October 8, 2018 Updated: 10:39 PM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The San Diego Republicans are celebrating the confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh tonight at the White House.This after one of the most dramatic Supreme Court vetting in history.KUSI’s Ashlie Rodriguez joined us live from The Town and Country Hotel in Mission Valley Monday, where GOP candidates and activists gathered. Ashlie Rodriguez Posted: October 8, 2018 San Diego Republicans celebrate, as Justice Kavanaugh is sworn in Categories: Local San Diego News, National & International News, Politics FacebookTwitter Ashlie Rodriguez,
What’s This Mean For Everybody Else? Maybe Nothing The move could have significant impact on the emergence of other digital newsstands as well as other dotcom giants like Amazon that offer free mobile apps so users of devices like the iPad can make purchases directly from the Kindle app. While Apple has made more money selling devices than content and apps, requiring people to access more content from more sources on their iPhones and iPads would require more people to buy more devices, according to The New York Times. However, Amazon (and Barnes & Noble) may not face the same problems as Sony because they enable consumers to buy books directly from their sites, which wasn’t the case with the Sony Reader Store, according to Mashable. Apple, potentially Google and publishing industry home team Next Issue Media are all reportedly working on their one-stop shops for digital periodicals, while Barnes & Noble, Amazon and some of the digital magazine vendors, such as Zinio, are already offering a newsstand experience. Next Issue Media has said its storefront will only be compatible with Google’s Android system to start while some observers have wondered whether standalone newsstands like Zinio will maintain their independence or fold into iTunes once Apple launches its newsstand (Zinio says it has “no comment” on Apple’s latest decision). However, many of the digital edition providers say the steps Apple is taking won’t hurt publishers. Digital edition provider Yudu (which has tied its offerings directly to Apple products such as the iPad) says Apple’s new policy could actually benefit smaller and medium-sized publishers by offering a far larger audience through the App store than they could ever get through print. “This announcement will mark an improved user experience and allow for easier access to their chosen material, directly from the App Store,” says Yudu CEO Richard Stephenson. “The consumer will no longer have to navigate away from the App Store to third party portals and payment gateways.” Texterity is “relieved” with what it’s hearing from Apple. “What they’re asking is reasonable,” says Texterity president Martin Hensel. “We do a lot of b-to-b magazines and Apple is cool with us putting people through a qualification form. We do a lot of association magazines where the magazines come as part of the membership and Apple is cool with us verifying that someone is a member without having to go through the iApp process. The only time we have to offer the iApp process is when we’re selling a digital-only subscription or a print and digital subscription at a premium over print-alone.”Marcus Grimm, marketing director at Nxtbook Media, has a three-phase recommendation for publishers who want to develop Apple apps. “One, make sure your business plan can support giving Apple their cut, if it comes to that,” he says. “Two, publishers should also be working out their Android strategy, which is easier business-wise, though more complex technology-wise, with multiple versions to support. Three, this is yet more proof that publishers need to make sure their Apple investment is worth the return. Publishers can get their content on these devices effectively without spending an arm and a leg, particularly if Apple wants 30 percent of said limbs.” Apple has reportedly rejected Sony’s reader app from the App store for selling content within the app and letting customers make purchases outside the App store (such as within the Sony Reader Store, according to The New York Times). From now on, all in-app purchases have to go through Apple, according to Steve Haber, president of Sony’s digital reading division. “It’s the opposite of what we wanted to bring to the market,” Haber is quoted as saying by The Drum. “We always wanted to bring the content to as many devices as possible, not one device to one store.”The news comes the day before Apple and News Corp. are supposed to debut News Corp.’s new digital magazine The Daily, and many observers predict Apple will use that opportunity to unveil a new subscription system. Publishers may now need to start paying Apple the 30 percent commission that’s always existed but hasn’t been strictly enforced. Publishers will also have to make sure all apps comply with Apple’s developer guideline by March 31.
