The Chameleon X1 Pulls Double Duty as a Mouse and Gamepad

first_imgIf you just looked at the top of the Chameleon X-1 Gaming Mouse you wouldn’t think there was anything odd about it. It’s red with chrome trim, sleek, features an adjustable 1600 dpi optical sensor and an RF USB receiver that you can plug in to virtually any computer and use without difficulty. Where it gets interesting is on the underside: if you flip the Chameleon X-1 over, you’ll find a full D-pad, four action buttons, two analog thumbsticks, and shoulder buttons, along with start and select buttons nestled around the optical sensor. Turn the mouse right-side up and it’s a wireless gaming mouse. Turn it upside down, and it’s a fully featured USB game controller. Ideally the Chameleon X-1 is for people who need a regular PC mouse most of the time, and then need a PC controller for specific games, like old arcade and console games run in emulators, for example. It’ll hit the market early next year, and be available for $55 list price.AdChoices广告last_img read more

Thor Ragnarok Trailer Has a Hulk a Haircut and Led Zeppelin

first_img Since Marvel’s been busy with the upcoming releases of both Spider-Man: Homecoming and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, we haven’t heard much from Thor: Ragnarok. The movie releases later this year, but all we’ve seen of it is that Thor has short hair and a new love interest. That is, until this morning. Marvel released a trailer for the God of Thunder’s third film, and it looks to have everything you’d want in a Thor movie. The teaser promises huge battles, Thor’s goofy enthusiasm and Tom Hiddleston looking pretty.Have we really gone this long without Marvel using “Immigrant Song” in one of these movies? The trailer reads like someone saw Guardians of the Galaxy and decided to steal some of that movie’s tricks. That’s not a bad thing. The 1970 classic rock anthem, while maybe a bit overused in pop culture, fits the character and adds some fun to a series that can be a little overdramatic at times. Thor’s reaction to seeing The Hulk at the end of the trailer is a reassuring indication that this movie won’t take itself too seriously. Director Taika Waititi, of the hysterical vampire comedy What We Do in the Shadows, has left his mark all over this movie, from the looks of this teaser.Cate Blanchett looks great and scary as Hela, the Asgardian goddess of death. Right at the outset, we see her destroy Mjolnir, which makes things interesting. What is Thor without his hammer? That should be a fun question for this movie to wrestle with. Especially once he’s forced to fight in an intergalactic gladiator tournament headed by Jeff Goldblum. That’s another exciting thing about this teaser. I don’t care how the rest of this movie is; I’m here for anything starring Jeff Goldblum and his weird laugh.And then there’s Loki. Yes, he’s back and looking like he just walked out of a shampoo commercial. Don’t think I didn’t notice his long, flowing locks contrasted with his brother’s new buzz cut. The trailer doesn’t actually give much us much information as to what his role in this movie will be. We know he’s been impersonating Odin since the last movie. Will he be found out? It looks like he’ll be a part of the battle against Hela, but then we see him next to Jeff Goldblum at the tournament. Is he trying to win Thor’s freedom, or is there something else going on? He has a very small role in the trailer, but I think we’ll see quite a lot of him in the movie. All of Tumblr might revolt if we didn’t. Stay on target See Thor’s Transformation in Hilarious ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Set ClipMarvel Spotlight Plays Turn High Schoolers Into Superheroes last_img read more

