Samsung and the US Consumer Product Safety Commission CPSC are formally recalling the replacement Galaxy Note 7 phone.According to the CPSC, all Galaxy Note 7 phones are being recalled, even the ones sold after September 15, which Samsung initially said would be safe to use.The CPSC says Samsung received 23 complaints of overheating Note
Konecranes received in the summer the European commission approval of Terexin MHPS-business purchase, on the condition that the Finnish sell Stahl CraneSystems -business.the Financial Times reported on Thursday that the japanese Kito is making the offer Stahl.Konecranes said it would undertake the sale by year-end.Konecranes according to the interest has arisen from many quarters.Konecranes announced in September that Konecranes and Kito have decided to dismantle 23.3.2010 has made a strategic alliance.at the Same time, Konecranes offers all owned by Kito shares Kitolle.
BMW is placing a bigger focus on tech in its all-new BMW 5-Series.In addition to semi-autonomous features, the 2017 BMW 5-series comes with smart display systems and Amazon's digital assistant Alexa.Scroll down for a closer look.
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Facebook continues to be the largest media outlet in the world.Yes, Facebook is a massive social network.It's also the number one place where humans get news online in 2016.Whether Facebook admits it or not, it's responsible for disseminating news to millions of people all over the world.There are two ways to encounter news on Facebook: through your News Feed posted by friends or media outlets you follow , or through the "Trending Topics" section.When you land on Facebook.com, you see both:Since the News Feed is customized to each Facebook user based on how you use Facebook, that section is entirely on you.But when it comes to Facebook's "Trending" section, things get a bit more complicated.The Trending section is intended to highlight actual news that lots of Facebook users are reading and sharing.And up until a few months ago, that section was overseen by a handful of actual human beings — editors, even!But back in August, Facebook fired its editorial staff after reports surfaced on Gizmodo that the section actively leaned toward liberal news and away from conservative news .And then things got worse.
There's some fresh evidence that appears to back up Apple's side of the story in an ugly battle the company has been having with a developer who made a popular app.To recap: last week, Apple booted a developer named Pogdan Popescu from the AppDash has been around for years.
If you're an amateur in the kitchen, meal preparation can be a slow process.But there are plenty of hacks that can make the process faster and more efficient.Business Insider consulted America's Test Kitchen, a professional culinary organization that's home to 50 food experts and also produces the popular cooking show of the same name.Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison, culinary scientists at America's Test Kitchen and the hosts of the TV show's 2017 season, gave us a few cooking tips that they say can help anyone save time and avoid mess.Check them out.
If we were to take a television back in time — to the Middle Ages, say — and show off a Blu-Ray film our time machine has a power supply , we can imagine that those medieval viewers would have no idea how we created such a stunning illusion.Our audience would presumably want to try to look inside the television to see if we had a small crew of theater performers
This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers.To learn more and subscribe, please click here.The White House released a lengthy report Wednesday on artificial intelligence AI and its potential impact on multiple industries.Understanding and pinpointing possibly harmful factors that underline the rapid evolution of AI will help prepare future government bodies, businesses, and users for the broad deployment of AI.The report, titled Preparing For The Future Of Artificial Intelligence,  highlighted four key areas of AI and offered recommendations for each: AI and regulation: Regulatory procedures can provide a sense of accountability and protect user data.Nevertheless, it s important that these regulations do not inhibit innovation within the space.The report recommends that agencies draw on technical experts at the senior level when setting regulatory policies to provide the appropriate level of touch for potential regulations.Research and the workforce: AI is becoming a bigger part of everyday life.Thus, it will be necessary for the workforce to become familiar with the ins and outs of the technology.It s in the interest of schools, universities, businesses, and the government to begin implementing programs aimed at educating the current and next generation of workers in how to use and apply AI across various fields.
Facebook lets people use professional camera equipment to shoot live video, and now Twitter does too.On Thursday, Twitter announced Periscope Producer, which lets media partners use professional-grade video cameras and mixing software to broadcast live video from Twitter's Periscope app.Normal Periscope users are only able to live stream from their phone's camera.Twitter's main focus as of late has been securing and promoting live video streaming deals like NFL games and the presidential debates.Periscope Producer is clearly designed to promote live show broadcasts on Twitter's platform, and the social network already has partners like Dancing with the Stars, Fusion, and Louis Vuitton using the software.Allowing people to create and share produced live video on Periscope has always been part of our vision and opens up new types of content for everyone to watch live," Periscope CEO and Twitter board member Kayvon Beykpour said in a statement."Periscope allows anyone to watch something with an audience, and now they re able to watch daily shows, large and small-scale events and other live video with compelling content from creators they know and love.NOW WATCH: A new charging device also stops shaky videos on your smartphoneLoading video...
The true impact of Samsung s discontinuation of its Galaxy Note7 smartphone will cost the company approximately $2.6 billion mid-3 trillion Korean won in operating profit across Q4 2016 and Q1 2017.Most of that will be realized during the last quarter of the year.Moving forward, Samsung said that it plans to normalize its mobile business by expanding sales of flagship models such as the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge.In a release, the electronics manufacturer shared that it will increase its focus on improving product safety for consumers by enacting significant changes to its quality assurance process.Samsung s announcement comes a day after it revised its earnings guidance for the third quarter, saying that consolidated sales would be approximately $42 billion 47 trillion Korean won and reduced operating profits by $4.6 billion.Today s $2.6 billion cost will be in addition to whatever impact it will have in Q3.As a recap: In August, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note7, a sequel to its Note5 with many of the bells and whistle features from the Galaxy S7 series and an updated S-Pen stylus.
