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03-02-2015 Science&Technology
Update: A mobile payment battle is blazing

Mobile in-store payments could grow dramatically in the U.S. as the result of a battle brewing among tech giants Google, Samsung and Apple.

In the latest development, Samsung today revealed Samsung Pay, a new mobile payment strategy, combined with its new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones. Samsung Pay relies on two technologies: a new magnetic transmission capability from startup LoopPay embedded as a copper ring inside the Galaxy S6 and the older Near Field Communications technology used in earlier Galaxy S smartphones.

The two phones will ship April 10 in 20 countries , including the U.S., but Samsung Pay will not go live until this summer, first in the U.S. and South Korea.

Having both mobile payment technologies embedded inside the Galaxy S6 will allow its users to make purchases at up to 90% of the estimated 12 million payment locations at U.S. stores. That's because the lion's share of the older point-of-sale terminals in use in the U.S. still have magnetic stripe card readers which support the new Galaxy S6 technology.

By comparison, Apple Pay and Google Wallet rely on newer NFC-ready terminals, which are gradually being rolled out in the U.S. and should reach about 50% of point-of-sale locations by year's end, according to estimates by credit and debit card companies. While NFC grows, magnetic technology could help fill the mobile payment gap.

"Samsung Pay certainly heats up the competition, and that's a good thing for mobile payment adoption," said Gartner analyst Avivah Litan in an interview. "But Samsung still has a lot of work to do to improve the user experience before it can effectively compete with Apple."

Informal field tests by Gartner of the magnetic LoopPay technology showed inconsistent performance when used with some magnetic readers on stores' point-of-sale terminals, Litan said. Gartner used LoopPay's magnetic technology incorporated inside its earlier phone cases and fobs, not the same technology embedded in the Galaxy S6. Embedding the copper ring inside the Galaxy S6 will hopefully reduce the inconsistent performance, she said, but LoopPay "is definitely not going to work at every magnetic-stripe reader."

Samsung and Visa were investors in startup LoopPay last summer, and Samsung on Feb. 18 announced it had acquired LoopPay for an undisclosed sum.

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Source: Computerworld

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03-02-2015 Science&Technology

Some sources closer to the company have revealed information about Apple's next-generation handsets, codenamed as the "N71" for the 4.7-inch model and "N66" for the 5.5-inch version which will hit the market as the iPhone 6s. The screen sizes are similar to the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus and the casing designs will also be similar to the phones revealed in September. So one thing is for sure that we are not going to get our wishes granted of a smaller screen size, preferably 4 inches, for the iPhone.

Sources which are aware of the developments of the prototypes of the upcoming iPhones have been saying that they will accompany the Force Touch which is being called the "Taptic Engine" by Apple ever since they announced the Apple Watch in September. This new technology is going to make its way to the iPhones by next year as we are already aware of the trend followed by Apple when it introduces a new cutting edge technology on one iOS device and then extends it to the other products. This new technology might look similar to something Apple might have brought earlier but it should not be confused with it.

Apple introduced something similar with iOS 5 because these were merely vibration alerts and they only controlled the vibrations’ duration and not the strength. As with the new technology, the variable Forces are going to send in a message notification which will generate a tapping sensation and will simultaneously pressing down upon the Watch's digital crown or screen which is going to bring about a different tactile sensation. Last year Apple even demonstrated this feature on the Apple Watch messaging which is going to allow the users to send silent wrist taps and even heartbeat using the data from the device's heart rate monitor.

When it comes to translating variable physical feedback, the linear oscillating vibrators prove to be more effective as compared to their spinning mass counterparts and the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been equipped with a similar part which has been custom-designed by Apple. This component is expected to be used in advanced Forces after a little modification. The task of distinguishing variable vibration amplitude on a phone is much more difficult as compared to the watch since phones are usually in pockets and purses and unlike watches they are not in constant contact with our bodies.

Source: I4U News

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03-02-2015 Business
Hyundai recalls 263,000 Elantras for steering glitch

Hyundai is recalling about 205,000 Elantra midsize sedans in the U.S. and another 58,000 in Canada because the vehicles' power steering can stop working.

The models and years affected include 2008 to 2010 Elantra sedans and the boxier 2009 to 2010 Elantra Touring versions.

In those vehicles, an electronic power steering sensor could malfunction and disable the power steering leaving drivers to steer manually.

That could increase the likelihood of a crash, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Hyundai Motor America has not reported any injuries or accidents. The company plans to notify owners. Dealers will fix the problem at no cost to the owners.

Owners can contact Hyundai's customer service at 1-855-671-3059.


