Thursday, July 31, 2014

Samsung UNPACKED 2014 Episode 2 with Galaxy Note 4 far better than Galaxy S5 in September 3rd, coming up.


 Concept.

"Samsung Note 4 will have far better specifications than the Galaxy S5 smartphone," said Samsung Electro-Mechanics Chief Financial Officer Kwon Young-noh, recently. 
Samsung Electro is an affiliate of Samsung and supplies camera modules to Samsung Electronics. 
The new Samsung phablet ― a technology term which means a combination of smartphones and tablets ― will come with a 5.7-inch flat OLED screen and metal frame.


Samsung will also bring a curved OLED version of the Note 4 to the exhibition, though the curved Note 4 isn't aimed at appealing to the mass market.

"The Note 4 will be the first smartphone to incorporate an ultraviolet sensor. The sensor can measure UV radiation and offer index levels to Note 4 users inside the 'S Health' application," said an executive at Samsung's software partner based in Korea.


The upcoming phablet will be powered by Qualcomm processor chips and "definitely" support fourth-generation long-term evolution (LTE) mobile wireless technologies. For users in Korea, Samsung plans to put LTE-Advanced technology in the home-turf, according to the executives.

The company made agreements with major wireless carriers in the United States including AT&T, Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless for the guaranteed shipments of the Note 4, while it also plans to hold a big promotional campaign in China. 


Samsung Electronics will unveil its new phablet ― Galaxy Note 4 in Berlin on Sept. 3, executives at Samsung's top-tier local parts suppliers said.

They said Samsung is apparently looking to rush the Galaxy Note 4 out the door to try and combat Apple's new iPhone ― "iPhone 6" ― which is due out the same month.

"Samsung will hold an event to announce the Note 4 on Sept. 3, just few days before this year's IFA trade fair in Berlin, Germany ― Europe's biggest technology exhibition," said an executive at Samsung's top-tier display supplier by phone.

Samsung plans to send an official invitation letter to interested parties, media and industry officials for the event "soon." 

Apple plans to put out a 4.7-inch and a 5.5-inch variant of the iPhone 6 in September, which may sway a few Note users over to Apple, or vice versa.

In order to keep its existing Galaxy users and attract more customers, the new Samsung device will have enhanced hardware specifications.


 Koreatimes.


NANICO Electric mini-car to take on Sao Paulo traffic nightmare.





Finding a parking spot in Sao Paulo can be a nightmare. But for car designer Caio Strumiello -- that nightmare has been an inspiration. This is Nanico, the smallest car in Brazil. These days parking is a breeze. 

NANICO CREATOR, CAIO STRUMIELLO, : "When it comes to parking regular cars are stuck looking for a free parking space while I park my car in between spaces. Inside Sao Paulo you have nothing better because there isn't any space, you cant travel at higher speeds, and yet you have cars that keep getting bigger because people believe that a big car gives you status." Strumiello says what big cars really give their owners is less money and a slower commute. Currently Nanico is gas powered - capable of more than 80 miles per gallon, a fraction of the fuel used in most conventional cars. But Strumiello and his partner Paulo Roberto Da Conceicao are going a step further, changing out Nanico's combustion engine for an electric motor that runs on solar powered batteries. 

 NANICO TECHNOLOGY PARTNER, PAULO ROBERTO DA CONCEICAO, : "We are installing a motor that will technically have seven kilowatts of potential which is sufficient to travel at a speed of 70 kilometres per hour, which is the speed limit here greater Sao Paulo, and you will be able to charge it in six hours with solar batteries." 

The team plan to provide buyers of electric Nanico's with solar panels to charge the cars batteries. Strumiello plans to unveil their creation at a car show in Sao Paulo next month. He says his biggest challenge going forward will be persuading status and comfort conscious consumers to give up on their big cars. 

NANICO CREATOR, CAIO STRUMIELLO, : "Now what is important is people make themselves aware that we have to let go of this idea of extreme comfort in favour of society. This is what is difficult. If we can conquer this mentality it will make things better, much better." ...better for the environment and a possible solution to traffic congestion. Strumiello says he is confident that his tiny car is about to make a very big impact on the streets of his city.

