Marie Haines

Marie Haines

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I hate spam and I don't want to be part of it.
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För tre år sedan satt Therese Grahn i pysselrummet hemma med sina två döttrar.Den andra lekte med en app.Själv skulle Therese Grahn precis lägga en beställning på nätet.Där och då fick Therese Grahn idén, som skulle leda till att hon sade upp sig från det trygga jobbet som storkundsansvarig på Telenor.Tänk om barnen själva kunde designa saker via en app, som föräldern sedan kan beställa och få hem i brevlådan.Ger man dem ett vitt papper blir det någonting helt annat , säger Therese Grahn.
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Much later, I think, than anyone wanted.Back in 2015, CBS and Paramount filed a lawsuit against the Star Trek fan film Axanar, alleging copyright infringement.CBS and Paramount s lawyers responded with 28 pages of very specific examples, ranging from the appearance of Vulcans to the whole of the Klingon language.Things got even weirder in May of 2016, when J.J. Abrams stepped into the fray, saying that suing over the film wasn t an appropriate way of dealing with fans.What did happen was that the Paramount and CBS released a set of rules that, if followed, would protect fan films from lawsuits.And then, the parties were back in court a month after Abrams said the suit was going away.
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Many of the improperly issued certificates—which contained the string "test" in various places in a likely indication they were created for test purposes—were revoked within an hour of being issued.Still, the move represents a major violation by Symantec, which in 2015 .Ayer discovered the unauthorized certificates by analyzing the publicly available , a project started by Google for auditing the issuance of Chrome-trusted credentials.Normally, Google requires CAs to report only the issuance of so-called , which offer a higher level of trust because they verify the identity of the holder, rather than just the control of the domain.Following Symantec's previously mentioned 2015 mishap, however, .Had Symantec not been required to report all certificates, there's a strong likelihood the violation never would have come to light.
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Annoying news for BT customers today as the company is expected to announce an above inflation price rises that will affect every BT broadband and TV customer.According to cable.co.uk, all basic broadband packages are rising by £2/month, with BT Infinity fibre rising by £2.50/month.Line rental is staying at £18.99 but cost per minute is going up by a penny for calls to both mobiles and landlines.Call setup fees - the flat rate fee that you pay per call by making a connection - has increased by 2p to 21p.In other words, it's probably good news that nobody under the age of 70 has made a landline call in the last decade.If you have any anytime call plan, the monthly fee is going up by 49p to £8.99, and if you have an evenings and weekends package it is increasing by 30p to £3.80/month.
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the Market for streaming video is becoming increasingly challenging – and now, for example e-handelsgiganten Amazon into the match.But pioneer Netflix is going like a train.When the company yesterday reported for the last quarter of 2016, so it turns out that, during the period was 7.1 million new subscribers globally.It is far better than the 5.2 million that analysts thought, writes the news agency Reuters.They have chosen their goals, both in the united states and the rest of the world, despite the fact that they raised the prices.Netflix mention in the report that originalserierna Marvel's Luke Cage, and the british drama The Crown has gone right around the world.
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President-elect Donald Trump said that Apple CEO Tim Cook "loves this country" and that he's "got his eyes open" to US-based manufacturing, in an interview with Axios' Mike Allen published on Wednesday.Trump repeatedly talked about Apple on the campaign trail, vowing to make the company build its products, like the iPhone, in the United States.Here's what Trump said: "I really believe he loves this country and I think he'd like to do something major here.And I told him, I said, 'Tim, it's going to be a big achievement the day you start building some of your big plants in this country instead of other countries.'And I think he's got his eyes open to it."Cook was a Hillary Clinton supporter and held a fundraiser for her in August 2016.But it turns out Apple may stand to benefit from a Trump administration, especially if Trump is able to cut repatriation taxes, so that Apple could bring billions of dollars in overseas cash back to the United States.One of Trump's top priorities is striking deals with American companies so he can claim that his administration is saving or creating American jobs.Apple building a big factory would be a huge win for Trump's trade policy.But Apple is already supporting American manufacturing.
