Many people remain diligent about protecting their health during the week, making sure to exercise daily and eat healthy foods, only to spend the weekend relaxing and eating what they crave.That can be risky, according to a new study, if the indulgences include eating a bunch of sugar-filled junk foods.Researchers with the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry found that it only takes a couple of days of binging on sugar to potentially trigger severe inflammatory bowel disease symptoms.Inflammatory bowel disease, more commonly called IBD, generally refers to one of two diseases: Ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, both of which involve inflammation in the digestive tract.Both conditions are difficult to manage and can be severe, disrupting one’s life and potentially causing long-term health issues.Diet is believed to play a major role in the severity of the diseases, though diet modification has better results for some people than others.
Accessory maker TwelveSouth has a solid lineup of gadgets, many of which fill a niche that their products uniquely address — and address remarkably well.The AirFly Pro ($54.99) is a new iteration on one of those, providing a way to connect Bluetooth headphones to any audio source with a 3.5mm headphone jack.It’s being sold at Apple Stores, too, as part of its launch today — and there’s good reason for that: This is the ideal way to make sure you can use your AirPods Pro just about everywhere, including with airplane seatback entertainment systems.The AirFly Pro will work with any Bluetooth headphones, not just AirPods Pro — but the latest noise-canceling earbuds from Apple are among the best available when it comes to both active noise cancellation and sound quality, both great assets for frequent travelers and people more likely to encounter an in-flight entertainment system.But the AirFly Pro has additional tricks up its sleeve that earn it the “Pro” designation.This is the first version of the product from TwelveSouth that offers the ability to stream audio in, as well as out.
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The reason we all have such passionate opinions about reboots is that for every critical and financial flop like Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four or Alex Kurtzman’s The Mummy, there are extremely-okay movies like Matthew Vaughn’s X-Men: First Class and Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ Kong: Skull Island that made impressive amounts of money and kicked off new eras for their studios’ respective franchises.But over the past decade, there have been instances where even franchises that were “successfully” rebooted only really led to a quick recycling of the same old tale before the studio decided to do the whole shebang over again simply because it could.A remake is exactly what it sounds like: a recreation of an older film that more or less cleaves to the narrative beats of the source material.Unlike remakes, reboots have the unenviable task of having to take stories that most of us are already familiar enough with and bringing something new to the property that justifies its existence.Marcus Nispel’s Conan the Barbarian, like Joe Carnahan’s A-Team, failed to make much of an impact in large part because even though both of those properties have established fanbases, neither of their stories managed to capture audiences’ imaginations or made them feel as if the movies were doing the source material justice.With cases like Spider-Man, the reasoning behind the repeated attempts at breathing new life in the property is clear: people love Peter Parker.
Today Apple Arcade reached its first major milestone with a total of 100 playable game titles.Some are the sort you might never have seen if you’d not acquired an Apple Arcade subscription in the first place – imagine that!As noted by Engadget, this addition of 6 games brings the total games available on Apple Arcade up to 100.If you open your App Store on an iOS device, you’ll find an Arcade tab.Tap Arcade, scroll to the bottom, and find “See All Games” to see the full list, starting with the newest games we’ve got right here!• Marble It Up: Mayhem
Tobacco is warming and new alcohols are forming, but first, a cartoon about the dangers of self-diagnosis.Here's the news you need to know, in two minutes or less.Want to receive this two-minute roundup as an email every weekday?A new smoking gadget says its safe.The Iqos warms—instead of burning—the tobacco.By mixing it with other solvents, it creates a more pure form of nicotine that avoids the tar that contributes to lung disease.
It was a few weeks before the 2016 election, and I was putting together a report on the future of online political discourse.We had canvassed thousands of the world's leading experts in technology and culture, and had begun the long task of interpreting the more than 700 responses to the final question in our survey:In the next decade, will public discourse online become more or less shaped by bad actors, harassment, trolls, and an overall tone of griping, distrust, and disgust?Despite having studied this space for years, I read agape.It wasn't that the predictions for the coming decade were, as I'd expected, pessimistic.It was their excruciatingly candid, matter-of-fact dystopianism that left the impression.
the Volvo Buses and the transport company Transdev has signed an agreement for closer to 160, the electric buses.the Deal was unveiled at a press conference on Tuesday, reports Göteborgs-Posten.Transdev has won the summer the contract to run the Västtrafik's buses in Göteborg, Mölndal and Partille _ a tioårsavtal is worth approximately eight billion dollars.this was announced by the company to be approximately 160 new electric buses will be set up on a Västtrafik line.Now, it is clear that the 157 electric Volvobussar going to be put into operation next year.According to Volvo, the deal is the largest in Europe of its kind.