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03-02-2015 Business
Here is the Google’s new headquarter plan in video and photos

Google is all set to shock the world again.

This time it is not going to be some gadget or anything related to technology. Instead, the Search Engine giant is set to make some noise with its upcoming campus in Mountain View, California. The images of their upcoming campus posted by Google, will surely make you wish to be a part of it. The architectural design is such that you will instantly fall in love with it.

According to the Google’s Vice President of Real Estate, Mr. David Radcliffe, the building is an effort put forward to blur the difference between man made buildings and nature. The building itself holds trees, landscapes, bike paths, cafeterias, etc., making it a different world within another world.

The whole structure has been designed by Thomas Heatherwick and Bjarke Ingels. Mr. Heatherwick is famous owing to the 2012 London Olympics and Mr. Ingels is an upcoming designer. Although, Google is quite enthusiastic to carry out the proposed design, but it seems that the remainder of California is not ready to accept the building. Some people believe that this will have a tremendous impact on the minds of the non-Google employees, which is not a wanted scenario.

On the other hand, Google is ready to hand out everything it can, to prevent any unwanted scenarios. According to the reports, Google will lend out bike paths to the local community along with providing retail opportunities as well. The company also has plans to put forward various energy saving plans, which will in turn help the local community. Interestingly, Google had chosen Mountain View for their headquarter approximately 15 years ago due to the excellent ambience it provides.

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Source: The Next Digit

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03-02-2015 Science&Technology
VLC Player makes its triumphant return to iOS devices

In a move that will please video enthusiasts to no end, nonprofit app developer VideoLAN has developed a new version of its much beloved VLC Player that allows it to run on Apple iOS once more.

The open source VLC Player has been a much-loved resource for anyone who enjoys watching videos on many different platforms, simply because of its ease of use and its compatibility with almost every video format out there. VideoLAN offers versions of VLC Player for dsektop, Windows Phone, WinRT, and Android; while an older version of VLC Player is compatible with iOS devices, the video player had been pulled from the App Store after a licensing issue.

However, with the release of its newest mobile version VideoLAN has finally achieved what many have thought impossible: having active and working versions of an app across every major platform available. In fact, the newest Android version of VLC Player even supports Android TV. VideoLAN has even changed its Windows Phone version to open beta, offering it for download to anyone interested in putting the app through its paces.

The desktop version of VLC Player, code-named 2.2.0 Weatherwax, is also available for consumer download as well. The new version features compatibility with nearly every video format under the sun and provides new features such as Ultra HD codec support, the ability to rotate vertical videos automatically, and to resume playback on desktop. Additional support for subtitles is available through an extension as well; while support for the Google Chromecast stick is yet to be integrated, VideoLAN says it’s coming later this year with VLC Player 3.0.

Transitioning VLC to the mobile world has proven difficult but not impossible, according to VideoLAN president and lead developer Jean-Baptiste Kempf. Revealing how pleased he was with the progress, Kempf added that he was looking forward to implementing even more features for VLC 3.0.0 in order to finish the work he and the rest of the VideoLAN team have started.

While the Windows Phone app has yet to be launched, desktop users can navigate directly to the VideoLAN site to download the newest version. iOS and Android users can find the app at the App Store and the Google Play Store respectively.

Source: SMN Weekly

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03-02-2015 General
Identity of 'poison-pen' emailer set to be revealed

The identity of the person or persons responsible for sending extremely defamatory poison-pen emails about senior staff and councillors at Hurstville may be revealed this week.

For more than a year "Jane Doe", "Deep Throat", "concerned resident" and "Elvis Presley Is Alive" have been sending emails to people, including journalists and members of parliament, making allegations of corruption, cronyism and sexual impropriety against Hurstville councillors and staff.

"It is an open secret [name deleted] is having a long-term affair with [name deleted]. Every member of staff is aware of this. They spend ratepayers money to dalliance in hotel rooms around Australia and overseas (China)," read one of the emails from "Deep Throat" sent to this reporter and others in October last year.

The email also suggested that favours were being done for certain developers, councillors were organising jobs for mates and that full-time employment was organised to buy the silence of a woman who complained about being sexually harassed by a former councillor.

The last straw came in November last year when an email was widely circulated accusing a councillor of failing to declare a $3000 donation. The accusation was false and as a result the council voted to engage accountancy firm KPMG to conduct a forensic investigation in an attempt to trace who was behind that email and other anonymous emails.

It is understood the investigation will cost Hurstville ratepayers more than $50,000.

An interim report by KPMG is expected to be presented in a closed session of council on Wednesday night.

