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NASA's Terra satellite provided an infrared look at Tropical Storm Trami, located just over 100 miles from Guam on Sept. 21.Infrared data provides temperature information that showed two areas of the highest, coldest cloud tops and most powerful storms within the tropical storm.NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS) in Tiyan, Guam said that a flash flood watch is in effect for all of Guam and the northern Marianas.A small craft advisory remains in effect until 6 a.m. CHST local time on Sunday, Sept. 23.Because Tropical Storm Trami (28W) continues to move away from the Marianas the threat of damaging winds has ended.At 2:20 a.m. EDT (0230 UTC) on Sept. 13, Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer or MODIS instrument aboard NASA's Aqua satellite analyzed Hurricane Florence in infrared light.
Announced over a year ago, Apple's AirPower charging pad continues to be MIA.Some recent detective work indicates it may yet exist, but if you're tired of waiting, there's an alternative.Today only, and while supplies last, Woot has the iPM 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Pad for $39.99.It can charge two iPhones (or any Qi-compatible phones) and an Apple Watch, all at the same time.Can this iPM product also charge AirPods, as the AirPower was originally said to be able to?That will depend on whether the wireless-compatible AirPods charging case is Qi-compatible, if and when it's ever released.
New 3D maps of water distribution during cellular membrane fusion are accelerating scientific understanding of cell development, which could lead to new treatments for diseases associated with cell fusion.The research, published in Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, could provide new insights into diseases in which normal cell fusion is disrupted, such as Albers-Schönberg disease (osteopetrosis), help facilitate the development of fusion-based cell therapies for degenerative diseases, and lead to treatments that prevent cell-to-cell fusion between cancer cells and non-cancer cells.When two cells combine during fertilization, or a membrane-bound vesicle fuses during viral entry, neuron signaling, placental development and many other physiological functions, the semi-permeable membrane bilayers between the fusing partners must be merged to exchange their internal contents.Researchers used the small-angle neutron scattering (EQ-SANS) instrument at ORNL's Spallation Neutron Source and the biological small-angle neutron scattering (Bio-SANS) instrument at the High Flux Isotope Reactor, both of which can probe structures as small as a few nanometers in size."We used neutrons to probe our samples, because water typically can't be seen by x-rays, and because other imaging techniques can't accurately capture the extremely rapid and dynamic process of cellular fusion," said Durgesh K. Rai, co-author and now a post-doctoral associate at the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source at Cornell University."Additionally, the cold, lower-energy neutrons at EQ-SANS and Bio-SANS won't cause radiation damage or introduce radicals that can interfere with lipid chemistry, as x-rays can do."
China is trying to become an innovation hub in the autonomous vehicle sector—it is currently working on a draft bill mandating that 50% of all vehicles sold by 2020 should be autonomous or semi-autonomous.Cities across China have opened up their roads for testing autonomous vehicles (AVs), with localities including Shanghai, Chongqing, Beijing, and Shenzhen setting up designated pilot areas.China’s big three tech giants—Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent—are all competing for dominance in the self-driving space.Additionally, startups looking to develop their own self-driving platforms have sprung up.While all of the nascent frameworks are highly disparate, they all require on-vehicle sensors.However, Wang Gang, chief scientist at Alibaba AI Labs, believes the future lies not in cars being equipped with sensors, but the roads themselves becoming active participants in the sensing process.
Ohmyhome, a property marketplace from Singapore, today announced that it has raised US$2.92 million series A funding led by Golden Equator Capital (GEC).Ohmyhome aims to make housing transactions simpler, faster, and more affordable.The platform facilitates DIY transactions, offers fixed-rate agent services, as well as on-demand mortgage and legal services.Since its launch in September 2016, more than 2,000 homes have transacted through Ohmyhome, which represents a combined value of more than US$621 million.It has also saved customers a total of US$14.6 million in commission as of September 2018.To-date, Ohmyhome’s mobile application has recorded more than 200,000 downloads and has an average of 52,000 monthly active users.
