Finnish physicist Aleksi Vuorinen has received from the European research council for five years a total of 1.34 million grant for a neutron star contains the material properties for prediction.this Study seeks the answer to how the substance behaves in the most tiheimmissä possible conditions, when it is pressed into the pile, almost without limit.Vuorinen, according to a major grant brings to the work of continuity."This will enable proper working of maintenance.of course I'm happy, after all, this is Europe's biggest grants", says Vuorinen STT.neutron star material is incredibly dense: the whole of humanity to accommodate the sugars inside.
This time the company has experienced a Partial Inability to Support Optimal Performance PITSTOP of its email systems and of some servers.Our teams are continuing to work incredibly hard to restore those services still [email protected] purdie Hi Fraser, yes all emails will be delivered as soon as issues are resolved.— 123-reg @123reg May 17, 2016El Reg reader Dave wrote about the new PITSTOPs said I vave never had the pleasure of working with such an incompetent shower in my life and that is REALLY saying something .Dave's ire is likely due to the fact this is 123-Reg's second incident in a month.In April, the company managed to lose tens of virtual servers, leaving customers without backup and with only an offer of six months free hosting as comfort.
Android VR, Chrome, self-driving cars, chatbots, and all kinds of other fun stuff.Google is going to tell us what the company has in store for the year—and many years— ahead.Streaming the event is incredibly simple.Just feast your eyeballs on the YouTube livestream below.If you re feeling particularly adventurous, you can also watch this livestream with Google Cardboard or whatever VR headset you might have laying about.Take a look at our I/O expectations and get ready for an afternoon full of exciting talk about the future.
Motorola reinvented the budget smartphone with the Moto G, offering up a startlingly strong device for less than £200 – and the second-gen model was even better.Things got a bit muddled with last year's handset, which bumped up the price and was a bit chunky, and it didn't help that the competition finally caught up and made the £150-£200 smartphone market incredibly competitive.The newly-revealed Lenovo Moto G4 looks like a significant enhancement over last year's model, promising a larger and sharper screen, enhanced performance, and added customisation – and the Plus model seems even better for little extra money.And if not, there's another big perk: newly-added TurboPower fast charging, which lets you add about six hours of mixed battery usage with just a 15-minute charge.If you use a cheaper smartphone, chances are you're more concerned about value over wielding the highest-quality components on the market for that price range.In that case, if your 2015 model still works well, it's probably hard to justify buying a new phone this summer.
Originally released way back in 1970, the unique sound of the Minimoog analog synthesizer means the hardware is still in demand today.But since Moog stopped producing the synths back in 1981, they re incredibly rare and expensive now—unless you re happy to add this sofa equivalent to your studio.The sofa s outer shell is made from washing machine-safe canvas that s been printed with an oversized Minimoog design using eco-friendly inks.It s filled with polystyrene beads, which means that without a frame it probably feels more like plunking down on a bean bag chair instead of a sofa—but that s still a great place to take a nap.Pricing is around $420 so it s definitely more expensive than a nondescript bean bag chair.If you still want to make music with it, just go download Moog s new $30 synthesizer app and curl up with your smartphone.
Here s a British Airways Airbus A380 attempting to land at Vancouver airport.You can see the world s largest passenger airplane make its final approach and come so, so close to the ground — but then decide to abort and make a go-around instead.It s mightily impressive to see such a big plane make a manoeuvre like this.Adobe Flash Player or an HTML5 supported browser is required for video playback.Get the latest Flash PlayerLearn more about upgrading to an HTML5 browser
Netflix has just launched what is probably the simplest speed test on the Web.It s called Fast.comIt s incredibly minimal, and loads pretty much immediately, probably because there are no ads.A frequently asked questions section explains that keeping the site minimal was a conscious choice:Fast.com is a simple-to-use way for consumers to estimate what speed their ISP is providing.Netflix does give you the option to compare your results with Speedtest.net,which provides detailed results on upload speeds, latency and other metrics as well.That s a nice touch, given the companies aren t affiliated at all – there s isn t even a link to Netflix proper.Of course, this is all part of the company s continued vendetta against slow ISP speeds, and we wouldn t be surprised to see links to Fast.com show up on the Netflix site and apps, especially when users are having connection problems..
The operating system is already installed on more than 300 million devices but it s still far short of Microsoft s most popular OS, Windows 7.According to NetMarketShare, the OS is installed on 47.82 percent of desktops compared to just 15.34 percent of machines running Windows 10.The point I m getting at here is that Windows 7 is still an incredibly important part of Microsoft s overall software strategy.Microsoft s Nathan Mercer recently announced a solution it s calling a convenience rollup for Windows 7 Service Pack 1 that should help matters.Instead, it consists of all the security and non-security fixes that have been released since SP1 that are suitable for general distribution through April 2016.Best yet, the convenience rollup can be injected into Windows 7 SP1 media for a seamless installation.
