Gmail’s confidential mode — the privacy-preserving email feature Google unveiled last April — launched in beta roughly three months ago (in March), and the Mountain View company today announced that starting June 25, it’ll become generally available for G Suite customers.This writer is already seeing it in his inbox.Confidential mode, you might recall, allows email senders to create expiration dates, revoke previously sent messages, and remove options for recipients to forward, copy, print, and download via built-in Information Rights Management (IRM) controls — all toward the goal of protecting highly sensitive or personal content.Optionally, users can require two-factor authentication via text message to view an email, which Google contends makes it easier to preserve a message’s integrity even if a recipient’s account is compromised.Confidential mode is switched on by default for all domains with Gmail enabled.Disabling it requires heading to G Suite’s Admin console, navigating to Apps > G Suite > Settings for Gmail > User settings, and looking for the “Enable confidential mode” checkbox.
this is an opinion piece.the Type of the environmental code and establish at any time a brand new law in which social and carbon reduction is given greater scope in the examination of how land and water should be used, write miljörättsjuristerna Pia Pehrson and Mikael Jonasson.Our proposal is, therefore, a substantial repeats when it comes to the design of the permit granting processes, with a focus on the framework and villkorsprövning.A current example is the expansion and strengthening of the national grid for electricity where kapacitetsbristen today is a major concern.a Further example is the mining industry where the Industry and recently gave a clear answer by NOW 2018/19; NU11.Sweden mister therefore, investment in the mining industry and have also lost big in the Frasiers listing of countries with good investment climate for mining in which Sweden is gone from the seat 8, 2016 to place 21 in 2018.
And the ops team replies: “it must be a code issue.”Developers and ops people sometimes have different perspectives on why a deployment went wrong.It really did work in stagingEveryone on the team wants to get things right the first time, deploying a quality product with every feature release.But, as the saying goes, we’re all only human.A slightly different network configuration here, an older version of a PHP extension or NPM module there, and suddenly the places where code is being tested before launching it to the world aren’t quite perfectly in sync.
If you've got yourself a Google Nest Hub, a Lenovo Smart Display, or anything else running Google's own Smart Display UI, you should see some visual changes and tweaks in the near future.Google just pushed out an update for the interface that makes more use of the ambient display that's on while the display is idle – the clock face or wallpaper becomes a blurred background as soon as you start interacting with it.As 9to5Google reports, the dedicated weather forecast has been removed as well (leaving just an icon and a temperature reading), and the time and date style has been tweaked and repositioned.Part of the reasoning behind the change is preparing the ground for the Nest Hub Max, and making room for the Duo call reminders coming with the Face Match ID technology (something that's not available on the Nest Hub).These updates to the interface on Google's smart displays come a couple of weeks after the company demoed a host of improvements to its products at Google IO 2019.As well as introducing the Nest Hub Max, Google also gave a sneak preview of the next-gen Google Assistant – able to process information faster, with a smaller footprint on devices, and getting smarter all the time.
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BT unveiled its new logo this week after years of deliberation, and late nights in the boardroom agonising over it.Now I'm thinking they put more thought into their after hours takeaway order, and I'm not the only one.Join me as we peruse the contributions that Twitter users have made in taking the piss - and every other bodily fluid imaginable - out of the brand.The network provider was floating ideas for a more pared back logo as early as 2016.At the time we called the likely contender a "boring flat circle" but it's a Rembrandt compared to the black and white logo someone appears to have rustled up in MS Paint.A trademark was filed for the new logo this week (via The Guardian), and the re-branding is expected to go live in August.
Launched in 2005, and then acquired by Google in 2006 for over $1.6 billion, the video service began its life mostly as a web-based PC service, allowing anyone to upload their creations for everyone to see and watch.When smartphones started becoming popular by the end of the 2000s, followed by the rise of smart TVs, YouTube apps followed, and its popularity exploded.Google now says that over 1.9 billion users worldwide check out YouTube videos every month, and that over 70 percent of its video views come from mobile devices.Google has branded many products with the YouTube name including YouTube Music, YouTube Premium and YouTube TV.Whether you’re just an average Joe or a massive company, anyone can upload their videos on the service and there are no fees for those who want to watch them either.Google does have certain rules over what kind of videos can be uploaded, including ones that are subject to copyrights infringements.
