James Cameron, director of Aliens and Titanic, first wrote a treatment for sci-fi/environmentalist tale Avatar in the mid-90s.Cameron is planning not one but four (!)And just as Avengers: Endgame threatens to take Avatar's box office crown, it was announced in May 2019 that Avatar 2 will hit theaters in December 2021.Release date and where to watchStarting with Avatar 2 at Christmas 2021, Cameron's sequels are projected to alternate with Star Wars movies each holiday season until Avatar 5 ends the series in 2027 -- nearly two decades after the first movie was released.Here's the schedule for the next few years of Star Wars, Avatar and other Disney movies dominating the holiday season:
Alienware‘s m17 is a hard laptop to pigeonhole.For all appearances it’s just a bigger version of the m15, but in practice it’s something entirely different.Sure they look the same, but the smaller one only really competes against other gaming laptops.I think this is fantastic because it means there’s more of the gorgeous red soft-touch material covering its lid.I won’t tell you it’s the fastest gaming laptop out there – it’s not even the fastest Alienware laptop – but I will say that it’s fast enough play most games on max settings at 1080p resolution while maintaining 100 FPS or higher.It’s also more than suited for Photoshop, 4K video editing and rendering, and other similarly resource-intensive design and software functions.
World Champion thrower Logan Broadbent says it's pretty simple."Basically the best way to think of it is that each wing is an airplane wing," he says."The top side is curved and the bottom side is relatively flat and that shape allows the boomerang to generate lift.""But a boomerang is thrown vertically so the directional lift is to the side, unlike an airplane flying horizontal where the directional lift is up in the air.So you throw it nice and vertical, straight up and down, it'll curve around and come back."Broadbent, a former boomerang trick shot champion, first joined the US Boomerang team at age 14, and currently ranks number two in the world.
Google has put on hold its suspension of Android services to Huawei.It follows the US Department of Commerce's decision to allow Huawei a 90-day license after blacklisting the company last week.A Google spokesman told Business Insider that the grace period will allow Google to "provide software updates and security patches to existing models for the next 90 days."It's good news for Huawei users who were panicked Google's suspension, with some asking their network operators if they could return their phones.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Google has confirmed that its suspension of Android services to Chinese tech giant Huawei is on hold.
GM is scaling back its Maven car-sharing company and will stop service in nearly half of the 17 North American cities it operates in.A spokesperson who confirmed Maven was shutting down in some cities, without identifying the location or number that will remain, said the company plans to focus on markets that have the strongest demand and growth potential.The WSJ, which was the first to report the impending shutdown, said Maven will continue to operate in Detroit, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, and Toronto.Maven’s car-sharing service is available in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Denver, Los Angeles, New York, Orlando, San Francisco and Washington D.C. as well as Toronto, according to its website.Maven Gig, a service it launched in 2017 that rents out vehicles to rideshare and delivery drivers who use apps like Uber, Lyft and UberEATS, operates in Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Detroit, San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Phoenix, NYC and Washington D.C.GM conducted a market-by-market analysis to determine which cities it would exit, according to the spokesperson.
In 24 hours from the point at which this article goes live, there’ll be no more Detective Pikachu in Pokemon GO.The big Detective Pikachu event in Pokemon GO started on May 7th, 2019, at 1PM Pacific.The event is set to end at 1PM Pacific on Friday, May 17th, 2019.Let’s talk about how you can get a Detective Pikachu before your time is up.The trick for this Pokemon GO pickup is in finding as many Pikachu out in the wild as you can.But beyond that – you’ve gotta take the right sort of photo.
Ticketmaster is turning to new technology to help fight ticket fraud.The ticketing giant today unveiled its next-generation digital tickets, “Safetix,” which are tied to the ticket holder’s mobile device through an encrypted barcode that automatically refreshes every few seconds.The tickets will also support NFC technology, allowing fans to enter venues through a “tap and go” experience.This will also involve the use of proximity-based technology which automatically selects the tickets when the phone is held near the ticket reader.Apple and Ticketmaster already tested SafeTix this month during the fintech conference Transact, Ticketmaster says.Today, unscrupulous resellers take screenshots or photocopies of tickets that they then sell multiple times over to unsuspecting victims.
