Daily Archives: Júlí 7, 2016

Epli Losar iOS 10 og macOS Sierra á Almannafæri Beta

Af | Júlí 7, 2016

iPhone and Mac fans who want to test out Apple’s latest operating systems can now download the public beta versions of both iOS 10 og macOS Sierra. Báðir voru, var sleppt í dag, nokkra mánuði áður en síðasta útgáfur eru á loft í haust.

Epli hefur lýst iOS 10 eins og hinn “stærsta sleppa hefurðu” sinnar mobile stýrikerfið. Nýja eiginleika að koma með þetta uppfæra hafa miklar geta fyrir Siri, Apple’s intelligent digital assistant, eins og “mismunur næði,” a new technology aimed at improving machine learning based on anonymized analysis of customersusage patterns.

Siri verður líka að koma í fyrsta sinn á skjáborðinu tæki með útgáfuna af macOS Sierra. Uppfærður stýrikerfið líka kynnir meiri safn með ský, að gera það auðveldara fyrir notendur að komast í skrár og skjöl sem bjargaði á skjáborðum með iPhones eða iPads.


Redesigned Læsa Skjá, Siri SDK

Almenningur beta útgáfu af iOS 10 updates some of the features that came out with the first preview build opened up to developers when it was launched at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference last month. Eitt af því fyrsta breytingar notendur tekur eftir er redesigned læsa skjá. Frekar en að renna sér fingur yfir skjáinn til að opna tæki, notanda með iPhone 6s, 6s, Plús eða SE kemst að vekja símanum einfaldlega með því að rækta það.

Renna sér fingur til hægri yfir læsa skjá gefur sýn á græjur, while sliding to the left will turn on the iPhone’s camera. Notanda mun líka hægt að skilgreina hvað miklar upplýsingar birtist á læsa skjá gegnum TouchID.

Nýja almannafæri beta útgáfu af iOS 10 líka býður upp á fjölda annarra uppfærslur. Meðal “falinn eiginleika” identified by CNET today are a built-in image and video search box in… [php færslu=11]

Fb OpenCellular Platform Supplies Web (Virtually) Anyplace

Af | Júlí 7, 2016

Despite some setbacks with an earlier program aimed at getting more people online, Facebook is pushing ahead with a new effort to provide wireless Internet access to remote parts of the world: the OpenCellular wireless access platform.

Designed to support a variety of connection options from 2G to LTE, the OpenCellular system will be open sourced so telecom operators and other organizations can more easily build locally appropriate infrastructure to work with the platform, according to Facebook engineer Kashif Ali.

The system was also designed to work with a variety of power sources from batteries to solar, and to stand up to many different types of climates, said Ali, previously a co-founder of Endaga, a cellular network development company that was acquired by Facebook last fall.

In tests at Facebook’s labs, the OpenCellular system has so far been able to successfully send and receive SMS text messages, support voice calling and transfer data via 2G connectivity. Still in development in conjunction with various design and equipment manufacturing partners, the OpenCellular system is expected to be implemented sometime this summer, Ali said.


The ‘Last-MileChallenge

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has long made it clear he wants to bring Internet accessalong with access to Facebookto as many people around the world as possible. Earlier this year, he reportedly told employees that he would like to see Facebook reach 5 billion users by 2030.

As of the end of March, the social networking company reported 1.65 billion monthly active users, including 1.51 billion who regularly access the site from mobile devices. Globally, Cisco has predicted there will be 5.5 billion people — 70 percent of the world’s populationusing mobile devices by 2020.

Hins vegar, Internet access isn’t always reliable for mobile users in developing economies and remote parts of… [php færslu=11]