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25May/170

Migliori offerte Amazon del 25 maggio

Come ogni giorno Amazon propone una serie di interessanti offerte su tantissimi prodotti presenti all’interno del suo catalogo online. Grazie alle migliori offerte Amazon del giorno possiamo acquistare tali prodotti con sconti che spesso superano anche il 50 per cento e che consentono di risparmiare un bel po’ rispetto al prezzo base. Andiamo dunque a scoprire quali sono le migliori offerte su Amazon per i prodotti di elettronica da consumo e gadget di oggi, 25 maggio.

La prima offerta Amazon del 25 maggio è quella che riguarda le cuffie wireless Sony MDR-HW700DS, acquistabili con il 32 per cento di sconto. Queste le loro caratteristiche principali: disegno auricolare circumaurale; frequenza cuffia 5 – 25000 Hz; tecnologia di connessione senza fili; tempo di carica 3 ore; peso 320 grammi.

Sony MDR-HW700DS Cuffie Wireless, Audio Surround Digitale 9.1, 24 Ω, RF, Nero

In offerta su Amazon, il 24 maggio, anche lo smartphone Samsung Galaxy S6 Nero 32GB (Ricondizionato Certificato), acquistabile con lo sconto del 17 per cento sul prezzo base.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Nero 32GB (Ricondizionato Certificato)

Lo stabilizzatore per action camera Feiyu G5 è acquistabile su Amazon con uno sconto del 23 per cento. Ottimo per essere utilizzato con GoPro hero5 Hero4 Hero3, Yi Cam 4 K.

Feiyu G5 (con batteria) 2 3 assi palmare Gimbal Action Camera stabilizzatore spritzwassergeschuetzt per GoPro hero5 Hero4 Hero3 per Yi Cam 4 K Fotocamera Sportiva

Fra le altre offerte Amazon che segnaliamo per il 25 maggio è quella relativa allo smartphone Lenovo K6 Note , in vendita con il 28 per cento di sconto sul prezzo base. Fra le sue principali caratteristiche tecniche: Dual SIM, display 5.5 pollici, LTE, fotocamera posteriore 16 MP, memoria 3interna 2 GB, 3 GB RAM, colore oro.

Lenovo K6 Note Smartphone Dual SIM, Display 5.5 Pollici, LTE, Fotocamera 16 MP, Memoria 32 GB, 3 GB RAM, Oro [Italia]

Fra le altre offerte Amazon che segnaliamo per il 25 maggio è quella relativa allo sportwatch Garmin Forerunner 230, in vendita con il 24 per cento di sconto sul prezzo base. Funzioni di connettività: caricamenti automatici su Garmin Connect/Mobile, rilevamento in tempo reale LiveTrack, avvisi audio, Smart Notification e condivisione sui social media
Le funzioni fitness band contano il numero di passi giornalieri, la distanza, le calorie e monitora il sonno durante la notte
Scarica campi dati, quadranti dell’orologio, widget e applicazioni da Connect IQ per personalizzare il dispositivo.

Garmin Forerunner 230 Sportwatch GPS da Corsa, Giallo/Nero

Fra le altre offerte Amazon che segnaliamo per il 25 maggio è quella relativa allo smartphone Lenovo Moto G4 Plus, in vendita con il 23 per cento di sconto. Si tratta di un telefono cellulare con fotocamera 16 MP, schermo 5.5 pollici Full HD 16M colori, rocessore Octacore 1.5 GHz, 2 GB di RAM, 16 GB di memoria interna espandibile fino a 128 GB, colore bianco.

Lenovo Moto G4 Plus Smartphone LTE, Fotocamera 16 MP, Schemo 5.5 pollici Full HD 16M colori, Processore Octacore 1.5 GHz, 2 GB di RAM, 16 GB di Memoria Interna espandibile fino a 128 GB, Bianco [Italia]

Article source: http://www.tecnocino.it/2017/05/articolo/migliori-offerte-amazon-25-maggio/82051/

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25May/170

Samsung Galaxy S9 in uscita nel 2018: i rumors su scheda tecnica e uscita

Si parla già di Samsung Galaxy S9. Ma come, nemmeno il tempo di accogliere adeguatamente Samsung Galaxy S8 che già si freme per il suo successore? Ebbene sì e il rumors ha anche una solida motivazione di fondo perché tratta di processore. La lotta è aperta con TSMC per la produzione del primo chip a 7nm che raggiungerà livelli davvero ancora inesplorati, ma che potrebbe anche nascondere insidie. La società taiwanese strettamente legata ai rivalissimi di Apple arrischierà l’azzardo già quest’anno per poi passare mass production l’anno prossimo, mentre Samsung vuole puntare direttamente al 2018 dunque aspettiamoci questo componente come primo caposaldo del futuro top di gamma. Le ultime voci vertono invece sul compartimento estetico con il possibile design del nuovo flagship della società californiana, che dovrebbe andare a considerare senza dubbio l’eccellente punto di partenza fornito dall’attuale primo della classe. Ci sono anche i nomi in codice, che saranno Star per Galaxy S9 e Star 2 per Galaxy S9 Plus. Scopriamone di più.

