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  • 1/26   Press Review #data #sonification
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 - Exclusive: Listen To 'Alchemy,' Simonne Jones' Song Made From Physics Data - Popular Science   More Information - Boosting swimming performance with sound data - Science Daily   More Information - There's no Big Data without intelligent interface - The Globe and Mail   More Information - 2016 Citroën Cxperience - Top Speed   More Information - Now hear this - The Economist   More Information - The Sound of the Economy: Data Sonification and the Cheeseburger Index - Foreign Affairs   More Information - 5 Questions about the Sound Visualization & Data Sonification Hackathon - I CARE IF YOU LISTEN   More Information - Communicating Arctic Science Creatively for Diverse Audiences - Eos   More Information - Wearables making a splash in Olympic swimming this year - ReadWrite   More Information - New playground, art installation opens at Jacobson park - ABC 36 ... - WTVQ   More Information


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    - Exclusive: Listen To 'Alchemy,' Simonne Jones' Song Made From Physics Data - Popular Science
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    - Boosting swimming performance with sound data - Science Daily
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    - There's no Big Data without intelligent interface - The Globe and Mail
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    - 2016 Citroën Cxperience - Top Speed
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    - Now hear this - The Economist
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    - The Sound of the Economy: Data Sonification and the Cheeseburger Index - Foreign Affairs
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    - 5 Questions about the Sound Visualization & Data Sonification Hackathon - I CARE IF YOU LISTEN
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    - Communicating Arctic Science Creatively for Diverse Audiences - Eos
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    - Wearables making a splash in Olympic swimming this year - ReadWrite
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  • 2/26   EU hits Apple with $14.5 billion Irish tax demand

    By Foo Yun Chee and Padraic Halpin BRUSSELS/DUBLIN (Reuters) - The European Commission ordered Apple Inc to pay Ireland unpaid taxes of up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) on Tuesday as it ruled the firm had received illegal state aid. Apple and Dublin said the U.S. company's tax treatment was in line with Irish and European Union law and they would appeal the ruling, which is part of a drive against what the EU says are sweetheart tax deals that usually smaller states in the bloc offer multinational companies to lure jobs and investment. The U.S. feels its firms are being targeted by the EU and a U.S. Treasury spokesperson warned the move threatens to undermine U.S. investment in Europe and "the important spirit of economic partnership between the U.S. and the EU." Starbucks Corp has been ordered to pay up to 30 million euros ($33 million) to the Dutch state, while Amazon.com Inc and McDonald's Corp are also under investigation by the Commission, the EU's executive arm.

    By Foo Yun Chee and Padraic Halpin BRUSSELS/DUBLIN (Reuters) - The European Commission ordered Apple Inc to pay Ireland unpaid taxes of up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) on Tuesday as it ruled the firm had received illegal state aid. Apple and Dublin said the U.S. company's tax treatment was in line with Irish and European Union law and they would appeal the ruling, which is part of a drive against what the EU says are sweetheart tax deals that usually smaller states in the bloc offer multinational companies to lure jobs and investment. The U.S. feels its firms are being targeted by the EU and a U.S. Treasury spokesperson warned the move threatens to undermine U.S. investment in Europe and "the important spirit of economic partnership between the U.S. and the EU." Starbucks Corp has been ordered to pay up to 30 million euros ($33 million) to the Dutch state, while Amazon.com Inc and McDonald's Corp are also under investigation by the Commission, the EU's executive arm.


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  • 3/26   Amazon Dash one-button device arrives in Britain

    Seeking to capitalize on Britons too busy or forgetful to shop for household essentials, retail giant Amazon is bringing its thumb-sized, one-button ordering device to the UK. From Wednesday, British Amazon Prime customers will be able to order supplies of products such as toilet paper, dishwasher tablets, dog food and coffee at the touch of the wifi-connected Amazon Dash button. Some customers thought the U.S. launch on March 31, 2015, was an April Fool's joke, said Daniel Rausch, director of Amazon Dash.

