Expandable storage is critical to many Android users, and memory makers know it too well.Existing microSD cards can go all the way up to 256GB of extra storage, and the SDA consortium has adopted new standards to make sure consumers buy cards that are fast enough for smartphone use.But one company quietly unveiled a microSD card that s faster than anything else available right now.In fact, the new 256GB microSDXC card Adata made is so fast that it can even rival some SSDs out there.Spotted at CES 2017 by AnandTech, the 256GB microSD card in the following image can deliver write speeds of up to 260MB/s and read speeds of up to 275MB/s.The new card is based on 3D MLC NAND technology from SK Hynix, and it uses the UHS-II bus.
Alphabet Inc. s Google runs the world s largest advertising business, selling space atop its search results.Google is also among the biggest buyers of those ads, promoting products from its music service to its app store.These days, Google often pushes its growing list of hardware products, from Pixel phones to Nest smart thermostats, in the top ad spot above its search results.A Wall Street Journal analysis found that ads...
At least one prototype boasts a screen larger than the iPhone 7 Plus 5.5 inches , Bloomberg reports, in addition to metal edges and a back made of ceramic that s more difficult to manufacture than typical smartphone materials.And company engineers are experimenting with a touch-sensitive feature akin to Apple s 3D Touch, which would enable the phone s screen to sense different levels of pressure.Like the LG G5 and Moto Z before it, the phone is rumored to support modular add-ons that ll extend and enhance its capabilities.The phone s software remains a mystery, but it could incorporate elements of artificial intelligence.New computing platforms happen every 10-12 years, Rubin said at Bloomberg s Technology Conference in June.— to begin mass production ahead of a mid-2017 launch.
CES 2017 represented a glimpse into the future and confirmation that technology is going to continue impacting every part of our lives.But with a focus on tech that s specifically geared towards families, here are my 12 picks from the show.Using the premise that babies are born three months too early, the bed offers features like a built-in swaddle, white noise and automatic rocking motion to lull baby to sleep.The bed can detect if the diaper has leaked, and will send notifications to your phone.Working similarly as Amazon Echo, Aristotle is an interactive gadget that grows with your kids, from providing nursery music as a baby, all the way to homework help in middle school.This year, the company makes our cool tech list again with the Moxi stroller.
Pääministeri Juha Sipilä kesk ei aio luopua omistajaohjausasioista, kertoo Yle.Sipilän yhteyden liike-elämään ovat olleet tapetilla viime aikoina valtionyhtiö Terrafamen lisärahoituspäätöksen takia.Oikeusasiamies selvittää asiaa, ja vastausta Sipilän mahdollisesta jääviydestä odotetaan lähiaikoina.Sipilä itse katsoo omistajaohjauksen kuuluvan yhä hänelle.Kysymykseen mahdollisesta omistajaohjauksen siirrosta toiselle ministerille, hän vastasi seuraavasti:Se on pääministerin salkussa, ja sehän ei näihin keskusteluihin liity mitenkään.
Det spekuleras i att Facebook arbetar med teknik som ska läsa av hjärnvågor, något som potentiellt skulle kunna läsa tankar i framtiden.Den slutsatsen drar åtminstone affärssajten Business Insider efter att ha läst beskrivningen av några av de senaste jobbannonserna från den sociala mediejätten.Annonserna beskriver ett projekt som bedriver utveckling inom neuroradiologiska och elektrofysiologiska data för att ta fram framtidens kommunikationsplattform.Företaget har avböjt att kommentera annonserna.Sajten skriver att ett uttalande från grundaren och vd:n Mark Zuckerberg ifjol antyder att företaget kan jobba på någon typ av telepatisk kommunikationsenhet som läser av hjärnvågor, skriver sajten."Någon gång i framtiden tror jag att vi kommer att kunna sända utförliga tankar till varandra genom att använda teknologin", ska han ha sagt.
