15 Jul

Eman Ahmed, 330kg lighter, starts chewing food

Eman Ahmed, 330kg lighter, starts chewing food

Eman Ahmed, 330kg lighter,startschewing food

Almost four months after Egyptian patient Eman Ahmed left his home in Alexandria, his mother and niece arrived in Abu Dhabi to meet the 36-year-old who first began chewing his food after bariatric surgery in March of this year. The ability to swallow food and not rely on the feeding tube shows a significant improvement in its rehabilitation process. Eman suffers difficulty speaking and swallowing functions because of a stroke that also left his right side paralyzed.

“I pray to God to walk one day. She is clearly able to report the names of our close family members,” said her younger sister, Shaimaa Selim.
Eman was admitted to the Burjeel hospital earlier this month after his sister asked for medical VPS health care after a showdown with Saifee Hospital in Mumbai where eman underwent a three-month laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy surgery.
According to Dr. Yassin Al Shahat, Medical Director of Burjeel Hospital Eman undergoes plastic surgery for redundant skin and corrective surgery for lower extremity deformity as a long-term treatment. “Any aortic valve replacement may be required,” Al Shahat said in a news release.
She continues to undergo a strict diet to lose weight, although doctors have not revealed her current weight.
Dr. Nehad Halawa, head of 20 specialists who deal with Iman said Eman is now able to show a movement in the leg that did not show up in the last two years. “She can also sit without support for some time. She looks at Arabic broadcasts on television to pass the time,” Selim said.
Eman weighed about 500 kg when he was raised through the air from Egypt to India for a weight reduction treatment. In three months, doctors at the Saifee hospital say their weight has risen to 170 kilograms.
Due to the constant physiotherapy, the movements of the right limbs are improving gradually, according to the doctors of the Burjeel hospital.
“The EEG made Saturday is normal, and the nerve conduction study gives hope to keep improving. The good news is that it eats over the last two days,” Al Shahat said in a statement.
According to doctors, Eman’s antiepileptic drugs have been modified as advanced medicines according to international guidelines. He suffered a stroke three years ago. In three months in Bombay, he suffered at least eight attacks

08 Jul

EA/Origin Access Vault Adding More Games, Including Battlefield 1

EA/Origin Access Vault Adding More Games, Including Battlefield 1

EA/Origin Access Vault Adding More Games, Including Battlefield 1

Electronic Arts has shared some details about the content you just added to EA / Origin Dome Access, as well as some great names games that are out the next month.

As of today, access members can participate in all DLCs for Star Wars Battlefront.

The game itself was already free through EA access, but now, Xbox One and PC gamers will be able to enjoy the full experience before launching later this year.

At a time before September, EA and Access domes originate adding Titanfall Battlefield 1 and 2 for 2 main versions last fall.

The original access members also get their hands on the Sims 4: Digital Deluxe Edition, and Oxenfree Rebel Galaxy.

The release dates have not been announced, but the additions to the Vault are usually permanent, so you will have plenty of time with the game once they have been added.

As for testing, FIFA 18 will be playable for EA members and the source of access prior to its launch, while the first will also be the first test of Madden NFL 18, NHL 18 and NBA Live 18.

Specific dates for one of these have not been announced, but will probably be the week before its release.

EA Origin and access are subscription-based services to Xbox One and PC, respectively.

They offer unlimited access to a library of games (see our complete list of all EA games / Origin of access), preliminary tests for many EA versions and a 10% discount on EA digital purchases. Each of them cost $ 5 a month or $ 30 a year.

08 Jul

CopyCat Malware Roots Devices, Shows Fraudulent Ads

CopyCat Malware Roots Devices, Shows Fraudulent Ads

CopyCat Malware Roots Devices, Shows Fraudulent Ads

Security Services, a security services company, has posted new information in malicious software integrated with certain applications installed outside the Google Play Store.

Malware CopyCat is capable of stopping the device, installing fraudulent applications, distributing fraudulent ads and stealing installation credits from the application.

All these features have been possible thanks to the exploitation of certain security breaks in the Android operating system, which should allow the malware root of infected devices.

