SVOD: Brazilian media giant Globo launches platform in Europe

Globoplay will open its SVOD platform on October 14 in 20 European countries including the United Kingdom, Portugal, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland, but also Canada. . The particularity of this new SVOD platform which completes the European landscape is that it will be available in Portuguese and will offer an editorial offer based on…

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What is this tiny winged flea the size of a grain of sand?

Image: North Western. Whether you’re ready or not, the flying chips are here. But, unlike motorized drones, these aircraft are light enough to be carried by the winds. This technology, developed by engineers at Northwestern University in the United States, was inspired by maple seeds for its project, which resulted in a tiny aircraft that…

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Smart cities: How technology is helping rebuild war-torn regions

For more than three decades, the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh has been at the heart of numerous disagreements between neighboring nations of the Caucasus, Armenia and Azerbaijan. Recognized internationally as part of Azerbaijan, the territory was until recently ruled mostly by Armenians. During the First Nagorno-Karabakh War, which began in the late 1980s and lasted…

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Yes, lawn care with LiDAR solves big problems

How can we prevent weeds from invading multi-million dollar solar installations? Thanks to a confluence of sensor developments and automation technologies. Yes, the answer is once again: with robots. This is a big problem, the kind of logistical constraint that lurks under corporate business plans and that we don’t pay much attention to. Companies that…

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Can we prevent suicide among young people by analyzing their behavior online?

In the United States, the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control and the online security company Bark Technologies have just published a study conducted jointly, which shows that certain online behaviors of young people, whether it is harassment , violence, drug-related content, hate speech, sexual content, depression-related or even mild self-harm, could be used…

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Les meilleurs outils de migration de données en 2021

Lorsque vous devez déplacer des données d’un ordinateur à un autre ou d’un client à un serveur, vous avez besoin d’outils capables de déplacer vos fichiers de manière fiable et de vérifier que le déplacement s’est bien déroulé. Dans ce guide, nous allons examiner plusieurs outils de ce type, chacun d’entre eux résolvant un type…

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Big Data or Big Data, one-click definition

Big Data, or big data, is the term for the very large volumes of data available to organizations within their IS. Heterogeneous and continuously collected, this data often remains to be exploited. With the acceleration of digitization, the volume of data generated each year is growing at a breakneck pace. In 2018, IDC estimated this…

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Video: Beijing declares all cryptocurrency transactions illegal

The Chinese central bank reiterated its stance on cryptocurrency on Friday, issuing a memo that bans cryptocurrency transactions and makes it illegal for foreign exchanges to provide services to people in China. “Business activities related to virtual currency are illegal financial activities,” said the People’s Bank of China in a statement posted on its website…

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Using tokens without SaaS subscriptions? Autodesk gives it a try

At a time when subscription revenues are growing steadily, the software industry is also evolving, offering more and more finesse in the management of subscriptions to cloud solutions. From today, the publisher Autodesk offers a new economic model: pay as you go according to points, or tokens. The offer is called Flex and complements the…

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Brussels wants a universal USB-C charger, AP-HP hacking, growing subscription services … That’s the ZD Brief!

Summary : Brussels wants a universal USB-C charger A zero-day flaw exploited to hack the AP-HP Cloud and open source, the most sought-after tech skills The key figure: $ 430 more per year for subscription services Practice : home automation to watch over your children Brussels wants a universal USB-C charger More than a decade…

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