Casinos Michael Jordans Steak House a slam dunk

first_imgWhy: The new Ilani Casino Resort houses a fair selection of dining options. One of those is the Michael Jordan’s Steak House, know for its “steakmanship.” At MJ’s, the goal is to elevate the classic steakhouse experience to the Michael Jordan level. The steak selection is made up of hand-selected steaks from grass-fed to 45-day, dry-aged USDA Prime. In addition, the bar includes a top-shelf selection to accompany the restaurant’s finer food choices.What I tried: To start, my dining companion and I tried the roasted beets with goat cheese and pistachios. I had the 10-ounce filet mignon, and my dining companion had the 16-ounce MJ’s Delmonico from the steak selections. We also tried the hand-cut fries cooked in beef fat and served with ketchup and green onion ranch dip. For dessert, we had the 23-layer chocolate cake.The roasted beets (one of my favorite foods) were served cubed on a chilled plate (kudos). Both yellow and red beets were piled into an easily shared serving size and topped with crushed pistachios and a variety of green sprouts. Alongside, a smear of goat cheese with a drizzle of pesto was provided to dredge the beets through before eating. I always appreciate a restaurant that understands the delicious pairing of beets and goat cheese. I thought it was odd that there was not a baked potato on the menu. There were mashed, fried and fingerling potatoes, but no baked potato. I asked the waitress why this was the case, but she admitted it was odd to her, as well. All doubt of why this was the case was completely eliminated when our steaks arrived. My filet mignon was topped with a generous pat of béarnaise butter atop and garnished two sprigs of fresh greens and my dining companion’s Delmonico came topped with fresh chives and enoki mushrooms with a tub of ginger-balsamic jus for dipping. We both ordered our steaks medium, and both steaks were prepared just right. The 16-ounce Delmonico had been expertly seared. Underneath the crispy, flavorful exterior, the meat was tender and succulent. My steak remained true to its one dimensional flavor reputation, which I love, and it was tender and wonderfully juicy. The fries arrived piping hot, but we only tasted them. The steaks were so good neither of us wanted to fill up on roots and waste a single bite of the main attraction. The fries were crispy and golden, and the green onion ranch dip was an appetizing departure from standard ranch.last_img read more

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY Were One Wilmington Extends Scholarship Deadline To May 18

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Did you know that We’re One Wilmington awards 3 scholarships annually?WOW awards (2) $2,500 We’re One Wilmington Community Service Scholarships to a college-bound senior based on a demonstrated passion for community service and (1) $2,500 Janet Coulouris Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a college-bound senior based on a demonstrated passion for the mental and physical health and welfare of humans or animals.Details, including criteria and guidelines, can be found at WOW’s scholarships webpage, as well as downloadable applications.For those having difficulty accessing our website, a secondary link has been created for easy access to WOW’s applications and overview information related to our scholarships:https://www.dropbox.com/s/ty0oxpdbzfvxy1z/We%27re%20One%20Wilmington%20Scholarship%20Overview.docx?dl=0WOW recently extended the scholarship application acceptance date to May 18th. For more information, please contact Catherine Maiella at cmaiella@gmail.com.(NOTE: The above announcement is from We’re One Wilmington.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWe’re One Wilmington Announces 3 $2,500 Scholarships For Wilmington SeniorsIn “Community”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Wilmington’s Cigna & Flanagan Receive Scholarships From Align Credit UnionIn “Education”Wilmington’s UniFirst Names 2019 Aldo Croatti and Ronald D. Croatti Scholarship RecipientsIn “Business”last_img read more

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT Wilmingtons Alexander Soper Named To Headmasters List At St Johns Prep

first_imgDANVERS, MA — Wilmington’s Alexander Soper (Class of 2018) was named to the Headmaster’s List for the fourth quarter of the 2017-2018 school year at St. John’s Prep.Students who qualified for the Headmaster’s List earned grades of A- or above in all courses; students who qualified for the Principal’s List earned grades of B+ or above in all courses; and students who qualified for the Honor Roll earned grades of B or above in all courses.(NOTE: The above information is from St. John’s Prep.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSTUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 6 Wilmington Students Earn Academic Honors At St. John’s PrepIn “Education”4 Wilmington Students Named To Honor Roll At St. John’s PrepIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Wilmington’s Ackerman & Soper Earn Academic Honors At St. John’s PrepIn “Education”last_img read more