The roots of infected devices is in itself a matter of great concern, since it opens the user to a wide range of security issues and exploits.

Once the device is rooted, the malicious software then tries to change the application code launch system for the Android operating system.

Modifying the application startup system also allows malware developers to monitor user activity.

This information could be used by developers to generate advertising revenue by displaying fraudulent ads in non-infected applications or stealing the credit facility from other developers’ applications.

As developers can remotely change attack targets from malicious software, they can also be used to infiltrate a corporate network or retrieve sensitive information stored on a device.

The malware has infected about 14 million Android devices, of which more than half are in Asia. Of the total number of infected devices, about $ 8 million were ingrained, probably without the user’s knowledge.

In addition, software installed by fraudulent malware on about 4.9 million devices, while owners of 3.8 million devices should treat advertising for malware.

Due to the large number of infected devices, malicious software developers CopyCat managed to earn about $ 1.5 million in advertising revenue.

It is likely that most affected devices installed Android 5.0 Lollipop, or even previous versions of the software because these vulnerabilities are present in the versions of the Android operating system.

It is not yet known exactly what group is behind the imitation malware, but the evidence suggests MobiSummer, a China-based advertising network.

While the company itself is not responsible for malware developers use the network infrastructure to earn advertising revenue.

Given the recent discovery of different malicious software embedded in some Android applications, it is important that users are more vigilant.

If CopyCat malware, just install the applications directly from the Google Play Store to prevent the device from becoming infected.

08 Jul

Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds Full Launch Delayed

Playerunknown's Battlegrounds Full Launch Delayed

Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds Full Launch Delayed

The Playerunknown battlefields will be launched in full after planned, developer Bluehole announced. The title of Battle Royale was to get early access to the PC before the end of October, but the full launch from now “before the end of the fourth quarter of 2017.”

In a blog post player Braming himself, Brendan Greene said: “I realized that limiting the window to a specific month could prevent us to offer a complete set and / or lead to disappointment community if the Period of dissatisfaction.

“So we have decided that we will fully push the start of the initial period of six months, but we want to make sure we continue to expect a full version before the end of the fourth quarter of 2017,” he added.

It is not known whether Greene means the end of this calendar year or refers to the year 2017 if the latter, which would put the release date battle somewhere before the end of March 2018.

GameSpot contact Bluehole clarification on the issue and that the new medium for the next version of Xbox One, to be launched in early access to the end of 2017.

The director went on to say that he and his team would “continue to drive changes and monthly weekly updates for the full release, because we want to make sure that the game we’re launching is the best version.”

Yesterday, a new update has arrived, which fixes a lot of errors. Bluehole working on a loaded content, including a new weapon – the OTS weapon at short and medium range – and a better intersection of entertainment. More and more time effects are on the way as well as supporting the mod on the line.

We knew that a desert themed map is on the battlefield, with a snow-covered sand in the Adriatic. No release date has been announced for any of the cards, but the first was recently introduced for the first time.

Finally, the Battle Royale title will soon add a new Zombies mode, where players can control the undead and try to outdo their human enemies. To learn more about the popular game, check out our Playerunknown battlefields, play games.

08 Jul

The iPhone 8 Will Only Boost Samsung’s Lead Over Apple As Most Profitable Tech Company

The iPhone 8 Will Only Boost Samsung's Lead Over Apple As Most Profitable Tech Company

The iPhone 8 Will Only Boost Samsung’s Lead Over Apple As Most Profitable Tech Company

Not even a year after one of the biggest public relations disasters of consumer technology in history, Samsung has risen with its most profitable quarter yet – enough to push it ahead of Apple as the most profitable technology company at world.

As reported by the Wall Street Journal, South Korean chaebol announced today that its second-quarter operating result hit a record 14 trillion won (US $ 12.1 billion), slightly higher than Apple’s operating profit is expected to be 10.6 billion over the same period.

The bulk is due to the activity in Samsung semiconductor development and also to the success of Galaxy S8 (a device that, in my opinion, is the best material for the phone phone).

