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It’s increasingly popular for fast food chains to brag that their plant-based patties taste as good as meat, but Burger King is taking it to a new level in Sweden.The chain, through a promotion by Stockholm-based agency Ingo, has created a 50-50 Menu that lets you order a Whopper your way—then try to guess whether the finished product is meat or veggie.Obviously, this coin toss is a bad idea if you’re a committed vegetarian, but for the veg-curious, it’s a fun way to see whether you can really tell the difference.A Swedish ad for the promotion doesn’t mince words, featuring the opening line, “This is such a mindfuck.”“We are really proud of how hard it is to tell our plant-based burgers apart from real meat,” says Daniel Daniel Schröder, marketing director for Burger King Sweden in a statement about the campaign.“With the 50/50 Menu, we hope that more people dare to try them.
The Lyft-owned bike-share system says it will have 40,000 bikes — more than triple the current amount — online by 2023.However, the expansion comes amid a spate of cyclists killed by cars in New York City and activists say local politicians and police haven't done enough to stop it.Earlier this month, a community group blasted Citi Bike for only serving white, wealthy citizens who already had transit access.Citi Bike / Lyft The latest expansion to the previously unserved borough as well as new neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan involves more than tripling the number bikes currently in the system to 40,000 by 2023, officials said."Here in New York, Citi Bike's expansion to new neighborhoods will provide convenient, affordable, and sustainable transit access to many additional New Yorkers, shortening commutes, boosting public health, and building connections between communities across our great city," Caroline Samponaro, Lyft's head of micromobility policy and former bike activist, said in a press release.Citi Bike came under fire earlier this month when a group called New York Communities for Change published a report blasting the system for largely serving areas that were made up of white, wealthy, customers.
It has decades worth of history in providing spectators with thrilling high-octane action that is unrivaled by any other sports of this category.It is sanctioned and regulated by the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA).Here’s the full schedule for it:Hong Kong Central Harbourfront CircuitRoyal Docks and ExCel LondonStream Formula E live online from anywhere in the World
Every artist has their own unique style.Some produce work that’s broad and colourful; others prefer detailed and dark.Then there are some whose work is so spot-on accurate it’s hard to tell it’s not a photograph.Gabz, real name Grzegorz Domaradzki, has been lighting the pop culture art world on fire for some time now, with amazing posters for Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and many others.Now, though, he's finally opened “I Am Gabz,” his first solo show at the Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, New York.Co-presented by Grey Matter Art, the show is comprised of prints and originals spanning all manner of pop culture, and we're excited to debut posters for a few sci-fi movies you may have heard of: Alien and Star Wars.
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Tech News (Liberal Tribune): Samsung is estimated to slow its Galaxy Note 10 Plus during an unpacked occasion on August 7 in Brooklyn.New York and rumors and leaks about the future Smartphone’s have already happening to pour in.Lately, YouTuber TechTalkTV Tweeted images of the look of a “phone” version of the latest smart phone phone.The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus may appear like this:One of the most manifest uniqueness of the phone shown in the photos is the single punch-hole camera in the front.Dissimilar the Galaxy S10 Plus, this has two front-facing cameras in the top right corner.
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Samsung's Unpacked is next month and while we've already seen renders of the Galaxy Note 10 that will be revealed at the event, they're now joined by a render of the Galaxy watch Active 2.The Galaxy Watch Active was announced in February and launched in April, but the first images of the Galaxy Watch Active 2 leaked last month (via Android Headlines) and this month's leaked render is reportedly an official one from a Samsung promo image.Looking at the design, not much has changed from the first iteration, with the usual rotating bezel still absent the second time around.The original watch launched with a silicone strap, but the promo image clearly shows a leather strap, so either the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will release with the leather substitute or it'll be an option at launch.We'll know more come August 7 when Samsung's Unpacked event kicks off at the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn.
Between the 2000 and 2010 census, the 65+ age group increased by 15.1% — notably greater than the 9.7% growth rate attributed to the broader population.Founded in 2017, the Brooklyn, New York-based company today announced a $5 million seed round led by Thrive Capital, with participation from Alphabet’s urban innovation offshoot Sidewalk Labs, Inspired Capital, Refactor Capital, Maveron, Collaborative Fund, Trailmix, Box Group, and a host of individual investors.A bit like a “TaskRabbit for seniors,” Umbrella invites local community members to sign up and offer their services — anything from moving boxes to shoveling snow, changing light bulbs, painting fences, raking leaves, or cleaning houses.These community members are what Umbrella refer to as “neighbors,” and they don’t work for free — jobs are typically charged at $20 per hour, though neighbors concede a $4 cut to Umbrella.Neighbors can also elect to receive less money, with the difference going toward discounted work for lower-income seniors in the neighborhood.CEO Lindsay Ullman was previously a principal at Sidewalk Labs and a partner at Alphabet’s investment arm GV.
When former journalist James Higdon founded Cornbread Hemp, a Kentucky-based CBD producer, he knew that getting in front of customers was crucial.Three hemp and CBD startups discussed those loopholes in detail with Business Insider, likening advertising on the world's largest social media network to a cat-and-mouse game, with the companies trying to outsmart algorithms and human reviewers.CBD and hemp remain a gray area in terms of federal regulation, and the Facebook ad ban underlines the complications this uncertainty has caused for companies.Read more: CBD companies were courted hard by a unit of US Bank — but they got ghosted despite having a 100% legal businessThe restrictions feel like an artificial stumbling block, said Beryl Solomon, a former fashion industry entrepreneur and the founder of Poplar, a Brooklyn-based online marketplace for CBD products.In May, Business Insider reported that Square invited a select group of CBD startups to a pilot program to handle their credit card transactions, but PayPal has yet to join in.
