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Commentary: As the show makes its debut on NBC's Peacock streaming service, let's remember what made it so frakking great.
The app service is also coming to nine new countries, including Canada and the UK.
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Following May 2020's Warzone update, players are able to unlock the mysterious bunkers all around the map.
Skydio, a startup that makes autonomous drones that fly themselves with little human intervention, is entering the commercial drone market with its new X2 model. The X2 is Skydio’s first non-consumer device and it’s marketed toward government agencies, the military, and other organizations that require aerial surveillance or surveying, and it comes with a built-in infrared thermal camera. The X2 announcement coincides with Skydio’s new round of $100 million in funding, led by German multinational company Siemens’ Next47 firm.
Skydio first entered the market a little more than two years ago with the Skydio R1. The R1 was an autonomous drone that sported impressive artificial intelligence-powered obstacle avoidance and other sensors and...
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Kimberly-Clark has sent selected Droga5 as its lead creative agency, with further support from Accenture Interactive, for its baby and childcare business.Accenture Interactive acquired Droga5 back in April, including buying out media holding company Endeavor’s 49% stake in the agency.An Accenture representative said in a statement that the companies are “excited” to begin work on the account, which includes such household names as Huggies, Pull-Ups and GoodNites.They also noted that the Kimberly-Clark partnership “marks the first major global appointment for Accenture Interactive with Droga5 following our union earlier this year.”As lead agency, the Accenture and Droga5 team will be responsible for creative output “across the consumer journey,” the representative explained, beginning with the U.S. and EMEA regions as well as supporting global initiatives.Droga5’s New York and London offices will lead brand strategy and creative, with Accenture Interactive’s global team tasked with delivering “local market-driven experiences powered by data and technology.”
In this month-long deal-a-bration that we call November, some Black Friday deals are here already, but some are scheduled for -- hold onto your hats -- Black Friday!Even with all the month-long hubbub and some decidedly good early deals, the real action takes place on Friday, Nov. 29.(And don't forget that additional action arrives Cyber Monday, Dec.As you might expect from your friendly neighborhood deal-seekers, we're keeping close tabs on everything.With that in mind, here's your fast-and-easy guide to all the latest Black Friday ads.Best Buy's Black Friday ad
Vanity Fair has just dropped a sneaky new teaser for The Mandalorian.It’s got some new footage compared to even last week’s trailer, one that, shock of shocks, actually features a lot more than just Werner Herzog Werner-Herzogging all over the show.We get to hear a little more from Kuuil the Ugnaught, who’s been glimpsed in both merchandise and briefly in the trailers (and this trailer seemingly confirms that he’s indeed Nick Nolte’s previously unannounced character) as one of the many associates of Pedro Pascal’s masked Mandalorian – although here he’s telling us he’s never actually met a Mandalorian before, so they’re perhaps not quite really associates just yet.But we also get to hear from a character we’ve not seen at all: Ming-Na Wen’s mysterious mercenary (is there anyone in this show who isn’t one of those?“Your name will be legendary.” Enjoy this new teaser for Jon Favreau's TheMandalorian: https://t.co/rVw9PWV7mS pic.twitter.com/Wx9WkcyNSN— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) November 4, 2019
The video game industry is reaching more people than ever — but this also means that ergonomic issues and injuries will happen more often to more people.At a very basic level, ergonomics, as defined by the International Ergonomics Association, is “the scientific discipline concerned with the understanding of interactions among humans and other elements of a system, and the profession that applies theory, principles, data and methods to design in order to optimize human well-being and overall system performance.”As it relates to gaming, ergonomics examines how players interact with their hardware and tools — and how the current standards may not be enough.Due to repetitive actions such as continued button pressing, odd finger positioning, and rapid mouse movements/clicking, health issues in the hand and wrist are among the first to crop up for regular players.Health experts have reported circulatory disorders, tenosynovitis, and even spinal damage as a result of continued joint stress.Less seriously, but perhaps more prevalent, is the simple loss of performance due to uncomfortable postures.
