at the beginning of 2017 onwards, the entrepreneurs can pay the vat only after you have received the money from the customer, told Finnish entrepreneurs.the Possibility of fee-based value-added tax applies to companies whose turnover does not exceed eur 500 000.the law change will help small entrepreneurs and to contribute to improvement of these liquidity as well as ease the administrative burden.the president of the Republic approved the amendment to the law today.the federation of Finnish Enterprises has driven change for a long time.Today, the sales date to determine the value of the additional tax payment date.
in Sweden, one of the most influential industry leaders include Marcus Wallenberg, 60, said Friday he was concerned that the British EU-the difference is slipping toward the so-called hard brexit."As it looks now, and it is worrying", Wallenberg said the Economy in Otaniemi, where the Aalto university and the Saab group signed a ten year agreement on research cooperation.Wallenberg's saab's chairman of the board.according to Him, brexit and the new Us president Donald Trump's trade policy are the multilateral multi forum for multilateral agreements of the world towards bilateralismi, which all agreed with each other separately."I've been concerned about the free trade of the future for a long time."He said, however, that the future is very difficult to predict.
Indeed, LinkedIn claims on its website to have over 433 million registered members.Attempts to contact the seller failed, but the administrators of LeakedSource, a data leak indexing website, claim to also have a copy of the data set and they believe that the records do originate from the 2012 LinkedIn breach.Only 117m accounts have passwords and we suspect the remaining users registered using FaceBook or some similarity."Hashing is a one-way operation that generates unique, verifiable cryptographic representations of a string that are called hashes.When the 6.5 million LinkedIn password hashes were leaked in 2012, hackers managed to crack over 60 percent of them.LinkedIn users who haven't changed their passwords in a long time, are advised to do so as soon as possible.
Indeed, LinkedIn claims on its website to have over 433 million registered members.LinkedIn did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Attempts to contact the seller failed, but the administrators of LeakedSource, a data leak indexing website, claim to also have a copy of the data set and they believe that the records do originate from the 2012 LinkedIn breach.Only 117m accounts have passwords and we suspect the remaining users registered using FaceBook or some similarity.Hashing is a one-way operation that generates unique, verifiable cryptographic representations of a string that are called hashes.When the 6.5 million LinkedIn password hashes were leaked in 2012, hackers managed to crack over 60 percent of them.
Last period's profit of 14 million is thus against a loss of just over 4 million in the beginning of this year. Five minutes after market opening on Wednesday had volition share fell by 3 percent to 17.8 kronor. CEO Bo Andersson Klint blame the company's strong sales in early 2015. In addition, the dollar exchange rate was favorable for us for a long time, but this quarter is an unfavorable currency effect due to the dollar weakened against densvenska krona, which had a negative impact on growth, says Bo Andersson Klint in a written comment. At most, the period recorded 39,000 customers any of the Company's titles at the same time. Read more: Starbreeze and Acer VR deal - shares rise
Got an Android smartphone?It's been a long time coming, but Android Pay finally makes the hope from the US to the UK this week, bringing contactless payments to Brits running Google's mobile OS.You'll be able to use your phone to spend up to £30 at a time, anywhere that contactless payments are accepted - which includes pretty much everywhere you've thought about going for lunch today.Companies with contactless terminals don't have to do anything: your phone will just work once you've installed the app and set up your credit or debit cards.Barclays is noticeably absent - it's trying something a little different with its own dedicated app.The app generates a unique code for every card, rather than sharing the actual card number, so you stay safe from fraud.
Most at risk are tourist island of Madeira and Georgia and the Black Sea coast. That is, the regions where the mosquito - Aedes aegypti - which spreads the virus there. WHO is worried, however, that many more countries may suffer as a completely different myggart - Aedes albopictus - has also been identified as a potential virus carriers. In the United States as far north as New York and there is nothing to say that it would not be able to come to Sweden, says Anders Lindström, entomologist and insect expert at the Swedish Veterinary Institute SVA The risk of zikaviruset will gain a foothold in Sweden because of this mosquito, he assesses to be small. - Although Aedes albopictus come here it will be probably no large populations, since it requires fairly high temperatures for a long time to be able to multiply in large quantities, says Anders Lindström. Right now, South and Central America hard hit by zikaviruset.
When Independence Day Resurgence arrives in cinemas on June 23, 20 years almost exactly!will have passed both on screen and off since the first film.That s a long time, but for co-writer and director Roland Emmerich, the wait was a necessary evil.I had one big idea for the film which was to create a totally different world that s enhanced by alien technology and that the whole world was united, Emmerich told io9.Secondly, I said OK, so, the Mothership this time, comes down to Earth and it s as big as the Atlantic Ocean.Several members of the original film s cast have also returned to help bring Emmerich s vision to life.
