However, you can find workarounds to get yourself back online before you resort to picking up a book or taking a long stroll outside—here’s what to try first, after you established it’s not just your router or the whole internet that’s borked.The obvious move when your Wi-Fi keels over is to switch to a mobile phone network to get online, though this is dependent on the strength of the coverage in your area, and the data plans available to you.It can be a lifesaver if you’ve got work to do at home but it’s not really suitable for binge-watching whole seasons on Netflix.Another alternative is to buy a dedicated mobile hotspot device specifically for getting online when your usual internet isn’t available.It’s not cheap, but it can pretty effectively replace your home broadband connection in an emergency, as long as you’re not relying on it for weeks on end and you have decent 4G coverage at your house.There are a host of hardware options and plans from the major networks so have a shop around and see what deals you can get.
Flying a drone and using it to record video or take pictures is a pretty exciting experience all its own, but if you want to make it more exhilarating, then DJI‘s new Goggles might be for you.Though DJI Goggles don’t really have much of an inspired name, they’ll give you a birds-eye view of the action as your drone flies through the sky.If any of the many drone accessories are worthy of your consideration, it sounds like it might be these.Originally revealed alongside DJI’s Mavic Pro, it initially sounded like DJI Goggles wouldn’t be available separately.We now know that isn’t the case, with listings for standalone Goggles appearing on DJI’s website.This listing is accompanied by a list of technical specifications, so today we’re getting a better idea of what we can expect from this headset.
Det tyska matleveransbolaget Delivery Hero ökade omsättningen med 79 procent till 297 miljoner euro under 2016 – motsvarande 2,86 miljarder kronor med dagens växelkurs.Bolagets tjänst påminner om exempelvis Onlinepizza – som ägs av just Delivery Hero – fast i global skala.Tillväxten var som högst i Mellanöstern/Nordafrika och Amerika där den steg med 148 procent respektive 117 procent.Bolaget uppger att den totala försäljningen drevs på tack vare en ökning i både den organiska tillväxten så väl som den externa.Berlin-baserade Delivery Hero har idag ett nätverk som omfattar 271 000 restauranger i över 40 länder.Svensken Niklas Östberg som är grundare av företaget uppgav i ett pressmeddelande att man för 2017 planerar att fortsätta investera och överväga olika finansieringsalternativ, inklusive en potentiell börsnotering.
If the job calls for building a high-performance database engine, sure, algorithmic questions make sense.But when there are entire books written on how to “crack” programming interviews, you know the process itself has become a thing that people are trying to get good at.Let’s go back to the basics.The problem is that interviews and tests have become far too commonplace -- to the point of them just being rituals.At Dollar Shave Club, our consumer brand is pretty strong, but behind the scenes, we are a strong, technology-focused company and have a team of 50 engineers working on our e-commerce, billing, fulfillment, CRM, marketing automation, data and infrastructure systems.I strive hard to not keep candidates hanging between interview rounds, so I typically let them know within 24-48 hours if we’re moving forward with them or not.
If there’s a better way to kick off the new week than with a great deal on a motion-sensing toilet light, we don’t know what it is.Other highlights from today’s best daily Amazon deals include Apple’s W1-equipped BeatsX wireless earbuds at an all-time low price, $95 off Garmin’s best-selling run tracker, a $100 discount on Samsung’s brand new 65-inch 4K TV, a $20 cable modem that’ll save you $80 per year or more on your cable bill, our favorite waffle maker, a great deal on a dash cam, and more.See all of Monday’s best bargains below.Follow @BGRDeals on Twitter to keep up with the latest and greatest deals we find around the web.BGR Deals content is independent of Editorial and Advertising, and BGR may receive a commission on purchases made through our posts.
We know that there are a lot of open source (open source) available on the web that we are thinking of using.There are clearly a number of risks with open source as you should be aware of before you start to use it.to give you a good answer, we'll go through a few questions:What is open source and what are the benefits of using it?the owner of the Copyright can both prevent others from using the software and, through licensing, to allow others (i.e. licensees) using it.Traditional licenses are usually provided against remuneration and contain various limitations for use, for example, that the licensee may not take part or make changes in the source code.
For Earth Day on Saturday, many Twitter users wanted to say something festive.However this planet-size topic means that all the memes and jokes didn't exactly fall into one category.Even saving the Earth can be funny.You knew there would be political references.Corporations and celebrities wanted to look engaged without being too controversial.Even fictional characters weighed in.
