رستوران ساز از ابتدای شکل‌گیری ایده برای سرمایه‌گذاری و راه اندازی رستوران تا زمان به ثمر نشتن پروژه، در کنار شما می‌ماند.

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تاسیس رستوران ایرانی

وقتی تمامی مراحل قبل برای راه‌اندازی رستوران ایرانی پشت سر گذاشته شد، تیم مؤسس وارد میدان می‌شود. اکنون این تیم باید با توجه به تجارب، تخصص و مهارت‌های خود رستوران شما را به بهترین نحو ممکن تأسیس کنند. اگر قرار باشد رستوران ایرانی شما به دست تیم ما راه‌اندازی شود، مطمئناً موارد زیر در زمان راه‌اندازی در نظر گرفته می‌شود:

هیچ فکر نمی کنیم که Infinite داستان تنها بازی در شهر. اما آن را هر روز هنگامی که یک برنامه با بیش از دو میلیارد تاسیسات شود موضوع تصاحب نبرد مربوط به یک شرکت ایالات متحده و رئیس جمهور ایالات متحده است. این بعد از ظهر مایکروسافت در وبلاگ رسمی گزارش داد که پس از یک مکالمه بین مدیر عامل مایکروسافت ساتیا نادلا رئیس جمهور و دونالد مغلوب ساختن پیشی جستن مایکروسافت تصمیم گرفته است برای ادامه مذاکرات با Infinite شرکت پدر و مادر ByteDance در تلاش برای خرید فرم کوتاه فیلم نرم افزار. مایکروسافت می گوید که آن را می خواهم برای تکمیل بحث با ByteDance توسط 15 سپتامبر سال 2020 است.

مایکروسافت در مغلوب ساختن پیشی جستن-تایید مذاکرات با ByteDance بیش از خرید Infinite

متعددی وجود دارد که ممکن است دلیل که چرا تهمت و دولت شده است به دنبال ممنوعیت Infinite در ایالات متحده آمریکا در کشورهای مختلف شرکت های چینی در نظر گرفته امنیت ملی تهدید با ترس است که آنها را به جمع آوری اطلاعات شخصی و ارسال آن به پکن. اوایل این ماه دولت مایک Pompeo در مقایسه با تلاش برای ممنوعیت Infinite با دیگر ممنوع قرار داده شده در مقابل تولید کنندگان چینی Huawei و ZTE. “آیا آن مشکلات داشتن Huawei تکنولوژی در زیرساخت های خود را رفته ایم در سراسر جهان است و ما در حال ساخت پیشرفت واقعی شدن آن ، ما اعلام ZTE یک خطر برای امنیت ملی آمریکا. با توجه به برنامه های چینی در مردم تلفن همراه ایالات متحده را دریافت کنید این یکی راست بیش از حد.”

مایکروسافت گفت: “به طور کامل قدردانی اهمیت پرداختن به رئیس جمهور و نگرانی است. آن است که متعهد به دستیابی به Infinite موضوع به یک امنیت کامل بررسی و ارائه مناسب منافع اقتصادی به ایالات متحده آمریکا از جمله وزارت خزانه داری ایالات متحده.” برخی از کسانی که منافع اقتصادی شامل علاوه بر این از 10,000 شغل جدید که Infinite در نظر دارد را به آمریکا بیش از سه سال آینده با توجه به Infinite تصویری ارسال شده در برنامه این صبح توسط آمریکا و مدیر کل ونسا Pappas.

Infinite اجازه می دهد تا به کاربران برای ایجاد 15 ثانیه یا 60 ثانیه ای فیلم ها با محتوای کمدی و آواز و رقص و اعتراض. آن است که مورد استفاده توسط نوجوانان قبل از نوجوانی و حتی مسن تر و عامیانه. با بسیاری از مردم در داخل گیر در گیر Infinite شد یک نرم افزار محبوب برای کسانی که به دنبال یک راه برای عبور زمان از روز است. اگر معامله مجاز است, مایکروسافت خواهد خود را به کار گیرند Infinite در ایالات متحده و کانادا و استرالیا و نیوزیلند. این غول نرم افزاری همچنین می توانید درخواست برخی از شرکت های دیگر به اقلیت سرمایه گذاران. مایکروسافت همچنین گفت: “این ساختار جدید خواهد ساخت در تجربه Infinite کاربران در حال حاضر دوست دارم در حالی که با اضافه کردن کلاس جهانی امنیت و حریم خصوصی و امنیت دیجیتالی حمایت. عامل مدل برای این سرویس خواهد بود ساخته شده است برای اطمینان از شفافیت به کاربران و همچنین امنیتی مناسب نظارت توسط دولت در این کشور است.”

