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The U.S. Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory has announced that Hawaii s Kilauea volcano has a pair of new lava flows, and though neither lava flow is putting the nearby residential regions at risk, they have been described as vigorous.This is the same volcano into which NASA sent a robotic vehicle last year, and that caused evacuations two years ago.According to the USGS, the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory spotted two new lava breakouts on May 24 before 7AM local time.The largest of the two is coming from the cone s northeast flank, and is said to be feeding a channelized flow running a little over half a mile northwest.The organization took the video above, saying that at this point, there s no immediate hazard to the communities situated nearby.How long it may take the lava flows to stop isn t clear, but the previous ones from mid-2014 lasted nearly a year before ceasing.
It wants someone with 5-9 years experience "at a top-tier law firm or business" along with outstanding academic credentials and health privacy expertise as well as professional certifications related to information privacy." Apple's products increasingly overlap into the health area.But Apple has been clear that its latest software doesn't trigger federal medical regulation, although CareKit developers might choose to use the tools to build apps that would be regulated.Whether Apple is a "covered entity" under HIPAA — meaning that it must be classified as a medical provider — has been the subject of considerable debate among healthcare professionals.Right now, Apple is working on "care delivery and coordination," Ahmed Albaiti, CEO of digital health consultancy Medullan, told Business Insider."In the development of digital health you've got your ResearchKit, you've got your CareKit which has the basics and the fundamentals of a winning formula, and the real coup de grace is yet to come," Albaiti said.""We believe that health is something that is a huge problem in the world, and we think it is ripe for simplicity and a new view, and we'd like to contribute to that," Cook added.
Ads were served on TV or radio, in newspapers and magazines, or on billboards, and advertisers played to broad audiences.In short, advertising today must strike a very personal chord with consumers—a simple principle that s very complicated to implement.Source: iStockphoto The ability for the systems to talk to each other, the ability to understand that the iPhone I m speaking to you on now is connected to my computer and how, as an advertiser, you can make that linkage without necessarily having personally identifiable information to work with—these are all challenges to reaching a particular consumer with the right message at the right time, says Claire Alexander, Oracle s senior director of product marketing.A year earlier, Oracle acquired Datalogix, which offers highly accurate data about consumer purchases in traditional stores, letting advertisers match that information with online behavioral profiles to increase the effectiveness of their digital campaigns.When consumers feel that a company gets them, they re more likely to be open to what that company is saying—and the advertising that company is serving.Going back to the diaper example, if a man has taken on the role of primary caregiver and is doing the bulk of the buying for the couple s baby, he s more likely to respond to ads that acknowledge his role rather than to ads that assume all primary caregivers are women.
Apple is planning to refresh its MacBook Pro line of laptops with thinner and lighter models in the fourth quarter of this year, according to a new report.There will be 13-inch and 15-inch models, both of which will feature a new OLED display touch bar and the Touch ID feature that thus far has only been available on iOS devices, according to 9to5Mac, which cited respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and unnamed sources.The design of the new laptops will be influenced by that of the 12-inch MacBook, which was recently refreshed with sixth-generation Intel Core M processors and faster integrated graphics.Like the 12-inch MacBook, the new MacBook Pros will support the USB-C standard no word if there will be more than one port .There will also be support for Thunderbolt 3 for connecting with peripherals, such as external displays — that feature is missing from the 12-inch MacBook.The powerful but big and clunky MacBook Pro — last updated in 2012 — has sorely needed a refresh.Some had suspected that it would happen in 2016, but now there is clear information coming from Kuo.In March, Kuo was reported to have said that Apple would refresh the iPhone lineup in 2017 .In addition to the new MacBook Pros, Apple will also come out with a new 13-inch MacBook that will sit alongside the 12-inch MacBook, as reported by 9to5Mac.
Click to Open Overlay GalleryOne of the solar generating towers at the Ivanpah Solar Power Facility on May 19, 2016.A fire at one of the plant s three towers on Thursday, which left metal pipes scorched and melted.Ivanpah has been such a mess, says Adam Schultz, program manager at the UC Davis Energy Institute and former analyst for the CPUC.Ivanpah has 173,500 garage door-sized sets of mirrors spread over 3,500 acres.Each mirror has a motor controlled by a computer, which angles the reflective surface to track the location of the sun.But a huge concentrated solar power plant is going up in Morocco, and smaller scale installations in the US have used a curved mirror configuration to generate heat but not electricity.
Thus, the user can provide such courier companies, cleaners and others access to your home without having to hand out keys - and furthermore keep track of who went in and out. In round involved the current co-owner and former Tesla top manager Peter Carlsson and venture capital firm Moor. The money will go to launch similar services as the ICA and PostNord, but in other areas and with other partners. It says CEO and co-founder, Carl-Johan Grandin son to Di Digital: We want to develop this platform and service. Already, the company talks with some 20 potential partners, he continues: There is everything from the big cleaning companies to dog fit and e-retailers. He is also expected to provide contacts for future capital raisings and expansion abroad.
