Beijing Bulletin
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The 2017 iPhone is expected to be a major overhaul of the current model, mostly because it marks the 10th anniversary of the device, so features like a glass body, no bezels, an iris scanner, and a ho
Beijing Bulletin
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Speakers come in all sorts of different shapes and sizes, from larger options that have the power to fill your whole living room and then some, to smaller, portable ones that are great for taking to p
I4U News
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The small sized SUV named 2017 Vauxhall Crossland X has been reveled and will serve as a soft roader line up addition in the family of cars. The car has similar features like that of Mokka X. the...
KyivPost
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Ukraine, already in a shooting war with Russia over its invasion in 2014, could find itself increasingly under attack in cyberspace in 2017. Online security experts also predict the online conflict between Russia and the West will spreading further. In the wake of the hacking of the U.S. Democratic National Committee, which the U.S. intelligence community has declared the work of Russia, European states are expecting more Kremlin cyber-meddling in elections this year in France and Germany. Meanwhile Ukraine, which suffered several cyber attacks last year, has already developed a strategy. But experts say no country can fully protect itself from online attack. During the Defcon annual world hackersconference in August, Chris Rock, the CEO of the Kustodian specialized security company, which provides penetration testing and security monitoring around the globe, said that a determined cyber criminal can hack anything.
Auto Express
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Toyota chairman admits UK factories need to think how to survive following Theresa Mays Brexit plans 2017-01-19 12:28 Toyota's UK factories face an uncertain future after the company's chairman admitted they needed to consider "how to survive" in the face of Theresa May's Brexit plans. The firm's site at Burnaston, which manufacturers the Auris and Auris Hybrid , and its engine production facility in Deeside, must find a way of remaining competitive after Prime Minister May said the UK would leave the single market. • Car prices could rise by £1,500 post-Brexit Article 50 will be triggered in March with a full exit expected by early 2019 and if a trade deal is not in place, car makers could be hit by huge tariffs when exporting vehicles to the EU or importing parts from suppliers. Takeshi Uchiyamada, chairman of Toyota, speaking to the FT, said: "I wont say that there is no impact to the company.
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PC Pro
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Clare Hopping 7 min 7 sec ago Business IT workers don't like their jobs. At least, that's what research from Investors in People has revealed as a whopping 76% of IT staffers will be in search of a new job this year. It's not clear if this is simple "the grass is always greener" outlook on their jobs, but these findings fly in the face of industry predictions suggesting people would want to remain in their current roles due to economic uncertainties. According to the annual Job Exodus Trends report, 42% of IT staff are already looking for a new job just one week into 2017. “We were expecting to see British workers planning to stay put in the face of economic uncertainty," Paul Devoy, head of Investors in People said. "But we’ve seen exactly the opposite: a significant rise in people seeking to move employers in 2017 and a jump in jobs confidence.
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Techradar
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That's because of its handy bill splitter. Simply tell it how much the bill comes to, how many people are paying and how big a tip you want to leave, and the Watch app calculates how much each person should hand over. It supports watchOS 3's Scribble feature too, so you don't need to dictate or tap on a tiny keypad if you've downed that second bottle of wine. Alternatively you can use the Digital Crown to enter the figure in the tip calculator. That's not all the Watch app can do, though. It includes a converter for distances and other measurements, and if you Force Touch the app you'll see a Send To iPhone icon as well as the clear and undo buttons. And on the iPhone the main app is a great tool for serious calculating (and quick sums: there's a mini-calculator if you Force Touch the app icon). It's not the cheapest calculator app, but it's worth the money.
Techradar
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Update: The best Apple Watch apps list is one we're constantly updating. Here's what's been making our iPhone smartwatch tick. The Apple Watch has now been superseded by the Apple Watch 2 , and yet these much-hyped iPhone smartwatches are just now seeing their true potential through apps and games in 2017 following the Watch OS 3 launch. Why? It's the fact that this is a brand new product category, so while it's one of the best smartwatch options out there, even Apple CEO Tim Cook admits it's still in "learning mode." The number one question we hear from new Apple Watch owners is "Well, what apps should I download first?" To make answering that query easier, we devised a thorough best Apple Watch apps list. Here are the best apps, going along with our selection of the best apps for Android Wear and the best apps for Pebble . With the right apps, your beautiful timepiece will become so much more.
PC Pro
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Video of Glass City Of The Future (1959) Turn the page to 2017, and architecture student Saúl Ajuria Fernández has come up with an idea for an Urban Droneport. Imagined in an area of Milan described as a “disused urban vacuum”, the building acts as a central hub for drones in the area. It pictures a near future where drone deliveries have become commonplace, and where a new type of civic infrastructure is needed to manage a multitude of flight paths forking above the heads of city-dwellers. Motopia was borne out of the New Towns Act of 1946, when powers were handed to government to designate land for new development. While the latter 1940s saw more than a dozen towns created, largely to deal with the shifting populations caused by bombed-out cities, by the 1960s attention had turned to how new urban centres could do more – not simply accommodate people, but change the way they lived around increasingly dominant technologies.
PC Pro
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Clare Hopping Business IT workers don't like their jobs. At least, that's what research from Investors in People has revealed as a whopping 76% of IT staffers will be in search of a new job this year. It's not clear if this is simple "the grass is always greener" outlook on their jobs, but these findings fly in the face of industry predictions suggesting people would want to remain in their current roles due to economic uncertainties. According to the annual Job Exodus Trends report, 42% of IT staff are already looking for a new job just one week into 2017. “We were expecting to see British workers planning to stay put in the face of economic uncertainty," Paul Devoy, head of Investors in People said. "But we’ve seen exactly the opposite: a significant rise in people seeking to move employers in 2017 and a jump in jobs confidence." The main reason IT staff are seeking new opportunities is for a pay rise, with concerns that wages at their current company would stagnate.
The Sun Daily - Media & Marketing
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PETALING JAYA: Kancil Awards 2017 is here to give recognition for the players in the creative industry. Early-bird submissions by Jan 20 will be charged RM212 per entry and RM636 per campaign. Closing date for submission is Jan 25 but late entries are accepted up to Feb 8 but with a RM636 per entry and RM1,908 per campaign. Entry kits can be downloaded from www.kancilawards.com. Creative council chairman Tan Kien Eng said the awards have been rescheduled early in the second quarter of each year instead of the last quarter, to allow all works released during the previous calendar year to compete. He said it was to encourage creative agencies across all modes to progress aggressively, while remaining relevant to the zeitgeist. The Evolve or Die" theme for the re-designed Kancil Awards intends to highlight creativity that enhances the relationship between brands and their consumers.
Deadline
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Android Police
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Well, this is a first. Of all the major OEMs that we cover on Android Police, few give us more headache when it comes to their Android updates than Samsung and LG. HTC, Sony, Motorola have been known to reveal which devices they plan to update to a newer version of Android and to give a timeline of that update, a practice they have followed over the past few years, but Samsung and LG? Read More Samsung confirms the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and Edge+, Note5, and more will get Android 7.0 Nougat in the first half of 2017 was written by the awesome team at Android Police .