Lexus rumored to be readying a luxury minivan for Shanghai report says

first_img Shanghai Motor Show 2019 Lexus 46 Photos 2020 Lexus RX first drive: Sharper image The 2019 Toyota Sienna offers huge space and lots of safety Post a comment More From Roadshow Enlarge ImageDoes this look like the face of a super swanky minivan? Some folks think it does. Lexus Here in the US, the minivan has started to fall by the wayside, relegated to its place in history as the butt of lazy jokes, as the SUV becomes the de facto family hauler. In China, however, that’s not the case.That’s why when Lexus announced that it would be debuting a new vehicle at the Shanghai Auto Show next month, it got some folks thinking that rather than a new RX or GX, maybe it would be a real deal, no B.S. luxury Lexus minivan.No, wait, stop laughing. We’re serious. The folks over at Lexus Enthusiast convinced us. See, not long after the brand made its teaser announcement for Shanghai, the Lexus Taiwan Facebook page posted some cryptic text talking about “Luxury of personal space” and so on, language which — as Lexus Enthusiast points out — is regularly used to sell minivans in Southeast Asia.It’s like the people of China and SE Asia saw Get Shorty back in 1995 and took the whole idea of “Cadillac of minivans” thing to heart. The boxy people-conveyers aren’t just sold to harried parents there, they are seen as real luxury vehicles for people with means and taste.This idea of a Lexus minivan makes even more sense when you consider the fact that Toyota has intimated that we could see a brand new Sienna on a new platform by 2021. An announcement of a new luxury van now means that its release could coincide with that refresh.Obviously, this is all a bunch of wild, tinfoil hat-wearing, bicycle conversation in A Scanner Darkly-style crazy speculation, but wouldn’t it be kind of cool?Lexus didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment. Minivans Luxury carscenter_img Share your voice 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid: First hybrid minivan wins on fuel economy Tags 0 New Lexus RX 450h adopts radical style, retains stellar hybrid fuel economy Lexus Toyotalast_img read more

Teslas latest wiring patent application Things get faster and more redundant

first_img 2019 Jaguar XE SV Project 8 review: The lovable lunatic Tesla Model 3 Review: Performance trim 1 Share your voice Enlarge ImageTesla’s new wiring patent application could mean that a single electrical fault won’t immediately cripple your self-driving car. Tim Stevens/Roadshow Having an electronic component on your car break is generally pretty damned annoying. Not only do you have a nonfunctioning feature on your vehicle, but you have to either spend way too much time diagnosing the problem yourself or paying someone else to do it.That problem becomes more severe if your car is driving itself and something happens to, say, one of its sensors. Current automotive wiring architectures don’t really have provisions for redundancy, and the way that most manufacturers construct their wiring harnesses is pretty complicated.Tesla thinks it’s found a new way to do things with more redundancy without dramatically increasing complexity and has filed a patent application to prove it. What’s even cooler is that Tesla’s system would also boost the speed at which data is transferred throughout the vehicle, in theory at least, according to a report published Monday by Electrek.teslapatentappEnlarge ImageThe new wiring design would increase data transfer speed and add levels of redundancy to future Tesla models. Tesla The way that Tesla’s proposed system would work is relatively straightforward. Instead of having a central processor and individual wires going to separate components without those components having any connection to one another beyond the central processor, Tesla would set its components up in loops.For example, you have a self-driving computer, and it’s connected to a variety of sensors and the primary vehicle computer. Instead of there being single channels of communication, the sensors and other components are also connected to one another. This gives data alternate paths to take if one aspect of the network is down.It’s like a city street. If there is a road closure, other avenues can serve as detours to help you get to your destination without having to sit and wait for the road to be reopened. This isn’t the first wiring architecture patent application that we’ve seen from the Big T recently. It filed an application earlier this year for a more modular wiring system that would simplify vehicle construction by using more modular subharnesses — for example a wiring harness for all the components of a door with one connector going to the main body harness, rather than a bunch of discrete connectors. Tesla More From Roadshowcenter_img Auto Tech Electric Cars Tags Tesla 2019 Mazda CX-5 Diesel review: Was it really worth the wait? Commentlast_img read more

