Police do not yet know what kind of objects found yesterday at a telecommunications mast outside Skutskar. The police bomb technician who was called to the scene and took care of the subject, is expected to reply later in the day. - Right now, we know nothing and awaits the national team bomb clearance, which is expected sometime today, said police spokesperson Christer Nordström. On Sunday sabotaged the high TV and radio mast in Borås so much that it collapsed. The state power grid company Teracom, which owns the mast, have increased security at their masts around the country. Get the news you're going to talk about in your Facebook feed - like Metro Sweden
In the past, if you were viewing My Podcasts, there was a Recent Updates entry at the top of the podcasts column, and you could see podcasts as you say, from this week, this month, etc.It lists the newest episodes from your podcasts.You can make a smart playlist to show your most recent podcast episodes.If the Apple Music files have DRM, or copy protection, do they get backed up as well?I tried to restore my iPad Pro, but, because there s a problem with the latest iOS update far this device, I wasn t able to do that.My call took an hour altogether; 17 minutes waiting to talk to someone, punctuated by some very bad sounding hold music, then a first technician who offered some possible solutions.
Hefting the wood, he set off for the garage and his power saw.There is a tendency to take an analytic technique off the shelf, bring it to the data, and then step back and see the results before fetching another technique from the toolbox and starting again.A big analytics approach pulls three or four techniques from the shelf simultaneously and then lets someone use them, sequentially or in parallel, but certainly cooperatively, at big data-type scale.In a big analytics environment, it is possible to retrieve data from a database with precision and scale, apply statistical techniques to separate the signal from the noise, use the advanced algorithms, AI-related techniques of machine learning and path analytic techniques to analyze patterns like customer journeys, and explore other innovative techniques to make further connections through things like graph analysis.Analyzing data using SQL can tell you how many parts fail.Those revelations could be combined with notes and transactional data that perhaps indicate that a certain tree house building technician serviced all those failed systems, indicating that rather than a part failure, we have a training issue.
As Apple s battle with the FBI over the San Bernardino shooter s iPhone played out earlier this year, the tech giant vowed to find more ways to secure its devices so that eventually even Apple itself would not be able to access customer data, or help anyone else do it.This month, Apple hired, or rather rehired, Jon Callas, who has a long and storied career in crypto and security.Just as importantly, he worked for Apple in the past to secure its operating system and develop whole disk encryption for Apple computers.After Edward Snowden leaked thousands of NSA documents to reporters in 2013, critics condemned him for going to the media instead of following established protocols for reporting wrongdoing internally at the NSA.In the first incident, the technician operating Clinton s controversial server thought the server was under attack and shut it down for a few minutes, apparently believing this was an adequate response to an intrusion attempt.Instead, they could obtain the data by simply sending a National Security Letter—essentially a self-issued subpoena—to ISPs seeking the data.
In August 2011, teen-focused social change organization DoSomething.org received this startling text message.But this text's raw honesty was particularly jarring.After one of DoSomething's digital engagement managers hesitated to answer, another message came through from the same number about an hour later: "R U there?"That text was the catalyst for Crisis Text Line, a mental health-based text messaging support line geared toward teens in the U.S., founded in August 2013.It's familiar, she says — people know they have limited space and already expect a delay in response.But, once in a while, he does talk to an actively suicidal texter.
Chris Penrose: My team is the Internet of Things Solutions Organization here at AT We were founded eight years ago, and that was really based upon the fact that the Amazon Kindle had come out and our chairman at the time had got one, and was like, hey, I don t understand why this is not with AT And I want to understand what else is out there that could be connected that is not connected today.So what we have is a small innovation start-up inside of AT whose whole mission is to go around the world and connect things that have not been connected and transform the way businesses are operating.We have established what we call the AT foundry program, where we have put foundries all over the world that are innovation centers that allow companies to come in and move from idea to prototype in very rapid fashion.Permobile, a Swedish company, makes wheelchairs.And we brought them back in and were able to show them in a short period of time, how they can see in real time the performance of the battery in the chair and how we can send data to a technician to perform maintenance work.We understand all the rules and we have very strict privacy policies ourselves about using individual data and individual opt-in and aggregating anonymous data.
