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  • [War Zones: War News, Coverage, Analysis & More - The Washington Post] American monitor killed in Ukraine when mine blasts vehicle: A land mine blew up a vehicle carrying an OSCE monitoring team in the separatist Luhansk region of eastern Ukraine on Sunday, killing an American observer and wounding two European members of the mission, officials reported.
  • [War Zones: War News, Coverage, Analysis & More - The Washington Post] Police stop 12-year-old boy from driving across Australia: Outback police have arrested a 12-year-old boy who was almost a third of his way toward driving solo across Australia.
  • [The Register] Teen charged with 'cyberstalking' in bomb hoax case: Hoaxer kept thumb drive of swatting calls An 18-year-old dual citizen of the US and Israel has been charged with making a string of online and phone threats against schools and Jewish community centers.?
  • [Reuters: World News] 'Australia first' fortifies position of country's prime minister: SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has recorded a rise in voter support just days after tightening rules for foreigners seeking work and citizenship under an "Australia first" policy, a newspaper poll showed on Monday.
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  • [Hacker News] The 20 Best Cars That Still Offer a Manual Transmission in the US: Comments
  • [Reuters: Company News] Japan's Nikkei hits near 3-week high on French vote relief, Sony climbs: * French vote relief weakens yen to the advantage of Japan stocks
  • [Reuters: Sports News] Europe becomes a new destination for American women soccer stars: MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - For years it was assumed that if professional women's club soccer was to truly take off it would be the United States that would provide the home for an elite competition.
  • [Hacker News] Airware (YC W13) is hiring a React Native (iOS) engineer: Comments
  • [Reuters: Company News] METALS-ShFE copper drags metals complex lower: SYDNEY, April 24 (Reuters) - Shanghai copper futures opened higher on Monday but quickly went into negative territory as investors cut bets that Chinese demand was getting stronger and that global tensions were easing.
  • [Hacker News] CMU CS 15-883: Computational Models of Neural Systems: Comments
  • [Reuters: Company News] BRIEF-Magnificent Hotel Investments announces termination Of Asset Purchase Agreement for Rosewood Hotel Georgia: * Termination Of The Asset Purchase Agreement For Acquisition Of Rosewood Hotel Georgia
  • [Reuters: Sports News] Warriors coach Kerr ill, may miss remainder of playoffs: (The Sports Xchange) - Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Sunday he will not be on the sidelines for Monday's Game Four against the Portland Trail Blazers, and he might be out for the rest of the playoffs.
  • [Reuters: U.S.] Toddler among five dead in New York house fire: (Reuters) - Five people, including a 2-year-old toddler and two other children, died on Sunday in a house fire in the New York City borough of Queens, the city's deadliest such blaze in two years, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
  • [The Register] Qualcomm's schedule for Windows-capable silicon slips: 'Second half of 2017' becomes 'Q4 2017' and there's only 245 shopping days until Christmas Qualcomm's plan to kick Intel in the soft underbelly that is the PC market has been delayed.?
  • [Reuters: Sports News] James scores 33 as Cavaliers sweep Pacers: (The Sports Xchange) - When the Cleveland Cavaliers limped into the NBA playoffs with a four-game losing streak to finish the regular season, some wondered if the reigning champions were vulnerable.
  • [World: World News, International News, Foreign Reporting - The Washington Post] France: 2 men charged in thwarted pre-election attack: French authorities have filed preliminary charges against two people of plotting an attack days before a tense presidential election.
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  • [World: World News, International News, Foreign Reporting - The Washington Post] Britain?s back in favor for corporate deals despite Brexit: Britain has reclaimed its place as one of the top five countries that firms look to make deals in, just six months after dropping off the list in the wake of the country?s surprise to leave the European Union, according to a survey released Monday.
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  • [Reuters: Company News] PRESS DIGEST- British Business - April 24: April 24 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
  • [The Register] CompSci boffins find Reddit is ideal source for sarcasm database: In pleasing irony, Redditors tag their snark and make themselves ideal test subjects Over here at El Reg, we think that chatbots are, like, the best thing ever.?
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  • Centrist Macron, far-right Le Pen in battle to lead France

    Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right populist Marine Le Pen advanced Sunday to a runoff in France?s presidential election, remaking the country?s political landscape and setting up a showdown over its participation in the European Union.

  • Taiwan?s ?hacker minister? reshaping digital democracy

    Taiwan?s ?digital minister? Audrey Tang, a computer prodigy and entrepreneur who taught herself programming at age 8, says she?s a ?civic hacker,? who like a locksmith uses specialized skills to help rather than harm.