Little Known Alaska Musher Spurs Japanese Musical

first_imgPhoto of Jujiro Wada. Licensed under PD-US via Wikipedia.A theater production coming to Anchorage this week honors the accomplishments of a little known character in Alaska’s history.Back around the turn of the twentieth century, one of the foremost dog drivers in Alaska was Jujiro Wada, a Japanese national who helped to blaze Alaska’s most famous trail.Download AudioIf you mention the word Iditarod, images of racing huskies, dogsleds and the last of the Alaska mountain men come to mind. Swenson, Buser, Seavey, Mackey are names that carved Iditarod history. But Jujiro Wada? Who’s he? Well, he’s the man who built the Iditarod Trail.University of Alaska  professor and Seward native Edgar Blatchford says Wada faced incredible odds.“It wasn’t like he had GPS or any food along the way. He carried a rifle, bullets and an empty sled, except for something to sleep in.”Blatchford is helping the Asian American Cultural Center bring the musical “Samurai Musher” to Alaska.  Back in 1909 Wada was renowned in what was to become the Alaska Territory, and his exploits were covered in newspapers of the time.“The Seward Chamber of Commerce, it was called the Board of Trade at that time, hired him to find a way to connect Seward to the gold camps in the Interior and eventually Nome. Jujiro Wada was hired at a dollar a day, and he hired what we like to think of as an international crew. And they set forward to blaze the trial from Seward to Nome.”Why Wada? Because he was considered the foremost musher in Alaska at the time.“Wada was credited from mushing forty to fifty thousand miles across Alaska,” says University of Alaska  professor Tony Nakazawa.Nakazawa says Wada came from Hinodemachi in Ehime Prefecture. He was born in 1875 into a samurai family down on its luck, and left home early to seek his fortune in the U.S. He first arrived in San Francisco.“One of the stories that is more prominent is that he was shanghaid by this Captain Norwood on the ship Ballena, and they were up in the Arctic waters, and their ship became icebound. And so Captain Norwood had Wada and a small group go on to shore and there he befriended the Brower family who mobilized the village and they came out and saved the people on the ship.”Wada first worked at the Cape Smyth Trading post with the legendary Charles Brower. It is was there that he learned his dog mushing skills. Later, he traveled with E.T. Barnette, the man who founded Fairbanks, and did his share of gold prospecting.He was a man of many talents — sailor, prospector, dog driver, and quite the adventurer. He was driven by the desire to make his fortune and send money back to his widowed mother in Japan.A 1995 book published in Japan,  “The Samurai Dog Musher Under the Northern Lights,” is credited with spurring interest in Wada in that country.The book was later translated into English by a Canadian who was documenting Wada’s travels for the Canadian Park Service.Now the Mikan Ichiza Playgroup,  from Wada’s hometown in Ehime Prefecture, has produced a musical  based on Wada’s storyNakazawa says the story captures public imagination in part because of its theme of mother and son devotion.“And there is a following among historians here in Alaska on Wada, but in terms of the communities, I don’t think it’s very well known. But one of the things that’s interesting about the Wada story is it was actually that he had written to his mother, sent money back to his mother from a distance.”Wada’s fortunes did not always run smoothly.  Nakazawa says Wada was once almost lynched because of a misunderstanding.“So one of the [newspaper] articles that we looked at had said that Wada was sent to much to Circle and Dawson City to build up Felix Pedro’s gold strike, and up to one thousand prospectors came to the Goldstream Valley area, and unfortunately, they didn’t find gold, as promised. And Wada almost met his demise, but fortunately, Mr. Barnett prevailed and Wada was spared.”And, as World War I loomed, Wada was faced with discrimination because of mistrust of the Japanese in the US.The stage production covers the triumphs and disappointments of Wada’s life from childhood in Japan to his adventures in Alaska, and through his declining years.Edgar Blatchford says Wada’s story is exactly the kind of thing that fascinates tourists who are looking for something beyond the usual attractions.“This is a major production. They are excited about it. They’ve put a lot of time into it. They are serious performers, and they recognize the connection between Japan and Alaska which gives Alaska great avenue for more and more people from Japan coming to visit Alaska and getting off the beaten path.”Wada eventually left Alaska. His later life is obscure, but we know he died in San Diego without ever having struck it rich.  But the growing interest in his life is sure to enrich his memory in Japan and Alaska.last_img read more

