Madeleine Vogel

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AB Volvo is considering selling the business, which is engaged with the manufacture and sale of specially-designed vehicles to governments and armed forces.Management has done a strategic review of the business area, which accounts for about 1.5 per cent of the Volvo group's total turnover, and think now to initiate a sales process, according to a press release.the Business has approximately 1 300 employees, mainly in France.Subscribe to the Ny Teknik free e-mail newsletter about the vehicle!
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The great thing about smartphones is that you can charge any of them over USB with whatever cable came in the box.The vast majority of high-end Android smartphones nowadays support either Quick Charge 3.0 or 2.0.Quick Charge 3.0 devices are backwards compatible with the slightly slower 2.0 spec, so at this point, we d recommend future-proofing and buying 3.0 chargers, even if your current phone doesn t support it.USB-C is a remarkable little port that can handle a ton of power, and heretofore unheard of amounts of data, all through a tiny, reversible connector.For example, the Google Pixel smartphone can charge at up to 18W, the 12" Apple MacBook charges at 29W, and the 13" and 15" MacBook Pros charge at 61W and 87W respectively.Wall chargers generally fare better, though we haven t seen any third party chargers as powerful as Apple s MacBook Pro charging bricks.
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Akseli Reho tilastoitiin tuoremmissa verotiedoissa Satakunnan suurituloisimmaksi.Verotettavia tuloja hänellä oli lähes 5,5 miljoonaa euroa, joista pääomatuloja oli 5,3 miljoonaa euroa, kirjoittaa Ilta-Sanomat.Reho perusti lähes 20 vuotta sitten Clothing -yrityksen, joka kehitti muun muassa urheilurintaliivit naisille, jotka mittaavat käyttäjästään tietoja tämän urheilusuorituksen aikana.Yrityksestä kasvoi 10 miljoonan euron liikevaihdon yritys.Reho myi puoliksi omistamansa yrityksen amerikkalaisille vuosi sitten.Reho on nyt sapattivapaalla ja elää tavallista ja yksinkertaista elämää.
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Den tionde november börjar Google att skeppa ut sitt nya VR-headset Daydream View.Prislappen för headsetet landar på 79 dollar, alltså cirka 700 kronor.Men vi i Sverige får nog vänta ett tag för lanseringsdatumet rör endast USA, Kanada, Storbritannien, Tyskland och Australien.Daydream View är ett virtual reality-headset på 220 gram som fungerar med telefoner med stöd för Googles VR-plattform Daydream, som Googles Pixel.Fler kompatibla telefoner väntas släppas inom en snar framtid.Vid lansering kommer det att finnas spel och applikationer redo för tekniken, som ett racingspel och en applikation för börshandel.
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For the past 6 years we have been told, THIS would be the year of the 3D Printer.As much as manufacturers would love for every man, woman and child to suddenly decide they need a 3D printer, it just has not happened.While there are many explanations for why 3D printers have not gone mainstream, one factor has been price.How good could a sub $230 3D Printer really be?To find out we had XYZPrinting send us a sample unit and we did this full video review of the da Vinci miniMaker -No Bells and Whistles, But Plenty of Function
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Halloween is when we get to dress up as the most horrific visions imaginable, and for some tech-focused revelers, it turns out that the burning Samsung Galaxy Note7 is the perfect nightmare costume.A couple of weeks ago, we showed you the costume one clever person came up with, but this new batch of Note7 costumes raises the bar to a new level.From dressing as a Note7 on fire to donning fake scorched Samsung lab technician coats, the attention being paid to the ill-fated device this Halloween proves that consumers won't soon forget the company's epic failure.Here are 10 of the best Samsung Galaxy Note7 costumes worn this Halloween:
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Osoitteellisten kirjeiden määrä laski yhdeksän prosenttia.Posti Groupin liikevaihto laski heinä-syyskuussa puoli prosenttia 371,5 miljoonaan euroon.Vertailukelpoinen liikevaihto laski 2,9 prosenttia.Oikaistu liiketulos heikkeni kaksi prosenttia 7,5 miljoonaan euroon.Postin kotimaan rahti kasvoi rahtikirjoissa mitattuna kahdeksan prosenttia.Elokuussa Posti osti lämpösäädeltyyn logistiikkaan erikoistuneen Veinen.
