggested -- brace yourselves!-- that changing "use by" to "use by end of" on sandwich packaging may be a revolutionary change that could turn the tide on food waste.Well that's what The Grocer says.It quotes a letter that the British Sandwich and Food to Go Association has sent to Brexit secretary David Davis this week, in which BSA director Jim Winship said: "We would welcome the flexibility to return to this as we believe it is both clearer to consumers and to retailers.This simple change would have a significant impact on food wastage at the end of shelf-life."Winship's not been happy about this seemingly tiny bit of wording he's been lumbered with for years, it turns out, as he and his sandwich overlord friends say it shows that EU legislators have a lack of understanding of the UK sandwich market.
Yes, you really will want a pair of headphones with an active VU meter in each cup.Because it s just so damn cool.The needle will bounce along to the beat while you enjoy the sweet sound from these crazy cans.It s calibrated to EU safety standards, so if it s in the red zone too much, you re on the way to some hearing damage.Whether that s used as a warning for parents to tell kids to turn it down, or as a badge of honor for your friends depends on the situation and your level of maturity.We wore them for a large percentage of a nine hour flight with no fatigue at all.
The iPhone we know and love today could have been very different, and maybe even a total flop, if Steve Jobs had picked a different interface for it.A new video published by Apple leaker Sonny Dickson shows off an early-stage version of "Acorn OS," an iPod-based interface for the iPhone that Apple was working on before deciding to go with the now-ubiquitous icon-based interface.The story goes like this: Apple had two teams working on what would eventually become iOS née iPhone OS .One team, under Tony Fadell, the "father of the iPod" was working on an operating system based on the iPod interface and controlled with a click wheel.Meanwhile, another team, under ex-Apple senior vice president of iOS software Scott Forstall, was tasked with creating an icon-based interface.While a click wheel-based UI may have seemed like a good idea at the time, given the meteoric success of the iPod, it just didn't translate very well for a phone.
Apples designbok släpptes redan i november i USA till ett pris av 199 dollar för den lilla versionen och 299 dollar för den stora.Nu går den även att köpa i flera länder – bland annat Sverige.I boken, titulerad Designed by Apple in California, går företaget igenom sin historia och visar upp läckra bilder på de produkter man släppt under åren.Den täcker allt från de första Macarna, vidare till Iphone, Ipad, och även Apple Watch.Vissa bilder går så djupt att Apple även visar deras komponenter.
Like a foreign language thesaurus for the uninitiated, there s a seemingly endless stream of acronyms attached to modern sets.Say hello to QLED, Samsung s take on next-gen telly tech - and, possibly, the start of a whole new gadget war.What we can do, though, is cobble together an early conclusion based on what we know, what we ve seen and what we ve been told to expect from these two TV titans.At 10mm deep, it s not the slimmest screen around - probably because QLED requires a backlight, which needs a secondary panel - but it s still darn thin and, being fully flat, it should be a cinch to mount.Winner: LG OLED Signature WAppearances aside, it s on to picture - or, rather, its resolution and sharpness.
It was on this day ten years ago that Apple launched what turned out to be its most popular product ever; a device that still remains its principle cash cow over a decade later.On January 9 2007 at Macworld 2007 in San Francisco, the late Apple founder, Steve Jobs, revealed to the world a widescreen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone and a breakthrough internet communications device.Yet demand for the iPhone took off and never really stopped.Indeed, Apple has now sold over one billion of the devices.Ten years ago nearly all mobile phones had a physical keyboard, or operated a touchscreen driven by a stylus.But Steve Jobs wanted a mobile device that had no keyboard, and he insisted the only stylus people ever wanted was their own finger.
The Nokia 6 will only go on sale in ChinaThe first Nokia smartphone in three years has been unveiled, although the device will only go on sale in China.The Nokia 6, which will run Android and cost 1,699 yuan £200 , is the first smartphone bearing the Nokia brand under a new licensing deal with manufacturer HMD Global.Nokia agreed to sell its mobile phone division to Microsoft in 2013 in a combined attempt to challenge the dominance of Apple and Android, but Microsoft has since scaled back its mobile ambitions.Nokia is not making the new phone itself, but is licensing its name to HMD, a Helsinki-based company run by a former Nokia executive, under a licensing deal agreed last year.The company has the exclusive rights to the Nokia name on phones for the next decade, and plans to release a range of smartphones and feature phones.
It s tough to remember a time before the iPhone, which ushered in the smartphone era and radically transformed our lives.A decade ago, on Jan. 9, 2007, Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the wraps off a touchscreen iPod, phone, and internet communicator at the Macworld Expo.The company has sold more than a billion iPhones in the last 10 years.A lot has changed in a decade.The iPhone now includes an insanely good dual-lens camera in the 7 Plus, a built-in streaming music service, and we can t forget about the countless essential apps that weren t possible on Jan. 9, 2007.iPhone is an essential part of our customers lives, and today more than ever it is redefining the way we communicate, entertain, work and live, Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a statement.
Two billion light years away, two clusters of galaxies are colliding in an intergalactic pileup.As black holes interact with the gas inside the collision, the mass has turned into an enormous particle launcher, spewing some of the universe s highest-energy stuff.The picture above shows a couple of different processes happening at the same time to create the intergalactic bazooka.The blue section, taken by the NASA s Chandra X-ray Observatory orbiting the Earth, shows X-ray emissions from colliding galactic clusters, the largest structures in the universe bound by gravity, each a quadrillion times heavier than the sun, according to a Chandra press release.The fuzz shows hot gas that fills each cluster, and the collision causes particles to travel faster than the gas traveling at the speed of sound — already much higher than the speed of sound on Earth because of its high heat.This creates shock waves, kind of like the ones that come off fighter jets.
Fukoku Mutual Life Insurance is making 34 employees redundant and replacing them with Artificial IntelligenceA Japanese company is making 34 employees redundant in order to replace them with IBM s Watson Explorer AI.Human workers at Fukoku Mutual Life Insurance are set to be replaced by an artificial intelligence that can calculate payouts to policyholders.After the 200m yen £1.4m AI system is installed this month, the company believes productivity will be increased by 30% and that it would save about 140m yen £1m a year.The company also said it believes it will get a return on its investment in under two years.However, the company will be making 34 employees redundant by the end of March as their jobs are replaced by a machine.