In a surprise to no one, the British are out-drinking their fellow nations by getting rat-arsed on an average of at least once a week, because I guess no one else is trying hard enough.The Guardian reports that the Global Drugs survey's research included 36 countries, with the US and Canada coming a close second and third to the UK, with citizens getting drunk 50 and 48 times a year on average respectively, compared to our 51.1 instances a year.Last year, a director at Public Health England (PHE) revealed that 4.4 per cent of the UK's population is guzzling up over 30 per cent of the country's alcohol, which means that two million people are chugging a third of all of the alcohol sold here.And it's not just alcohol – 74 per cent of the survey's English participant admitted to having using cocaine at some stage in their lives compared to the global average of 43 per cent.And the usage is up for the country year-on-year, going from 43 per cent last year to 64 per cent this year."In the UK we don’t tend to do moderation, we end up getting drunk as the point of the evening," said Prof Adam Winstock, the founder of the Global Drug Survey.
We now have our first look at Patrick Stewart in character as Star Trek: The Next Generation's Jean-Luc Picard since the film Star Trek: Nemesis back in 2002.The image is a photo of a video clip shown at CBS' Upfronts presentation.Upfronts are hosted by TV networks like CBS to show off the next season's slate of shows primarily to advertisers, but sometimes to press as well.Press and advertising professionals who presented at the event shared the details on Twitter.Pittsburgh Post-Gazette TV critic Rob Owen described the brief scene in a tweet, writing that the clip featured "a Starfleet officer asking Jean-Luc, 'May I have your name, please, sir?'The clip was brief, and fans looking to learn about the series won't find a whole lot to work from.
Det är Capgemini i Sverige som lierat sig med Tacton.Tillsammans ska man jobba med Tactons molnbaserade mjukvara för configure price quote, CPQ, som främst används inom tillverkningsindustrin för att designa, konfigurera och sälja produkter.Med hjälp av Capgeminis kunnande inom digital transformation ska man koppla ihop kund, produkt och fabrik för kunderna.– Vi ska leverera CPQ-lösningar i världsklass till våra kunder.Samarbetet med Tacton innebär att vi kommer kunna göra just det.Och inte bara till nuvarande kunder, utan även till nya kunder så att de kan förbättra sina organisationer med hjälp av våra lösningar, säger Stephan Hedborg, ansvarig för Manufacturing på Capgemini Sverige.
The creators of HBO’s Game of Thrones will be heading to a galaxy far, far away in the very near, near future.Disney has confirmed that the previously announced trilogy of Star Wars films from Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B.Weiss will indeed be the next big-screen installments of the sci-fi saga to hit theaters following Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker, which comes out December 20.The first of those films is currently scheduled to premiere in 2022.The plan was announced by Disney CEO Bob Iger during the MoffettNathanson Media & Communications conference.It was previously announced that both the Game of Thrones creators and Episode VIII – The Last Jedi writer and director Rian Johnson were both working on separate trilogies set in the Star Wars universe.
Nintendo announced today that it will host a special Nintendo Direct dedicated to Super Mario Maker 2 ahead of E3.Super Mario Maker 2 is Nintendo’s big summer game for the Switch, and though it’s out on June 28th, Nintendo has been pretty quiet about what we should expect in terms of new (or improved) features and capabilities.It seems that whatever lingering questions fans have about Super Mario Maker 2 will be answered tomorrow when this Direct premieres.In a post published to Twitter just a little while ago, Nintendo of America announced that this Mario Maker 2 Direct will be broadcast tomorrow, May 15th, at 3 PM Pacific/6 PM Eastern.The Direct will last around 15 minutes and will be entirely dedicated to Mario Maker 2, so don’t expect to hear anything about other upcoming Switch games during the presentation.Tune in on Wednesday, May 15 at 3 p.m. PT / 6 p.m.
Mikrometertunna sensorer som byggs in i väggar eller golv vittnar om fuktskador utan att ytskiktet behöver brytas upp.Nu ska systemet utvecklas för att klara mätning i betong.I dagsläget finns 100 000-tals sensorer från Invisense monterade i byggnader, främst badrum, i Sverige.Sensorn bygger på forskning om tryckt elektronik från Linköpings universitet.Polymid är extremt tåligt men kan absorbera upp till två procent vatten.När Invisenses skanner kommer i närheten och skickar ut en radiosignal skapas en ström i sensorns krets och spolen skickar en radiovåg tillbaka.
One of the things that we love about car culture is the strong DIY bent that so many people seem to have.One of the best examples of that can be found in the DIY Tesla communities of the internet.These brave souls are working to keep their salvaged Teslas on the road despite their being excommunicated by the Big T.One prominent member of the community that we've featured before is Rich Benoit of the YouTube channel RichRebuilds, and in his most recent video, he shines a light on his friend Phil in San Francisco.Phil is not only doing some seriously mad scientist-Island of Dr. Moreau stuff with a Model 3 and a Sprinter van, but also working to help keep Teslas on the road.In Rich's video, Phil explains that one of the more common issues with used and salvaged Models S and X stems from something called the "eMMC."