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Samsung Electronics launches world`s first 78" bendable UHD TV



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Abraham from Samsung Tomorrow TV introduces the world's first bendable TVs right from CES 2014 in Las Vegas! Let's be world's first viewers to check out Samsung's latest amazing innovations, bendable UHD TVs.


Samsung Electronics is launching August 1st 2014, the industry's first flat-screen TV that curves the screen to be able to enjoy a Ben 78 type double UHD TV and release.
Samsung Ben Double UHD TV (UN78S9B) 'flat screen the user can change to inside  flat or concave side of the TV screen to de-select the curve bent into overdrive. Change the way customers want to watch with a custom TV.
Samsung Ben double UHD TV is designed to make the best Time less curvature did apply called  4200R.
Also 'UHD dimming (UHD Dimming)' into the screen with a finer contrast and color enhanced expression did.'Crystal Black Panel' to apply the diffuse lower the sharpness on the eyes and improves the picture quality.
Samsung Ben Double UHD TV  from August 1 will begin selling at the Samsung Digital Plaza in Gangnam and Jamsil Lotte, in South Korea first.
"Samsung consumers via Ben Double UHD TV viewing experience will be new. Based on this, the creation of a new TV market followed by a history of innovation, Samsung TV's future. "
- Vice President of Samsung Electronics Visual Display Division. 


Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Xerox introduces technologies that turn a smartphone into a teacher.



Twenty Xerox scientists specialized in machine vision and image processing, joined colleagues from Google, Facebook, Microsoft Research, Amazon and some of the leading academic institutions in the world to share their research,  in late June.

The purpose of this committee is to make computers behave increasingly like 'human beings', mimicking the way the brain sees and thinks. 

The annual conference IEEE Computer Vision / Pattern Recognition, held between 23 and 28 June in Columbus, Ohio (USA), meets annually to leading scientists around the world to work on improving the artificial vision, discipline that allows computers to improve their performance, rise and sometimes even surpassing human capabilities. 

"Xerox has extensive knowledge of business processes in many sectors and is a pioneer in teaching computers to extract image analysis and meaningful and actionable videos," said Raja Bala, Scientific Research Center that Xerox in Webster, NY York. "Although there has been significant progress in recent years, scientists still challenges that we have to solve." 

Xerox Research presented at the conference this year include: 

Detect if drivers use mobile devices when they are driving down the highway 

Some state and federal government organizations prohibit cell phone use while driving to improve safety on the roads. Xerox scientists are working on a camera system for motorways employing pattern recognition technology and detects whether a driver is using a mobile phone. 

Turn smartphones into personal assistants Driving 

Webster researchers are also working on a project of artificial vision that mobile phones become assistants for driving. Using a detection technology facial features, the phone identify the direction of gaze of the driver and detect if distracted or is paying attention to the road. 

Call to make images more attention 

Xerox researchers in both Europe and Harvard University are studying what attracts the attention of people when they see a picture first. This may develop images that have the greatest effect to predict where people look when viewing a scene, a picture or a game. 

Making sense of the information in computer vision: visual signatures 

Pictures and video account for 90 percent of current Internet traffic. Therefore it is necessary to have a technology that can automatically analyze an image and create a unique visual signature that distinguishes it from others. The European Research Center Xerox (XRCE) has invented a patented front-line firms make these extremely compact and solid methodology, surpassing current methods of learning, to address the challenging problems of image classification that currently exist. 

Designing "golden questions" in complex tasks crowdsourcing Crowdsourcing is commonly used as a forum for individuals found to label images. But it has its challenges when experts are needed for specific issues, as they rarely are available crowdsourcing platforms. To help unskilled annotators, the Xerox Research Centers in Europe and India have designed a system that can make an initial filter to propose a limited number of categories to choose from. The system automatically includes key questions to identify the experts that are selected are reliable and provide some quality work.