Bloomberg has an in-depth feature looking at the world of Uber as it grows into Latin America.It s an interesting look at what it takes to grow a US company into a very different market, albeit a look based entirely on the testimony of Uber mangers.But apart from the business interest, it also features one very scary photograph: Uber drones holding placards over a highway in Mexico City as an advert for the multi-billion-dollar ridesharing future.Welcome to your future, techies.DON T MISS: This video might be our first look at a new Apple device no one even knew was in developmentAs the article points out, a lot of Uber s crazy-high valuation rides on its ability to be the number-one ridesharing company worldwide, not just in the US.
Plunkett This time last year, Apple reportedly paid up to $100 million £82 million for a Cambridge voice recognition startup called VocalIQ as it looked to make Siri that bit little smarter.But VocalIQ's software — designed to help computers and people speak to each other in a more natural dialogue — hasn't found its way into Siri, according to an artificial intelligence AI
Just yesterday, Amazon launched its new Amazon Music Unlimited music streaming service, striking at the very heart of Spotify s and Apple Music s business.Now Apple is biting back, sort of.Instead, it launched a new video ad that, while taking you through the new features of both app and service that arrived with iOS 10, also reminds you of the things that you can do on Apple Music that you still can t on Amazon.The video is technically a quick guide to the new features in Apple Music, but given the timing of its launch, it s almost hard not to associate it with the arrival of a new challenger.With the music streaming business growing more and more competitive, not to mention saturated, it pays to let prospective subscribers now what they re getting for $9.99 a month.The Apple Music ad actually goes beyond the basic music streaming features.
Let's face it: "Minecraft," despite being the biggest game in the world, is pretty daunting for some people.It plops you down into this gigantic, blocky world, with a near-unlimited amount of things to do and precious little direction for players who want a more guided experience.Enter "Dragon Quest Builders," a brand new PS4 game spun off from the long-running, enormously popular "Dragon Quest" series of Japanese role-playing games.It takes familiar tropes from classic RPGs like questing and narrative and implants them into an impressive-looking "Minecraft" derivative.Here's how it all works: View As:
Available as single copies or as a yearlong subscription, it highlights the best content from PCWorld.com—the most important news, the key product reviews, and the most useful features and how-to stories—in a curated Digital Edition for Android and iOS, as well for the desktop and other tablet readers.We review the newly released iPhone 7 and the compelling $200 EVGA GTX 1060 3GB graphics card.Cord cutting is a bigger bargain than ever: Cable-TV apologists keep offering the same tired defense.9 Reason Why PC Gaming is a Better Value Than Consoles: The PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio drive the point home.iPhone 7 and 7 Plus FAQ: Everything you need to know about Apple s new phones.Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga: This 2-in-1 s OLED screen will color your computing world.
Did you know there's a really quite secret -- as in private and we can't go and vomit on it -- monorail that stretches across 10 miles of north London?It's owned by the National Grid and sits in a tunnel that was built to carry electricity cables.The monorail is a happy addition, as it's used to inspect the tunnel and the cables, seeing as it's 10 miles long and walking that with a toolkit everyday wouldn't be that much fun.Blogger Ian Visits managed to assemble lots of information and photos of the tunnel -- running from Elstree to St John's Wood -- which was built between 2001 and 2004, opening for business in 2005.Its job is to link a substation at St. John s Wood to one in Elstree, allowing one 400 kV cable circuit to carry electricity into the city to keep all the lights on, the phones charging, and the milk heating for the ironic porridge.It's a proper tunnel too and not some crawly passageway, measuring 3m across -- just shy of the 3.5m width of the tube tunnels thereabouts.
Autonomous Vehicle Permit Issued and Road Testing Can Begin SAN JOSE, Calif.– BUSINESS WIRE –October 13, 2016– Today, NextEV celebrated the ribbon cutting and grand opening of its new headquarters, located in the heart of the Silicon Valley.The 85,000 square foot facility at 3200 North First Street in San Jose, California, will house approximately 400 employees and serve as the center of NextEV s global software development and North American headquarters.This Smart News Release features multimedia.View the full release here: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20161013006663/en/ NextEV U.S. CEO Padmasree Warrior and Chairman William Li officially celebrate the opening of their North American headquarters.The NextEV team will begin testing on public roads under the Autonomous Vehicle Tester Program guidelines as it progresses on its path to bring autonomy to market.NextEV will produce a zero-emission vehicle that will help achieve the recently released California Governor s 2016 Zero Emission Vehicle ZEV Action Plan.
The Isle of Man has lofty ambitions to become a technology business hotspot, but will need the skills to support itAs a crown dependency, the Isle of Man, located in between Great Britain and Ireland not to mention the fictional Isle of Sodor , is not part of the UK nor has it ever been a member of the European Union EU .Westminster is responsible for foreign affairs and defence, but everything else is left to the island s own elected parliament, led by a chief minister.E-business is set to account for 90 percent of the emerging growth, with two thirds of new jobs set to be in ICT.The Enterprise Development Scheme is a vital part of our strategy for nurturing local talent and creating more jobs for Isle of Man workers, said Laurence Skelly, minister for the department of economic development earlier this year.Manx Telecom, Pokerstars and Microgaming are cited as examples of major firms based on the island and the government also points to the creation of a fast growing Blockchain cluster.
By Matt Heinz, President of Heinz Marketing How I Work is one of my favorite recurring features in Inc Magazine as well as via Lifehacker s This Is How I Work Series, and recently several sales experts including Anthony Iannarino, Dave Brock and Trish Bertuzzi participated as well.Periodically moving forward we will feature a new B2B sales, marketing or business leader here answering what have become the standard How I Work questions.Lee was named by LinkedIn as one of the top 25 Social Media Marketing Experts, and his blog is ranked by Ad Age as one of the top marketing blogs in the country.Soon, Riga Latvia via London.Current computers: I have a small pile of beat up laptops, but only use my MacBook Pro
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