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While plenty of basics went as Harambe or sexy Ken Bone this Halloween weekend, one Twitter user brought us this year s most smartest meme costume.In June, comedian Katie Dippold s Halloween TBT went mega-viral when she shared a picture of her dressed up as the Babadook with the caption, Tbt to Halloween when I dressed as the babadook but my friend s house had more of a grown ups drinking wine vibe.David Sanchez, or @gotham146, flipped Dippold s tweet on its head, sharing a picture of three babadooks and a woman drinking wine with the caption, Tbt to Halloween when I went to my friend s house for a grown ups drinking wine party but there was more of a babadook vibe.And so a new meme is born.
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Uusi Peugeot 3008 on saanut kroppaansa hieman lisää kulmikkuutta.Täysin uudistunut 3008 haastaa Qashqain ja muut kilpakumppanit varustelulla ja ajettavuudella.Teho: 96 kW 130 hv Kiihtyvyys: 10,6 s. 0-100 km/hYhdistetty kulutus: 5,0 l/100 kmPeugeot lähtee C-segmentin SUV-huumaan jälkijunassa täysin uudella 3008-mallillaan.
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Pumpkin-carving doesn't have to be just something kids do for Halloween.It can be a serious art form.Professional artists often take up the craft of sculpting faces into pumpkins, most of which are much creepier than your standard Jack-o-lantern.Check out some of the best artist pumpkin creations culled from Instagram below.
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Reuters – After Facebook s removal of an iconic Vietnam war photo stirred an international uproar last month, the social network s executives quickly backtracked and cleared its publication.But the image – showing a naked Vietnamese girl burned by napalm – had previously been used in training sessions as an example of a post that should be removed, two former Facebook employees told Reuters.Trainers told content-monitoring staffers that the photo violated Facebook policy, despite its historical significance, because it depicted a naked child, in distress, photographed without her consent, the employees told Reuters.The social network has taken great pains to craft rules that can be applied uniformly with minimal discretion.The reversal on the war photo, however, shows how Facebook s top executives sometimes overrule company policy and its legions of low- and mid-level content monitors.Facebook has often insisted that it is a technology company – not a media company – but an elite group of at least five senior executives regularly directs content policy and makes editorial judgment calls, particularly in high-profile controversies, eight current and former Facebook executives told Reuters.One of those key decision-makers – Justin Osofsky, who runs the community operations division – wrote a Facebook post acknowledging that the removal of the war photo was a mistake.Sometimes, he wrote, the global and historical significance of a photo like Terror of War outweighs the importance of keeping nudity off Facebook.Facebook spokeswoman Christine Chen declined to comment on the company s use of the photo in training sessions.Facebook has long resisted calls to publicly detail its policies and practices on censoring postings.That approach has drawn criticism from users who have had content removed and free-speech advocates, who cite a lack of transparency and a lack of an appeals process for many content decisions.At the same time, some governments and anti-terror groups are pressuring the company to remove more posts they consider offensive or dangerous.The current and former Facebook executives, most of them speaking on condition of anonymity, told Reuters in detail how complaints move through the company s content-policing apparatus.The toughest calls, they said, rise to an elite group of executives.Another of the key decision-makers is Global Policy Chief Monika Bickert, who helped rule on the fracas over the war photo.
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Apple is doubling down on video content with a new TV app for Apple TV, CEO Tim Cook announced today.At a special event at the Apple Campus, Cook described the service as one place to watch all your digital TV content.The free TV app draws together content from across a user s apps, including HBO Now, Amazon Prime and Netflix, and allows users to pick up shows on their iPhone or iPad.The app also lets users tune into live channels.It will be available in the US before the end of the year.
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The scariest time of year has arrived, and I don t mean election season.To help users get in the Halloween spirits, Facebook Live has taken a page from Snapchat and rolled out some spooky new face filters that take the form of masks.Among the options to choose from are a witch, skull, jack o lantern, and a handful of animals, including a panda.To get your live stream on with a mask, simply start recording and tap the magic wand icon in the upper-left corner of the app, and then choose the masks button from the menu that appears at the bottom of the screen.But that s not all Facebook has rolled out for the holiday; for a limited time reactions have also been given the Halloween treatment.The buttons include a surprised ghost, an angry pumpkin, a cackling witch, and sad Frankenstein.