    Seeking to capitalize on Britons too busy or forgetful to shop for household essentials, retail giant Amazon is bringing its thumb-sized, one-button ordering device to the UK. From Wednesday, British Amazon Prime customers will be able to order supplies of products such as toilet paper, dishwasher tablets, dog food and coffee at the touch of the wifi-connected Amazon Dash button. Some customers thought the U.S. launch on March 31, 2015, was an April Fool's joke, said Daniel Rausch, director of Amazon Dash.


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  • 4/26   Head of Technologies unit to leave Nokia

    HELSINKI (Reuters) - Telecoms network maker Nokia said on Wednesday the president of its Nokia Technologies unit, Ramzi Haidamus, is leaving the company. Haidamus was in charge of the firm's patent business and the recent licensing deal with Finnish company HMD Global, which aims to bring Nokia branded mobile devices back to the market. Nokia said it has started a search for Haidamus' successor. Brad Rodrigues, currently head of strategy and business development in Nokia Technologies, will assume the role of acting president. (Reporting by Tuomas Forsell, editing by Terje Solsvik)

    HELSINKI (Reuters) - Telecoms network maker Nokia said on Wednesday the president of its Nokia Technologies unit, Ramzi Haidamus, is leaving the company. Haidamus was in charge of the firm's patent business and the recent licensing deal with Finnish company HMD Global, which aims to bring Nokia branded mobile devices back to the market. Nokia said it has started a search for Haidamus' successor. Brad Rodrigues, currently head of strategy and business development in Nokia Technologies, will assume the role of acting president. (Reporting by Tuomas Forsell, editing by Terje Solsvik)


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  • 5/26   Exclusive: SWIFT discloses more cyber thefts, pressures banks on security

    SWIFT, the global financial messaging system, on Tuesday disclosed new hacking attacks on its member banks as it pressured them to comply with security procedures instituted after February's high-profile $81 million heist at Bangladesh Bank. In a private letter to clients, SWIFT said that new cyber-theft attempts - some of them successful - have surfaced since June, when it last updated customers on a string of attacks discovered after the attack on the Bangladesh central bank. "The threat is persistent, adaptive and sophisticated - and it is here to stay." The disclosure suggests that cyber thieves may have ramped up their efforts following the Bangladesh Bank heist, and that they specifically targeted banks with lax security procedures for SWIFT-enabled transfers.

    SWIFT, the global financial messaging system, on Tuesday disclosed new hacking attacks on its member banks as it pressured them to comply with security procedures instituted after February's high-profile $81 million heist at Bangladesh Bank. In a private letter to clients, SWIFT said that new cyber-theft attempts - some of them successful - have surfaced since June, when it last updated customers on a string of attacks discovered after the attack on the Bangladesh central bank. "The threat is persistent, adaptive and sophisticated - and it is here to stay." The disclosure suggests that cyber thieves may have ramped up their efforts following the Bangladesh Bank heist, and that they specifically targeted banks with lax security procedures for SWIFT-enabled transfers.


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  • 6/26   Twitter to share ad revenue on videos by U.S. users

    Twitter, Facebook Inc, Snapchat and YouTube are all competing to keep or recruit top video talent as they seek to cash in on the wave of televison-style advertising that has been moving to the internet. Twitter already offers revenue sharing to media and entertainment companies such as CBS Corp and the National Football League which post videos through its Amplify Publisher Program.

    Twitter, Facebook Inc, Snapchat and YouTube are all competing to keep or recruit top video talent as they seek to cash in on the wave of televison-style advertising that has been moving to the internet. Twitter already offers revenue sharing to media and entertainment companies such as CBS Corp and the National Football League which post videos through its Amplify Publisher Program.


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  • 7/26   Google expands nascent ride-sharing service: WSJ

    (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google unit plans to open its ride-sharing program to Waze app users in San Francisco this fall, pitting itself against Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL], the Wall Street Journal reported. Google in May launched a pilot program around its California headquarters which allowed several thousand area workers at specific firms to carpool together with users of its Wave navigation app, according to the WSJ report. (http://on.wsj.com/2bzJrcN0) Alphabet executive David Drummond on Monday resigned from Uber's board due to increasing competition between the companies. ...