Singapore-based multicurrency travel e-wallet YouTrip has officially launched in Thailand through a partnership with local bank Kasikornbank.As part of the partnership, Kasikornbank’s 11.6 million online customers can now register for YouTrip through the K Plus app, according to a statement.The YouTrip app is also available for download in Thailand starting today.Users in Thailand will also enjoy zero transaction fees across over 150 currencies when traveling internationally through the network of payments giant Mastercard.They will also be able to lock down and secure their preferred rate through an in-app exchange rate feature for 10 popular currencies, with no daily limit on how much money can be exchanged.The fintech startup’s operations in the country will be headed by Juthasree Kuvinichkul, a founding partner at YouTrip Thailand.
Google employees on Monday called on company management to take action against climate change.More than 1,000 workers signed an open letter to Ruth Porat, Google's chief financial officer, demanding the search giant to release a plan addressing carbon emissions and political lobbying.Specifically, the letter demands a commitment from Google to zero emissions by 2030, as well as no contracts that "enable or accelerate the extraction of fossil fuels."The employees also called on the company to ban funding to climate-denying or climate-delaying think tanks, lobbyists or politicians.Additionally, they want the company to vow not to collaborate with groups that harm refugees or other groups affected on the "frontline" of climate change."Google is a global company with billions of users across the world, many of whom are already bearing the brunt of climate disaster," the letter says.
The UK is responsible for 2.5 billion of the disposable cups that get sent to landfill every year, not to mention all the single-serve pods from coffee machines.To help reduce that number, here are some of the ways you can enjoy your favourite brew in a sustainable way.HuffPost is part of Verizon Media.Verizon Media and our partners need your consent to access your device and use your data (including location) to understand your interests, and provide and measure personalised ads.Verizon Media will also provide you with personalised ads on partner products.Select 'OK' to continue and allow Verizon Media and our partners to use your data, or select 'Manage options' to view your choices.
The entry-level smartphones have changed their face.Now they look like the flagship models and sport quite decent specs list.Also, when talking about the low-end and mid-range smartphones, we just can’t ignore the Redmi series.And though a few other brands are making a tough competition to it, this company is still considered to be a synonym to the cost-effectiveness.A new model from this brand will be uncovered soon.Recently, it has passed Taiwan’s NCC certification.
Blizzard officially announced Overwatch 2 today during the BlizzCon 2019 opening ceremony, confirming earlier rumors that the sequel would be making big changes to the original game’s formula.In the announcement cinematic, Winston, Mei, and Tracer are sent to Paris to defend its citizens following a surprise attack by a group of Omnics and are soon joined by several other members of the original Overwatch team.After an enormous Transformers-like Omnic joins the fight and begins devastating the team, they quickly work together and combine abilities to defeat it with a bomb and Genji sword combo attack.Overwatch 2 features a player-versus-environment option split into two different categories.Story missions will be traditional campaign content, while Hero missions will be replayable cooperative experiences designed with a similar goal as the Adventure mode in Diablo III.You will be able to keep playing them to enhance your character, though it will likely not affect their performance in player-versus-player battles.
Deligate to develop, market and sell solutions for the reduction in food waste.With a digital indicator ensures that the food is taken care of before it is past its best-before date.the Company has been in business since the year 2016.the co-Founders, Adam Wagner, Luke Wallströmer and of his Chahin has previous experience in the grossistbranschen, and that's how they came up with the idea for the startup.today, the company has more than 300 stores, customers in the united states, Sweden, Denmark, and Norway.Deligate offer three main services, two of the apps that it checks the date, and the statistics of the goods, but it is also a natural prislappsmaskin.
Fellowes menar att sättet vi jobbar på vid våra skrivbord kommer att göra oss sjuka.Framtida kontorsarbetaren Emma är här för att göra det tydligt för oss.Röda ögon, en död blick, blek hy och extremt kutig rygg.Personen framför dig är Emma, och kan vara din framtida kollega på kontoret.Det kan låta hårt, men det är så den människostora dockan Emma är konstruerad.Bakom dockan ligger ergonomiska kontorsmöbelförsäljaren Fellowes, som beställt rapporten ”The Work Colleague of The Future” (pdf) skriven av beteendevetaren William Higham.
Microsoft is rolling out an all-new version of its project management software known as Microsoft Project as the company sets out to better equip teams to “collaborate on projects more efficiently.”Microsoft Project doesn’t garner the same attention as the myriad other business-focused tools in the Microsoft Office family of products, but it was actually one of the first apps available when Windows launched back in the 1980s.Much has changed over the years, of course, and the cloud now plays a pivotal part in Project’s appeal, with every member of a team able to have the same view of a project at the same time.Last September, Microsoft announced plans for a new version of Microsoft Project, and in the intervening months it has rolled out iterations of the various features, though they may not have been visible for everyone.From this month, however, the features are being pushed into general availability, meaning the new Microsoft Project will soon be live for everyone around the world.The broader Project interface has also been redesigned to make it easier to create new tasks, add new members, and switch between grids, boards, and timeline charts.
