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Bosch says synthetic fuels have potential to slow the release of CO2 into the atmosphere.
17 August 2017 - RTEacute; has announced its plans to develop the next generation RTEacute; Player, Irelandrsquo;s number one broadcaster video-on-demand service.
It is expected that the new service will be launched before the end of the year.The redeveloped RTEacute; Player will be RTEacute;’s multi-channel television and video platform, designed and re-imagined for how Irish audiences watch television and video content online.
It will be a world-class online television and video destination that seamlessly blends... Source: RealWire
Rhimes leaves ABC Studios after 15 years to make new content for Netflix.
Lay cards in three lanes (or however exactly the game works) sometime in 2018.
Malaysian Digital TV broadcaster MYTV verifies transmission installation via drone based measurements Rheinmuenster, Germany – Colibrex, the pioneer and worldwide market leader in drone based radio frequency measurements, today announced that it has recently completed countrywide antenna measurements for the Malaysian DVB-T2 broadcast operator MYTV Broadcasting Sdn Bhd.
It is the first time that these drone measurements are performed in Asia.The new Malaysian DVB-T2 broadcast operator MYTV is in the midst of implementing and rolling... Source: RealWire
Broadcaster targeted after hackers planted “fake newsrdquo; on Qatarrsquo;s state news service.
Star-studded show featuring Rajae Qawas to air on ALTV’s online platform throughout RamadanMonday 8th May - ALTV, one of the fastest growing free streaming services recently launched in the Middle East and North Africa, today announced its partnership with Jordanian broadcaster ROYA TV in a deal that will see the broadcaster’s upcoming comedy show ‘Al Hob! Al Hob!’ made available to online audiences exclusively through ALTV’s free streaming platform.‘Al Hob! Al Hob!’, the Arabic translation... Source: RealWire
The first episode of The Retail Exchange, a new retail podcast series that throws a spotlight on key issues affecting instore performance, with insight and opinion from senior figures from within the industry, is now available to download. Hosted by former-BBC journalist and broadcaster Declan Curry, episode one of The Retail Exchange is titled ‘Stores of the Future 2.0’ - featuring an experienced panel of leading retail professionals, including:Karl McKeever, founder of retail transformation agency... Source: RealWire
ETL’s presence at the show follows major contract wins in the region, including RF equipment for a major broadcaster’s IPTV projectMadley, UK. 14 March 2017: ETL Systems, a global designer and manufacturer of custom build RF equipment for satellite communications, will be showcasing its latest RF technologies to the Middle East market at CABSAT 2017, taking place March 21-23 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Visitors to the ETL stand will be able to see... Source: RealWire
"Probe shouldn't involve making more images," say CPS rules. Did BBC follow them?
Cute photo? Your biometrics just got raided, boffins warn Researchers from Japan's National Institute of Informatics say people's fingerprints could be extracted from photographs using yet-to-be built technology. The eggheads warn that fingerprints can be copied from photographs snapped up to three metres from targets. Prints would need to be captured clearly in strong lighting, researcher Isao Echizen told the Sankei Shimbun newspaper and broadcaster Yomiuri TV. The technology required to replicate fingerprints is not considered advanced but is some two years from development, apparently. “Just by casually making a peace sign in front of a camera, fingerprints can become widely available,” Echizen says. “Fingerprint data can be recreated if fingerprints are in focus with strong lighting in a picture." The three-metre range to nab fingerprints is likely to capture scores of selfie-takers, he says.

The research team has created a transparent titanium oxide film which will mask prints within photographs, yet permit validation with biometric scanners now woven into many mobile devices. The findings appear of particular interest to their country given the two-fingered peace or victory sign is seen as an iconic gesture within east-asian popular cultures. ® Sponsored: Flash enters the mainstream.
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Enlarge / AT&T will own a bunch of new media properties if it is allowed to buy Time Warner.Aurich Lawson reader comments 23 Share this story AT&T and Time Warner say they have a plan to avoid a Federal Communications Commission review of their pending merger. An FCC review would be necessary if Time Warner transfers any FCC licenses to AT&T, but Time Warner might get rid of any such licenses before the deal is finished. "Time Warner has conducted a review of all licenses that it holds that are granted by the FCC," AT&T said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday. "While subject to change, it is currently anticipated that Time Warner will not need to transfer any of its FCC licenses to AT&T in order to continue to conduct its business operations after the closing of the transaction." AT&T did not elaborate on how the licenses would be disposed of. "Time Warner has been looking to transfer or sell its licenses to another broadcaster for some time, according to a person familiar with the matter," Bloomberg reported today. "Time Warner can contract with third parties instead of owning the licenses, the person said." This may be difficult. As we reported in October, Time Warner-owned programmers such as HBO, CNN, and Turner Broadcasting System have dozens of FCC licenses that let them upload video to satellites used by pay-TV companies. These licenses are "integral to their business," one industry lawyer who spoke with Ars at the time said. Whatever happens at the FCC, the AT&T/Time Warner merger will be reviewed by the Department of Justice. While the Justice Department could sue to block the AT&T/Time Warner merger on antitrust grounds, the FCC reviews deals based on a "public interest" standard that forces the merging companies to prove that the deal is good for consumers. AT&T is attempting to buy Time Warner for $85.4 billion. Time Warner, the programming giant, is a separate entity from Time Warner Cable, which was recently purchased by Charter. President-elect Donald Trump opposed the AT&T/Time Warner merger during his election campaign. Although Trump transition team members reportedly reassured AT&T that the deal will be scrutinized without prejudice, "Trump remains opposed to the megamerger... because he believes it would concentrate too much power in the media industry," Bloomberg reported, citing sources close to Trump.