The american teleoperatörsjätten AT expanding their tests of 5G technology to more cities in the united states.In the tests partnered the AT with Ericsson as well as Samsung, Nokia, and Intel.AT should test a faster broadband, where the last part of the connection takes place via a radio signal that uses a much higher frequency bands than what is used today.the Goal is to see how these sound waves through foliage and buildings.
Release date of the long awaited Oukitel K10000 Max is getting closer and the tri-proof outdoor model is also getting the well deserved attention.And because the massive 10000 mAh battery is one of the main selling points as it’s usual for every “K” model, we have for you some battery consumption test video today.Watching videos is usually not something you are planning to do so often with a rugged outdoor model, but well who knows, maybe it’s the best thing to kill your time in the base camp before climbing the damn Gasherbrum or K2.And with this phone you can watch for quite a while, because the test is showing that 2h15m long movie consumed just 7 % of the battery, playing on maximum volume and using maximum brightness.That’s more than 20 hours of video playback, check it out yourself.Report this adWhy this ad?
The Galaxy Note 8 is the hottest Android phone money can preorder right now, but if you’re not into phablets, then you might be more interested in Samsung’s Galaxy S9 plans.After a couple of rumors emerged last week revealing the handset will pack a next-gen Qualcomm chip and a dual lens camera, as well as a fingerprint sensor on the back, a new report reveals more details about the phone’s specs.The Galaxy S9 (SM-G960) should feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, xda-developers’ sources have revealed, which isn’t surprising.Also unsurprising is the revelation that the phone should run Android 8.0 at launch.The sources claim that the base Galaxy S9 will sport 64GB of storage as well, which is also something we could have guessed.The Galaxy Note 8 already comes with 6GB of RAM on board, and that’s the base model, not a version made for the Chinese market.
Tällä hetkellä Auli Hänninen työskentelee Yleinen työttömyyskassa YTK:n toimitusjohtajana Loimaalla.YTK:n toimitusjohtajana Auli Hänninen on toiminut vuodesta 2008 alkaen.Aiemmin hän on työskennellyt muun muassa YTK:n palvelujohtajana ja asiakaspalvelupäällikkönä sekä Contantin liiketoimintayksikön johtajana ja apulaisjohtajana.Hänninen aloittaa Perheyritysten liitossa marraskuun alussa.Hän on ensimmäistä kautta kokoomuksen kunnanvaltuutettuna Liedon kunnanvaltuustossa ja Liedon Säästöpankin hallituksen jäsen."On hienoa päästä kehittämään suomalaista työelämää ja perheyritysten roolia tässä.
Both the 360 Degree and the Eyes cameras were announced last August and retail for £219.95 and £319.96 on Amazon.Neither model is currently sold in the US, but Bosch does plan to sell the camera internationally.At the current exchange rate, the price converts to roughly $285 for the 360 Degree and $415 for the Eyes.While remote access via Amazon Alexa speakers, the Google Home and Apple HomeKit are becoming increasingly common, home security devices have been slower to adopt voice control.The D-Link Omna camera is the first to offer Apple HomeKit integration, which means you can use Siri to pull up your live video feed.Few cameras have followed suit -- until now.
One of the biggest innovations in IOS 11 is without a doubt the support for the technology AR (augmented reality) that comes with Apple's special developer tools.With AR, we can add it to the object, via the handset's camera, not usually found in our real life.A perfect example of this is Pokémon, Go where the little monster pops up wherever we are targeting mobilkameran.And AR is the horse Apple is betting the hardest on.Their tools seems to have given results.the Developers work hard with it and take up all manner of interesting, creative solutions.
An anonymous reader shares a report: Mic, a website aimed at millennials, used to employ 40 writers and editors producing articles on topics like "celebrating beauty" and "strong women."Ten were let go this month, with most in the revamped newsroom of 63 now focused on making videos for places like Facebook.Critics have called such moves "100 percent cynical" and out of sync with audience demand.Yet Americans are watching more video snippets online, either because they secretly like them or because they're getting harder to avoid.The growing audience for video, more valuable to advertisers than the space next to words, is causing websites to shift resources in what's become known across the industry as the pivot to video.Americans are expected to spend 81 minutes a day watching digital video in 2019, up from 61 minutes in 2015, according to projections by research firm eMarketer.
This is Elon Musks own movie on Hyperlooptestet.Read a selection of the morning's health news here!Elon Musk offered a worth watching short clip via Instagram: Hyperloop accelerating to 320 km / h.watch the video here below and read more at Science Alert.the U.s. navy is developing wireless battery charging which works under water.Objective: Load the drones on the mission, writes The Register and the Armed Science.
A good Philips Hue bulb costs about $50 at full retail, and you can save a few bucks if you grab one on sale.Anyone who has Hue products knows that’s a perfectly reasonable price for such a terrific lighting solution.But there’s an Amazon sale happening right now on the Philips Hue Dimmer Kit that gets you a Hue bulb and an installation-free dimmer switch for $35.It’s not as good as Amazon’s price was in the last sale, but we’re honestly not sure it’ll ever be that cheap again and this is still a terrific value.Here’s what you need to know from the product page:Quickly dim or brighten up to 10 lights for games, parties, and movies from the comfort of your couch or bed.
Those include a showcase iPhone to mark the product’s 10th anniversary that is larger and pricier and features an edge-to-edge display and facial-recognition technology, as well as updates to the two iPhone 7 models that started selling last year.Analysts had widely reported in recent months that production glitches on the newest iPhone could cause it to be delayed.In the past two years it has used San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, but people close to the company say it is aiming to use the 1,000-seat Steve Jobs Theater on its new headquarters campus.The new headquarters, however, aren’t finished, and the construction timetable could affect the timing or location of the event, those people said.The South Korean company’s flagship smartphone features a new dual-lens camera similar to the iPhone 7 and one of the largest smartphone screens on the market.In a recent survey, 52% of people planning to buy a smartphone in the next 90 days said they would buy an iPhone, the highest level since 2010, according to 451 Research, a market-research firm.