مایکروسافت گفت که این امر اطمینان حاصل کنید که هر آمریکایی Infinite اطلاعات شخصی کاربر باقی خواهد ماند در ایالات متحده هر گونه اطلاعات حمایت کردن و یا ذخیره شده بر روی سرورهای خارج از ایالات متحده خواهد بود حذف شده توسط مایکروسافت است. این غول نرم افزاری همچنین مطمئن شوید که به رئيس جمهور اجازه می دانم چه مقدار از آن قدردانی تلاش های خود را در اجازه دادن به شرکت را به یک پیشنهاد برای Infinite. این شرکت نوشت: “مایکروسافت قدردانی دولت آمریکا و رئیس جمهور مغلوب ساختن پیشی جستن دخالت شخصی به عنوان آن را همچنان به توسعه امنیتی قوی برای حمایت از کشور است.”

هیچ تضمینی وجود ندارد که یک معامله به اتمام خواهد رسید. مایکروسافت می گوید که این طرح به اظهار نظر بیشتر در یک توافق احتمالی با ByteDance برای Infinite تا زمانی که یک توافق قطعی شده است. در حالی که آن را در مذاکرات با Infinite پدر و مادر ByteDance مایکروسافت می گوید که “در طی این فرایند مایکروسافت به نظر می رسد به جلو به ادامه گفت و گو با دولت ایالات متحده از جمله با رئیس جمهور است.”

Infinite تخمین زده می شود به ارزش 50 میلیارد دلار-$100 میلیارد دلار است. مایکروسافت بازار سرمایه در حدود $1.55 تریلیون.

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دو نمایش سرفیس اواز یا موسیقی دو نفری است که انتظار می رود رونمایی از مدتی این ماه است. در حالی که مایکروسافت می خواستم به معرفی گوشی قبل از سامسونگ می سازد Galaxy Z برابر 2 رسمی در آگوست 5th, محرومیت یک رونمایی پیش از این روز شنبه, مایکروسافت, رویاهای نمی خواهد آمد درست است. سطح Duo مجهز به یک جفت از 5.6 اینچ AMOLED صفحه نمایش با 1350 x 1800 قطعنامه. انقلابی 360 درجه لولا متصل به دو صفحه نمایش; در 180 درجه زاویه صفحه نمایش ایجاد یک 8.3 اینچی با فوق لولا در وسط.
مجهز به Snapdragon 855 پلت فرم تلفن همراه و زوج با 6GB حافظه سطح دو را ذخیره سازی پیکربندی گزینه های 64GB 128GB و 256GB. یک 11MP دوربین دو برابر به عنوان دوربین اصلی و جلوی selfie اهمیت. یک 3460mAh باتری گنجانده شده است و 10 اندروید از پیش نصب شده است. چند هفته پس از راه اندازی سطح دو خواهد بود به روز رسانی به آندروید 11.
برخی از مردم آنقدر مشتاق به گرفتن دست خود را در سطح دو برای دیدن آنچه که این دستگاه ممکن است احساس در دست است. یک کاربر توییتر شناخته شده به عنوان یوشع پسر نون (از طریق MSPoweruser) گرم 3D پرینتر و چاپ یک نسخه از سطح اواز یا موسیقی دو نفری. اولین بار او به چاپ دو صفحه نمایش و ارتباط آنها را با بسته بندی نوار. البته این دستگاه کار نمی کند پس از آن را شامل نمی شود هر یک از قطعات الکترونیکی داخلی خواهد بود که نیاز به فکس اجرا شود.

بلند پروازانه همکار جاشوا خود را به روز رسانی سطح دو با “ناخواسته پیش فرض رنگ است.” او ایجاد 3D لولا با استفاده از یک رزین پرینتر برای قطعات کوچک است. صحبت از لولا او پرسیدم و من فقط می خواهم به این نکته اشاره مکانیکی مارول که واقعی لولا در حال رفتن به. آنها نیاز به انتقال داده ها و قدرت خود را از یک سمت به سمت و آنها نیاز به یک کشش سیستم همگام سازی لولا و نگه داشتن آن را از flopping باز/بسته…”
سطح اواز یا موسیقی دو نفری را نمی خواهد آمد با 5G حداقل نه تکرار برای اولین بار از تلفن. مایکروسافت این است که موقعیت دستگاه را به عنوان یک ابزار بهره وری شده است و کار با گوگل برای بهینه سازی آندروید به کار هموار با دو صفحه نمایش است.

