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England and Scotland share spoils at Wembley – Euro 2020 Football Daily...
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Max Rushden is joined by Barry Glendenning, Jim Burke and John Brewin, with reaction from both Ewan Murray and Jonathan Liew at WembleyRate, review, share on Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Audioboom, Mixcloud, Acast and Stitcher, and join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email.On the podcast today: England and Scotland play out a 0-0 draw at Wembley. The panel discuss Scotland’s strengths, including that solid left flank, and what’s happened to Harry Kane. Continue reading.........
MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Pair of Dusk Electrochromic Smart Sunglasses From Ampere...
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For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Ampere to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a pair of Dusk sunglasses. The Dusk sunglasses aren't your standard pair of sunglasses -- they have adjustable electrochromic lenses. You can use an accompanying app or a control on the sunglasses themselves to adjust the tint level, plus these are smart sunglasses with integrated speaker and microphone so you can also listen to music and take phone calls. Like many sunglasses that play music, the Dusk sunglasses use an open ear audio feature that lets you listen to music without disturbing those around you. The built-in battery gives you four hours of playtime before needing to be recharged, but it lasts for seven days when you're just using tint control. Listening to music with an open ear design keeps you aware of what's going on around you, so these sunglasses are ideal for commuters who walk or ride bikes and need to keep tabs on traffic. Ampere has also added in Siri integration, so you can access Siri with the tap of a button. With a classic wayfarer design and a matte black finish, the Dusk sunglasses have universal appeal, and the polarized lenses are able to transition from light to dark to suit your preferences. These are not transitional lenses that react to light -- you have full control over the tint level. There are pre-set tint levels loaded on the frame that can be accessed with a button, and you can create your own preferred tints using the Ampere app. When you change the tint of the Dusk sunglasses, it takes just a fraction of a second to update, and the polarized lenses block 100 percent of UVA/UVB rays in addition to reducing glare and increasing sharpness, regardless of tint level. Weighing in at 26 grams, the Dusk sunglasses are comfortable for all-day wear. The Dusk sunglasses come with a matching carrying case that has a little slot for an Apple AirTag, so as long as you're diligent about returning them to the case after using them, they'll be trackable should they go missing. You can also use the Ampere app to play a sound should the sunglasses go missing in the house. Since the Dusk sunglasses offer IP65 dust and water resistance, you can wear them at the pool, on the beach, and in other situations where they might be exposed to moisture. There's an optional charging case that can be purchased, which provides up to 40 hours of listening time, and for those who already have earbuds, there's also a more affordable Dusk Lite. The standard Dusk sunglasses offer tint adjustment, speakers, and a microphone for music and calls, while the Lite version just has the tint feature. Ampere is offering two Dusk prize packs to MacRumors readers, which include a set of Dusk Smart Sunglasses, a Wireless Charging Carry Case with AirTag Holder, a microfiber cleaning cloth, and a Sidekick Tech Sling with AirTag Holder for storage. To enter to win, use the Gleam.io widget below and enter an email address. Email addresses will be used solely for contact purposes to reach the winners and send the prizes. You can earn additional entries by subscribing to our weekly newsletter, subscribing to our YouTube channel, following us on Twitter, following us on Instagram, or visiting the MacRumors Facebook page. Due to the complexities of international laws regarding giveaways, only U.S. residents who are 18 years or older and Canadian residents (excluding Quebec) who have reached the age of majority in their province or territory are eligible to enter. To offer feedback or get more information on the giveaway restrictions, please refer to our Site Feedback section, as that is where discussion of the rules will be redirected. Ampere Giveaway The contest will run from today (June 18) at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time through 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time on June 25. The winners will be chosen randomly on June 25 and will be contacted by email. The winners will have 48 hours to respond and provide a shipping address before new winners are chosen. The Dusk sunglasses are available for pre-order right now for $250 and will be shipping out in August, but Ampere has a special deal for MacRumors readers who want to pick up a pair. MacRumors readers who preorder can get the Dusk sunglasses for $225, with a free Tech Sling included.Tag: giveawayThis article, "MacRumors Giveaway: Win a Pair of Dusk Electrochromic Smart Sunglasses From Ampere" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums......
Perspectives on tackling Big Tech’s market power...
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The need for markets-focused competition watchdogs and consumer-centric privacy regulators to think outside their respective ‘legal silos’ and find creative ways to work together to tackle the challenge of big tech market power was the impetus for a couple of fascinating panel discussions organized by the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), which were livestreamed […]......
