the Parliamentary ombudsman Petri Jääskeläinen has ordered to withdraw the prosecution, three of the Helsinki district court judges against the negligent performance of official duties violation, the ombudsman informs.in Addition, the prosecution gets one of the Helsinki detention unit officials.the Indictment based on the fact that detained foreign nationals separately from the conservation decisions is not the ombudsman, dealt with in the district court in accordance with the law.the detention unit, the director may decide that a detained alien is considered separately from other detained taken.Because the decision increases the freedom degrees, the district court is required by law to be taken in the matter without delay and at the latest within four days after isolation from the preservation begins.the ombudsman told the bulletin that the pre-trial investigation on the basis of the years 2006 and 2015 in the period between the detention unit had been sent to the district court a total of 246 reported separately from the retention.
nokian tyres ' corporate espionage doubts the trial will start next Tuesday 10. January Pirkanmaa district court, the morning paper AL news.AL:according to the trial at first read the charges, are the owner of nokian tyres 'requirements, as well as the defendants' answers.the Assizes is exceptionally significant corporate espionage case.therefore, The trial for the allotted time in late April, for easter, until AL told me.the district prosecutor Matti Jakosuo tell AL that this is most likely the massive corporate secret trial.the trial has been preceded by years of investigation.
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Autonomous car manufacturers might start to look at the United Kingdom as a viable alternative to Europe or the U.S., thanks to proposed new reforms on insurance legislation that now covering autonomous cars.Announced in the Queen s Speech to Parliament earlier today, the reforms allow autonomous cars to be tested and purchased in the U.K.See Also: General Motors flags down Lyft to start autonomous taxi trialWe don t think this means fully autonomous cars are purchasable, but autonomous features will be allowed inside U.K. cars.This means things like Tesla s Model S autonomous lane switching or Ford s self-parking should be available in the next few years.Volvo and Jaguar Land Rover are testing autonomous cars in the U.K. already, in project cities like London and Milton Keynes, and will now be able to test the cars across the country.We suspect other European-based automotive companies may look at the U.K., which is less restrictive than other European countries on autonomous cars.
After a seven month wait Google has now brought Android Pay to the UK, meaning you can finally use your Android phone to pay for your coffee in the morning.You'll need to be with a participating bank though, with options limited to Bank of Scotland, First Direct, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, M Bank, MBNA and Nationwide Building Society for now.NatWest and Santander have confirmed to techradar support will come at a later date, while those with Barclays can use the bank's own contactless payment app instead.Earlier this year Google launched a public trial - in Silicon Valley, of course - for a system called Hands Free, which will allow you to make payments by just saying "pay with Google".In the meantime, get yourself set up on Android Pay by download the app from the Google Play Store.Just remember you will be using real life money before you get carried away with swiping on every reader in sight.
Among his many abilities is to tengyun , or mount a cloud and fly.The company we re introducing today is called Zhubajie .Scaling up the platform and innovating our products involved a strong element of trial-and-error along the way, said Zhu Yueming, founder and CEO of Zhubajie.Zhu Mingyue, founder and CEO of Zbj.com photo from Zhubajie But Zhu soon found that mere product innovation was not sufficient, as users tended to avoid paying commission and leave the platform once they privately set up contacts.Its major projects fall in three categories: graphic design, web construction, and marketingEmployers can publish a task in either a rewards system, where a best solution is chosen from all submissions, or in a bidding system, where a service provider is chosen for its qualifications and rate before the service is provided.Similar to Witkey, where users share knowledge, share experience, and purchase services and information, Zhubajie used to have three major income sources: commission, ad revenue, and membership fees.The program will negotiate with 120 cities and cover 36 of them within this year, and the company will establish a VC fund to support local enterprises.To build trust between customers and the platform, Zhubajie offers online services called Fuwubao , which guarantees that money is transferred effectively, and that compensation is available should a contract be breached.The platform now has over 15 million users, among which 10 million are service providers and five million are domestic and overseas employers, creating revenue of RMB 7.5 billion in 2015.Top photo screened from Zhubajie s official site Zbj.com
Initially, a small percentage of Bay Area drivers will be included in the trial, with the trial eventually spreading throughout the San Francisco area and lasting two months.Sitting in the Uber app s Help section, the calling function is represented by a phone icon.Currently, the Uber app offers self-service options, such as frequently asked questions, though there is a way to contact representatives.Since then I have been emailing support to get my account active again and every time I get a canned reply from different reps, Uber driver Garen Karanyan told The Verge.I would email Adrian and will get a reply from Eugene saying that he stepped in for Adrian.The ride-sharing service agreed to settlements, scheduled for review on June 2, totaling $100 million, though drivers will still be considered contractors.