By the end of the 90-minute special, it s really not clear what Geraldo believes is going on within the Satanic underground, or if he even believes it exists at all.Set in Charleston, South Carolina, Exorcism introduces Abby, a working-class loner who s befriended maybe even rescued by Gretchen, a too-sheltered rich kid who bonds with Abby during a disastrous early- 80s birthday party.A few years later, the now-teenaged chums find their long-time bond challenged after a one-off acid trip, during which Gretchen disappears into darkened woods.The corpse in question is that of a largely average high-school jock whose suicide upends a rural Pennsylvania town—but whose death also brings together the unadventurous Hannah with Lacey, a class-cutting, chain-smoking, Kurt Cobain-obsessed alternakid who draws Hannah out of her happily PG existence and into a dizzying spree-turned-spiral of drugs, parties and, eventually, some blood-drenched, semi-Satanic antics.It s a decision that leads to Lacey being accused of Satanic tendencies, and that finally brings all three girls, guided by sinister motivations, to the same woods where their former classmate turned up dead.Like Exorcism s Abby and Gretchen, Fire s Lacey and Hannah are outsiders whose relationship flourishes in an environment of latchkey laissez faire-ness and shenanigans-inspiring boredom.
Google Assistant Finally Turns Google s Voice Commands Into a Helpful, Intelligent ConversationGoogle has excelled at voice commands for a long time, but now the voice commands are going anthropomorphic.If you want to narrow it down to kid-friendly movies, you can say We want to bring the kids.Google Home Will Compete With Amazon Echo, Bring Google Assistant and More Into Your HomeAndroid N Still Doesn t Have a Name, But You Can Suggest OneGoogle isn t content letting Amazon be the only one with a smart gadget sitting in your home awaiting your voice command.Google Home will also be able to connect to smart home devices like light switches and speakers to allow you to control your smart home with simple voice commands.A new beta-quality version of Android will be rolling out soon for users in the Android Beta Program.The smart money is that Allo and Duo will eventually replace Hangouts, but Google isn t saying right now.
All that is going to be the job of a new entity, HMD Global Oy, run by present and past Nokians.The fund is managed by Jean-Francois Baril, a former Nokia executive, as well as by HMD management.Nokia s strategy was outlined 18 months ago, when Nokia Technologies President Ramzi Haidamus vowed that We will go beyond tablets for sure.Satya Nadella wanted it even less.HMD reminds us it has exclusive access to the pre-eminent global sales and distribution network to be acquired by FIH from Microsoft, as well as access to FIH s world-leading device manufacturing and engineering capabilities, and its growing suite of proprietary mobile technologies and components .There s money in brand licensing when the technology brand retains trust and an emotional appeal.
When Independence Day Resurgence arrives in cinemas on June 23, 20 years almost exactly!will have passed both on screen and off since the first film.That s a long time, but for co-writer and director Roland Emmerich, the wait was a necessary evil.I had one big idea for the film which was to create a totally different world that s enhanced by alien technology and that the whole world was united, Emmerich told io9.Secondly, I said OK, so, the Mothership this time, comes down to Earth and it s as big as the Atlantic Ocean.Several members of the original film s cast have also returned to help bring Emmerich s vision to life.
Big Blue researchers demonstrate reliable phase-change memory PCM Scientists at IBM Research said they have for the first time reliably stored 3 bits of data per cell and retained the information at elevated temperatures , a technical advance that makes phase-change memory PCM an alternative to flash storage.Long Time ComingIBM Stand MWC 2016IBM scientists in Zurich first introduced PCM technology way back in 2011, when they presented a whitepaper at the 3rd IEEE International Memory Workshop in Monterey, California.Researchers believe this means it could be used in either standalone PCM, as well as hybrid applications that combines PCM and flash storage together, with PCM acting as an extremely fast cache.This is how re-writable Blue-ray Discs store videos, said IBM Phase change memory is the first instantiation of a universal memory with properties of both DRAM and flash, thus answering one of the grand challenges of our industry, said Dr. Haris Pozidis, an author of the paper and the manager of non-volatile memory research at IBM Research – Zurich.Reaching 3 bits per cell is a significant milestone because at this density the cost of PCM will be significantly less than DRAM and closer to flash.The chip consists of a 2 2 Mcell array with a 4- bank interleaved architecture.