Down the hall, against the sheen of sci-fi metal corridors, is Doom Guy s armor, set into a stone tablet etched with glyphs, preserved like the bones of a saint.It wasn t the very first first-person shooter, but it was most people s first experience with the concept, and showed that the PC wasn t just for slow-paced adventure games and simulations.The new Doom captures the essence of the first game gracefully: bracingly fast combat against aggressive hordes.Despite its lack of a complex plot, the original Doom was rich in environmental story, the kind that unfolded as you passed through its levels.Community Focus1993 s Doom succeeded for reasons beyond its nearly perfect single-player experience and its remarkable violence.It was one of the first games to feature networked multiplayer, allowing fans to test their skills competitively in four-player battles.
Developer Mojang will be partnering with an affiliate of NetEase, one of China's biggest internet content providers, to create a version of Minecraft tailored for the Chinese market.The workload for localisation and translation is likely to be minimal, given Minecraft's scant use of text."We'll always embrace opportunities to bring Minecraft to new players around the world, widening our community, and giving us a new perspective on our game," said Jonas Martensson, CEO of Mojang, via statement on the company's blog.Official figures from the China Internet Network Information Centre show the country had 368 million online gamers as of 2014, with 47.8 percent of them playing mobile games.There are already servers for the game dedicated to the region, although these are unofficial, making NetEase's fully supported releases an enticing prospect.Mojang is owned by Xbox One maker Microsoft, which released Minecraft: Xbox One edition in China in September 2015.
Cheers to six-pack rings that are made of beer byproducts and can be eaten by sea creatures.After the Republican and Democratic National Conventions this summer, each party s presidential nominee will get an intelligence briefing akin to an advanced social-studies seminar.Kafkaesque, Orwellian: Do overused words lose their meaning?And here you go, have fun exploring Mars.Photo: Images of the Red Planet are transmitted to Earth by unmanned vehicles in the IMAX feature Roving Mars.Bay Area News Group archives
Unless you have been living under a rock the daily commute is changing.From folding bikes to electric gizmos the way we travel is changing from home to train, from train to office and back again.This May two new electric skateboards are hitting the market – the Boosted v2 and Evolve GT.But there are other issues to consider.NEW: The Evolve GT has a top speed of 26mph ON THE MOVE: The GT is reported to be 7.9kg in weightPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 0:00Loaded: 0%Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -0:00Playback Rate1ChaptersChapterssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsFullscreenThis is a modal window.Foreground --- White Black Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta Cyan --- Opaque Semi-OpaqueBackground --- White Black Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta Cyan --- Opaque Semi-Transparent TransparentWindow --- White Black Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta Cyan --- Opaque Semi-Transparent TransparentFont Size 50% 75% 100% 125% 150% 175% 200% 300% 400%Text Edge Style None Raised Depressed Uniform DropshadowFont Family Default Monospace Serif Proportional Serif Monospace Sans-Serif Proportional Sans-Serif Casual Script Small CapsDefaults DoneThe GT is reported to be 7.9kg in weight and travel at speeds of 26 mph it will be released in May 25.
Forty feet wide and 80 feet long, the Stiletto is nearly three times the size of a World War II PT boat yet less than a third of the weight.With a carbon fiber hull, the Stiletto is light enough 45 tons, unloaded to be craned onto a cargo ship for transport—but it can also carry 20 tons of cargo and tear through most sea states at high speeds.Now operating from Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek near Norfolk, Virginia, the Stiletto was originally intended to be part of a new Navy combat concept—groups of small, highly networked boats carrying sensors and weapons and working as a group to take on enemies in coastal, river, and shallow ocean waters.Built with special operations in mind, the Stiletto has a stealthy profile and a unique pentamaran hull that essentially acts as a surface effect hull at high speeds, allowing the craft to rise out of the water and reach speeds of 60 knots 69 miles an hour, or 110 kilometers per hour .But it is funded directly by the Department of Defense's Office of Research, Test, Development and Evaluation RDT .Earlier this year, Stiletto served as the "sea" leg of a Marine Corps Warfighting Lab test of using teamed ground robots and aerial drones to find and direct fire against targets ashore.
Lorenzo Galassi / AP / TT Photo: The surgeon Paolo Macchiarini reported for yet another suspected case of "research misconduct". It's about tomographic images of an implanted artificial trachea contained in an article published in The Lancet in 2011. According to the notification, the controversial surgeon and his research colleague manipulating images and date, writes Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet. Behind the notification, the four doctors who also reported Macchiarini 2014. "We take seriously all allegations of misconduct in research and has made a first assessment of this notification. It concerns an article that is already included in the ongoing investigation into Paolo Macchiarini, where opinion will be sought from the Expert Group on research misconduct at the Central Ethical Review Board.
A new feature called Instant Android Apps will let users run applications immediately, without the need to first be installed locally. The idea is that developers will be able to reach out easier and quicker and get a bigger audience. Developers do not have to rewrite their applications, but they need to be updated to take advantage of Android Instant Apps, which can take less than a day according to Google. IO16 pic.twitter.com/QQbJ6xlJCc - Google @google May 18, 2016 In the beginning, only a few developers have access to the feature, but it will get a broader rollout later this year. We suppose that the function will go off and how systemtillåtelser will be handled for Instant Apps is not clear. We call it Instant Android Apps, and it evolves Android apps to be able to run instantly, without requiring the installation.