Photo: Reuters Staff / Reuters Teslalle new paint shop built a company was guilty of the use of cheap labor, the Bay Area News Group claims. The article alleged that at one point threatened the firm's representative of an injured worker's hospital room, saying that he should not be a lawyer, and that he must leave the hospital, and the company would pay for his rehabilitation by. Bay Area News Group, according bodyshop builders were only five dollars paid by the hour, which is a fraction of the regular earnings in the sector. The Company believes that it is not legally responsible for the alleged actions of the subcontractor, but morally, yes. - We will take steps to make right the injured worker and to increase monitoring to ensure that the alialihankkijamme työpaikkasäännöksiämme adhere to similar does not happen again, Tesla says. ISM Vuzemia are pending against the trial, in which the Company is required, among other things, of $ 2.6 million in unpaid wages.
The service will be available for free from 12th-22nd June if you re an Xbox Live Gold member.EA Access is a monthly subscription service that allows Xbox One owners to download a selection of free games from the Access Vault, as well as gaining early access and exclusive discounts on upcoming titles.The free trial offer was revealed in an e-mail sent out by EA last night:EA will hold its E3 2016 press conference on June 12, making it the perfect time to promote the service.During the conference we can expect live gameplay demonstrations of Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2, as well a sneak peak at Mass Effect Andromeda.It is unclear if the publisher plans to add new games and features to EA Access during E3, but it d certainly make sense.EA Access is currently available for £3.99 a month on Xbox One and PC.
SAN FRANCISCO—Oracle put two former Sun Microsystems executives on the stand today to testify about how Google's Android hurt the market for Java licensing to phones.It's the eighth day of the Oracle v. Google trial, the second showdown in a legal dispute that began in 2010, when Oracle sued Google over the use of Java APIs in Android.First to the stand was Neil Civjan, Sun's head of global sales, who testified about how the company's substantial business licensing Java for mobile phones tanked after the launch of Android."Our whole business is based on the ideas and work that come out of programmers and employees heads and that they type into computer code," said Catz, speaking slowly and turning to look at the jury.As for the mobile licensing business, since the launch of Android, it has performed "very, very poorly," Catz said.Google presented its case first; it has the burden of proof since its defense is limited to "fair use."
The NHS Royal Free Trust said it plans to continue testing a kidney monitoring app developed by Google DeepMind, despite regulators moving in.The app, known as Streams, aims to help clinicians detect acute kidney injury AKI — a condition that kills more than 1,000 people a month.A Royal Free spokesman denied that trials with DeepMind had been suspended after TechCrunch reported the app was not currently being used."The UK s medicines and healthcare devices regulator, the MHRA, is in talks with Google DeepMind and the Royal Free about the app, according to TechCrunch."We have been in contact with Google since May 4 and are currently in discussions with them about whether or not their app needs to be registered as a device," a spokesman for the MHRA told TechCrunch.The Information Commissioners Office ICO is also investigating the partnership between the two organisations after receiving a small number of complaints from individuals.So far, the Royal Free has carried out three small "user tests" for the Streams app involving an unspecified number of patients.Each trial lasted between two and six days and involved up to six clinicians.DeepMind came under scrutiny after New Scientist revealed it had signed an extensive data-sharing agreement with the NHS Royal Free Trust to develop the Streams app.The agreement gives DeepMind access to 1.6 million medical records for patients across three London hospitals: Barnet, Chase Farm, and the Royal Free.Through the data-sharing agreement with the NHS, DeepMind will be able to see data that is unrelated to kidney function, including whether people are HIV-positive as well as details of drug overdoses and abortions.Privacy campaigners and healthcare professionals have questioned why DeepMind needs access to so much data to develop a relatively niche app.A board of healthcare experts and government tech leaders are due to scrutinise DeepMind's work with the NHS.
