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  • Samsung burning to regain trust with results of Note 7 fires probe -

    FILE PHOTO - An exchanged Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 is seen at the company's headquarters in SeoulBy Hyunjoo Jin SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd plans on Monday to reveal reasons behind the spontaneous combustion of its recalled Galaxy Note 7, as the world's biggest smartphone maker works to regain consumer trust before launching its next premium model. The announcement would come more than three months after Samsung scrapped the short-lived competitor of Apple Inc's iPhones, costing $5.3 billion in operating profit. Its reputation damaged, sales of the Galaxy S8 will be widely seen as a barometer of Samsung's ability to bounce back from the debacle.


  • Foxconn CEO says investment for display plant in U.S. would exceed $7 billion -

    FILE PHOTO Founder and chairman of Taiwan's Foxconn Technology Terry Gou is shown on a screen during the third annual World Internet Conference in Wuzhen town of JiaxingFoxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker, is considering setting up a display-making plant in the United States in an investment that would exceed $7 billion, company chairman and chief executive Terry Gou said on Sunday. The plans come after U.S. President Donald Trump pledged to put "America First" in his inauguration speech on Friday, prompting Gou to warn about the rise of protectionism and a trend for politics to underpin economic development. Foxconn's proposal to build a display plant, which would be planned with its Sharp Corp unit, depend on many factors, such as investment conditions, that would have to be negotiated at the U.S. state and federal levels, Gou told reporters on the sidelines of a company event.


  • China sets up $14.6 billion internet investment fund: Xinhua -

    Customers use computers at an internet cafe in HefeiBy Dominique Patton BEIJING (Reuters) - China has set up a 100 billion yuan ($14.55 billion) fund to support investment in the internet sector, said official news agency Xinhua on Sunday. The fund, backed by China's cabinet, is designed to help turn China into a major player in internet technology, said the report. An initial 30 billion yuan has already been raised from major banks and telecoms firms including ICBC, China Mobile and China Unicom.


  • UK seeks interventionist approach to drive post-Brexit industrial revival -

    Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves the BBC's Broadcasting House in LondonBy William James LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will on Monday outline a new, interventionist approach to balancing its heavily services-based economy for the post-Brexit era, seeking to reinvigorate industrial production and stimulate investment in technology and R&D. Unveiling her long-awaited 'Modern Industrial Strategy', Prime Minister Theresa May will demand closer collaboration within key industries in exchange for government support on regulation, trade and research. May will ask businesses to work together to tackle industry-specific challenges, citing examples of successful collaboration that have helped attract overseas investment from the likes of carmaker Nissan , and enabled aerospace firms such as BAE Systems to develop a competitive edge.


  • As nuclear loss grows, Toshiba needs chip investors, soon -

    FILE PHOTO - Workers prepare the new year's eve numerals above a Toshiba sign in Times Square in Manhattan, New York City, U.S.By Makiko Yamazaki and Kentaro Hamada TOKYO (Reuters) - With mounting writedowns from its nuclear business, Japan's Toshiba Corp is looking to sell part of its core semiconductors business, a world No.2 in the flash memory chips used in smartphones. Toshiba, which warned last month of multi-billion dollar charges for U.S. nuclear project cost overruns, wants to boost its capital base by the end of the financial year in March. Failure to offset the nuclear hit could wipe out already thin shareholder equity and push the company into negative net worth - jeopardizing its role in public infrastructure projects and its place on the Tokyo Stock Exchange's 'first section', for larger companies.


  • Apple files $1 billion lawsuit against chip supplier Qualcomm -

    People line up at an Apple store shortly before it opens in BeijingQualcomm is a major supplier to both Apple and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd for "modem" chips that connect phones to wireless networks. The two companies together accounted for 40 percent of Qualcomm's $23.5 billion in revenue in its most recent fiscal year. In the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, Apple accused Qualcomm of overcharging for chips and refusing to pay some $1 billion in promised rebates.


  • The ?nice guy? becomes a horror movie monster in Berlin Syndrome -

    The ?nice guy? becomes a horror movie monster in Berlin SyndromeThe film stars Teresa Palmer (Lights Out) as Clare, a young woman visiting Germany who crosses paths with an aw-shucks English teacher named Andi (Sense8?s Max Riemelt). Andi, you see, is a nice guy, one of those fellas that seems charming and harmless, but who secretly holds some perverse ideas when it comes to emotional entitlement and what role consent plays in a relationship.


