Det smarta låsbolaget Glue fyller på kassan med 50 miljoner kronor, enligt handlingar Di Digital har tagit del av.Befintliga ägare som H:s vd Karl-Johan Persson är också med i finansieringsrundan, som värderar Glue till 258 miljoner kronor (med de nya pengarna inräknade).”Vi står inför flera spännande saker”, säger Glues vd Carl Johan Grandinson.Glues smarta lås har använts av exempelvis vårdhem och privatpersoner.Bolaget grundades redan 2014 men har hittills haft svårt att få igång försäljningen.Under 2017, det senast rapporterade räkenskapsåret, omsatte Glue 3,5 miljoner kronor med 22 miljoner kronor i förluster.
Today, its founders are back with their second act: An AI-enabled assistant called Navigator meant to help teams work and communicate more efficiently.With the support of $12 million in Series A funding from CRV, Angels, Designer Fund, SV Angel, Dropbox’s Drew Houston and other angel investors, Aspen, the San Francisco and Seattle-based startup behind Navigator, has quietly been beta testing its tool within 50 organizations across the U.S.“We’ve had teams and research institutes and churches and academic institutions, places that aren’t businesses at all in addition to smaller startups and large four-figure-person organizations using it,” Mailbox and Navigator co-founder and chief executive officer Gentry Underwood tells TechCrunch.It launched in 2013, as mentioned, to quick success.At the time, Apple’s App Store was much newer and there were few available options for mobile email, especially ones that prioritized design and efficiency, as Mailbox did.“There were still a lot of opportunities for improvements for how email was being used on these tiny little devices.”
Oculus has firmly established itself as one of the VR industry’s most visionary companies, and its annual Connect conferences are typically one of two times each year when its biggest new initiatives are revealed.Today, the Facebook subsidiary announced that Oculus Connect 6 will be held on September 25 and 26 in San Jose, and it’s hinting at something big — maybe.The event will take place at San Jose’s McEnery Convention Center, almost certainly opening with a keynote on day one — and if history is any guide, following up with a technical keynote on day two.Oculus says that it’s inviting developers to “join us to begin a new chapter of virtual and augmented reality,” which sounds pretty exciting and could signal anything from a major new hardware reveal to some substantial new software or services.It could also be little more than a pep talk to developers.Alongside the “new chapter” message, the company also notes that Connect is “our moment to think bigger, build smarter, and realize the true potential of what we’ve created together.” In other words, with Oculus Quest and Rift S now in the marketplace, and no major update to Oculus Go likely to hit this year, the company could spend Connect 6 showing off improved developer tools, a rival to Viveport Infinity, or a bigger connective hub for Oculus experiences.
PARIS (AP) — A revolver believed used by Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh to kill himself has sold for about $146,000 at an auction in Paris.An individual buyer whose name was not released bought the 7mm pocket revolver for 130,000 euros plus taxes on Wednesday.The weapon was discovered in the 1960s in fields in the northern French village of Auvers-sur-Oise.Van Gogh is widely believed to have shot himself in the chest there in 1890.The family of former owners of the inn where the painter died two days later decided to sell the revolver after it was featured in a 2016 exhibit at Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum that charted his descent into mental illness.Van Gogh’s suicide was questioned in a book by Pulitzer Prize-winning authors who concluded he was fatally shot by two teenagers.
New Rochelle, NY, June 14, 2019--A therapeutic gene delivered into the spinal canal of infant rhesus monkeys was still being expressed after nearly 4 years, with no evidence of acute or chronic neuronal toxicity, according to a new study published in Human Gene Therapy, a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers.Click here to read the full-text article free on the Human Gene Therapy website through July 14, 2019.The article entitled "Safe and Sustained Expression of Human Iduronidase After In-trathecal Administration of Adeno-Associated Virus Serotype 9 in Infant Rhesus Mon-keys" was coauthored by James M. Wilson, MD, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Pe-relman School of Medicine (Philadelphia) and a team of researchers from the Universi-ty of Pennsylvania, University of West Indies (Kingston, Jamaica), and University of California, Davis School of Medicine and California National Primate Research Center.Dr. Wilson's group used intrathecal injection to deliver adeno-associated virus 9 (AAV9) vectors carrying the gene for the alpha-I-iduronidase (IDUA) enzyme.Based on the safety and long-term potency of AAV9-IDUA delivery via the cere-berospinal fluid demonstrated in this study in newborn monkeys, the authors conclude that the clinical development of this method of gene therapy should be pursued for ear-ly-onset severe forms of neuropathic storage diseases such as MPS I."The problem of physical delivery of AAV vectors to the appropriate cells remains a significant technical hurdle in gene therapy for disorders affecting the central nervous system," says Editor-in-Chief Terence R. Flotte, MD, Celia and Isaac Haidak Professor of Medical Education and Dean, Provost, and Executive Deputy Chancellor, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA.