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  • The latest coronavirus update from White House health advisor Dr. Deborah Birx is that the US is entering a new phase of the pandemic, one that sees the virus now “extraordinarily widespread” around the country.
  • What that means is we’re going to increasingly see precautions and protective measures all around us as people try to resume normal activities they feel comfortable with.
  • Here’s what I experienced on a recent trip to the dentist, for the first time since the pandemic began.

The question of whether to reopen schools this fall, if such a thing can even be done safely at all, is nowhere close to being settled right now, with experts continuing to offer conflicting guidance around the country as the US remains in the throes of the coronavirus pandemic. At the same time, there’s something deeper that’s inherent in these contentious debates about the fate of the school year, and it’s much larger than the idea of classrooms and bringing kids back into educational institutions. What we’re really grappling with here is the much more fundamental challenge of how to increasingly go about our lives with the coronavirus still raging around us — still infecting new people, still causing people to be hospitalized, and, sadly, still killing so many Americans. Because in the absence of a vaccine, which experts like White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci assure us is still months away at the earliest, each of us has to figure out what degree of risk in our personal lives we’re willing to tolerate, whether you’re ok with eating at restaurants, shopping inside a grocery store, getting on a plane, sending your kid back to school … or, in my case, visiting my dentist’s office, which I did for the first time last week since the pandemic began.

We can’t exactly stay tucked inside hermetically sealed bubbles until a vaccine finally materializes, which is the reason for so many new rules you see everywhere you go — including the requirement that people wear face masks. For me, I decided the risk of visiting a health care provider (one that I know and trust and whose commitment to quality care and the patient experience I’ve seen first-hand) was an acceptable risk to take at this point of the pandemic. Here are some of the things I encountered, which may be of interest to any of you contemplating a similar visit in the near future.

For the record, this is not me advocating that all of you immediately book a dentist visit or doctor’s visit of some kind, that there is no risk at all, and everything will be fine. This is merely a record of what I saw, why I did so, and why I felt safe and taken care of by the dentist I’ve been going to for years now.

I should add, I didn’t “roll the dice” either, in terms of betting that the experience would be safe. I checked with my dentist beforehand, and among the things I was told and saw:

  • Patients weren’t allowed to arrive more than five minutes before their appointment time. That was to ensure that people weren’t congregating in the waiting area, where it’s hard to socially distance.
  • All employees and patients got their temperature checked almost as soon as they stepped inside.
  • Other protections included two high-efficiency HEPA H13 filters in the office.
  • A fogger was used several times a day to clean the rooms (which, I have to say, literally smelled clean as soon as I entered).
  • All employees wore a Type 3 face mask, while hygienists wore N-95 face masks with face shields as well as disposable glasses — and gloves, of course.
  • Another thing I noticed and appreciated was that during my actual cleaning itself, a machine behind my head was running the whole time and was meant to be pulling aerosolized particles away from me and the hygenist.

All in all, I was pleased with the extremes to which my dentist here in Memphis went to ensure everyone’s safety. Can publicly-funded and perennially cash-strapped public school systems attempt the same? It’s a totally different thing, of course, but that remains to be seen. Dr. Deborah Birx, the physician who leads the White House coronavirus response, said over the weekend that the US is entering a new phase of the coronavirus pandemic, which she now says is “extraordinarily widespread” across the country. Which means, among other things, you should increasingly expect to see extreme precautions like these the more places you go, as we all try to go about our lives as best we can and recapture some semblance of a normal existence.

Andy is a reporter in Memphis who also contributes to outlets like Fast Company and The Guardian. When he’s not writing about technology, he can be found hunched protectively over his burgeoning collection of vinyl, as well as nursing his Whovianism and bingeing on a variety of TV shows you probably don’t like.

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In about two days, Samsung will formally launch the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. Nearly everything is known about the two phones already, thanks to a flurry of leaks. Leaker Evan Blass has now got his hands on an AT&T promo which corroborates a lot of things.

The video confirms that the US-bound model will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest flagship chip, something which consumers would surely be thankful for, given leaked benchmark results show that there is a huge performance gap between the Snapdragon 865 Plus and Exynos 990 fueled models.
The clip is also further evidence that perhaps only the beefier Note 20 Ultra will feature an LTPO panel with a 120Hz screen, and not the regular Note 20. Similarly, only the specced-out model will likely boast a 108MP primary sensor, and the standard variant will come with a 64MP main shooter. 