Inclusive marketing is a technique that consumers may not be able to pinpoint, but for many businesses, it's the secret ingredient behind creating ads that set out to empower people and create confidence amongst consumers.Inclusive marketing is marketing that doesn't specifically target one demographic nor does it rely on the traditional stereotypes we set up amongst ourselves and with other peopleOn the other side of the coin, not all brands utilize inclusive marketing correctly.There have been a handful of brands over the past several months who have tried to take a stab at inclusive marketing, but to their dismay, their message was not received by the masses in the way they had hoped (looking at you, Pepsi).However, when executed correctly, inclusive marketing has the potential to make serious impacts for any business of any size.Nigel Barker, internationally renowned photographer who’s been highly esteemed for his 17 seasons as photographer and judge on the hit TV show America’s Next Top Model, has spent majority of his career working on marketing campaigns and advertisements for a plethora major fashion, makeup, and beauty labels.
Helsingborgsbolaget Inyett have created a service that will ensure that companies do not pay their invoices wrong.By to check up on all vendors and the amounts before the payments are going out Inyett warn their customers of abnormal amounts of a rogue company.An example is when The municipality was to send 300 false invoices – but was stopped by the techbolaget.Inyett was founded back in 2009 and have long struggled to find the right on the market with its solution.a year has gone from 7 to 23 employees and opened three new sales offices in Stockholm, Gothenburg and even Oslo.We also know that the problem is the same in England, Germany and the united states,” says the company's ceo Jone Sölvik.
Nintendo’s Switch console is insanely popular right now.In fact, the only way to buy one is still to pay a premium on Amazon.Since it’s mostly out of stock, it’s also a golden opportunity for hackers looking to take advantage of buyers who haven’t been able to get their hands on the device.In fact, these early Nintendo Switch scams have already caught the attention of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which issued an official warning on the matter.The FTC says that there’s no Switch emulator that would let you play Zelda or other games on a computer while you wait for the console to arrive.Instead, hackers might be targeting unsuspecting users with malicious software meant to take advantage of their desire to get on the Switch bandwagon.
We have touched the subject of the new Doogee Mix with bezel-free design in our article today already along the first hands-on video.But with the follow-up news we have for you just now it will look even better.Because seems like that the phone is going to be available with a sub-$200 price tag…It’s nice to see that the hardware will be matching the nice design and it certainly won’t be a low-end product like many of the Doogee models before.And what is certainly worth noting is the fact, that it’s body will be fairly small and compact when compared with the larger Mi Mix or Samsung S8 with similar design.Yes those are sporting bigger displays with 6,44″ and 5,7″ respectively, but still the 5,5″ Super AMOLED screen looks just enough and the body too, you can see the comparison in the title picture.Join GizChina on TelegramDoogee Mix is currently showcased at the Global Sources fair in HongKong and while there are black and blue versions on display, there will be also one light blue coming, as documented by the picture above.
Wu arrives today, Out of Office launches in a few weeksFrom the room where Mic publisher Cory Haik is speaking over the phone to Fishbowl, she can see the publication’s newest hire, Stephanie Wu, getting settled on what is her first day.“There’s a lot of excitement about Stephanie,” says Haik of Wu, who joins as editor, food and travel, and will be responsible for overseeing Out of Office, the food and travel-focused digital channel that is set to launch in a few weeks.When it does, it will be joining a lineup of seven topic-specific digital channels Mic introduced at the end of March.In many ways, the path Wu has set for herself mirrors what Haik hopes to achieve with Out of Office, from Wu’s “experience in the luxury world of travel and food” to “her very entrepreneurial and scrappy sensibility to build something and to build an audience” to the “community-building Stephanie will be uniquely suited for.” Haik is describing Wu’s most recent role as senior editor at Travel Leisure as well as her role as founder, in 2008, of Mochi Magazine, a that describes itself as “dedicated to young Asian American women.”“It’s such a modern approach to journalism, to publishing,” says Haik, “to work at someplace like Travel Leisure but then also build your own brand and your own publication by way of harnessing the power of internet and growing your audience by social.”
Mayfield Robotics’ Kuri was the surprise hit of CES 2017, but the robot companion isn’t relying solely on cutesy looks to charm users, with a new set of features announced today.Intended to bring domestic robotics into the mainstream, Kuri – which looks like a cross between a Roomba and a Wall-E character – is gaining a new set of behaviors that Mayfield calls “romojis” or robot emojis.Although they might look like they’re just for entertainment, they’re actually going to be pretty important for daily life with the ‘bot.Since the robot can’t actually speak itself, only communicating in bleeps and bloops, and there’s no display, just a light effect in the chest, Mayfield has had to get creative about giving user feedback.It’s a big deal, because Kuri is getting voice interactions to control the robot.For instance, since you train it with the layout of your home during setup, you can subsequently say “Hey Kuri, go to the kitchen” and the robot will trundle off automatically.
