It's no secret that Google Chrome is often the culprit behind a slow computer, even if your computer is relatively new.Open enough tabs in Chrome and you can easily eat up all your RAM, which doesn't leave much for other things you might be doing on your computer.One way to check whether Chrome is to blame for slowing down a perfectly good computer is to check your computer's processes.On Macs, that means checking Activity Monitor.For Windows PCs, check the Task Manager.If you're seeing that Chrome is hogging a bunch of your resources like RAM and CPU, you could go one step further and check exactly which tabs, websites, and extensions are causing the biggest slow-downs on your computer.
'I did not have an unclassified FBI connection at home that worked'Former FBI director James Comey was using Gmail for FBI business while overseeing the controversial probe into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server during her tenure as US Secretary of State.A report from the US Department of Justice found Comey was "insubordinate" in his handling of the investigation while absolving him of political bias over the FBI's decision to clear Clinton of any criminal wrongdoing before reopening the investigation in the heat of the presidential election battle.The 568-page report (PDF) from the DoJ's Office of the Inspector General (OIG) uncovered "numerous instances in which Comey used a personal email account to conduct unclassified FBI business".In November 2016, Comey forwarded a proposed post-election message for all FBI employees entitled "Midyear thoughts" from his unclassified FBI account to his personal email account.This document summarised Comey's reasoning for notifying Congress about the reactivation of the Midyear investigation into Clinton.
Whether Spotify will succeed or not has never been about the product.Their dainty music player has always been among the best that you can find on the market.Spotify has not been particularly difficult to get capital, apart from the very first years.at Least since the US launch in 2011 has streamingjätten literally bathed in money.It was the agreements with the record companies that forced the company to postpone its US launch from the previous target of 2009 to mid-2011.And as late as 2017 low-Spotify's future in the record companies ' hands, when it negotiated the license agreement that would increase the company's profit margins enough to impress Wall Street.
A milestone for the autonomous flight.on Tuesday, flew the Nasa Ikhana for the first time without escort in the public airspace."This historic flight relating to the united states one step closer to unmanned aircraft," said the authority.Will the united states be the first to pick off the pilots from the aircraft?That may be so, for earlier in the week passed a milestone on the road to locate the pilotyrket to the ground.It was Nasa who first flew an unmanned aircraft in public airspace – without eskortplan or other flying security measures.
Depending on your level of expertise, web hosting, which is the task of making websites and web pages available to many users, can be either very simple of daunting.Our experts have curated the best web hosting services of 2018While they all act as a storage place for your website, where they differ is the amount of storage capacity, control, technical knowledge requirement, server speed and reliability.This is where your website will be stored on the same server as multiple other websites, that could be anywhere between hundreds or thousands of others.Costs of this type of hosting will be comparatively low.If you’re a small business, community group or stay-at-home mum wanting to run your own blog, in most cases beginners will find shared the simplest method of hosting their website.
For months, police across the country have been using a device called a GrayKey to unlock dormant iPhones, using an undisclosed technique to sidestep Apple’s default disk encryption.The devices are currently in use in at least five states and five federal agencies, seen as a breakthrough in collecting evidence from encrypted devices.But according to a new Reuters report, Apple is planning to release a new feature to iOS that would make those devices useless in the majority of cases, potentially sparking a return to the encryption standoff between law enforcement and device manufacturers.Under the new feature, iPhones will cut off all communication through the USB port if they have not been unlocked in the past hour.Once the hour expires, the USB-C port can only be used to charge the device.The result will give police an extremely short window of time to deploy GrayKey devices successfully.
Whole Foods co-founder and CEO John Mackey alluded to recurring tensions between the supermarket chain and parent company Amazon during a company-wide meeting on Tuesday.Mackey seemed thrilled with Whole Foods’ growth under Amazon, saying “it’s been an incredible year.” But he also revealed that friction and discord between himself and Amazon’s high-ranking executives has been something of a regular occurrence.“I’m sure that Amazon has probably gotten more disagreement from me than any other single person, and possibly more than everyone else combined,” Mackey said.“I have the least amount to lose.I have done this for 40 years.I love Whole Foods.” Mackey made millions from the Amazon deal.