Other already known alleged specs reiterated by the video include an improved S Pen, a 4,300mAh battery for the Galaxy Note 20, and a 4,500mAh cell for the Note 20 Ultra.

The new Note flagships will probably have a “more intelligent” Note app and apparently, it will support real-time sync, voice recording, and PDF files.

The Galaxy Note 20 will seemingly be available in the colors Mystic Green, Mystic Gray, and Mystic Bronze, and color options for the maxed-out model will include Mystic Black, Mystic White, and Mystic Black.

Pricing details had leaked earlier and it looks like the Galaxy Note 20 5G will cost €1,049 and the Note 20 Ultra will go for €1,349.

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Among the first two smartphone chipsets to be manufactured by foundry TSMC using the 5nm process node are Apple’s A14 Bionic and Huawei’s HiSilicon Kirin 1020. We can show you what this all means by giving you some numbers. Each 7nm A13 Bionic, currently powering the iPhone 11 family and the iPhone SE (2020), contains 8.5 billion transistors; the A14 Bionic chip has 15 billion transistors shoehorned inside. The more transistors inside a semiconductor, the more powerful and energy-efficient it is.

Huawei’s 5nm Kirin 1020 SoC said to be more expensive to produce than Apple’s 5nm A14 Bionic

According to WCCFtech, a tipster posting on Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo under the handle “Mobile chip master” says that even though both the A14 Bionic and the Kirin 1020 SoC are manufactured using the same process node, the latter chip is more expensive to make than the IC that will power Apple’s first 5G handsets. In addition, Huawei’s first 5nm chip is supposedly larger in size than Apple’s first 5nm chipset, but not as large as the custom ARM chip being used on the upcoming MacBook line. The latter will also be more expensive to develop than the other two chips we’ve discussed.

While enthusiasts love to use benchmark tests like Geekbench to determine which silicon runs the fastest, to date no HiSilicon chip has ever outperformed Apple’s home-grown chipsets; however, there is speculation that the Kirin 1020 will provide a boost in performance by 50% over the Kirin 990. Will that be fast enough to top Apple? Other 5nm chips coming in 2021 include Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 875 and the Exynos 1000.

Huawei plans on using the Kirin 1020 to power its second-half flagship phone series, the Mate 40. The Mate line is usually the manufacturer’s most technologically advanced phones for the year. The chips are also expected to be used on base stations made for 5G networks. Not only is Huawei currently the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, but it also is the planet’s leading supplier of networking equipment. But access to the Kirin 1020 chips it designed isn’t a sure thing starting on September 15th; that’s when a new U.S. export rule kicks in. All foundries producing chips for using American technology need to obtain a license from the U.S. to ship chips to Huawei. TSMC says that it will follow the rule change.

Last year, when Huawei was banned from its U.S. supply chain, it was able to get around the ban by purchasing supplies from U.S. companies’ foreign facilities. A similar way around the new chip rules is possible. The supply chain for semiconductors has several steps and could allow companies to ship chips while claiming that they didn’t know that Huawei was the ultimate buyer. Harvard Business School technology expert Willy Shih explains that “You have to stop selling to Huawei directly. But how are you going to know where it goes if you sell to a distributor?”
Another possibility is for Huawei to arrange to have chips sent to its suppliers who would then add it into a system that Huawei includes with its phones. Yes, Huawei would be the beneficiary from the production of the chip but the component is not actually being shipped directly to the Chinese manufacturer. What makes Huawei so desperate to obtain chips is the fact that only two foundries will be able to produce 5nm chips this year, TSMC and Samsung. China’s largest foundry, SMIC, remains a few process nodes behind at 14nm. However, with advanced lithography equipment on the way, SMIC’s roadmap takes its production down to the 10nm and 7nm process nodes eventually.

Despite producing phones with the equivalent of one hand tied behind its back, Huawei shipped 55.8 million units during the second quarter topping both Samsung and Apple.