Press Release:

Xerox Scientists Share Innovations that Teach Computers to See, Think and Help Humans with their Work

Mobile technology that turns your smartphone into a driving coach and imaging technology that can detect texting drivers among innovations shown at international conference

NORWALK, Conn. — 
Twenty leading computer vision and imaging scientists from Xerox (NYSE: XRX) will join their peers from Google, Facebook, Microsoft Research, Amazon and many of the world’s top academic institutions later this month to share their research on making computers more “human like,” mimicking how the brain sees and thinks.
 
Steadily closing the gap between reality and Hollywood depictions of artificial intelligence, the annual IEEE Computer Vision/Pattern Recognition Conference set for June 23-28 in Columbus, Ohio, draws top scientists worldwide working on ways to advance computer vision, a field that empowers machines to “see” and make sense of the world, augmenting and often exceeding human capabilities.
 
“Xerox has firsthand knowledge of business processes across many industries, and is a pioneer in teaching computers to extract meaningful and actionable analytics from images and video,” said Raja Bala, a Xerox principal scientist in Webster, N.Y. “Although there’s been significant progress in recent years, a number of scientific challenges remain to be resolved.”
 
Xerox research presented at this year’s conference includes:
 
Detecting cell phone use by highway drivers
Motivated by its impact on public safety and property, several state and federal government organizations prohibit cell phone use while driving. Xerox scientists are working on a camera system for highways that uses pattern recognition technology to detect if a driver is using a cell phone.
 
Turning smartphones into a personal driving coach
Researchers in Webster are also working on a computer vision project that would turn smartphones into driving assistants. Using facial feature detection technology the phone would estimate a driver’s gaze direction, and detect if a driver is distracted and not paying attention to the road.
 
Making images more eye catching
Researchers from both Xerox in Europe and at Harvard University are studying what attracts people’s attention first when they look at a picture. Understanding that eye-catching element enables visuals to be composed for greater effect and can predict where people will look when facing a scene, a photo or game.
 
Making sense of big data in computer vision – image signatures
Images and video make up 90 percent of today’s Internet traffic. To explore and use this massive amount of data requires technology that can automatically analyze an image and create a unique ‘visual signature’ that distinguishes it from other images. The Xerox Research Centre Europe (XRCE) has invented a patented state-of-the-artmethodology that creates such signatures in an extremely compact and robust fashion, beating current deep learning methods for such challenging image classification problems as recognizing the brand and model of a car.
 
Pigeon or dove? Designing ‘gold’ questions in complex crowdsourcing tasks
Crowdsourcing is frequently used as a forum to find individuals to label images but presents challenges when specific subject matter experts are required (such as ornithologists to identify species of birds), since such experts are rarely available on crowdsourcing platforms. To assist non-expert annotators, the Xerox research centers in Europe and India have designed a system that can do a first filter to propose a very limited number of categories to choose from. The system automatically includes ‘gold’ questions to identify untrustworthy annotators and ensure the quality of labeling.
 
Xerox’s leadership in computer vision
Xerox conducts computer vision research at its centers in New York and France. TheXerox Innovation Group also collaborates with the world’s top academic institutions including the University of Oxford, Harvard University, the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science (INRIA), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Carnegie Mellon, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Penn State University, Notre Dame and University of Maryland.
 
About Xerox
Since the invention of Xerography more than 75 years ago, the people of Xerox have helped businesses simplify the way work gets done. Today, we are the global leader in business process and document management, helping organizations of any size be more efficient so they can focus on their real business. Headquartered in Norwalk, Conn., we have more than 140,000 Xerox employees and do business in more than 180 countries, providing business servicesprinting equipment and software for commercial and government organizations. Learn more atwww.xerox.com.

 

Qualcomm acquires EmpoweredU a pioneer in mobile learning.


Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. has announced the creation of a new division, Qualcomm Education, following its acquisition of EmpoweredU. EmpoweredU is a pioneer in mobile learning, having developed an intuitive, mobile-centric, and cloud based learning platform that is both device and operating system agnostic. EmpoweredU enables institutions to increase student engagement with an effective user experiences that leverages mobile.