    (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google unit plans to open its ride-sharing program to Waze app users in San Francisco this fall, pitting itself against Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL], the Wall Street Journal reported. Google in May launched a pilot program around its California headquarters which allowed several thousand area workers at specific firms to carpool together with users of its Wave navigation app, according to the WSJ report. (http://on.wsj.com/2bzJrcN0) Alphabet executive David Drummond on Monday resigned from Uber's board due to increasing competition between the companies. ...


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  • 8/26   What's really at stake in EU battle: Apple's brand image

    Technically Incorrect: It's not so much about the money. It's about Apple being viewed as the bad guy.

    Technically Incorrect: It's not so much about the money. It's about Apple being viewed as the bad guy.


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  • 9/26   Theranos hit by another setback as it withdraws request for Zika test approval

    Troubled diagnostic company Theranos suffered another blow as it withdrew its request for federal approval of a new Zika virus blood test, The Wall Street Journal reports. The Food and Drug Administration is said to have turned up evidence that Theranos began testing the diagnostic without the necessary protections for human subjects of research. Theranos had already begun trials on blood samples collected in the Dominican Republic when it announced the miniLab earlier this month.

    Troubled diagnostic company Theranos suffered another blow as it withdrew its request for federal approval of a new Zika virus blood test, The Wall Street Journal reports. The Food and Drug Administration is said to have turned up evidence that Theranos began testing the diagnostic without the necessary protections for human subjects of research. Theranos had already begun trials on blood samples collected in the Dominican Republic when it announced the miniLab earlier this month.


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  • 10/26   The quest to end lost airline luggage

    Victor DaRosa stands under a scorching afternoon sun, loading bags onto a jet heading to Detroit. As each suitcase climbs up the conveyor belt into the plane, a small computer verifies that it actually ...

    Victor DaRosa stands under a scorching afternoon sun, loading bags onto a jet heading to Detroit. As each suitcase climbs up the conveyor belt into the plane, a small computer verifies that it actually ...


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  • 11/26   Beats beats lawsuit claiming fraud before $3.2B sale to Apple

    Summary judgment dismisses claims that Beats co-founders Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine duped a former partner into relinquishing control of the line of headphones.

    Summary judgment dismisses claims that Beats co-founders Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine duped a former partner into relinquishing control of the line of headphones.


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  • 12/26   Joe Sutter, the 'father of the 747,' dies at 95

    Sutter led the engineering team that developed the world's first jumbo jet, as well as being involved with creation of several other iconic aircraft.

    Sutter led the engineering team that developed the world's first jumbo jet, as well as being involved with creation of several other iconic aircraft.


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  • 13/26   Snapchat Discover serves up a Serena Williams tennis game

    You can play through all of the female world No. 1's major tournament victories on Snapchat. Watch out for tennis elbow.

    You can play through all of the female world No. 1's major tournament victories on Snapchat. Watch out for tennis elbow.


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  • 14/26   Knight Rider cometh: Kawasaki building AI into its motorcycles

    The Japanese motor industry giant has taken a page out of '80s action TV shows, with its in-development companion AI.

    The Japanese motor industry giant has taken a page out of '80s action TV shows, with its in-development companion AI.


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  • 15/26   Berlin's IFA fair dons virtual reality headsets

    Virtual and augmented reality gadgets are expected to hog the limelight at Berlin's mega consumer electronics show IFA this week, as Pokemon Go gave a tantalising preview of the appetite for reality-altering technologies. VR headsets and cameras will jostle for attention, while analysts expect smartphone makers to also unveil new models compatible with the latest in such technologies. The annual IFA show, which began as an exhibition on the new medium of radio more than 90 years ago, is today a massive showcase for consumers to touch and feel the latest in technological innovations.

    Virtual and augmented reality gadgets are expected to hog the limelight at Berlin's mega consumer electronics show IFA this week, as Pokemon Go gave a tantalising preview of the appetite for reality-altering technologies. VR headsets and cameras will jostle for attention, while analysts expect smartphone makers to also unveil new models compatible with the latest in such technologies. The annual IFA show, which began as an exhibition on the new medium of radio more than 90 years ago, is today a massive showcase for consumers to touch and feel the latest in technological innovations.