Microsoft acquired the popular mobile to do list application Wunderlist back in 2015, and now it’s preparing users for its eventual demise with the release of its new application “To-Do,” announced today.The new app was built by the team behind Wunderlist, and will bring in the favorite elements of that app in the months ahead, Microsoft says.The company also added that it won’t shut down Wunderlist until it’s confident that it has “incorporated the best of Wunderlist into To-Do.”In the meantime, Microsoft is encouraging Wunderlist users to make the switch by offering an importer that will bring in your lists and to-dos from Wunderlist into To-Do, where those items will now be available in other Microsoft products, like Exchange and Outlook.At the time of the leaks, that was a fairly bare bones to-do app that let users create lists, add items, set reminders, and sync lists across platforms.The only interesting feature was that it was able to offer suggestions of tasks to add to a list – something that has now transformed into To-Do’s “Intelligent Suggestions” feature.
Exoplanet discoveries in the past decade have made it clear there are plenty of other solar systems, but in the last year we've increasingly spotted new worlds that indicate there may be plenty of other Earths out there too.On Wednesday, a newly discovered and relatively nearby planet vaulted toward the top of the growing list of exoplanets worth a closer look for signs of alien creepy-crawlies or ... who knows?The planet orbits a faint red dwarf star named LHS 1140 just 40 light-years away in the constellation Cetus, named after the sea monster.Astronomers say it's larger than Earth, but appears to be rocky and temperate and likely has an atmosphere."This is the most exciting exoplanet I've seen in the past decade," said Jason Dittmann of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA).He's also lead author of a paper on the discovery (PDF link) to be published in Thursday's issue of the journal Nature.
I came across this blog post about how this guy hired a copywriter to write up his workshop's sale page and it backfired on him.Apparently, people was emailing him that the sale page the copywriter originally wrote left manipulative and such.Here's the blog post in details: https://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/2010/06/cgw-sales-page-lessons/The guy (Steve) took down the whole sale page down and rewrote it into this: https://www.stevepavlina.com/conscious-growth-workshop/ and https://www.stevepavlina.com/conscious-life-workshop/He says the sale page he rewrote doesn't contain any "sales tactics" and such.It is possible to write copy in a upfront, honest way w/o all the copywriting techniques and manipulating people into buying products?
European Space Agency calls for measures to prevent 50 percent increase in catastrophic satellite collisionsThe journey towards global wireless internet could result in a significant increase in the volume of ‘space junk’ within the earth’s orbit, according to a senior lecturer in aerospace engineering at the University of Southampton.Companies such as Google and SpaceX are planning to launch “mega constellations” of satellites into low orbit in an effort to provide global broadband networks, but the deployment of thousands of new satellites would likely lead to a rise in catastrophic collisions.Dr Hugh Lewis ran a 200-year simulation and found that the number of incidents between satellites could rise by as much as 50 percent due to such an increase in orbital traffic.“The constellations that are due to be deployed from next year contain an unprecedented number of satellites, and a constellation launched without much thought will see a significant impact on the space environment because of the increased rate of collisions that might occur,” he said.There are currently around 750,000 objects larger than 1cm orbiting Earth, travelling at average speeds of 40,000 km/h, meaning the space junk issue is already a very real one that future voyagers will have to navigate.
If you’ve ever been to a festival, you’ll know that losing your cell phone during the event is often a concern.At Coachella, the problem seemed to be reaching epidemic proportions over the weekend.But revelers weren’t losing their devices; they were being stolen – more than 130 of them.According to an Indio Police Department statement, the suspect was 36-year-old Reinaldo De Jesus Henao, who was arrested on suspicion of grand theft and possession of stolen property.He was tracked down by festival goers who used the “find my iPhone” feature to pinpoint his location.“I noticed some chatter on social media about phones disappearing on Reddit,” Indio Police Sergeant Dan Marshall told Gizmodo.
Tesla dropped the price on their entry-level Model S, with a $7,500 discount to the 75kWh version, which now starts at $69,500.The price drop comes as Tesla stops selling the 60kWh model, which it discontinued recently and sold only until remaining stop ran out.The price drop also comes with upgraded standard equipment, meaning you’ll get a better value overall.These include the all-glass overhead roof, and an automatic powered rear lift gate as standard features across all Model S battery options.Electrek reports that in addition to those changes, some other tweaks mean you can only get certain options on higher-priced models now, which it looks like are designed to help make sure the company continues to see a healthy mix of buyers at all points in its pricing matrix.The Model S still isn’t “cheap” by any stretch of the imagination, but the pricing and option changes do mean your money goes farther at the entry-level for the vehicle lineup.
the job of a large part of the hidden jobs.If you want to find, keep social media profiles, and especially your LinkedIn site to be fit and actively updated.”We have an internal talent hunters, who use, for example, linkedin for good at it that they will gather in certain areas of the talent pool and are actively potential future telialaisiin context”, says telia's Employer Branding & Recruitment Manager Sanna Lavonen.CV in shape and search on the internetTalent hunters do not just fill vacancies, but are looking for suitable people in the near future the prospects for recruiting purposes.you Should hit, because Telia recruitment in Finland this year, 500 employees, summer workers including.