The Galaxy Buds are Samsung's answer to Apple AirPods, and you can pair a Samsung Galaxy S10 with Galaxy Buds easily.If you have a problem pairing the Buds— or you want to pair other brands of Bluetooth headphones — you can do that from the Bluetooth page in the Settings app.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.There was definitely a time in technology history when connecting devices — even ones advertised as "plug and play" — was convoluted, time-consuming, and frustrating.Thankfully, those days are pretty much over, at least for the newest generation of mobile gadgets.Connecting Galaxy Buds to your Galaxy S10 is a seamlessly simple experience.
Update June 18, 2019 (1:45 pm ET): Today’s Google Calendar outage appears to be resolved.If you’re still experiencing issues, check out the below solutions.Google Calendar update: We expect to resolve the service issue impacting a majority of users of Google Calendar today at 10:40am PT.Sorry for the disruption and thanks for sticking with us.As a large majority of the world uses Gmail, it should come as no surprise that Google Calendar is one of the most popular calendar services.This closes apps running in the background, among other things, which might be causing the issues you’re having.
The auction of a pistol said to have been used by the painter Vincent van Gogh to shoot himself has reignited a debate about who actually pulled the trigger: Did Van Gogh commit suicide, or was he shot by someone else?The gun will be auctioned in France on Wednesday (June 19), where it's expected to sell for more than $50,000.For years, most Van Gogh experts have accepted the explanation that he shot himself in the chest with a pistol in a suicide in July 1890.[30 of the World's Most Valuable Treasures That Are Still Missing]Such a gun was found more than 70 years later, in a field near the French farming village of Auvers-sur-Oise where Van Gogh died, and it has widely been accepted as the weapon he used to shoot himself.In the years since his death, the Dutch expressionist painter, who cut off his left ear in a dispute with the painter Paul Gauguin has become the archetype of a despairing, suicidal artist overcome by depression.
As far as Father's Day gifts go, Google's Doodle tribute to dads is no neck tie, but it fits the bill -- so to speak.On the day dozens of countries around the world celebrate one of the figures in our lives who traditionally prepare us for life outside the nest, Google has given us a dutiful duck dad Doodle.The animated Doodle gives us a glimpse of just some of the daily parenting responsibilities, including educating his young charges, lifting us up and generally keeping his ducks in a row.The celebration of fatherhood traces its roots back to 14th century Europe, but the first observance in the US wasn't held until the early 20th century, as a compliment to Mother's Day.Inaugurated the same year that we established an official day to celebrate moms, the first Father's Day in the US was held in West Virginia in 1908.For almost as long as Google has been around, it's livened up its barebones search page with artwork that draws attention to notable people, events, holidays and anniversaries.
the Voice, to learn more about our faces.the MIT artificial intelligence managed to reproduce the gross features of a number of individuals on the basis of their number.we have probably All imagined how the person behind the voice looks like, and then realise the error of our guess was, as we have seen in his face.Now, MIT has proven that the artificial intelligence is much better to be up to the task.the Researchers have developed a system of Speech2Face.Neuronnätet have been using the machine learning trained on millions of Youtube videos with more than 100, 000 people who are talking.
Chatbot platform Yellow Messenger said it has raised US$4 million in a series A funding round from venture capital firm Lightspeed Venture Partners and other angel investors.The company expects to use proceeds from the round to expand its teams in emerging markets such as Asia and the Middle East.It currently has offices in Kuala Lumpur and Bangalore.McKinsey & Co. senior partner Anand Swaminathan, former Linkedin India managing director Nishant Rao, Zephyr Ventures partner Monisha Varadan, and Google general manager for Asia Pacific innovation Alap Bharadwaj were among the angel investors who participated in the round.Founded in 2016, Yellow Messenger was incubated at Microsoft Accelerator and SAP Startup Studio.The company’s natural language processing technology understands more than 130 languages, including Hindi, Bahasa, Mandarin, and Arabic.
My fear isn't so much for my own well-being, but more so that I don't want to do anything to hurt the $172,000 car with the crew and team owner/driver Todd Lamb watching from pit lane.But also because it's far from your $35,700 Civic Type R street car.Beginning on the outside, you'll notice the aero-optimized composite body work, an adjustable front splitter, giant rear wing and 18-inch OZ wheels.Inside, this Civic is all business, with a full chromoly roll cage, digital gauge cluster with data logger, quick-release multi-function steering wheel, tunnel switch panel, racing seat and pedal box, and fire extinguisher system.The TCR's suspension is also upgraded for serious track work with Öhlins dampers, heavy-duty front wishbone ball joints, massaged electric power steering, an adjustable rear antiroll bar and a beefier AP Racing brake setup.Under the hood, the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder is a version of the one you'll find in the road-going Civic Type R, though output jumps from 306 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque to approximately 340 hp and 310 lb-ft.
