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  • 21:06
    Mon petit musée de poche - noreplyⓐhautetfort.com (JLK) Carnets de JLK
    De la copie pour mieux voir la peinture… Il existe, dans les soubassements du Rijksmuseum d’Amsterdam, une grande salle réservée aux pique-niques conviviaux des visiteurs du musée, au fond de laquelle se trouve une grande paroi entièrement couverte de centaines de cartes postales représentant divers chefs-d’œuvre visible en ce haut-lieu, de Vermeer à Delacroix ou de Rembrandt à Van Gogh, - toutes réalisées par des enfants ou des adolescents par manière d’exercice. Je ne me suis pas renseigné sur les détails de l’opération à large échelle qui a abouti à cette sélection de copies de jeunes visiteurs, mais (...) -- Livre

MacBidouille

  • 13:46
    Ming-Chi Kuo a significativement revu à la baisse ses prévisions de vente d'iPhone. Il produit maintenant que sur la période en cours (trimestre décalé par rapport au trimestre fiscal d'Apple) Apple en vendra 38 à 42 millions contre 50 millions sur la même période de l'an dernier. Pour 2019 il table maintenant sur 188 à 194 millions d'unités contre une prévision de 210 millions en 2018. Globalement les ventes d'Apple resteront donc très fortes. La croissance est toutefois terminée, à moins que la société ne change totalement de stratégie pour tenter de nouvelles (...) -- Apple
  • 08:45
    Après une première bataille interdisant la commercialisation d'anciens modèles d'iPhone en Chine, Qualcomm a décidé de faire la même chose pour les plus récents. Bloomberg a eu accès aux documents de défense d'Apple. Elle y explique qu'une telle interdiction l'obligerait à transiger avec Qualcomm, ce qui ne ferait l'affaire d'aucun fabricant de smartphones. Cela lui coûterait des fortunes et ferait l'affaire de Qualcomm. Apple rappelle ainsi sans le dire directement que Qualcomm a là-bas été déjà condamné pour abus de position dominante. En attendant, Reuters a appris d'Apple qu'une mise à jour spécifique (...) -- iPhone

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L-bas si j’y suis

  • 21:02
    Je ne doute pas, ami abonné, qu'en bon gaulois réfractaire que tu es, il ne te déplairait pas que Marianne succombe aux assauts d'un fier général de cavalerie, capable de piloter son char AMX-30 d'une seule main et de mettre fin à ses jours en se faisant hara-kiri sur la tombe de sa maîtresse, une certaine Nabilla, elle-même décédée d'une angine de poitrine, le tout filmé en exclusivité par les caméras de C8 et BFMTV, car nous avons tous un petit général Boulanger, souvent accompagné d'un petit Déroulède, qui sommeille dans notre panthéon personnel.Continuer la (...) -- , , ,

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TechCrunch

  • 21:39
    In recent months, pressure has been mounting for major tech firms to develop strong policies regarding facial recognition. Microsoft has helped lead the way on that front, promising to put in place stricter policies, calling for greater regulation and asking fellow companies to nofollow suit. Hidden toward the end of a blog post about using artificial intelligence to benefit health clinics in Asia, Google SVP Kent Walker affirmed the company’s commitment not to sell facial recognition APIs. The executive cites concerns over how the technology could be abused. “[F]acial recognition (...) -- Artificial Intelligence, Privacy, facial recognition, Google
  • 21:30
    Electric scooter and bike-share company Lime is not giving up on San Francisco. This afternoon, Lime plans to protest on the steps of SF City Hall to petition the city’s scooter selection process. “We are calling the SFMTA to expand equitable transportation options throughout the City by allowing more choice and greater options, by requiring a scalable low-income program that ensures equal access to scooters and other mobility options, and by working with experienced operators with a proven track record of success,” Lime wrote in its petition. “The SFMTA scooter selection process resulted in (...) -- TC, Transportation, electric scooters, lime, San Francisco
  • 18:47
    Robinhood’s new high-interest, zero-fee checking and savings feature seems to be too good to be true. Users’ money may not be fully protected. The CEO of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation, a non-profit membership corporation that insures stock brokerages, tells TechCrunch its insurance would not apply to checking and savings accounts the way Robinhood claims. “Robinhood would be buying securities for its account and sharing a portion of the proceeds with their customers, and that’s not what we cover” says SIPC CEO Stephen Harbeck. “I’ve never seen a single document on this. I haven’t (...) -- Apps, eCommerce, Finance, Government, Policy, Startups, TC, Banking, fdic, Robinhood, Robinhood Checking and Savings, SEC
  • 16:47
    Smart home items make great gifts and what nofollows are some of the best. From faster Wifi to smart meat thermometers, there’s something here for everyone on your list. I use everything listed here and can attest to their quality. That’s important to me. I’m not going to recommend something I do not use. Throughout the year, I see a lot of gadgets and most are junk. The nine items listed here work great and are quality products. Netgear Orbi The Netgear Orbi is part of a new class of Wifi routers that use multiple units to blanket a home in Wifi. This one just works. For medium to large (...) -- TC, Gift Guide 2018