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Over the past few months, we ve heard rumblings about Tesla s efforts to eventually introduce a Tesla Network, effectively a ridesharing service operated by self-driving Tesla vehicles.During a Tesla event last week, where Tesla introduced hardware capable of supporting fully autonomous driving, the company noted that using a self-driving Tesla for ridesharing will only be permissible on the Tesla Network, details of which will be released next year.Clearly, Tesla has its eyes on competing with the likes of Uber and Lyft, but the company isn t exactly looking to get rich off such a plan.On the contrary, it wants to put all of that ridesharing money into the pockets of Tesla drivers themselves.DON T MISS: We have some bad news about next year s iPhone 8When Musk was asked about the Tesla Network and how the rumored initiative fits into the company s overall vision of the future, Musk articulated that fully autonomous Tesla vehicles will be able to generate ridesharing income for owners while they don t need it.
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Earnings can vary significantly from one hour to the next, and then there's the question of who exactly is getting into theirBut, then, of course, they also come across their fair share of stinkers.To find out which passenger behaviors rub drivers the wrong way, we asked them to chime in.
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This was a time before streaming boxes, smart TVs and apps on games consoles, when Windows Media Centre was pretty much your only 'computer under the telly' option.The first is a Plex Player, which is either a web browser or an app that s available for nearly every smart TV, streaming box, games console and mobile/tablet out there.Firstly, who wants to have to go and turn their computer on and leave it running in order to watch a movie?Secondly, as much as I personally love my Synology NAS, most people just don t have the time or the technical knowledge to set one up.And, because it s using Amazon s super-fast network, you don t have to worry about your probably rubbish home broadband upload speeds being an issue.Not quite, but it is a very impressive debut.
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Ah, Canada: a land of wide-open spaces to test automonous driving software, and people too polite to blow up your spot.Well, until Mark Gurman catches on.Gurman and Gerrit De Vynck at Bloomberg reported Wednesday that Apple has dozens of software engineers working out of an office outside of Ottawa, Ontario—just a five minute walk from BlackBerry s QNX division, which provides automotive software.Two of those hires include Dan Dodge, former QNX CEO; and Derrick Keefe, a senior engineer with a decade of experience, according to Bloomberg s anonymous sources.The self-driving car startup AdasWorks, for example, has a deal to integrate its software into QNX s operating system, which is currently used mostly for infotainment.QNX s platform powers the systems like BMW ConnectedDrive, Ford Sync3, Buick Intellilink, and others, in more than 60 million vehicles so far.
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Toyota to develop driver assistance systems, but does not intend to replace the driver.Toyota does not consider fully autonomous car development as the most important issue.Toyota plans to keep manufacturing of their cars are still human drivers, not robots under control."Fully autonomous car is not what we seek," said Toyota's safety technology development Seigo Kuzumaki Automotive News Europe."our Goal is to reduce the number of accidents."Kuzumakin according to the completely without the driver drive the car the place is in limited areas, and even in those circumstances have to be ideal.
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French startup Dataiku has been profitable for the past three years.But the company wants to go further and is raising a $14 million Series A round led by FirstMark Capital with all existing investors also investing.Dataiku helps data scientists and data analysts manage huge sets of data to get some insights about what s happening with their customers, suppliers, transactions and more.Our goal is to grow the company and become well-known, co-founder and CEO Florian Douetteau told me.We want to become a global player in the analytics industry.As machine learning and big data are becoming more and more important, a collaborative tool like Dataiku could be key when it comes to prototyping data-driven models and extracting data.
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the Company Impact coating, manufacturing coating for fuel cells, has signed an agreement with chinese China hydrogen energy, writing Affärsliv.com.linköping company expects according to the site that the agreement, which covers both the beläggningssystemet and consumables, is worth sek 100 million for the first three years.fuel cell systems to be used in buses, trucks and cars of several chinese vehicle manufacturers.
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