Facebook Will Punish Pages That Share Fake News – NBC News

Facebook Will Punish Pages That Share Fake News - NBC News

Facebook Will Punish Pages That Share Fake News – NBC News

A Facebook blog post said the move targets “instances of Pages using Facebook ads to build their audiences in order to distribute false news more broadly.Fake news is “an endemic problem across a whole ecosystem so there is no silver bullet here, but it will contribute toward making it harder for people to exploit the system,” David Carroll, an associate professor of media design at the New School, said.Spreading fake news is of course a profitable business. Many pages have used advertisements to build their audience. When people click on their fake stories, those fake news purveyors can then make money off their readership by running ads on their sites. Facebook and Google do not allow fake news sites to use their advertising platforms.

Källa: Facebook Will Punish Pages That Share Fake News – NBC News

Tech CEOs to Trump: 'Dreamers are vital' – Sep. 1, 2017

Tech CEOs to Trump: 'Dreamers are vital' - Sep. 1, 2017

Tech CEOs to Trump: ‘Dreamers are vital’ – Sep. 1, 2017

The tech industry’s top CEOs are demanding President Trump and Congress continue a program that protects young undocumented immigrants from being deported.”Dreamers are vital to the future of our companies and our economy,” the CEOs wrote in a letter posted on FWD.us, an immigration advocacy organization. “With them, we grow and create jobs. They are part of why we will continue to have a global competitive advantage.”The letter was signed by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Apple’s Tim Cook, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Google’s Sundar Pichai, Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Meg Whitman, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella and Netflix’s Reed Hastings, among 350 others. Tech investors and board members, including Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett and General Motors’ Mary Barra also signed the letter.

Källa: Tech CEOs to Trump: ‘Dreamers are vital’ – Sep. 1, 2017

Tech CEOs to Trump: ‘Dreamers are vital’ – Sep. 1, 2017

Tech CEOs to Trump: 'Dreamers are vital' - Sep. 1, 2017

Tech CEOs to Trump: ‘Dreamers are vital’ – Sep. 1, 2017

The tech industry’s top CEOs are demanding President Trump and Congress continue a program that protects young undocumented immigrants from being deported.”Dreamers are vital to the future of our companies and our economy,” the CEOs wrote in a letter posted on FWD.us, an immigration advocacy organization. “With them, we grow and create jobs. They are part of why we will continue to have a global competitive advantage.”The letter was signed by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Apple’s Tim Cook, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Google’s Sundar Pichai, Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Meg Whitman, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella and Netflix’s Reed Hastings, among 350 others. Tech investors and board members, including Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett and General Motors’ Mary Barra also signed the letter.

Källa: Tech CEOs to Trump: ‘Dreamers are vital’ – Sep. 1, 2017

Low Earth Orbit

Low Earth Orbit

Low Earth Orbit

 

Orbital drone movements are the ones with power to convert two dimensional images into dancing focal layers escaping out of the frame. We wanted to further explore the technique, with high altitude long orbits, along with ones very close to the ground, we call them “Orbital drone-lapses”. These shots are a mix of automatic and manual flights. Shot in Folegandros island, Greece.

Low Earth Orbit is a zone between earth’s surface and 2,000km, where we find most of our satellite system orbiting around our planet, together with the international space station.

A romantic attempt to step aside for a while gravity and atmospheric forces, bringing these orbits closer to the ground.

 

Philips adds new HomeKit-compatible Hue lights, puts more bulbs in Starter Kits

Philips adds new HomeKit-compatible Hue lights, puts more bulbs in Starter Kits

Philips adds new HomeKit-compatible Hue lights, puts more bulbs in Starter Kits

Philips on Thursday announced an upcoming collection of Hue lights compatible with Apple’s HomeKit, as well as three bigger Starter Kit bundles.The main addition is the White Ambiance Cher Suspension, a 3,000-lumen fixture meant to sit over a kitchen area or dining table. The White Ambiance series lacks the full color-changing abilities of Philips’s top-end bulbs, but does support a mix of warm and cool tones.The White Ambiance downlight is intended for for recessed ceiling lights, and will be available in 4-inch and 5/6-inch versions, rated at 700 and 750 lumens respectively. The downlight and the Cher Suspension fixture should both ship in October, at prices of $34.99 and $229.99. Also due that month is the $49.99 White and Color Ambiance candle bulb, which has an E12 base and provides dimmer 450-lumen output.

Källa: Philips adds new HomeKit-compatible Hue lights, puts more bulbs in Starter Kits

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