One anonymous email sent to various media outlets, including to this reporter, purported to come from a "concerned resident".

The August 2013 email had a Word document included as an attachment. The document properties indicate it was authored by a prominent council figure using a workplace computer.

The attached document urged reporters to cover the upcoming trial of the then Liberal deputy mayor Andrew Istephan.

"I am shocked and disgusted that that the Liberal party allowed this person to run for Council knowning (sic) full well that he was charged with ten counts of grievous bodily harm. I guess they are hypocrites when it comes to one of their own," said the document attached to the email sent from

In December 2013, Mr Istephan, a dentist, was forced to resign from council after he was found guilty of performing unnecessary dental work on elderly nursing home residents without their permission.

He escaped a jail sentence.

"These malicious emails appear to be part of a campaign of bullying and intimidation of certain councillors and staff," said one affected councillor. "I am hoping Wednesday night's meeting may reveal who's behind it."

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald

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03-02-2015 Politics
50,000 march in silence over killing of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov

Tens of thousands of Russians marched through Moscow on Sunday to pay their respects to Boris Nemtsov, the opposition leader who was murdered in the shadow of the Kremlin’s walls on Friday.

A crowd of around 50,000, many bearing the white, blue and red Russian national flag, gathered beneath iron grey skies at Moscow’s Slavyanskaya sqaure, half a mile from the Kremlin.

Carrying flowers, portraits of Mr Nemtsov, and banners reading “I am not afraid,” they marched in near-silence to the bank of the Moscow river before turning right towards the spot where Mr Nemtsov was killed.

Mr Nemtsov, 55, was gunned down as he walked across the Bolshoi Moskvoretsky bridge outside the Kremlin just before midnight on Friday, in what his supportes claim may have been a Kremlim-backed assassination.

He had been planning to lead an anti-war opposition rally scheduled for yesterday afternoon. His co-planners from the liberal opposition movement cancelled the plans after he was killed and instead negotiated with Moscow city hall to hold a memorial march.

The march was one of the largest demonstrations by Russia’s marginalised opposition since a series of anti-Kremlin rallies which Mr Nemtsov helped organise in 2012.

Another mourning march for Nemtsov was held earlier Sunday in St Petersburg, drawing what police estimated was 6,000 people.

The mood at both was sombre, with marchers walking in silence or talking in subdued voices.

“I wouldn’t have been at the march that was originally planned because I don’t see how it would change anything,” said Zhenia Belyakova, an environmental activist who marched with a Russian tricolour ribbon on the strap of her handbag.

“I came out because I felt a duty to stand with those who are appalled by the murder of a member of the opposition, to show that I am not indifferent,” she added.

“The flag is because I am Russian and this is a tragedy for Russia,” she said. “It is a sign of national mourning.”

Others said that while they did not support Mr Nemtsov’s politics, they respected his position and his personality.

“He was a vivacious person, so full of life that I can’t believe he is dead,” said Fyokla Tolstaya, a journalist and great, great granddaughter of writer Leo Tolstoy. “I don’t believe that a court will find out the truth; nobody believes that.”

A former deputy prime minister and regional governor, Mr Nemtsov was one of the most vociferous public critics of Vladimir Putin, who he accused of “mad, aggressive” policies towards Ukraine just hours before he died.

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Source: The Telegraph

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03-01-2015 Health
New Chemo Drug Could Help Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

A Queensland researcher says a medical breakthrough in the study of pancreatic cancer could hold the key to more effective treatments

New research identified and mapped the genetic changes that drive the formation of the cancer's variations.

According to reports, researchers have been examining the DNA of pancreatic cancer tumors, and they now believe they've figured out what makes it "tick."

Researchers are confident they can classify their discovery into four types, and that 15 percent of one of these types will then be helped with a particular drug. This drug has previously assisted and treated sufferers of testicular and ovarian cancer.

In earlier tests, scientists reacted euphorically to the results they've been witnessing, and it's agreed they never actually expected to see people respond to trials so positively "in their lifetimes."

Dr. Nicola Waddell from the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute said the discovery would allow practitioners to target the subtypes individually.

"Pancreatic cancer -- the therapies and the ways patients are managed -- haven't really improved in the last few decades. This really is one of the first studies that will hopefully help improve the outcome for some patients of this particular subtype of pancreatic cancer," she added.

The discovery would be able to determine which chemotherapy drug a patient should get based on their cancer's genome.

Pancreatic cancer is the deadliest cancer with just one percent of people who suffer from the affliction remaining alive 10 years after a diagnosis. In fact, only three percent live for just five years, which is way below the 54 percent of all other cancer patients.

