BBC Parliament
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Surely now is the time to promise that the toxic trade union Act will be repealed. Steel is a critical sector for our future but it is only mentioned once. Will he commit to implement the recommendations on procurement and supply chains contained in the all-party Parliamentary group on the out today? Because we cannot let our focus to high-tech manufacturing, Mr Deputy Speaker.
BBC News 24
4 hours
This high-tech auto firm in Berkshire makes gearboxes for racing cars. Its boss wants any strategy to deliver certainty for the long-term. We invest millions of pounds a year into people, into training, into the expertise we need into technology, into machinery.
CNET News
4 hours
Design Milk - Tech
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Bit Tech Forums
4 hours
Capcom's first-person spooker is a well crafted blend of old and new ideas. https://www.bit-tech.net/gaming/2017...azard-review/1
Bit Tech Forums
4 hours
Build name : Elemental as it combines the 4 elements Fire is represented by the heat of the components Water is represented by the cooling Air represented by the open chassis Earth is represented by the 6ft of soil i'll be buried under when the missus finds out how much this is costing ! The case : Jonsbo MOD1 Zone http://www.jonsbo.com/en/products_36_1.html Not really a 'case', as such, more a semi enclosed frame. To some this will be an 'ugly case' and will not appeal - Good, we are all different and the more experimental case manufacturers get, the better - in my humble opinion. The design is 'similar' to the In-Win S frame, a case i could only have dreamt of owning. Some might cringe at the price of £280 for this case, but in todays market it is priced quite reasonably compared to other 'high end' models. Will it be whisper quiet with 10 x 120mm fans ? Doubtful Will the semi-open frame attract dust ? More than likely Is it an In-Win S Frame ? No, but it is £1000 cheaper :D Personally, i bloody love it.
Know Your Mobile
4 hours
0 Nougat. For other specs, it's shown using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 CPU clocked at 2.2GHz with an Adreno 540GPU onboard and 4GB RAM. Onboard storage is 64GB and it features Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, and NFC connectivity, as well as 4G LTE; many of these would of course suggest that it is intended to be mobile and portable despite its collosal frame. It's always a bit weird when tablets sport decent camera tech, but even weirder for a beast of this size to have a 12MP 4K video capable sensor on the front and another identical one on the back. Quite what Nokia is expecting people to do with this setup is beyond us at this point in time. As we said, we think it's quite likely this is an internal development unit designed to test certain hardware and/or software and features, so don't get your hopes up too much for this monster hitting the market any time soon.
Mashable
4 hours
Mattel's new campaign is all about the dads who forgo football Sunday to play Barbie with their kids. CNET reports Mattel debuted its "Dads Who Play Barbie" campaign during Sunday's AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers. The clips show dads using Barbies to play the roles of patients and students to their daughters' doctors and teachers. SEE ALSO: Barbie's tech-powered Dreamhouse was a nightmare this Christmas There are five spots in total, each ending with the same ad copy: "Time spent in her imaginary world is an investment in her real world." Read more... More about Barbie , Advertising , Viral Videos , and Watercooler
Mashable
4 hours
LONDON It's rush hour, the train carriage is packed, you're pregnant and everything aches can you endure the awkwardness of asking someone to give up their seat? The Babee on Board" app developed by London-based tech firm 10x wants to solve this problem. When a pregnant person presses a button in the app, it sends a notification to smartphones within a 15-foot radius, alerting passengers to the request without them having to look up from their phones. The app uses Bluetooth technology, so it works underground without signal or Wi-Fi. SEE ALSO: London rolls out a badge and card for people with hidden disabilities Read more... More about Parenting , Family Parenting , London Underground , Public Transport , and Pregnancy
InfoWars
5 hours
60% of primates are facing extinction, according to new study
InfoWars
5 hours
The simulation will help space pioneers know what to expect
Design Milk - Tech
5 hours
Expert Reviews
5 hours
With new information released during the Note 7 investigation, Samsung has said that the Galaxy S8 wont be launching in Q1 or Q2 in 2017. Samsung may still have a presence at MWC 2017, though. The company still has its Galaxy A series phones to talk about, after all, and it may pull off a few surprises. Did someone say Galaxy Note 8? MWC 2017: Apple Apple doesnt usually have much of a showing at MWC. I really doubt MWC 2017 will be anything different, with the California-based tech giant opting for its own series of conferences to announce those shiny new products. Apple is well known to let slip about new products around MWC, though, in an effort to divert media attention away from its competitors. We wont be seeing the iPhone 8 at MWC, but I’ll put money on the company announcing something (a new iPad or otherwise) around that time. MWC 2017: Sony It hasnt been long since Sony launched its Xperia XZ handset, and we wouldnt really expect to see a replacement anytime soon.