Google is going to tell us what the company has in store for the year—and many years— ahead.Streaming the event is incredibly simple.Just feast your eyeballs on the YouTube livestream below.If you re feeling particularly adventurous, you can also watch this livestream with Google Cardboard or whatever VR headset you might have laying about.Update: For an alternative stream there is also this feed from Google directly:Need a quick refresher on everything Google?Take a look at our I/O expectations and get ready for an afternoon full of exciting talk about the future.
Meet James Young, a 25-year-old gamer who lost an arm and a leg in a DLR accident three years ago.In a scarcely believable twist of fate, gaming giant Konami last year was on the lookout for an amputee it could turn into Snake, the bionic-armed, bad-as-fuck lead character from Metal Gear Solid V.James is their man.BBC Three s new two-part documentary Bodyhack: Metal Gear Man follows James as he gains an incredibly-advanced prosthetic limb and adjusts to life as a part-human, part-robotic being.Though his new arm can be customised with all manner of gadgets, including drones, lasers and a bionic hand, it isn't completely under James' control.Bodyhack: Metal Gear Man is now available to watch through the channel s website, YouTube page and iPlayer, though we've embedded the first part above.Prepare for nothing you ve ever seen before.
Meteors become bright 'fireballs' when debris is either larger than normal, or moving incredibly fast.Photo: Wally Pacholka / AstroPics.com / TWANPolice Sergeant Tim Farris was patrolling the streets of Portland, Maine early Tuesday morning when he caught a very different kind of speeder on his dashboard camera — a meteor.Meteors are small grains of interplanetary debris that smack into our atmosphere at breakneck speeds and burn up, streaking through the night sky like shooting stars.As Earth orbits through the tail of Halley's Comet, it produces a meteor shower called the Eta Aquarids, which we are currently in the midst of.When a meteor is so bright that it outshines the rest of the sky, it's called a fireball.Fireballs are created when the debris is either larger than normal, or moving at incredibly fast speeds.
"We want to help you get things done in your real world.and see a list of show times, but with Assistant you'll be able to follow that question up " I want to bring the kids this time."This kind of voice-guided, frictionless conversation is currently the Holy Grail of modern computing.Amazon has the Echo, Microsoft has Cortana, and the creators of Siri are releasing a potentially revolutionary AI assistant called Viv later this year.Google Assistant is entering a crowded space, but Google's advantage is that it already owns web search and loads of data on user habits that it can mine.Whether normal people want to use virtual assistants or not remains to be seen, but Google has as good a shot as anyone to convince them when its Assistant comes out later this year.For an even better idea of how Google Assistant will work, watch this demo video:Read the original article on Tech Insider.More from Tech Insider:Airbnb is being sued for ignoring racial discrimination by hostsGoogle's 'Allo' messenger looks like an awesome app you'll never useThe best way to stop a mosquito bite from itching is surprisingly simpleA Nobel Prize winner in economics just backed basic incomeRolls-Royce just revealed its Phantom Zenith and it's incredibly luxuriousNOW WATCH: This is Google s answer to the Amazon EchoLoading video...
Beyond everything else though, the most important realization for me personally was this: weight loss is a game of numbers.It s a wonderfully simple concept but it can be incredibly difficult to maintain, and I discussed several ways I managed to do it.As the saying goes, every little bit helps, and a reader just emailed me a note about a nifty calorie-cutting invention that couldn t be simpler.In an effort to address that issue — and to generate some buzz — an advertising agency called BBDO Bangkok partnered with the Thai Health Promotion Foundation to do something about it.30 calories doesn t seem like a lot, but as I mentioned, every little bit helps.Thanks to the sharing economy, living in five different cities in five years has never been more doable.
This is a film where an actor would be forgiven for forgetting the entire cast list of fellow actors - especially if they had no scenes with them in the same studio.In fact with so few lines in the film, it's not out of the question to assume that Sean Penn didn't spend nearly as much time in the recording booth as the rest of the cast.We spoke with Jason Sudeikis, who plays the main character in The Angry Birds movie, "Red", as well as Maya Rudolph and Josh Gad."I do way more push-ups," said Rudolph"Yep, you've got to," said Sudeikis"I went to an aviary for 2-months," said Gad"Oh boy, here we go."- SudeikisRudolph went on to give a slightly more serious answer, suggesting that though she doesn't feel any difference playing the role of a human VS an animal voice acting, that is , she does feel that it is "incredibly liberating as an actor to play any thing."The Angry Birds Movies comes to theaters in the USA on the 20th of May, 2016.