These findings appeared online in the journal, Oncotarget.

Source: China Topix

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03-01-2015 Health
Music health warning: Listening to more than one hour a day could make you deaf

The World Health Organisation said 43m 12 to 35-year-olds are affected by aural health issues in a shock 'permanent damage' warning.

Listening to loud music for more than an hour a day can make you deaf, health experts said today.

They also warned that audio devices should be played at no more than 60% volume and that noisy concerts and bars posed a serious threat of hearing loss.

The World Health Organisation reckon 1.1 billion young adults are at risk.

Their figures show 43million 12 to 35-year-olds are already affected.

The proportion of US teenagers with hearing loss went from 3.5% in 1994 to 5.3% in 2006.

WHO director for injury prevention Dr Etienne Krug said limiting listening to an hour a day was a good ambition.

He added: “That’s a rough recommendation to those spending 10 hours a day listening to an mp3 player.

“But even an hour can be too much if it is too loud.”

WHO is also advising noise-cancelling headphones for plane or train journeys, earplugs for noisy venues, taking listening breaks and standing away from speakers at gigs.

Paul Breckell, boss of the charity Action on Hearing Loss, said: “To stay safe you should halve listening time for every three decibel rise in the level of loud music.”

He went on: “I strongly urge music lovers to consider the long-term risks of listening to personal players over the 85 decibels safe level.

“Over exposure can also trigger other ear conditions such as tinnitus.

“Remember, a good pair of noise-cancelling headphones really can make all the difference.”

A 2013 EU directive now makes it obligatory for new audio devices to carry a warning that users risk damaging their hearing after listening to 20 hours of sound at 85 decibels.

Ralph Holme, head of biomedical research at Action on Hearing Loss, explained how hearing can become damaged.

"Loud sounds damage your hearing by killing off thousands of little hair cells – or ­microphones – in the inner ear," he said.

"The cells detect different pitches of sound through vibration, which are then turned into electrical signals and sent to the brain.

"But they are very fragile and if they vibrate too much due to loud sounds for too long they get damaged and die.

"The problem is they don’t grow back and the ear can no longer detect sound.

"It is important to realise the dangers. In a noisy bar or club if you are having to shout to someone a metre away for them to hear you then it’s probably too loud."

Source: Mirror

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03-01-2015 Science&Technology
Check Out This Diamond-Encrusted Apple Watch

Sure, the 18-karat gold Apple Watch will reportedly set you back a pretty penny when it finally hits the market, but if you want something that's really going to impress your friends luxury retailer Brikk might have just the thing.

The same company behind the $8,395 diamond-encrusted iPhone 6 just unveiled its latest creations — a new lineup of fancy Apple Watches designed to offer "unmatched opulence to an exclusive clientele worldwide." The new Lux Watch product line includes 30 luxury models starting at $7,495 all the way up to $69,995.

The Lux Watch is available in either 24-carat yellow gold, 18-carat pink gold, or 950 platinum in both 38mm and 42mm sizes. The "standard" model features a single row of diamonds totaling half a carat around the watch face, and comes with a leather strap. There's also a "Deluxe" edition (right), which has 2.3 carats of diamonds in multiple rows around the face, diamond encrusted bottoms, and a leather strap with a diamond studded clasp.

For those who want the most bling, Brikk is offering the top-of-the-line "Omni" version (above), which has a "fully diamond-wrapped case and band of over 12 carats." And don't expect any cloudy diamonds here. The company uses only high-quality stunners rated D in color and VVS1 in clarity.

"The Lux Watch line stands out thanks to its meticulous production processes," Brikk said in a statement. "Each piece is disassembled inside Brikk's state-of-the-art laboratory in Los Angeles by a team of skilled engineers. They are hand polished, then plated with five layers of diverse metals before their final plating in either two layers of gold or platinum." After setting the diamonds with a microscope in a custom-machined bezel, the team then reassembles the snazzy timepiece and tests it before shipping it out to you.

Those with seriously deep pockets can pre-order their diamond-encrusted Apple watch now. Pre-orders are expected to ship out 4 to 6 weeks after Apple officially releases the watch in April.

Apple Watch Goes Vogue

If the Brikk is too pricey, you can gaze at Cupertino's timepiece in a 12-page spread in Vogue.

The 604-page Spring Fashion Blockbuster issue stars more than cover girls Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss: The March edition features all three Apple Watch styles—stainless-steel, sport, and 18-karat gold.