Press Release:




Qualcomm Further Enhances Commitment to 24/7 Mobile Learning with Acquisition of Silicon Valley-Based Learning Technology Company EmpoweredU

 – July 30, 2014 – San DIEGO, Calif. — July 30, 2014— Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) today announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., has taken a further step towards the vision of demonstrating how technology innovations can help address some of the challenges the education sector faces, by completing the acquisition of EmpoweredU, a pioneer in the development of an intuitive, mobile-centric cloud-based learning environment that is both device and operating system agnostic. The integration of EmpoweredU, with other education initiatives within Qualcomm, will allow Qualcomm Technologies to accelerate mobile innovation and 24/7 learning into education – providing institutions, students and parents access to best-in-class education tools.  
“From the Company’s long involvement in the education space, including nearly 40 education projects funded by the Qualcomm® Wireless Reach™ initiative since 2007 , we’ve learned that providing students with 24/7 access to their peers, teachers and learning materials can dramatically improve learning outcomes,” said Steve Sprigg, senior vice president, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. “However, the digital divide continues to widen as there has not yet been a viable solution to address the gaps for those students without 24/7 access.  Qualcomm has a long-standing focus and passion on the role of technology in education, and we are committed to driving the ecosystem forward with mobile-centric solutions like the EmpoweredU learning environment.” 
Through EmpoweredU, K-20 students can be engaged and connected – whenever, wherever. The environment is designed so students can access and learn anywhere with wireless connectivity, anytime, across multiple operating systems via a consistent user interface across web and mobile devices. Synchronized content and offline access to course materials combine with real-time mobile learner analytics so that instructors can access up-to-the-minute information to understand student and class performance, and can adjust the curriculum accordingly. 
“The EmpoweredU environment was built on the idea that students can benefit from a more intuitive, mobile friendly student interface, learner analytics, simplified content creation and hosting,” said Steve Poizner, CEO, EmpoweredU. “We are excited to bring the EmpoweredU environment to augment the Qualcomm education strategy and goal of enabling the mobile education ecosystem and bridging the digital divide.” 
To learn more about the commitment Qualcomm has to improving education, please visit http://www.qualcomm.com/education. 

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

       

 

About Qualcomm Incorporated
Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) is a world leader in 3G, 4G and next-generation wireless technologies. Qualcomm Incorporated includes Qualcomm’s licensing business, QTL, and the vast majority of its patent portfolio. Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, operates, along with its subsidiaries, substantially all of Qualcomm’s engineering, research and development functions, and substantially all of its products and services businesses, including its semiconductor business, QCT. For more than 25 years, Qualcomm ideas and inventions have driven the evolution of digital communications, linking people everywhere more closely to information, entertainment and each other. For more information, visit Qualcomm’swebsiteOnQ blogTwitter and Facebook pages.

Is Yahoo entering the heavyweight app league ?