Windows 7 is on its way out. Microsoft If you still use Windows 7, it may be time to consider an upgrade. Starting Jan. 14, 2020, exactly one year from Monday, Microsoft will no longer support Windows 7. That means no more updates or security fixes for the operating system. “Changes and upgrades in technology are inevitable,” said Brad Anderson, corporate vice president for Microsoft 365, in a blog. “And there’s never been a better time to start putting in motion the things you need to do to shift your organization to a modern desktop with Microsoft 365.”Microsoft will continue to provide security updates for Windows 7 to business customers that pay for support, according to ZDNet, but not individual users.Windows 7 was released in 2009 and is still one of the most widely used desktop operating systems. Windows 10 finally overtook Windows 7 in the desktop market at the end of last year, according to ZDNet. NetMarketShare’s December 2018 report showed that 39.2 percent of the machines they collect data from used Windows 10, while 36.9 percent used Windows 7, according to ZDNet. In 2012, the computer giant decided to extend five more years of support for all editions of Windows 7 for individual users. First published on Jan. 14, 8:29 a.m. PT.Updates, 1:35 p.m. PT: Adds Microsoft 365 Vice President Brad Anderson statement. See It Computers Software $20 Microsoft Windows 7 Mentioned Above Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Tags Comments Amazon Share your voice See it 5 CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Microsoft Windows 7 Review • Microsoft Windows 7 $4
FacebookManju Warrier, the Lady Superstar in Mollywood, is currently enjoying the success of her latest movie ‘Lucifer’. The versatile actress is now busy with the works of her new movie Jack N Jill and sources revealed that this will be a sci-fi thriller.Jack N Jill is being directed by acclaimed cinematographer Santosh Sivan. It should be noted that this upcoming movie marks the comeback of the ace cinematographer as a director in Mollywood after 2011 period drama Urumi that featured Prithviraj Sukumaran and Genelia in lead roles.Kalidas Jayaram will be playing a crucial role in Jack N Jill. The supporting star cast in the movie includes Suraj Venjarammoodu, Nedumudi Venu, Ramesh Pisharody and Basil Joseph.As per the latest updates, the makers are planning to release Jack N Jill in Tamil and Malayalam. It was previously reported that Aditi Balan, who made a memorable debut in the acclaimed flick Aruvi, is also playing a crucial role. However, Aditi has clarified that she has not been approached yet.Apart from directing the movie, Santosh Sivan will be handling cinematography. In the meantime, he will be also cranking the camera for Rajinikanth-AR Murugadoss movie Darbar.Jack N Jill is bankrolled by Lensman Studios, a Dubai-based company. On the other hand, Manju Warrier will be also seen playing crucial roles in Marakkar: Arabikkadalinte Simham and Tamil movie Asuran. Mohanlal is playing the lead role in Marakkar: Arabikkadalinte Simham, while Asuran has none other than Dhanush playing the title role.Asuran also marks the Tamil debut of Manju Warrier and expectations surrounding the movie was recently spiked when the first look poster was released.
IRB InvIT Fund has kick-started the listing programme, so to speak, for real estate investment trusts (REITs) in India, almost seven months after the Narendra Modi government removed some of the hurdles preventing ReITs from approaching the primary market.In a regulatory filing on Thursday, IRB Infrastructure Developers said its subsidiary IRB Infrastructure Private Ltd. filed documents with the capital markets regulator Sebi for getting units of the IRB InvIT Fund listed on the stock exchanges. Shares of IRB Infrastructure Developers gained 7.03 percent on the BSE after the company made the announcement and were trading at Rs. 247.25 apiece at around 1.14 p.m. The initial public offering (IPO) will consist of fresh issue of units aggregating up to Rs. 4,300 crore and an offer for sale (OFS) of units by IRB Infrastructure Developers and its other subsidiaries, Modern Road Makers Private Limited, Aryan Toll Road Private Limited, ATR Infrastructure Private Limited and Ideal Road Builders Private Limited.”The Investment Manager, in consultation with the global co-ordinators and book running lead managers to the Issue, reserves the option to retain oversubscription of up to 25% of the Issue size in accordance with the InvIT Regulations,” IRB Infrastructure Developers said in its regulatory filing on Thursday.”The Issue is being made in accordance with the InvIT Regulations and the circular no. CIR/IMD/DF/55/2016 dated May 11, 2016, as issued by SEBI,” it added. One of the stumbling blocks to the listing of REITs was the dividend distribution tax (DDT), which was removed by the Modi government, as announced by finance minister Arun Jaitley while presenting the budget for the financial year 2016-17.”I propose that any distribution made out of income of SPV to the REITs and INVITs having specified shareholding will not be subjected to Dividend Distribution Tax,” he said.The move was seen as positive for the real estate sector from an investment point of view.”With most of the hurdles getting removed, we may see introduction of REITs in Indian market soon. The introduction of REITs in India would spell scores of opportunities for developers/private funds/financial institutions, etc. as they can be used as an exit vehicle to rotate funds as per the requirement,” real estate advisory Colliers International India said on February 29, 2016.