  • The ?nice guy? becomes a horror movie monster in Berlin Syndrome -

    The ?nice guy? becomes a horror movie monster in Berlin SyndromeThere are plenty of horror movies featuring aliens, ghouls, and masked slashers, but I appreciate it most when the genre finds terror in the real world. The film stars Teresa Palmer (Lights Out) as Clare, a young woman visiting Germany who crosses paths with an aw-shucks English teacher named Andi (Sense8?s Max Riemelt). Andi, you see, is a nice guy, one of those fellas that seems charming and harmless, but who secretly holds some perverse ideas when it comes to emotional entitlement and what role consent plays in a relationship.


  • Photos from the Women?s March on Washington and across the nation -

    Photos from the Women?s March on Washington and across the nationThe Women?s March in New York City heads west on 42nd Street past Grand Central TerminalPhoto by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The VergeOn Saturday, January 21, in the wake of President Donald Trump being sworn into office, more than a million women ? and men ? of all ages marched in cities around the US and vocalized support women?s rights and for broader equality. ...


  • Photos from the Women?s March on Washington and across the nation -

    Photos from the Women?s March on Washington and across the nationThe Women?s March in New York City heads west on 42nd Street past Grand Central Terminal Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge On Saturday, January 21, in the wake of President Donald Trump being sworn into office, more than a million women ? and men ? of all ages marched in cities around the US and vocalized support women?s rights and for broader equality. ...


  • No more nerds, sex bombs: Female animators draw away clichés -

    No more nerds, sex bombs: Female animators draw away clichésThe California Institute of the Arts was created partly by Walt Disney's desire to bring more top-flight animators into the profession. And it has during its 47 years, though for a long time almost all ...


  • This squishy robot squeezes pig hearts to keep them pumping -

    This squishy robot squeezes pig hearts to keep them pumpingWith a squishy embrace, a new soft robot can keep a weak and failing heart pumping. Researchers at Harvard developed a new soft robot that is basically a sleeve with silicone muscles that twist into a heart shape ? much like the muscles in the heart itself. When the researchers tested it in pigs suffering from cardiac arrest (induced by drugs), the soft robot was able to get the pig?s hearts pumping blood again.


  • This squishy robot squeezes pig hearts to keep them pumping -

    This squishy robot squeezes pig hearts to keep them pumpingWith a squishy embrace, a new soft robot can keep a weak and failing heart pumping. Researchers at Harvard developed a new soft robot that is basically a sleeve with silicone muscles that twist into a heart shape ? much like the muscles in the heart itself. When the researchers tested it in pigs suffering from cardiac arrest (induced by drugs), the soft robot was able to get the pig?s hearts pumping blood again.


  • The Al Gore VR movie makes global warming inconveniently gorgeous -

    The Al Gore VR movie makes global warming inconveniently gorgeousIn 2014, a company called Condition One released the first extended 360-degree Oculus Rift film. It was a narratively and visually disjointed pseudo-documentary shot on early 360-degree film equipment, and for the initial crop of VR fans, a bit of a letdown. The short is a major step forward for Condition One, and an example of how well virtual reality video can capture big natural landscapes ? albeit with a premise that makes this achievement sort of awkward.


  • The Al Gore VR movie makes global warming inconveniently gorgeous -

    The Al Gore VR movie makes global warming inconveniently gorgeousIn 2014, a company called Condition One released the first extended 360-degree Oculus Rift film. It was a narratively and visually disjointed pseudo-documentary shot on early 360-degree film equipment, and for the initial crop of VR fans, a bit of a letdown. The short is a major step forward for Condition One, and an example of how well virtual reality video can capture big natural landscapes ? albeit with a premise that makes this achievement sort of awkward.


  • Give Me Future is a powerful doc about Cuban youth culture disguised as an EDM concert -

    Give Me Future is a powerful doc about Cuban youth culture disguised as an EDM concert?There?s something young happening here,? DJ Walshy Fire says late into the sprawling, inspiring concert documentary Give Me Future. A little over a year after President Obama eased the 54-year trade sanction against Cuba, Major Lazer went to Havana for an unprecedented mega-scale outdoor concert.