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The latest version of the Google Camera app is version 7.5 and some Pixel users running the Android 11 beta received an update yesterday that brought the latest iteration of the app to their phones. 9to5Google broke down the app and discovered some of the new features that could be coming soon to the Camera app. One such feature is Audio Zoom, currently available on phones like the Apple iPhone 11 series, the Samsung Galaxy S20 line and the Motorola Edge+. With Audio Zoom, the sounds of a subject that you’re zooming in on get louder the closer you zoom in.
This has yet to be made available for the Google Pixel phones but it could be coming eventually. One of the strings of code discovered summed up the feature perfectly: “Boost the sound where the user is zooming in on.” Nokia, whose Audio Zoom technology is employed on the Oppo Find X2 and X2 Pro, says, “Audio Focus technology enables the selection of desired direction and attenuates the incoming sounds from other directions. When the strength of this effect is controlled dynamically — for example, together with the video camera’s visual zooming — then the effect is called Audio Zoom.”
It also appears as though Google is adding a new Motion Blur feature to the camera app. It could fit in right alongside other modes already offered such as Night Sight, Photo Sphere, and Time Lapse. When enabled, Motion Blur could deliver DSLR quality blurring an action photograph similar to the way bokeh blurs surface in portrait mode.

Strings of code also reveal that Google is working on Flash Intensity, a feature that would allow a Pixel user to customize the intensity of the flash. The code discovered is relatively straightforward and says, “flash_intensity_for_photo_modes,” and “flash_intensity_for_photo_modes_enabled.” However, with the Pixel’s celebrated Night Sight, which allows users to snap viewable photos under dark conditions without flash, Google might not have been in a hurry to offer this feature which can already be found on certain Android handsets.

Lastly, while sharing a photo using the Camera app is (excuse us) a snap, a new feature will bring that same ease to sharing videos to the following social media and messaging apps:

  • Discord
  • Facebook
  • Facebook Messenger
  • Google Hangouts
  • Google Messages
  • GroupMe
  • Helo
  • imo
  • Instagram
  • KakaoTalk
  • Kik
  • LINE
  • ShareChat
  • Signal
  • Skype
  • Slack
  • Snapchat
  • Telegram
  • Textra
  • Twitter
  • VSCO
  • Verizon Messages
  • Viber
  • WeChat
  • WhatsApp

Keep in mind that some or all of these features might never be added to the Google Camera app. And we don’t have a timeline on when to expect those that do get greenlit.

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UPDATE 2: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday that Trump “will take action in the coming days” on TikTok and other Chinese based apps. On Friday afternoon, the president said that he would ban the short-form video app on Saturday. As of Sunday, no action has officially been taken.

UPDATE: The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Microsoft and ByteDance have put talks on hold as the companies seek to get clarity from the White House. The two firms had been in talks, a source familiar with the negotiations said, and Trump’s comments last night caught them by surprise. Another source said that the White House was involved in the talks for weeks and that the goal is for TikTok to be owned by an American company. In a statement today, a White House spokesman said, “The administration has very serious national security concerns over TikTok. We continue to evaluate future policy.

If you woke up this morning expecting to hear that popular short-form video app TikTok had been banned in the U.S. as President Donald Trump said that he would do last night, the entire drama has taken another turn. Reuters is reporting that the owner of the app, China’s ByteDance, has allegedly offered to divest the entire U.S. operations of TikTok. With over 2 billion installs from Apple’s App Store and the Google Play Store worldwide, the app allows creators to produce videos of 15 or 30 seconds in length. Typical content includes dancing, comedic pranks, and protests. The app has been helping pre-teens, teens, and even adults pass the time while being forced inside because of the pandemic. TikTok has approximately 80 million active daily users in the states and has a valuation estimated to be somewhere between $50 billion-$100 billion.

ByteDance will divest TikTok and the unit will be run by Microsoft in the states

ByteDance originally hoped to keep a portion of TikTok in any spinoff of the unit. However, the U.S. considers many Chinese companies like Huawei and ZTE to be national security threats because of their ties to the communist Chinese government. As a result, the latest rumor calls for ByteDance to have nothing to do with the U.S. operations of TikTok after the divestiture; Microsoft would end up running the app in the U.S. and be in charge of protecting all U.S. user data.  On Friday, there was speculation that the U.S. based software giant was going to purchase TikTok. President Trump threw cold water on the idea and said, “We are not an M&A (mergers and acquisitions) country.” The deal with Microsoft still allows another company to buy the U.S. operations of the app according to Reuters. The White House has yet to comment on whether it would allow the divestiture to take place.

Other Chinese companies have been forced to divest apps by the U.S. government. For example, earlier this year the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) forced Chinese gaming company Beijing Kunlun Tech Co Ltd to sell the Grindr dating app for $620 million. CFIUS is the U.S. agency that reviews foreign purchases of U.S. companies looking for potential national security risks. When ByteDance purchased Shanghai’s Musical.ly video app in 2017 for $1 billion, it relaunched it as TikTok but did not seek CFIUS review. As a result, TikTok reportedly been under investigation. At the same time, the Peterson Institute for International Economics called the app a “Huawei-sized problem” for the U.S.
Last month, it was discovered that a new feature in iOS 14 warns users when an app is checking out your iPhone’s clipboard. The latter copies data from one app and pastes it on another app; it often holds personal information like PIN numbers and passwords. Several apps, including TikTok, were found to be copying iOS users’ clipboards. The list of other apps spying on users’ clipboards includes some owned and by American companies including AccuWeather, Google News, and Overstock.