Anyone who has an interest in electric vehicles (EVs) knows the common knocks against them by heart: Long charging times, limited range, charging station availability and so on.To make the EV more palatable to the American public, researchers at Penn State University have had a breakthrough in reducing lithium-ion battery charging times to 10 minutes.Lead author Xiao-Guang Yang and his colleagues published a report in Joule, a journal focused on the science of sustainable energy.There are still some hurdles to clear but the long-held dream of a practical EV on par with the convenience of a gasoline engine could be closer at hand than people think.In a home with standard 120 Volt electrical outlets, you’ll get about two to five miles of range per hour, while charging through a more powerful 240 Volt outlet delivers ten to twenty miles per hour of charging.Faster charging hasn’t been able to progress due to the damaging effects of lithium plating (metallic lithium that forms around the anode of the battery) which forms when a lot of electricity is delivered very quickly.
Though many prominent opinion-havers rage about the imminent death of the English language at the hands of emoji-wielding teenagers, the Internet has done no more harm to English than television, radio, or dime novels.By defining “l33t” and “Thanks Obama,” Dictionary.com became the Web’s referenceIn fact, McCulloch makes a compelling argument that Internet language, and emoji in particular, is restoring life to the relatively emotionless medium of text.For hundreds of years, public writing was limited to formal contexts like newspapers and books, written by educated people using very formal language for the edification of other educated people.Private, informal writing (like shopping lists or notes passed between students at the back of a classroom) is now publicly visible, and the conventions developed by individuals or small groups for writing informally can spread and interact on a global scale.To McCulloch, this is more exciting than it is scary, and reading Because Internet might convince you to feel the same.
World of Warcraft Classic has been a success since launching in August, and Blizzard is looking to keep that momentum going.The company announced what’s next for Classic today at BlizzCon.The player-vs.-player honor system launches on November 15.Right now, players can kill each other under certain circumstances, but you don’t get anything for doing it.The honor system gives you points for each kill, which help you rank through the PvP system.Battlegrounnds, which pits teams of players against each other as they try to do things like capture a flag, comes in a future update.
“Government should urgently consider how best to regulate cloud service providers.Regulating them as critical infrastructure, while complex, may be necessary”The frequency and severity of financial services IT failures is “unacceptable” MPs warned today, calling for regulators to be given expanded powers to ensure improvements are being made by businesses across the sector.“Firms are not doing enough to mitigate the operational risks that they face from their own legacy technology” the Treasury Committee agreed in a new report, highlighting bungled change management as a leading cause of recent outages.Businesses may be cutting corners to reduce change management cost, they warned: “Poor change management is one of the primary causes of IT failures… It is important that firms have strong and well- rehearsed change management procedures.We are concerned that time and cost pressures may cause firms to cut corners when implementing change programmes, for example by compressing testing schedules.”
Following yesterday’s announcement of AirPods Pro wireless headphones and the subsequent release of iOS, iPadOS, and tvOS 13.2 to support them, Apple today released macOS Catalina 10.15.1 and watchOS 6.1 — both supporting AirPods Pro, as well as adding additional features.macOS 10.15.1 includes a number of small tweaks to last month’s major release of Catalina, which notably replaced iTunes with three standalone media apps, updated the Photos app with new UI elements, and introduced a Mac version of the Find My app.Like the new iOS and iPadOS releases, this point release features a collection of over 70 new or updated emoji, support for encrypted HomeKit Secure Video, and broader support for AirPlay 2 speakers in HomeKit environments.watchOS 6.1 is noteworthy both for its addition of AirPods Pro support, and the fact that it’s the first release of watchOS 6 for the Apple Watch Series 1 and Series 2.Apple previously released watchOS 6.0 solely for Series 3, 4, and 5 devices, bringing a large collection of new apps, watch faces, and feature tweaks to the wearable platform, as well as an on-device App Store.The new macOS release can be downloaded through System Preferences > Software Update, and is a 4.49GB download.
The X-37B, a test vehicle operated by the U.S. Air Force, has returned from orbit and landed successfully at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, more than two years after it originally launched on its latest mission aboard a SpaceX rocket.The X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle, as it’s formally known, was on its fifth mission, which involved — well, we don’t really know.The whole point of X-37B is that its mission is mostly clandestine, so we likely won’t ever know the full particulars of what it has been up to in its orbital jaunts.But we do know that it’s demonstrating technologies for USAF use, and specifically to help them develop a “reliable, reusable, unmanned space test platform.”We know from the Air Fore that that means running a battery of tests across systems including avionics, guidance, thermal shielding, propulsion, spacecraft re-entry systems and more.We also know that it’s around 30-feet long, like a kind of shrunk-down Space Shuttle, and we know that it’s built by Air Force contractor Boeing.