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  • 16/26   Google's new In Apps search lets you look through your Android apps for information

    Android users have a new way to look for information stored inside their smartphone apps, with a new Google search feature appropriately titled "In Apps." The new feature, announced tonight, appears as an option inside Android's Google app, and allows you to search for — among other things — contacts, photos, and videos across apps like Gmail, Spotify, and YouTube. In Apps searches work offline, meaning you won't need a data connection to sift through your software for that address you forgot, and you'll be able to tweak settings so that certain apps don't appear in the search results. Google says it will be adding support for more apps in the future, letting users look for information with keywords in Facebook Messenger, LinkedIn, and Evernote, as well as Glide, Todoist, and Google Keep. LG's V20 smartphone will be the first device to ship with a dedicated shortcut to the In Apps search on its home screen, but all Android users will be able to access the feature once they've updated the Google app.

    Android users have a new way to look for information stored inside their smartphone apps, with a new Google search feature appropriately titled "In Apps." The new feature, announced tonight, appears as an option inside Android's Google app, and allows you to search for — among other things — contacts, photos, and videos across apps like Gmail, Spotify, and YouTube. In Apps searches work offline, meaning you won't need a data connection to sift through your software for that address you forgot, and you'll be able to tweak settings so that certain apps don't appear in the search results. Google says it will be adding support for more apps in the future, letting users look for information with keywords in Facebook Messenger, LinkedIn, and Evernote, as well as Glide, Todoist, and Google Keep. LG's V20 smartphone will be the first device to ship with a dedicated shortcut to the In Apps search on its home screen, but all Android users will be able to access the feature once they've updated the Google app.


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  • 17/26   Robots forced to head bang, but it's for their own good

    Don't blame it on the sunshine, the moonlight or the good times. Blame it on the actuators.

    Don't blame it on the sunshine, the moonlight or the good times. Blame it on the actuators.


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  • 18/26   Privacy and privates: What you should learn from Anthony Weiner

    There's no such thing as safe sexting, but tons of people still send risque messages. What could go wrong?

    There's no such thing as safe sexting, but tons of people still send risque messages. What could go wrong?


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  • 19/26   Monster's lawsuit against Beats has gone very poorly

    Monster's claims that Beats Electronics fraudulently ended their relationship were dismissed in a Los Angeles Superior Court today, leaving Beats and Apple off the hook. The judge ruled that Beats was allowed to end their partnership, meaning its actions were not, as Monster and its CEO Noel Lee claimed, a "sham" designed to take control of their shared headphone line. The case continues, but not in a way that Monster's going to be happy about: Beats is now countersuing for attorneys' fees, claiming its termination agreement with Monster should have prevented this lawsuit — or really any other lawsuit — from being filed in the first place.  Apple declined to comment, and Monster attorney Philip Gregory did not return a request for comment.

    Monster's claims that Beats Electronics fraudulently ended their relationship were dismissed in a Los Angeles Superior Court today, leaving Beats and Apple off the hook. The judge ruled that Beats was allowed to end their partnership, meaning its actions were not, as Monster and its CEO Noel Lee claimed, a "sham" designed to take control of their shared headphone line. The case continues, but not in a way that Monster's going to be happy about: Beats is now countersuing for attorneys' fees, claiming its termination agreement with Monster should have prevented this lawsuit — or really any other lawsuit — from being filed in the first place.  Apple declined to comment, and Monster attorney Philip Gregory did not return a request for comment.


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  • 20/26   Apple adds 2TB iCloud storage option before iPhone 7 launch

    Apple has introduced a new storage tier for iCloud that grants 2TB of space for $19.99 a month. Apple’s new plan is not replacing a previous one, so you’ll still be able to pay $0.99 a month for 50GB, $2.99 for 200GB, or $9.99 for 1TB. For those who like to read into subtle Apple moves, the timing of this change could indicate a new storage tier for the upcoming iPhone 7.

