Founder says Wikitribune is news by the people and for the people.Jimmy Wales, the co-founder of Wikipedia, has announced an ambitious new venture that aims to rid the world of "fake news" and "alternative facts"."We're developing a living, breathing tool that'll present accurate information with real evidence, so that you can confidently make up your own mind," it added.Wales, a well-known internet pioneer, said Wikitribune will be 100% advertising free and will not use a paywall.The platform will be transparent, he believes, by publishing regular financial reports and journalists' sources can be seen by everyone for verification.Like his other ventures, Wikitribune will seemingly have a strong community focus.
I guess you must know by now the “red tint” issue that has been plaguing some (not a lot) Galaxy S8 owners around the world, who have complained of reddish tints on the screens of their new smartphone, as you can see from the image above.Samsung has already admitted the issue and recently confirmed that a fix will be released via an upcoming update soon (this week presumably), but today the independent testing company Consumer Reports made a relevant announcement, saying that the problem is “not that serious”.Join GizChina on TelegramAccording to them, they managed to get their hands onto 8 different Galaxy S8 devices, 4 of which had the red tint.Their testers confirmed that the only way one could “see” the difference was when two devices are positioned next to each other, but this surely doesn’t justify the issue.Samsung has already issued a statement saying that it is possible to calibrate the display manually through Settings.You have to tap on Display and then on Screen mode, where you just tap on Color balance and “play” with the RGB toggles, until the issue disappears.Some users however mention that this solution has no effect on their displays, so they will have to wait until the official bug fix from the Korean company.Note also that according to Consumer Reports this problem is no reason for refund or device exchange.Share this:TweetMorePocketShare on TumblrEmailPrint
Experts in the field predict that B2B e-commerce online within a couple of years will be twice as large as the B2C trade and put closer to 12 trillion dollars by the year 2020.Customers who are used to the e-shop easily private want to have a similar experience when they shop in the work.at the same time is customer-specific needs and flows, which requires a flexible and adaptable solution.B2B companies therefore need to be better at keeping up with the digital developments in order to be competitive."Relationships are more important than ever”With the digitisation follows concerns that the relationships will be affected with less personal contact.
Then it was mainly the north of the Stockholm area that was hit, which prompted the police promised to take action against organized crime was behind.And the effort which began when seems to have given results, in all cases in the current area.But unfortunately, it is far from chains to be able to breathe out.Smash and grab-kupperna the phenomenon seems to persist, but if you look geographically, it is mainly the other areas that have been affected.– My image is that we have seen a decrease and it can be explained by a variety of factors, " says Joachim Lindell, operational coordinator at Lokalpolisområde Bold.Both external protection and internal protection has been strengthened.
Murthy, a holdover from the Obama administration will continue to serve as a member of the Commissioned Corps.An emailed statement from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offered little explanation.It’s not unusual for holdovers from previous administrations to be asked to resign but the Trump administration has famously been slow to nominate replacements so far.It has also drawn controversy over several high-profile dismissals that are still shrouded in scandal.Acting Attorney General Sally Q. Yates was also controversially fired for refusing to order Justice Department lawyers to defend Trump’s illegal immigration ban.With no nominee for the surgeon general position, the decision to replace Dr. Murthy certainly raises questions about why he needed to resign so suddenly, late on a Friday when news is often dropped to avoid raising attention.
Adrian Kozakiewicz has more than 156,000 Instagram followers, which is not a huge number but pretty impressive considering he posts nothing bug bugs.Big bugs, colorful bugs, weird bugs.People clearly love his bugs.“I show only exceptional insects, ones that most people aren’t familiar with,” he says.“That on your face viral gold.”Yes, you read that right.
Apple's Mac Pro has been ignored for so long that even Windows 10 mobile workstations are catching up on features and performance.Take HP's latest Zbook laptop workstations , which were announced on Friday.These heavy built laptops -- which is why they are called mobile workstations -- have comparable memory and storage capacity technology to the Mac Pro, but excel in other areas.The laptops feature Thunderbolt 3 ports, DDR4 memory, Intel's latest Kaby Lake-based Core and Xeon processors, and the latest GPUs from Nvidia and AMD.By comparison the Mac Pro has Thunderbolt 2 ports, an old AMD GPU, DDR3 memory and Intel Xeon processors based on the Ivy Bridge architecture, which were released in 2013.Add that all up, and you can rely on the Zbook for work like content creation, VR and video editing that you would otherwise do on a Mac Pro.