SimpliSafe users can now control their system with Google Assistant voice commands.The company announced Wednesday that it is adding Google Assistant to a growing list of integrations that already includes the August Smart Lock, Amazon Alexa and the Apple Watch.You'll be able to ask your Google-powered device to arm the SimpliSafe system to Home or Away mode, as well as check the status of the system by asking, "Hey Google, am I protected?"."Hey Google, am I protected?"You can also type a command into the Google Assistant on your Android or iOS phone.Disarming via voice commands is not an option.
Based on my experience of being hired as a social media marketer and from doing the hiring, here are tips on when it’s time to hire.Is there already a marketing specialist on board?If you’re a team of one and your social media presence takes up 50 percent of your day, a social media marketing hire might be a good decision to help you get back to running other parts of your business.If, say, a marketing specialist is handling social media duties, how will a new hire impact that person?If not, is it because you don’t think there’s a need or, alternatively, because no one has done it yet?If you have an established presence, but you don’t see much activity, maybe it’s best to focus on another area of marketing at this time.
Technology companies who want to attract young employees to invest in their managers.When the engineers at the beginning of their career, choose an employer means, namely, a good manager and a good leadership at the very most, according to Academic Works survey among young professionals.A good manager and a good leadership persists since last year as the most important factor when young people in the technology sector choose their employer.It said 59 per cent of the participants.Closely followed by will nice colleagues and good atmosphere, 58 per cent, followed by good salary and benefits, at 57 per cent.– That the company has the right leadership which will ensure that their employees receive the support and training that is needed is a prerequisite both for employees 'personal development and for Sweden to continue to maintain its top position in research and development and technology in general," says Jonas Frank, head of business area Technology at Academic Work, in a press release.
Will the computers of tomorrow be manufactured, or will they be cultivated?This question lies at the heart of new research from Lehigh University that aims to engineer a neural network--a computer system modeled on the human brain and nervous system--from actual living cells, and program it to compute a basic learning task."Recent developments in optogenetics, patterned optical stimulation, and high-speed optical detection enable simultaneous stimulation and recording of thousands of living neurons," says Xiaochen Gao, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at Lehigh University and principal investigator on the project."And scientists already know that connected biological living neurons naturally exhibit the ability to perform computations and to learn.The team, which includes Lehigh associate professors and co-principal investigators Yevgeny Berdichevsky of bioengineering and Zhiyuan Yan of electrical and computer engineering, brings together complementary expertise in computer architecture, bioengineering, and signal processing.In the research, images of handwritten digits will be encoded into what are called "spike train stimuli," similar to a two-dimensional bar code.
Apple's new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR all come with large screens and glass backs.So if you're planning on picking up a new iPhone, a protection plan may help you sleep easy.On Friday, Sprint announced a new protection plan called Sprint Complete.It includes $29 screen repair (the same price as AppleCare), unlimited cloud storage, password protection, next-day replacement for lost or stolen devices, and smart home consultation.Plus, if you need a repair, you can bring your device into a Sprint repair store, mail your device in, or schedule someone to do the repair at your home or office.The monthly cost of Sprint Complete is from $9 to $17, and it covers iPhones, Android phones, tablets and smartwatches.
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Recently, for work-related issues, I’ve used the flagship phones of several major Chinese Android phone manufacturers, ranging from Xiaomi 8 and OPPO Find X to OnePlus 6.Xiaomi’s MIUI operating system is easy to navigate, OPPO Find X’s borderless screen is stunningly beautiful, and OnePlus 6 is thin and light and feels good to hold.I’ve used iPhones as my primary phone since the first-generation iPhone.I changed my laptop to MacBook Air from Thinkpad and used it for a long time.For a long period of time, I thought iPhone was my only choice as my primary phone and even though I didn’t update my phone to iPhone 8 or iPhone X, my next phone would still be an iPhone.However, after watching Apple’s September event on Thursday (September 13th), I started feeling uncertain about that thought I had because, for the first time, I found iPhone is replaceable.