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By Oracle's reckoning, Android has generated $42.35 billion for Google between 2008 and 2015, mostly thanks to selling ads.That's what Oracle's expert economist, Dr. Adam Jaffe, testified to in court on Wednesday.Google doesn't discuss how much money it generates from Android.While we can't say for sure that this ongoing court battle with Oracle is one reason why it keeps it mouth shut, we can say that its silence means Oracle has used its own means to come up with this number.And, with every passing month, that number from Oracle keeps rising.In January, court documents showed that Oracle estimated Android generated $31 billion for Google, Bloomberg reported at the time, and $22 million in profit.This is all part of Oracle's lawsuit to convince a jury to make Google pay billions of dollars in damages over Android.The two companies have been in court this month in the final leg of a multiyear lawsuit.Less than 1% of Android codeIn the previous phases of the lawsuit, Google was found to have copied 32 application programming interfaces APIs from another popular language called Java.APIs are bits of computer code that let two applications talk to each other and share data.At the trial on Wednesday, Oracle's economic expert, Dr. Adam Jaffe, admitted that the code at issue amounts to less than 1% of all the lines of code in Android.Google admits that it used the APIs from Java without paying.In the meantime, Google is arguing that APIs should fall into the fair use provision of the copyright law, in which case, it will owe Oracle nothing.Back in 2012, Europe declared that APIs are not even copyrightable.NOW WATCH: How to freeze water instantlyLoading video...
Respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has published a research note outlining the big 2017 changes, which was obtained by MacRumors.However, the trial has gone quiet since analysts began predicting that this year's release won't be a major leap forward from the iPhone 6S.However, many of the much rumoured iPhone 7 design changes are present and MacRumors say they offer a "good visual representation" of all the reports surrounding it.Only last week, Japanese leak blog Macotakara dismissed the idea that Apple will put the iPad Pro feature on its next smartphone, while SlashGear is convinced it has been Photoshopped onto the new images.Dual cameras reserved for iPhone 7 PlusWhile much of the focus has been on the highly rumoured dual camera said to be in the works for a 5.5ins iPhone 7 – either in the form of exclusive hardware for the iPhone 7 Plus or an entirely new "Pro" line – this is one of our best looks yet at a possible standard, single-lens iPhone 7.iPhone 7: iPad Pro feature set to be dropped09 MayPhotographic leaks of the upcoming iPhone 7 have been thin on the ground and now a new report suggests that one of the most prominent designs touted so far could be inaccurate.
It's rare, but it's responsible for the death of Steve Jobs, Patrick Swayze, among others.The pancreas, where the cancer starts, sits behind the stomach near a bunch of other important organs.That's also a tricky approach, she said, because when you inject the chemotherapy into the bloodstream it's still difficult to reach the pancreatic tumor with very few blood cells.Her solution?With the help of MIT and the Massachusetts General Hospital, she came up with a new way to deliver the chemotherapy drugs so they go directly to the pancreas."The device is still in pre-clinical trials, which means it hasn't made its way into humans yet.But because it will be using a drug that's already used to treat pancreatic cancer called paclitaxel , Indolfi told Fast Company in March that she hopes the clinical trial process will only take a few years, making it available to patients in about five years.Watch the full video: NOW WATCH: How to freeze water instantlyLoading video...
View photosMoreLetters spell the word "Alphabet" as they are seen on a computer screen with a Google search page in this photo illustration taken in Paris, France, August 11, 2015.REUTERS/Pascal RossignolSAN FRANCISCO Reuters - Google did not pay to use Oracle's software in millions of smartphones, but the company believed that the intellectual property was free for anyone to use, Larry Page, chief executive of Google's parent company, told jurors in court on Thursday.A trial in 2012 ended in a deadlocked jury, and if the current jury rules against Google on fair use, then it would consider Oracle's request for $9 billion in damages.Oracle attorney Peter Bicks sharply questioned Page about the importance of Android to Google's business, pointing to documents noting billions of dollars in revenue, as well as earnings transcripts in which Page said 700,000 Android phones were "lit up" every day."No we didn't pay for the free and open things," Page said."I think we acted very responsibly and carefully around the intellectual property issues," Page said.
