If you had a choice between a better, faster cell phone signal and an accurate weather forecast, which would you pick?That’s the question facing federal officials as they decide whether to auction off more of the wireless spectrum or heed meteorologists who say that such a move could throw US weather forecasting into chaos.On Capitol Hill Thursday, NOAA’s acting chief, Neil Jacobs, said that interference from 5G wireless phones could reduce the accuracy of forecasts by 30 percent.That's equivalent, he said, to the quality of weather predictions four decades ago.“If you look back in time to see when our forecast scale was roughly 30 percent less than today, it was 1980,” Jacobs told the House Subcommittee on the Environment.That reduction would give coastal residents two or three fewer days to prepare for a hurricane, and it could lead to incorrect predictions of the storms’ final path to land, Jacobs said.
Google shares details on how first price auctions in Google Ad Manager will workDisplay and video ads sold with Google Ad Manager, Google’s ad server and publisher exchange, will get additional auction functionality aimed at removing Google’s “last look” outbidding advantage, while also bringing new minimum pricing strategies and rules, the search giant recently announced.Instagram Separates New Likes on Posts, Adds Unfollower Stats for Creator AccountsInstagram has tested showing most recent post likes first, along with adding unfollower statistics to Instagram Creator analytics data, features that could prove useful to digital marketers when eventually rolled out.Infographic: The Difference Between How Younger and Older Gen Xers Use Social MediaNew study data shows significant differences in social media usage not only between traditional age group categories, but also within generational groups, such as older Gen Xers using LinkedIn nine percent more than average consumers, while younger Gen Xers use Instagram 11 percent more than average.
An iconic piece of World War II history, the bell from a craft that landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day, is set to go up for auction later this week.The bell is part of the LCI 403, a ship that sailed from the U.S. to Portsmouth in March 1944 as part of a 500-ship strong convoy.Two months later, it was part of the landing force that touched down on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944, a date considered by many historians to be the turning point of the war in Europe.WRECK OF AUSTRALIAN WWII SHIP DISCOVERED 77 YEARS AFTER IT WAS TORPEDOED BY A JAPANESE SUB"This bell is a fascinating piece of history, it’s a very powerful and poignant piece that survived one of the most important days in 20th-century history and bears the scars of the battle to this day," auctioneer Andrew Aldridge told Fox News via email.Aldridge added that during the siege on Omaha Beach, the LCI 403, which was built by Massachusetts-based George Lawley & Sons Shipbuilding Corporation, crashed into another landing craft and lost its port ramp.
One of Claude Monet's iconic paintings of haystacks fetched a record-breaking $110.7 million at an auction on Tuesday in New York.Monet's "Meules" sold at Sotheby's sale of Impressionist & Modern Art Tuesday night.According to the auction house, it's a world auction record for the artist and the first work of Impressionist art to ever cross the $100 million threshold at auction.The 1890 painting is one of only four works from Monet's acclaimed "Haystacks" series to come to auction this century, and one of only eight examples remaining in private hands.The series of paintings, completed over the course of a year, is known for the way that Monet depicted similar subjects changing over time in different seasons and with different weather.The 17 others reside at museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Art Institute of Chicago.
Although the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced its plans to sell 24GHz wireless spectrum for 5G networks well in advance of its March auction, two U.S. senators are accusing the agency of imperiling critical weather forecasting activities by offering frequencies too close to existing users.In a letter to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, senators Ron Wyden and Maria Cantwell are now calling on the FCC to prevent carriers from using that millimeter wave spectrum until the issue has been resolved — a potential speedbump for winners of the 24GHz auctions.According to the senators, the FCC moved forward with a 24.25-25.25GHz auction despite objections from National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and members of the American Meteorological Society, who pointed out that although existing weather forecasting activities take place on the adjacent 23.6-24GHz block of spectrum, the close proximity of new signals could create interference.Specifically, they suggest that the FCC’s 0.25GHz buffer between forecasters and cellular users won’t be adequate, since new cellular towers will be using higher-powered transmitters.Meteorologists are concerned that they’ll be unable to collect data on water vapor, potentially impacting forecasts used for national defense, fishing, farming, and other public purposes.It’s unclear whether the agency could trim down some of the already auctioned spectrum, increasing the buffer, or move existing users further away from the 24.25GHz beginning of the 5G spectrum block.
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A US Navy memo warns that 5G mobile networks are likely to interfere with weather satellites, and senators are urging the Federal Communications Commission to avoid issuing new spectrum licenses to wireless carriers until changes are made to prevent harms to weather forecasting.The FCC has already begun an auction of 24GHz spectrum that would be used in 5G networks.Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) today wrote a letter to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, asking him to avoid issuing licenses to winning bidders "until the FCC approves the passive band protection limits that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) determine are necessary to protect critical satellite‐based measurements of atmospheric water vapor needed to forecast the weather."They chided the FCC for beginning the auction "over the objections of NASA, NOAA, and members of the American Meteorological Society (AMS).These entities all argued that out-of-band emissions from future commercial broadband transmissions in the 24GHz band would disrupt the ability to collect water-vapor data measured in a neighboring frequency band (23.6 to 24GHZ) that meteorologists rely on to forecast the weather."The memo topic is "Operational impacts from potential loss of NOAA/NASA METOC [meteorology and oceanography] satellite data resulting from the FCC spectrum auction for 5G."
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The 86 million over can soon get your hands on the manual that was used by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the first lunar landing in 1969.the Manual will be sold at auction in New York in July and is expected to raise up to $ 9 million, according to auction house Christie's.The 44 pages of the thick manual is a detailed description of how the astronauts would proceed to detach the lunar module "Eagle" from the space shuttle Apollo 11 – as well as the land, and then reconnect it.the Book was in the capsule on the famous space mission, and both Armstrong and Aldrin have entered in the.the Manual is sold by a private collector who bought it of Buzz Aldrin.the Historic objects that have been in the space usually cost hefty amounts of money when they go under the hammer.