  • AP Exclusive: The sad saga of North Korea?s ATMs

    No modern airport terminal is complete without an ATM, and Pyongyang?s now has two. But they don?t work ? because of new Chinese sanctions, according to bank employees ? and it?s not clear when they will.

  • South Korea, allies brace for North Korea follow-up act

    Fresh off an immense North Korean parade that revealed an arsenal of intercontinental ballistic missiles, rival South Korea and its allies are bracing for the possibility that Pyongyang?s follow-up act will be even bigger.

  • Guatemalan land activist wins prestigious Goldman prize

    Rodrigo Tot, a 60-year-old farmer and activist, was awarded the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize on Monday for work in his Guatemala homeland, an honor that comes after two previous Latin American winners were murdered in the last year.

  • 'Silicon Valley,' Season 4, Episode 1 review: 'Success Failure'

  • Instead of threatening North Korea, Trump should try this instead

    Now is the time to hold direct diplomatic talks with the dictatorship.

  • White House officials offer conflicting details of Trump tax plan

  • AP Exclusive: The sad saga of North Korea?s ATMs

    No modern airport terminal is complete without an ATM, and Pyongyang?s now has two. But they don?t work ? because of new Chinese sanctions, according to bank officials ? and it?s not clear when they will.

  • South Korea, allies brace for North Korea follow-up act

    Fresh off an immense North Korean parade that revealed an arsenal of intercontinental ballistic missiles, rival South Korea and its allies are bracing for the possibility that Pyongyang?s follow-up act will be even bigger.

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  • Amid North Korea crisis, Pence becomes Trump emissary abroad (291 characters)

    Mon, 24 Apr 2017 00:28:15 -0400Amid North Korea crisis, Pence becomes Trump emissary abroadWorld: World News, International News, Foreign Reporting - The Washington Post

    As tensions rose on the Korean peninsula, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, who has President Donald Trump?s trust but little diplomatic experience to go with it, became the top American official headed to the region after North Korea again failed to successfully launch a ballistic missile.

  • A 3D-printed patch could help you recover from a heart attack (1391 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 23:55:00 -0400A 3D-printed patch could help you recover from a heart attackEngadget RSS Feed

    Scientists have dreamed of easily patching up heart tissue in the wake of heart attacks, but there are always gotchas: for example, it's no mean feat to replicate the complex structures of real tissue. However, there may be a solution in sight. Researchers have produced a 3D-printed cell patch that can heal scarred heart tissue. The team used laser-based bioprinting to fit stem cells (based on adult human heart cells) to a matrix developed around a 3D scan of heart tissue's native proteins. When those cells grew, the matrix not only replicated the structures of regular heart tissue (down to 1 micron) but started beating in sync. And the early results are very promising.

    After the team tested its patch on a mouse, the rodent's heart saw a "significant increase" in functional capacity in the space of 4 weeks. Moreover, it eventually absorbed into the heart -- the team didn't have to perform follow-up operations to make sure it was a good fit.

    Naturally, a mouse heart is easier to fix than a much larger human heart. The researchers see this as just a matter of time, though. They believe that human-scale patches should be viable "within the next several years." If so, recovering from a heart attack may just be a matter of implanting some custom-printed tissue and waiting for your health to improve.

    Source: University of Minnesota, PubMed.gov

  • Morning News Call - India, April 24 (504 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 23:19:00 -0400Morning News Call - India, April 24Reuters: Company News

    To access the newsletter, click on the link: http://share.thomsonreuters.com/assets/newsletters/Indiamorning/MNC_IN_04242017.pdf If you would like to receive this newsletter via email, please register at: https://forms.thomsonreuters.com/india-morning/ FACTORS TO WATCH 3:45 pm: Farm Minister Radha Mohan Singh at an event in New Delhi. LIVECHAT-COMMODITIES From copper to oil and everything in between, the Gold & Silver Club's Nik Kalsi and Phil Carr wil

  • Carrier group heads for Korean waters as Trump calls leaders (262 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 23:17:00 -0400Carrier group heads for Korean waters as Trump calls leadersReuters: World News

    SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea said on Monday it was in talks about holding joint drills with a U.S. aircraft carrier strike group, as U.S. President Donald Trump called the leaders of Japan and China amid fears North Korea could conduct another nuclear test.