The iPhone SE isn't Apple's most premium iPhone — it costs $400, comes with a tiny 4-inch screen, and uses a chassis design that's four years old.But there's one area where it blows the iPhone 6S away: battery life.The iPhone 6S only managed 7.45 hours.Turns out, the iPhone SE's smaller screen paired with its modern processor results in a phone that can last a long time on a single charge.Apple even hired the publication's founder, Anand Lal Shimpi, in 2014.Unfortunately, Anandtech didn't compare the SE to the iPhone 6S Plus, which also boasts better battery life than the iPhone 6S, thanks to its larger battery.Still, the finding lines up with other reviewers' impressions as well as Apple's own official marketing, which claims the iPhone SE has the best battery life for web-browsing usage of all three current-generation iPhones.On paper, Apple says the 6S Plus can last up to 12 hours on Wi-Fi, while the 5SE will last up to 13 hours on Wi-Fi.You can read the entire Anandtech iPhone SE review here.
There is a new trend emerging in the VC community, that s been a long time coming.Or in some cases, they re using a hybrid model that mixes a little of each concept.At 10x Management, we believe it s crucial that all segments of the private and public sectors adapt to take advantage of these market force changes in order to remain competitive.However, these platforms don t really help companies find the right talent, they just give them broad access to freelancers that they themselves must vet.This has forced the hands of many VCs to embrace option two.Many of these freelancers are trained and versed in building and documenting products for smooth hand-offs.
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Ten years ago, Google first got into the workplace productivity game with the launch of Google Docs and Sheets, its word processor and spreadsheet tools.Google Apps may be a major rival to Microsoft Office today, but that wasn't the original goal, says Jonathan Rochelle, an 11-year veteran of Google.Rochelle helped spearhead the launch of Sheets in 2006, and now works in the Google Apps for Education division.At the start, and for a long time, Google Apps was originally meant as more of a companion to Office and its ilk, not necessarily a replacement.Fast forward to today, and things have changed: Far from those humble roots, Google Apps has become a "big business" for Google, as Rochelle puts it, representing a "very significant" source of revenue.When it launched, the search giant was just trying to provide some handy tools, based on the ones they used internally, to help people be more productive.Then, a coworker would download the file, make their own revisions, and re-upload it.It's hard for anyone to do anything else once they've been working that way, says Rochelle.Google Apps has grown since its launch a decade ago to be a true challenger to Microsoft Office in the workplace.Indeed, over the years, Microsoft Office has adopted lots of features that Google Apps pioneered, including real-time collaboration on documents and a browser-based document editing experience.There have been some shakeups in Google's business-focused divisions lately: Longtime Google Apps for Work boss Amit Singh stepped aside to work in the company's nascent virtual reality division, even as Google Cloud Platform got a new boss in the form of Silicon Valley legend Diane Greene.But for Rochelle, the mission stays the same: Keep pushing the idea of productivity forward by making it easier.NOW WATCH: How to see everything Google knows about youLoading video...
The "superbug" now kills 20,000 people each year.Photo: DTKUTOO/iStock/360/Getty ImagesDrug-resistant infections - or "superbugs" – could claim 10 million lives a year and could cost a cumulative US$100 trillion of economic output by 2050 if the world does not act to slow down the rise of drug resistance, a new report warned.O'Neill said that it was fair to assume, at current rates, that over one million people had died since his review had started in 2014.O'Neill is renowned as the economist who coined the term "BRIC" in 2001 to refer to the then- emerging economic powerhouses Brazil, Russia, India and China.O'Neill noted that many of the urgent problems posed by AMR are economic, "so we need an economist, especially one versed in macro-economic issues and the world economy, to create the solutions."O'Neill noted that the U.K. and China had already agreed to contribute US$72 million each into a new "Global Innovation Fund" to research AMR and called for other governments to contribute.
And if the Reanima project succeeds, we will have to revise our concept of brain death and possibly the status of some patients.The tougher, ethical question is whether this actually would help the deceased person, or assuming it works even bring about a new person.For someone to survive, we are generally discontent with mere bodily survival, there has to be a person with some psychological continuity, too.Exactly what kind of continuity is often glossed over in standard philosophical considerations about personal identity since these are more often concerned with the metaphysics of what is going on than the messy issues of radical personality change or brain damage.In the best possible case, the proposed Reanima treatment would miraculously restore the previously-declared dead person.Disrupting death is unlikely to be easy, but as author Seth Godin said: Waiting for perfect is never as smart as making progress.
For a long time, almost as long as I ve been a member of the exclusive Women in Tech club, I ve avoided talking about diversity.Stereotype threat, an established psychological phenomenon, caused black students to do worse on the test.Identifying themselves with a group that has stereotypical, though mistaken, associations of lower intellectual ability primed them subconsciously to adopt that trait.Identifying myself with a group stereotyped to be worse on average at technical tasks primes me to do worse when faced with a technical task.Developers who are white and men are no less valuable because of their race and gender.This quote, from Maxine Williams, global director of diversity at Facebook, sums up my feeling of fostering belonging beautifully:Every Monday, when we get a new class of hires, I say to them, I don t want you to come in here and think that you need to use blind as a suffix.
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