View photosMoreA Kuka technician programs a robot arm of German industrial robot maker Kuka at the company's stand during the Hannover Fair in Hanover, Germany, April 25, 2016.REUTERS/Wolfgang RattayBERLIN Reuters - Germany denied interfering in Chinese home appliance maker Midea's 4.5 billion euro $5 billion bid for industrial robot maker Kuka on Friday, saying it was not organising a rival offer.German media have reported that German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel wanted to forge an alliance of German or European firms to prevent a sale to the Chinese company, but the economy ministry denied this.German government sources have said Berlin would examine how critical Kuka's technology is for the digitization of industry, an economic priority for Chancellor Angela Merkel's government.Michael Fuchs, deputy leader of the coalition group in Germany's lower house of parliament, indicated shortly after the bid was announced in mid-May that the government would not intervene to stop it.Midea will not be able to control Kuka fully unless unlisted mechanical engineering group Voith and another investor, Loh, sell their stakes, totaling just over 35 percent of Kuka's capital, or strike an agreement with the Chinese firm.
View photosMoreA Kuka technician programs a robot arm of German industrial robot maker Kuka at the company's stand during the Hannover Fair in Hanover, Germany, April 25, 2016.REUTERS/Wolfgang RattayBERLIN Reuters - German industrial robot maker Kuka would assess a possible European takeover bid but it is wrong to assume such an offer would take priority over the bid by China's Midea Group Co Ltd's , Chief Executive Till Reuter told Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.Kuka is the latest and biggest German industrial technology group to be targeted by a Chinese buyer as the world's second-largest economy makes the transition from a low-cost manufacturer into a high-tech industrial hub.Chancellor Angela Merkel's government is trying to coordinate an alternative offer for Kuka, with government sources expressing concerns about losing German technology to China.He said Kuka has been in contact with federal and regional governments since before home appliance maker Midea's 4.5 billion-euro $5.12 billion bid became public last month.The CEO said Midea has already made "several concessions" to Kuka's management by pledging to keep jobs and R capacities in Germany, adding it may take several weeks for the Chinese bidder's final offer to arrive.
For the past few years, the average pay raise in the U.S. has hovered around 3%, but some industries are better off than others.The company looked at its own data, as well as data from the Economic Research Institute to determine what the data looks like across a number of different jobs and industries.Electromechanical technicians had the highest increase in percentage at 9.3 percent.Here s their breakdown of the highest year-over-year salary increases:Engineering: electronics/computer engineer 8.31 percent ; mechanical engineer 7.38 percent ; quality engineer 7.36 percent Information technology: network engineer 7.21 percent ; software engineer 5.48 percent ; project manager 3.87 percent Manufacturing and logistics: electromechanical technician 9.29 percent ; assistant plant manager 8.05 percent ; maintenance manager 6.65 percent Office and administration: office manager 6.68 percent ; call center representative – general calls 4.55 percent ; accounts receivable supervisor 4.50 percent As MarketWatch points out, just because these jobs show the largest increases doesn t also mean they offer the best potential for growth.Reporter Catey Hill explains:For example, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that electromechanical technicians will experience a 1% increase in job growth from 2014 to 2024.And, of course, you aren t guaranteed a raise by working in these fields, and may, in fact get a bigger bump by switching industries or jobs.
Cars always seem to go belly up in the worst places, and in those headache-inducing moments, we often rely on roadside assistance.So whether it s a flat tire, drained battery, empty gas tank, or four stubbornly locked doors, a little bad luck doesn t have to mean the end of your day.Check out the best Android apps for your daily driver Consumers are holding onto their vehicles a lot longer, thanks to higher quality parts and service, said Rob Infantino, founder and CEO of Openbay.Nearly 60 percent of the vehicles on the road are more than nine years old, and more likely to require roadside service than newer vehicles.Now, Openbay combines the convenience of on-demand roadside with our auto repair marketplace, delivering speed and removing hassle from car-care, and meeting the expectations consumers have with today s online and on-demand services.On-demand roadside assistance works in concert with the GPS system on your mobile device, as the app locates the nearest authorized repair technician and allows you to request specific services.
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AP ImagesA computer technician who works for Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the center of the Panama Papers leak, has been detained in Geneva on suspicion that he recently stole large amounts of data from the firm, French newspaper Le Temps reported.The Panama Papers, a 2.9 terabyte leak of files by an anonymous person to the International Consortium of Journalists, revealed how rich and powerful people use offshore shell companies setup up by Mossack Fonseca to avoid taxes.A spokesperson from the Geneva prosecutors office told Reuters that it had opened an investigation in response to a complaint from Mossack Fonseca, but wouldn t comment further.