BROOKLYN, New York, Thursday, July 11, 2019 - The Institution of Civil Engineers will honor the research of a New York University professor who employed terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) to examine Ireland's historic Guinness Bridge.The research paper, published in the journal Engineering History and Heritage, garnered the 2019 Manby Prize from the institution, which lauded it for its exceptional quality and benefit to the civil engineering, construction and materials science community.It provided both a case history of a significant structure and a framework for assessing other historic wrought iron bridges using data.Debra Laefer, a professor of civil and urban engineering at NYU Tandon who also serves as a professor of urban informatics and director of citizen science at NYU's Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP), chose to examine the structure using TLS, a non-contact method by which researchers can quickly, cost-effectively, and safely acquire three-dimensional (3D) topographic data on the visible surfaces of structural members with millimeter-level accuracy.Much bridge assessment is conducted by means of visual inspection, which is subjective and highly dependent on an inspector's experience, particularly in poor weather conditions or when there is limited site access.TLS is a ground-based version of airborne Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR); Laefer has been widely celebrated for collecting the world's densest urban LiDAR dataset, which at over 300 points per square meter is more than 30 times denser than typical, capturing above-ground urban geometry at unprecedented detail.
BROOKLYN, New York, Thursday, July 11, 2019 - Theodore (Ted) S. Rappaport, a New York University professor and founding director of the research center NYU WIRELESS, is the recipient of the 2020 Eric E. Sumner Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), which cited his pioneering research in the field of wireless telecommunications.Rappaport's groundbreaking research in radio wave propagation, wireless communication system design, and broadband wireless communications circuits and systems, including work at millimeter wave (mmWave) frequencies (30 to 300 gigahertz), paved the way for several generations of wireless technology and sparked the commercialization of fifth-generation (5G) wireless technology.Before Rappaport published his seminal 2013 paper, "Millimeter Wave Mobile Communications for 5G Cellular: It Will Work," in an IEEE journal, few experts acknowledged the possibilities of tapping that underutilized spectrum.Now, NYU WIRELESS, which Rappaport launched upon arriving at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering in 2012, is moving well beyond 5G research.With other NYU WIRELESS researchers, he is exploring THz for ultra-fast, high-capacity data transmission and revolutionary applications for communications, medical imaging, precise position location, semiconductor testing, and new kinds of spectroscopy."Ted Rappaport has been a linchpin in making NYU a world leader in the field of wireless communications, as well as an educator who has inspired and nurtured the next generation of innovators in the field," said NYU Tandon Dean Jelena Kovačevi?.
Before the third-generation car departed from this mortal coil, though, we were given the chance to head down yonder Mexico way and assist in the assembly of some of VW's final Beetles.A presentation slide entitled "How will be work" details the day's schedule upon a projection screen at the other end of the room.This factory-floor fast-tracking runs in stark contrast to my Volvo S60 production line experience just two months ago in South Carolina.Since the Beetle's inception in 1938, more than 23 million bugs have crawled out of VW factories the world over, from Germany to Nigeria, Indonesia to Ireland and presently, Mexico.My first task is to install the front bumper cover on a Stonewashed Blue Beetle headed to a Chinese customer.That's not in the cards, though, so I go about my duties like a toddler navigating along the Brooklyn Bridge's railing.
Style matters a lot to Etsy’s millions of merchandisers.There’s roughly 43 different categories their products occupy, from knitted ware and cosmetics to midcentury modern decor, and the popularity of each style waxes and wanes depending on seasonality.Typically, classifying items requires a great deal of manual labor.But Etsy’s researchers last year embarked on a project to detect styles automatically across the storefront’s over 60 million listings.“[We wanted] to apply this to our buyers to try to get a sense of their style,” said Etsy CTO Mike Fisher during a session at VentureBeat’s Transform 2019 conference.“Tomorrow they might be looking for a wedding gift, and the next week, they might be looking for a gift for themselves because they want to celebrate a special occasion.
Samsung has confirmed that it's launching its premium Note 10 on Aug. 7.The event will be held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, and for Samsung fans waiting for a large-screen phone, the successor to the Note 9 may be the one worth actually waiting for.It's been more than 45 days since Samsung delayed the Fold, even though it said it fixed the screen issues some reviewers were experiencing with preproduction units.Though Samsung has a couple of premium phones under its belt (the Fold, for example, will cost $2,000 if and when it's eventually released), Note phones stand out as part of Samsung's ultra-luxe line.For that reason, it's no surprise there has been plenty of anticipation and curiosity surrounding the phone.Could it have 5G connectivity like the Galaxy S10 5G, or will it feature a swivel selfie camera like the Galaxy A80?
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This week, my wife and favorite librarian Paula brought home a new acquisition specially for me: An Innocent to Tame the Italian, a recent book from the Harlequin Presents imprint.Author Tara Pammi's previous books—which include Sicilian's Bride for a Price and Sheikh's Baby of Revenge—share a somewhat politically incorrect leitmotif of foreign sexual intrigue.If you're wondering: no, romance novels are generally not my speed.But the back-of-the-book tease for this work declared otherwise:For brooding tech billionaire Massimo Brunetti, a cyberattack on his company is unacceptable.After tracking down the savvy Manhattan hacker, he's stunned to find gorgeous genius Natalie Crosetto.
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