a call of 3000 Swedish kronor, or about 20% of the price for a ”small fee”, I think something is very wrong.Privatkopieringsersättningen means consumers are reluctant to purchase the devices with a higher storage capacity, responds to the Douglas Ahlberg, IT is.Copyswedes managing director, Mattias Åkerlind, referred to in its response to a study in 2018, of which about 48 per cent, have been saved as a song or a podcast, and 28 percent have saved the movie or the tv series.but The study does not take into account any of the songs, podcastsändningar, and any other material that has been saved through the streaming subscription services such as Spotify, Netflix, and many others.There are a lot of technical difference between having her playlist on Spotify to offline mode and copy the music files from one device to the other.Especially when the musiklistorna on the internet are often encrypted in order that they is not going to be able to be disseminated or copied to another device, or even outside of the app.
Welcome to another episode of Jargon, the new show from Digital Trends that deciphers the complex jargon of various industries into words and concepts the rest of us can understand.We’re live each week on Tuesdays with a new set of jargon from a different industry.On this episode, host Myq Kaplan chauffeurs you through the concepts that might confuse you when buying a car.He’s joined by Matt Dundas, associate director of finance at Carvana, to talk about trends in the car industry and the pitfalls that await prospective buyers (Carvana also provides vending machines filled with cars).It’s what the carmaker tells dealerships they ought to sell a particular vehicle for.Rarely is it what you will actually pay, however.
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The only place in the UK where it's legal and encouraged to ride an electric scooter about the place among the normal people has been granted an extension to continuing making it so, with the Bird scheme in London's Olympic Park given permission to extend its self-contained public trial of the powered scooter rental scheme.The Olympic Park says it's allowing the Bird-brand electric scooters to stay until the end of September 2019 now, with the usual caveats about not taking them out of the park or deviating from the prescribed routes in place: and they won't work at all on football days, as you can imagine the utter carnage that might cause.Potential renters even have to have a valid driving licence too, as if they're proper vehicles rather than a fad for the nation's growing army of hormone-fed, man-sized children to enjoy until something stupider comes along.
Three years ago in September 2016, Reliance, an Indian conglomerate with a market cap of some $115 billion, launched a new mobile carrier and broadband network in India called Jio.In its recently released quarterly report, the company said its mobile subscriber base has grown to 331.3 million users across the country.Jio pipped rival Vodafone-Idea whose subscriber base fell to 320 million from 334.1 million this quarter.While Airtel is yet to release its quarterly figures, its subscriber base in May was 320.6 million.Reliance Jio began its services by offering free of cost SIM cards, free voice calls over a 4G network, and dirt cheap data at Rs.As of today, some of its plans offer data at Rs 3.17 (5c) per GB, which is the cheapest in the world.
AT has announced it is expected to launch a nationwide 5G mobile network in the first half of next year.The operator said it has now completed 60% of the 700MHz 4G public safety FirstNet deployment, which is 5G-ready for AT’s low-band spectrum deployment in 2020.Also Read: AT Showed The Fastest 5G Download Speed Of 1.4gbps‘We’re on track for nationwide 5G in the first half of next year,’ said CEO Randall Stephenson on the operator’s second-quarter earnings conference call.At the moment, the carrier has its high-band 39GHz millimeter-wave networks up in 20 markets in the US.However, Randall Stephenson is particularly optimistic about its FirstNet deployment for 5G.
Facebook today released a bunch of machine learning-powered tools to help create maps of the world.The company’s tools, called Map with AI, will help the community-based OpenStreetMap organization to create crowd-sourced maps easily.The social network spent two years in developing these tools, and is now making it available to OpenStreetMap community members.The program’s current marquee tool, called RapidID, lets you identify, add, and edit roads in a pinch.It takes satellite images from commercially available public images from Maxar, a US-based space tech company.Then, its AI model predicts the presence of roads in a given image and shows them on the map with a magenta overlay, along with existing roads with a white overlay.
The Huawei Mate X is set to make its debut this September, but rumour has it that the foldable handset will be shipping with a smaller battery than initially planned.When we saw the device at MWC 2019 earlier this year, it housed a 4,500 mAh battery with 55W supercharging that juiced up the phone to 85 per cent in just 30 minutes.The Mate X was supposed to release last month, but was delayed after Samsung pushed back the launch date of its Galaxy Fold to address the plethora of issues it was riddled with.Now the final spec sheet for the Mate X has apparently leaked and it looks like the battery capacity has been reduced by 100mAh, down to 4,400mAh, which appears to be supported by the 8g difference in weight.The phone now weighs 287g.The Mate X also looks like it'll run Android Pie 9 out of the box.
