Archive du mois : mars 2018

spotify-the-music-streaming-service-thats-crushing-apple-music-just-filed-to-go-public-in-a-very-weird-way.jpg 0

Spotify, the song streaming service that’s crushing Apple Tune, merely filed to switch public in a in point of fact odd intention

Spotify CEO Daniel Ek Andrew Burton/Getty Spotify filed the paperwork to list shares on the New York Stock Exchange. The company is planning to do a « Direct IPO » which bypasses the typical Wall Street process. Spotify is the largest music streaming service with 71 million paid suscribers, but rival Apple is catching up fast. Spotify…

Winter-weather-Feb-28th-2018.jpg 0

Brits warned 40cms of snow would possibly perchance perhaps perhaps well tumble the next day when Storm Emma hits

Heavy snow showers and gale force winds will continue to affect large parts of the UK tomorrow as Storm Emma hits. Forecasters have warned the storm will be « significantly disruptive », bringing the risk of power cuts, huge transport delays, up to 40cm of snow and temperatures as low as -12. The Met Office continues to…

1440.jpeg 0

Hugs, tears and police: Excessive college reopens after shooting

PARKLAND, Fla. (AP) — Students and teachers hugged and cried Wednesday as they returned under heavy police guard to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High for the first time since a teenager with an assault rifle killed 17 people and thrust the huge Florida school into the center of a renewed national gun debate. The half-day began…

dims 0

The chaos of unlocking your phone in 2018

Vivo’s using ultrasound sensors that can apparently read your prints across a bigger area beneath the screen. (In comparison, the last model did the same scanning trick with a tiny camera sensor, but that’s something apparently only possible with OLED screens). When Engadget Senior Editor, Chris Velazco, tested it out in person, the tech wasn’t…