Sony’s flagship smartphones are known for many powerful features and specs, but they usually disappoint in the design department.The company has been dragging the Omni design look for such a long time that users have given up on a fresh redesign.However, it seemed with the Xperia XZ2 that Sony is finally having a heart change.The Japanese conglomerate held an interview recently in which it talked about its design choices and what the future holds.The company was quizzed about the latest bezel-less fad and while it did not say when it did say that new design concept on the same lines are being explored.Sony admitted that a new design could see them compromise the stereo speakers and the selfie camera if they went ahead.
“Disabled athletes are rarely seen in the media in comparison with non-disabled ones,” Samo says.“The Paralympic Games gets relatively little attention – probably 5% of what the Olympic Games gets.I wanted to show different kinds of sports people, to highlight them and tell their often amazing life stories.”Slovenian photographer Samo has focused on sport throughout a busy career, which began in 1999.A keen sportsman in his youth who enjoyed ski-jumping, football and tennis, he initially qualified as a mechanical engineer before discovering a fascination for photography.“I'm self-taught as a photographer so learning the best techniques for different sports was challenging but, at the same time, it was really enjoyable.
A source at the Nikkei announces that Apple has asked its suppliers that manufacture components to their phone to pull down the production by 20 per cent.This then Apple track a fall in sales on a fairly saturated market where it is not as necessary to buy a new phone every two years.“Apple is quite conservative in terms of placing new orders for the upcoming iPhones this year,”Tvåbarnspappa resides in Stockholm with a penchant for all the technology.Right now very snowed in hemautomatisering.
Sometimes you acquire a company for the assets and sometimes you do it for the talent.Today Workday announced it was buying Rallyteam, a San Francisco startup that helps companies keep talented employees by matching them with more challenging opportunities in-house.The companies did not share the purchase price or the number of Rallyteam employees who would be joining Workday .In this case, Workday appears to be acquiring the talent.It wants to take the Rallyteam team and incorporate it into the company’s engineering unit to beef up its machine learning efforts, while taking advantage of the expertise it has built up over the years connecting employees with interesting internal projects.“With Rallyteam, we gain incredible team members who created a talent mobility platform that uses machine learning to help companies better understand and optimize their workforces by matching a worker’s interests, skills and connections with relevant jobs, projects, tasks and people,” Workday’s Cristina Goldt wrote in a blog post announcing the acquisition.
The great thing about Sony’s new trailer for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is that while it’s (wonderfully) light on specific details about the plot, it’s chock-full of little hints and clues about what we can expect to see in the film.Though his world may look and sound like ours, and others populated by Marvel heroes, there are a number of subtle differences—like the fact that the L train in Into the Spider-Verse’s New York City runs through the 31st Street MTA station (which doesn’t actually exist.)Much like our universe, though, the sewers of Miles’ NYC are also populated by monsters.The dragon-like creature doesn’t have Harry Osborn’s signature glider, but it is sporting a growth from its head that’s reminiscent of the Goblin’s classic hat, and the monster’s overall build is very similar to the character’s appearance in Disney XD’s Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon.Ultimately, Spider-Man saves Miles from the dragon monster, and when the two have a chance to catch their breath, they realise they both have spider senses that cause a kind of psychic feedback when they’re in close proximity.The first trailer for the movie showed us the Peter Parker/Spider-Man of Miles’ universe is dead fairly early on in the movie, which suggests that this encounter is the very beginning of Miles’ introduction to the existence of multiple universes.
It’s been a long time coming, but we finally have a release date for Days Gone.Many PS4 owners are probably familiar with Days Gone at this point, as the post-apocalyptic survival game was announced back in 2016 and made a big splash at Sony’s E3 presser in 2017.After multiple delays that ultimately pushed the game back to 2019, we now know when Days Gone will release.The reveal of Days Gone‘s release date is actually the second of five pre-E3 reveals Sony plans to make in the lead up to its press conference on Monday.Yesterday kicked off this string of reveals with the announcement of Tetris Effect, and tomorrow, we’ll get the announcement of a brand new PS4 game.A new PSVR game will be revealed on Saturday, and wrapping up on Sunday, Sony will detail an “eagerly anticipated game” that’s gaining PSVR support.
Whenever unencrypted e-mails are sent, however, this protection is undermined.And even with encryption in place, it is still possible to draw conclusions about who is communicating with whom, which should also be confidential, of course.Christoph Sorge and his team developed a web-based software system that protects the communication of lawyers and enterprises from third parties.The Saarbrücken researchers will be presenting their software, "Mavora", at the computer fair Cebit, taking place in Hannover from June 11 to 15 (Hall 27, Stand G75)."Although secure electronic communication systems have been around for a long time, they are hardly ever used in the legal context," Sorge said at the time.In the same year, he founded the SOLE Software GmbH, together with attorney Stephan Ory and Dominik Leibenger, thus offering a technical solution for secure, but also user-friendly communications with clients.