The massive data leak showed Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca had set up offshore companies for world leaders, politicians and celebrities.GENEVA Reuters - A computer technician at the Geneva office of the law firm at the center of the Panama Papers leak was detained several days ago on suspicion of recently removing large amounts of data, Swiss newspaper Le Temps reported on Wednesday, citing a source close to the case.Panama-based Mossack Fonseca, which specializes in setting up offshore companies, has denied wrongdoing and said it was the victim of a data hack.In a statement late on Wednesday, Mossack Fonseca said it had filed complaints in several places against people who might have been involved with breaching its data.The paper said the suspect detained in Geneva had denied any wrongdoing but was accused of theft of data, unauthorized access and breach of trust following a complaint lodged by MossackFonseca.The Geneva prosecutor s office began a criminal inquiry in early April, shortly after the leaks that revealed many offshore companies set up by lawyers and institutions in the Swiss financial center.
The latest version of both the iOS and Android app introduces a Home tab, which, replacing the previous launch screen, basically acts like an inbox for the messaging platform.In addition to a list of recent conversations, this screen will show which contacts are currently online, upcoming birthdays, and the friends you chat with the most.Login To Your Email Nowhelp.geekbox.com/email-helpNeed Help With Your Email Now?Limited Time Offer - Apply Now!Overall, these changes may be minor, but the Home screen should offer a better way of checking on recent conversations and frequent contacts at a glance.The update also highlights Facebook's desire to differentiate Messenger as a different platform than the main social network app.
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View photosMoreA Kuka technician programs a robot arm of German industrial robot maker Kuka at the company's stand during the Hannover Fair in Hanover, Germany, April 25, 2016.REUTERS/Wolfgang RattayBERLIN Reuters - German billionaire businessman Friedhelm Loh does not plan to launch a counter offer for German industrial robot maker Kuka, the target of a 4.5 billion euro $5 billion bid by China's Midea, he told a German newspaper.Kuka is the biggest German industrial technology company to be targeted by a Chinese buyer in a wave of deals over recent months and the bid caused a stir among German politicians.Loh, who owns German manufacturer Rittal and controls 10 percent of Kuka via his investment company Swoctem, ruled out a counter bid saying his company was too small.That would overexert my company and massively restrict our own investment plans," Handelsblatt daily quoted Loh as saying in an interview to be published on Tuesday.However, no potential German or European counter bidder has emerged and industrial group Siemens has already said it has no interest in becoming a white knight for Kuka.
It is a twist on an old trick which involved cold-calling a victim - often claiming to represent Microsoft - and charging for fake tech support.Jerome Segura, a consultant at security firm Malwarebytes, has been investigating tech support scams for years but when he came across the latest iteration, he nearly fell for it.The number the man gave him to call back on looked like a London one with a 0203 prefix and the address he gave was the actual address of BT's London headquarters."I got through to what sounded like a call centre and a young lady said 'this is BT Support and I will put you through to a technician'.After scaring him with the possible dangers, he asked David to visit a website and enter a code which gave the technician remote access to his computer.The firm has begun talks with ISPs, including US-based ComCast and the UK's BT on the issue.
Canadian photographer Todd McLellan says he grew up in a home where "something was always open."His father was a carpenter and TV repairman and his mother an electrical technician, so everyone in the family learned to take things apart and put them back together.It's no surprise that McLellan became fascinated by the mechanical inner-workings of everyday objects: toasters, watches, coffee grinders.Now 39, he has transformed that hobby into an ongoing photography series in which he takes ordinary pieces of technology, from salt and pepper mills to old Macintosh computers, lays out the guts of each object, and captures all the components in one shot.The result is a stunning display of disassembly.View As: One PageSlides
The Amazon Echo is actually really great and only getting better over time , and you can save $40 on yours if you buy it refurbished from Woot, an Amazon subsidiary.Note: Amazon has announced that Prime Day 2016 will be in less than two weeks, on July 12.It s possible that there will be a discount on new Echoes that day, though we don t know for sure.In addition to being a pretty solid Bluetooth speaker, the Echo can check the weather, turn on your lights, read you the news, trigger custom IFTTT recipes, order food, and—my personal favorite—read you Jeopardy questions like a robotic Alex Trebek.Even though it is refurbished, Woot says that each unit has been inspected by an Amazon technician, so the only things you have to worry about are minor cosmetic blemishes.Commerce Content is independent of Editorial and Advertising, and if you buy something through our posts, we may get a small share of the sale.