TikTok’s U.S. General Manager Vanessa Pappas posted a message to the TikTok community on the app this morning that did not mention any hint of a U.S. ban. She said, “I want to say thank you to the millions of Americans who use TikTok every day bringing their creativity and joy into our daily lives. We’ve heard your outpouring of support and we want to say thank you. We’re not planning on going anywhere. TikTok is a home for creators and artists to express themselves, their ideas, and connect with people across different backgrounds. And we are so proud of all the various communities that call TikTok their home.

I’m also proud of our 1,500 U.S. employees who work on this app every day and the additional 10,000 jobs that we are bringing into this country over the next three years. I’m thrilled about our U.S. Creator Fund where we just announced our $1 billion fund to support our creators and when it comes to safety and security, we’re building the safest app because we know it’s the right thing to do. So we appreciate the support. We’re here for the long run and continue to share your voice here and let’s stand for TikTok.”

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  • Netflix is adding 24 new shows, movies, and specials in the first full week of August.
  • Two original documentaries — Connected and Immigration Nation — look to be fascinating explorations of topics that are especially relevant in 2020.
  • You’re on your own for the rest of the list this week.

Fair warning: August is going to be one of the stranger months Netflix has seen in recent years. Although Netflix made it clear that it banked tons of content for 2020, regardless of how the pandemic affected filming and post-production, the name brand shows and the movies with A-list talent appear to have dried up this month. That’s not to say that there aren’t some potential gems on the list below, I just don’t know what they are.

Here is the complete list of the Netflix streaming arrivals and departures for the week of August 2nd, 2020:

Arrivals

Sunday, August 2nd

  • Almost Love
  • Connected — NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
    • In Netflix’s new documentary series Connected, science reporter and host Latif Nasser hopscotches around the planet to tease out the subtle and surprising ways that we are all inextricably linked to one another and our world. He discovers how everything from the air we breathe, the selfies we post, and even the poop we poop can be traced back to catastrophic shipwrecks, fraudulent elections, and even distant galaxies. From the microscopic to the telescopic to the kaleidoscopic, this show will make you see the world around you in a whole new way.

Monday, August 3rd

  • Immigration Nation — NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
    • This documentary series offers a unique and nuanced view of the ongoing struggles in America’s broken immigration system.

Tuesday, August 4th

  • A Go! Go! Cory Carson Summer Camp — NETFLIX FAMILY
    • Cory’s spending the summer at Camp Friendship with his best friend, Freddie. But jealousy flares when Freddie brings his cousin Rosie along for the ride.
  • Malibu Rescue: The Next Wave — NETFLIX FAMILY
    • As summer returns to Malibu, Team Flounder takes to the beach to host — and unexpectedly compete in — the International Beachmaster Competition.
  • Mundo Mistério / Mystery Lab — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
    • Factual television series which explores topics related to science and history, hosted by Felipe Castanhari.
  • Sam Jay: 3 In The Morning — NETFLIX COMEDY SPECIAL
    • Following her Netflix debut on The Comedy Lineup Part 1, Emmy Award-nominated Saturday Night Live writer Sam Jay is back with her first hour-long Netflix original comedy special, 3 In The Morning. Filmed at The Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia, Sam Jay delivers the witty, candid and raw brand of comedy that earned her recognition as a standout comic.

Wednesday, August 5th

  • Anelka : L’Incompris / Anelka: Misunderstood — NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
    • Intolerable, incomparable or both? Famed French footballer Nicolas Anelka’s controversial legacy is examined in this in-depth documentary.
  • World’s Most Wanted — NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY
    • Heinous criminals have avoided capture despite massive rewards and global investigations. This docuseries profiles five of the world’s most wanted.

Thursday, August 6th

  • The Rain: Season 3 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
    • Years after the rain decimated the population of Scandinavia, Simone and Rasmus find themselves at odds about how to save humanity.
  • The Seven Deadly Sins: Imperial Wrath of The Gods — NETFLIX ANIME
    • With Camelot now the stronghold of the Ten Commandments, the Seven Deadly Sins assemble once more to liberate all of Britannia from the Demon Clan.

