Sure it is possible to carry data on a plain old usb stick.And soon increases the capacity substantially for this approach.It is Kingsoft to launch the Datatraveler Ultimate Generation Terabyte, with a capacity of two TB in February.It is based on usb 3 usb 3.1 Gen 1 and will be also released in a variant with a capacity of a TB.Kingston has not published any pricing information.But the older model, the Datatraveler HyperX Predator, with a capacity of a TB costs approximately 8 000 sek.
London property and rooms rented through Airbnb can generate more than £6,600 $7,970 of revenue in one month, according toThe below chart, from Airdnas's London market report for November 2016, breaks out its best estimate of the amount of revenue eachIt's a US company, so the figures areThe chart breaks revenue out into "percentiles" for each type of
Does the number of variants matter?I can do a sample size calculator but I'm not sure if that just works for simple A/B testing.For example, we have 100k email list.Using this tool: http://www.macorr.com/sample-size-calculator.htm, my sample size is 6373 for 90% confidence with 1% margin of error.Does that mean I send 6373x5 or does that number only work for a 50/50 send?
volkswagen's sales volume increased by 3.8% globally year 2016 emissions scam scandal's aftermath.the Company told me that he sold last year to a total of 10.3 million vehicles.the Year also ended with the increase in the atmosphere: the December sales was the company according to the 11.8 per cent better than a year earlier.Ceo Matthias Müller pictures in 2016 "very challenging" diesel fuel crisis, the aftermath and the future development of the program."in any case, we managed to stabilise our business in difficult circumstances," Müller said in the announcement.
A security researcher has developed a tool that can automatically detect sensitive access keys that have been hard-coded inside software projects.The Truffle Hog tool was created by U.S.-based researcher Dylan Ayrey and is written in Python.It searches for hard-coded access keys by scanning deep inside git code repositories for strings that are 20 or more characters and which have a high entropy.A high Shannon entropy, named after American mathematician Claude E. Shannon, would suggest a level of randomness that makes it a candidate for a cryptographic secret, like an access token.Hard-coding access tokens for various services in software projects is considered a security risk because those tokens can be extracted without much effort by hackers.Unfortunately this practice is very common.
For the 2017 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, smart home innovator Vivint decided to announce not one but three major partnerships and a brand new artificially intelligent home assistant.After revealing collaborations with the accommodations giant Airbnb, solar leader Vivint Solar, and Citizens Bank, Vivint also lifted the veil on its new smart device secretary, Sky.Concerning its link with Airbnb, Vivint aims to give users of the housing service keyless access to rented properties, the capability to greet and verify customers via its doorbell camera, and 24/7 home security and monitoring.To help Airbnb hosts with the transition, Vivint says it will provide its professional team of smart-home pro installers to take the lead on setting up an entire home or apartment. We are delighted to partner with Airbnb to offer our comprehensive smart home services to all hosts in North America, said Alex Dunn, president of Vivint Smart Home.Giving Airbnb hosts the convenience and security of a smart home helps them provide the best guest experience possible.
Mike George, VP Alexa, Echo and Appstore for Amazon at CES in Las Vegas.CES tech show goes big on smart home devices and wearables, with Asia s ageing populations set to drive demandFor now Alexa is monolingual and speaks only English, but a German version has recently been announced, with other international languages, including Chinese, scheduled to follow.So it s no surprise that companies at the CES are announcing gadgets that integrate Alexa.Is voice activation the missing link that could at last make the concept of smart home a success?Lenovo s Smart Assistant, a circular 5W tweeter and 1W woofer speaker with an Intel Celeron N3060 processor, which produces 360-degree sound.
Whether it s the Google Pixel or the Samsung Galaxy S7, companies are betting that the future of virtual reality will be ushered in by your mobile device.Now, you can add Asus to that list.The company just announced a new smartphone at CES that takes an adventurous and somewhat experimental leap into the world of mixed and virtual reality — and it actually looks pretty useful.The Asus ZenFone AR is a new breed of smartphone that s jam-packed with virtual reality VR and augmented reality AR technology.It leans heavily on Google s Tango and Daydream software to accomplish its grand ambitions, and it also happens to use a powerful new processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 that is specifically optimized for this type of thing.The 5.7-inch ZenFone AR is only the second device ever to include Google Tango formerly known as Project Tango that is essentially a 3D-mapping technology.
They re either deep explorations of the familiar—STEREO s focus on the sun, the International Space Station s study of what microgravity does to the human body—or a trip to some crazy place no one has ever seen before.But still, any strange, distant object the agency targets will likely hold some clue about the origins of life.Humans are spacefaring narcissists that way.NASA s newly announced Lucy and Psyche missions fall squarely into the second category.The robotic missions, planned to launch in 2021 and 2023 respectively, are set to target mysterious, unstudied asteroids.Lucy will follow NASA s Juno mission out to Jupiter to study the Trojan asteroids orbiting with the gas giant, and Psyche will visit an odd metal asteroid, 16 Psyche, in the main asteroid belt—the only object of its kind in our solar system.
Just when you thought wearables were dead, Plume Labs is coming up with an interesting wearable device focused on tracking pollution around you.The Flow tracker works both inside and outside and could be particularly useful if you live in a polluted city.It tracks particulate matter PM2.5 , nitrogen dioxide, ozone, volatile organic compounds VOCs , temperature and humidity.You can clip it to your bag, bike or stroller.It has a tiny leather strap and looks nice.On the device itself, you can find a touch button and 12 color LEDs to tell you the pollution status of the last 12 hours without having to look at your phone.