Mashable
5 hours
Electronics Weekly
5 hours
InfoWars
5 hours
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Know Your Mobile
5 hours
Michael Grothaus 23/01/2017 - 3:40pm Amazon Prime membership... the gift that keeps on giving Amazon is unique among the big tech companies, including Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, and Google. It’s because the tech giant made its fortunes mainly in the trade of physical products, not digital (as Google, Facebook, and Microsoft do). Amazon is even different than Apple, whereas the latter company makes most of its money selling its own psychical goods (iPhones, Macs, etc) Amazon built its hundreds of billions of pounds empire selling other people’s physical goods. That’s why it may not be surprising to hear me say that out of all of the big tech companies, Amazon could have the best future in front of it. It effortlessly crisscrosses the physical/digital divide and can increasingly provide us with our desired goods on both sides of the chasm. Perhaps there is no better example of that than Amazon’s Amazon Prime service .
BBC News 24
5 hours
The biggest test of this plan is whether it can get the economy firing on all cylinders and we prepare to leave the EU. This hi-tech auto firm in Berkshire makes gear boxes for racing cars.
Techradar
5 hours
Centred on a motorcycle gang that live by their own rules (you can probably guess what their name is from the title) the show is positively Shakespearean in its storytelling and will have you gripped from episode one. Get your free 30-day Amazon Prime trial While Ron Perlman steals the show as Clay, Charlie Hunnam's Jax is one of the best tortured souls you will see on any television show. All seven seasons of the show are now streaming on the service. Seasons on Amazon Prime: 7 Not content with becoming a Hobbit, starring in the Marvel universe or playing Dr Holmes, Martin Freeman goes back to his TV roots for Startup - a great look at what happens when a bunch of tech entrepreneurs create something that is much bigger than they ever thought it would be. It may occasionally be too gritty for its own good, but it's great to see Freeman hamming it up as the big bad.
The Huffington Post
5 hours
The Freedom Center's funding continues to come from the Mellon Scaifes and other Clinton-bashers whom Hillary once called "the vast right-wing conspiracy." Adding Muslims to his hit list attracted added millions more from wealthy pro-Israel Jews, like tech mogul Dr. Bob Shillman, of the publicly-traded Cognex Corp. Diversifiying his appeal enabled Horowitz in 2013 to take home some $525,000. That's not chopped liver to a red-diaper baby who grew up in Queens in a puritanical family of Communist schoolteachers, and he openly revels in the glamorous Southern California lifestyle the big money buys him. But money isn't everything. Or is it? Either way, Horowitz has now gone all out to hitch himself onto the Trump train, determined to show them the way. "The Democratic Party has never been comfortable with the war against radical Islam or willing to acknowledge its religious nature," he writes.
Evening Standard - Business
6 hours
UK manufacturers and tech companies today threw their weight behind the Government's new industrial strategy but warned that ministers need to maintain the pressure to shake up the sector.
Phys.Org
6 hours
Hackaday
6 hours
The trouble is though, behind the laughs at the awful tech portrayal is the sad truth, what is obviously fake to us looks real to Joe Public, and those are the criteria upon which we are judged. The credibility-stretching tech baddie on the screen is a hacker, they are told, so we must be baddies too. Over Christmas where this is being written, the 2014 British film Pride was repeated on TV. In a memorable sequence the lead character explains the process of reappropriation of problematic language, as a tabloid newspaper insult against the gay community is turned against its originator by being adopted as the publicity slogan for a benefit gig. While the situation portrayed is very different, there is a valuable parallel to be drawn for any community in danger of losing control of their own narrative. In reclaiming the word hacker for our hackspaces, hackathons, and of course our popular and informative news websites, we are slowly educating the world that far from someone to be afraid of, a hacker is someone you might just welcome in your vicinity.
Cnet
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