Ever since Amazon introduced its “Amazon’s Choice” label in 2015 to recommend certain products, a skeptical world has been trying to find out what the badge actually means — because some items that are “Amazon’s Choice” really shouldn’t be.Even if a product has the badge and seems to have a high star score, you still might wind up with a stinker that you’d have been warned against if you’d just done your homework, BuzzFeed reports today.Some examples: a $23 breathalyzer that obviously stole positive reviews from entirely different products, and a $20 infant thermometer that Amazon’s own user review highlighting tool flags as a “waste of money”.So far, no journalist seems to have gotten a straight answer from Amazon about whether the “Amazon’s Choice” badge is something a real human ever looks at or just a human-developed algorithm.CNET and Wired each took a stab in recent years and didn’t get much further than The Wall Street Journal did in 2015.On Amazon’s site, the official description is this:
Principle Technology Manager Meik Kottkamp provides an overview of the status of 5G, highlights new test requirements that its emergence brings and how Rohde & Schwarz is addressing them.In particular, Meik describes new capabilities from Rohde & Schwarz for device testing and measuring end user Quality of Experience using commercially available 5G NR smartphones.
The University of Nottingham is leading a €2m High Performance Computing (HPC) project to optimise the sustainable exploitation of wind power in both the European and Brazilian energy markets.The two-year project will involve 12 partners from across Europe and Brazil with a proven track record of HPC hardware, wind energy, numerical methods, software development and industrial applications.Annual energy production by wind turbines reached around 10.4 per cent in the EU by the end of 2016.Brazil, meanwhile, has the ninth largest wind capacity in the world and is experiencing more than 10 per cent annual growth with nearly 500 wind farms already deployed.HPC has been a must for each of these activities and is also essential to the supply change of wind energy, as well as other related industries, such as power systems, energy storage, etc."Wind as a clean and renewable alternative to fossil fuels has become an increasingly important contributor to the energy portfolio of both Europe and Brazil.
Netflix's Stranger Things will be coming to Fortnite in some manner later this year.Eagle-eyed fans may have already noticed an Easter egg in Fortnite a few weeks ago, which showed the Scoops Ahoy ice-cream shop that Stranger Things where character Steve Harrington works in the coming third season."There's a bit more behind that in a few weeks," Chris Lee, director of interactive games at Netflix, said at a panel at the E3 gaming conference Wednesday, confirming there would be more Stranger Things to come to Fortnite, without specifying any further.The third season of retro sci-fi TV series will premiere on July 4.In addition to Fortnite, Netflix is extending characters and worlds of its original productions into existing games from other partners like Roblox, Ubisoft and Behaviour Interactive later this year too.At E3 Wednesday, Netflix also announced that a new Stranger Things mobile game is planned for release next year.
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Zendesk debuted Answer Bot, a conversational addition to the company’s Guide Enterprise knowledgebase product, in August 2017, following a months-long pilot involving select customers.At the time, the company said that the chatbot taps an AI model trained on over 12 million support ticket interactions to respond to questions about specs, order status, and subscription changes with articles from personalized libraries, and that it learns to associate relevant content over time with queries to cut down on call center workloads.Answer Bot was limited at launch to select channels, but that’s changing.Today at its annual Showcase London conference, Zendesk announced the expansion of Answer Bot to web and mobile platforms, alongside new Guide Enterprise features.“Customers today demand fast responses in a context that suits them, and AI can be used to help companies be more timely and accurate when engaging with customers,” said Zendesk president of products Adrian McDermott.“With Answer Bot, we’re putting an end to laborious processes to resolve simple questions.”
You can remap the Bixby button on a Samsung Galaxy S10 so that Bixby starts with either a single or a double press.You can also assign any app to run from the button as well — if Bixby is set to a single-press, you can start an app with a double-press.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.The Samsung Galaxy S10 includes a dedicated button to launch Bixby, the personal assistant that's somewhat similar to Google Assistant.The good news is that you can reconfigure the button to do other things.If you prefer, you can make the app of your choice launch via the single press, and relegate Bixby to a double press.
One week on and the industry continues to think about the armada of announcements Apple launched at WWDC last week – but how did the public react to some of the big highlights of what it was saying?I contacted SEMRush to get some kind of idea.We can’t really tell how everyone felt concerning Apple’s announcements during the event, but we can gather a little insight by considering how search traffic around certain keywords changed during the Apple announcement.We monitored activity around the following words, which were chosen in advance of the show:The words chosen reflect the inexact nature of such science, but it was felt they’d provide some kind of insight.SEMRush monitored search activity on these words for five days before the event and during the event itself.