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  • 20:29
    When Kahoot, the startup that operates a popular platform for user-generated educational gaming, raised $15 million in October of this year, we mentioned that Disney might take a larger stake in the company, beyond the small investment it took after Kahoot passed through the Disney Accelerator. Now with some 60 million games on its platform, today Kahoot announced that this has come to pass: Disney has backed Kahoot to the tune of $15 million — working out to a four percent stake in the startup at a $360 million valuation, based on the current share price of 28 Norwegian kroner (shares of (...) -- Apps, Education, Gaming, TC
  • 20:07
    Pokémon Go creator Niantic is raising a $200 million Series C at a valuation of $3.9 billion according to a report from Katie Roof at the WSJ. The round is expected to be led by IVP with participation from Samsung and aXiomatic Gaming. The upcoming raise would bring the company’s total funding to $425 million according to Crunchbase. Niantic’s last round was raised at a $3 billion valuation. TechCrunch has reached out to Niantic for comment. The gaming startup which has invested significantly in augmented reality technologies is also behind titles such as its recently updated Ingress title (...) -- Augmented Reality, Recent Funding, Startups, TC, AR, niantic
  • 19:30
    Ryan Craig Contributor Ryan Craig is managing director of University Ventures. More posts by this contributor Facebook is going back to college Broadening education investments to full-stack solutions Although many of the milestones of the digital revolution have sprung directly from the research output of America’s colleges and universities, like Athena from Zeus’s forehead, on the instructional side, American higher education has taken a laid-back approach. Sure, there are more courses in computer science, millions of students taking courses online and MIT just committed $1 billion to (...) -- Column, Education, digital natives
  • 19:16
    Pimcore, an open-source platform for data and customer experience management which has emerged out of Austria, has closed $3.5 million in a Series A funding led by German Auctus Capital Partners AG. The funding will be used for its US expansion. Pimcore is aimed at any channel, device, or industry that wants to manage its digital data and customer experience. While there are several such companies on the market today, Pimcore claims to be an ‘out-of-the-box’ solution and the only open-source platform out there, thus competing with more proprietary products from SAP or Informatica which (...) -- Europe, TC, Burger King, informatica, oracle
  • 19:01
    Goldex, a trading app that claims to power so-called ‘ethical pricing’ for retail gold investments, says it has now raised over £1M ($1.25M) in a pre-series A round led by a group of angels and institutional investors. Amongst those participating in the round are Prepaid Financial Services (a European payment card issuer); Gaël de Boissard, former Executive Board Member of Credit Suisse; Richard Balarkas, former President and CEO of Instinets; Nachi Muthu, former global head of IT trading technology at Credit Suisse; Craig James, founder and CEO of Neopay. Goldex was launched in late July (...) -- Apps, Europe, TC, TCUK, Glint
  • 18:56
    Another round of nofollowups on Nvidia, and then some short news analysis. TechCrunch is experimenting with new content forms. This is a rough draft of something new – provide your feedback directly to the author (Danny at dannyⓐtechcrunch.com) if you like or hate something here. Nvidia / TSMC questions Following up on my analyses this week on Nvidia (Part 1, Part 2) , a reader asked in regards to Nvidia’s risk with China tariffs: but the TSMC impact w.r.t. tariffs doesn’t make sense to me. TSMC is largely not impacted by tariffs and so the supply chain with NVIDIA is also not impacted (...) -- Asia, Government, Hardware, Policy, China, Foxconn, nvidia, quantum computing, Samsung Electronics, semiconductors, SK Hynix, TSMC
  • 18:23
    The iPod Classic still looms larger as my favorite gadget of all time. Sure, plenty have lapped the device in terms of technology, while any lingering concerns about not owning the music I listen to have faded for the ubiquity of Spotify, but the iPod lives on in the perfect sweet spot for my own musical obsessions. Of course, that device finally gave up the ghost, as all gadget eventually do. After about three or so, I eventually threw in the towel. Apple had long since discontinued the line, and buying them second hand was just getting too pricy. So I moved on to streaming, my MP3s (...) -- Hardware, palm
  • 18:08
    Facebook AI Research is open sourcing some of the conversational AI tech it is using to power its Portal video chat display and M suggestions on Facebook Messenger. The company announced today that its PyTorch-based PyText NLP framework is now available to developers. Natural language processing deals with how systems parse human language and are able to make decisions and derive insights. The PyText framework, which the company sees as a conduit for AI researchers to move more quickly between experimentation and deployment will be particularly useful for tasks like document (...) -- Artificial Intelligence, TC, deep learning, Facebook, Facebook AI Research, machine learning, nlp
