Editor's note, March 13, 2019: Our Galaxy S10 Plus review and our Galaxy S10E review are both now live.Keep reading for more about the Galaxy S10, S10 E, S10 Plus and Galaxy S10 5G.And here's more about the Galaxy Fold, Samsung's first foldable phone.On Wednesday at its Unpacked event in San Francisco, Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 Plus -- the larger brother to the Galaxy S10.The phone was one of four new phones announced including the Galaxy S10 5G and the "cheaper" S10E.Unlike the Galaxy Fold, none of these phones fold in half.
Twitter has updated its camera feature in its mobile app to make it easier to post more visually focused content.The updates, available today, give users faster access to posting photos, two-minute videos and live footage—something that feels like a combination of using both Twitter’s own Periscope technology and something familiar to Snapchat users.Twitter is using South by Southwest—the very same conference where, more than a decade ago, the social network debuted—to illustrate how people can post content from events.During a preview of the feature at a space the festival built for Twitter, the company gave Adweek and a few other reporters early access to try out the new feature.During a demo, Keith Coleman, Twitter’s vp of product, said the company wanted to make it as easy to follow events as it is to follow people on Twitter.“We’re trying to make it really simple to go from capturing what’s happening to getting it to the audience that really matters for whatever you’re capturing, to getting it to the people who want to talk about it,” Coleman said.
Fishing may sometimes be about relaxing by the river bank with your line in the water, and waiting to see what bites.However, there will be other times where you don’t want to sit there like a chump, in the vague hope a prize trout or bass gets hooked.For those days, you will want the Fishbrain app, with its new BiteTime feature, which helps keen anglers plan ahead and know where and when is the best time to catch a certain fish.By using Fishbrain’s extensive library of data and some cutting-edge machine learning.If you’re not familiar with Fishbrain, at its heart it is Instagram for those who love to fish.But underneath the photo-sharing aspect, Fishbrain collects and analyzes data from catches, locations, and conditions.
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From red or white to pungent or salty, there are several incredibly important variables to consider when crafting the perfect wine and cheese combo.Integration is key for B2B content marketing success.SEO is one of the oldest digital marketing tactics, defined by consistency, commitment, and agility over the long-term to see results.And despite the fact that most peg influencer marketing as a campaign-based, social media amplification tactic, influencer success is also tied to that always-on approach.They are engaged with their followings and industry happenings.We need to constantly ensure that, as a brand, we don’t start talking to ourselves, but keep a keen focus on the evolving challenges our customers have and on language they use to express these challenges.”
Having twice previously paused its review of the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, the FCC has again paused its 180-day countdown clock — this time over T-Mobile’s late-stage submission of a disruptive plan to undercut competitors in the home broadband market, and a separate confidential filing.The latest pause is a three-week opportunity to review and comment on the new documents before the countdown resumes.Strictly speaking, the new broadband plan adds only a handful of additional details to T-Mobile’s previous statements on the fixed wireless market, which the carrier said last May it would enter post-merger using Sprint’s 2.5GHz spectrum holdings.The carrier now says that it will enter the market before the merger by offering a free 4G broadband router to customers, then upgrade the router to a version with 2.5GHz 5G hardware, again for free.While there will be a monthly charge for broadband service, it will be offered without contracts, installation charges, or “surprises,” including “average speeds in excess of 100 Mbps to 90 percent of the country by 2024.”As home broadband is a presently non-existent component of T-Mobile’s business, it’s hard to imagine why submitting this plan would pause review of the merger, but there’s a possibility that the FCC views it as a necessary sweetener to push through an otherwise iffy deal.
Airbnb -- a company founded on the idea of people renting out their homes -- is moving headlong into the hotel business.It announced Thursday it signed an agreement to acquire the hotel booking app HotelTonight.This is Airbnb's biggest acquisition yet.Airbnb has gone from a website for couch surfers to having a massive online presence in just under a decade.Airbnb is reportedly planning an initial public offering sometime this year.But after years of regulatory battles with cities like New York, New Orleans and Paris, the company needs to show investors it can grow.