First spotted by Re/code, the fashion accessory graces the glossy sheets following Anna Wintour's letter from the editor. Each page features an actual-size watch or a detailed close-up of its wristband.

But fashion, and prime real estate, doesn't come cheap: Based on Vogue's general rates, Apple likely shelled out around $169,000 for 12 pages of exposure for its already hyped-up gadget.

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Source: PCMAG

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03-01-2015 Culture
Islamic State statue-smashing in Iraq was 'war crime', UN says

The destruction of historic artefacts in Iraq by Islamic State (IS) militants is a war crime, the head of the UN agency for culture, Unesco, has said.

Irina Bokova said she was appalled by an act of "cultural cleansing", calling for an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council to discuss the issue.

IS posted a video on Thursday appearing to show militants with sledgehammers smashing statues in a museum in Mosul.

Some of the artefacts date back to the 9th Century BC.

The militants said the statues were "false idols" that had to be smashed. 'Humanity's memory targeted'

At a news conference in Paris, Ms Bokova described the video as "a real shock", saying she was simply unable to finish watching the footage.

"I was filled with dismay by images of the attack on the Mosul Museum," she said.

In a statement, Unesco stressed that under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC), the deliberate destruction of cultural heritage is a war crime.

The statement added that Ms Bokova had already called on the ICC to launch an investigation.

She also announced the creation of a "global coalition against the illegal trafficking of cultural goods", adding that it would meet in coming weeks.

Meanwhile, the Louvre Museum in Paris said in a statement: "This destruction marks a new stage in the violence and horror, because all of humanity's memory is being targeted in this region that was the cradle of civilisation, the written word, and history.'

In the video released via IS social media sites, black-clad men push over statues, smash them with sledgehammers and use a pneumatic drill to destroy the rubble.

The video shows one man drilling through and pulling apart what appears to be a stone winged-bull, an Assyrian protective deity dating to the 7th Century BC.

One of the militants in the video seeks to justify their destruction in religious terms.

Analysts say the artefacts are unique and priceless, although the museum does also house copies of some items.

IS have controlled Mosul, Iraq's second largest city, since June 2014. The US military have said that an assault on the city by the Iraqi army could happen within months.

The region under IS control in Iraq has nearly 1,800 of Iraq's 12,000 registered archaeological sites.

The reported destruction of the statues follows recent reports that IS burnt down Mosul Library, which housed over 8,000 ancient manuscripts.

Source: BBC

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5 The Washington Post / United States 6 The People's Daily / China 7 The Daily Telegraph / United Kingdom 8 USA Today / United States
9 Los Angeles Times / United States 10 El Mundo / Spain 11 La Repubblica / Italy 12 The Times of India / India
13 Bild / Germany 14 Corriere della Sera / Italy 15 The Examiner / United States 16 The Independent / United Kingdom
17 El País / Spain 18 The Financial Times / United Kingdom 19 The Sydney Morning Herald / Australia 20 Daily News / United States
21 Chicago Tribune / United States 22 Le Monde / France 23 Marca / Spain 24 Hürriyet / Turkey
25 Die Welt / Germany 26 Asahi Shimbun / Japan 27 The Sun / United Kingdom 28 New York Post / United States
29 The Age / Australia 30 Gazeta Wyborcza / Poland 31 The Philadelphia Inquirer / United States 32 The Washington Times / United States
33 Die Zeit / Germany 34 Yomiuri Shimbun / Japan 35 The New Zealand Herald / New Zealand 36 The Onion / United States
37 Milliyet Gazetesi / Turkey 38 Il Sole 24 Ore / Italy 39 The Chicago Sun-Times / United States 40 Al-Ahram / Egypt
41 Le Figaro / France 42 Süddeutsche Zeitung / Germany 43 The Hindu / India 44 Houston Chronicle / United States
45 The Seattle Times / United States 46 Libération / France 47 The Globe and Mail / Canada 48 De Standaard / Belgium
49 The Irish Times / Ireland 50 The Toronto Star / Canada 51 Le Nouvel Observateur / France 52 Mercury News / United States
53 The Australian / Australia 54 The Denver Post / United States 55 The Christian Science Monitor / United States 56 The Dong-a Ilbo / Korea
57 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution / United States 58 Aftonbladet / Sweden 59 Kommersant / Russia 60 Bangkok Post / Thailand
61 Star Tribune / United States 62 The Hollywood Reporter / United States 63 Daily Mirror / United Kingdom 64 Dawn / Pakistan
65 El Universal / Mexico 66 The Miami Herald / United States 67 Mladá fronta Dnes / Czech Republic 68 DNA - Daily News & Analysis / India
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