Startup accelerator Techsumption Ventures announced the six deep tech startups that were victorious during the Singapore leg of its pitch competition.The winning startups – all Singapore-based – include:NDR Medical, a robotics healthtech startup looking to automate lesion targetingOsteopore International, a medical device manufacturer focused on empowering natural tissue regenerationVRcollab, a startup that enables architects, engineers, planners, and consultants to collaborate on projects through virtual realityMDE solutions, a marine intelligence ecosystem-focused startup
After several years of hype and speculation about 5G networks, carriers are slowly starting to roll out the new service.Now that a handful of 5G-compatible phones are available for purchase, we wanted to know if you were planning to upgrade to access the faster network.Will you upgrade your phone just to get one with 5G?According to the majority of the over 24 thousand people who voted in this week’s poll on the site and YouTube, 5G networks aren’t ready yet.As many commentators stated, 5G service is currently only available in hyper-specific areas within a handful of cities.If we use 4G and LTE as an example, it has been nearly a decade since carriers started rolling out the service.
Small laptops are great for portability, but if you want a premium gaming notebook experience, you need to opt for something a little larger.Although that may come down to your particular preferences, with a focus on specific features and specifications, we feel confident we can sort out the debate of the Razer Blade Pro versus the MSI GS75 Stealth.The Razer Blade Pro is the first refresh of Razer’s 17-inch gaming laptop in a couple of years and this brings it in line with some of the more incremental updates that Razer has made to its more mainstream gaming laptops.It moves the touchpad back into the center and increases its size to the same large layout seen in other Razer gaming laptops.Its all-aluminum chassis feels strong and well built, and we particularly liked the new vapor chamber cooling with additional vents near the hinge to make for a less-toasty laptop gaming experience.It ditches the lights and frills of some gaming laptop designs and focuses on an understated, classy look with gold accents that we think give it a nice note of sophistication compared to the flashy competition.
Femtech is having a banner year, largely as a result of a massive uptick in venture capital financings for women’s fertility businesses.Legacy, a male fertility startup that won TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield competition at Disrupt Berlin 2018, is today announcing a $1.5 million seed round led by Bain Capital Ventures.The news follows an announcement from Dadi, a sperm storage business that closed on $2 million in capital commitments from London-based seed fund firstminute capital and New York-based Third Kind Venture Capital four months ago.Founder and chief executive officer Khaleed Kteily tells TechCrunch that Legacy, which is based out of the Harvard Innovation Labs in Boston, will use the capital to expand its sperm analysis, improvement and cryogenic storage services.Once the sample is mailed back to Legacy, the company tests the sperm collection’s mobility and morphology (the size and shape of the sperm), to identify the highest quality sperm to freeze.Legacy also sends men a sperm report, with an overall assessment of sperm health and lifestyle recommendations included.
The simulation proves theoretical predictions about the nature of accretion disks -- the matter that orbits and eventually falls into a black hole -- that have never before been seen.Among the findings, the team of computational astrophysicists from Northwestern University, the University of Amsterdam and the University of Oxford found that the inner-most region of an accretion disk aligns with its black hole's equator.This discovery solves a longstanding mystery, originally presented by Nobel Prize-winning physicist John Bardeen and astrophysicist Jacobus Petterson in 1975.After a decades-long, global race to find the so-called Bardeen-Petterson effect, the team's simulation found that, whereas the outer region of an accretion disk remains tilted, the disk's inner region aligns with the black hole.The team solved the mystery by thinning the accretion disk to an unprecedented degree and including the magnetized turbulence that causes the disk to accrete."This groundbreaking discovery of Bardeen-Petterson alignment brings closure to a problem that has haunted the astrophysics community for more than four decades," said Northwestern's Alexander Tchekhovskoy, who co-led the research.