Fiat Chrysler unveiled a new minivan concept designed specifically for millennials at the Consumer Electronics Show on Tuesday.The vehicle, shown at FCA's very first CES press conference, is meant to appeal to tech-savvy millennials looking to start a family.Scroll down for a detailed breakdown of the brand new minivan concept, called the Portal: View As:
According to Business Korea, citing a partner of Samsung will be the manufacturer to bet on 4K resolution for the Galaxy Note 8, or whatever the device now for the name.Samsung is said to once again use the 1440p for the Galaxy S series but take the step up to 4K with the next Note.the Reason is said to be virtual reality, and a new Gear VR headset.Higher resolution than 1440p should not be needed on the mobiles, but virtual reality has the great advantage of more pixels.If the rumor is true will be the Note 8 is not the first phone with 4K, then Sony released the Xperia Z5 Premium already in last autumn.Z5 Premium uses only 4K of the particular image content, and renders the interface in 1080p.
Courtesy of Lisa Arie Lisa Arie has trained with horses for years, but her specialty is whisperer" lives on 160 acres of Colorado plains, where since 2005, she and husband Jess have run an experiential learning center for CEOs, philanthropists, and entrepreneurs to unplug and discover how they can lead more mindful lives.Vista Caballo, which roughly translates to "perspective of the horse" in Spanish, uses
Kuluvalla influenssakaudella A-influenssan on saanut noin 7 100 suomalaista ja harvinaisemman influenssa B:n noin sata.Tämä ilmenee Terveyden ja hyvinvoinnin laitoksen THL tartuntatautirekisteristä.Viime vuonna tähän mennessä influenssa A:n oli saanut huomattavasti harvempi, reilu 1 400 ihmistä.Jos vertaa viime vuoden tilastoihin, voi influenssahuippu olla kuitenkin vielä edessä.THL:n tilaston mukaan viime vuoden huippu oli tammikuun viimeisellä viikolla.
Det är beräkningar som den japanska affärssajten Nikkei genomfört baserat på data från underleverantörer till den amerikanska teknikjätten.Förra året sänkte Apple produktionen för första kvartalet då lagren av mobiler var högt i slutet av 2015.Det gjorde att Apple i höstas drog ned produktionen av iPhone 7, som lanserades i september, med cirka 20 procent.Enligt Nikkei ska försäljningen dock ha varit något mer trög än väntat vilket nu leder till sänkt produktion i början av 2017.En källa vid en av Apples underleverantörer menar samtidigt att produktionsneddragningen är "inom förväntningarna".
2016 was a year that many of us would rather forget.From the seemingly never-ending stream of bad news, an brutal election that seemed like it would never end, and the dozens of celebrities — including a few in the tech world — that passed on, it was a tough year.Virtual assistants moved out of our cell phones and into our homes, and smart home technologies may have finally broke through to the mainstream after years of trying.In theory, the IoT is supposed to connect all our devices together, making them sing in a glorious technological harmony.Smart home technologies may have finally broke through to the mainstream after years of trying.Plus, if your smart hub goes down, your entire system typically goes with it.
Reuters – The shift to electric vehicles will cost jobs at German automotive supplier Continental, its chief executive told a newspaper, but he said many of those jobs would be offset by new positions related to electro-mobility.Due to the low added value, production jobs will be lost, German weekly paper Welt am Sonntag quoted Elmar Degenhart as saying in a summary of an article to be published on Sunday.He said it was too soon to say whether the number of jobs that would be lost would be bigger of smaller than the number of new positions created.There is enough time to design the process such that the blow is softened and major pain can be avoided, he said.Some 30,000 of 218,000 jobs at Continental are dependent on combustion engines, the paper said.Continental said last month it would increase spending on electric-car components in coming years but expects to avert any major impact on its earnings through additional sales from new R projects.Reporting by Maria Sheahan; editing by Susan Thomas
The US Department of Homeland Security DHS and FBI have released an analysis of the allegedly Russian government-sponsored hacking groups blamed for breaching several different parts of the Democratic party during the 2016 elections.The 13-page document, released Thursday and meant for information technology professionals, came as Barack Obama announced sanctions against Russia for interfering in the 2016 elections.The report was criticized by security experts, who said it lacked depth and came too late.The activity by Russian intelligence services is part of an ongoing campaign of cyber-enabled operations directed at the US government and its citizens, wrote the authors of the government report.This joint analysis report provides technical indicators related to many of these operations, recommended mitigations, suggested actions to take in response to the indicators provided, and information on how to report such incidents to the US government.The government report follows several from the private sector, notably a lengthy section in a Microsoft report from 2015 on a hacking team referred to as advanced persistent threat 28 APT 28 , which the company s internal nomenclature calls Strontium and others have called Fancy Bear.
Great businesses can be launched any time, even when there's a downturn in funding.While 2016 might have spelled trouble for some well-established startups, it also saw the birth of companies tackling things like a cure for cancer, life-saving drones, and competition for Uber.Business Insider spoke to founders and venture capitalists and took a look at funding data to identify some of the startups that had the biggest starts in 2016.Some names on the list are officially launching out of stealth, while others are still in their early months of forming a company.Here are 27 of the top startups that launched in 2016.
To continue providing news and award winning journalism, we rely on advertising revenue.To continue reading, please turn off your ad blocker or whitelist us.Amazon has refused to provide data from one of its Echo devices to the police in Arkansas.This comes after the authorities issued a warrant for the tech giant demanding audio and other data from the device belonging to James Andrew Bates, who will go to trial in 2017 for the murder of Victor Collins.According to a report by The Information, Collins was found dead in Bates' hot tub.Investigators believe that the water was used to wash of any evidence of potential crime.