Yahoo’s acquisition of app analytics and advertising company Flurry this week showed just how serious the web firm is about using a coherent mobile strategy to turn its fortunes around.
The company has been busy revamping its mobile offerings and acquiring developer talent and app technology under the stewardship of CEO Marissa Mayer. And this approach is clearly having an effect.
In its second quarter results last week, Yahoo revealed it has 450 million monthly active mobile users, a 36 per cent year-on-year increase, and more than double the figure of two years ago. In addition, the time Yahoo users spend accessing its services via mobile devices has increased 79 per cent year-on-year.
This is impressive progress for a company that was really struggling to convert its previous online prominence into success in the mobile world.
And apps appear to be central to the success of Yahoo’s mobile strategy: it claims to have more than 400 employees developing iOS and Android products, and smartphone users spend 86 per cent of their time interacting with Yahoo within apps.
Recent successes include the Aviate homescreen, which saw rapid user growth in the first week of availability, with those accessing the technology doing so an average of 50 times per day.
The new Yahoo Mail has seen iOS users spending an additional one minute per day using the app compared to its predecessor, with a 65 per cent increase on Android.
Put simply, focusing on apps has been the major driver in the company becoming more relevant in the mobile world.
The Flurry announcement takes Yahoo’s mobile strategy to another level as it is clearly addressing the wider developer community, as well as boosting its in-house expertise.
Flurry’s reach is significant, with 170,000 developers in 150 countries using its analytics tools and a total of 540,000 apps running on the platform.
Yahoo said the agreement to acquire Flurry is “a meaningful step for the company and reinforces Yahoo’s commitment to building and supporting useful, inspiring and beautiful mobile applications and monetisation solutions”.
The proposed acquisition shows that Yahoo wants to work with third party developers by offering analytics services and improved monetisation options through Flurry’s mobile advertising technology.
Yahoo’s mobile advertising play is having success already: its unified mobile search and native buying platform, Gemini, has made a promising start, now accounting for 50 per cent of the company’s mobile display revenue in the US.
The addition of Flurry’s app-focused nous will undoubtedly boost Yahoo’s efforts to become a more important player in the app ecosystem.
Although Yahoo is at an earlier phase, the best comparison is Facebook, which acquired tools company Parse in April last year and agreed to purchase Little Eye Labs, a Bangalore-based start-up that builds performance analysis and monitoring tools for Android app developers in January this year.
Facebook’s efforts recently saw engagement company Fiksu describe it as the most effective channel to promote mobile apps, providing higher conversion rates and better return on investment than other approaches.
Amazon too is becoming a more prominent mobile player with app promotion and monetisation services to attract developers. Of course, the e-commerce giant has the added motivation of stocking its Appstore and a growing device portfolio.
Even Twitter recently got in on the act with the introduction of its mobile app promotion service, through which developers can drive installs and engagement via the microblogging platform.
Out of all the web giants, Google has clearly gone the furthest, developing the world’s most popular mobile operating system and app store, allowing it to have a different and deeper relationship with developers.
Yahoo can’t hope to compete with this (and likely never will), but as a model for how an online search and advertising company can embrace mobile, Google can’t be surpassed.
mobileworld

Germany: BlackBerry Reinforces Mobile Security Leadership with Acquisition of Secusmart.



BlackBerry bolstered its security credentials with the acquisition of Secusmart, a German provider of “high-security voice and data encryption and anti-eavesdropping solutions for government organisations, enterprises and telecommunications service providers”.
Financial details were not disclosed.
The companies have already worked together, including a partnership to provide Germany’s Federal office for Information Security with a BlackBerry 10 solution “for classified communications for the country’s highest public officials” – including Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The security of Merkel’s communications came into the spotlight late last year, when it was reported that the US government had been monitoring her calls.
While BlackBerry has already trumpeted the security of its own data platform, the deal will enable it to improve its position with regard to voice calls.
BlackBerry has held a strong position in the enterprise world, in no small part due to its security capabilities, for some time, but is coming under increasing pressure from technologies such as Samsung’s fledgling Knox platform.
The acquisition of Secusmart is an indication that despite its well-publicised woes, it is still investing in areas that are strategically important, supporting its renewed focus on the enterprise market.
Industry analyst Jack Gold said: “If BlackBerry can raise the awareness and get the market, particularly in enterprise and regulated industries, to recognise the need for secure voice and the amount of potential loss, then BB could win big in the market. It will take some effort, but this could be a great channel for BB to grow share.”
Hans-Christoph Quelle, CEO of Secusmart, said: “The secrets of our existing and new customers continue to be reliably secure: the heart of the Secusmart technology is and remains the Crypto-Chip integrated into a standard Micro-SD Card. End-to-end encryption is the only method to protect voice and data communication against third party espionage. As in the past no Secusmart employees will have access to encryption algorithm or the secrets of our clients.”
John Chen, executive chairman and CEO of BlackBerry, said: “The acquisition of Secusmart underscores our focus on addressing growing security costs and threats ranging from individual privacy to national security.”
The transaction is subject to certain conditions, including regulatory approvals.
Press Releases:

BlackBerry Reinforces Mobile Security Leadership with Acquisition of Secusmart

Waterloo, ON – BlackBerry Limited (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB), a world leader in mobile communications, has entered into an agreement to acquire Secusmart GmbH, a leader in high-security voice and data encryption and anti-eavesdropping solutions for government organizations, enterprises and telecommunications service providers in Germany and internationally.
The transaction is subject to the satisfaction of certain customary conditions, including the receipt of regulatory approvals.
“We are always improving our security solutions to keep up with the growing complexity of enterprise mobility, with devices being used for more critical tasks and to store more critical information, and security attacks becoming more sophisticated,” said John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO, BlackBerry. “The acquisition of Secusmart underscores our focus on addressing growing security costs and threats ranging from individual privacy to national security. This acquisition bolsters our security solutions with leading voice and data encryption and anti-eavesdropping technologies, and furthers BlackBerry’s security leadership in end-to-end mobile solutions.”
BlackBerry and Secusmart have previously partnered to offer Secusmart’s innovative technology to customers that have the most demanding security needs. In fact, last year, the SecuSUITE for BlackBerry® 10 solution was selected by Germany’s Federal Office for Information Security for classified communications for the country’s highest public officials. Through this collaboration, the two companies have provided Secusmart-equipped BlackBerry smartphones to a significant number of German government agencies and almost all German government ministries and leaders, including Chancellor Angela Merkel.
“This transaction is a fantastic opportunity to accelerate growth in the market for high-end secure communications solutions, driven by the need to combat electronic eavesdropping and data theft,” said Dr. Hans-Christoph Quelle, Managing Director of Secusmart. “Secusmart and BlackBerry’s solution already meets the highest security requirements of the German federal authorities and NATO for restricted communications. We see significant opportunities to introduce Secusmart’s solutions to more of BlackBerry’s government and enterprise customers around the world.”
BlackBerry’s acquisition of Secusmart is the latest demonstration of the company’s commitment to being the first name in enterprise mobile security. This commitment is why BlackBerry customers include all G7 governments, 16 of the G20 governments, 10 out of 10 of the largest global enterprises in each of the pharmaceutical, legal and automotive industries, and the five largest oil and gas companies. BlackBerry has more security certifications than any other vendor and is the only mobility solution to receive “Full Operational Capability” (FOC) approval to run on U.S. Department of Defense networks.
About BlackBerry
A global leader in mobile communications, BlackBerry® revolutionized the mobile industry when it was introduced in 1999. Today, BlackBerry aims to inspire the success of our millions of customers around the world by continuously pushing the boundaries of mobile experiences. Founded in 1984 and based in Waterloo, Ontario, BlackBerry operates offices in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America. The company trades under the ticker symbols "BB" on the Toronto Stock Exchange and "BBRY" on the NASDAQ. For more information, visitwww.blackberry.com.
About Secusmart
Secusmart (www.secusmart.com) is the leading expert in the development and implementation of comprehensive anti-eavesdropping solutions for German government agencies and organizations responsible for the provision of emergency services as well as governments and public authorities outside of Germany. With the SecuSUITE for BlackBerry 10 Chancellor Phone, Secusmart combines modern smartphone convenience with highly secure mobile communication. Together with Vodafone, the Düsseldorf anti-eavesdropping experts have integrated the highly secure voice encryption from SecuSUITE for BlackBerry 10 into the new Secure Call app, providing a highly secure smartphone for businesses. Landline phones are also protected within the scope of the Federal Security Network, a customer specific solution including SecuGATE LV, tap-proof desk telephones, and SecuBRIDGE, encrypted telephone conferences.
Secusmart stärkt sichere Kommunikation bei BlackBerry

Düsseldorf, 29.07.2014 - Secusmart und der Smartphone-Pionier BlackBerry Ltd. vereinbaren die Übernahme von Secusmart durch BlackBerry Ltd. Secusmart bleibt als GmbH in Deutschland erhalten. Durch das Zusammengehen erhält Secusmart Zugang zum globalen Markt für sichere mobile Kommunikation und wird zukünftig von dem weltweiten Vertriebs- und Support-Team der BlackBerry „Security Unit“ profitieren. Der Abschluss der Transaktion wird, vorbehaltlich der notwendigen regulatorischen Genehmigungen, erwartet. 