  • Give Me Future is a powerful doc about Cuban youth culture disguised as an EDM concert -

    Give Me Future is a powerful doc about Cuban youth culture disguised as an EDM concert?There?s something young happening here,? DJ Walshy Fire says late into the sprawling, inspiring concert documentary Give Me Future. A little over a year after President Obama eased the 54-year trade sanction against Cuba, Major Lazer went to Havana for an unprecedented mega-scale outdoor concert.


  • Give Me Future is a powerful doc about Cuban youth culture disguised as an EDM concert -

    Give Me Future is a powerful doc about Cuban youth culture disguised as an EDM concert?There?s something young happening here,? DJ Walshy Fire says late into the sprawling, inspiring concert documentary Give Me Future. A little over a year after President Obama eased the 54-year trade sanction against Cuba, Major Lazer went to Havana for an unprecedented mega-scale outdoor concert.


  • Give Me Future is a powerful doc about Cuban youth culture disguised as an EDM concert -

    Give Me Future is a powerful doc about Cuban youth culture disguised as an EDM concert?There?s something young happening here,? DJ Walshy Fire says late into the sprawling, inspiring concert documentary Give Me Future. A little over a year after President Obama eased the 54-year trade sanction against Cuba, Major Lazer went to Havana for an unprecedented mega-scale outdoor concert.


  • James Cameron is rumored to oversee Terminator sequels, but it?s not so simple -

    James Cameron is rumored to oversee Terminator sequels, but it?s not so simpleDeadline is reporting that James Cameron is engaged in early talks to return to his Terminator franchise, not as a director, but in a godfather role for Deadpool?s Tim Miller, who would direct a ?reboot and conclusion? to the franchise. Cameron only regains some of the rights to Terminator in 2019, and a lot can happen in the film industry in two years. Cameron is currently working on a four sequels to 2009?s Avatar, which are expected to come out between 2018 and 2023, while Miller could easily pick up a different project between now and then.


  • James Cameron is rumored to oversee Terminator sequels, but it?s not so simple -

    James Cameron is rumored to oversee Terminator sequels, but it?s not so simpleDeadline is reporting that James Cameron is engaged in early talks to return to his Terminator franchise, not as a director, but in a godfather role for Deadpool?s Tim Miller, who would direct a ?reboot and conclusion? to the franchise. Cameron only regains some of the rights to Terminator in 2019, and a lot can happen in the film industry in two years. Cameron is currently working on a four sequels to 2009?s Avatar, which are expected to come out between 2018 and 2023, while Miller could easily pick up a different project between now and then.


  • It?s 2017, every city needs buses with USB ports -

    It?s 2017, every city needs buses with USB portsTokyo has begun quietly testing out USB ports on a single bus in its metro area, according to the Japanese publication IT Media. There?s been no official word from Tokyo transportation authorities, and given that the test includes only one bus, that isn?t too surprising. There have been a few cities, such as Singapore and London, that have run small trials with USB ports on city buses over the past few years, according to The Next Web.


  • Two of YouTube?s best trends combine in one audio / video delight: the ?thawing video? -

    Two of YouTube?s best trends combine in one audio / video delight: the ?thawing video?ASMR is to audio as melting videos are to visuals. Today, I?d like to introduce you to the perfect marriage of both: ASMR defrosting. This thawing video from YouTube channel Stereokroma is seven-plus minutes of different vegetables and fruits doing exactly that.


  • Two of YouTube?s best trends combine in one audio / video delight: the ?thawing video? -

    Two of YouTube?s best trends combine in one audio / video delight: the ?thawing video?ASMR is to audio as melting videos are to visuals. Today, I?d like to introduce you to the perfect marriage of both: ASMR defrosting. This thawing video from YouTube channel Stereokroma is seven-plus minutes of different vegetables and fruits doing exactly that.


  • It?s 2017, every city needs buses with USB ports -

    It?s 2017, every city needs buses with USB portsTokyo has begun quietly testing out USB ports on a single bus in its metro area, according to the Japanese publication IT Media. There?s been no official word from Tokyo transportation authorities, and given that the test includes only one bus, that isn?t too surprising. There have been a few cities, such as Singapore and London, that have run small trials with USB ports on city buses over the past few years, according to The Next Web.


