Juri is coming to Street Fighter 5, Capcom has revealed.In a blog post, Capcom detailed all the moves Seth's South Korean spy will be bringing to the roster.Juri will also play a part in the new, free story DLC, "A Shadow Falls", which will explore what she's been up to in the time since her debut in SFIV.Her first V-Skill is called "Kasatsushu", where Juri charges up before rushing her opponent, kicking them from behind.Her V-Trigger, "Feng Shui Engine Type Alpha", sees Juri activate her left eye's Feng Shui Engine, which can cancel all of her standard attacks into one another for massive chain combos.Lastly, her Critical Art, "Sakkai Fuhazan" kicks a large vertical blade towards the enemy which strikes multiple times.
The international team of activists, technologists, and body-hackers known as Cyborg Nest want to give you a sixth sense — and, with apologies to M. Night Shyamalan, it s got nothing to do with seeing dead people.Instead, Cyborg Nest s upcoming first product is a device called the North Sense: a miniature, Bluetooth-enabled wearable chip-like device users attach by way of body piercings.Firstly, to vibrate each and every time you face in a magnetic northward direction.Secondly, to aid your transition in becoming a real-life cyborg.The main aim of Cyborg Nest is to help as many people as possible to become cyborgs by extending their senses, Liviu Babitz, Cyborg Nest s CEO and founder, told Digital Trends.We think it s something that should appeal to everyone on earth.
Security researchers at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam have found a way to subvert virtual machines using a combination of hardware and software shenanigans.The end result is the ability to flip bits in another VM's memory to weaken its encryption or mess with its operation.The attack, dubbed Flip Feng Shui, works by spinning up a virtual machine on a Linux-powered host, and filling a page of memory in the VM with data that's identical to a page in the victim's virtual machine.So now you have two pages in the host's memory that are the same.Then along comes Linux's Kernel Samepage Merging feature, which deduplicates the two pages into one, so only one copy is physically held in the host server's RAM, but it still appears in each VM's memory map.This technique, revealed by Google engineers last year, involves rapidly writing and rewriting data to flip bits in adjacent memory locations.
The world has seen the most unsettling attack yet resulting from the so-called Rowhammer exploit, which flips individual bits in computer memory.It's a technique that's so surgical and controlled that it allows one machine to effectively steal the cryptographic keys of another machine hosted in the same cloud environment.While previous research demonstrated that it could be used to elevate user privileges and break security sandboxes, most people studying Rowhammer said there was little immediate danger of it being exploited maliciously to hijack the security of computers that use vulnerable chips.Now, computer scientists have developed a significantly more refined Rowhammer technique they call Flip Feng Shui.It manipulates deduplication operations that many cloud hosts use to save memory resources by sharing identical chunks of data used by two or more virtual machines.Just as traditional Feng Shui aims to create alignment or harmony in a home or office, Flip Feng Shui can massage physical memory in a way that causes crypto keys and other sensitive data to be stored in locations known to be susceptible to Rowhammer.
Developers can be a finicky tribe when approached by companies.They can be particularly allergic to the presence of recruiters.So events designed as hackathons are literally one of those blissful hacks to networking with the developer community that consistently pays off.Hackathons are also fruitful in what they are designed to do: get the creative and problem-solving juices of the industry s top tech wizards flowing so that they can innovate and create cool things under the looming shadow of a winding down clock.Creators love to develop with the newest tech and toys out there.Everything my team did felt like we were pioneering a new medium.
Unfazed by the pressure of keeping its US supply chain intact, ZTE has sharpened its focus on pre-5G mobile infrastructure deployments with network operators.While operating under the shadow of United States export restrictions for most of this year, ZTE Corp has managed to weather that crisis and push forward a business expansion strategy that could set it up for accelerated growth over the next few years.Spokesman David Dai Shui said in an interview that the unique situation with the US restrictions has only served to strengthen Shenzhen-based ZTE s resolve to eventually become the world s third-biggest telecommunications equipment supplier, following industry leader Huawei Technologies and Swiss powerhouse Ericsson.That would be welcome news for investors in ZTE, who have seen the company s share price decline 14.6 per cent in the 12 months to December 23.The bureau had slapped ZTE with export restrictions in early March, which would bar suppliers from shipping any US-made equipment and parts to the Chinese company.That system, which was delivered to Iran in 2011, included hardware and software components from US technology firms such as Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco Systems, Dell and Symantec, according to a 2012 report on the product s packing list.
