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How cute baby animal photos toy with your brain – The Keene Sentinel


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China and India growth why so high?

According to 1xbet Post the article, at present, two of the fastest growing countries in the world are China and India.

Economic development of both pattern and pattern of slow growth in the West has a lot of different points. China and India’s rapid economic expansion, government investment has played a very important role, while private investment growth is slow, sometimes declining situation. By comparison, Western countries are more dependent on private investment, and slower growth in government investment. Government investment in fast growth and economic development are inseparable. China and India depend on government investment increased rapidly to promote rapid economic growth, and relying too much on private investment in the United States, Europe and Japan in economic growth is relatively slow.

China and India’s rapid economic growth, according to the World Bank 1xbet, in 2015, China’s per capita GDP grew 6.4%, India GDP per capita grew 6.4%. In the world’s major countries, the growth rate was the fastest. It also promoted rapid growth in total consumption of household incomes and domestic demand. In particular, in 2015, China and India economic growth far more than Western countries. In 2015, the EU per capita GDP grew 1.7%, United States of 1.6%, Japan 0.6%. According to 2016, China and India’s growth is almost the same speed as last year, and the United States, the European Union and Japan’s economic growth slows down.

Professor Zhu Tian from China Europe International School of Economics according to the National Bureau of statistics said that from January 2016 to June, the Government fixed assets investment grew 23.5% compared with the same period last year, while private fixed asset investment growth rate is lower, at 2.8%. India’s economic growth is very fast. HSBC (HSBC) India Chief Economist Pranjul Bhandari said in July this year, India government investment rose 21%, while private investment declined by 1.4%.

Tesla Planning Imminent Autopilot Update

Tesla will soon release an update for its self-driving system, CEO Elon Musk said in a tweet today.

“Major improvements to Autopilot coming with V8.0 and 8.1 software (std OTA update) primarily through advanced processing of radar signals,” he tweeted.

Screen Shot 2016-08-31 at 2.12.56 PMHe promised more details in a blog post later today. Thus far, the promised post is not live.

News of the impending update comes a little more than a month after Tesla announced it would not disable autopilot in its vehicles, despite the system being under investigation by U.S. regulators after two crashes, one of them fatal.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) launched a probe earlier this summer to determine what role, if any, the system played in two crashes: a fatal crash May 7 involving a Tesla Model S and a July 1 crash involving a Model X.

Ohio resident Joshua Brown was killed in Williston, Florida when his Model S crashed into the side of a semi-tractor trailer that was crossing both lanes of a divided highway in front of the victim’s oncoming vehicle.

In the July 1 crash, Albert Scaglione’s Model X hit a guardrail and crossed several lanes before hitting a concrete median. Both Scaglione and his passenger, son-in-law Tim Yanke, survived the collision. Scaglione has claimed to have activated Tesla’s autopilot before the crash occurred.

Tesla has said it disables autopilot by default and explicit acknowledgement that the system is new technology and still in a public beta phase is required before it can be enabled.

Musk told The Wall Street Journal last month that education in the use of the system is key.

“A lot of people don’t understand what it is and how you turn it on,” Musk said, adding that Tesla planned to publish guidelines on how autopilot works and what drivers must do once they choose to activate the system.

Musk said he advocated for the launch of autopilot as soon as possible because “we knew we had a system that on balance would save lives.”


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SearchCap: Google real time carousel, In Apps search & AdWords sitelinks

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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AppSense Improves Visibility of Desktop Environments with Availability of Xtraction for DesktopNow

Warrington, UK, Aug. 31, 2016AppSense, the leading provider of User Environment Management solutions for the secure endpoint, today announced availability of Xtraction for DesktopNow, a new connector that provides easy access to real-time data from the AppSense DesktopNow Management Server and AppSense Enterprise Manager Personalization Server to present valuable data using out-of-the box dashboards and reports.

Xtraction for DesktopNow is the latest integrated solution to result from the LANDESK acquisition of AppSense. It is an easy-to-use dashboard and reporting solution which enables IT to easily share desktop environment data and view real-time details on user experience, logon performance and endpoint security data.

“With Xtraction for DesktopNow we have rapidly demonstrated how, as part of the expanded LANDESK family, we can capitalizse on our collective capabilities to deliver new solutions to address the growing business intelligence need for both IT and non-technical staff,” said Jon Rolls, Vice President, Product Management, AppSense. “Xtraction for DesktopNow reduces the burden on IT through simple, easy-to-use self-service reporting for business users of all levels. As a result users can make informed decisions to improve processes, technology, projects and security across the business.”

The data presented by Xtraction for DesktopNow enables users to visualize the state of their IT environments and supports a range of security and user experience use cases including:

•  At-A-Glance Dashboards – Administrators have an instant overview of metrics such as active users, database size, average profile sizes, personalized application counts, logon counts and other user activity

• Highlight Most Blocked Applications – Administrators are able to present a live view of the top executables which have been prevented within an organization using AppSense Application Manager rules

• Highlight Most Allowed Applications – Administrators are able to present a live view of the top executables which have been permitted within an organization, for licensing purposes or identifying security incidents

Xtraction for DesktopNow real-time dashboards and reports are available out of box, and can be viewed in a web browser by IT staff, department heads and other interested parties. It offers a light footprint and quick installation for new and existing DesktopNow customers.