Growing tensions between Syrians and Turks in little Syria

first_imgA Syrian greengrocer displays bananas on a stall of his shop, in Gaziantep in the south-west province of Turkey on 1 May. Photo: AFPSome call it “little Syria” since it is impossible to walk down the main shopping streets in the southern Turkish city of Gaziantep without hearing traders and passers-by speaking Arabic.The city of two million lies close to the Syrian border and has welcomed nearly 500,000 of the 3.5 million Syrian refugees who have fled to Turkey since the civil war broke out in 2011.But it is a cohabitation that is not without tensions, despite reassurances by the authorities.“Here, we can consider that it is the capital of Syria, because there is more of them than us,” says Turkish shopkeeper Adil Bayraz.Bayraz who has run a grocery store for 30 years, estimates that 80 per cent of traders on the street where he is now are Syrian, though another trader a little down the road says the number is 90 per cent.In any case, Arabic resonates louder than Turkish in this shopping street.Spice shops, hookah (water pipe) sellers and Syrian bakeries as well as restaurants with Arabic-only menus follow one another along the street.“Our customers from Gaziantep no longer come here to shop. It has mostly become the market for Syrians,” Bayraz adds, emphasising he gets along well with his neighbours, eats Syrian food and has even learned a smattering of Arabic.According to Hasan Amanakh, a grocer down the road from Bayraz, shop rents have increased while his revenues have declined.“Since you let them come, do not let them open a shop, they come shop at ours,” he says angrily, addressing the authorities.Gaziantep mayor Fatma Sahin says the city is a model of integrating the Syrian refugees into Turkish life without causing social tensions.“We have managed to be one of the cities that has managed these difficult times successfully with the least damage for those people who live here,” she tells AFP.Ransacked Syrian shopsMany Syrians in Gaziantep are grateful to their “Turkish brothers” and say they feel welcome here.It is the case for Mohammad Al-Hamaoui, owner of a small coffee and spice house.“It has been seven years since I am here so I am known on the street,” he says. “Relations are normal and there is no problem… We go about our business with the Turks and Syrians without any stress.”But others, who asked not to be named, tell a different story: Syrian shops ransacked, homeowners refusing to rent apartments to Syrians, difficulties obtaining loans or even simply to open a bank account as well as daily anti-Syrian comments.In a January 2018 report entitled “Turkey’s Syrian Refugees: Defusing Metropolitan Tensions”, the International Crisis Group said incidents of communal violence increased threefold in the second half of 2017 compared to the same period in 2016.“At least 35 people died in these incidents during 2017, including 24 Syrians,” the report authors said, adding the potential for anti-refugee violence was highest in Turkey’s three big cities: Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir.Officials and pro-government media reports usually “downplay tensions”, the authors said, adding that this “stifles potentially salutary public debate”.Return to Syria?Seeking to address this discontent, president Recep Tayyip Erdogan often offers Turks reassurances that Syrian refugees are expected to return home.Since 2016, Turkey has launched two military operations in northern Syria to fight Kurdish militia and the Islamic State extremist group but also to create “safe zones” for the return of refugees.According to Erdogan, over 160,000 Syrians have already returned to these areas.“Ultimately when the security conditions are fulfilled, each will return home, to his own territory,” says Sahin.Asked about the tensions, Sahin replies: “We tell (residents) to be patient, we tell them that Syrians are beginning to leave and we are making big investments to meet their needs so that their quality of life does not deteriorate. And they understand us.”Yet this is not enough to convince everyone.“It’s impossible for them to leave because Syria, it’s finished, there is nothing left… it’s a ruin,” says Sinem, a housewife.She says she will “inevitably” have this question in mind when voting in the parliamentary and presidential polls on 24 June.Amanakh also says this will influence his vote.“There is a feeling of despair against the government,” he says. “Even those who supported them feel this revulsion.”last_img read more

HC directs states top officials to meet 3 party representatives

first_imgKolkata: The Division Bench of the Calcutta High Court on Friday denied permission to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for holding Rath yatra at the current juncture and directed the state Chief Secretary, Home Secretary and Director General of Police to hold meetings with three BJP leaders by December 12 and decide on the dates of the proposed rallies.The Division Bench said on Friday that it is essential that all problems are sorted out and a decision on the dates of the programme should be finalised by December 14 and accordingly the court may be informed. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeIt may be mentioned that the single Bench of Justice Tapabrata Chakraborty on Thursday had said that permission could not be granted at this stage for the BJP’s Rath yatra in Cooch Behar, which was scheduled to be flagged off by Amit Shah on Friday, as the state government pointed out that such an event could trigger ‘communal tension’. The single Bench had rejected the BJP’s petition to allow them to hold Rath yatras and put on hold such activities till January 9. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe BJP challenged the order and moved the division Bench on Friday. Justice Biswanath Somadder and Justice Arindam Mukherjee, however, modified the order of the single Bench by lifting the injunction on the Ratha yatra till January 9. The lawyer for the state said as per orders of the court the BJP will not be able to hold any such yatras till December 14. “The state government would decide whether or not to move Supreme Court challenging Friday’s High Court division Bench order,” said advocate Arka Kumar Nag who appeared on behalf of the state government. The division Bench on Friday disposed of an appeal by the BJP against a single Bench order of Thursday that refused permission for its Rath yatra by directing the state to hold the meeting by Wednesday. BJP national president Amit Shah is expected to be in the city on Saturday. “A democratic process has been suppressed in Bengal, with the misuse of power… This is undemocratic,” the BJP chief mentioned. “I will personally lead the Rath yatra when it happens. Our party workers in the state will not bow down to such tactics,” the party chief added. It may be mentioned that the BJP had planned three Rath yatras across Bengal starting from Cooch Behar on December 7. The second rally was scheduled at Sagar Islands on December 9 and the third at Tarapith in Birbhum on December 14. With the division Bench order, the saffron party will now have to revise their schedule after getting a response from the state government officials as directed by the court.last_img read more