But a lot of us need better focus on the winners.Did we stick with that theme and go deeper?If we just take our top performing article and make it a video, infographic, guest post, guide, and influencer interview, we’ll see better results than if we just published another article.– Andy Crestodina, co-founder, chief marketing officer, Orbit MediaSeeing 20/20: Quality over quantityBlurry: Doing too much at once
Apple may be only days away from buying Intel’s modem chip business, a new report claims, with the alleged talks taking place only months after Intel announced that it would start winding down its smartphone modem business.The talks are in an ‘advanced’ stage, at least according to sources that leaked the alleged plan.The deal would reportedly cover both the patents portfolio and staff, valuing it at $1 billion or more.In mid-April hours after Apple revealed a new deal with Qualcomm, Intel announced that it was dropping its 5G cellular modem plans, a reversal of its original intention to launch a 5G modem in 2020.Less than two weeks later, a leak surfaced claiming that Intel was looking for a customer to buy its modem chip business.In an update on the matter published today, the Wall Street Journal claimed on behalf of unnamed sources ‘familiar with the matter’ that Apple has been talking with Intel about buying the modem chip business.
Uber is reportedly testing a new monthly subscription that would combine its Uber Eats food delivery service with car, bike and scooters rides.The new deal is being piloted in San Francisco and Chicago, according to TechCrunch.If it becomes available for everyone, the pass will reportedly cost $24.99 a month.Uber didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.Uber is also testing lower-priced passes in other cities.The passes offer discounted rides and free deliveries on Eats orders over a certain price.
Labour leader unveils moves to fast-track disciplinary action, giving new powers to NEC chiefs and general secretary in worst cases.HuffPost is part of Oath.Oath 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.Oath will also provide you with personalised ads on partner products.Select 'OK' to continue and allow Oath and our partners to use your data, or select 'Manage options' to view your choices.
It is Captain Kathryn Janeway, Pirate Queen of the Quadrant.She is not the Janeway you know, a tiny scientist cast-off to a faraway galaxy and slowly driven insane by the task set before her: Trying to unite her crew and make her way home.She’s the Janeway of the Mirror Universe, and she may or may not have two all-metal arms.IDW announced today at San Diego Comic-Con a new single-issue story titled Mirrors and Smoke, set in Star Trek’s Mirror Universe, and centred on the mirror version of Janeway and her crew.It comes in the wake of the prior Mirror Universe series, Mirror Broken and Terra Incognita, which not only introduced us to Mirror Universe versions of the Next Generation cast, but most importantly, gifted us Buff Picard.The press release describes Mirrors and Smoke as a fun adventure, that sounds like something I may have written for a Janeway/Seven fanfic archive in 2008 (only with less Neelix).
There are multiple Android and Windows tablets popping up on the market today, but the Apple iPad remains at the top of the game.If you’re looking to get your hands on one and don’t want to shell out big bucks on the latest 12.9-inch iPad Pro, now’s a great time to score amazing deals on the 10.5-inch iPad Pro.The 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB versions are heavily discounted on Walmart.We also scouted other current Apple deals in case you missed out on the Prime Day offers.The 64GB model is only $474 (normally $649), the 256GB model is discounted for $599 (usually $799), and the 512GB model is on sale for $699 (originally $999).Not all colors are available for all configurations, so you better order what you like before it’s gone.
The above image is a shot of Georgia Tech’s latest robot posed next to a penny.The 3D printed bot is roughly two millimeters in length — or about the size of the world’s smallest ants, per the school.The tiny devices are designed to move using vibration from a variety of sources, ranging from ultrasound to more traditional speakers.With the proper source, the bristles allow them to move four times their own size in roughly a second by moving the legs up and down.Different sized legs react differently, responding to a variety of different frequencies The actuators that generate the vibration are outside of the robot, however, since batteries small enough to be housed on their bodies simply don’t exist.The research team believes robots of this size could ultimately prove useful for a variety of different tasks, ranging from environmental sensing to human body repair.