Det azeriska flygbolaget Azal planerar att skjuta upp en order på tio Boeing 737 Max|8-plan värd en miljard dollar, vilket motsvarar cirka 9,5 miljarder kronor.En talesperson för företaget hänvisar till säkerhetsskäl och syftar på de två dödliga olyckor där Boeingplan av modellen 737 Max|8 varit involverade.Enligt avtalet skulle de beställda flygplanen ha levererats över en treårsperiod med start i år.En rad länder har infört flygförbud för modellen efter kraschen i Etiopien i mars som kostade 157 människor livet.Rättad: I en tidigare version angavs felaktigt att Azal avbryter ordern.
Video game developer Ludia announced today that Warriors of Waterdeep is now available on the Google Play Store.Based on the Dungeons and Dragons franchise, Warriors of Waterdeep is a free-to-play turn-based RPG that lets you assemble a team of four heroes.The game offers eight characters from eight classes and player races.The game’s Explore Mode features a story that’s mainly about helping Laeral Silverhand, the Open Lord of Waterdeep and one of the Seven Sisters.Yawning Portal Inn proprietor Durnan handles the in-game shop, while Mirt the Moneylender runs card-trading.You can use cards to upgrade your characters, which you can get either in purchased card packs or attained by completing story chapters and bosses.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of OpenVPN support in Azure point-to-site VPN gateways, used to enable client PCs and devices to connect to an Azure network via a secure tunnel.OpenVPN is an open-source VPN protocol which uses the OpenSSL encryption libraries.It is available for major operating systems like Windows, macOS, Linux and Android, as well as many router OSes including DD-WRT.The addition of OpenVPN support makes it easy to set up VPN access to Azure virtual networks from almost any client.An annoyance for small-scale or test systems is that OpenVPN is not supported in Azure's Basic Gateway SKU.VpnGW1 (£0.1417 per hour) costs nearly five times more than Basic (£0.03 per hour).
Commuters in quite a few cities around the world — such as London and Japan — have already had the ability to tap and pay with a smartphone or contactless card to access public transit for years.Well, tap and pay for transit is finally coming to New York City, though it’s a bit limited at the moment.It allows commuters to use near-field communication (NFC) in contactless credit, debit, reloadable prepaid cards, or a smartphone or wearable to board public transit.That’s a pretty limited rollout, especially when you consider the size of New York’s metro system.Until then, you’ll still be able to use the existing MetroCard system to pay for transit, which will be available until 2023.The OMNY system works with most digital wallets, including Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay, and Fitbit Pay.
The AI assistant will soon also respond to the voice command “Alexa, delete what I just said” to get rid of individual recordings in the U.S., a spokesperson told VentureBeat in an email.The ability to quickly get rid of recordings is likely attractive to people concerned with Amazon’s privacy protections.Last year, a woman reported that Alexa recorded a conversation with her husband and then sent it to her husband’s employee, an event that attracted questions from the U.S. Senate.An Alexa user in Germany in December 2018 said they were given access to more than 1,000 voice recordings from another user.An Amazon spokesperson told VentureBeat the feature was added as part of Amazon’s commitment to privacy, but the news comes a day after the Anti-Eavesdropping Act (AB 1395) passed the California State Assembly, a law that will require the makers of ambient listening devices like Amazon Echo and Google Home speakers to receive consent before recording voices.Illinois lawmakers nearly passed a law last month to make obtaining voice recordings without consent illegal.
– Nothing is more global and integrated than the telecom industry.In essence, the US's accusations against Huawei of telekomjätten used by the chinese government for spying.A handful of other western countries hung initially on and boycott some time ago, Huawei from building new telecoms networks, 5G.the US screwed it up the temperature further with a blacklisting of Huawei - something that quickly produced results, and scared kind on the entire industry.But the stakes are high, too high, judge Bengt Nordström, ceo and founder of telekomkonsultbolaget Northstream. "I don't think we end up in a situation where Huawei will disappear from the market," says Bengt Nordström.
It came not from a petri dish, a beaker or an astronomical observatory, but from the vacuum tubes and diodes of a Royal McBee LGP-30.When visualized in a certain way, they seemed to prowl around a shape called a strange attractor.Scientists soon encountered other unpredictable natural systems that looked random even though they weren’t: the rings of Saturn, blooms of marine algae, Earth’s magnetic field, the number of salmon in a fishery.In the paper’s acknowledgments, Lorenz had written, “Special thanks are due to Miss Ellen Fetter for handling the many numerical computations.”“Jesus … who is Ellen Fetter?” Rothman recalls thinking at the time.She recalls being out at a party at three or four a.m., realizing that the LGP-30 wasn’t set to produce results by the next morning, and rushing over with a few friends to start it up.
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