Sequoia Capital founder Don Valentine died on Friday at age 87, the firm said.Valentine was widely considered one of the preeminent figures in Silicon Valley's tech industry, and his firm is one of the most successful and most enduring venture firms today.Valentine was known for asking aspiring founders "Who cares?"in response to their pitches, a trait many other Silicon Valley leaders admired and emulated.Several leaders in Silicon Valley, including Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Andreessen Horowitz founder Marc Andreessen, shared memories and tributes to Valentine on Twitter Friday.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
Di Digitals reportrar Julia V. Caesar och Johannes Karlsson pratar om den senaste utvecklingen i Konsumentverkets jakt på kreditbolagen.Anyfin, som presenterar sig som ett ”schysstare” alternativ – men får samtidigt kritik för sin marknadsföring och har många kopplingar till marknadsledaren Klarna.Under de kommande veckorna drar en rapportflod över Silicon Valley.Di Digitals korrespondent Miriam Olsson Jeffery tar tempen på techjättarna och lyfter fram de detaljer som marknaden kommer hålla ögonen på.Apple ser ut att trotsa både handelskriget och en vikande Iphone-försäljning, medan Facebook fortsätter slå ifrån sig oron över regleringar.Di:s privatekonomiska expert Hans Bolander gästar Digitalpodden för att diskutera robotrådgivarnas framfart i Sverige.
As if the Now TV Sports pass wasn't already tempting enough - offering you full access to all 11 Sky Sports channels without the commitment of a full Sky sub - it has now gone and slashed the price by 40% for the next month.So that means a chock-full schedule of sporting action for the next month for the eye-catching price of only £20.There are plenty of reasons why you'd want to take advantage of this deal.For starters you'll be treated to some crucial Premier League matches including Man United vs Liverpool this weekend and the crunch Liverpool vs Man City game coming on November 10.Not to mention it's the start of NBA season next week and Sky Sports have the exclusive coverage in the UK.With the season finale around the corner, Sky Sports is the only place to watch the Mexican, USA and Brazilian Grand Prix.
“He had the most unbelievable creative enthusiasm,” Rosenfield says in Episode 383 of the Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy podcast.He was having ideas well into his 90s.”In A Trick of Light, a teenage YouTuber named Cameron Ackerson is struck by lightning and finds himself gifted with “cyberkinesis,” the ability to manipulate computers with his mind.But events soon spiral out of control, as Cameron finds himself enmeshed in the internet’s dark side.Even though people could get online and talk to people anywhere in the world, a lot of us felt more alone than ever.”Rosenfield initially worried that she wasn’t geeky enough to work on A Trick of Light, but says that her collaborators, who also included Luke Lieberman and Ryan Silbert, felt that she would bring a fresh perspective to the project.
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Professor Anthony Zador has taken the next step in his quest to solve exactly how the brain is wired.Zador, a neuroscientist whose lab studies how the brain's circuitry mediates and controls complex behaviors, set out about 10 years ago to map three pillars of brain function: connectivity, gene expression and physiological activity.Because the technology didn't exist to effectively do that, his team developed MAPseq, a technique used to map the connections of different brain cells and gain a better understanding of how they interact with each other.In a study published in the latest issue of Cell, Zador's lab, led by Xiaoyin Chen, a postdoctoral fellow and the first author on the paper, introduces BARseq, the next generation of MAPseq.The new technology can be used to expand the brain map by accurately pinpointing the location of a neuron.It's a bunch of neurons connected to one another," Zador said.
As Microsoft and Sony slowly sunset their current-generation consoles, Nintendo is maintaining its momentum.The Nintendo Switch was the top-seller in September, according to industry-tracking firm The NPD Group.“Nintendo Switch was again the best-selling hardware platform of September and remains the best-selling platform of 2019,” NPD analyst Mat Piscatella said.Of course, the Switch debuted in 2017, and it is still in the meaty part of its life cycle.Nintendo also released the Switch Lite on September 20, which gave a boost to the platform’s sales.PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, meanwhile, both launched in November 2013.