Dr. Hans-Christoph Quelle, CEO Secusmart GmbH: „Als Abhörschutzunternehmen haben wir durch diesen strategischen Schritt ganz neue Möglichkeiten „Security made in Germany“ weltweit Behörden, Mobilfunkbetreibern und Unternehmen anzubieten. Die Geheimnisse unserer bestehenden und zukünftigen Kunden bleiben auch weiterhin zuverlässig geschützt: Herzstück der Secusmart-Technologie ist und bleibt ein Krypto-Chip, integriert in eine handelsübliche Micro-SD Karte. Ende zu Ende Verschlüsselung ist das einzige Mittel, um die Sprach- und Datenkommunikation vor Spionage Dritter zu schützen. Wie auch in der Vergangenheit hat kein Secusmart-Mitarbeiter Zugriff auf die Verschlüsselungsalgorithmen oder die Geheimnisse unserer Kunden.“ 

Die Secusmart GmbH (www.secusmart.com) ist führender Experte in der Entwicklung und Implementierung kompletter Abhörschutzlösungen in deutschen Behörden und Organisationen mit Sicherheitsaufgaben (BOS) oder auch für Regierungen und Behörden im Ausland. Mit dem Kanzler-Phone SecuSUITE for BlackBerry 10 kombiniert Secusmart erstmals modernen Smartphone-Komfort mit einem hochsicheren Abhörschutz. Gemeinsam mit Vodafone integriert das Düsseldorfer Abhörschutz-Unternehmen diese hochsichere Sprachverschlüsselung aus der SecuSUITE for BlackBerry 10 in die App „Secure Call“ und bietet damit das hochsichere Smartphone für die Wirtschaft. Im Festnetzbereich gehören zu den kundenspezifischen Lösungen für ein abhörsicheres Bundessicherheitsnetz das SecuGATE LV, abhörsichere Tischtelefone und die SecuBRIDGE für verschlüsselte Telefonkonferenzen. 

Kontakt:
Secusmart GmbH, Heinrichstraße 155, 40239 Düsseldorf, Pressesprecherin Swenja Kremer, Tel.: 0211-447399-251, mobil: 0151 54360563, Fax: 0211-447396-251, E-Mail: presse@secusmart.com, Web: www.secusmart.com

euromarcom public relations GmbH, Mühlhohle 2, 65205 Wiesbaden, Tel.: 0611-973150, Fax: 0611-719290, E-Mail: team@euromarcom.de, Web: www.euromarcom.de


Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Microsoft's selfie phone is in the works.

 Microsoft  hardware chief gave employees a sneak peek at a 'selfie' phone featuring a 5 megapixel forward-facing camera at an internal meeting this week, a source at the company said on Tuesday.
Stephen Elop, the former Nokia CEO who now runs Microsoft's devices business, showed off the phone in front of thousands at the company's annual employee meeting in Seattle on Monday.
The 4.7 inch (11.9 cm) screen 'selfie' phone, plus another high-end Windows Phone, are expected to launch soon, according to tech news site The Verge, which first reported the news.

The 5 megapixel camera on the front of the device is much more powerful than Apple Inc's  iPhone 5, with a 1.2 megapixel front camera, and the Microsoft phone's screen is larger, making it better-suited for users who want to take pictures of themselves.

LG G3 Burgundy Red and Moon Violet will be available this month.




Additional G3 colors such as Moon Violet and Burgundy Red will be rolled out in select markets starting in August and continuing over several weeks. Exact colors and dates will be decided locally in conjunction with carriers. Announcements will be made in each market at the time of availability.


The LG G3 is available from AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile in either black or white, while Sprint has the black and gold color options in stock.



Monday, July 28, 2014

France: Making $10K Shoes for Rafael Nadal Entirely By Hand. Video.



Appreciate high-end luxury men's shoes? At a time when huge luxury groups like LVMH may struggle with their size, French shoemaker Pierre Corthay's strategy is simple: remain small and exclusive. Clients include actor Clive Owen and tennis player Rafael Nadal.