Uber investor Shervin Pishevar revealed a lot more details on Thursday about the infighting going on within Uber's board.In a biting letter to the board of directors, Pishevar accused investor and board member Benchmark of taking advantage of the personal tragedy in Travis Kalanick's life to oust him as the company's chief executive.He's referring to a boating accident in May that killed Kalanick's mother and injured his father.Kalanick was on a leave of absence from Uber in June when a contingent of investors, lead by Benchmark, demanded his resignation.This demand came after the company was embroiled in months of scandals — from allegations of a toxic work culture, to a major lawsuit over its autonomous car technology.Benchmark then sued Kalanick earlier this month, claiming he was interfering with the search for a new CEO and had a secret agenda of getting himself reinstated.
the MIT Technology Review writes that Amazon's development department "Lab 126" has developed an artificial intelligence that can assist the company with designing new fashion collections to their growing group chairman.the AI makes use of two neural networks with the method on the GAN (generative adversarial network), a method which means that the two neural networks learn from each other without human intervention, to be able to discern the trends for the coming seasons ' collections.Then the Amazon does not release collections seasonally, so would probably Amazon able to use this AI to quickly discern trends in, for example, competitors ' new fall collection.Based on it, one would probably fairly quickly be able to design something similar and get this on the market relatively quickly.
The next Call of Duty is nearly upon us, and Activision has rolled out a promotional beta for the military shooter to get people buzzing and to test it in a live environment.Today is the closed beta for Call of Duty: WWII on PlayStation 4.It opens up to everyone else tomorrow.We wanted to give the game a shot to see if Ken Burns lied to us about wall-running and double jumping during WWII.Of course, it’s possible ol’ Kenny wasn’t lying and this new Call of Duty is dropping a lot of the mobility mechanics that served at the core of Advance Warfare, Black Ops III, and Infinite Warfare.The broadcaster indicated that the channel is intended for mature audiences.
It’s no secret that who you surround yourself with will have a direct impact on your life.What’s more, if you surround yourself with people who can give you business reality checks, you’ll be more likely to succeed.Business reality checks are those moments when you realize you’re not living up to your fullest potential.It may be because you’re completely unaware of valuable information or because you have an internal struggle going on.Here are some examples of business reality checks from my own life:I recently had a reality check where an agent told me just how much money I should be earning from sponsored content and spokesperson opportunities.
It’s finally time for the Homtom S8 to go on presale, the Samsung S8 inspired device will indeed be available for pre-orders starting August 28th.During the first week going from August 28th to September 3rd you’ll be able to get the device for just $169.99 instead of its full retail price of $189.99.With it you’ll get a gift bag with accessories including a transparent phone case, a tempered glass screen protector and a ring holder.Let’s learn more about the phone!So, as previously mentioned, the Homtom S8 is yet another take on the popular Samsung S8 design.As such it comes with a 18:9 display aspect ratio and thinner than usual top and bottom bezels.
The Raspberry Pi is far more than a toy.
Samsung unveiled yesterday its new flaggskepstelefon Note 8 – soon it's time for rival Apple to introduce its Iphone 8.Apple has not yet published the date of the presentation of the teknikjättens new Iphones to be held.the Site Mac4ever claims to have received information from several of the european operators to the date of the presentation should be carried out on 12 september.According to the same site stated the Iphone 8 have a försäljningsstart on Friday, a week after the event.This means that it may be available from 22 september.
Uberflip will be spending the rest of the year adding more artificial intelligence capabilities to its content management tools that automate recommendations, audience segmentation and rules around when content is shown.The Toronto-based company, which helps organizations set up blogs, microsites and other digital hubs, announced its product roadmap for AI at its user event, The Content Experience.In a deep-dive session on the company’s strategy, Uberflip CEO Yoav Schwartz said the company worked closely with Bombora, a New York-based aggregator of B2B intent data, to create the AI features based on open source tools for machine learning and natural language processing.“Before venturing into AI, we were a little nervous, because as marketers, we want control.We do not want to give that up entirely,” he said, likening the process of working with AI to making a meal.“You are the chefs — before they do their thing, they need ingredients.”
Redmond's cramming of OS on machines provokes sour krautsMicrosoft sparked fury when it aggressively pushed its Windows 10 operating system onto people's PCs – from unexpected downloads to surprise installations.Now a consumer rights group has forced Redmond to promise it will never do it again, in Germany at least.In 2015, Microsoft offered existing Windows 7 and 8 users a free upgrade to its new cloud-friendly OS, and rapidly become increasingly ambitious about getting it onto machines.After bundling the upgrade alongside its monthly security patches and resorting to tricky tactics, loads of users found they were downloading gigabytes of unwanted Redmond code.This riled a lot of folks, but Germany – one of the few countries that takes consumer rights seriously – actually took action.
Facebook global director of diversity Maxine Williams Wednesday modest percentage gains by women, Hispanics and African Americans in the company’s work force.The number of women globally at Facebook was up to 35 percent in 2017 from 33 percent in 2016.The number of women in tech positions rose to 19 percent from 17 percent last year.Women now make up 27 percent of all new graduate hires in engineering and 21 percent of all new technical hires.Hispanics make up 5 percent of the workforce in the U.S., up from 4 percent in 2016.African Americans account for 3 percent of the U.S. workforce, up from 2 percent last year.