    Apple has introduced a new storage tier for iCloud that grants 2TB of space for $19.99 a month. Apple’s new plan is not replacing a previous one, so you’ll still be able to pay $0.99 a month for 50GB, $2.99 for 200GB, or $9.99 for 1TB. For those who like to read into subtle Apple moves, the timing of this change could indicate a new storage tier for the upcoming iPhone 7.


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  • 21/26   Study finds flaws in criticism of St. Jude cyber security

    University of Michigan researchers on Tuesday said their own experiments undermine recent allegations of security flaws in St. Jude Medical Inc's pacemakers and other implantable medical devices. Shares of St. Jude fell 5 percent on Thursday after short-selling firm Muddy Waters and its business partner, cyber security company MedSec Holdings Inc, alleged finding significant security bugs in the company's Merlin@home device for monitoring implanted heart devices. The university said its researchers came "to strikingly different conclusions" after generating the conditions reported by Muddy Waters.

    University of Michigan researchers on Tuesday said their own experiments undermine recent allegations of security flaws in St. Jude Medical Inc's pacemakers and other implantable medical devices. Shares of St. Jude fell 5 percent on Thursday after short-selling firm Muddy Waters and its business partner, cyber security company MedSec Holdings Inc, alleged finding significant security bugs in the company's Merlin@home device for monitoring implanted heart devices. The university said its researchers came "to strikingly different conclusions" after generating the conditions reported by Muddy Waters.


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  • 22/26   Tasmanian devils are adapting to their gnarly face cancer

    For years, Tasmanian devils have been ravaged by gnarly facial tumors, cutting their numbers and pushing them toward extinction — but a new study suggests they may pull through after all. Scientists at the University of Tasmania have been collecting genetic samples from the devils since before the cancer started spreading. The problem with the facial tumors is that they’re contagious — and Tasmanian devils are known for their love nips.

    For years, Tasmanian devils have been ravaged by gnarly facial tumors, cutting their numbers and pushing them toward extinction — but a new study suggests they may pull through after all. Scientists at the University of Tasmania have been collecting genetic samples from the devils since before the cancer started spreading. The problem with the facial tumors is that they’re contagious — and Tasmanian devils are known for their love nips.


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  • 23/26   Apple beefs up iCloud Drive storage capacity to 2TB

    Customers can double their storage max on the cloud-based service for $19.99 per month.

    Customers can double their storage max on the cloud-based service for $19.99 per month.


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  • 24/26   Twitter offers video creators share of ad money

    Twitter on Tuesday began offering video creators a cut of ad revenue in a move that could help it better compete with YouTube and Facebook for content viewers seek. A Twitter Amplify Publisher Program that was launched with select media and publishers such as Buzzfeed and Time is now open to individual video makers in the US, product manager Guy Snir said in a blog post. "We're announcing product upgrades that will make publishing and monetizing on Twitter as effortless as sending a Tweet," Snir said.

    Twitter on Tuesday began offering video creators a cut of ad revenue in a move that could help it better compete with YouTube and Facebook for content viewers seek. A Twitter Amplify Publisher Program that was launched with select media and publishers such as Buzzfeed and Time is now open to individual video makers in the US, product manager Guy Snir said in a blog post. "We're announcing product upgrades that will make publishing and monetizing on Twitter as effortless as sending a Tweet," Snir said.


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  • 25/26   Google to expand Waze carpooling service in San Francisco

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google is preparing to expand a San Francisco carpooling program in a move that could that could set up a showdown with its one-time ally, the popular ride-hailing service Uber.

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google is preparing to expand a San Francisco carpooling program in a move that could that could set up a showdown with its one-time ally, the popular ride-hailing service Uber.


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  • 26/26   PlayStation Now launches on PC

    Starting today, you can play select PlayStation 3 games on your Windows PC, as long as you have a PlayStation Now subscription.

    Starting today, you can play select PlayStation 3 games on your Windows PC, as long as you have a PlayStation Now subscription.


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