Get ready to celebrate the summer days with the return of the Water Festival in Pokémon Go.Despite arriving a little later compared to last year, the second Water Festival event features plenty of Water-type Pokémon to catch as well as a number of welcome trainer bonuses.The 2018 Water Festival kicks off later today at 1pm (PDT) and will run until June 21.Until then, Water-types, such as Magikarp and Wailmer, will be far more common, while rarer Pokémon, including starters Totodile and Mudkip, will now hatch from 2km Eggs.Trainers also earn double Candy and Stardust for any Eggs hatched during the event.Likewise, catching any Water-type creatures will award three times the amount of Stardust you’d normally receive.
However, since both Apple and Google like to save some surprises for the actual phone launch, this won't be a final evaluation by any stretch.The iPhone X wasn't the first phone to sport either notches or swipe gestures, but was the first to popularize both.Case in point: Android P supports a central notch, a corner notch and a notch on both the top and bottom screens -- you know, just in case.Voice Assistant: Google Assistant versus SiriSiri's upgrades in iOS 12 focus on making your iPhone predict what you want before you seek it out.It can handle a string of questions or a grouped command, and teach your kid manners.
And by smart we mean support for Amazon Alexa.Furthermore will get AirPlay 2 support at the launch on July 17.the uniqueness of The Sonos applications is its smaller form compared to the other similar products and it has HDMI (ARC).the ARC allows you to control your television with the help of the speaker, and thus with your voice if you are using Alexa.the Prices is 399 dollars, which means 4700 sek in Sweden, including vat.the Look makes it quite attractive even for those of us not playing with a Sonos for everyday wear.
Financial Conduct Authority to probe bank's migrationA city watchdog has launched a stinging attack on TSB chief Paul Pester for portraying "an optimistic view" of its catastrophic IT meltdown in April that prevented 1.9 million customers from using online bank services.Andrew Bailey, head of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), told the Treasury Select Committee the body is investigating TSB's IT migration off ex-parent Lloyds Banking Group's (LBG) systems, along with the Prudential Regulation Authority."We do not normally make this information public, but given the level of public interest, I want to be clear that we will be conducting this work," Bailey wrote in a letter (PDF) published ahead of Pester's second grilling by the committee later today."The FCA has been dissatisfied with TSB's communications with its customers and we have had concerns that TSB was not being open and transparent about the issues experienced," it added."For example, TSB referred to 'the vast majority' of customers being able to access their online accounts, at a time when there was a successful first-time login rate of only 50 per cent on the web channel."
A post dated May 22 on Douyin’s public WeChat account, “Sorry, Douyin fans”, accused Tencent of discrimination by taking down a lot of individual “healthy” video posts, while simultaneously accusing the company of itself hosting vulgar content.One user cut to the chase, “Douyin had been blocked on WeChat.”April 11 – On the grounds of “cleaning up” short videos, Tencent instructed QQ and WeChat to stop displaying Toutiao videos.Toutiao sued Baidu for its subsidiary Haokan Video’s unauthorized use of the copyrighted program, Yiguohui.May 18 – WeChat officially announced an upgrade to its redirect chain management rules, insisting that partners without audiovisual licenses would not be allowed to post video content to WeChat.Some say that the young average age of Weishi’s users is due to its success in attracting QQ users.
If content creators want to sell pricier monthly content subscriptions, offering stickers, pins, signed photos, or t-shirts can convince fans to pay a higher fee and keep them loyal with a physical connection.That’s why patronage platform Patreon just acquired Kit, a startup building a merchandise logistics backend so creators don’t have to fiddle with spreadsheets and stuff envelopes themselves.Together, they could help Patreon creators develop merch items that fans subscribe to get ahold of, potentially shelling out for $10 or $20 per month tiers rather than basic $1 or $5 online content-only tiers.It paid out $350 million over its first 5 years through 2017, and expects to send creators another $300 million in 2018, while taking a 5 percent cut.90 percent of Kit team, mostly product and engineering talent, will join San Francisco-based Patreon though they’ll stay put in NYC as a satellite office the rest of the year.This human-to-human connection” says Kit co-founder and CEO Camille Hearst.