  • Huawei to build global cloud with bit barns run by different operators (287 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 22:28:00 -0400Huawei to build global cloud with bit barns run by different operatorsThe Register

    They'll all look and behave the same, but you won't get one console to rule them all

    Huawei's going to build a global cloud based on its cut of OpenStack, but it's going to be a patchwork quilt of clouds it builds and runs by itself and clouds it builds but which its telco mates run.?

  • Ask Slashdot: Do You Like Functional Programming? (1499 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 21:52:00 -0400Ask Slashdot: Do You Like Functional Programming?Slashdot

    An anonymous reader writes: Functional programming seems to be all the rage these days. Efforts are being made to highlight its use in Java, JavaScript, C# and elsewhere. Lots of claims are being made about it's virtues that seem relatively easy to prove or disprove such as "Its use will reduce your debugging time." Or "It will clarify your code." My co-workers are resorting to arm-wrestling matches over this style choice. Half of my co-workers have drunk the Kool-Aid and are evangelizing its benefits. The other half are unconvinced of its virtues over Object Oriented Design patterns, etc. What is your take on functional programming and related technologies (i.e. lambdas and streams)? Is it our salvation? Is it merely another useful design pattern? Or is it a technological dead-end? Python creator Guido van Rossum has said most programmers aren't used to functional languages, and when he answered Slashdot reader questions in 2013 said the only functional language he knew much about was Haskell, and "any language less popular than Haskell surely has very little practical value." He even added "I also don't think that the current crop of functional languages is ready for mainstream." Leave your own opinions in the comments. Do you like functional programming?

    Read more of this story at Slashdot.

  • Linux 4.11 delayed for a week by NVMe glitches and 'oops fixes' (333 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 21:30:00 -0400Linux 4.11 delayed for a week by NVMe glitches and 'oops fixes'The Register

    Linus Torvalds reckons 'It's not like another week of letting this release mature will really hurt'

    The Register hasn't needed to spend much time covering Linux 4.11 because hiccups haven't happened and Linux daddy Linus Torvalds' comments have been sparse and measured, other than a slightly terse lesson on how to Pull properly.?

  • Most habitable planets may be completely covered in water (2249 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 21:24:00 -0400Most habitable planets may be completely covered in waterEngadget RSS Feed

    When you imagine what a rocky, habitable planet looks like, it's easy to picture an alternate Earth where land and oceans exist in an ideal balance. Unfortunately, that's not necessarily how it will pan out in real life... in fact, you might be surprised if there's land at all. University of Barcelona researcher Fergus Simpson has published a study suggesting that most planets with any significant amount of water are likely to be completely (or almost completely) submerged in it. He ran computer simulations accounting for numerous factors in a planet (such as the deep water cycle and erosion), and most with substantial water levels had an above-water land mass of less than 10 percent -- well below Earth's 29 percent.

    Those planets that had less water tended to have much less, to the point where deserts dominated the landscape. Also, size plays a role. Larger habitable planets (including Earth) are more likely to be water worlds thanks to deeper oceans and stronger gravity, according to the calculations, while smaller ones are drier.

    If reasonably accurate, the data points to Earth hitting a rare sweet spot, possibly due to unusually deep water basins. And that makes sense at first glance. Despite what Earth looks like, water only occupies a tiny amount of volume compared to the rest of the planet. It wouldn't take much more to inundate the land, or much less to make it barren. You can see for yourself in the video below.

    There is reason to be skeptical. Astrophysicist Sean Raymond warns Gizmodo that there are still a number of unknowns that may play an important role in water levels, and recent models suggest that water delivery to planets is relatively "reliable" with fewer surges or shortfalls. However, Simpson is quick to add that his theory should be testable soon. Future instruments (likely including the James Webb Space Telescope) will have enough power to measure the atmospheric compositions of alien planets, giving a clue as to how much water there is on the surface. If nothing else, the study is a reminder that we shouldn't assume a planet is human-friendly just because there's plenty of H2O.

    Via: Popular Mechanics, Gizmodo

    Source: Royal Astronomical Society

  • PRECIOUS-Gold falls as stocks gain after French election result (500 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 21:13:00 -0400PRECIOUS-Gold falls as stocks gain after French election resultReuters: Company News

    April 24 (Reuters) - Gold fell nearly 1 percent on Monday to its weakest in two weeks after centrist Macron led the first round of voting in the French presidential election, boosting stocks and triggering a sell-off of safe-haven bullion. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold was down 0.9 percent to $1,273.15 per ounce by 0057 GMT. Bullion prices touched a low of $1,265.90 earlier in the session, the lowest since April 11. * U.S. gold futures were down 1.1 percent at $1,2

  • Trump condemns anti-Semitism on Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day (289 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 21:04:00 -0400Trump condemns anti-Semitism on Israel's Holocaust Remembrance DayReuters: U.S.

