Tillverkaren nämner inte G6 vid namn men vi skulle bli mycket förvånande om vi inte får se flaggskeppet under presskonferensen.En officiell uppgift om LG G6 finns redan, nämligen att telefonen erbjuder en 5,7-tumspanel med 2880 x 1440 pixlar och bildförhållandet 18:9 2:1 .Vi förväntar oss även en helt annan konstruktion än för fjolårets toppmodell, vilken ser ut att vara IP-klassad.
Slack have moved into more and more workplaces.And as more and more people join in to the different channels they will also start to be filled by long – sometimes very long discussions.It allows the flow becomes all the more difficult to understand.In the week launched a solution which is now being rolled out in a new update.It is about being able to detach the discussion from a flow and to bring even to your very own thread instead.you hover over a message, you can have the opportunity to start the new thread and to write their answers there instead.
A new malware for Mac OS has been discovered and appears to have been used in targeted attacks against the biotech company, reports the antivirus company Malwarebytes.the Program take screenshots, take pictures with the built-in camera,Apple has already added a definition for the malware, it in Xprotect, which prevents it from running on Macs that have the setting to Install system files and security updates is enabled in system preferences - App Store.Apple calls it did Fruitfly, while Malwarebytes has given it the name osx.backdoor.quimitchin.the Program is unusual as it mainly uses very old code.It communicates for example with the kernel with the Unix commands that are older than the modern Mac OS X , and use kodbiblioteket libjpeg that have not been updated since 1998.
Netflix had a huge beat on its Q4 subscriber growth numbers, both in the US and internationally, trouncing both Wall Street expectations and its own guidance.The stock popped more than 8% on the news.Netflix also beat on EPS and revenue, which was up 36% year-over-year.Here are the key numbers:Q4 EPS GAAP : $0.15, two cents above Wall Street forecasts of $0.13.Q4 revenue: $2.48 billion, roughly inline with Wall Street estimates of $2.47 billion, and up 36% year-over-year.Q4 US subscriber growth net additions : 1.93 million, well above Wall Street forecasts of 1.38 million, and Netflix's own guidance of 1.45 million.Q4 international subscriber growth net additions : 5.12 million, far above Wall Street forecasts of 3.78 million.Q1 subscriber growth guidance domestic : 1.5 million, below Wall Street forecasts of 1.72 million.Q1 subscriber growth guidance international : 3.7 million, compared to Wall Street forecasts of 3.5 million.Netflix also signaled that profit margins would tick up in 2017, though the company warned that it intended to continue spending aggresively.Big content spending"We are in no rush to push margins up too quickly, as we want to ensure we are investing aggressively enough tocontinue to lead internet TV around the world," the company wrote in its earnings letter.Netflix will spend a whopping $6 billion on content in 2017.Netflix said it is targeting about 7% operating margin for 2017, up from the about 4% annual operating margin the company has had for the last two years.With regards to content, Netflix said it will continue to invest in locally content, "focusing on local content that travels pan-regionally or across multiple territories, such as Japanese anime and Turkish dramas."It also emphasized the success of "3%," the Brazilian sci-fi series which it said "millions" of members watched subtitled in English.The one place Netflix fell short was in Q1 guidance for domestic subscriber growth, where it missed Wall Street's expectations.Netflix said that softness in Q1 is due to a tough comparison with Q1 of last year, where it blew past US subscriber targets, exceeding its forecasts by 27%.The company also believes that some of its Q4 results pulled forward subscribers from potential adds in Q1.Visit Markets Insider for constantly updated market quotes for individual stocks, ETFs, indices, commodities and currencies traded around the world.
Looks like we are on a world record kick this week.Yesterday we looked at the World s Smallest Drone and today we review the World s Fastest WiFi Router - the NETGEAR Nighthawk X10 AD7200 Smart WiFi Router.How fast can it go?These are the questions we set out to answer as we did a few weeks of real world testing with the Nighthawk X10 a big thank you to NETGEAR for supplying the router in exchange for our honest review .Please watch our video review of the Nighthawk X10 WiFi Router to see our test results -The Nighthawk X10, Expensive Router or Cheap Computer?
Linköpingsbolaget Donya Labs, which has developed the software Simplygon is one of Linköping's brightest startupstjärnor.the Company was founded in 2006 and when the Di Digital interviewed the company in april was expected to put 60 million during 2016, including through partnerships with several major automakers about self-driven cars.Read more: VR-pioneer helps brands to become TeslaBut now announces software giant Microsoft to buy the company.the Acquisition is a important piece of the puzzle in Microsoft's vision and strategy to make available 3D for all , writes Microsoft in a press release.No purchase price is not known but given the Donya Labs, strong growth and technical knowledge in if hajpade areas such as 3D and VR, it is reasonable that there is about a three-digit millions.