Lei Jun, the founder of Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, will soon have a third listed company under his belt after his office software firm Beijing Kingsoft Office Software moved a step closer to trading shares on China’s newly launched technology innovation board in Shanghai.Kingsoft Office’s response to an inquiry from the Shanghai Stock Exchange on its listing application has been updated, according to information published on Monday by the Sci-Tech Innovation Board, known as the STAR Market.That paves the way for the initial public offering, which would be the third for Lei after his smartphone startup Xiaomi and Kingsoft Software, which are both listed in Hong Kong.In its prospectus, Kingsoft Office claims to be the country’s “leading” office software and service provider, competing against US software giant Microsoft.It offers products such as WPS Office and Kingsoft PowerWord, which can be used on mainstream operating platforms such as Windows, Linux, Android, and iOS.The mobile version of WPS Office, which is available in 220 countries and regions, has more than 181 million MAUs, according to the company’s prospectus published May 8.
Former Trump advisor and confidant Roger Stone isn’t going to jail after violating his gag order.Instead, a judge on Tuesday condemned him to perhaps a far worse fate: Stone has been banned from posting on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, according to BuzzFeed News.In February, US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson imposed a gag order on Stone, barring him from speaking about his ongoing legal case or the special counsel’s investigation into the Trump campaign.This gag order came shortly after Stone went on a speaking tour across networks like CNN and Fox News after he was indicted by the special counsel.But only a week after being gagged, Stone posted a photo of Jackson on Instagram with an image of crosshairs near her head.Stone said that the image was part of a logo pictured in the background of the image, and he deleted the post shortly after it was published, recropping it so the target wasn’t visible.
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Indeed, VW has only itself to blame, since the early glimpse of the screen-heavy cabin come from promo videos it itself published early.Revealed earlier this year, the ID.3 will be the first of VW Group’s production vehicles to use its so-called MEB platform.That’s the all-electric architecture with which it aims to bring EVs to the mass market – and make a profit in the process – across a variety of segments.VW, though, expects the mid-spec ID.3 with roughly 261 miles of range to be the most popular.The outside, though wrapped up for the car’s debut, doesn’t look like it will ruffle too many feathers.BUZZ electric microbus, which itself will spawn a production version.
NEVS, which in 2012 became the urn holding the ashes of Saab, has been working on its own vision of our autonomous future, releasing a clever concept to that end at CES Asia in 2017.AutoX is a startup focused on delivering an autonomous vehicle platform.Together, the two hope to take Europe by storm with robotaxis, according to their latest announcement.The vehicle's design will be based on the NEVS InMotion concept, and it will use AutoX's Autonomous Drive platform.Testing is scheduled to begin in the third quarter of 2019, which means the two will have to act fast if they want to meet their goal of getting those cars on European public roads a year from then.Like many other robotaxi-based ideas of autonomy, NEVS and AutoX hope that their work can produce better living through the reduction of traffic.
The US government has started to ease its ban on domestic companies doing business with Huawei, stating that some firms will be licensed to supply the Chinese giant.Huawei has been frozen out of the US device and telecoms equipment markets for several years, and earlier this year was effectively blacklisted by Washington on national security grounds.The ruling limited Huawei’s access to components and meant its handsets would no longer receive updates for the Android operating system from Google or access to its popular applications.Everything you need to knowAlthough Huawei is building its own operating system and produces its own components (it already makes its own Kirin processors), the absence of key services like Google Maps and the Google Play Store is a huge blow in terms of the appeal of its devices in Western markets.Meanwhile, the production of components such as modems is an expensive, laborious task.
The Raspberry Pi 4 is a massive upgrade over legacy models, while still coming in at the same price.One of the most significant moves is the switch to USB-C for power, but it turns out that this port has a rather interesting issue.According to TechRepublic, Raspberry Pi co-creator Eben Upton has confirmed claims that the Pi 4 won’t work when used with certain USB-C cables.More specifically, it doesn’t work with so-called e-marked cables, such as those used on Apple Macbooks and several other laptops.“A smart charger with an e-marked cable will incorrectly identify the Raspberry Pi 4 as an audio adapter accessory, and refuse to provide power,” Upton was quoted as saying.The reason for the compatibility issue is due to the design of the USB-C port on the new computing platform.