Education tech startup Teachable formerly known as Fedora has raised $4 million in a Series A round of funding according to CEO and founder Ankur Nagpal.The company provides a platform that s like a Shopify or a SquareSpace for tutors or teachers.Its platform allows subject matter experts to quickly construct online courses and sell or give them away to their followers, setting their own pricing, choosing how people should pay them, and owning all their own customer data.They can also opt to subscribe to use the software-as-a-service through a range of plans from $39 to $299 a month with low or no-commissions.Many are concerned with non-academic subjects, like cake decorating, feng shui, or how to fly or 3D print a drone.By contrast, predecessors to and competitors of Teachable s, such as Udemy, EdX or Coursera offer something more like a course catalog online, that students can peruse before buying.
On Tai Nan Street in the working class district of Sham Shui Po, you’ll find Common Room, a small shop with the look of a trendy coffee bar.Common Room is a so-called maker space, containing all that’s needed for inventors and designers to come up with their own unique products.The maker movement is the collection of entrepreneurs, builders, spaces and equipment around the world, united by the common passion to personalise and create new things.Common Room’s founder Keith Lam wants his maker space to complement the neighbourhood and its array of old-school customisation shops.To the untrained eye, Common Room -- or other maker spaces in Hong Kong -- wouldn’t seem like the starting points of a new world order in the economics of production.But in the eyes of Dr Neil Gershenfeld, Massachusetts Institute of Technology physics professor and founder of the Centre for Bits & Atoms (CBA), this and other maker spaces around the world herald a new, more personalised economy.
This article sums up some things Wil urges marketers to do to become more empathetic – “to understand the people behind the searches” – so that we can focus “not on being ranked but on being thanked.”Wil’s first piece of advice is so obvious that it might seem to go without saying: Talk with people.We have all these cool tools and platforms that we can just throw stuff into, and they tell us what to do.”Having worked as an SEO professional for almost two decades, Wil describes his “rebirth” this way:One day I woke up and I looked at all the years and all the time that I spent trying to understand how Google ranks things.I had spent all this time chasing what Google wanted and where they wanted the words and never tried to understand how people make the decisions they make.
If you can't be bothered to go grocery shopping, ship them straight to your door.Austrian photographer Klaus Pichler bought this and around 50 other unusual products for his series This Will Change Your Life Forever.It's a surreal look at esotericism, a blanket term for beliefs that venture outside traditional religions.“As I did research, I found out the spirituality is just a layer of lacquer on a really capitalist business,” says Pichler.Esotericism began over a thousand years ago, including Gnosticism in the first century AD and the New Age movement in the 1970s.The latter coincided nicely with the rise of the internet in the decades that followed, and countless forums dedicated to the dark arts and spirituality quickly sprung up online.
In 1973, the size of an average American residence was 1,400 square feet.This number has nearly doubled in the last four decades.From million-dollar manors to a billion dollar skyscraper, you could feasibly win the lottery multiple times and still not be able to afford these homes.So without further ado, sit back, relax — perhaps try out your best Robin Leach impersonation — and enjoy the gawk-worthy sight that is the biggest house in the world (and six runner ups).If home design and architecture pique your interests, you may also enjoy our articles on the best transforming homes and our roundup of the best interior design apps.The overall structure is based on Vaastu, an Indian architectural philosophy that’s similar to the Chinese Feng shui tradition.
Finding a good Wi-Fi signal to power all of our devices is kind of the contemporary Feng Shui: location matters.The process is usually a matter of trial and error under normal circumstances, but soon it looks as though we’ll be aided in this hunt by our vacuum cleaners, of all things.Starting January 23, a select few members of Roomba’s beta program who own the high-end Roomba 900 series units will be able to try out a new feature that finds your home’s strongest Wi-Fi signals while picking up stray confetti still lurking from New Year’s Eve.Through Roomba’s iRobot app, owners of devices like the Roomba 980 will be able to see a map of their houses showing the intensity of Wi-Fi signals in various spots.Most directly, the feature helps you figure out the rooms where your Roomba might have a bit of a problem staying connected, especially when compared with the app’s normal vacuum coverage mapsMore generally, it’ll help you decide if the guest bedroom is really as good of a spot for a Amazon Echo as you’d like to think it is.