  • NASA is asking the public to select Juno?s next pictures of Jupiter -

    NASA is asking the public to select Juno?s next pictures of JupiterNASA?s Juno Spacecraft is currently orbiting Jupiter, taking some spectacular images as it studies the gas giant?s atmosphere. Juno will approach Jupiter?s North Pole and will swing south, ending the flyby below the South Pole and will take pictures using JunoCam, a visible-light camera. NASA noted that the spacecraft is limited ?by the amount of onboard data storage? is has onboard, so it has to be picky with what it takes pictures of.


  • NASA is asking the public to select Juno?s next pictures of Jupiter -

    NASA is asking the public to select Juno?s next pictures of JupiterNASA?s Juno Spacecraft is currently orbiting Jupiter, taking some spectacular images as it studies the gas giant?s atmosphere. Juno will approach Jupiter?s North Pole and will swing south, ending the flyby below the South Pole and will take pictures using JunoCam, a visible-light camera. NASA noted that the spacecraft is limited ?by the amount of onboard data storage? is has onboard, so it has to be picky with what it takes pictures of.


  • AT&T is losing cellphone customers, fast -AT&T is steaming ahead at full speed with its plan to merge with media company Time Warner. That's probably a good thing for the company's bottom line, as the wireless business is losing customers at speed. According to an analyst note from Cowen and Company Equity Research, seen by  Fierce Wireless , AT&T is leading other carriers in customers departing every quarter. "?When asking postpaid subscribers that have been with their carrier (less than) two years which carrier did they previously have, the top answer for current Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon respondents was ?previously AT&T,? whereas in previous surveys it?s been more mixed," the note reportedly said. That makes sense when you look at AT&T's numbers. The company lost 268,000 subscribers during Q3 2016, and a Wells Fargo analyst predicted  that the company lost another 220,000 in the fourth quarter. AT&T claims the subscriber losses are due to a new, more focused retentions system, whereby they focus more on lucrative customers, and allow those on cheaper plans to defect to other cell carriers. That's what you'd expect a company that's slowly fading to say, but it does also make a small amount of sense given AT&T's recent direction. It's focusing more on high-value customers who buy cable, TV and wireless service in a bundle, or those who at least subscribe to DirecTV Now. The strategy adopted by T-Mobile , which is probably stealing most of AT&T's customers, is nearly the complete opposite. For T-Mobile, it's all about selling the single semi-unlimited data plan it now offers and getting multiple lines onto one account. Time is going to tell which strategy ultimately makes more money, but history is more in favor of T-Mobile's direction here. The economics of wireless leans in favor of the more customers, the better. The additional cost of letting one more customer use your giant national infrastructure is low, so the more customers you have, the easier it is to grow your network -- and the data shows that the one thing people really care about is good service.
  • Villains and vixens dominate cartoon roles for women -

    This undated sketch by Stephanie Delazeri, an animation student at California Institute of the Arts in Santa Clarita, Calif., shows "The Princess," an archetypal female character. More women are entering the field of animation, and one of their goals is to create more realistic female characters. Cal Arts instructor Erica Larsen-Dockray, who teaches a class on "The Animated Woman," said of The Princess: She has an impossibly tiny waist and is gorgeous beyond belief. Big eyes, flowing locks, luscious lips and a heart-shaped face. She's historically usually white and depicted as innocent and virginal. About the typical princess' waistline, Larsen-Dockray said: "If they were life-size, they would not have space in their bodies for reproductive organs." (Stephanie Delazeri/California Institute of the Arts via AP)SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (AP) ? More women are entering the field of animation, and one of their goals is to create more realistic female characters ? not just the stereotypical nerds, sex bombs and villains that dominate now.


  • Secure e-mail service Lavabit relaunches, citing need for security in ?post-Snowden world? -

    Secure e-mail service Lavabit relaunches, citing need for security in ?post-Snowden world?When Edward Snowden leaked details of the NSA?s mass surveillance program PRISM in 2013, he had been using a secure e-mail service called Lavabit. Later that summer, the service shut down after the government ordered its owner to turn over the site?s encryption keys. Now, four years later, Lavabit is relaunching.