Il design di Samsung Galaxy S9 e S9 Plus andrà a ricalcare da vicino quello offerto da Samsung Galaxy S8 (la nostra video-anteprima) e S8 Plus (qui, la nostra recensione completa dopo un mese d’uso). Dunque, design bezel-less con doppia curvatura da ambo i lati del display che andrà ad occupare quasi tutto lo spazio frontale con l’Infinity Display design che tanto ha lasciato a bocca aperta pubblico e critica al momento dell’ufficializzazione. La presentazione dovrebbe arrivare più o meno come quest’anno, dunque intorno alla primavera
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Il capo del settore semiconduttori di Samsung ha affermato che la tecnologia costruttiva dei processori con processo produttivo a 7nm è particolarmente delicata visto che si deve introdurre la nuova generazione di equipaggiamenti per la litografia a ultravioletti estremi (EUV) che aiuterà a livellare verso il basso i microscopici transistor uno vicino all’altro.

Qualcosa che a oggi è impensabile per una produzione di massa come il top di gamma dei coreani, ma che potrebbe diventare realtà con il futuro Galaxy S9. Naturalmente, è ancora troppo presto per azzardare qualsivoglia altra ipotesi sull’hardware, ma tornate su questo pezzo dato che lo aggiorneremo d’ora in poi con tutte le ultime indiscrezioni.

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Article source: http://www.tecnocino.it/2017/05/articolo/samsung-galaxy-s9/86119/

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25May/170

Huawei Y6 2017: prezzo e scheda tecnica ufficiali

Huawei Y6 2017 è ufficiale come piccola variante di Huawei Y5 2017, ossia uno smartphone Android di basso costo e dalla semplice lista hardware che era stato presentato breve tempo fa. Si posizionerà, naturalmente, su una fascia sensibilmente superiore rispetto a Huawei Y3 2017. La scheda tecnica sarà piuttosto basilare partendo da uno schermo con diagonale da 5 pollici in grado di raggiungere una risoluzione pari a 1280×720 pixel HD e con un SoC Mediatek MT6737T composto da un processore quad-core da 1.4GHz accompagnato da 2GB di Ram, 16GB di memoria interna espandibile via microSD e da una batteria da 3000mAh per un’autonomia che dovrebbe arrivare senza problemi a fine giornata. Il sistema operativo è un po’ datato, Android 6.0 Marshmallow con interfaccia proprietaria (anche lui datata) EMUI 4.1. Scendiamo nel dettaglio con tutte le informazioni ufficiali.

La scheda tecnica di Huawei Y6 2017 parte da un display con diagonale da 5 pollici a risoluzione di 720 x 1280 pixel e prosegue con un SoC MT6737T formato da processore quad core da 1,4 GHz insieme a 2 GB di RAM, una memoria interna da 16 GB espandibile via microSD, una batteria da 3000 mAh, una fotocamera posteriore principale da 13 megapixel e una anteriore da 5 megapixel. Si completa il quadro con la tecnologia dual-sim per la gestione di due numeri cellulari, la connessione veloce 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth.

  • Sistema operativo Android 6.0 Marshmallow con interfaccia EMUI 4.1
  • Display da 5 pollici a risoluzione 1280×720 pixel HD
  • SoC Mediatek MT6737T con processore Quad-Core a 1.4GHz (A53)
  • 2GB Ram, 16GB memoria interna espandibile via microSD
  • Connessione 4G LTE
  • Fotocamere da 13 megapixel con flash dual tone e 5 megapixel frontale
  • Dimensioni: 143.8 x 72 x 8.45 mm per un peso di 150 grammi
  • GPS, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, 2.4GHz, Bluetooth 4.0
  • Batteria da 3000mAh

Le colorazioni sono bianco, oro e grigio.