In the fall is rumored Apple release both the Iphone 7 and Iphone 8, where the latter is claimed to get the oled screen.According to a new report from Digitimes has had other, smaller manufacturers to be concerned over the availability of oled panels.Apple's enormous production gives the company a huge influence over suppliers and it can do that the prices are pushed up and that the other may find it difficult to manufacture its products in larger volumes.It can also be lack of other components, such as memory, lcd screens and optical sensors when chinese brands like Huawei, Oppo and Vivo take up more space on the market and are betting more on high-end models.Read more: All the rumors about the Iphone 7 and Iphone 8
Gears of War 4 was one of the top exclusives for the Xbox One last year, but if you didn't pick it up then you're back in luck.You'll be able to grab it now for the cheapest price we've seen so far.Both Amazon UK and Game are selling Gears of War 4 on Xbox One for only £19.99.How long the deal will last is currently unclear, so be sure to grab it as soon as possible if you're in the mood for a blood-soaked shooter.Gears of War 4 comes with all the monster grinding action you've become accustomed to in the series, but is set 25 years after the end of the last game.The beloved Marcus Felix is retired now and instead you'll be playing as J.D.
Ten days ago, I traveled to Tokyo to help Business Insider launch its latest international edition.After many days of hard work and preparation by our Japanese team, Business Insider Japan went live officially on Monday at noon local time.Over the past several years, Business Insider has launched local editions in France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Poland, the Netherlands, and, of course, the UK, among others.To celebrate the launch, Mediagene, our Japanese partner company, arranged a packed day of press conferences and parties.Here's what happened.
Nyligen avslöjades att Apple har planer på att skapa egna tv-serier i stil med Stranger Things på Netflix och Westworld på HBO.Nu väljer Apple-höjdaren Jimmy Iovine att kommentera uppgifterna och det tycks mycket riktigt vara något stort på gång.- På Apple Music försöker vi skapa en total populärkulturell upplevelse och det inkluderar både audio och video.Om South Park kommer in på mitt kontor tänker jag inte säga att ni är inte musiker, säger Jimmy Iovine enligt Hollywood Reporter.Ett av projekten som mer eller mindre bekräftats vid det här laget är Vital Signs, en tv-serie i sex avsnitt med Dr. Dre i en av huvudrollerna.
Today s growing number of Internet of Things IoT and other smart devices need really small PCs to power them.That is where small, single-board PCs like Raspberry Pi come in handy.While there is a place for complete PCs like the Raspberry Pi with a full complement of ports and storage options, some applications can get by with even simpler versions.The Raspberry Pi Foundation s Compute Module is the perfect solution and the organization just released another version, ZDNet reports.The Compute Module 3 is built on the latest Raspberry Pi 3, with a 64-bit Broadcom PCM2837 processor running at up to 1.2GHz, and with 1GB RAM and 4GB flash storage.The Compute Module 3 saves space by eschewing some ports and it is a good solution for smart TVs, industrial devices, and others that don t require complete connectivity.
The field of artificial intelligence is a large one, full of interesting research, arguments, and people — so you could be forgiven as I hope to be for not being familiar with Joanna Bryson, professor of CS at the University of Bath who for decades has studied AI and its many ethical and technical conundra.Bryson handles a good crop of questions from the Science subreddit with wonderful insight and humor, plus a knack for epigrams that sum the problem up in a new way that changes one s perspective.Here are a handful of excerpts.The questions are paraphrases, but her answers are selectively quoted.We may not owe robots human rights merely because they look and act human, but will they reach a state of self-awareness to which we will be obligated to accord rights?I m very worried about the fact that we can treat people like they are not people, but cute robots like they are people…We are used to applying ethics to stuff that we identify with, but people are getting WAY good at exploiting this and making us identify with things we don t really have anything in common with at all.
Attack has resulted in some systems being shut down.Barts Health Trust, the largest NHS hospital trust in England has been hit by a ransomware virus.The virus, which is thought to have infected thousands of files, was revealed to staff at the trust via email that warned of a ransomware virus attack issue .A trust spokesperson told Digital Health News: We are urgently investigating this matter and have taken a number of drives offline as a precautionary measure.We have tried and tested contingency plans in place and are making every effort to ensure that patient care will not be affected.The trust, which operates four hospitals in east London: The Royal London, St Bartholemew s, Whipps Cross and Newham, said that it was making every effort to avoid disruption to the patients.