Viv Siri Creators New AI Platform Can Almost Think for Itself

first_img This story originally appeared on PCMag Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 4 min read Dag Kittlaus wants you to imagine buying a consumer electronic device in the near future. You take it out the box, plug it into the wall, unlock it with a biometric thumbprint, and then the device comes to life. “Hi, nice to meet you,” it says, before walking you through its setup via natural conversation.That scenario isn’t too far away, according to Kittlaus, who used today’s TechCrunch Disrupt in Brooklyn as part of a coming-out-party for Viv, a new voice-activated digital assistant. After three round of venture capital (VC) funding and more than a year in development, Viv is ready for primetime.Viv is an artificial intelligence (AI) platform that gives developers and hardware makers the ability to imbue any product or interface with a conversational user interface (UI). It’s AI that talks to you, but not in quite the same way as the machine-learning bots we’re beginning to see in chat interfaces from Facebook, Microsoft, and others. It’s less about intuitively surfacing relevant search results or product suggestions, and more about actually having a conversation with an app or device where the device is essentially thinking for itself.What went unsaid at Disrupt is that Viv is positioning itself as the next evolution of personal assistants like Cortana, Google Now, and yes, Siri. Kittlaus knows a thing or two about that; he’s the co-founder and former CEO of Siri, which Apple acquired for more than $200 million in 2010.The biggest benefit of the AI explosion is convenience for everyday users, he says.”AI will make mundane tasks easier to do, and approach user experience in a more personalized way. When you ask your app or device for something, you won’t have to explain every bit of detail each time. It starts to know you,” said Kittlaus. “Conversations are a natural way to interact with humans, and conversational UIs are just a more natural way to interact with your technology.”Viv writes its own code.Kittlaus said the start-up will partner with manufacturers to get Viv up and running in embedded devices, along with giving developers the ability to integrate Viv into their mobile app or software through Viv-as-a-Platform. He gave the first-ever Viv demo (below), asking Viv in different variations of natural language about the weather in several locations on various days, booking a hotel room, paying a friend back through Venmo, and sending flower arrangements for Mother’s Day.During the demo of Viv’s developer center, Kittlaus explained how developers can teach Viv new concepts and intents and watch its speech recognition improve over time. What makes Viv’s AI truly unique, though, is a patented computer science breakthrough called dynamic program generation — it’s software that writes itself.”We’ve had a breakthrough with Viv in the way programmers work with computers. They’re no longer required to teach machines step by step and code every single line,” said Kittlaus. “Instead, you’re describing what you want the system to do and modeling it, and the computer does the rest.” “Our goal is ubiquity,” said Kittlaus. “If Viv’s conversational UI became the de facto interface for everything you do, that radically simplifies the tech norm.”This is where Viv stands apart from other digital assistants, and even from other natural-language processing and machine-learning platforms like IBM Watson. In 10 milliseconds, Viv can write a 44-step program figuring out the context around a query. All that dynamic code generation in the background makes for a faster, more natural conversational UI.The TechCrunch Disrupt moderator ended by asking whether Viv and other advances in AI will may spell the end for the human race, as tech leaders like Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, and others have predicted. Kittlaus is skeptical. “I don’t think this is the beginning of the end quite yet,” he responded. May 10, 2016 Enroll Now for Freelast_img read more

