Google has launched the utility Data Gif Maker that allows the user to transform the data into short gif-animations.This writes The Next Web.In the tool you can enter your figures and the parameters, and then simply and easily download everything as an animated gif image.also Read: Can an animated gif image to be seen as a weapon?the Question being tried in the american courtAccording to Google's dataredaktör Simon Rogers is Data Gif Maker designed to simplify the work of journalists, but the tool should also work great for a quick jobbpresentation or a social media post.
p Game difficulty modes should come in Easy, Medium, and 144 frames per second.Vanquish, an excellent 2010 shooter for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 from Platinum Games, finally launched on PC yesterday, and it picked up a glitch in the transition.Publisher Sega and Platinum worked to update the game for PC, which included adding support for 4K and unlocking the framerate.But if you set the game to run faster than 30 frames per second, you are also making it more difficult.That’s because enemies do more damage per attack at a higher framerate, as first discovered by a member of the NeoGAF message boards.Take a look at the game set to 30Hz:
p The first smartphone from the Essential company started by Android co-founder Andy Rubin looks like it’ll be announced next week.With its first ever tweet Rubin’s company is teasing ‘something big’ for May 30, which seems certain to be related to the bezel-less phone teased earlier this year.While the account doesn’t have the blue tick granted to verified accounts, the @essential username was confirmed by Rubin in a follow up tweet.Related: Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Galaxy S7Rubin said the firm was “almost ready to share” its work, which practically confirms means we’ll be seeing new hardware on Tuesday.It has long been thought Essential will reveal its hand during the middle of 2017, and May 30 is pretty darn close.
p /p p US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin testified before the House Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday, and he said he misspoke two months ago when he said the threat of automation taking away jobs was "not even on our radar screen," the news website Axios/p p "When I made the comment on artificial intelligence — and there's different views on artificial intelligence — I was referring to
p Cook’s first story came last April after she found a letter posted by the Federal Election Commission questioning Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, for using campaign funds to pay for video games.Cook then wrote about Hunter’s other questionable self-reported expenses that he claimed were mistakes–items such as oral surgery, private school tuition and a garage door.Then she dug through Hunter’s campaign filings to fact check additional expenses and found other items that didn’t add up, including $229 for “food and beverages” at a Disneyland gift shop where the only food sold is PEZ and a Star Wars-themed Rice Krispies treat.Meanwhile, Times of San Diego colleague Ken Stone wins the for best follow-on anecdote, about Cook’s path to this moment.It’s not at all what you might expect.During her graduate student days at the University of Missouri, she traveled south and found herself staring at unexpected opportunity:
p Will Amazon revolutionize the book retail industry?Well, it's already kind of destroyed it with its online site.But that doesn't mean Amazon can't get a crack at opening its own physical store.This is the seventh store opening, but the first in New York, which meant Ben had a chance to check it out.He shares his impression on the new store, which doesn't have price tags, so the price on the book can change from moment to moment.Next, we talked about LeEco, the Chinese giant that had a massive vision to change the way Americans bought gadgets and watched video.
p Konami hasn’t done a much with its Castlevania video game series in recent years, but you know you can’t keep Dracula down forever./p p Netflix just revealed the trailer for its upcoming original animated program Castlevania, which is based on the classic series that first appeared on the Nintendo Entertainment System.The trailer starts with an NES and the custom-made Netflix app for that ancient 8-bit systems (which really works).The trailer then cuts into footage of Castlevania, and we see several action scenes and moody characters with whips and a lust for human blood./p p We previously reported that Castlevania is heading to Netflix after the producer Adi Shankar announced the project in February.Legendary comic writer Warren Ellis, who is responsible for books like Planetary, wrote this take on the battle between the Belmont family of vampire killers and Dracula himself.
p The higher your blood pressure is, the higher your risk of health problems in the future.This tech promises to make checking it easy.Researchers at U.S.-based biometrics company Valencell have invented new technology that lets users measure their blood pressure level simply by touching their mobile devices.While it’s not yet been incorporated into devices like the iPhone, the company thinks that it could be a valued addition to future handsets, making blood pressure measurement as simple as using a fingerprint sensor.According to its creator, similar tech could also be incorporated into smart earbuds.“The core technology for estimating blood pressure with an optical biometric sensor is based on patented active signal characterization technology, where we extract pulsatile blood flow information from noise and characterize the blood flow information to estimate blood pressure,” Dr. Steven LeBoeuf, president of Valencell, told Digital Trends.