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said anti-Semitism should be defeated and called the Holocaust the "darkest chapter of human history" in a video address on Sunday, following two missteps by his administration regarding statements about genocide during World War Two.

  • The Seagate/DJI strategic partnership yields first product: a portable 2TB drive with microSD port (498 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 21:00:00 -0400The Seagate/DJI strategic partnership yields first product: a portable 2TB drive with microSD portImaging Resource News Page

    Seagate and DJI had previously announced a strategic partnership, and that arrangement has yielded its first product: the Fly Drive. With 2TB of storage and a built-in microSD card reader, the Fly Drive is designed to give drone pilots an in-the-field backup option. Seagate says the drive should appeal to drone users due to its small size, durability, built-in reader and fast transfer speeds, but did not provide any actual transfer speed numbers to expect at this time....
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  • Becton Dickinson to acquire Bard for $24 billion (267 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 20:58:00 -0400Becton Dickinson to acquire Bard for $24 billionReuters: Health News

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. medical equipment supplier Becton Dickinson and Co will acquire C R Bard Inc, in a $24 billion cash-and-stock deal, adding Bard's devices to its portfolio in the high-growth sectors of oncology and surgery, both companies said on Sunday.

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  • Scientists Consider 'Cloud Brightening' To Preserve Australia's Great Barrier Reef (2088 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 19:44:00 -0400Scientists Consider 'Cloud Brightening' To Preserve Australia's Great Barrier ReefSlashdot

    An anonymous reader quotes MIT Technology Review: A group of Australian marine scientists believe that altering clouds might offer one of the best hopes for saving the Great Barrier Reef. For the last six months, researchers at the Sydney Institute of Marine Science and the University of Sydney School of Geosciences have been meeting regularly to explore the possibility of making low-lying clouds off the northeastern coast of Australia more reflective in order to cool the waters surrounding the world's biggest coral reef system... Last year, as El Nino events cranked up ocean temperatures, at least 20% of the reef died and more than 90% of it was damaged. The Australian researchers took a hard look at a number of potential ways to preserve the reefs. But at this point, making clouds more reflective looks like the most feasible way to protect an ecosystem that stretches across more than 130,000 square miles, says Daniel Harrison, a postdoctoral research associate with the Ocean Technology Group at the University of Sydney. Cloud brightening is the only thing we've identified that's scalable, sensible, and relatively environmentally benign," he says... Next month, he plans to start computer climate modeling to explore whether cloud brightening could make a big enough temperature difference to help. They're collaborating with Silicon Valley's Marine Cloud Brightening Project, which has spent the last seven years "developing a nozzle that they believe can spray salt particles of just the right size and quantity to alter the clouds. They're attempting to raise several million dollars to build full-scale sprayers." The article describes them as "one of several research groups that have started to explore whether cloud brightening, generally discussed as a potential tool to alter the climate as a whole, could be applied in more targeted ways."

    Read more of this story at Slashdot.

  • Trump condemns anti-Semitism on Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day (289 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 19:41:00 -0400Trump condemns anti-Semitism on Israel's Holocaust Remembrance DayReuters: Politics

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said anti-Semitism should be defeated and called the Holocaust the "darkest chapter of human history" in a video address on Sunday, following two missteps by his administration regarding statements about genocide during World War Two.

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  • IllumiBowl's latest toilet light also kills germs (1162 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 19:33:00 -0400IllumiBowl's latest toilet light also kills germsEngadget RSS Feed

    IllumiBowl's motion-activated, multi-color toilet night light may have seemed like a silly idea when it first launched, but don't laugh -- it's a practical solution if you'd rather not flick on the regular bathroom light (and momentarily blind yourself) just to do your business. And it appears that enough people bought into the concept to warrant a sequel. The company is crowdfunding a second-generation IllumiBowl light that adds anti-germ cleaning to the mix. The new gadget includes a diode whose "highly focused" non-ultraviolet light kills bacteria without hurting humans. This doesn't mean that your toilet will suddenly be sterile, but it may set your mind at ease in between bowl scrubbing sessions.

    The new design also touts twice the battery life by moving from AAA to AA batteries, and it sports a slightly slicker design that looks more at home next to your porcelain throne. As it stands, the $10 backing price (half off the retail cost) is low enough that it might be worth a look. The project is already fully funded as of this writing, so you should get your "aim here" lighting as soon as July.