University students in Korea pose after being selected as this year's LG Electronics' Assistive Technology Education & Competition programme participants, at the firm's headquarters in Seoul, Tuesday.LG Electronics said Tuesday that it will help students in Korea and the United Arab Emirates UAE develop a mobile application for disabled people.The Seoul-based company has recently selected a group of 10 university students in Korea, offering them education courses ― such as computer coding and cultural differences between the two countries.Following the month-long pre-education programme, the company will send them to the UAE next month.They will then team up with local university students there to jointly develop the application for the handicapped.The application will be available for downloading around July.
It's safe to say email is a tough game, but there are still ways to win.If your copy isn't up to scratch, your click-through rate is going to sink way down.Keep the copy is short and succinct, making it easy for users to scan and digest the message quickly.Fifty-three percent of marketers say continuous, personalized contact with existing customers results in moderate to significant revenue impact.Use a simple, grid pattern that is easy to follow and allows the products to become the main focus.Design your emails to fit in with the rest of your branding and marketing collateral.
Izettle was founded in 2010 and has since emerged as one of Sweden's hottest fintechbolag.In 2015, the company had sales of almost 350 million with an operating loss of over 290 million.Wilhelmina Douglas became the company's first public relations staff in 2011 and has worked as a PR-solely in the company's marketing manager, Johan Bendz since then.I had basically just had a real job before, so I am incredibly excited for the opportunity I got at Izettle.Now I got a very good offer which I wanted to take , " says Wilhelmina Douglas.Now she takes a big leap up the career ladder, even if it will be in a smaller company.
For women in tech, sexism is so often encountered that it unfortunately comes to be expected.A new 30-second ad by deodorant company Secret shows just how embedded gender-based bias is in the industry by telling the story of two women pitching their startup to men at the top.The comedic ad, called "Pitch," illuminates the worries and preparation women asserting their tech talents have to go through to prove their value in "the boys' club."In the spot, two women enter an elevator on their way to a big-deal business meeting.After perfecting their handshake, one takes to quizzing the other on the stats of their startup.Notably, the woman doing the questioning takes on the role of a sexist businessman who doubts the other woman's accomplishments and abilities.
We've all been there on new year's eve, promised ourselves that next year we should tamejtusan start training for real.And like the damned, we are the day after and the press in the us of a properly greasy pizza.Here, however, you have a lighter solution than lugging off to the gym.the Smartrope is a smart jump rope duh!that measures how you train, showing up the information in the air in front of you via the LED lights and wired up to the phone to save the statistics.You can even compete against friends via Facebook.
Apple har angivit sina officiella siffror på användarbasens fördelning för iOS och efter förra årets julhandel har man accelererat ordentligt.Den stora majoriteten av alla aktiva iOS-enheter som iPhone, iPad och iPod Touch är upptaterade till Apples senaste operativsystem.Det är en ökning med 13% sedan den senaste mätningen i november 2016 och otroligt imponerade med tanke på att iOS 10 lanserades i september förra året.iOS 9 håller fortfarande ett hårt grepp kring 18% procent av användarna och fortfarande är 6% fast övertygade vid att iOS 8 eller tidigare var bättre tider.iOS 10 är kompatibelt från och med iPhone 5, iPad Mini 2 och den 6:e generationens iPod Touch.Den sista januari i år kommer Apple presentera hur många iPhones man sålde under förgående kvartal.
We found that out during Consumer Physics CEO Dror Sharon s visit to the DigitalTrends booth Thursday afternoon.But through the connectivity issues, we at least saw a glimpse of how its molecular scanning technology works.While the company has been working on the idea of getting what was once a $10,000 piece of equipment into something we can all afford since 2011, it s only had a working prototype since 2014 in a handheld model.That device has only now made it to the pre-order stage to ship in six to eight weeks , but Consumer Physics in partnership with Chinese electronics manufacturer Changhong is already taking the next step.On its own it s a pretty impressive device, with a large six-inch screen and eight-core processor.Spectrometers work by sending out a pulse of near-infrared light that causes materials in an object to vibrate.