p Jason Snell said it best when he wrote that WWDC is “the heart of the Apple world’s calendar.”Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is particularly special for me because it’s the event where, as a person with disabilities, I get to see what lies ahead for the accessibility of Apple’s four software platforms.The company has put considerable energy in the last few years into making accessibility a focal point of the conference—from sessions on new APIs to labs to social get-togethers, Apple has gone all out during the week to show that, yes, supporting accessibility is a top priority in Cupertino at the highest levels.With this sentiment in mind, here are four accessibility-related features I’d like to see Apple announce at next month’s keynote.Better Dynamic Type support in the App StoreWhile this wishlist isn’t organized in a particular order of preference, this one has been at the top of my list for years.
Pinterest is not a social network; it’s “an app people use to design their lives.”Co-founders Ben Silbermann and Evan Sharp have been making that point for some time, but the company once mentioned alongside Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat has yet to truly begin the second phase of its life as a business that helps people bridge the gap between online searches and real-life experiences.As a spokesperson put it, “We like to say, ‘Be yourself, not your selfie.On that note, Pinterest is making its first move into U.S. paid marketing, hiring the independent Giant Spoon as its media agency of record.While the company regularly announces new offerings for advertisers, it has yet to directly promote itself, with the exception of .Pinterest chose Giant Spoon to help facilitate its move from compilation tool to one that involves less liking and more doing.
p Vi skrev nyligen om Evrys framfart under 2016, där bolaget efter sin ombyggnad presenterade ett rekordår.I samband med resultatet hintade koncernchef Björn Ivroth om att det var aktuellt att återigen notera bolaget på Oslobörsen.Och de planerna ser ut att bli verklighet ganska snabbt.Idag går bolaget ut med ett pressmeddelande där man redogör för sin kommande börsnotering.Att bolaget åter ska noteras på börsen förklaras med att det passar bra med bolagets strategi och inte minst dess uttalade tillväxtplan.Evry uppger också att det gör att bolaget är mer flexibelt att expandera om sådana möjligheter ges.Samt att man skriver att det är bra att sprida ägandet.
p For example, if I have a CPA business in Ohio does it make sense to have my instagram, twitter and FB handles and ohioaccountant?
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p Over the past couple years there's been a steady stream of stories about unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), aka drones, being used for deliveries.There was the Domino's Pizza delivery in New Zealand, the 77 7-Eleven drops to customers in Reno, Nevada, and Google parent company Alphabet's Chipotle burrito shipments to Virginia Tech students, to name a few.Though these deliveries were basically public tests used to gather data -- and attract attention -- for the companies behind them, I can't help but think using such amazing machines for personal deliveries is a little ridiculous.For example, Amazon's Prime Air service, currently in beta testing in the UK, is limited to customers within several miles of a shipping facility for packages weighing less than five pounds (2.3 kg).OK, so delivering pizza isn't the thing that makes drones really valuable and cool, but here's what is: quickly delivering emergency food, medicine and supplies in disaster zones, to rural and remote areas, up mountains or out in the ocean.Delivery drones that can get where trucks and pricey helicopters can't will become indispensable.
in the Volvo, and Audi will build into Android in the next generation of cars – not Android Auto without a full-scale version of the operating system which has been integrated directly into the vehicles, and does not require a separate telephone.the car Manufacturers have adapted Android significantly so that the interface blends in with the car's other design.the System can of course be used to control various functions in the car like AC, windows, seats, and possibly the sunroof – but also to run apps like Spotify and Google Maps.Google Assistant is an integral part, then the assistant can be used to control the car functions with your voice.An advantage is also that developers do not need to customize their applications just for cars – they function directly.Google has allegedly been working on an all-out Android cars in two years, but it will take an estimated two years before the Volvo will release a car with Android.
