In 2017, Amazon offered its customers the chance to get packages delivered inside their homes with its new Key service.What if you’re nervous about giving Amazon the right to open your front door, but you’re also tired of having your purchases left out in the rain?Well, in 2018, Amazon offered an alternative: the company will deliver your package to the trunk of your car, where it can sit in relative security.The service is available for specific types of cars (most recently, cars from Honda and Acura) in specific cities.If you want to give it a try, here are the current requirements:You must be a Prime member.
an indian spacecraft, Chandrayaan-2, is finally on the way to the moon.the aircraft had lifted, according to the plan, at 14.43 local time.Thousands of people had gathered to witness the launch from the space center Satish Dhawan, on the island of Sriharikota in the east of India.According to the indian space agency Isro, has the spacecraft successfully entered earth's orbit.on Monday, was suspended for a trial launch on the basis of a bränsleläcka, and his departure was postponed.the Indian scientists said on Monday, to be sure that the problem has been resolved.
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A man from the US state of Georgia who pleaded guilty in March to breaking into the Apple iCloud accounts of sports and entertainment figures was sentenced on Thursday to three years and one month in federal prison – and ordered to pay almost $700,000 in restitution.Kwamaine Jerell Ford was indicted in April, 2018, at the age of 27, for six counts each of wire fraud, computer fraud, access device fraud, and aggravated identity theft.'More creative and more devious'"In today’s high tech world, citizens entrust their personal information to a number of service providers and expect that information to be protected,” said Chris Hacker, the aptly named Special Agent in Charge of FBI Atlanta, in a statement.Ford's scheme, which spanned the period from March 2015 to March 2018, was not particularly creative nor devious, but it worked well enough.It involved duping the people into believing that he was an Apple support representative so they would reveal their iCloud account passwords and the answers to their security questions.
Instagram debuted Stories in August 2016, and by March 2017, businesses of all sizes were allowed to run ads alongside the ephemeral content format.However, despite the theoretical lack of barriers for smaller brands looking to capitalize on Stories ads, a recent study found that larger companies still enjoyed many advantages.Software-as-a-service company Socialinsider—which offers marketers an analytics tool covering Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube—examined 135,976 Instagram Stories from 2,548 business accounts and shared its findings.The study found that, on average, brands posted Stories on seven days each month, but follower size was a factor.Brands with 100,000 or more followers posted Stories an average of roughly every two days, while those with fewer than 1,000 followers did so approximately every four days.And Socialinsider pointed out that only business accounts with over 10,000 followers can include links in their Stories, giving them more incentive to create content for this medium.
It suggests the products are cost-effective and environmentally friendly compared to tampons and pads, while still being safe and able to provide roughly the same level of protection against leakage.The concept of the cup, which is inserted into the vagina to collect menstrual blood, has existed since at least the 1930s.It’s only lately, thanks partly to new brand-name products like the Diva Cup, that they’ve seen a spike in popularity.The authors of the study, published in the Lancet on Tuesday, reviewed the relatively little amount of medical literature there is surrounding menstrual cups.They looked at 43 studies involving just over 3,300 women living in both developing and developed countries, dating as far back as the 1960s.“Menstrual cups seem to be an effective and safe alternative to other menstrual products,” the authors write.
The Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL has been in the spotlight for several weeks.Something that woke up many critics in the social networks and forums like Reddit.Now the thing is calmer and it seems that the inclusion of more sensors is something that users want from Google.The design of the terminals is clear, although their specifications have not yet been confirmed.But it will include a bezel very similar to what we see in the normal Pixel 3.Google must improve its designs considerably since it is several steps below its main competitors.
Huawei reportedly says it wants to keep using Google's Android operating system (OS) in phones, not its self-developed system.Company senior vice president Catherine Chen told reporters in Brussels that its Hongmeng OS isn't even designed for smartphones, according to Chinese state news agency Xinhua.The embattled Chinese phonemaker didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
The dual flagship strategy or a 6-month refresh cycle is fast becoming a norm in the smartphone industry.The problem has been that OEMs had in the past relied on the same chipset for both devices.But with the surprise announcement of the Snapdragon 855 Plus a few days back, the status quo might be changing soon.Xiaomi has teased the Black Shark 2 Pro.As well as other OEMs, Xiaomi is also looking forward to updating one of its flagship offering with the latest Snapdragon 855 Plus.Recall that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 Plus chip is built for gaming and VR.
Sometimes you have more overnight guests than beds -- and making people sleep on the floor should always be a last resort.But when space is limited -- or when you're camping or traveling -- blowing up an air mattress is usually the best solution for accommodating folks, for comfort, and for a good night's sleep.However, the air mattress is a dizzyingly crowded product category, with more than 10,000 search results on Amazon alone.This includes repeatedly inflating and deflating them, evaluating their construction and durability, and subjecting them to the rigors of a series of acrobatically inclined children's sleepovers for air pressure, comfort and how puncture-resistant they are.Best overall: SoundAsleep Dream SeriesHeight when inflated: 19 inches
Amazon Prime Day 2019 is here, and thousands of deals are already live.Of course, we should have known Walmart wasn’t just going to sit back and let Amazon bask in the glory of its own Prime Day deals.So if you don’t have a Prime membership, but still want to access great savings, this Walmart Prime Day sale is exactly what you need.There are tons of discounts currently available, with iPad deals, Instant pots, Apple and Fitbit smartwatches, and Google Nest devices leading the charge.As always, there are quite a few great TV deals from this Walmart sale as well.Though Amazon’s Prime Day sale is still the best place to find a really cheap Echo Dot or two.