Finland
the materials industry, the company Arconic envisioned in the near future to the construction of a five-kilometer-high skyscrapers.on Its surface the material would cleanse themselves as well as the surrounding air.royal Highness, in addition, the building would also be other ways exceptional.Arconicin planned skyscraper would include, inter alia, retractable balconies and self cleaning surfaces.plans for the five-kilometer skyscraper to build a are part of the Arconicin wider The Jetsons-process.the Process ranks in the year 2062, when the innovative technologies allowing, for example, 3D-printed the recovery in construction
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Gigabyte Aorus Motherboards: A Closer LookWhile the summer and winter DreamHack events in Sweden are the most prolific, a series of smaller ones take place throughout the year.Launched with the Intel Z270 chipset, Aorus is Gigabyte's answer to Asus ROG and other premium gaming brands and will soon be expanded into other realms like VGA and peripherals to serve as the premium Gigabyte brand across its product range.Other than on laptops, where Aorus has always been something of a separate entity, product will retain Gigabyte branding in name but Aorus will be dominant on the products themselves, going by the motherboards.As a brand mostly focussed on gaming, it will continue to have a global presence at events like DreamHack.The three main themes of Computex 2016 were RGB lighting, modding, and tempered glass.
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Chinese JD.com-the online shop of the counter according to a Tuesday at 12.45 already more than a million customers have booked a Finnish HMD:n new Nokia 6 -phone.the Reservation is not binding, but pays Phonearena.com-the site, about 9 million.the Amount is credited to the final transaction context.the Sale is supposed to begin the day after tomorrow 19. January.JD.com-the online store delivered to your phone real number is often clearly booking amount lower.booking number reflects the consumer interest in the phone.
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After all of the super cheap deals we brought you in November and December, iPhone 7 prices have largely returned to normal in January.EE and Mobiles.co.uk didn't get the memo though, as they've teamed up to push some market leading prices for the next week or so.These deals use a voucher code to reduce the upfront cost of each one by £20, leaving you with the cheapest iPhone 7 deals currently available on the EE network in the UK.Even without the £20 voucher code discount these exact deals are already £90 cheaper than they were last week.We've shopped around for you and the next best price for the same iPhone 7 32GB deal we found was £70 more expensive at e2save so these deals definitely get the TechRadar seal of approval!There are currently also some other interesting iPhone 7 deals out there on Vodafone which offer you 6 months half price and those deals work out a little cheaper than the ones on this page - but if you'd rather be on EE then the deals below are definitely the best out there.
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For a while, it was beginning to look like Android Wear 2.0's delays would turn it into Android Wear 3.0, but after a leak last week revealed that Google was planning to release it in early February, a new rumor pins a date on the long-awaited update.According to serial Android leaker Evan Blass, Google is targeting Feb. 9 as the release date for Android Wear 2.0, bringing a bunch of features that were first announced at Google I/O in May, including Android Pay support, third-party complications the fancy term for customizable faces , and integration with Google Assistant.Nearly 20 watches are currently on the list of devices ready to take advantage of the update, including popular models from Huawei, Motorola, and LG:LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTEAdditionally, Google announced at the end of last year that it would be unveiling a pair of watches to take advantage of the new update, marking the company s first foray into wearable hardware.While the new watches won t bear the Google or Pixel name, Google has said it worked closely with the as-yet-unnamed partner on the production of the devices.
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Det thailändska Gripen-plan som störtade under en flyguppvisning blev sannolikt omöjligt att hantera efter ett pilotfel, säger flygsäkerhetsexperten Hans Kjäll.Ett videoklipp på Youtube visar hur det svensktillverkade Gripen-flygplanet dånar fram över ett flygfält i Hat Yai i Songkhla, hur det vänder i luften och därefter flyger med full fart rakt ner i backen.Stridsflygplanets pilot Dilokrit Pattavee lyckades inte skjuta ur sig och omkom i kraschen, som inträffade vid halv tio-tiden på lördagen under en flyguppvisning, skriver Bangkok Post.Helene Lindstrand, presschef på Saab som tillverkar Gripen, vill inte uttala sig om möjliga orsaker till kraschen, men konstaterar att de står beredda att bistå haveriutredningen med information om flygplanet.– Vi samlar kunskap och information om det som inträffar på olika sätt, så vi följer naturligtvis det som händer, säger Lindstrand till TT.– Det är en oerhört tråkig dag, framför allt tänker man på personerna som är direkt inblandade, piloten som dessvärre omkom och hans familj.