On Wednesday, Google announced that it's discontinuing Inbox at the end of March 2019.Unveiled in 2014, Google's Inbox offered a more personalized email app than the standard Gmail app.It brought functions like snoozing emails, AI-powered Smart Reply and organized folder bundles.With these features, Inbox aimed to give users a better experience when dealing with their email.Inbox also gave Google a chance to test out new features before bringing them to Gmail.But when Google gave Gmail a major overhaul this year, it absorbed a lot of features that made Inbox special.
It's now been a full year since Apple announced it would release its first wireless charger to go along with the first iPhones that could be wirelessly charged.As is typical, pundits have speculated before each Apple news event since then that the company would finally reveal the device; that has yet to happen.Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman, who has been cited by MacRumors as having solid insight into upcoming announcements, wrote that Apple engineers hoped to launch the device by this month.But at an event that included the announcement of three new iPhones and an updated Apple Watch, that didn't happen.Jack Gold, principal analyst with J.There's little doubt Apple will be charging a hefty price premium for its triple-device charging pad, according to Gold.
Forget about dragging an axe out to the woods this holiday season.Amazon will deliver a Christmas tree to your door.Amazon will wrap and ship fresh-cut, full-size Christmas trees -- think Douglas firs and Norfolk Island pines -- beginning in November, according to the Associated Press.The seasonal fixtures are expected to ship within 10 days of their harvesting, quick enough that they should survive without problem, according to the report.A 7-foot Fraser fir from a North Carolina farm will reportedly cost $115.They'll be shipped in Amazon's customary cardboard boxes.
They have agreed a contract with Socios.com, an online voting website that looks to increase supporter engagement in football clubs while offering teams a chance to monetize their fanbase.Socios will develop a mobile and desktop app for PSG where supporters can buy tokens as a form of digital money.Using these tokens, fans will be able to participate in polls, and offer feedback and comments about their team.Token owners will also be able to access rewards and experiences exclusively through the app with fully digital transactions courtesy of blockchain technology.The intention of the move is to enhance fan engagement with the club.That will include fans that come to our games every week at the Park de Princes, that will include fans in Shanghai who will never get to experience a PSG game in Paris in the flesh.”
Gartner's rollercoaster trundles into exciting world of data managementGartner has turned its annual Hype Cycling gaze upon data management and found that – shock – expectations of Blockchain remain hopelessly inflated.It is first lauded by some press, is subject to marketing bluster, before admins at the coalface realise that, hey, maybe it doesn't work as promised and spend the next few years trying to make the thing actually function in the real world.Gartner squeezed out such a chart for Emerging Technology in August, which was a painful illustration, for investors at least, of how quickly a bubble can burst.For September, it is the turn of the somewhat more sober landscape of data management.Hadoop received a bit of a kicking in Gartner's 2017 report, which reckoned that enterprises saw more benefit in cloud-based data options than dealing with complexity of the Hadoop stack.
What happened: China’s supreme court has released rules for newly-formed internet-related courts, ordering them to recognize digital data as evidence if they have been verified by methods including blockchains.The court stated that evidence that has been verified by other methods including digital signatures and timestamps should also be accepted.Why it’s important: China has been moving to set up courts that deal specifically with internet-related issues as well as pushing the adoption of blockchain in government services.In 2017, the country set up the first court of this kind in Hangzhou, which has so far handled over 10,000 cases including cases of defamation, lending, and domain issues.In addition, China has been promoting the development of blockchain, with the technology being mentioned in the country’s latest five-year plan.Local governments have been implementing its use for securing documents including tax invoices, which have often been created fraudulently for numerous reasons, including tax deductions and remuneration from employers.
Snapdragon’s been talking up its new wearable chip architecture since Google I/O back in May.The component giant finally took the wraps off the product at an event earlier today in San Francisco.As one imagines from the I/O partnership, Wear 3100 has Google’s smartwatch operating system firmly in its sites.And not a moment too soon, really.In spite of a handful of updates, Wear OS has felt pretty stagnant for some time.Not even the rebrand from Android Wear could help shake loose the cobwebs.