L’uscita di Huawei Y6 2017 debutterà dalla Francia per un prezzo di circa 199 euro, non ci sono ancora novità e informazioni finali sulla commercializzazione in Italia, ma dovrebbe avvenire nei prossimi mesi.

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Article source: http://www.tecnocino.it/2017/05/articolo/huawei-y6-2017-prezzo-e-scheda-tecnica-ufficiali/91697/

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25May/170

Congressional internet privacy bill would counter FCC rollbacks

Most notably, the bill would prevent both the FCC and states from pursuing similar online privacy regulations. Is a privacy issue better-suited to the FCC than Congress? Too bad. And civil liberties groups aren't entirely convinced that the Browser Act is as much of a boon to privacy as it could be. The ACLU's Neema Singh Guliani tells Recode that "gutting" the FCC regulation wasn't the answer to privacy issues -- there should have been a "replacement," she says.

Meanwhile, some companies see this as going too far. The Internet Association, which represents the likes of Amazon, Facebook, Google and Twitter, is concerned the bill would "upend the consumer experience online and stifle innovation." It's not clear that this is true, but advertisers would certainly be unhappy if they had to make do with only a fraction of the data they have now. Sites that thrive on selling data definitely wouldn't be pleased. Moreover, some telecoms may balk at any regulation restricting how they sell data, no matter how consistent or light it might be.

All of this assumes the bill goes anywhere. It's not certain that Blackburn's proposal will come up for a vote, let alone get the President's signature. The current anti-regulatory environment could make it difficult to pass any bill that proposes more limits, even if there are clauses that might please the anti-rule camp. If the Browser Act survives the gauntlet, however, it would at least partially fill the privacy vacuum that Congress just created.

Article source: https://www.engadget.com/2017/05/24/browser-act/

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25May/170

DJI’s palm-sized Spark drone delivers epic selfies

The smartphone application will make the overall experience better, as it increases the drone's maximum reach to about 300 feet when you're controlling it this way. Not only that, but the app will let you choose between a few different shooting modes: QuickShot, Dronie, Circle and Helix. QuickShot, for example, turns the Spark into a camera operator of sorts, as it's main goal is to take cinematic videos of you. The feature locks onto a subject, follows them for around a minute and then turns that footage into a 10-second clip that you can share with your friends.

Meanwhile, the analog remote lets you have control of the drone for roughly 1.3 miles, though it doesn't feature a built-in screen like the model included with its sibling the Mavic Pro. DJI says the idea with the Spark was to make a drone that was all about simplicity, which could help it in its quest to reach mainstream audiences. Up until today, the only drone really like the Spark has been Zerotech's Dobby, but that drone depends on a smartphone to control it.

As far as specs go, the Spark features a 12-megapixel sensor (1/2.3-inch), mechanical stabilization and a GPS GLONASS sensor, as well as a 3D depth-sensing and vision-position systems that can detect objects and environments for up to 16 and 96ft, respectively. All in all, the Spark has the potential to be a great little drone, but we'll have to put it through its paces before we can fully judge it. You can pre-order it today starting at $499 in a variety of different colors, such as sky blue, metal green, alpine white and lava red.

If you want to spend a little more than that, DJI also has a "Fly More" bundle, which includes the Spark itself, a set of propellers a charging box and the analog remote control.

Article source: https://www.engadget.com/2017/05/24/dji-spark-drone-hands-on/

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25May/170

Amazon’s iOS app inexplicably adds photo stickers

To find them, open the app, tap the camera icon to the right of the search bar and find the "Amazon Stickers" button on the left of the bottom bar. This opens up a menu of stickers organized by categories, and every one links to that product on Amazon. Simple. Once you place the sticker, click the "i" button to go its page. (The click-through feature is disabled when you save the image -- and then it's just a regular 'ol goofy image with a big white border.)

Seeing the internet titan try to integrate social media trinkets into its shopping app is as amusing as it is bizarre, especially since the rest of the app is dedicated to price-matching or adding items to a buy-later list. You could obviously aim the app at your empty living room and drop a product's sticker in to see how it would look, though the thick white border makes it awkward to get a real feel. It's not a terribly elegant mix of Amazon's product-hunting app and conversational gimmick, but if you have to look to fads for new functionality, perhaps that's better than not trying at all.

