Today is 10 years since Steve Jobs got up on stage during the Macworld 2007-the trade fair and introduced the Iphone – the phone that would change the way we look at mobile phones.In a press release, see Apple back on the time that has passed since Steve Jobs introduced the phone as three devices – An Ipod with widescreen and t-controls, a revolutionary mobile phone and a breakthrough internet device.Six months later it was available on the market and swept the track with all the competition. the Iphone is an essential part of our customers 'lives, and today more than ever define the way we communicate, will be entertained, work and live ," says Apple CEO Tim Cook in the press release.The best is still to wait .A cool experience even today
Nobody has ever felt their breath catch in their throat at the sight of a Toyota Camry, but that hasn t stopped it from becoming the best-selling car in America for the past fifteen years.The big, bold grille – which will be different depending on whether you opt for the LE, XLE, SE, or XSE – is unapologetic and, importantly, far less anonymous than the old version.Crease-lines are sharper and deeper, and the concept of a lower center of gravity – which is indeed lower on this car than the old Camry – is emphasized.Toyota calls it sporty, and even if you re not feeling so generous it s clearly better than the anodyne looks of the car it replaces.New seats get better ergonomics and easier adjustment, while the rear bench has more room than before.There are more soft-touch materials where your fingers fall, and the dashboard looks more designed and less like it was just pieced together from a parts bin.
The other relates to the non-compliance of the national security agencies with their existing data protection obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998 DPA .The consequence of such plans can be illustrated by the case of Marper v UK dealing with the retention of DNA samples by the police.In Marper, the UK s highest Court the House of Lords as it then was came to a unanimous decision with a panel of 5 judges that retention of DNA profiles, on individuals who had been arrested but who had been subsequently acquitted, comprised a lawful interference of private life in terms of Article 8 of the ECHR.Such retention of DNA profiles and related personal data also did not breach Article 8.It is a subsequent use or disclosure that activates the stored personal data and which creates any interference with private life.If the ECHR follows previous judgments, it is likely to find such bulk personal dataset retention unacceptable in terms of Article 8.
Smartwatches are cool if rather geeky gadgets, and they ve yet to really capture the hearts of the general public.But perhaps that s about to change, as Huawei reckons it knows how to make the public full in love with the wrist-worn wearable.TechRadar sat down with Huawei s President of Consumer Strategy, Shao Yang at CES 2017 to find out what the Chinese firm believes will see smartwatches adorn wrists around the world.People usually use them for a few weeks or months and then stop using them altogether.Yang went on to say that the lack of regularly used features and short battery life were hampering the smartwatch s ability to be truly accepted by users.More features, more likely to buy
"Now more than ever, it is important that we offer our assistance to state and local election officials in the cybersecurity of their systems," Johnson wrote in a ."Election infrastructure is vital to our national interests, and cyber attacks on this country are becoming more sophisticated, and bad cyber actors—ranging from nation states, cyber criminals and hacktivists—are becoming more sophisticated and dangerous."Friday's declassified report says that Russian intelligence services "obtained and maintained access to elements of multiple US state or local electoral boards," but went on to conclude that none of the affected systems was involved in vote tallying.In August, voter registration systems in Arizona and Illinois were reportedly targeted by hackers.Election officials in Arizona said the FBI warned them the , but they didn't say if the hackers were state-sponsored or financially motivated.
Apple historians may know that before Cupertino settled on going with iOS as the iPhone s software, it considered adapting the iPod s interface and OS to power the now-iconic smartphone, including the MP3 player s click-wheel.The original prototypes of that software have never been seen before, but frequent leaker Sonny Dickson has managed to get his hands on a selection of screenshots and even video, revealing what was once known as AcornOS.Anyone s who s familiar with the iPod Classic or any of the model came before will recognize the UI seen in the images.The top half of the screen features a list of menus that can be scrolled through, just like on the iPod, while the bottom half is made up of a software-based click-wheel, allowing users to make circular gestures on the display to navigate up and down.Right through the middle are the familiar Menu, repeat/advance, and play/pause buttons, also straight from the iPod.As for the menu options, along with Music and Photos are a number of phone-related sections, including Dial, SMS, and Contacts.
CES, the most extravagant and important tech trade event of the year, is going down in Las Vegas.As you can imagine, there is an awful lot of news coming out of the convention.Fear not, though, here s the breakdown of the biggest news out of CES 2017.Acer is debuting two new gaming laptops, the Acer Predator 21 X Notebook and the Acer Predator 17 X.With a curved screen, the 21-inch Predator 21 X gaming laptop will sell for $9,000 and will be available in February.Read moreCenter stage of CES first day, Lenovo unveiled new devices in its ThinkPad X1 line — an ultrabook, a convertible laptop, and a tablet, all of which run Windows 10.The second-generation ThinkPad X1 Yoga will retail at $1,500, while the new fifth-generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon starts at $1,350.Read moreLenovo also got itself involved in the smart assistant game.The speaker will hit the stores in May.Read more3dRudder, a New York-based startup, launched its foot-powered controller for PC games, mobile apps, and VR headsets.VB s very own Dean Takahashi says this may be the strangest product at CES 2017.The all-in-one camera will shoot 4K video and debut for $1,000.Read moreMayfield Robotics introduced Kuri, a $700 machine available for preorder in the U.S. with a $100 deposit.Read more The Kimon is easy to use, portable, has a replaceable battery and is capable of taking quality photos.