The future of long-distance travel is looking more exciting than ever -- forget Amtrak, we'll have a Hyperloop.The effort, a collaboration between U.S. and Australian military research teams, involves hypersonic technology able to take planes from Sydney to London in a mere two hours.According to the AFP, the Hypersonic International Flight Research Experimentation team sent an experimental rocket to an altitude of 278 kilometers during a trial yesterday, hitting speeds of Mach 7.5.The team s goal has been creating an engine able to fly at Mach 7, eventually leading to the development of a commercial plane that could take travelers very long distances in relatively tiny amounts of time.The research team will be conducting a total of 10 trial runs in South Australia at Woomera, and at Andoya Rocket Range in Norway.As such, the contraption is lighter and faster than typical rockets that have to transport a bunch of fuel.
The AutoRally platform is technically still a toy, but at almost 40-inches in length and with a top-speed of 62 miles per hour, it s a perfect fifth-scale replica of a human-sized car.After a couple of low-speed human-controlled practice laps on a dirt track to familiarize the truck s AI with the simple course, the vehicle was left to navigate it all on its own, while trying to maintain a constant speed of around 18 miles per hour.Using specially-developed algorithms that calculate 2,560 different possible trajectories for the oncoming two-and-a-half seconds of travel, the truck calculates the best possible way to safely navigate a corner or straightaway all by itself using its steering, acceleration, and braking.Most of the time that includes power-sliding around a corner to maintain as much of its speed as possible—a skill that the little truck learns all by itself through trial and error.The key innovation here isn t about teaching autonomous cars how to safely drift around corners at high speeds—as cool as it looks.Slowing to a crawl every time it rains will keep self-driving cars safe, but they won t do the world any favors when it comes to traffic jams.
Oracle is suing Google for billions of dollars and on Thursday Larry Page, the CEO of Google parent company Alphabet, was called to the stand by Oracle's lawyers to testify.Oracle's lawyers asked him about the revenue that Google generates from its Android software, which is something Google doesn't publicly discuss.Oracle's expert witness had previously testified that Google has generated $42.3 billion from Android, mostly through advertising.The lawyer showed Page a document presented to Google's board of directors about Android saying, "Our application and advertising services helped build Android into $43B / year ecosystem," according to the live coverage of the trial relayed on Twitter by several reporters and observers at court on Thursday.But Page balked at that document."I don't think those revenues are Google's revenues," he told the court, according to tweets from Sarah Jeong, who is covering the trial for Motherboard.Page said he thought the number referred to how much the entire ecosystem has made on Android, including carriers and others, not just Google.Oracle is suing Google for billions of dollars, alleging that Google owes it a lot of money in royalties and damages for copying certain bits of software from a programming language called Java to when Google created Android.Oracle now owns Java, acquired when it bought the company that created it in 2010, Sun Microsystems.At issue are bits of computer code called application programming interfaces or APIs.Page didn't play into Oracle's handsPage also got in a bunch of other jabs on the stand:When asked why Google acquired the company that had initially created Android, Page took a shot at Java, the programming language owned by Oracle at the heart of this trial."I was frustrated with the state of phones at the time… many of which were running Java," he replied, according to tweets from EFF activist Parker Higgins.In a line of questioning about how if he knew that Google did not license these APIs from Sun yes, he did know that , Page also pushed back, "I don't agree we copied code," reports Motherboard's Jeong.Page said he thought it was industry practice to take API headers and re implement them.Google is now arguing that its use of these APIs fall within fair use.
Google co-founder Larry Page was presented with a choice 11 years ago: whether to abandon the use of Java to build Android or march ahead and defend our decision, perhaps making enemies along the way.Oracle sued Google in 2010, shortly after acquiring Sun Microsystems, where Java was created.Page, 43, was responding to an Oracle lawyer who was trying to show jurors that at the highest levels, Google was aware of the theft of its copyrighted code.It was Google s Android manager, Andy Rubin, who wrote about making enemies in a 2005 e-mail and urged Page to impress upon a Sun executive, that we love Sun.Now the chief executive officer of Google parent Alphabet Inc., Page stood by Google s use of Java in his testimony, saying we didn t pay for free and open things.Java s APIs are indispensable shortcuts programmers use to work across software platforms.Oracle has shown the e-mail to jurors throughout two weeks of trial."If Sun doesn t want to work with us, we have two options," Rubin wrote, adding that the first choice is "abandon our work" and adopt an inferior programming language or "2 Do Java anyway and defend our decision, perhaps making enemies along the way."U.S.If jurors find Google didn t make fair use of Oracle s copyrights, they will decide in a second phase of the trial whether the company is entitled to damages.