Marie Kondo, the woman who stole millions of Netflix viewers hearts this year with her show, “Tidying Up,” is in talks to raise up to $40 million in venture capital funding to scale KonMari, the business behind her personal brand, books and TV series.The news was first reported by The Information, which wrote that this wouldn’t be KonMari’s first infusion of venture investment, surprisingly.Last year, the company closed a financing round “in the low millions of dollars” led by top-tier VC fund Sequoia Capital, a detail that hadn’t been previously reported.In an email to TechCrunch, a spokesperson for the business said KonMari isn’t commenting on fundraising at this time.“Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” debuted on Netflix on January 1, 2019 to near-instant success, spurring a wave of internet-fandom for Kondo with her catchphrase “does it spark joy?” and efficient method of cleaning and organizing.The KonMari Method encourages cleaners to tidy by category, starting with clothes, then books, papers, miscellaneous items and sentimental items.
Amazon will close all 87 of its pop-up stores in the U.S. as part of an overhaul of its retail strategy.A spokesperson for the company confirmed the news in a statement to media outlets on Wednesday, saying that the decision had come “after much review.”The stores will be gone by the end of April, though it’s not immediately clear if the same fate awaits Amazon’s pop-up locations outside of the U.S.The small-sized stores are typically found inside shopping malls and showcase Amazon’s tech products such as Echo speakers, Fire tablets, and Kindle ebook readers.They offer customers a chance to get hands-on with the products and to ask staff any questions they might have.Notably, the spokesperson revealed that the company wants to focus on opening more Amazon Books stores, of which there are currently 19 across the U.S.
Hur utvecklar vi det smarta samhället?– Under Sveriges Innovationsriksdag adresserar vi frågan kring hur inkubatorer, science parks och ekosystemet för innovation kan bidra till omställningen mot ett smartare och mer hållbart samhälle, säger Kajsa Hedberg, vd Swedish Incubators & Science Parks.Sveriges Innovationsriksdag 2019 arrangeras 8–9 maj i Karlskrona i Blekinge med NetPort Science Park, Blekinge Business Incubator och Blue Science Park som värdorganisationer.– Blekinge är en starkt profilerad region inom IT och hållbarhet med företag, utbildning och forskning inom området.Vi välkomnar Sveriges Innovationsriksdag för att diskutera nästa steg i utvecklingen och visa upp vårt regionala ekosystem för innovation, säger Magnus Forsbrand, vd Blue Science Park.Anmälan till Sveriges Innovationsrikdag 2019 sker på www.sverigesinnovationsriksdag.se
Pirelli is always looking to push the limits of tire technology for its customers, but that doesn't always mean developing new tread patterns or rubber compounds.Sometimes it's about giving the driver more information about their tires, something that becomes incredibly important on say, a supercar on the track.To that end, Pirelli introduced its new Track Adrenaline system at the Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday.The system allows drivers to track tire temperatures, pressures and lap counts in real time from their smartphones.The best part is that the system that allows this to happen is relatively simple.To give its tires some brains, Pirelli takes a set of its Trofeo R tires and builds them with sensors embedded in the carcass of the tire.
Our culture has shifted dramatically over the past couple of decades to a consumption machine.In order to achieve your goal of making it big, you have to understand buyers and how psychologically can drive people towards making a purchase today.We are going to look at the psychology behind buying in an attempt to learn why people make certain decisions.The last time you went to the store and purchased something because it was only 19 dollars and 99 cents and not 20 dollars, you experienced the left-digit effect.The difference is literally a penny, yes.However, the brain rationalizes the purchase as being between 10-20 dollars instead of 20-30, which makes it appear more affordable.
Kia is looking to make a splash at the 2019 Geneva Auto Show by unveiling a head-turning electric concept named Imagine.The car surfs some of the biggest waves sweeping across the automotive industry while poking fun at one of the biggest trends in car design.The South Korean firm called the Imagine a visual embodiment of its desire to move forward in the exciting world of electrification.Unlike Kia’s existing electric cars, the e-Niro and the e-Soul, the concept is based on a platform developed solely to underpin battery-powered models.It blends SUV, crossover, and sedan styling cues to purposely blur the lines that separate traditional market segments.Rear-facing cameras replace the door mirrors, and the design study inaugurates a more stylized version of the Kia logo.
