News of the web views by Quelbazar: 18.04.2017

Over the web, the readings and news recommended by Quelbazar these last time:  

This little girl wanted a poop-themed birthday party, his parents have granted his wish: children – Audrey has three years and a good clear picture of birthday party she really wanted for this occasion. When his mother, Rebecca, asked him the question, the granddaughter was only an idea, throw a party on the topic of poop. –

Video who hurt facial recognition of the S8 Galaxy: SAMSUNG – this week in New York, Samsung has unveiled its new smartphone Galaxy S8, especially equipped with a virtual assistant, water resistant and with facial recognition. Except for this last option, there is a small catch. –

The new major update of Windows 10 available from April 11: the Udpate, the new major update of Windows 10 Creators will be available free starting April 11. Microsoft puts this update under the sign of the 3D, with new features for creating, sharing and experience of 3D content. –

How the scandals are destabilizing the world empire of Uber: Travis Kalanick shaved the walls. The founder and Director of Uber did more public appearance in weeks. Every day or almost brings a lot of revelations on sulphurous practices within the multinational. –

Avant-premierele model Uber touches its limits?: Uber faced numerous controversies regarding its CEO, Travis Kalanick (here in Bombay in January 2016). –

Migros integrated recognition of products in its application: Zurich (ots) – one click to receive immediately on the screen its smartphone revenue, of evaluations and important information on Migros products. –

Ransomware: never pay ransom: a Conference on cyber security held last week in Boston by SecureWorld, a consultant recommended to pay the ransom demanded by cybercriminals to get the key of decoding of the locked files. –

Is about to make history by relaunching SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket used: On Thursday, SpaceX is set to launch yet another satellite into orbit from the Florida coast – but this mission will be far from routine for the company. The Falcon 9 rocket SpaceX is using that for the launch has already flown before. –

6 things you should never do on your work computer: These days, many companies provide employees with a variety of work devices from smartphones to laptops and even tablets to complete their work with. –

A self-driving Uber got into year accident in Arizona and flipped onto its side: Photo posted we Fresco News' Twitter feed showed a self-driving Uber Volvo SUV on its side. Another because, in the background, is pictured with teeth and smashed windows. Nobody was seriously injured in the incident. –

The Switzerland is one of the largest creators of jobs in France in 2016: A presentation of the stock of foreign investment in France, the role of the Switzerland has hardly been mentioned. It is true that the "report on the internationalization of the French economy", prepared by "Business France", 215 pages. –

Google Maps is getting useful parking reminders: Google is adding some handy features to Maps that'll make it easier to remember where you left your car. In the app's latest beta on Android, you're able to tap on the little blue dot that represents you to pull up the option to leave a parking reminder. –

Quelbazar read: the Crime of the Neville County, by Amélie Nothomb: lately, with the gift of starting of my former colleagues, I bought an e-reader. To try. This thing, we'll talk later. For now, let's talk about the readings that have allowed me to inaugurate my purchase:-

The Denmark produces enough energy in 24 hours for a house 20 years: A Danish wind turbine set a new world record of energy ever produced within 24 hours. 720 feet high turbine has propellers of 35 tons and produces a colossal 216 000 kWh of energy in a day. –

iFixit's teardown takes a look inside Nintendo Switch latest: With the Nintendo Switch now out in stores, iFixit has torn one apart to see what's inside. One thing's for sure: it's quite a bit more complicated than the NES Classic Edition. While there's a bunch of parts to be taken apart, the tablet is the most interesting. –

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