Svensk industri investerar cirka 55 miljarder i underhåll för att säkerställa att driftsäkerheten upprätthålls.I och med att industrin blir allt mer digitaliserad och uppkopplad så finns det i nuläget en mängd lösningar för smart produktion och smart underhåll.Företag som satsar på rätt utrustning och rätt kompetens har stora möjligheter att öka lönsamheten genom att sätta in underhåll där det behövs som bäst och framförallt när det behövs.- Underhåll måste ses som en investering som skapar värde i form av ökad lönsamhet, produktivitet, kvalitet och hållbarhet.Underhållet är inte längre en avdelning utan en funktion som ska genomsyra hela verksamheten, säger Torsten Ekström, VD Svenskt Underhåll AB.Jämför man till exempel gruvnäringen med fordons- eller pappersindustrin så finns det ofta liknande utmaningar och ett stort behov av erfarenhetsutbyte.
Microsoft and Amazon had been competing for this key Pentagon contract for over a year.An Amazon Web Services spokesperson says the company is "surprised about this conclusion."This deal, called the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract, is a 10-year contract to help the Department of Defense move its sensitive data to the cloud.Companies like IBM and Oracle also competed for the contract since the bidding process opened up in July.Trump had demanded more information about JEDI after hearing about complaints on the bidding process, and he promised to look into the deal after receiving letters on the matter from lawmakers, including Sen. Marco Rubio.In August, the deal award was delayed for furthe review, reportedly because the White House was concerned that Amazon would win.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology may have developed a new weapon in the fight against climate change.Researchers have created a new system for removing carbon dioxide from a stream of air that can work at almost any concentration level, from power plant emissions to open air, according to MIT News.In addition, MIT said the new system requires less energy and money to operate.The device at the heart of the system is like a large battery that absorbs carbon dioxide from the air and passes over its electrodes as it's being charged up.The battery then releases the gas when it's discharged.The system's inner workings are detailed further by the researchers -- MIT postdoc Sahag Voskian and T. Alan Hatton, the Ralph Landau Professor of Chemical Engineering -- in a paper called Faradaic Electro-swing Reactive Adsorption for CO2 Capture, published in the journal Energy and Environmental Science.
Facebook announced it’s rolling out a standalone news tab in its mobile app today in an effort to highlight the journalism from hundreds of news publishers—and paying those that take part.Facebook News, as the initiative is called, is debuting to a subset of the company’s U.S. audience.It’s a move that will highlight the work of roughly 200 news outlets, including national outlets like The New York Times and Dow Jones, along with smaller, state-specific papers, like The Chicago Tribune.It’s also a move that signifies the tech giant stepping squarely into the news delivery role that it’s historically shirked in the past.The company’s been caught not only de-emphasizing hard news as a part of its flagship feed, but have also scrimped on revenue and insights publishers could earn through other news-related offerings like Instant Articles, which hoovered news content and revenue directly from publishers’ sites.“Journalism plays a critical role in our democracy,” the company said in a statement announcing the debut.
Bang & Olufsen is well known for combining audio fidelity with luxe, fashion-forward design, and it's latest headphones, the Beoplay H4, are no exception.Now upgraded to include support for voice assistance as well as a more refined look, these wireless headphones contain some truly smart tech beneath their glossy exterior.Read our B Beoplay H4 reviewWhen they were originally launched a couple of years ago, the BeoPlay H4 headphones were the brand’s cheapest over-ear model and, and offered a solid sonic performance (except for some issues with overpowering bass frequencies).For starters, there's a dedicated button that you press and hold to summon your device's voice assistant, whether you use Alexa or Google Assistant.This allows you to ask for your favorite song, get news updates, skip tracks, and more – all through your voice alone.
With so many platforms available to creatives, advertisers are more than ever relying on a competitive metric ecosystem to measure and monetize their audiences.At Adweek’s Convergent TV Summit on Oct. 22 in New York, streaming editor Kelsey Sutton sat down with representatives of Nielsen, Inscape and Dentsu to talk television’s “brave new world.”Jodie McAfee, Inscape’s svp, sales and marketing, predicted that as measurement tools advance, different metrics will evolve to help buyers and sellers.“Nielsen’s never going away,” he said.“But the point is that there are going to be different flavors of currency, because what currency comes down to is a buyer and a seller willing to trade on a particular metric.And so I think what you’re going to end up seeing are, you know, pharma companies may trade on a different flavor of whatever that currency is, financial companies may trade on a different flavor.