  • 17:25
  • 17:07
    When I visited the GE Global Research Center in Niskayuna, New York in April 2017, I thought I saw a company that was working hard to avoid disruption, but perhaps the leafy campus, the labs and experimental projects hid much larger problems inside the company. Yesterday GE announced that it is spinning out its Industrial IoT business and selling most of its stake in ServiceMax, the company it bought in 2016 for $915 million. For one thing, Jeff Immelt, the CEO who was leading that modernization charge, stepped down six months after my visit and was replaced by John Flannery, who was (...) -- Enterprise, TC, ge, Industrial Internet of Things, Mergers and Acquisitions, servicemax
  • 16:56
    I’m heading back to Europe to hang out in Wroclaw and Warsaw so it’s last call for pitch-off applications. I’ll be at a Wroclaw event, called In-Ference, which is happening on December 17; you can submit to pitch here. The team will notify you if you have been chosen. The winner will receive a table at TC Disrupt in San Francisco. The Warsaw event, here, is on the 19th at WeWork in Warsaw. You can sign up to pitch here. I’ll notify the folks I’ve chosen and the winner gets a table at TC Disrupt, as well. Special thanks to WeWork Labs in Warsaw for supplying some beer and pizza for the event (...) -- Europe, Startups, TC, pitch-off, San Francisco, warsaw, WeWork, wework labs, wroclaw
  • 16:44
    TF International Securities Apple analyst extraordinaire Ming-Chi Kuo delivered a less than stellar iPhone forecast this week with the straightforwardly titled note, “2019 iPhone shipments likely to be under 190 million units.” The letter puts the number of Apple handsets well below previous analyst predictions of 212 million for next year. Kuo is largely regarded as the most influential analyst for the company, both with regards to sales figures and a stellar track record of predicting future products, thanks in part to relationships with Apple suppliers. His forecasts have the ability to (...) -- Hardware, Apple, iPhone, iPhone Xr
  • 16:19
    Researchers at the University of Zurich and EPFL have created a robot that shrinks to fit through gaps, a feature that could make it perfect for search and rescue missions. The researchers initially created a drone that could assess man-made gaps and squeeze through in seconds using only one camera. This extra feature — a scissor-like system to shrink the drone in flight — makes it even more versatile and allows these drones to react to larger or smaller gaps in nature. “The idea came up after we worked on quadrotor flight through narrow gaps,” said PhD candidate Davide Falanga. “The goal (...) -- Gadgets, TC, drones, EPFL
  • 15:40
    Reset the “days since the last Facebook privacy scandal” counter, as Facebook has just revealed a Photo API bug gave app developers too much access to the photos of up to 5.6 million users. The bug allowed apps users had approved to pull their timeline photos to also receive their Facebook Stories, Marketplace photos, and most worryingly, photos they’d uploaded to Facebook but never shared. Facebook says the bug ran for 12 days from September 13th to September 25th. Facebook tells TechCrunch it discovered the breach on September 25th, and informed the European Union’s privacy watchdog the (...) -- Apps, Policy, Privacy, Social, TC, Facebook, Facebook bug, facebook photos, Facebook Privacy Issues, GDPR
  • 15:10
    Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week we had the regular crew back together, which was good fun. Connie took point, we had Danny mic’d up in New York and I was onsite to help the crew natter along with Bubba Murarka, a former VC and founder who now cuts checks on his own. Thematically, this was a week of mega rounds, so we had little choice but to go over more than a few. And Uber is out there doing its IPO thing. So, we started with cars and pivoted to rounds. Regarding Uber and Lyft, it’s (...) -- Apple Podcasts, Overcast
  • 15:07
    After receiving a flogging from privacy critics, Facebook is scrambling to make its smart display video chat screen Portal more attractive to buyers. Today Facebook is announcing the addition of a web browser, plus some of Messenger’s Instant Games like Battleship, Draw Something, Sudoku and Words With Friends. ABC News and CNN are adding content to Portal, which now also has a manual zoom mode for its auto-zooming smart camera so you can zero in on a particular thing in view. Facebook has also added new augmented reality Story Time tales, seasonal AR masks, in-call music sharing through (...) -- Apps, Gadgets, Hardware, Media, Privacy, Social, TC, Video, Facebook, facebook messenger, Facebook Portal, smart displays