Apple executives are taking a very hands-on approach to Apple's TV shows as they seek family-friendly content, according to The New York Post.Apple CEO Tim Cook is reportedly among these executives, and has been giving out notes and feedback including "don't be so mean."A Wall Street Journal report last year said Cook shot down Dr Dre's drama series because he thought it too violent for Apple.Apple CEO Tim Cook is reportedly taking a very hands-on role in Apple's original TV shows.The New York Post reports that Apple's original shows are suffering because of executive interference.Numerous sources told the Post that agents and producers are becoming exasperated with "intrusive" Apple executives, including CEO Tim Cook.
A capsule launched by Elon Musk’s Space X successfully docked with the International Space Station (ISS) today as part of its demonstration mission.The Dragon vehicle made the attachment autonomously having launched on Saturday from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.The 4.9 metre tall capsule contained a dummy called Ripley and 90kg of supplies.It was part of a series of tests the capsule must pass to get approval from Nasa to carry astronauts into space.The capsule separated as planned from the rocket around 11 minutes after its launch, prompting celebration in the control room, and headed towards the ISS.“I almost thought we would fail.
Polyethylene, polypropylene and polystyrene are the most abundant microplastics in the Mediterranean coastal waters, according to a new study published by the journal Marine Pollution Bulletin -by the experts Miquel Canals, William P. de Haan, and Anna Sànchez-Vidal, from the Consolidated Research Group on Marine Geosciences of the Faculty of Earth Sciences of the University of Barcelona,.This study describes the presence of different types of microplastics in the peninsular coastal Mediterranean, in particular at the coasts of Catalonia, the region of Murcia and Almeria in Spain.According to the results, other abundant types are nylon polymers, polyurethane (PUR), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) and fluorocarbon polymer.The study has analysed about 2,500 samples of plastic materials taken from different oceanographic campaigns over a north-south axis in every area of study.In all studied areas, the most abundant materials are fragments of polyethylene (54.5 %), polypropylene (16.5 %) and polyester (9.7 %) -the most produced thermoplastic polymer worldwide- which float in marine waters and are likely to come from the continent.So far, none of the scientific studies could prove the permanence time of plastics in the sea before these deteriorate or are buried.
I was listening to The Exploding Barrel Podcast this week, which GamesBeat reviews editor Mike Minotti hosts, when they started talking about how the news around gaming is often a buzzkill.It also feels like gaming no longer has any lulls.We’ve had nonstop huge games since last summer.Just throughout February, publishers launched Apex Legends, Metro Exodus, Anthem, Far Cry: New Dawn, and plenty of others.And the thing about the bummer news and the constant onslaught of releases is that I don’t want a break from games.Sure, I wish I had more time to read and workout, but I’ve already cut out television and it takes me four days to watch a movie now.
I know it’s everyone’s dream to see outside the wavelengths allotted to our visual systems.Well, as usual, mice have gotten there first, with the help of some clever scientists.By injecting specialized light-tweaking nanoparticles into a mouse’s retina, that mouse is suddenly and clearly able to perceive near-infrared light — suggesting the same could be possible for us, assuming you don’t mind a needle in the eye.The human eye can only see wavelengths of light between about 430 and 770 nanometers; above that is ultraviolet and below it is infrared.All objects give off IR, increasingly so the warmer they are, which is the basis for heat vision goggles.We do it all the time, of course — convert one kind of light or energy into another.
TikTok feature Filter by Keywords is the way of the future when it comes to comments on social network comments.While there’s very little the average user can do to stop negativity from creeping in to their shared media at any old odd time of the day.This new feature is in the newest version of the app for Android and iOS, so you’ll do well to hit your respective app stores on devices of each type when the need should arise.The new filter can be found in Settings, then in Privacy and Safety, followed by Filter Comments.This new feature is called “Filter by Keywords” and it begins with a switch.Once you’ve activated the switch, it’ll turn green.