Taxiappbolaget Uber is trading down on Wall Street ahead of its second day of trading.At the opening raged since the share price by over 9 per cent, to 37.8 dollars, and continued to fall to switch between 9-11 per cent.It provides that the market value of 63.5 billion dollars, which is close to half of the valuation that Uber tested on the market a few weeks before the börsdebuten.During the night were also storägaren Softbanks share, down 3.3 per cent on the tokyo stock exchange.Softbank owns approximately 20% of Uber, with additional ownership via the so-called Vision fund, the world's largest teknologiinvesteringsfond operated jointly with saudi Arabia.the Ubers fall means that 81 per cent of the company's co-owner has gone back on its investment, according to figures from Pitchbook.
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.There's always a new marketing tool or some flashy, new resource always round the corner.How can you sort through the noise and actually find a great marketer for your business?It's not easy, but Entrepreneur Network partner Eric Siu and marketing expert Yaniv Masjedi have a few tips that can help you through the process.Start by prioritizing prospects who show passion for their work.Second, find people who are focused on moving forward and eager to continue taking on new responsibilities and complete new goals.
If your Mac computer is malfunctioning or you're looking to sell it, it might be time to perform a factory reset on the device.Here's how to factory reset your Mac, wiping out all data, including a few tips in case it doesn't work.How to factory reset a Mac computerBefore anything, if you don't want to lose the files you have saved on your computer, you should back them up.You can also backup onto iCloud, or manually move the files you want to save onto an external drive.After a few moments, the macOS Utilities window should appear — this is known as Recovery Mode.
Fast-forward several months and Speedgate, the quirky game their neural network created based on data from more than 400 sports, is in high demand among recreational enthusiasts worldwide, according to AKQA creative director Whitney Jenkins.So far, 10 universities have committed to hosting intramural leagues, including the University of Maryland, the University of Idaho and Brigham Young University.The agency has fielded inquiries from hobbyists, recreational organizers and colleges in at least 40 countries who are also interested in hosting their own competitions, according to Jenkins.The sport has even earned an official designation from the Oregon Sports Authority.“This morning, I actually had to answer a Russian email that was disputing out-of-bounds penalties if the out-of-bounds was intentional,” he said.While the sport is best described as a cross between rugby, ultimate frisbee and soccer, Jenkins said the process that created it was a lot more complex than a simple combination of various game elements.
More than three years after Facebook released one of the biggest gambles in its existence, a virtual reality headset it paid billions to launch as its own, the company has grown more embattled but its moonshot VR flagship has grown safer.Facebook’s sequel to the Oculus Rift is not the Rift 2, it is the Rift S. Just as the iPhone naming scheme denotes the tock to a tick rather than a full revolution; the latest product is a hardware update, albeit a pretty minor one, more of a 1.2 than a 2.0.It wasn’t always going to be this way — the company’s founding CEO had other plans.But the Rift S represented a way for Facebook to push the accessibility of its most high-end headset and likely the profit margins of the cheaper-feeling headset, which does cost $399 versus the original Rift’s $349 price tag, a number that danced and dwindled its way down from a Rift + Touch launch price of $798 at the end of 2016.The hardware design isn’t really the story that Facebook and Oculus are pushing with the Rift S. The hardware is a product of sacrifices that give the entire headset a lower-end feeling than the Quest or Go, it was largely built by Lenovo after all; as such this release is mostly about the software advancements.Gone are the external sensors and their damn driver updates, gone are the constant needs for recalibration when a headset was bumped out of place — this is a headset that learns from your space.
DDB found a New York president within the Omnicom network.DDB New York appointed Audrey Melofchik to the role, effective immediately.Her appointment follows the departure of DDB New York president and CEO Chris Brown, who had been with the agency for decades, last October.She will report directly to DDB U.S. president and COO Paul Gunning.“I’ve known Audrey for many years and her influence on not only individuals but teams at both agencies and clients has resulted in mutually beneficial client-agency partnerships.When the opportunity to have Audrey lead DDB New York and become part of the U.S. leadership team presented itself, it was an easy decision to ask her to come on board,” Gunning said in a statement.
The extended battle between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and the Securities and Exchange Commission finally reached a head earlier this month when a Federal judge ordered that the two parties "put on their reasonableness pants" and come to an agreement on what Musk needs to have approval to post on social media.As early as Friday morning, both parties sought an extension to the judge's initial two-week timeline, but according to a report published late on Friday by CNBC, Musk and the SEC have come to terms and have submitted documentation to the court outlining them.The quick version of what it says is that Musk needs to have the approval of a specialist securities lawyer -- which Tesla has to pay for -- to say anything in written form or on an earnings call that relates to topics like production numbers, delivery numbers, mergers and acquisitions or new business lines (like leaf blowers, for example).If that seems kind of like what he agreed to the first time Musk and the SEC reached a settlement post-"Funding secured" that's because it is similar.This is just in a more clear and easily enforceable language.Now, whether it will actually work and whether the internet's newest meme lord will be able to keep himself under control remains to be seen.