Friday, August 7th

  • Alta Mar / High Seas: Season 3 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
    • When the Bárbara de Braganza sets sail from Argentina to Mexico, Eva joins a mission to root out a scientist harboring a fatal virus on board.
  • Berlin, Berlin — NETFLIX FILM
    • In this cinematic sequel to the hit TV series, Lolle has moved on from Sven and is about to marry her friend Hart – until Sven disrupts her plans.
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again Kids In Space — NETFLIX FAMILY
    • The Magic School Bus kids blast into space and onto the International Space Station, only to find themselves on the run from a giant tardigrade!
  • ¡Nailed It! México: Season 2 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
    • The fondant flows and frosting fiascos abound as home bakers try to recreate cakes shaped like armadillos, aliens and Elvis for a tasty cash prize.
  • The New Legends of Monkey: Season 2 — NETFLIX FAMILY
    • The quest for sacred scrolls continues for the Monkey King and friends. But in a world of demons, gods and magic, everything comes at a cost.
  • Selling Sunset: Season 3 — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
    • Big changes come to The Oppenheim Group as a major sale closes, the agents consider career moves, and one broker faces a very public breakup.
  • Sing On! Germany — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
    • In this karaoke competition hosted by Palina Rojinski, contestants must hit the right note for a chance to win up to 30,000 euros.
  • Tiny Creatures — NETFLIX ORIGINAL
    • Little animals embark on big adventures across the U.S. in a dramatic nature series that explores their hidden worlds and epic survival stories. Narrated by Mike Colter.
  • Wizards: Tales of Arcadia — NETFLIX FAMILY
    • Merlin’s young apprentice mixes with characters from Trollhunters and 3Below in the final chapter of Guillermo del Toro’s Tales of Arcadia trilogy.
  • Word Party Songs — NETFLIX FAMILY
    • Turn up the music, put on your dancing shoes! Bailey, Franny, Kip, Lulu and Tilly want you to sing along to this colorful collection of music videos.
  • Work It — NETFLIX FILM
    • When Quinn Ackermann’s admission to the college of her dreams depends on her performance at a dance competition, she forms a ragtag group of dancers to take on the best squad in school…now she just needs to learn how to dance.

Saturday, August 8th

  • The Promise
  • We Summon the Darkness

Departures

Monday, August 3rd

  • Love
  • Paranormal Survivor: Season 1-2

Friday, August 7th

  • 6 Days
  • Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer
  • St. Agatha

We’ll be back next week with another roundup of all the new shows, movies, and specials arriving and departing from Netflix. In the meantime, check out everything coming and going from Netflix in August, as well as the calendar of release dates for all of Netflix’s original movies and shows.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.

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The premium category, which consists of phones that cost more than $400, shrank 32 percent when compared to the year-ago quarter because of the pandemic. Still, the segment accounted for 4 percent of total shipments in India.

With a market share of 29 percent, OnePlus dethroned Samsung to become the brand of choice for consumers looking for premium handsets. The OnePlus 8 made up 19 percent of the shipments and the reduced price of the OnePlus 7T also helped the company boost sales.

The Vivo V19 emerged as the second best selling premium phone, with a share of 15 percent.

Samsung closely trailed behind with a share of just under 29 percent. The Galaxy A71 emerged as the third most popular phone in the category, driving 12 percent of the sales. 
Apple slipped to the third position because of increasing competition from Xiaomi, OPPO and Vivo. The iPhone SE 2020 and the iPhone 11 were the fourth and fifth most sought after devices, with a share of 10 percent and 7 percent, respectively. Now that the iPhone 11 is being manufactured locally, it could lead to a domestic price cut and this would stimulate demand further. 

Apple still leads the ultra-premium market

Apple sold the most phones in the ultra-premium segment, which consists of devices that have a retail price of more than $600. The iPhone 11 was the most favored phone in the category during the quarter. Overall, the Cupertino based company contributed to 42 percent of the sales in the segment. 
Samsung had the second spot, thanks to the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The company was able to drive up demand by discounting its flagship phones and launching initiatives such as Samsung Care Plus.
OnePlus grabbed the third position, and this could be largely credited to the OnePlus 8 Pro.
5G has become a key selling point in India when it comes to flagships, which is kind of interesting as 5G networks have not been deployed in the country yet. According to an optimistic estimate, carriers will start rolling out 5G networks by the end of the year. So, people might be future proofing their purchases by buying 5G-ready devices. 