Wizards of OSS: Industry perspectives on open source software...
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The web's growth over the past 30 years has been fueled by open source software. But what would a world without open source look like?......
XR Technologies and Trends: Pandemic ushers in immersive experiences...
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Summary List Placement The pandmic has pushed XR, including a variety of VR and AR use cases, beyond gaming and entertainment. Do you work in the Tech industry? Get business insights on the latest innovations, market trends, and your competitors with data-driven research. The following is a preview of one Insider Intelligence report, US Virtual and Augmented Reality Users 2021. You can purchase this report here. Extended reality (XR) technologies, including virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) are still in the early phases of adoption, but they are evolving quickly. While most use cases for VR and AR are still related to gaming, entertainment, and social media, the variety of applications is expanding as more consumers and businesses test out immersive experiences. Because the pandemic has forced many people to work, socialize, study, and shop at home, they're using XR experiences to replace in-person ones. This year, 58.9 million people in the US will use VR, and 93.3 million people will use AR at least once per month. Though VR and AR are different technologies growing at different rates, the pandemic appears to have galvanized the market for both. VR and AR usage impacted by COVID-19 VR and AR usage has increased as more people stay home and pursue activities aligned with crowd avoidance and social distancing, including video gaming, consuming entertainment, participating in social VR, using AR features on social networks, and experimenting with virtual try-ons, virtual shopping, and 360-degree travel videos. For example, June 2020 research by Ipsos and the Global Myopia Awareness Coalition (GMAC) found that 58% of US children and teens spent more time with smartphones, 53% spent more time with video game consoles, and 15% spent more time with VR headsets since the pandemic began. In general, people who owned VR headsets used them more; others explored nonheadset options or considered buying headsets. Extended reality trends The move to remote and virtual work, studying, and other home-based activities has created interest in new and more useful applications of VR and AR beyond gaming. Virtual fitness, business collaboration, and distance learning are just three of many examples. With more development and more demand, VR and AR are increasingly being seen as viable replacements for in-person training, meetings, events, conventions, customer service, healthcare, and other activities. Top companies investing in XR The pandemic has turned XR into an even more important growth area for Big Tech. While Facebook is on its way to becoming the VR leader in the US with its Oculus ecosystem, it is also investing in AR. Other heavy hitters, including Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Samsung, are all reported to be racing to introduce their own VR, AR, and/or MR solutions to grow the market and capitalize on increasing demand. 5G VR stats XR developers are optimistic about the rollout of 5G wireless service—both in the US and around the world. Higher-speed 5G networks are expected to eliminate many persistent technical difficulties and boost XR's viability. In an April 2020 survey conducted by Toluna and Advertiser Perceptions on behalf of Verizon Media, 44% of US adults cited streaming VR content and 36% cited AR experiences as expected benefits of 5G technology. Likewise, a majority of adults in South Korea, the UK, and the US found the idea of subscription-based VR and AR at least somewhat appealing, according to a January 2020 Nokia poll conducted by Parks Associates. Nearly three-quarters (73%) of respondents found a subscription to VR experiences appealing or very appealing, while 70% and 65%, respectively, said the same for AR experiences and VR sports. Interested in getting the full report? Here's how you can gain access: Join other Insider Intelligence clients who receive this report, along with thousands of other Technology forecasts, briefings, charts, and research reports to their inboxes. >> Become a Client Purchase the individual report from our store. >> Buy The Report Here Are you a current Insider Intelligence client? Log in and read the report here.Join the conversation about this story »......
What is open source?...
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It's difficult to overstate the role of open source in today's world, as it intersects with just about every piece of software and hardware.......
De Bruyne dazzles and Denmark rises for Eriksen – Euro 2020 Football Daily...
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Max Rushden is joined by Natasha Henry, Nick Ames, Mark Langdon and Barry Glendenning to discuss Belgium’s game of two halves against Denmark, and the Netherlands’ easy win overAustriaRate, review, share on Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Audioboom, Mixcloud, Acast and Stitcher, and join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email.An emotional day in Copenhagen as Denmark score a very early goal, only to fall to the genius of Kevin De Bruyne. Nick Ames joins us from the stadium which stood as one in the 10th minute to show their love and support for Christian Eriksen. Continue reading.........
Facebook will add ‘satire exception’ to its community standards...
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Facebook says it will update its Community Standards to clarify how it treats satirical content as a result of recommendations from the Oversight Board.......