Alexa, the virtual assistant built into Amazon devices like the Echo, can play music, set reminders and timers, and shop for you on Amazon.And now she can also sing a duet with singer (and Game of Thrones actor) Ed Sheeran.Just say, "Alexa, sing a duet with Ed Sheeran," and listen to Sheeran and Alexa trade lines on his song I Don't Care."Hey, Ed, here's a reminder," Alexa begins."It's time for the party, let's go."And then Alexa's robotic and eerie voice starts trading lines with Sheeran.
Technology has always been about increasing productivity and efficiency, but its impact in the enterprise now transcends productivity in a few very important ways.Second is its impact on employee recruitment, productivity, and loyalty.Employers that embrace these agile ways of working, and meet employee expectations of consumer-like digital experiences, are more likely to win the ongoing war for talent.According to a survey by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, 58% of employers believe their technology offerings are a factor in candidates’ decision to work for them, while 51% say outdated technology hampers their ability to compete for talent.Further, the survey found that giving employees access to data and knowledge is a key component in building a connected workforce, raising loyalty, and attracting candidates.Using technology to influence recruitment and retention requires platforms that embrace the principles of a modern workforce at their core.
Eight hours, to 80 seconds…In industry-backed standardised tests Nvidia has smashed AI training records, while Google Cloud has become the first company to be faster than on-premise systems at large-scale, industry-standard ML training workloads, winning in three categoriesIn the latest round of the MLPerf test for AI training, Nvidia set eight records in AI training performance.Nvidia were the only company to submit entries into all six categories in the tests using its DGX SuperPOD, a set-up that is powered by 1,536 NVIDIA V100 Tensor Core GPUs interconnected with NVIDIA NVSwitch and Mellanox network fabric.The six categories tested in this round were: image classification; object detection light-weight; object detection heavy-weight; translation, recurrent; translation non-recurrent; recommendation and reinforcement learning.In these ‘closed division’ tests everyone must use the same model and optimizer.
Glitch, the quirky and collaborative coding site, announced a new milestone today: more than 2.5 million apps have been made on its website since it launched in 2017.(That’s up from 1 million apps just over a year ago.)On top of the milestone, Glitch also announced that it raised $30 million in funding last year, which is meant to show “how big we think the Glitch opportunity is” and that its coding tools are being built into Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code.Apps on Glitch are decidedly smaller, simpler, and quicker to make on average.For example, many are focused, single-use things, like an app for making sign bunnies or pulling up album artwork thumbnails through an iTunes API.Others are more involved, like tools for learning to code, but the real point of Glitch is to make bite-sized features and share them with the community.
Openreach has admitted that 50,000 premises covered by its fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) network can only get speeds of up to 330Mbps rather than the much-touted 1Gbps.As of the last quarter, some 1.5 million homes are covered by the BT broadband division's FTTP network.It's a legacy issue – kit from manufacturer ECI, which BT invested in 10 years ago, is slowing parts of the network down.ISP Review first broke news of the issue and appears to have been on the money when it correctly estimated the number of premises affected.Andrew Ferguson of ThinkBroadband said the hardware has not proved capable."The problem is with the ECI head-ends, where all the traffic comes together [in the exchange]."
Mercedes on Thursday unveiled the 2020 Mercedes-AMG CLA45.The CLA35's four-cylinder engine is thrown out the window and replaced with the bonkers M139, otherwise known as the most powerful production four-cylinder out there.In this instance, it produces 382 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque -- not the maximum the M139 is capable of, mind you, but there will likely be a CLA45 S in the future with even more juice.The Europeans will get a CLA45 S for sure, because that's the car seen in the pictures accompanying this story, but Mercedes-Benz said in an email that it does not have an announcement regarding the US availability of CLA45 S variants.It comes mated to an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission that should get the CLA45 to 60 miles per hour in about 4.0. seconds.It should sound the absolute business, thanks to a standard active exhaust that uncorks itself in Sport+ mode.
The legalization of cannabis and hemp for medicinal and recreational use in states across the U.S. and in Canada has opened up a huge vein of green, green cash for startups.Two entrepreneurs tantalized early on by the smell of dank profits are Pax Labs CEO Bharat Vassan and Eaze and Wayv founder Keith McCarty.They will join us on stage at Disrupt SF to hash out the opportunities for investors and help founders avoid seeing their vision go up in smoke.Bharat Vassan took over as Chief Executive at Pax Labs in February 2018.Before that, he served as President and COO at August Home, which sold to Assa Abloy in 2017.Prior to August Home, Vassan was cofounder and COO at Basis Science, which sold to Intel in 2018 for a reported $100 million.
An updated law, which took effect Monday, expands upon an existing law that says anyone who shares or sells nude or sexual images and videos to "coerce, harass, or intimidate" is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.The update adds language about "a falsely created videographic or still image," as reported earlier by Ars Technica.The Virginia General Assembly passed the updated bill in March, when it was also signed by Gov.Deepfakes are leading to growing concern about privacy.Last week, an app called DeepNude, which uses artificial intelligence to morph pictures of clothed women into nudes, shut down.Samsung also developed an AI system that can create a fake clip from a single picture.
The team says that the study has significant implications for quantum information technology and for how data is stored and shared in the future.In the experiment, the team ran the inaccessible space they uses were carbon atoms inside a diamond.Those atoms are made of linked but individually contained carbon atmos.Each carbon atom has six protons and six neutrons in the nucleus surrounded by six spinning electrons.When they bond into a diamond, the lattice they create is notoriously strong.However, diamonds can have defects where a nitrogen atom exists in one of two adjacent vacancies where carbon atoms should be; this is a nitrogen-vacancy center.