USB 32 promises twice the performance of USB 31

first_imgUSB 3.2 promises twice the performance of USB 3.1 by Martin Brinkmann on July 27, 2017 in Hardware – Last Update: July 27, 2017 – 20 commentsUSB 3.0 was a big step up from USB 2.0 in terms of performance, which in turn was a big improvement over USB 1.0.It then got a bit confusing when USB 3.1 was introduced, as it was decided to rename USB 3.0 devices to USB 3.1 Gen 1, and pave the way for USB 3.1 Gen 2 devices on top of that.USB 3.1 Gen 2, or SuperSpeed USB 10 Gbps, is the fastest version of USB right now. It offers speeds up to 10 Gbit/s which effectively doubles the speed of USB 3.1 Gen 2 devices which are good for a maximum transfer speed of 5 Gbit/s.The USB 3.0 Promoter Group announced the pending release of the USB 3.2 specification on July 25, 2017. It is an incremental update that introduces multi-lan operations for new hosts and devices that support USB 3.2 as well as other improvements such as fast charging advancements.Tip: use USB Device Tree View to get a quick overview of all USB devices on Windows.USB 3.2New USB 3.2 hosts and devices can now be designed as multi-lane solutions, allowing for up to two lanes of 5 Gbps or two lanes of 10 Gbps operation. This enables platform developers to continue advancing USB products to fit their customers’ needs by effectively doubling the performance across existing cables. For example, a USB 3.2 host connected to a USB 3.2 storage device will now be capable of realizing over 2 GB/sec data transfer performance over an existing USB Type-C™ cable that is certified for SuperSpeed USB 10 GbpsUSB 3.2 doubles the performance of USB 3.1 Gen 1 devices. They make use of USB Type-C cables and connectors, but require new hardware to make use of the advancements. This means that devices, e.g. a hard drive connected via USB need to come with USB 3.2 support, and that the machine these devices get connected to needs to support it as well. So, this means essentially a new motherboard or, if available, PCI Express cards that add support for USB 3.2 to the computer.For users to obtain the full benefit of this performance increase, a new USB 3.2 host must be used with a new USB 3.2 device and the appropriate certified USB Type-C cable.The USB 3.2 update targets developers first and foremost at this time according to the announcement. The USB 3.0 Promoter Group plans to reveal a formal release of the new specification in September 2017.It will take some time before first devices will become available to consumers though, and that it will take even longer for devices to really take advantage of the improved performance that USB 3.2 offer.Now You: What’s the maximum USB version that your computer supports?SummaryArticle NameUSB 3.2 promises twice the performance of USB 3.1DescriptionThe USB 3.0 Promoter Group announced the pending release of the USB 3.2 specification on July 25, 2017, which describes the next version of USB.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

11 pics of hot naked guys with diverse body types from around

first_imgLiam on shooting in Yokohama, Japan‘I love Japan and had a great time making this issue, partly because it’s an amazing culture and also partly because I managed to get my husband Mark to be my assistant shooting it! However, this was the most difficult edition to make. Guys were super-conservative, afraid even to take a shirt off in public, if I could convince them at all to participate.Tyler from Yokohama‘Then to add to the frustration, they were slower to submit their stories than the Lisbon guys. This led me to actually postpone the publication of this edition by seven months. I arranged a last-minute issue in Cardiff to take its place. The end result is beautiful and surprisingly multicultural.’Liam on shooting in Providence, USA‘From the beginning I knew that eventually we’d have to feature a US city for Elska. But no one would have expected it to be Providence, Rhode Island rather than somewhere more known like New York or San Francisco.Gwen from Providence‘But I went for it anyway. Because I just adore this city and hoped customers would buy it even if they’d never heard of the place.Alexander from Providence‘In the end it’s actually my favourite issue for its diversity and quality of stories. Even though technically it’s our lowest seller. (Although it’s the third biggest seller among US customers). Still, it’s the one I like to show people who’ve never seen Elska. It’s the best example of what Elska is all about.’Samuel from ProvidenceTo see a list of where Elska Magazine is sold around the world or to order a copy online, visit elskamagazine.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Henry from Cardiff‘At least Cardiff was only a train ride from my home in London if I’d needed to return to shoot more, but fortunately the hard drive was able to be rescued and almost everything was saved. I’ll also remember Cardiff as a place that really proved to me that the UK isn’t all about England. The culture here felt so different, truly like a different culture, and I was proud to demonstrate that to readers.’Liam on shooting in Brussels, Belgium‘This most recent edition has my favourite cover because it has a sort of fashion element that I adore!’Jian from Brussels‘But mainly Brussels sticks out because of the crazy experience I had shooting two guys who started to have sex during the shoot. 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I thought it would be near-impossible to find guys willing to participate in a mainly gay publication, let alone people who might do nude shoots. But I was so wrong.’Efe from Istanbul ‘Istanbul is full of people defiantly living contrary to the ultra-Islamist goals of the current government, so for me, I found them the most daring, open, and up-for-anything of any Elska city. It’s also the city I’d most like to return to for a visit, and maybe one day a second volume.’Liam on shooting in Lisbon, Portugal‘The old architecture, the steep urban hills, the quaint trams, the warm colours, the beautiful tiles, the sun and sea… Lisbon is perhaps the most beautiful city we’ve shot in. But it was also a bit of a pain putting the issue together!’Ricardo from Lisbon‘I guess it’s something about that lazy Mediterranean attitude, but it was really hard getting these guys to submit their stories by the print deadline. 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I started by making the stupid mistake of only coming for four days, but somehow we managed to shoot 13 guys in that time.Semen from Lviv‘I then made other mistakes, like only suggesting that the guys write a story. Still, the Ukrainian men are probably universally the most attractive people I’d seen in any Elska city, so even without many stories, it’s not a bad issue to leaf through!’Liam on shooting in Reykjavik, Iceland ‘I’ll always remember this as the disaster city because on the sixth day of shooting, my computer died, and I’d not backed up my photos to the cloud since after the first day, meaning I’d potentially lost ten shoots! 15 raw, honest pics of guys with varied body shapes nude, in underwear (NSFW)13 powerful and occasionally nude photos of cute LA guys (NSFW)14 incredibly hot, everyday guys from Belgium pose for gay bookazine Elska (NSFW)Read the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/11-images-of-hot-naked-guys-global/last_img read more