Säkerhetsföretaget Arlo har presenterat en ny produkt vid namn Video Doorbell.Som namnet kanske avslöjar så handlar det om en enhet som ersätter din vanliga ringklocka och ger dig diverse användbara videofunktioner.Till skillnad från andra ringklockekameror på marknaden så levererar Arlo Video Doorbell en videoström med 180 graders vidvinkel i 1:1-format i stället för 16:9, vilket ska visa betydligt mer vad som händer framför dörren.Videoinspelningen från kameran ligger på 1536x1536 pixlar och har flådigheter som HDR, nattsyn och 12x digital zoom samt rörelsedetektion med aktivitetszoner.Utöver 1:1-formatet kommer Arlo Video Doorbell med en rad användbara funktioner som att videoström till din telefon så fort någon ringer på dörrklockan samt att du har möjlighet att spela upp förinspelade meddelanden alternativt använda tvåvägskommunikation.Det finns även en inbyggd siren som aktiveras om någon försöker rycka loss enheten från väggen.
Department store chain John Lewis is not the place to buy your consumer-level drone this year, for one rather large reason; it's stopped selling them altogether.The chain says sales of drones have been falling amid buyer confusion about new licensing regimes and boring flight restrictions stopping you doing anything more exciting than buzzing the washing line in the back garden between the hours of 13:00 and 15:50, plus it's a little worried about the rise in anti-social flying, as popularised by the great Gatwick no-fly crisis of late 2018.If someone does succeed in taking out a Dreamliner with one and police discover the receipt for it says "John Lewis" it would be quite the PR disaster for the brand name.A spokesperson the for chain explained all of that in a much more sensible way, saying: "Following the Gatwick drone security breach in December 2018, we made the decision to stop selling drones at John Lewis & Partners this year.Sales were also in decline due to the growing number of restrictions around flying these devices in built-up areas across the country."
Following the announcement of the OnePlus 7T series last week, the handsets have finally gone on sale today.You can pick up the OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro directly from OnePlus, or at a selection of retailers including Amazon UK, and John Lewis and Partners.Both smartphones are also available on a range of tariffs at Three UK.Incidentally, the network is currently experiencing issues including "technical difficulties with voice, text and data," resulting in patchy service.The OnePlus 7T is available in Frosted Silver, and Glacier Blue with 8 GB RAM + 128 GB Storage for £549.The OnePlus 7T Pro is available in Haze Blue with 8 GB RAM + 256 GB Storage for £699.
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and the Mortgage has been since the spring of 2018, the frequently used close to 5 billion kronor to the Swedish bolånekunder.Now bolåneutmanaren gain, Erik Åsbrink, who was chancellor of the exchequer in the years 1996 to 1999.He will be the chairman of the board of the Mortgage fund Management, which manages the company's bolånefonder.the Company is a legal särkopplat of the Mortgage housing loans, which are the ones that give out the mortgages, and to keep the customer service department.it Read: ”to the 700 billion is up for grabs” – bolåneuppstickarna to increase lending by 60 per cent.the Day of the Wardaeus, who is the co-founder of a Mortgage, highlighting the previous finance minister's background as an advantage, particularly when it comes to raise more capital to the funds, that is to say, the money will be lent out to customers.
Unless you spend a lot of time reading about Apple, autumn can be a confusing time.Helpfully, we’ve put together a video that guides you through the new features of the iPhone 11 and its major selling points.But don’t want to use your eyes to stare at moving images?Just want some good old fashioned text?Honestly, this extra lens makes a big difference, especially when taking photos in enclosed spaces or with lots of people.If you’re shooting still scenes outside, the impact it has is magical.
Options beyond the public cloud…Spending £100 million an hour, or £28,000 each second, is an immense responsibility for the public sector.From identifying roads to be upgraded in order to ease congestion, to establishing community programmes designed to reduce crime in problem areas, these decisions must be made based on thorough data analysis.As a result, the public sector has leveraged the flexibility and scalability of public cloud solutions in the last few years to efficiently and reliably manage the processing power needed to crunch the numbers.However, there are certain types of data which are deemed simply too sensitive to be stored in public cloud environments, such as that relating to matters of national security or data which is marked ‘Sensitive’ or ‘Official Sensitive’.It means the data in the public cloud can potentially be subject to several different jurisdictions and regulatory environments too.
“I imagine they were ready to restore from the back-up and clearly they did so rapidly”One of France’s largest privately-owned media groups, M6, has survived an apparent ransomware attack relatively unscathed – managing to keep its TV and radio broadcasts running with no down-time, despite servers being hit.In a post on Twitter the M6 Group said it has been the subject of a ‘malicious computer attack’ that sought to bring its systems down.The attack has widely been reported to be a ransomware attack, although M6 has not confirmed this.M6 praised the “quick and efficient intervention of our cybersecurity experts” for its ability to keep operating during the attack.In a further post it says that: “All the Group’s teams are mobilized to restore the proper functioning of all our equipment and IT resources.”