    Source: Kickstarter

  • US STOCKS-Futures rally after centrist takes first round in French election (251 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 19:26:00 -0400US STOCKS-Futures rally after centrist takes first round in French electionReuters: Company News

    NEW YORK, April 23 (Reuters) - U.S. stock index futures rose sharply on Sunday on relief that centrist Emmanuel Macron took the first round of voting in the French presidential election, reducing the prospect of an anti-establishment market shock.

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  • Local, global security firms in race along China's 'Silk Road' (280 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 19:04:00 -0400Local, global security firms in race along China's 'Silk Road'Reuters: Business News

    SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - Global security companies and their smaller Chinese rivals are jostling for business along Beijing's modern-day "Silk Road", the grandiose plan for land and sea routes connecting the world's second largest economy with the rest of Asia and beyond.

  • UPDATE 1-BD to acquire Bard in $24 bln medical tech deal (262 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 18:48:00 -0400UPDATE 1-BD to acquire Bard in $24 bln medical tech dealReuters: Company News

    NEW YORK, April 23 (Reuters) - Becton Dickinson and Co will acquire C R Bard Inc in a $24 billion cash-and-stock deal that will give shareholders of the target about 15 percent of the combined entity, the two U.S. medical technology companies said on Sunday.

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  • Is Social Media Making Us Hate Each Other? (1659 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 18:44:00 -0400Is Social Media Making Us Hate Each Other?Slashdot

    Nicholas Carr's book The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains was a finalist for the 2011 Pulitzer Prize. Now an anonymous Slashdot reader reports on Carr's newest warning: It seems obvious: The more we learn about other people, the more we'll come to like them. The assumption underpins our deep-seated belief that communication networks, from the telephone system to Facebook, will help create social harmony. But what if the opposite is true? In a Boston Globe article, Nicholas Carr presents evidence showing that as we get more information about other people, we tend to like them less, not more. Through a phenomenon called "dissimilarity cascades," we place greater stress on personal and cultural differences than on similarities, and the bias strengthens as information accumulates. "Proximity makes differences stand out," he writes. The phenomenon intensifies online, where people are rewarded for sharing endless information about themselves. What the research indicates, warns Carr, is that the spread of social media is more likely to create social strife than social harmony. The article concludes by opposing the idea that "If we get the engineering right, our better angels will triumph. It's a pleasant thought, but it's a fantasy... Technology is an amplifier. It magnifies our best traits, and it magnifies our worst. What it doesn't do is make us better people. That's a job we can't offload on machines."

    Read more of this story at Slashdot.

  • Sony announces the new version of the E-mount UMC-S3CA camera with genlock support (357 characters)

    Sun, 23 Apr 2017 18:35:00 -0400Sony announces the new version of the E-mount UMC-S3CA camera with genlock supportsonyalpharumors

    At the NAB show Sony announced the new version of the E-mount UMC-S3CA with Genlock support: UMC-S3CA ? This new model is an Ultra high sensitivity 4K interchangeable lens video camera with a full frame sensor. Its Genlock support enables users to operate multiple cameras in synchronization and widens the camera?s range of applications, such […]

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Media

  • Analog Devices "Material Sensing Platform"

    Analog Devices one more time demos its IR spectrometer-based Material Sensing Platform for smartphones, developed together with Consumer Physics. The previous demo is here.

  • KAUST Interview with Eric Fossum

    King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia publishes an interview with Eric Fossum on CMOS sensor invention history and Quanta image sensor:

  • Mobileye CEO Demos Self-Driving Car

    Mobileye CEO and Co-Founder Ziv Aviram demos his company self-driving car in the 360-deg surround video:



    The full presentation at YPO Edge 2017 held in Vancouver, Canada can be seen here.

  • 3D Imaging and AF Application Drive VSCEL Market

    Yole Developpement IR light sources analysis shows that VCSEL market is set for a high growth due to wide adoption of 3D imaging and active ToF AF systems:

  • Algolux Presents its ISP Tuning Solution

    Canadian startup company Algolux presents its ISP image quality tuning solution based on machine learning:

  • ON Semi Demos LED Flicker Reduction

    ON Semi demos its AR0231LFM automotive image sensor with LED flicker mitigation:

  • Moose Podcast #30

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  • Lighting 103: Using Gelled Flash to Correct Ambient Light



    Abstract: You can alter your camera's white balance and gel your flash to "correct" nearly any ambient light color shift. But should you?Read more »
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