One of the many challenges of colonizing Mars is that the planet is lacking many of the natural resources we rely on here on Earth.We’ll need to bring as much of what we need to survive as possible, but you can only pack so much into a spaceship.So scientists are developing ways to utilize at least one of the red planet’s most abundant resources: dust.We’ve had a hard time coming up with reasons as to why everyone needs a 3D printer here on Earth, but on Mars the machines could be used to manufacture tools, spare parts, even entire structures, habitats, and vehicles, given there’s no hardware stores for astronauts to visit if we eventually send humans on the 34 million mile journey.But 3D printers don’t make things out of thin air.You’ve probably seen an affordable consumer-friendly 3D printer at work, melting and extruding thin lengths of plastic to build up a model.
To a couple of TV stations, however, Bill Nye seems to be trouble.Recently, the Science Guy appeared on Fox News and the climate changed when he discussed global warming.On Wednesday, he appeared on NBC's "Today" and seemed to thoroughly exasperate presenter Kathie Lee Gifford.It was supposed to be a little game to celebrate Earth Day, which falls on Saturday.Real people were asked scientific questions.If they got it right, they got a wonderful book and some money.
If you're using a Web-based third-party recruiter site to look for and apply for jobs, you may want to keep a close eye on the e-mails you get in response.As Steve Ragan of CSO reports, scammers are harvesting information from recruiter sites to offer "flexible" jobs that are in fact criminal undertakings—often posing as executives from the companies where applicants have applied for jobs.One woman who applied for a job at the paint manufacturer Sherwin-Williams through the site of ZipRecruiter received an e-mail shortly afterward from someone posing as the CEO of the company.The person claimed that the position she had applied for was filled but offered another job as a "personal assistant" for the CEO himself for $500 a week."If you accept my offer, I will need you to take charge of my mails pick up and drop off as well as errand running during your spare time outside of work," the e-mail read."The job is flexible so you can do it wherever you are as long as there is a post office in the area.
When IBM reports its latest quarter are worrying signs that the company's turnaround may be further away than thought.For the twentieth consecutive quarter, reports IBM on the reduced sales – this in itself was no surprise – but the decline was larger than expected.Analysts had expected a decrease of 1.3%, but it landed on the 2.8 per cent.the Reason is stated to be weaker demand in the it services – which is a sign that the company's turnaround may take longer than previously thought.Bill Kreher, analyst at Edward Jones, says Reuters: " I think there is a frustration over that they miss when it comes to sales.
An augmented reality developer platform, group chat bots, and a virtual reality version of Facebook itself were just a few of the launches at the social network’s big F8 conference today.Here’s a breakdown of each major announcement and why they’re important to you and Facebook.
You might even know crappy infrastructure cost an American family of four more than $3,000 a year.Or that, even after a 2015 transportation bill injected a lifesaving $70 billion into the federal highway fund, the Congressional Budget Office a projects an $8 billion funding gap when the legislation runs out in 2021.More to the point, a real fix has to go after the real problem: The way the US has funded road construction and repairs for decades just doesn’t work anymore.Trouble is, Congress hasn’t raised the gas tax since 1993, even as inflation has done its thing, the American population has ballooned 25 percent, average fuel efficiency in new passengers cars has jumped from 28 miles per gallon to 36, and a sluggish recession economy pushed drivers out of cars and away from gas.The California legislature voted to raise its tax by 12 cents per gallon just last week—bringing it to 50 cents, the second highest in the nation.Charge People for How Much They’re Driving
the other Day inaugurated a new exhibition about Apple's history at the Living Computers Museum Lab in the american city of Seattle.Among other things, receive a fully functioning copy of the first Apple computer from 1976.In conjunction with the exhibition, there have been questions about how the future looks for Apple, a company founded by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.According to Wozniak, who visited the exhibition, the future looks bright for Apple and he is confident that the company will be celebrating the centennial eventually.- the Apple will remain for a long time, just as IBM.Look at Apple's cash, you can invest in just about anything.