  • Secure e-mail service Lavabit relaunches, citing need for security in ?post-Snowden world? -

    Secure e-mail service Lavabit relaunches, citing need for security in ?post-Snowden world?When Edward Snowden leaked details of the NSA?s mass surveillance program PRISM in 2013, he had been using a secure e-mail service called Lavabit. Later that summer, the service shut down after the government ordered its owner to turn over the site?s encryption keys. Now, four years later, Lavabit is relaunching.


  • What happens to an online relationship when the forum that launched it dies? -

    What happens to an online relationship when the forum that launched it dies?On April 16th, 2013, IamDRock went into the forum and wrote a post titled I Love Rainbowdasher. Rainbowdasher has become a very important part of my life and I have come to care about her very much and I no longer can hold my feelings in and I have to confess that my feelings for rainbowdasher are very real. we care about each other very much. We have never met in person but our interactions with one another go far beyond talking on EP.EP is the Experience Project, an online community that connects anonymous people with others who share their experiences. ...


  • What happens to an online relationship when the forum that launched it dies? -

    What happens to an online relationship when the forum that launched it dies?On April 16th, 2013, IamDRock went into the forum and wrote a post titled I Love Rainbowdasher. Rainbowdasher has become a very important part of my life and I have come to care about her very much and I no longer can hold my feelings in and I have to confess that my feelings for rainbowdasher are very real. we care about each other very much. We have never met in person but our interactions with one another go far beyond talking on EP.EP is the Experience Project, an online community that connects anonymous people with others who share their experiences. ...


  • Taiwan's Foxconn chief confirms mulling $7 bn US investment -

    Journalists (in foreground) watch a large video screen showing Terry Gou, founder of Foxconn parent Hon Hai group, during a shareholders conference at the company's headquarters in Tucheng in New Taipei City on June 22, 2016The head of Taiwan's tech giant Foxconn confirmed Sunday he is considering a $7 billion investment to make TV flat panels in the United States in a joint project with Japan's SoftBank. US President Donald Trump had announced before taking office a $50 billion deal with SoftBank which he said would generate 50,000 jobs. Trump was speaking last month alongside SoftBank's chief executive Masayoshi Son, who displayed a document which indicated Softbank and Foxconn would "commit to invest $50bn + $7bn in US, generate 50k + 50k new jobs in US in next four years".


  • Hue is a dollhouse-like virtual reality experience about depression -

    Hue is a dollhouse-like virtual reality experience about depressionLightly interactive motion-controlled virtual reality narrative. ?Hue? is a young writer whose loss of interest in life manifests as a literal lack of color in the world. Hue has its art style figured out in a way that many VR experiences don?t.


  • Hue is a dollhouse-like virtual reality experience about depression -

    Hue is a dollhouse-like virtual reality experience about depressionLightly interactive motion-controlled virtual reality narrative. ?Hue? is a young writer whose loss of interest in life manifests as a literal lack of color in the world. By nudging and directing him with an Oculus Touch controller, a participant can help him move through a series of vignettes that help him rediscover joy.


  • The oldest TV technology is getting popular again with cordcutters -We've all heard the term "cord cutting" more times than we can stand, but it often seems like, despite the fact that many cable and satellite customers talk about it, very few people are actually axing their pay-TV services in favor of something else. A new study suggests that while it might not seem like many people are actually going back to over-the-air TV, the movement is actually gaining some serious traction. According to the report, a full 15% of households with broadband connections have gone back to TV via antenna exclusively. "Pay-TV subscriptions have dropped each year since 2014, falling to 81% of U.S. broadband households in Q3 2016,? Brett Sappington, Senior Director of Research with Parks Associates, said of the data. ?Several factors have played a part in this decline, including growth in the OTT video market, increasing costs for pay-TV services, and consumer awareness of available online alternatives." It's important to note that many of the cord cutters are likely not relying solely on their local broadcasters for content, but are instead embracing streaming services in place of their traditional cable or satellite options. Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, and even Twitch are starting to seriously make a case for themselves as primary video services, rather than supplementary add-ons alongside a monthly cable bill. Still, it's an impressive figure that seems to be growing rather steadily, and with  dissatisfaction in many cable providers at an all-time high, it's hard to imagine this trend doing anything but growing for the foreseeable future.

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