Map of GazipurWorkers of a local RMG factory blocked Dhaka-Myemnsingh highway for nearly 90 minutes following the death of a fellow worker in a road accident at Nagpara of Gazipur on Friday.Abdul Hye, in-charge of Naojor police camp, said Tuli Akhter, a worker of Ridisha Garment Factory was killed when a covered van knocked her down at Nagpara while going to his workplace around 8:00am.As the death news spread around, the factory workers put up barricade on the highway protesting the incident, halting vehicular movement for about one and a half hours.On information, police went to the spot and brought the situation under control.Traffic movement on the highway returned to normalcy around 10:00am, police said.
SavarMembers of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) on Thursday recovered three pieces bones of a missing trader from a guest house in Uttar Boalia area of Ashulia, on the outskirts of Dhaka.RAB-8 company commander major Abdul Hakim said brick trader Billal Hossain, 50, son of late Gaher Ali of Singair upazila in Manikganj, went missing from Bathuni in Dhamrai upazila on 13 April 13.His wife Rokeya Begum filed a general diary with Dhamrai police station, reports UNB.Later, RAB members arrested prime accused Nasir Uddin Dipu and Murshida Akhter, caretakers of the guest house from Laltek area of Savar.Following their information, the elite force recovered the bones of Billal who was sliced into three pieces after murder and buried in the guest house.
To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: X Listen The Esplanade at Navigation in the Second Ward is in Houston’s most gentrifying ZIP code, 77003.In the past few years, the area east of downtown, known as EaDo, has gone through a rapid transformation.Formerly mostly home to warehouses, its streets are now lined with bars and restaurants and, most prominently, the BBVA Compass soccer stadium.Balazs Szekely with RentCafé analyzed 11,000 U.S. ZIP codes for changes in home values, household income and education level.“This new life and obviously the huge number of townhouses that followed as a response to the increased demand is actually what pushed the median income to almost four times the figure recorded in the year 2000,” Szekely said.He found home values in EaDo increased by 284 percent from 2000 to 2016 and higher education levels by 443 percent. That ranks ZIP code 77003 third in the country in terms of gentrification.The other Houston ZIP code in the top 20 is 77007, the Washington Avenue area.Home values there have risen 107 percent and household income 114 percent since 2000. 00:00 /00:00 Share
© 2013 Phys.org Citation: Atheer Labs demos 3-D virtual object-manipulation goggles (2013, July 1) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-07-atheer-labs-demos-d-virtual.html Startup glasses overlay Internet on real world (Phys.org) —Atheer Labs has announced the development of a new type of technology that allows for creating and manipulating virtual three-dimensional objects via goggles or by other types of devices. Calling it a Mobile 3D Platform, the technology is meant to function on a variety of different types of devices running different types of operating systems, such as Android or other open source systems. More information: Press release: www.atheerlabs.com/press-relea … e_Mobile_3D_PlatformVideo demo: allthingsd.com/video/?video_id … 94-9255-66EBD13A940D Devices running the system are capable of creating and displaying virtual 3D objects which the viewer sees by looking through a transparent screen. The company demonstrated its new technology at this year’s Wall Street Journal’s D: All Things Digital conference. Using it, a person is able to pop bubbles that appear in the air in front of them, for example, by simply reaching out and “poking” them with a fingertip. Another application allows users to slice virtual fruit with their finger.To create such effects, the system combines augmented reality with sensors similar to those in a Kinect device, incorporating a gyroscope, accelerometer and Wi-Fi antenna. That means the virtual objects that are created can come from the Internet. Representatives for the company at the conference said the goal is create a transformative device that will allow people to access data and information in an entirely new way. Natural gestures, they contend, are the means by which truly immersive devices should operate. To that end, devices running the new system are controlled by voice commands and hand gestures.The new technology, in essence, takes what Google and others are trying to achieve with project Glass and other similar devices and adds both a 3D element and the ability to manipulate them. Virtual objects can be created that appear to exist in the real world. A person could read a newspaper, company reps noted, using goggles outfitted with their new technology that have moving pictures similar to those seen in the Harry Potter movies. Animated objects could literally leap off the page, grabbing the reader’s attention.Atheer Labs is also demonstrating restraint with the new technology; users are allowed to choose which sort of information reaches their device and an option is included that disallows the device from working in an area where such devices have been banned. They added also that the new technology is still under development and thus no time frame for delivering a product has been set. Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.