Xtraction for DesktopNow is available now through AppSense sales channels. It will be showcased during VMworld in Barcelona, Oct. 17-20, in the AppSense booth. For more information or to request a demo, please visit http://www.appsense.com/products/xtraction-for-desktopnow/

About AppSense

AppSense is the leading provider of User Environment Management solutions for the secure endpoint. The technology allows IT to secure and simplify workspace control at scale across physical, virtual and cloud-delivered desktops.  AppSense solutions have been deployed by 3,600 enterprises worldwide to nine million endpoints. AppSense is now a part of the LANDESK family with offices around the world. For more information, please visit www.appsense.com.

About LANDESK

LANDESK is the global authority on user-centered IT. By integrating and automating IT tasks, LANDESK helps organizations balance rapidly-evolving user requirements with the need to secure critical assets and data. LANDESK can help you: discover and track assets; survive software audits; reduce help desk wait times; enable ITIL service management best practices; remotely provision and secure devices; deliver apps, patches and OS updates to mobile devices, laptops, desktops and servers; secure mobile e-mail; demonstrate the value of IT to the business and much more. LANDESK is headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT, and has offices all over the world. To learn more, visit www.landesk.com.


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Google Debuts In Apps, a Search Mode for Your Content

Google has launched an ‘In Apps’ search mode to make it easier for you to find content on your Android-run Smartphone.

IPA 0P Demo - LGIPA Name Search Demo - Nexus (FB Messenger)The new search mode, which ferrets out what you are searching for from installed apps can be found by going to the Google app on your Android phone and choosing the In Apps tab.

In Apps enables you to find your contacts and messages and find and enjoy your favorite songs and videos as well as stay organized by instantly finding notes or documents.

“Searching your personal results happens entirely on your phone, so you can search even when you’re not connected to Wi-Fi or cellular data,” Google product manager Timo Mertens wrote in a blog post.

“Only you can see your personal results, and you can control what apps appear by going to Settings within the Google app.”

So far, In Apps works with Gmail, Spotify, YouTube and other similar apps, but Google will also be adding compatibility with Facebook Messenger, LinkedIn, Evernote, Glide, Todoist and Google Keep to the mix in the near future.

In Apps will be featured prominently on LG’s upcoming V20 phone with a dedicated shortcut on the homescreen and Second Screen.

The LG V20 will be the first Smartphone with this dedicated shortcut.

“So whether you’re using the new LG V20 or the Google app on your Android phone, finding your favorite tune, that long-lost e-mail or your to-do list is easier than ever before,” Mertens added.


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Local citations are dead; long live local citations!

Local citations are often thought to be the bread and butter of local SEO, but are we placing too much importance on them? Columnist Andrew Shotland discusses the results of a study which suggests we might be.

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Apple Must Fork Over $14.5B in Unpaid Taxes to Ireland, EU Rules

Apple must hand over $14.5 billion in unpaid taxes after the European Commission ruled that Ireland had granted the iPhone maker illegal tax benefits.

It is a record-breaking ruling from the Commission, but not one that will cause undue hardship to Apple, which is known to have hundreds of billions of dollars in its coffers.

The European Union’s agency opened an investigation in the summer of 2014 to determine if Ireland was indeed acting as a tax sanctuary for Apple.

Margrethe Vestager

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The two-year probe determined that Apple’s deal with Ireland enabled the company, between 2003 and 2014, to pay very little on the business it does in Europe. Because of that deal, Apple was able to channel revenue from two Irish subsidiaries to a “head office” with “no employees, no premises, no real activities,” Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said.

Vestager has subsequently ordered the Irish government to recover the “illegal aid” it gave to Apple.

“Member States cannot give tax benefits to selected companies – this is illegal under EU state aid rules,” Vestager said in a press release. “The Commission’s investigation concluded that Ireland granted illegal tax benefits to Apple, which enabled it to pay substantially less tax than other businesses over many years. In fact, this selective treatment allowed Apple to pay an effective corporate tax rate of one per cent on its European profits in 2003 down to 0.005 per cent in 2014.”

Apple and the Irish government, predictably, are not happy with the ruling and are vowing to appeal the decision.

Apple CEO Tim Cook, in a statement to the BBC, said the European Commission is trying to “rewrite Apple’s history in Europe, ignore Ireland’s tax laws and upend the international tax system in the process,”

“The Commission’s case is not about how much Apple pays in taxes, it’s about which government collects the money,” Cook continued. “It will have a profound and harmful effect on investment and job creation in Europe. Apple follows the law and pays all of the taxes we owe wherever we operate. We will appeal and we are confident the decision will be overturned.”

Ireland’s finance ministry, meanwhile, has accused the Commission of trying to undermine its country’s tax system.

“The decision leaves me with no choice but to seek cabinet approval to appeal,” Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan told Reuters. “This is necessary to defend the integrity of our tax system; to provide tax certainty to business; and to challenge the encroachment of EU state aid rules into the sovereign member state competence of taxation.”


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