At this point, it is likely that the Honor 20 SE is already familiar to you.It is the way in which we are calling the next mid-range Honor that has already been filtered on a few occasions, but not with as much detail as today.In case you have not been aware of the news and information on this phone, there are those who call it Honor 20 Lite, but considering that the same phone can already be found in the market, we prefer to call it Honor 20 SE, because we saw some time ago This name leaked.The point is that this terminal has appeared today in a Chinese store, showing its design with great detail, as well as its final features.In the store itself, the name given to it is Honor 20 Youth Edition, and the brand’s terminals accompanied by that name are usually the Lite, so we don’t know what name it will finally come with.Nor do we know if it will reach the international market, but we cannot say that we would not like to see it leave China.
At its fall 2019 event, Google announced Pixel Buds 2.The wireless earbuds will go on sale in Spring 2020 for $179.Google first released Pixel Buds in 2017, but many critics felt they were underwhelming.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Google announced new Pixel Buds at its October 15 Google Pixel 4 event.The new Buds will feature hands-free access to Google Assistant, which can be activated by saying "Hey Google."
if you are Looking for a new job?To tell colleagues about the plans, it can help you to increase your chances of winning, but there are also pitfalls to watch out for.on the Hunt for a new job can be both stressful and frustrating.with the help of the contacts can be of help to you, but there are risks to being too open-minded.At this site companies are some of the questions you should be asking your colleagues to be involved in the future plans.colleagues in the past dealt with the information, or the dissatisfaction that you have shared with others?
“They apply emotional judgment rather than logical judgment to their purchase decisions,” wrote Liraz Margalit in a 2015 Psychology Today article.So it can make good sense to market to a shopper’s emotions leading up to and during Black Friday.Your ecommerce store could create a sense of urgency as consumers fear they will lose out on a great deal.The first step is to choose the products to discount for Black Friday.A direct-to-consumer electric bike company, as an example, might focus on its e-bikes rather than its accessories.You will sell at this price only for a short period — perhaps four hours.
Ford's had the off-road performance pickup segment nearly locked down for years now with the F-150 Raptor.We won't see Ram's rival for a couple more years, and as for Chevrolet?Chevy has been pretty darn quiet about its own prospects.Chevy said on Thursday that it will take the full-size pickup racing in the Best in the Desert racing series.The company has consistently used the series as a place to test new performance parts for trucks, too.That's what the Silverado will be doing as it tackles the off-road courses.
Workplace by Facebook, the social network’s enterprise solution for businesses, revealed at its Flow 2019 annual conference in Menlo Park.Calif., that it topped 3 million paying users, roughly eight months after surpassing 2 million in February.Workplace by Facebook vice president Julien Codorniou said in a blog post that in 2019 alone, companies including BT Group, Sky, Petco, Prada and Kering have rolled out the platform, joining “a global movement that ranges from large retailers (Walmart, Starbucks, Campbell’s Soup, Clarins UK Group), to innovative airlines (Delta, Virgin Atlantic, AirAsia, EasyJet), financial institutions (Royal Bank of Scotland, Sun Life Financial, Zurich Insurance Group, Bao Viet Holdings, National Australia Bank), complex enterprises (Vodafone Group, AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline, Telenor) fast-moving disruptors (Spotify, Booking.com, Lyft, Deliveroo, Hyperloop) and countless local businesses.”In addition to the 3 million-plus paid users, millions more are on the platform via its free tier and its Workplace for Good program for nonprofit organizations and educators.Workplace by Facebook also introduced several new features at Flow 2019, and vp and head of Workplace Karandeep Anand detailed them all in a blog post.Anand noted that Portal’s Smart Camera technology enables people to move about freely while the camera pans and zooms to keep them in-frame, while its Smart Sound technology enhances the voice of the person speaking while minimizing background noise.
For a few generations, Samsung has stopped using Qualcomm processors in many markets to favor the implementation of its own solutions.These chipsets are known as Samsung Exynos.From the Samsung Galaxy S6, we find them in all the high-end of the brand (although in the United States they continue betting on Qualcomm).Although Samsung has achieved good performance with its Exynos processors.Qualcomm, which is why many users have preferred to opt for models with this processor model or other alternatives.Of course, as of today, the difference between Qualcomm and Exynos processors could be much smaller or even non-existent.