Telangana chief minister Chandrashekar Rao meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook in IndiaApple will set up an office in southern India to develop the Maps feature for its products, the company said on Thursday in its second such announcement since CEO Tim Cook arrived in the country."Apple is focused on making the best products and services in the world and we are thrilled to open this new office in Hyderabad which will focus on Maps development," Cook said in the statement."The talent here in the local area is incredible and we are looking forward to expanding our relationships and introducing more universities and partners to our platforms as we scale our operations."The country is an incredibly price-conscious market where smartphones are available for as little as $100, and Apple must bring in cheaper version of the iPhone to make successful inroads.The tech company is trying to get Indian government approval to sell refurbished iPhones, a proposal likely to face stiff opposition from local manufacturers.With a massive 1.25 billion population, including 6 million new Internet users every month, India has become a key focus of Silicon Valley tech giants over the last few years.
Images: V MuseumLondon s Victoria & Albert Museum has unveiled an incredibly intricate robotically woven and biologically inspired carbon-fiber pavilion in its courtyard.Each panel is made from a combination of transparent glass fiber and black carbon fiber, woven into a structure inspired by a beetle s forewing—known as elytra, hence the structure s name, Elytra Filament Pavilion.The panels weigh around 100 pounds each.The installation is the brainchild of experimental architect Achim Menges, along with collaborators Moritz Dörstelmann, Jan Knippers and Thomas Auer.One of those robots will sit within the courtyard during the course of the exhibition.While in situ, it will create new elements that can be added to the structure based on real-time sensed data.
Melville's story is a horror film is loosely based on the sinking of the whaling ship Essex in 1820, now makes a Ron Howard film adaptation of the hunt and the hard life in the 1800s whalers. The film is a visual treat, incredibly dramatic and technically well made - but it is not devoid of flaws altogether. Tough guy Owen Chase Chris Hemsworth is the underdog who comes from humble and working his way up to first mate, but just as he promised a promotion to captain will spolingen Pollard B. Walker and steal the job in front of him. It is the beginning of a predictable conflict between the two cockerel are when they go in search of the coveted valoljan. We sit and feel a bit cheated. We feel moved 170 years back in time, all accompanied by alluring photo with beautiful close-ups and sweeping natural landscape, with a lovely color palette that matches the season, the sea and run the ship and its crew, which increases the tension in the hunt for the giant elections.
A drug which boosts the body s immune system has been found as an exciting step forward in the battle against skin cancer.Four-in-10 patients who had a deadly skin cancer were still alive after three years after being given the drug.What s even more promising is that 15 per cent of those that were given the drug showed no signs of cancer at all.While the human body is incredibly capable of fighting infections, it has a lot of safeguards built in to stop it attacking human tissues.President-elect of the American Society of Clinical Oncology Dr Daniel Hayes explained the importance of this drug: This has been a bad disease, it s hard to treat, it s a sneaky disease and the mortality rates have been enormous so to see 40% of patients alive at three years is really a step forward.Thanks to some very early and clear successes with the drug the findings are already being put into action with the NHS approving pembrolizumab for patients with melanoma.
Originally released way back in 1970, the unique sound of the Minimoog analog synthesiser means the hardware is still in demand today.But since Moog stopped producing the synths back in 1981, they re incredibly rare and expensive now—unless you re happy to add this sofa equivalent to your studio.The sofa s outer shell is made from washing machine-safe canvas that s been printed with an oversized Minimoog design using eco-friendly inks.It s filled with polystyrene beads, which means that without a frame it probably feels more like plunking down on a bean bag chair instead of a sofa—but that s still a great place to take a nap.Pricing is around $420/£287 so it s definitely more expensive than a nondescript bean bag chair.If you still want to make music with it, just go download Moog s new £23 synthesiser app and curl up with your smartphone.
Originally released way back in 1970, the unique sound of the Minimoog analog synthesiser means the hardware is still in demand today.But since Moog stopped producing the synths back in 1981, they re incredibly rare and expensive now—unless you re happy to add this sofa equivalent to your studio.The sofa s outer shell is made from washing machine-safe canvas that s been printed with an oversized Minimoog design using eco-friendly inks.It s filled with polystyrene beads, which means that without a frame it probably feels more like plunking down on a bean bag chair instead of a sofa—but that s still a great place to take a nap.Pricing is around $420/£287 so it s definitely more expensive than a nondescript bean bag chair.If you still want to make music with it, just go download Moog s new £23 synthesiser app and curl up with your smartphone.
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