Coulisses de Bruxelles, UE

  • 19:47
    «Le Brexit est un véritable cauchemar», soupire une diplomate d’un pays d’Europe de l’Est. Le sommet européen des chefs d’Etat et de gouvernement- qui se réunit jeudi et vendredi à Bruxelles - va, une fois encore, être préempté, au détriment de sujets importants comme l’avenir de la zone euro ou les migrants, par une question que les Vingt-Sept espéraient avoir réglée fin novembre, avec l’accord de divorce conclu entre les négociateurs des deux rives de la Manche. «Les Britanniques n’arrivent pas à savoir ce qu’ils veulent et on se demande s’ils vont arriver à quitter l’Union», s’interroge la diplomate. De (...) -- b436fca829ec180d8af64e1b39e960f0.jpg, Avenir de l'Europe, Grande-Bretagne
  • 19:44
    Brexit: la quadrature du cercle - j.quatremerⓐlibe.fr (Jean Quatremer) Coulisses de Bruxelles, UE
    Theresa May espère que ses bientôt ex-partenaires européens auront la bonté de lui lancer une bouée de sauvetage pour lui éviter la noyade. Après avoir dû piteusement reporter sine die le vote de la Chambre des communes sur l’accord de retrait de l’Union du Royaume-Uni, la Première ministre a entamé ce mardi une mini-tournée européenne afin d’essayer d’arracher d’ultimes concessions sur l’épineuse question de la frontière entre les deux Irlandes juste avant le sommet des chefs d’Etat et de gouvernement de jeudi et vendredi. Ce mardi, elle a rencontré le Premier ministre néerlandais Mark Rutte à La Haye, la (...) -- 735d01e0f9093fdb630e79b33a14281b.jpg, Avenir de l'Europe, Grande-Bretagne

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Terres de femmes

  • 18:46
    Marilyne Bertoncini, Mémoire vive des replis, éditions Pourquoi viens-tu si tard ?, Collection Poésie n° 20, novembre 2018. Texte et photos de Marilyne Bertoncini. Préface de Carole Mesrobian. Lecture de Sophie Brassart Souvenez-vous de l’étoffe portée par William Shakespeare, celle « dont les rêves sont faits », qui soulève tout ou partie la question de notre existence ? C’est la profondeur de cette matière, dans les replis de l’étoffe enrichie du fil dénudé des souvenirs, que le recueil de Marilyne Bertoncini, Mémoire vive des replis, nous convie à parcourir superbement de l’œil, et dans tous les (...)

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    Gianclaudio Hashem Moniri (Plaster, Kaeba) propose un album d'ambient nocturne téléchargeable à prix choisi mais dont les bénéfices iront à la construction de puits en Afrique... donc n'hésitez pas à lâcher quelques euros ici ! -- ici

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