Electrify raises US$30 million in token sale (Singapore).The startup is developing a blockchain-based marketplace for household energy supply deals, in the run-up to the liberalization of Singapore’s energy market next month.Electrify said that prospective token buyers pledged the equivalent of US$1.3 billion during its ICO.However, APACIG portfolio company Zen Rooms – which dismissed around 10 percent of its team last week – is reportedly being shopped around to potential buyers as its funding runway is close to drying up.But investors filed police complaints against the startup last December, saying it had stopped making payouts in June and that its bank accounts had been suspended.RateX nets US$2.3 million for app launch and regional expansion (Singapore).
That’s why Nagpal started Teachable, a platform for experts that want to create a business around their coursework that helps them build an entire online education suite beyond just platforms like Coursera or Udemy.Niche expertise can be way too valuable for just a simple marketplace like Coursera, Nagpal says, and experts in those areas — even seminars on mindfulness or Feng Shui — should be able to make more than just a few thousand dollars a year off that coursework.Nagpal said the company has raised an additional $4 million in equity from existing investors Accomplice Ventures and AngelList co-founder Naval Ravikant.“It’s the difference between listing a physical good on Amazon and having your own storefront.Nagpal says it is aiming for a business that will generate more than $200 million in sales this year, which might not be so far off given the speed at which it has ramped up from just $5 million in 2015 to around $90 million in 2017.In Teachable’s earliest days, instructors focused on marketing or programming, which is where a lot of online coursework got its start when the value of knowledge skills like Ruby or Python skyrocketed.
The work of a ghostwriterGhostwriters are not only responsible for allowing celebrities to bring their so-called memoirs to the people.Here they can prove their talent and help their clients achieve a better reputation.The wide field of speechesIn the Bundestag, in the state parliament and sometimes also in city parliaments, speeches are being held more and more frequently.Ghostwriters are increasingly engaged in helping politicians gain better visibility.Many well-known authors can be assisted in their work, so that they can pursue their manifold obligations.So a ghostwriter can work within a year on the memoirs of a film star and also write guides for Feng Shui and contribute one or the other chapters to the bestseller of a well-known crime novelist.Boredom never comes up, and when an author has earned a good reputation, he can rarely complain about a lack of jobs.The scientific fields plowScientific ghostwriters usually have a higher qualification than their colleagues.In order to be able to work professionally in these fields, a corresponding study must be completed, excellent knowledge and equally good final grades are a prerequisite.
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Farfetch — the e-commerce startup that works with some 900 high end fashion boutiques and labels to present and sell clothes, shoes, accessories and jewellery online, and we and others have heard is gearing up for a $6 billion IPO — is making an acquisition to double down China, one of the fastest-growing markets for luxury goods.It’s acquiring Curiosity China, a marketing firm that specialises in leveraging social media — specifically, WeChat — to target users and sell goods.It already works with some 80 brands that are also customers of Farfetch to help them use WeChat channels and accounts to reach would-be customers.It also offers CRM and a few other services.The plan will be to incorporate Curiosity China into Farfetch’s “Black & White” white-label API, which essentially allows boutiques to integrate their stock into Farfetch’s purchasing and logistics platform, or use that engine to sell its goods on their own sites.Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
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Shan Shui, meaning "mountains and water" in Mandarin, is a traditional Chinese art form that celebrates the beauty of China's rugged landscapes.In ancient times, according to one 13th-century poet, painters took their brushes and ink to the hills to sketch "rivers and mountains for thousands of miles."Today, China's rugged landscapes are rapidly changing, and now it's cities and roads that stretch for thousands of miles.French photographers Sebastien Tixier and Raphael Bourelly capture this in their cheekily titled series Shan Shui, with sweeping, monumental images of bulldozed mountains, diverted waterways, and skies darkened by toxic coal dust.It's a visual critique of the massive urban expansion and infrastructure projects that have reshaped China's heartland.Since 2000, the government's "Go West" campaign has sent tens of thousands of miles of new highways, railways, and pipelines snaking across the countryside.
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