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first_img MONTREAL — Passengers on board Air Transat flights will soon be able to access free in-flight entertainment (IFE) delivered by Bluebox Wow thanks to an agreement between the airline and Bluebox Aviation Systems. The Bluebox Wow portable wireless streaming platform will be deployed on Air Transat’s fleet in an arrangement designed to meet both seasonal demands on the airline’s fleet and the additional temporary aircraft it brings in to meet that demand, ensuring both flexibility and consistency of IFE services, says the airline. The deployment, which is awaiting final Transport Canada approvals, will see Bluebox Wow in service on a range of both narrow- and wide-body aircraft in Air Transat’s fleet, including A310s, A321ceos, A321neos, and B737s. The deployment is expected to include 17 aircraft during the summer 2019 season but will expand to 38 aircraft for the winter season.“Offering a seamless IFE experience across a fleet like ours, with different aircraft types and some only joining our fleet for seasonal deployment, is a challenge,” said Dave Bourdages, VP In-Flight Services and Customer Experience, Air Transat. “Introducing Bluebox Wow across all of these aircraft resolves that challenge and will deliver the same high-quality experience to all. Bluebox Wow offers a powerful range of capabilities and we are excited to deploy a system upon which we can further develop our in-cabin experience”Bluebox Wow provides wireless content streamed to passenger devices in any aircraft cabin, including a wide range of film, TV, audio, games and other digital content. Travelweek Group Air Transat ups its game with Bluebox Wow inflight entertainment Share Thursday, April 4, 2019 center_img Posted by Tags: Air Transat, Bluebox Wow << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

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first_imgArizona Cardinals outside linebacker Chandler Jones (55) celebrates his sack against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) Jones was the only one who finished in the top three who was not on a playoff team.Campbell, who finished second in voting, played his first nine seasons with the Cardinals before signing with the Jaguars last season. He also enjoyed a career high in sacks with 14.5, finishing second in the NFL behind Jones.Interestingly enough, out of the eight players who received votes for the award, Campbell was the only player to represent a team in the AFC.Donald finished second in the league with five forced fumbles. He pounded quarterbacks with 11 sacks including three against the Seattle Seahawks Dec. 17 and a game-ending sack against the 49ers on Thursday night on Sept. 21.All of the top three in Defensive Player of the Year voting were defensive lineman. In fact, 49 of the 52 votes dished out for the award were issued to defensive lineman. Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 21 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Cardinals outside linebacker Chandler Jones made a strong push for 2017 Defensive Player of the Year but came up just short, finishing third in final voting.Aaron Donald of the Los Angeles Rams and Calais Campbell of the Jacksonville Jaguars finished ahead of Jones, with Donald taking home the honor.Jones led the NFL with 17.0 sacks and also set a career high with 52 solo tackles.The six-year veteran played his first four seasons with New England before coming to the Cardinals in 2016. He has 28 total sacks in his first two seasons with Arizona and has registered double-digit sacks in four of his six seasons as a pro. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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