LG launches 105 inch Curved Ultra HD TV (5K) WebOS powered.


Today LG Electronics is announcing its brand new 105 inch Curved Ultra HD TV WebOS Easy Connect, Easy Navigation , Easy Usability powered that is  more than 5 times the full HD resolution of 1100 (5120 x 2160) on a  IPS LCD panel surface A High Quality 21:09 screen aspect ratio to watch movies on a Cinemascope enviromment and for to enjoy TV, photos and entertainment.

It is equipped with the best sound quality , worth of home-theater quality 7.2 channel 150 watts (W) equipped with a very large speaker.
LG Electronics is a global leader in Kydon audio equipment company Harman (Harman kardon) through collaboration with experts so that you can enjoy quality sound.
LG Electronics  will launch first the  105 inch Ultra HD TV WebOS for 100000000 yuan (US$97.000) in Korea.
Press Release:

LG ANNOUNCES START OF SALES OF 105-INCH 21:9 CURVED ULTRA HD TV
With 5K Resolution and CinemaScope 21:9 Aspect Ratio,
LG’s Latest TV Redefines Immersive Viewing


SEOUL, July 29, 2014 — First shown to the public at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January, the 105-inch CURVED ULTRA HD TV from LG Electronics (LG) became available for pre-orders this week in South Korea. With a resolution of over 11 million pixels (5120 x 2160) and CinemaScope 21:9 aspect ratio, LG’s model 105UC9 TV delivers a truly immersive viewer experience with ultra-sharp, lifelike images and stunning virtual surround sound.

The LG CURVED ULTRA HD TV’s cinematic 21:9 aspect ratio LCD screen features 11 million pixels, five times more than on a Full HD TV. With such a high pixel density, images are rendered with a sharpness and clarity that has to be seen to be believed. The 105UC9 achieves its superior picture quality through LG’s True 4K Engine Pro and IPS 4K Panel. True 3K Engine Pro eliminates visual errors and can upscale lower-resolution content into near-Ultra HD quality while the IPS 4K Panel provides consistent contrast, true-to-life colors and a wide viewing angle. 

“The vision behind LG’s 105-inch 21:9 CURVED ULTRA HD TV was to bring the movie theater into the living room,” said In-kyu Lee, senior vice president and head of the TV Division at LG’s Home Entertainment Company. “Featuring a curved 5K CinemaScope screen and a 7.2 channel speaker system, the 105UC9 is LG’s most spectacular ULTRA HD TV yet. This product pushes the envelope in home entertainment innovation and demonstrates what is possible when you bring today’s most advanced TV technologies together.”

LG’s TV also delivers incredible audio through a built-in 7.2 channel, 150W sound system. Incorporating LG’s ULTRA Surround concept and developed in partnership with premium audio products manufacturer Harman Kardon, the speaker array produces a powerful and rich audio experience. The multi-channel system complements the TV’s 21:9 CinemaScope screen with a sonic performance worthy of an actual movie theater.

With the same aspect ratio as a Hollywood motion picture, the 105UC9 CinemaScope 21:9 screen recreates the movie experience in the home. The curvature of the display has been carefully calibrated to maximize the immersive ambiance. What’s more, when viewing programs in 16:9 format, the unused screen space on the sides can display additional information or programming details to enhance the viewing experience.

The 105UC9 ensures an immensely satisfying user experience via LG Smart+TV, which is centered on the intuitive webOS platform. LG’s webOS makes everything simple and fast, whether it’s switching between content, discovering exciting new shows, apps and services, or connecting to media stored on external devices. And with the help of the friendly, animated BeanBird character, webOS also makes the initial setup and connection process quicker and a lot more enjoyable. And by combining Film Patterned Retarder (FPR) 3D technology with extremely high picture resolution, LG’s 4K 3D+ feature offers unobtrusive and compelling 3D viewing pleasure. And thanks to the 4K 3D Upscaler, content in SD, HD and Full HD is converted into crystal-clear, near-Ultra HD resolution.

The LG 105UC9 will be rolled out in other markets from the fourth quarter. Prices and exact dates of availability will be announced locally.



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