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Question by dudeman74: How can the use of a natural alternative to antibiotics be negative for the food industry?
Answer by Weise Ente
Seeing as they don’t work, there would be no benefit.
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Facebook isn’t the only company that wants to give your Android experience a makeover. The Korean startup behind the massively popular messaging app KakaoTalk has just released KakaoHome — a launcher that lets you quickly reply to KakaoTalk messages without having to open the app, somewhat like Facebook Home’s vaunted Chat Heads. Reported by The Guardian, the app also lets you quickly check notifications for Kakao’s suite of apps, including the Tumblr-like KakaoStory, and KakaoGame, which is similar to Apple’s Game Center.
A patent battle in between LG Display and Samsung Display began late last year when the latter filed a suit declaring its equivalent had stolen modern technology secrets tied to the production of OLED screens. In turn, LG threatened its own injunctions and the fight was on however now it may be movabling towards a resolution. After reports suggested the two were trying to chat it out a couple of days ago Samsung Display dropped its injunction request, and now LG has responded in kind. After dropping its request for an injunction preventing the sale of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 in South Korea, LG Display says it is seeking a resolution “through a peaceful negotiation”– you could read the official declaration in full after the break. With any luck, these 2 will have hugged it out by the time their latest round of gadgets are ready to deliver, and we could enjoy our HDTVs, phones and tablets in peace.
LG Display [ NYSE: LPL, KRX: 034220 ], a leading innovator of display modern technology, revealed today that it has withdrawn its request for a preliminary injunction in connection to Galaxy Note 10.1 against Samsung Electronic devices and Samsung Display from the Seoul Central District Court of Korea.
LG Display looks for to quit the consuming conflict with Samsung and to continue its promo of fair competitors. Based on the company belief that a patent need to be fairly assessed as a product of development, LG Display seeks an alternative option with a friendly settlement with Samsung to clarify the particular rights and duties of each celebration and analyze the appropriate worth of the patents.
Beidou, China’s very own competitor to GPS, is now officially offered for noncombatant and commercial use. The news was announced at a press conference the other day, where Xinhua reported that a spokesman said the service is “equivalent” to GPS, and can nailing down places by 10 meters (about 33 feet). The most conservative United States precision measurements of GPS (without enhancement systems like WAAS) can be found in at 7.8 meters, though other estimates mark accuracy at closer to 3 meters, relying on the devices made use of. According to the spokesperson, Beidou’s 16 satellites can also determine speed within 0.2 meters per second (about 0.44 mph) and the system can synchronize clocks with an accuracy of 50 nanoseconds.
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Mountain View’s mapping service is back on iOS, but Google’s cartography team isn’t content with launching a standalone app: it wants to worm its way into other developer’s apps, too. Leveraging a URL scheme, Google Maps’ iOS SDK allows developers to call up its own navigation application in favor of iOS 6′s offering. The SDK also demonstrates how to perform a quick check to make sure Google Maps is installed, allowing apps to default to Apple’s solution if it isn’t found. Developers looking for a more integrated solution can request access to API keys that will allow their apps to natively utilize Google’s cartography in 2D and 3D views. It’s a subtle hand to play, but the update SDK gives developers more control over the experience they offer to users, a good thing, to be sure. Looking for access to the new API? Register your interest at Google’s developer site — it’s doling access to qualified developers as API keys become available.
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The news is out. OnLive, Inc. is no more, having actually cut the bulk of its workforce loose and utilized an Assignment for the Perk of Creditors (ABC) to absolve itself of gigantic debts had by the expansion of its services without an equivalent increase in its client base. However exactly what is this choice to filing for bankruptcy, and why did OnLive choose this certain legal reset button to start over? We spoke with a specialist on the matter, Martin Pichinson, co-founder and taking care of member of Sherwood Partners (which does two or three ABCs in an offered week), to help inform us on this little-known tool made use of by companies irrevocably in the red.
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At Expo West 2012 Smart Wellness Talk Radio Program broadcast live. Visitor Cygnia Rapp, Prosperity Organics is the designer behind this new impressive natural choice to butter called Rich & Creamy Melt ® Organic Spread. In the course of her interview with Elaine McFadden, Host for Smart Wellness Talk, and Cygnia talk about the intestinal problems that led her to develop this new organic product that even delivers the medium chain and Omega 3 fatty acids that are nutritionally useful to the digestive tract. The blend of natural virgin coconut oil, hi-oleic sunflower oil, and organic flaxseed oil provides the ideal 2:1 balance of Omega-6s and Omega-3s. Rich and Creamy Melt is now also available in a brand-new Honey flavor with merely 2 grams of sugar per serving. Each range of Melt is approved organic, is soy complimentary, and has no hydrogenated oils, additives or artificial components. Discover out more about their item at: www.meltbutteryspread.com
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Excited for Nintendo’s new tablet-esque controller? So are the kids in TT Games’ QA department. An over-excited tester tweeted out an image of a slightly different Wii U slab than the one we laid hands on at E3 2011, teasing “look we what we have at work!” Answering the call does indeed reveal something worth looking at — a somewhat wider looking Wii U slate featuring two full-sized analog sticks (as opposed to 3DS-like circle pads), a pair of unmarked button-like squares, and a new starboard home for the controller’s plus and minus buttons.
The tweet was summarily pulled, of course, but not before our friends at Joystiq nabbed a screenshot. Naturally, the rumor mill started right up, churning out speculation of developer specific slabs, early prototypes and late redesigns. The truth? We’ll probably need to wait until E3 to find out, but we reached out to Nintendo for a comment all the same. We’ll let you know if we hear anything more than the usual “Nintendo doesn’t comment on rumors and speculation” line.
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I need to learn to programming for FIRST robotics. can i use regular c or what’s the best alternative?
Question by cc: I need to learn to programming for FIRST robotics. can i use regular c or what’s the best alternative?
since i can’t get my hands on the FIRST programming software, i need something thats most similar. thanks.
Answer by csanon
I’m not sure why you are asking us on such a specific topic. From what I found with a Google search, the compiler that actually works with the robot controller chip is hard to obtain, unless you have some serious cash lying around.
Since the compiler is for C language, you’ll benefit from learning C and programming for desktop computers. But don’t assume it translates perfectly, because most likely it doesn’t. I don’t know what MCC18 compiler’s fidelity to the C language is. It’s obvious what you need to do with all this uncertainty at hand. Contact someone who is directly associated with FIRST, perhaps a mentor, or better yet, some authority figure. And find out how you can get the compiler and development kits for FIRST. This is your research.
In the meantime, you’ll benefit from learning C normally. If you’ve never learned a programming language before, then you might want to get started with the basics at least.
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