Microsoft reckons it can advance its efforts in conversational AI by today acquiring Maluuba – a Canadian machine-learning startup trying to solve artificial general intelligence through language.The financial details of the deal remain undisclosed.Founded in 2011 by CEO Sam Pasupalak and CTO Kaheer Suleman, who were classmates at the University of Waterloo, Canada, Maluuba has grown from a small startup to a fully established deep learning laboratory in Montreal.Maluuba has built voice-powered virtual assistants for various Android platforms and smart appliances.It made headlines last year when it showed its deep learning algorithms could answer simple questions from small chunks of text from Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone:It s a good move for Microsoft, especially since it has been investing heavily in machine communication.
The European parliament has urged the drafting of a set of regulations to govern the use and creation of robots and artificial intelligence, including a form of electronic personhood to ensure rights and responsibilities for the most capable AI.In a 17-2 vote, with two abstentions, the parliament s legal affairs committee passed the report, which outlines one possible framework for regulation.A growing number of areas of our daily lives are increasingly affected by robotics, said the report s author, Luxembourgish MEP Mady Delvaux.In order to address this reality and to ensure that robots are and will remain in the service of humans, we urgently need to create a robust European legal framework .The proposed legal status for robots would be analogous to corporate personhood, which allows firms to take part in legal cases both as the plaintiff and respondent.What we need now is to create a legal framework for the robots that are currently on the market or will become available over the next 10 to 15 years.
In a new interview with Weekly Famitsu, translated into English by Gematsu, Tetsuya Nomura discussed the development of both Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy VII Remake.On the subject of Kingdom Hearts III, Nomura said, While I can t make a sweeping statement because the development process is different from what we ve done so far, there are still worlds untouched.Production is progressing on unannounced worlds, in a state that we cannot show them off.In terms of the state of development, there is still some way to go.At this point, it s not really surprising that Kingdom Hearts III is far from completion.In 2010, Nomura hinted at its existence in the Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Ultimania, an entry in the Kingdom Hearts informational book series.
You might think that since Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook, he would be good at using the site.His posts are awful, and there is literally no way to escape them while keeping your own account intact.After seeing this Tweet, I tried to block Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook this morning, only to find that King Zuck is immune from Facebook s mere mortal block feature.I could block Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook s COO, and Zuckerberg s wife, Priscilla Chan.He is invulnerable to blockage.I had no problem blocking Obama or Oprah, but I cannot block Zuck.
MAHIA PENINSULA, New Zealand—The next generation of satellite executives dream of firing a rocket a week into the skies.But they re running up against an unusual problem for star trekkers.We went to all the launch ranges in America, said Peter Beck, a wiry-haired engineer who a decade ago founded Calif.-based aerospace company Rocket Lab.They just didn t allow the frequency that we needed in order to make space...
Will Uber be the next tech giant to reveal how diverse or not its workforce is?Civil rights activist Rev.Jesse Jackson on Thursday sent Uber a letter urging it to publicly release data on the race and gender makeup of its workforce and its new hires, as well to detail what the company is doing to make its workplace more diverse.As the technology industry — the most innovative and revolutionary economic engine -– drives the world into the future, women, people of color cannot be left behind, Jackson wrote.I assert that Silicon Valley and the tech industry, at your best, can be a tremendously positive change agent for the world; at your worst, you can institutionalize old patterns of exclusion and de facto segregation.The letter comes as Silicon Valley tech companies face mounting pressure to add more women and minorities to their predominantly white, male workforces.Now tech giants including Facebook, Intel and Microsoft release regular diversity reports, illustrating efforts they are making to be more inclusive, and highlighting any progress they have made.The coalition began targeting Silicon Valley unicorn companies in 2015, getting private companies including Airbnb, Slack and Pinterest to release some diversity information.So far, Uber has refused to join the crowd.
Apple s response to a shareholder proposal requesting that the company disclose more about its charitable giving was to oppose it…by disclosing more about its charitable giving.In a proxy statement filed today, Apple executives wrote: Apple already provides detailed information about our core values and our most significant charitable contributions on our website at apple.com/diversity/creating-opportunities and apple.com/product-red.The company then went on to list those contributions, some of which are well known and others less so:Among the lesser known:And here is a list of organizations that have been recipients of Apple s charitable giving: Apple believes in leaving the world better than we found it, the company wrote.We actively support our communities through philanthropic activities.