Still tops the Oracle databasrankningarna but Sql Server got a significant boost last year.the Sql Server remained among the top three in the ranking a couple of years and go back there again but it is at the same time, the databasprodukt whose popularity grew the fastest.It shows a rankninglista the austrian consulting company Solid IT developed and Wired.the Reason the cod-end can be connected to open source, says The Wired.While both Oracle database and Microsoft's SQL Server is proprietary, but the second in databasrankningen is Oracle's open database options to MySQL.also Read:"Procedures is the ticking databasbomben"
Apple just posted a press release boasting that its increasingly popular App Store completely demolished existing sales records on New Years Day.By the time the dust settled, customers on January 1 purchased $240 million worth of apps, marking a new one-day record and once more affirming that Apple as a services company is a force to be reckoned with.2016 was a record-shattering year for the App Store, generating $20 billion for developers, and 2017 is off to a great start with January 1 as the single biggest day ever on the App Store, Phil Schiller said in a press release.We want to thank our entire developer community for the many innovative apps they have created — which together with our products — help to truly enrich people s lives.Bolstered of course by Nintendo s wildly popular Super Mario Run — which saw 40 million downloads in just a few days after its release — Apple also revealed that App Store customers during the month of December cumulatively spent a whopping $3 billion on apps, itself a new App Store record.And speaking to how Apple s App Store continues to grow at a rapid clip, Apple disclosed that developers in 2016 earned $20 billion in revenue from the App Store, a marked 40% increase from 2015.
File photo - Princess Diana and Prince Charles, with their sons Prince Harry L and Prince William, stand outside Buckingham Palace August 19, 1995 during Britain's VJ Victory over Japan Day commemoration service Reuters .Letters sent by Princess Diana to a Buckingham Palace head steward reveal that Prince Harry was "constantly in trouble" at boarding school.Diana sent the six handwritten notes - which are expected to sell for thousands of pounds at auction - to Cyril Dickman in the 1980s and 90s.In one of them, sent five days after Harry's birth in September 1984, Diana said it had been a "particularly happy time"She added: "William adores his little brother and spends the entire time swamping Harry with an endless supply of hugs and kisses, hardly letting the parents near!TITANIC TREASURES SOLD AT UK AUCTION
do not Display the Gadget-items Gadget / Smart homethe Mayor of the subsidiaries Ledvance has developed a smart bulb in its belysningsserie Sylvania that you can check without plugging it in to a central hub.Multifärglampan has support for Apple HomeKit, which means that you can control it via the iOS voice-activated assistant SIRI.Sylvania-lamp paired with Apple HomeKit via Bluetooth and then you can just say to their iPhone or iPad when you want to light, extinguish or change the color of the lighting.the Bulb is released sometime in the beginning of the year, but it is so far unclear what it will cost.
I skapelseprocessen var även en Apple Pencil inblandad.No compatible source was found for this video.Det är första gången som publikationen använder en Ipad Pro i kombination med en Apple Pencil för att skapa sitt omslag, och en video som visar hur det gick till har också lagts ut på internet.Numret släpps på tisdag, 9 januari, i USA och lär även gå att köpa i välsorterade tidningsbutiker här i Sverige.Bakom illustrationen står Jorge Columbo som till sin hjälp nyttjade appen Procreate.
Asus ROG Strix Z270F Gaming ReviewUK price as reviewed : Approx £175 inc VAT US price as reviewed : Approx $200 ex tax The starting gun has been fired in the Z270 race and there's a whole host of awesome motherboards coming your way.It can actually be considered the old Ranger in disguise - the cheapest board in the ROG Maximus range now is the Hero, with this family going back to super-premium again.In short, the main focus is on that white Nike-esque strip on the I/O panel.
Gartner is projecting annual PC shipments to return to growth in 2018, ending a historic skid that started in 2012, the year Microsoft released Windows 8.Gartner is projecting shipments of laptops, hybrids, and desktops to be around 272 million in 2018, growing from 266 million in 2017.There were a few bright spots in the PC market over the last few years, including the fourth quarter of 2014, when Gartner said shipments grew by 1 percent.The PC shipments will return to growth because of a robust upgrade cycle, said Ranjit Atwal, research director at Gartner.PC shipments will continue to grow into 2019, when Gartner predicts shipments will hit 278 million units.Sleeker devices with better functionality are also attracting buyers, replacing old-school PCs, Atwal said.