On the other hand, 5G is now a default option on many premium phones and thus, popularity of handsets offering the next generation of cellular connectivity might in fact have nothing to do with the wireless standard. 

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  • A new study looking at potential coronavirus transmission risks in children found that kindergartners younger than 5 had 100 times more viral load in their upper respiratory tract than adults.
  • The study did not prove that the children were contagious, but the scientists suspect that young children can be a driver of COVID-19 infection.
  • The study also showed that older children had viral loads similar to adults, with the same caveat. It’s unclear how contagious the children are.
  • More research on the matter could help authorities make a more informed decision about opening schools in the fall.

The novel coronavirus pandemic ruined the school experience for both children and their parents. All age groups of students have had to study remotely via video conferencing apps in the past few months, as authorities grappled with the health crisis. The closing of schools may have prevented additional cases of COVID-19, as families and teachers isolated themselves during mandatory or voluntary lockdowns. The upcoming school year might be similarly compromised, at least part of it, and at least in certain regions, given the massive surge in cases in the US. There’s an ongoing debate about opening school safely, considering the risk of infection.

Children can be infected with the novel coronavirus. While it’s unclear how contagious they might be, there’s still a risk of them passing the disease to their educators and family members. A new study indicates that infected children can carry as much coronavirus load in their noses and throats as adults. The same research also delivers a more worrying conclusion about kindergarteners, as the scientists found that children younger than five may host up to 100 times as much virus in the upper respiratory tract as adults. The research doesn’t prove that the children are infectious, despite the virus replicating with such ease in their noses and throats.

“The school situation is so complicated — there are many nuances beyond just the scientific one,” Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago’ Dr. Taylor Heald-Sargent told The New York Times. The pediatric infectious disease expert led the study that was published in JAMA Pediatrics earlier this week. “But one takeaway from this is that we can’t assume that just because kids aren’t getting sick, or very sick, that they don’t have the virus.”

The study only looked for viral RNA from samples collected from children, not the live virus, and did not measure whether the virus could replicate. That should be the next step in similar research that could prove whether children can be infectious.

Coronavirus PCR testing amplifies the genetic material in cycles to perform a reading. The more virus is present on the swab that collected the swab, the fewer cycles are needed for a positive diagnosis. Heald-Sargent discovered that children’s tests were coming back with low “cycle thresholds” (CT), which means the samples had plenty of viral RNA. The researchers then analyzed previous test results.

The researchers looked at samples collected between March 23rd and April 28th at drive-through sites in Chicago. In total, they analyzed swabs from 145 people, including 46 children younger than 5, 51 children aged 5 to 17, and 48 adults aged 18 to 65. The research excluded children who needed oxygen support from the results, and most of the kids only reported fever or a cough.

The researchers only wanted patients who experienced mild to moderate symptoms, and who knew exactly when the first symptoms occurred.

They discovered that older children and adults had similar CT values, while children under the age of 5 had lower CT. “It definitely shows that kids do have levels of virus similar to and maybe even higher than adults,” Dr. Heald-Sargent said. “It wouldn’t be surprising if they were able to shed” or spread the virus to others. The assumption seems logical, but the study doesn’t prove that children are infectious.

While the study may lack the data necessary to prove that kindergartners are contagious, it did reveal similar results to research from Germany and France, per The Times. A study from Germany showed that children aged 1 to 11 had viral loads as high as adults without showing symptoms. The France research indicated that asymptomatic children had CT values similar to those of children, which indicates a similar viral load in their noses and throats.

All this research proves that children of all ages can be infected with the virus. That’s a concern even if they wouldn’t be contagious. It’s unlikely for all the children who get COVID-19 not to be contagious. And some of the younger patients did die of COVID-19 complications, even though children aren’t likely to experience a bad case of COVID-19. On top of that, there’s also the MIS-C syndrome in children, COVID-19 complications observed by pediatricians in several countries in patients who were previously infected with the novel coronavirus.

With all that in mind, the science should absolutely stand in the way of opening schools this fall, if it turns out that the risk outweighs the benefits.

“Young children can potentially be important drivers of SARS-CoV-2 spread in the general population, as has been demonstrated with the respiratory syncytial virus, where children with high viral loads are more likely to transmit,” the scientists wrote. “Behavioral habits of young children and close quarters in school and daycare settings raise concern for SARS-CoV-2 amplification in this population as public health restrictions are eased.” “In addition to public health implications, this population will be important for targeting immunization efforts as SARS-CoV-2 vaccines become available.”

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he’s not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

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