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Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton has announced that he is stepping down to focus on his chairman position at messaging app owner Snap Inc., the company announced on Friday.The executive will give up his current position at Sony's movie, TV and music division on 2 February, but will remain as co-CEO for six months to help Sony president and CEO Kazuo Hirai find a replacement.As an early investor in Snapchat, co-founded by 26-year-old Evan Spiegel, Lynton has been on the company's board for four years.Hirai will temporarily serve as chairman and co-CEO of Sony Entertainment and will have a second office at Sony Picture Entertainment's offices in Culver City, California.Lynton's tenure at Sony Entertainment began in 2004 when he was appointed chairman and chief executive of Sony Pictures Entertainment.In April last year, he was appointed CEO of Sony Corporation in charge of Pictures and Music businesses.
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The OxygenOS version 4.0.1 featuring an upgrade to Android 7.0 Nougat is now available for OnePlus 3T.As the over-the-air OTA update is rolling out in phases, it might not be available for all users at the moment.But those who don't want to wait for the update notification may check out the following guides to install the update manually.Given below are two step-by-step guides — one for rooted phones and the other for non-rooted phones running stock recovery.You might follow either of them depending on the root status of your phone.The OTA file and full zip for Oxygen OS along with the detailed procedure to get the update has been shared by the OnePlus forum.
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Is the peace sign one of your preferred picture poses?Then you might want to keep reading.Doing the innocent-enough peace sign may actually put perhaps your most sensitive bit of biometric information out there for hackers to exploit, researchers at the National Institute of Informatics NII in Japan have discovered.The NII team found that, if the lighting and clarity of the picture are high enough, a person's fingerprint can be recreated from a photograph taken up to three meters about 10 feet away.Biometric data has successfully been recreated and used before, as The Telegraph notes, but this is yet another reminder that as technology gets better at capturing minute details, it can also put us at greater security risk.That said, actually making a physical fingerprint from a photo is an entirely different matter, and probably too complicated for most nefarious types to even consider trying.
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the Swedish-british konstsajten Artfinder NTL continues to grow fast.the Company was previously a kind of Wikipedia for the art and took 2012 in venture capital from the venture capital company Northzone NTL .Today, the goal is to sell art to people who have previously purchased the posters at the museum and now want genuine be.At the end of march 2016 could Di Digital report to Artfinder was near to take in 30-35 Million, from, among others, Wellington Partners NTL .But now it is clear that the round had been severely delayed and it is ready only now.Then appeared the Oxford Capital up, and then we chose the road instead , " says Jonas Almgren, ceo and founder of Artfinder, with headquarters in London.
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Storytel has been a real börssuccé the past year with a rise of over 170 per cent.Now select the president and founder Jonas Tellander to take home a share of the profits.In finansinspektionens insider register, he appears to have the 13 January sold the 200,000 shares at a value of 10.7 million sek.the Sale was made at a rate of 53,50 per share, which compares with Friday's closing price on 54,25 crowns.To DI Digital says Jonas Tellander: There are few good times to sell.
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BMW, Volkswagen, Ford and Daimler are planning their own European supercharger network to help refill the electric cars of the future, with the current plan, the invention of technology permitting, being to create a grid of 350 kilowatt chargers -- that's nearly three times the charging capacity of the Tesla cars' supercharger.The group is planning to build around 400 of the ultra-fast chargers across Europe at first, so it should be possible to drive from Calais to Italy in your 2022-spec Ford Focus.According to Reuters, experts from power companies like Innogy, E.ON and Siemens are working with the European car specialists to develop the faster charging tech, although with Tesla's supercharger topping out at 120 kW, it might be a bit much to expect three times the capacity to suddenly become the norm.And it might all be too far off to really worry Tesla at the moment anyway, as a Ford spokesperson told the news service that talks with possible energy partners were underway; which means they're only at the businessmen-having-meetings-about-it stage.Want more updates from Gizmodo UK?Make sure to check out our @GizmodoUK Twitter feed, and our Facebook page.
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Rex Tillerson, former CEO of ExxonMobile, testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for his nomination as Secretary of State by Donald Trump on January 11, 2017.Tillerson, a 40-year veteran of one of the world s largest oil companies, is up for the country s most powerful diplomatic position at a time when climate change threatens global security.His noncommittal answers at today s hearing —including his refusal to admit that the scientific evidence for human-caused climate change is conclusive—didn t inspire confidence.Tillerson started the day with what sounded like a firm acknowledgement that he accepts the science on human-caused climate change.But as the hearing wore on, his spine seemed to soften. I came to the position over about 20 years as an engineer and a scientist.
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