This coming week, I'll be driving to Detroit to cover the North American International Auto Show.I did the same thing last year, and once again my route will take me through Lordstown, Ohio — right past the factory where General Motors' Chevy division builds the Cruze, a compact sedan that's among the most successful vehicle GM has ever sold.You can't miss the Cruze pride at Lordstown: There's a gigantic banner of the car on the side of the factory.Since 2010, nearly every Cruze sold in the US or Canada — that's well over a million cars since 2010 — has rolled off the Lordstown assembly line.With sales that could cross 4 million globally in the next year or so, the Cruze is an amazing story for GM, a carmaker that had effectively abandoned the small-car market in the US before the financial crisis.President-elect Donald Trump has made the Cruze and GM his latest Twitter target, threatening GM with a border tax because the automaker thought it might be a good idea to bring a few Mexican-made hatchback versions of the Cruze into the US to see if adding a trim level in the second half of 2016 would enhance the Cruze story and give dealers a vehicle with more SUV-like functionality in a booming SUV market.Trump has no understanding of the modern, global auto industry, and yet he isn't afraid to take to Twitter to show off his ignorance.The fact is that the Cruze is built on a global manufacturing platform and sold worldwide in numerous markets under GM's different regional brands.Interestingly, the auto industry doesn't seem to care what Trump tweets — it quickly figured out that he's using Twitter to bolster his Save American Manufacturing Jobs pledge.Eventually, the markets will also figure this out and stop knocking a percentage point or two off automakers' stock prices every time Trump turns to 140-character brinkmanship.US car companies build cars all over the place, and at time they bring cars into markets from outside those markets.The car I'll be driving to Detroit is a Buick made in China.GM didn't immediately respond to my request for comment, but in a statement to CNBC the auto giant said that they imported and sold only a tiny number of Cruze hatches from Mexico.All Chevrolet Cruze sedans sold in the U.S. are built by GM's assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio.
One of the beauties of iOS versus other phone operating systems is its relative security and stability versus other phone operating systems.There just aren t a lot of hacks that can harm an iPhone unless it has been jailbroken or hacked by Israeli cyber weapons dealers.But a new exploit will permanently disable the Messages app.So prepare to be wary of any text your arsehole friends and colleagues send your way.This isn t the first killer text for iOS.Earlier this year researchers at Cisco Talos discovered a bug that killed Messages when the device received a malicious TIFF image.
Verkkokauppajätti Amazon kertoo portittaneensa maailman laajuisesti miljardi pakettia vuoden 2016 joulusensongin aikana.Yhtiön mukaan kyseessä on sen historian paras joulusesonki koskaan, kertoo uutistoimisto Reuters.Postitetuista tuotteista noin 72 prosenttia on tilattu mobiililaitteella, ja joulukuun 19. päivä oli koko vuoden vilkkain myyntipäivä.Myydyimpien tuotteiden kärjestä löytyy muun muassa Amazonin Echo Home Assistant -laite, Doria etsimässä -elokuva ja Keurigin kahvikapselit.
The absolutely stunning photo you see above isn t an explosion from the most recent Star Wars flick, though it could probably pass for one.That huge mess of color, light, and dust is actually a galaxy.But it s not just any galaxy, it s a megamaser, and NASA s aging Hubble Space Telescope recently captured it in all its glory.The galaxy is called IRAS 16399-0937, and while that name might leave something to be desired, the galaxy s excitable personality more than makes up for it.Unlike many galaxies including our own, this little beauty is in a highly energetic state that allows it to amplify specific wavelengths.In the case of a maser, or more specific to IRAS 16399-0937, a megamaser, the wavelengths spilling out from all directions are microwaves.
The surging global population is putting a greater strain on food supplies.The UN estimates that farmers must raise food production by 70 per cent to feed the world by 2050.Yet farmers are limited; they can only plough a single field at a time.But by using autonomous fleets of farming vehicles, however, we might yet address this issue.Unlike the self-driving cars being developed by Google, Tesla, Volvo and other vehicle manufacturers, autonomous tractors don't suffer from the same stipulations or complications.Autonomous cars and trucks have to stick to road laws; vehicles acting in private fields do not.
The Galaxy Note 7 s final farewell continues to rollout in the form of a software update.Latest on the chopping block are handsets located in Malaysia, where Samsung has announced that a software update will disable charging on December 31.As in other regions, handsets that receive this update will lose their ability to charge and, obviously, eventually be rendered into a useless brick.Galaxy Note 7 owners located in Malaysia are receiving notice of this update in the form of phone notifications, the likes of which warns that your battery will be powered down to ZERO 0% charge by 9.00 pm GMT 8 31-Dec-16.Owners are further advised to backup all of their data before that date to avoid losing anything.Samsung Malaysia confirmed to Lowyat that there are 8,000 Galaxy Note 7 units in Malaysia that will be hit with this software update.