And while the quarterly figures tend to rebound depending on the time of year – last year, briefly exceeded Samsung’s Huawei as the most profitable Android maker result in Note 7 – Samsung and Apple were the first two as of now, And it is unlikely that someone will exceed it at any time, unless one of them suffers from a product failure.

This means that the only company that affected Samsung in the first place is Apple.

But if Apple fans believe that the iPhone 8 to come (including all reports and leaks indicate a major upgrade in the innovative iPhone 1 boring level) push the giant of Cupertino on top, certainly will not do Yes, according to WSJ (I came to this conclusion earlier this year). The reason? The Premium version of the next iPhone will generate Samsung OLED screens.

This is a very interesting position for Samsung.

Its own flagship phone is currently the talk of the city, and the only phone that has real chances of damaging the sale this year is an iPhone that uses Samsung display technology. More iPhone sold more than 8 tablets from Samsung are profitable.

Apple, of course, does not really benefit Samsung like that, but he has no choice.

As I’ve written in almost every review on my phone, it can not be denied that OLED screens are superior to LCD screens (this is what the iPhone uses).

And the only other company in the world to get closer to Samsung, which is the production of OLED is the LG competitor that crosses the city. This is why there have been so many rumors about Apple that I wanted to partner with LG for OLED sourcing panels as if Apple had to help another company, it would be better not to help someone who breathes the neck the supremacy of smartphones.

30 Jun

Baby starts to walk immediately after being born; the video is breaking the internet

Baby starts to walk immediately after being born; the video is breaking the internet

Baby starts to walk immediately after being born; the video is breaking the internet

Yes! As crazy as it sounds, a baby started walking as soon as she was born. The video continues the internet, and shows that a newborn baby held by the doctor starts walking a few minutes after birth. This video was uploaded on Facebook and in three days has more than 70 million visits and more than 1.6 million shares.

The appropriate age for a baby to start walking is between nine and twelve months; It is not really surprising to see a baby walk within a few minutes after birth. He will not believe us until he sees the video. Here is the video of this baby where it is clearly seen that the baby is walking a few minutes after birth. However, we still know that it is a part of the primitive reflexes or something really unusual. Primitive reflexes are reflex actions of the central nervous system that are exposed normal infants, but adults neurologically intact in response to particular stimuli. There is no media report on the reason behind this. Whatever the reason for the video became viral and you will have a look:

Is not it amazing? You have to see it to believe it. Put in the comments section what you think of this video. You can also read: Doctors told you to have an abortion, but what happened next is a miracle!
A “miracle baby”, lighter than the UAE-born iPad, doctors are celebrating successful delivery

29 May

World’s first infrared telescope to decode universe mysteries

World's first infrared telescope to decode universe mysteries

World’s first infrared telescope to decode universe mysteries

The largest optical and infrared telescope in the world is being built in Chile, which will help scientists understand the inner workings of the universe.

With a primary mirror of 39 meters in diameter, the European Southern Observatory (ESO) builds Extremely Large Telescope (ELT).

Unlike any before, ELT is designed to be an adaptive telescope and has the ability to set atmospheric turbulence by taking the engineering telescope to a new level.

The future giant telescope installed in the year 2024 was built on the top of Cerro Armazones, a mountain peak 3046 meters in Chile.

Scientists at Oxford University play a key role in the project and are responsible for the design and construction of the spectrograph; “HARMONI”, an instrument designed to take pictures simultaneously 4000, each of a slightly different color.

The visible and near-infrared adaptive optics instrument operates the telescope to provide very sharp images.

“HARMONI” will allow scientists to form a more detailed picture of the formation and evolution of objects in the universe.

This will help researchers see everything from planets to our own solar system and stars in our own galaxy and nearby, with unprecedented depth and precision, formation and evolution of galaxies that have never been observed before.

“The ELT is a major step forward in capability, and that means we will use to find many interesting things about the universe that we do not have knowledge of today,” said Niranjan Thatte, principal investigator of ‘HARMONI’ and professor of astrophysics In the physics department of Oxford.

“This is the element of” the exploration of the unknown “that most excites me about the ELT. It will be an engineering piece, and its size and light weight will harm all the other telescopes we have built so far,” said Thatte.