Security researchers have uncovered a knock-off cryptocurrency trading website designed to steal the funds of unwitting victims.Cybercriminals have created a website that imitates the Cryptohopper cryptocurrency trading platform to distribute malware that could steal personal information, hijack your clipboard, and crypto-jack your system, Bleeping Computer reports.When users visit the imitation Cryptohopper website, their system will automatically download and execute a file simply called Setup.exe.While on the surface it might appear legitimate, it’s actually a Trojan.On execution, the Trojan installs two further viruses: one acts as a cryptocurrency miner, and the other, as a clipboard hijacker.This kind of attack helps hackers earn digital coins from the mining, whilst also potentially stealing passwords, addresses, usernames, and other sensitive information that people might copy to their clipboard.
PFAS är ett globalt problem, och i USA har delstaten New Hampshire nu stämt åtta av de företag som ligger bakom produkterna, bland andra 3M och DuPont.Under våren släppte Nordiska ministerrådets sin rapport "The cost of inaction".Enligt rådets beräkningar kommer PFAS-saneringen i de nordiska länderna att kosta mellan 480 miljoner och 115 miljarder kronor.Men nu ska Luleå tekniska universitet kombinera de mest lovande teknikerna för efterbehandling som beskrivs i forskningen, och skala upp dem till en billig metod som kan tillämpas direkt där problemen finns.– Det finns ett batteri av metoder som har visat sig vara effektiva – men de har inte tillämpats i full skala.Vi kan använda kemikalier för att skapa fria radikaler, som hjälper till med oxidationen.
The Redmi Note 7 Pro has an impressive price/performance ratio, bringing a big battery, 48MP main camera, and plenty more to the table.Xiaomi’s sub-brand isn’t content to just leave it in the lurch, as we’ve now got a new stable update.This new update (V10.3.5.0.PFHINXM) brings a variety of fixes to the table, but it also adds new AI camera modes and the April 2019 security patch.You can check out the release notes below.Fix: Camera force closed when the app was closed and opened again in the Video modeNew: New modes for AI camera
On the eve of the Detroit Grand Prix, Cadillac has brought not one, but two new V-Series performance sedans to the Motor City.While the CT5 was first introduced to the world at the New York Auto Show, this is the first time anyone has seen Cadillac's smaller sedan.If you're wondering what was going to fill the shoes of the dearly departing ATS and CTS, respectively, here they are.The CT5-V relies on a twin-turbocharged, 3.0-liter V6 putting out 355 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque.It comes mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission, and both rear- and all-wheel drive are available.Since a little efficiency never hurts, the engine also has Active Fuel Management, GM's fancy term for cylinder deactivation.
After visiting Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge several months ago to report on how it was built, I came back on the eve of it opening to the public to try out its first marquee attraction: flying the Millennium Falcon.This ride is for everyone who dreamed of piloting the Falcon more than they dreamed about holding a lightsaber.This ride is for every person that rode Star Tours shuttle and gripped the slightly up-turned handles wishing hard that they could fly it.It’s clever, incredibly well art-directed and absolutely smoothly operational.The ride offers a thrilling group experience that will foster shouting and interaction in the cockpit just as we’ve seen in the movies.As you go through the line you are presented with multiple views of the falcon itself, making utilization of the 100 foot ship.
Deep-sleep state sips less juice, but active state slurps moreIntel has added two more PCIe lanes to speed up its Optane memory disk drive caching device and tweaked power handling for a lower deep-sleep power draw.Back in January 2017, Intel released 16 and 32GB Optane Memory products in an M.2 card format, which were meant to cache disk drives using its Rapid Storage Technology (RST).These became the Optane Memory M10 devices, which had two PCIe gen 3 lanes.Now Intel has confirmed an M15 version, in the same M.2 format, with four instead of two PCIe lanes and sundry tweaks.Capacities are 16, 32 and 64GB, and the M10 is now available in 64GB too.
Telecoms.com periodically invites third parties to share their views on the industry’s most pressing issues.In this article Engineer Gerado Mantilla and Lawyer Patricia Falconí Castillo offer a deep dive into the topic of licensing renewal.Recently, the Inter-American Association of Telecommunications Companies (“ASIET” in Spanish), public a document called “Telecommunications: a strategic ally for Latin America development”, where it made important contributions to telecommunications regulation policy, in special, regarding authorizations issue on spectrum use.Now, it is worth analyzing these aspects since its genesis, taking much more relevance when considering telecommunications markets openings, especially in Latin America, where in many cases some spectrum licensing for use and telecommunications exploitation have already been renewed.From these licensing renewals, it has been possible to observe a lack of clear rules and tangible or measurable elements that allow an objective identification of causes that will be evaluated by NRA to make decision to renew or not.Knowing what licensing are and assuming that, one fundamental pillars for telecommunications development are investments that companies make it, not only at infrastructure level, but also when it participate on radio spectrum assignments; licensing granted must take care of legal security application principle, which “is nothing other than the possibility that the State must give us through the right to foresee the effects and consequences of our actions or the conclusion of contracts to perform them in the terms prescribed in the norm, so that they have the effects that we want or to take the updated measures to avoid the effects that we do not want, and that could take place according to the law”