Making robots swear for fun (and science) is far from a novelty on the internet.But this new video of a reprogrammed cleaning robot Roomba will still tickle your funny bone.This new gag comes from YouTuber Michael Reeves, who’s previously built a robot that shoots energy drinks when you’re tired and another one that picks tomatoes out of your salad for some reason.In his latest video, he modified a Roomba to swear every time it bumps into something.He also recorded swears from some well-known YouTubers like iDubbz and maxmoefoePokemon to spice things up.Unfortunately, he had to remove parts of the robot that actually cleaned the floor.
Automakers aren't the only ones out there working on the next generation of automotive technology.Startups are out there, too, and getting big investment money from an automaker can easily propel that company to the forefront of a specific technology.Toyota's hoping it can find that next big thing with another injection of cash into its venture fund.Toyota AI Ventures, a subsidiary of the Toyota Research Institute established in 2017, announced on Thursday that it has created a new $100 million fund for future investments.The money will go toward startups working to develop technology and business models for future autonomous vehicles."Auto manufacturers must participate in the startup ecosystem to stay ahead of the rapid shift in the auto industry," said Jim Adler, managing director of Toyota AI Ventures, in a statement.
After simultaneously launching commercial 5G services in early April, three South Korean carriers have collectively signed up 260,000 subscribers — a solid start for the next-generation cellular technology.The key metric of 5G adoption was shared by South Korea’s Ministry of Science and ICT (via Yonhap), which scheduled and coordinated the carriers’ launches in an effort to make South Korea the world’s first 5G country.South Korea’s haste to commercialize 5G services and devices has led to speed bumps for early adopters, who have complained about inconsistent service and issues with the country’s first 5G smartphone: Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G.But carriers have moved quickly to respond to those early concerns, if not fully resolve them, and have offered aggressive promotions to lure new customers to the high-speed wireless technology.“Many of the initial complaints raised by consumers are being addressed,” said the Ministry of Science and ICT, “but with more people using the system, other problems are expected to come to light that will require fixing.”Commencing 5G service is one thing, but having enough base stations and devices to satisfy a large population is another — the scalability challenge facing U.S. carriers with over 328 million residents to serve.
Pre-orders have appeared through major online retailers for a new book from Epic Games, the company behind battle royale hit Fortnite.Titled “Official Fortnite Battle Royale Survival Guide,” the book promises to offer players tricks and tips on getting their own victory royales.The book is discounted during pre-orders and will start shipping to buyers in May.Pre-orders for the new book have appeared at Barnes & Noble and Amazon, where Epic Games is listed as the author; the publisher is notable Brown Books for Young Readers, which lists a publication date of May 7, 2019.The survival guide is a hardcover book with full-color images and a guide to the entire battle royale island.Buyers can expect “sneaky survival tactics,” according to the book description, including ways to utilize the Storm, build away from trouble, and more.
Mark Zuckerberg once promised Facebook would move fast and break things.Now Zuckerberg says Facebook is trying to fix the things it broke.Standing on stage before an audience of developers at the annual F8 Conference on Tuesday, Zuckerberg—the same guy who spent years convincing billions of people to share their every thought and action with the world—explained all the ways Facebook is going to help people keep that same information under wraps.“I believe the future is private,” the CEO said, almost as soon as he began, setting the tone for a day of product announcements across Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp.The social networking giant now faces more than a dozen international investigations into its history of privacy violations, from its years of willy-nilly data sharing to several recent data breaches.“It's a major shift in how we run this company.”
Many britons want to see a ban for the hugs and kisses on the job.according to a new survey among 2000 employees in the Uk.To greet each other by hugs and unexpected kiss on the cheeks can create confusion and stress in uk workplaces, shows the survey made by the jobbsajten Totaljobs.One-third of the employees surveyed stated that they felt themselves affected by the uncomfortable greetings, and 25 percent say they avoid colleagues or customers on the basis of their approaches to health.the Survey also shows that three out of four employees would agree to a ban on physical contact in the workplace.− Regardless of whether it is an unwanted hug or a kindpuss at the inappropriate moment, shows our survey to greetings at work can be unpleasant and affect job satisfaction and productivity, says Totaljobs marketing manager Alexandra Sydney in an article in the british newspaper The Telegraph.