“ELTs produce discoveries that we simply can not imagine today and certainly inspire many people in the world to think about science, technology and our place in the universe,” said Tim DE Zeeuw, CEO of ESO.

08 May

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28 Apr

Internet of Things (IOT): A Vision, Future Directions and Challenges

 

Introduction

The Internet of Things represents a vision in which the Internet extends into the real world embracing every­day objects. Physical items are no longer disconnected from the virtual world, but can be controlled remotely and can act as physical access points to Internet services. An Internet of Things makes computing truly ubiquitous a concept initially put forward by Mark Weiser in the early 1990s. This development is opening up huge opportunities for both the economy and individuals. However, it also involves risks and undoub­tedly represents an immense tech­nical and social challenge.

The Internet of Things vision is grounded in the belief that the steady advances in microelectronics, com­munications and information tech­nology we have witnessed in recent years will continue into the fore­seeable future. In fact, due to their diminishing size, constantly falling price and declining energy consump­tion – processors, communications modules and other electronic com­ponents are being increasingly inte­grated into everyday objects today. ‘Smart’ objects play a key role in the Internet of Things vision, since embedded communication and infor­mation technology would have the potential to revolutionize the utility of these objects. Using sensors, they are able to perceive their context, and via built-in networking capabilities they would be able to communicate with each other, access Internet services and interact with people. ‘Digitally upgrading’ conventional object in this way enhances their physical function by adding the capabilities of digital objects, thus generating substantial added value. Forerunners of this development are already apparent today—more and more devices such as sewing machi­nes, exercise bikes, electric toothbru­shes, washing machines, electricity meters and photocopiers a re’being
‘computerized’ and equipped with network interfaces.

In other application domains, Internet connectivity of everyday objects can be used to remotely deter­mine their state so that information systems can collect up-to-date infor­mation on physical objects and processes. This enables many aspects

of the real world to be ‘observed’ at a previously unattained level of detail and at negligible cost. This would not only allow for a better understanding of the underlying processes, but also far more efficient control and mana­gement . The ability to react to events in the physical world in an automatic, rapid and informed manner not only

Manufacturing Quick response to fluctuations in demand; maximized operational efficiency, safety and reliability, using smart sensors and digital control systems. Enhanced agility and flexibility, reduced energy consumption and carbon footprint.
Retail Stock-out prevention through connected and intelligent supply chains. Ability to predict consumer behaviour and trends, using data from video surveillance cameras, social media, internet and mobile device usage.
Supply Chain Real-time tracking of parts and raw materials, which Reduced working capital requirements, improved efficie-
helps organisations preempt problems, address demand fluctuations and efficiently manage all stages of manu­facturing. ncies and avoidance of dis­ruptions in manufacturing.
Infrastructure Smart lighting, water, power, fire, cooling, alarms and structural health systems. Environmental benefits and significant cost savings with better utilization of resources and preventive maintenance of critical systems.
Oil and Gas Smart components. Reduced operating casts and fuel consumption.
Insurance Innovative services such as pay-as-you-go insurance. Significant cost savings for both insurers and consumers.
Utilities Smart grids and meters. More responsive and reliable services; significant cost savings for both utilities and consumers resulting from demand-based and dynamic pricing features.
Source : Ericsson, M2M Magazine 2013, Zebra Consulting/Forester Research, IBM, McKinsey & Co. Data informed, ZDNet.

opens up new opportunities for deal­ing with complex or critical situa­tions, but also enables a wide variety of business processes to be optimized. The real-time interpretation of data from the physical world will most likely lead to the introduction of various novel business services and may deliver substantial economic and social benefits. The use of the word ‘Internet’ in the catchy term ‘Internet of Things’ which stands for the vision outlined above can be seen as either simply a metaphor—in the same way that people use the Web today, things will soon also communicate with each other, use services, provide data and thus generate added value—or it can be interpreted in a stricter tech­nical sense, postulating that an IP protocol stack will be used by smart things (or at least by the ‘proxies’, their representatives on the network).