When you take breaks, you come back to your work with a fresh perspective, and if you re stuck, that perspective can often help you figure out a solution.The Genius Deck helps with this by asking random questions to help you switch gears.The site is pretty simple.You just hit the Flip Card button and you re presented with a virtual card that presents a random question or phrase like, Start with a small bet.The idea is to help get your mind on a different path.The site puts it this way:
Fragments of carpet were discovered in a 17th-century shipwreck at the bottom of the sea off the coast of the Netherlands.Fragments of a carpet that had been buried at the bottom of the sea for nearly 400 years are now on display in the Netherlands.The carpet, which is made from silk and wool, is decorated with flowers and animals, including lions.Based on the patterns, colors and weaving techniques, art historians concluded that the fabric was likely manufactured in Lahore, in present-day Pakistan, during the second quarter of the 17th century, according to the Kaap Skil museum on Texel Island, which started exhibiting the rare textile this week.During the Dutch Golden Age, ships traveling to and from Amsterdam would stop around Texel Island in the Wadden Sea.Because it was such a heavily trafficked area, the waters around the island are now littered with ships that sank during rough storms.
E-post-appen som kommer med IOS 10 är lika enkel som den är kraftfull.Det finns en hel del trix du kan använda dig av för att maximera din upplevelse och förenkla din mail-hantering på Iphone och Ipad.Det är dock inte särskilt lätt att hitta alla och vi visar dig sex stalltips på hur du smidigare kan använda dig av Mail.Läs också: Mail i IOS 10: Enklare att avsluta prenumerationer och betydligt bättre filterDu behöver inte nöja dig med flagga, markera som läst och släng som dina enda val när du sveper runt till vänster eller höger i inboxen.Det går faktiskt att byta ut någon av dessa, till exempel för att flytta meddelanden till en ny mapp, eller arkivera dem.
the New monitors with thunderbolt 3 and usb-c is one of the categories we expect to see a lot of at this year's CES trade show.First out is Dell, which has presented its new designerskärm Ultrathin S2718D.World's thinnest display boasts Dell, and it is undeniably a very, very thin.the Frame around the screen is also very narrow.The Dell is accomplished by placing all components in addition to the actual display panel of the foot to the stand.It makes to the stand are not going to take the loss and that the screen thus can't be mounted on the vesa bracket.
Instagram only gives you one opportunity to link to outside resources inside its photo sharing platform.This might not be a problem for a majority of the users, but for those wanting a little more customization and even more options, it leaves much to be desired.Enter Linktree, a free tool for Instagram designed to improve traffic to your outside link, be it a blog, portfolio, or store.How it works is fairly straightforward.After connecting Linktree to your Instagram profile, you ll receive a single link to place in your Instagram bio.Once that link in place, you can customize what it s linked to within your browser, be it a single website, or a collection of sites you re looking to direct followers to.
Over the past two decades, HIV has gone from a lethal diagnosis to a manageable condition.And yet, the virus continues to spread as some 1.9 million new people are infected each year.HIV is no longer always the fatal disease it once was, but catching it is still common.An implant that offers to do for HIV what the IUD did for birth control now seeks to change that.Part of the reason for HIV s continued spread is poverty.The virus s toll is highest in economically-strapped regions such as sub-Saharan Africa that lack the resources to widely distribute the drugs and healthcare necessary to keep it under control.
Prior to CES 2017, the California-based responsive lighting firm Stack announced the beta launch of an innovative technology designed to alert people of any disturbances in their homes while they are away.Referred to as Stack s Home Awareness service, the feature plans to integrate seamlessly into the company s existing product line — such as its Stack Classic bulbs and Stack Downlight.In addition to the Home Awareness announcement, the company also says it shipped the first batch of bulbs to pre-order customers and now sells the line to any interested buyer via its website.With Home Awareness, owners of either of Stack s lighting options can rest assured that their light bulbs are keeping a keen watch on their household throughout the day.Should any disturbance arise or a sudden change in occupancy occur, users have the ability to receive a smartphone alert to clue them in.What is particularly impressive about Home Awareness is that it allows anyone to install a home monitoring system without shelling out any big bucks for an advanced setup — no monthly fees, no expensive installation, plain and simple.