When there’s a clear value exchange or concrete reason for information sharing, consumers will do it — but typically not without some hesitation.A new survey by YouGov, conducted for 7 in March, asked more than 1,000 US adults about their feelings on a range of customer-experience issues tied to personalization and privacy.The survey data can be spun either as a win for personalization or as a partial repudiation of it.Personalization was broadly defined in the survey as any of the following: “e-mail, age, location, browsing history, preferences, previous purchases, etc.” There was a clear hierarchy of reasons for sharing information.The top three responses were deals, customer service improvements and self-checkout (payments).A small minority (15 percent) were interested in targeted ads.
My problem with gaming laptops has always been twofold.Second, the starting-at price is never the ending-up at price.So even when say, Origin PC announces that its EON15-S series laptops will start at $999 instead of the price of a used car with moderate mileage and windows that still work, I'm either excited or skeptical.The base model of the EON15-S will have a 15.6-inch screen with 1920x1080 resolution, which is better than most of the cheaper laptops out there.The processor is an Intel Core i3-7100H, which is better than running your gaming laptop with a lawn mower engine, but not better than spending a few bucks more to boost the processor up to Core i5 CPU.The included 120GB SSD can be upgraded to 6TB of storage with some m.2 SSDs.
Should first update your cv or identify job vacancies?uravalmentaja costs of specialized HRM Partners director Sebastian Lindqvist advises to start the job search by doing a thorough self-analysis.through their own work plans and motivation begin to take shape.”When those things are yourself figured out, it is easier to think about what to emphasise in your cv, what I wrote myself a LinkedIn profile and how to market myself in an active job search.Applicants the most common pitfall is to leave analysis to be done.”looking for a Job need to feel that the product, i.e. himself and his career.
Snapchat is to start offering more location data to marketers in the US, allowing them to better track the efficacy of their ads in the offline world.A new tool called Snap to Store has been in beta testing with a select number of brands and will now let advertisers with physical stores in the States see how in-store traffic correlates the Snap campaigns.Wendy’s, 7-Eleven and Paramount Pictures are among some of the first brands to have used the feature.According to data from Snapchat, which has been verified by third-party platforms, a Geofilter from Wendy’s drove 42,000 people to visit its restaurants in the seven days after it was published and seen by users within the app.The fast-food chain’s head of advertising, digital, social and media said the feature was “a big win,” for the brand, adding that it hoped to see more adtech like this in the future.Snapchat has also unveiled a new dashboard for advertisers which shows the number of users who viewed their campaigns – including Lenses, Geofilters, Snap Ads and Filters – against how many then went on to visit the desired location.
A panel featuring Arianna Huffington, YouTube's Susan Wojcicki, and others shared what they think inhibit women from securing leadership positionsBreaking the glass ceiling is a personal and professional objective for many women.A 2016 analysis of the top 1,000 U.S. companies by revenue by advisory firm Korn Ferry revealed that less than a quarter (24%) of C-suite executives are women.Across industries, women make up 29% of CMOs, 19% of CIOs, and 5% of CEOs.So, what's preventing women from securing these high-level positions?An executive panel, moderated by MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle, sought to answer this question during the "She-Suite" session at the Tina Brown Women in the World Summit, done in partnership with The New York Times, in New York.
ministry of education and culture has granted approximately eur 17 million for education equality.with the Assistance to pre - and primary education gender equality improving in addition to promoting special needs education quality.in Finland, the differences between schools are still small, and we must not let our schools be differentiated better and poorer schools,” said education and culture minister Sanni Grahn-Laaksonen release.Therefore, we direct the eur 17 million additional funding challenging area of education, namely in regions with high unemployment, lower average education or higher foreign share of the population.Every family is able to continue to rely on the fact that middle school is the best school for your child.”subsidies can be used to hire more teachers and teaching assistants, so that the learning groups can be reduced to a ”challenging areas” in schools.