Getting IoT Ready

Preparing the lowest layers of technology for the horizontal nature of the IoT requires manufacturers to deliver on the most fundamental challenges, including:

  • Connectivity : There will not be one connectivity standard that ‘wins’ over the others. There will be a wide variety of wired and wireless standards as well as proprietary implementations used to connect the things in the IoT. The challenge is getting the connectivity standards to talk to one another with one common worldwide data currency.
  • Power Management : More

things within the IoT will be battery powered or use energy harvesting to be more portable and self-sustaining. Line- powered equipment will need to be more energy efficient. The challenge is making it easy to add power management to these devices and equipment. Wireless charging will incorporate con­nectivity with charge manage­ment.

  • Security : With the amount of data being sent within the IoT, security is a must. Built-in hard­ware security and use of existing connectivity security protocols is essential to secure the IoT. Another challenge is simply educating consumers to use the security that is integrated into their devices.
  • Complexity : Manufacturers are looking to add connectivity to devices and equipment that has never been connected before to become part of the IoT. Ease of design and development is essential to get more things con­nected especially when typical RF programming is complex. Additionally, the average con­sumer needs to be able to set up and use their devices without a technical background.
  • Rapid Evolution : The IoT is constantly changing and evolv­ing. More devices are being added every day and the indus­try is still in its nascent stage. The challenge facing the industry is the unknown devices, unknown applications, unknown use cases. Given this, there needs to be flexibility in all facets of deve­lopment. Processors and micro­controllers that range from 16- 1500 MEIz to address the full spectrum of applications from a microcontroller (MCU) in a small, energy-harvested wireless sensor node to high-performance, multi-core processors for IoT infrastructure. A wide variety of wired and wireless connectivity technologies are needed to meet the various needs of the market. Last, a wide selection of sensors, mixed-signal and power-mana­gement technologies are required to provide the user interface to the IoT and energy-friendly designs

Compelling Benefits of IoT

IoT offers compelling business

benefits and value that organizations

cannot afford to ignore including cost

savings, improved revenues and

opportunities to innovate.

  • Cost Savings : Costs can be reduced through improved asset utilization, process efficiencies and productivity. Customers and organizations can benefit from improved asset utilization (g smart meters that eliminate manual meter readings) and service improvements (e.g., remote monitoring of patients in clinical settings). General Electric has estimated that if intelligent machines and analytics caused even a tiny reduction in fuel, capital expenditures and ineffi­ciencies, it would result in billions of dollars in cost savings.
  • Improved Asset Utilization

With improved tracking of asse: (machinery, equipment, took etc.) using sensors and connect vity, businesses can benefit fror real-time insights and visibility into their assets and suppL chains. For instance, they coul: more easily locate assets and rur preventive maintenance on crit- cal pieces of infrastructure an; machinery to improve through put and utilization.

  • Efficient Processes : Organiza­tions can use real-time opera­tional insights to make smarter business decisions and reduct operating costs. They can use real-time data from sensors an: actuators to monitor and improve process efficiency, reduce energ. costs and minimize human inter­vention.
  • Improved Productivity : Pro­ductivity is a critical parameter that affects the profitability or any organization. IoT improver organizational productivity h offering employees just-in-tirr training, reducing the mismatc: of required available skill: and improving labour efficiency

Future of IoT

The acceleration of IoT from loft concept to reality is predicated or the projected exponential growth c: smart devices and the confluence or low-cost infrastructure, connectivity and data. Declining device costs widespread and pervasive connecti­vity, and an ever-increasing focus or operational efficiency and producti­vity is leading to wide deployment or IoT splutions. In a 2012 survey b Zebra Consulting and Forester, only 15% of organizations had an IoT solution in place, but more than hah (53%) had plans to implement one ir. the next two years, and an additional 14% planned to implement in the next two to five years. Roughly 21’c of respondents from the transporta­tion and logistics sector indicated tha: an IoT solution was already in place.

  • Billions of Smart Devices are Becoming Connected : The num­ber of connected smart devices is exploding, with 50 billion devi­ces possible by 2020. Similarly machine-to-machine (M2M connections which are a key pan of the fabric of IoT are also or

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