Article source: https://www.engadget.com/2017/05/24/amazons-ios-app-inexplicably-adds-photo-stickers/

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25May/170

Facebook will court ‘millennials’ with its original videos

Facebook's dreams of pushing original video shows may be delayed, but that's doing little to stop its ever-growing ambitions. Reuters sources claim that Facebook has landed deals with a slew of "millennial-focused" internet media companies, including BuzzFeed, Vox Media, ATTN and The Dodo operator Group Nine Media. The material would include both short clips under 10 minutes (owned by the individual providers) and longer videos over 20 minutes (owned by Facebook), and they'd naturally have ad breaks. You'd initially find the videos exclusively on Facebook's website and apps, but they'd eventually migrate to other sites.

Article source: https://www.engadget.com/2017/05/24/facebook-original-video-shows/

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25May/170

‘Castlevania’ series goes vampire hunting July 7th on Netflix

Curiously, the trailer is a longer version of the one tweeted out by Netflix's Latin American account earlier. US audiences got a nostalgia-inducing bumper ahead of the show trailer depicting someone blow on a Castlevania-emblazoned NES cartridge, blow on it, plug it in, and boot up the console. Like the video game commercials of yore that featured costume-and-prop dramatizations alongside chunky 8- and 16-bit graphics, this elongated trailer knows its audience.

When it was first announced back in February, we didn't know the show would be animated. Given how bloody and bleak the first footage is, this seems a shrewd move. Regardless, the series is backed by incredible talent, with famed comics writer Warren Ellis penning the show, Adventure Time's Kevin Kolde contributing and Adi Shankar (Dredd, The Grey) producing.

Article source: https://www.engadget.com/2017/05/24/castlevania-series-goes-vampire-hunting-july-7th-on-netflix/

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25May/170

TSA may ask you to unpack tablets and cluttered carry-on bags

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, the TSA's plans are still vague, but the agency has been testing a variety of security procedures at smaller airports before expanding them to major cities like Los Angeles, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Boston and others. In some cases, passengers were required to remove all food items or put any electronics larger than a cellphone -- meaning tablets and kindles too -- in separate bins. In one failed test, confused passengers were even asked to take out any paper items in their bags, including notepads. The TSA hasn't announced which rules it will implement yet and even when it does, enforcement will vary at each airport and security line. There's even the possibility that an agent could ask you to take something out and put it in a bin without warning. While compliance is optional, non-compliance means stepping out of line for a manual check.

However, as TSA administrator Darby LaJoye told the Journal, agents won't be looking for specific threats or dangerous devices. Instead, they'll be monitoring the X-ray line to make it easier to scan each bag's contents. "It is not any one particular item we're worried about," LaJoye said. "It's not about paper or food or anything. It's how best to divest those items."

Apparently we can blame increased baggage fees for any extra hassle -- as the Journal notes, fewer people are checking bags, which leads to overstuffed and cluttered carry-ons that cause a rash of slow-moving X-ray checkpoints. If you're the sort of person who flies with a rat's nest of cables, chargers and devices in your bag, then you might want to think about investing in a cable organizer or an extra sleeve for your gadgets. According to LaJoye, travelers who pay up for TSA PreCheck (an $85 five-year subscription) probably won't be subject to the extra screening.

In related TSA news, the agency will also be installing new ID scanners around the country. The machines will read IDs and passports then automatically verify the name with the airport's passenger lists, eliminating the need for agents to manually check boarding passes. The scanners will show up at Washington Dulles first and should be in every US airport sometime in the next two years.

Article source: https://www.engadget.com/2017/05/24/tsa-airport-security-tablets-and-cluttered-carry-on-bags/

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25May/170

Intel takes two big steps to push Thunderbolt 3 on PCs

Intel is quick to point to growing adoption of Thunderbolt 3 as it is today. There are over 120 PCs that include both Thunderbolt 3 and a 7th-generation Core processor (the first platform to make the port widely available), and there should be just short of 150 by the end of 2017. However, there's little doubt that the technology has been struggling. Outside of Apple, which helped create Thunderbolt, it tends to be limited to higher-end systems, and often with just one port. In a sense, this move was absolutely necessary -- while Thunderbolt 3 is much faster than USB-C and is designed to usher in a future where one cable can do everything, it risks becoming a niche format compared to its slower counterpart.

The question is whether or not other companies will take up Intel's offer. Just because they can easily use Thunderbolt 3 doesn't mean they will, and they may decide that there aren't enough peripherals to justify the technology. If AMD and others like the idea (we've asked AMD for its initial thoughts), the port could become relatively ubiquitous. If they're cautious or avoid it altogether, though, this may be more of a symbolic gesture than a practical one.

Article source: https://www.engadget.com/2017/05/24/intel-opens-thunderbolt-3/

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