A long-lost radio interview with Babe Ruth, considered by many to be the greatest baseball player ever, has been found.The 1943 recording was made during World War II and gives intimate details of Ruth's life, touching on subjects such as how he gripped his bat and how he got his nickname.27 years after it was discovered inside a piano in Maryland, a 1916 Babe Ruth baseball card has sold at auction for $130,054.That year, she bought a piano for $25 at a family estate sale but had no idea how much her purchase would pay off.BABE RUTH BASEBALL CARD PURCHASED FOR $2 COULD BE AUCTIONED FOR UP TO $4.5M, REPORT SAYSWhen she brought it to her home in Westernport, Md., she had a friend come over to fix the piano, which was out of tune and had a pedal that kept sticking, the outlet reported.
An auction house in the US state of Florida is reportedly fulfilling the final wishes of an exotic animal collector by selling off his menagerie of about 100 animals, including the one with knife-like talons that took his life.On 12 April, Florida resident Marvin Hajos fell between two pens containing cassowary birds.Flightless creatures that can stand up to six and a half feet tall, cassowaries have strong legs and three-towed feet, each with a claw that can grow up to five inches.“It may be they saw him fall and had an opportunity and decided to attack,” Taylor, deputy chief of Alachua County Fire Rescue, told the New York Times.Rescue respondents arrived at Hajo’s property and found him fatally injured between the two cages.The cassowary was still riled up.
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A storied silver brandy flask that survived the Titanic disaster is up for auction in the U.K. this weekend.The ornate flask was in the possession of First Class passenger Helen Churchill Candee when Titanic struck an iceberg at 11:40 p.m. ship's time on April 14, 1912.A journalist, author and champion of women’s rights, Candee is thought by some to have been one of the inspirations for the famous character of Rose in the Hollywood movie “Titanic.”TITANIC VICTIM’S LONG-LOST LETTER SURFACES, DESCRIBES NEAR MISS AS DOOMED SHIP SET OUT ON ITS MAIDEN VOYAGEBefore the ship sank, Candee handed the flask to her friend and fellow First Class passenger Edward Kent, believing that he was more likely to survive.Kent’s body was later recovered by the crew of the cable laying ship CS Mackay Bennett and the damaged flask was among the items sent to his wife.
Widely dubbed as his "suicide note," the final message that Adolf Hitler ever wrote has surfaced and is set to go up for auction later this month.In the letter, the leader of the Nazi party during World War II Germany shows his defiance and insists that he will remain in the country while helping "set a good example to all those remaining.""I shall remain in Berlin, so as to take part, in honorable fashion, in the decisive battle for Germany, and to set a good example to all those remaining," Hitler wrote in the April 24, 1945 letter to Field Marshal Ferdinand Schörner. "AUTOGRAPH OF EVIL: HITLER-SIGNED COPY OF 'MEIN KAMPF' SURFACESThe German Fuhrer continued: "For the rest of you, every effort must be made to win the struggle for Berlin.You can there help decisively, by pushing northwards as early as possible..."
Private rhino horn owner John Hume, held South Africa’s first online rhino horn auction during 2017, a major event in the ongoing fight by private rhino owners to be able to sell legal horn stocks.However, in a statement released on Hume’s behalf it was admitted that there were very few bidders for the 264 horns.The auctions result is a setback to achieve a legal, commercial trade in horn to replace poached horn in supplying demand in the main markets.Hume’s official statement tried to put a brave face on it, saying he had triumphed and that a legal and sustainable supply has been established.The auction website had been translated into Vietnamese and Chinese in a bid to attract more bidders.Vietnam and China are the main markets for rhino horn – supplied currently by the huge level of poaching of rhinos in South and southern Africa.
As eBay continues to work through a restructuring strategy, the e-commerce marketplace and online auction pioneer reported earnings for the first quarter of the year that should keep some of the more activist shareholders a little at bay.The company reported revenues of $2.6 billion and non-GAAP net income of $608 million, or diluted earnings per share of $0.67 ($0.57 EPS on a GAAP basis).“We delivered a solid first quarter with revenue and EPS,” said Devin Wenig, president and CEO of eBay Inc., in a statement.“Our initiatives to create a next generation payment and advertising experience are on track, we saw healthy buyer growth and disciplined cost control, and we continue to simplify the buying process while remaining focused on seller’s success.”That doesn’t mean the company is really out of hot water, though: a year ago, eBay had $2.58 billion in sales, so today’s figures represent barely any growth in overall sales at the company, which has been struggling to compete against a plethora of brick-and-mortar companies that have seized the online opportunity, and of course its age-old competitor, Amazon.(Although eBay already hived off PayPal years ago, activist shareholders now argue that eBay should be restructured and broken up even further.)
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(Photo by Daily Mirror/Mirrorpix/Mirrorpix via Getty Images)A letter written by one of Titanic’s crew to his wife just days before the doomed liner sank in the icy waters of the North Atlantic is up for auction in the U.K.Titanic steward Richard Geddes wrote the letter to his wife, Sarah (Sal), the day after the famous ship left the port of Southampton, U.K., on April 10, 1912.The two ships reportedly came within a few feet of each other as Titanic left Southampton docks on its maiden voyage.“My dearest Sal, We got away yesterday after a lot of trouble,” Geddes wrote.“As we were passing the New York and Oceanic the New York broke her ropes and very nearly ran into us, but we just happened to avoid a collision.”