p I guess the time has come for the successor to last year’s Xiaomi Mi Max to be officially unveiled next week!This comes directly from the “source”, after having a quick look at the Chinese company’s official website, revealing that the Mi Max 2 is set to be announced on May 25!/p p /p Join GizChina on Telegram p The latest rumors say that the device will be powered by a Qualcom Snapdragon 626 SoC, packing 4GB of RAM and an internal memory of 128GB.It will retain its 6,44 inch full HD display, along with a 12MP main camera and a front facing selfie shooter with 5MPixels resolution./p p The most awaited model is expected to pack a massive 5000 mAh battery, 4G/LTE support, a 3.5mm headset jack, a USB Type-C port, an IR blaster and full metal metal build.According to information it won’t be available anywhere else except from China but we’re hoping this is wrong, because we’d like to get our hands on it here in Europe, as well!
p One year ago at Google I/O 2016, the company announced that it would soon allow Chrome OS and Chromebooks to run Android apps from the Google Play Store.At the time the company said that this support would be available in the fall of 2016.Since then, this feature has been very slow to roll out.Today, as part of the 2017 Google I/O conference, the company offered an update on those plans, and had some surprising news that relates to Android O as well.As we have reported before, Google currently only has six Chrome OS devices that can download and run Android apps on the stable version of the OS.In a story on The Verge, Kan Liu, the senior director of product management at Google for Chrome OS, stated that support for running Android apps in Chrome OS is still considered to be in a beta state.
Pohdiskellessaan konevuokrausbisneksen pihviä eli keskeistä kilpailuetua hän puhuu pitkään digitalisaatiosta ja työturvallisuudesta.Tärkeää Kolunsaran mukaan on myös perustekeminen eli koneiden ja laitteiden vuokraaminen, joka sekin pitää hoitaa aikaisempaa paremmin.Esimerkiksi Suomen asuntorakentamisesta vasta 45 prosenttia hoituu vuokratulla kalustolla, loput 55 prosenttia rakentajien omalla kalustolla.Kolunsarka tuli tehtäväänsä alan ulkopuolelta.Ramirentin liikevaihto kasvoi tammi-maaliskuussa lähes 13 prosenttia vertailukaudesta 164,6 miljoonaan euroon ja vertailukelpoinen liikevoitto lähes 130 prosenttia 16,6 miljoonaan euroon.Sijoittajat palkitsivat suorituksen komealla kurssinousulla.
p Roccat has officially launched its Leadr [sic] gaming mouse with what it calls an 'Owl-Eye' optical sensor, claiming market-leading tracking accuracy and wireless responsiveness 'that feels like a cable mouse'.Designed specifically for the gaming market, the Roccat Leadr is built around a modified Pixart 3361 optical sensor, which the company claims has been 'tailored to Roccat's high standards of quality.'Dubbed the 'Owl-Eye' by Roccat, the modified sensor is claimed to offer accuracy higher than any other sensor in the market - though without any published benchmarking to back up that claim - with a resolution of 100 to 12,000 dots per inch (DPI) adjustable in 100 DPI steps, with the 'golden range' where the accuracy is highest sitting between 400 and 3,000 DPI.The same sensor can be found in two other Roccat mice - the Kone Pure Owl-Eye and Kone EMP - but the Leadr is where Roccat is hoping to make a real splash.The company boasts that the Leadr 'feels like a cable mouse' despite its lack of wires, claiming 'zero lag and with virtually zero latency'.The 20-hour internal battery is charged on a vertical docking plate, though a USB port in the front of the mouse allows for wired use.
p Today, HTC is taking the wraps off its newest flagship smartphone, the HTC U11.This is a proper Snapdragon 835 flagship—Qualcomm's latest chip—and it comes with two notable features: a fancy "squeeze" function that launches a configurable action and dual hotword support for both the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.The HTC U11 is priced at $650/£650 and launches in the UK in June.A US launch will follow at a later date.I was a big fan of HTC's 2016 flagship, the HTC 10, thanks mostly to its rock-solid metal body, along with the light Android skin.Also like the U Ultra, there's no headphone jack, but HTC will ship a USB-C-to-3.5mm plug in the box.