Freight and logistics tech startup Ezyhaul banked US$16 million in a series B round to fuel its expansion into Indonesia and the Philippines.Offering a range of online logistics services and solutions, the startup currently operates in Malaysia, Singapore, India, and Thailand.Ezyhaul plans to use part of the new funds to drive further technological innovation, according to a statement.Through Ezyhaul’s platform, clients can book for domestic and cross-border road freight transportation services online.Transportation companies can then accept shipments through the platform, maximizing vehicle utilization.The platform provides integrated route optimization technology, real-time track and trace visibility, invoicing, and proof of delivery.
in Order to stop the bullying that is going on in the Instagram have a mobile application developed with the two new functions with the help of artificial intelligence is to reduce the number of mean and insulting comments, as well as to help those who suffer.It is one of the tool have been developed in order to recognize this as a nasty comment, ask a question about the person who wrote it, really, really want to send it, and it has already been released for some users in the sample.Instagramchef: Get users to think about."the Early tests of this feature have shown that it has led to some of the people don't publish the comment without writing any less offensive if they had a chance to think it over", said the Instagramchefen Adam Mosseri, in a news release.another feature that will be implemented is the ability for the user to ignore the people, and, for example, to those individuals ' comments will not be visible.
Everyone from Heath Ledger to Jack Nicholson to Jared Leto has had their own spin on Batman's grinning nemesis, who's almost as old as Batman, having made his comics debut in 1940.With the film confirmed via Instagram by director Todd Phillips to have an R rating, it seems an adult version of the Clown Prince of Crime will take center stage.Everything we know about the Joker movieWarner Bros. described the film to the Hollywood Reporter as an "exploration of a man disregarded by society [that] is not only a gritty character study, but also a broader cautionary tale."Filming began in September 2018.Fans originally speculated the movie's plot might be influenced by The Killing Joke, a 1988 comic exploring the Joker's origins written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Brian Bolland.
Snoop Dogg isn’t a stranger to working with brands and releasing odd but lovable ads—or even to working on projects with unlikely partners such as Martha Stewart.But when Klarna, a fintech company that offers consumers a buy-now-pay-later option with more than 1,000 U.S. retailers, rebranded in 2017, Snoop wanted to join (and eventually became a minority shareholder).The Stockholm-based company, whose competition ranges from Afterpay to PayPal, and its agency partner DDB Stockholm wanted to pivot from a “boring” blue-color scheme and male-driven financial-type company chock-full of legalese to something that spoke to consumers and made them feel like they could trust the brand, according to David Sandström, Klarna’s CMO.“The industry itself is losing the trust of an entire generation, and that is obviously affecting retailers.But it’s also affecting individuals, and people feel cheated by these companies,” Sandström said.“[We did the rebranding to see if] we can find relevancy again, become part of people’s lives [and] pop culture.
Facebook's newly announced cryptocurrency Libra is facing more pushback, this time reportedly from the Indian government.In April 2018, all entities regulated by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) were banned from dealing in cryptocurrencies and virtual coins, although individuals trading currencies like bitcoin remains legal.However, last month it was reported that the Indian government is working on draft laws that would propose a jail sentence for any crypto users.Neither Facebook nor Garg's office immediately responded to a request for comment.Facebook last month unveiled the global digital coin, which will be managed by a governing body called the Libra Association and through a wallet named Calibra.Facebook is working alongside 27 launch partners for Libra, including PayPal, Visa, Uber, Coinbase, Lyft, Mastercard, Vodafone, eBay and Spotify, but aims to have 100 members in the Libra Association by 2020.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. -- Human waste might be an unpleasant public health burden, but scientists at the University of Illinois see sanitation as a valuable facet of global ecosystems and an overlooked source of nutrients, organic material and water.Human beings derive benefits from the ecosystems around them - services that often go undervalued in traditional economic systems, the researchers said.These ecosystem benefits include things like forests providing wood as a building material and natural hydrological processes that improve water quality."In previous research, we have shown that human waste can provide a potentially valuable source of nutrients and water to enhance agriculture," said lead author John Trimmer, a civil and environmental engineering graduate student."In the new study, we expand this concept and set out to find connections between ecosystem services and the recovery of nutrients, water and organic matter from sanitation systems - then define and analyze the viability of pathways through which those recovered resources might further enhance ecosystem services."The researchers found that between 2000 and 2018, there were over 56,000 published studies that discussed sanitation and resource recovery and approximately 36,000 on ecosystem services; of these, 155 discussed the linkages between the two fields.