The challenges this week are pretty interesting, especially compared to the lackluster previous weeks.But for this guide, we are going to help you find the locations of every spot we need to dance in.But first, you can find all seven of the new challenges this week in our screenshot above.As always, four are for Battle Pass owners and three are free to players.The biggest challenge this week is, unfortunately, for Battle Pass owners only so we hope you obtained a free one from the overtime challenges last season.The challenge is to dance between three ice sculptures then three dinosaurs, and lastly, three hot springs.
A device attached to the forehead that sends out a mild shock is a non-medical treatment for ADHD children.For parents who wish to alternative treatment for ADHD for their children is another opportunity that is now approved by the medicines agency Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the united states, writes Gizmodo.the Device is called the NeuroSigma and look kind of like a bigger calculator.the Device sends out signals in the form of nerve stimulation by means of a cord attached to the forehead above the eyebrows.the Signals travel through the trigeminusnerven and kranialnerven, which we use to bite and swallow.the Stimulation then reaches parts of the brain, primarily the prefrontal cortex that regulates emotions, behaviour and our ability to focus.
From Infinity War to Black Panther to Captain Marvel, Marvel movies keep smashing box office records.Yup, we seriously can't get enough of Marvel movies.The MCU has expanded to 22 films, reinvented serialized movies, and made more than $18.6 billion at the global box office -- but when it began a decade ago it was actually quite a gamble.Cast your mind back years before Endgame, before Thanos and the Infinity War snap, before the Avengers assembled...For starters, the Iron Man character had never appeared in a movie or live-action TV show, putting him behind the likes of Spider-Man and the Hulk in terms of general public awareness."In the late 1990s Robert Downey Jr. was uninsurable," says box office analyst Stephen Follows, "making him unemployable to any production which wanted to get a completion bond."
If you have your heart set on Microsoft’s flagship convertible laptop, the Microsoft Store is running a promotion that will save you up to $400 off the price of the Microsoft Surface Book 2.With Microsoft’s discounted prices range from $1,149 for the base configuration and as high as $3,099 when the Surface Book 2 is fully configured.The convertible laptop comes with either a 13.5- or 15-inch detachable display that will allow this PC to quickly convert between a notebook and a tablet by being able to remove the keyboard.Unlike the Surface Pro 6, the Surface Book 2’s keyboard base is included in the configuration, so you won’t need to spend extra money to buy a Type Cover keyboard folio.Additionally, the more solid keyboard base on the Surface Book 2 means that this laptop will feel a lot more solid when you’re working on the device while it’s resting on your lap.At the base $1,149 price, you’re getting a 13.5-inch model with 8GB RAM, a 7th-Generation Intel Core i5 processor without discrete graphics, and 128GB of storage.
It was the much-awaited phone from the company as it aims to take on the mid-range smartphone segment competing with the likes of Redmi Note 7 Pro.Realme 3 Pro: specifications, price and availabilityRealme 3 Pro features a 6.3-inch Full HD+ (2340 x 1080 pixels) IPS panel which is topped by 2.5D Gorilla Glass 5 for added protection against regular wear and tear.It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset with an octa-core CPU and Adreno 616 as the graphics processor.This is backed by 4GB/6GB of RAM with 64GB/128GB storage.There's an option to increase the storage via microSD card by upto 256GB.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold was already a controversial smartphone well before review units of the device were sent out earlier this week.Media outlets like CNBC, The Verge, and Bloomberg, along with popular YouTube tech reviewer MKBHD, all reported that the larger inside screen stopped working after only a day or two.While at least a couple of these units failed because a protective film on the display was removed, it looks like the screens on the Galaxy Fold units given to CNBC and The Verge failed because the displays themselves broke down.Check out this commentary from our colleague Scott Adam Gordon for more information.Samsung has already announced it plans to “thoroughly inspect these units in person to determine the cause of the matter.” However, it also indicated that the April 26 launch date for the Galaxy Fold will go on as scheduled.However, we are still talking about one of the most expensive phones ever made for general consumers.