first_img Continue Reading Previous RIGOL: new vector signal analysis option for RSA5000 series real-time spectrum analyzersNext IoT traffic rises but security remains weak Vecow has released the SPC-5600 Series, a new high-performance fanless embedded system supporting the 8th Gen Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processors, improved performance, power efficiency and cutting edge features yet industrial-grade reliability, bringing ultimate capability for Machine Vision,Vehicle Computing, Smart Manufacturing, In-Vehicle Infotainment, Intelligent Control and any AIoT/Industry 4.0 applications.With the increasing adoption of the Automatic Guided Vehicle (AGV), Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) in many sectors, a smaller, better performance and rugged embedded computing system is quickly becoming the ideal solution. Vecow SPC-5600 Series is powered by 6-core Intel Core i7/i5/i3 processor running with Intel H310 chipset, which delivers 10% improvement in performance compare to Intel Kaby Lake platform. Furthermore, Vecow SPC-5600 series is designed in a compact size and features 2 SO-DIMM sockets, up to 64GB DDR4 memory, USB 3.1 (5Gbps), PCIe 3.0 (8GT/s), SATA III (6G), GigE LAN (1G), SIM socket for WiFi/4G/3G/LTE/GPRS/UMTS, delivering excellent performance in computing and communications.Featuring DVI and DisplayPort with up to dual independent displays and 4K resolution, Vecow SPC-5600 Series delivers incomparable image recognition and visual computing capability for in-vehicle infotainment and intelligent control. It also provides compact integration with 4 Intel GigE LAN, 4 USB, 4 COM, 2 Mini PCIe and 1 SIM socket.With fanless Aluminum heat-sink design, wide-range operating temperature, EN50155 certified, the SPC-5600 Series not only fulfils the needs for industrial-grade requirements but delivers user friendly manageability like Intel iAMT12.0, TPM2.0, wake on LAN, remote power switch for smart and secure your IoT solutions.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules last_img read more

first_imgGreek teenager Stefanos Tsitsipas has continued to enjoy his dream run as he stunned another top-10 player to reach the final of the Rogers Cup in Toronto.Tsitsipas saved a match point to defeat big-serving South African Kevin Anderson 6-7(4) 6-4 7-6(7) in a thrilling semi-final on Saturday.It was the world number 27’s fourth consecutive win over a top-10 opponent at the tournament. Tsitsipas dispatched Dominic Thiem, Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev in the previous three rounds before battling back to send the Wimbledon runner-up packing on a sun-soaked day in Toronto.Tsitsipas dropped his racket and screamed in front of a frenzied crowd after world number six Anderson sent a backhand long on match point.That feeling you get when you reach the biggest final of your young career. @StefTsitsipas #RogersCup pic.twitter.com/mHKFzQrbXjRogers Cup (@rogerscup) August 11, 2018Tsitsipas will play his first ATP Masters 1000 final on his 20th birthday on Sunday against either Rafael Nadal or Karen Khachanov, who will play their semi-final match later on Saturday.”It never gets easier. You just get better,” Tsitsipas wrote on a camera after the match.Fourth seed Anderson was unable to break Tsitsipas’ serve on any of his four opportunities and saw his lone match point opportunity vanish when Tsitsipas smoked a backhand crosscourt winner in the third set tiebreak.Tsitsipas, who stood well back of the baseline when receiving Anderson’s blistering serves, managed the only service break of the game in the third game of the second set with an overhead smash.advertisementTsitsipas in press: Four wins against Top 10 players. I would never imagine I would pull this out in a single tournament.Says the crowd pulled him through the tough moments, felt like a Davis Cup atmosphere. #RogersCup pic.twitter.com/3zyFccMujkRogers Cup (@rogerscup) August 11, 2018With the win, Tsitsipas is projected to climb to at least number 15 when the new rankings are released on Monday.(With inputs from Reuters)last_img read more

first_imgNew Delhi, Aug 20 (PTI) The Supreme Court today sought responses from the Centre and all states and union territories on a plea seeking to include sports as a part of the educational curriculum from elementary to higher education.The direction came on a plea filed by Kanishka Pandey, a final year law student, saying “children’s talent and sports aptitude should be tested from the elementary school days itself so that the talent can be improved and developed through training and education”.A bench of Justices S A Bobde and L Nageswara Rao issued notices to the Centre, the states and the UTs and sought their responses in four weeks.The plea, filed through advocates Anjani Kumar Mishra and Rajeev Kumar Dubey,said education and sports were inseparable and if academic education coupled with sports and its values was imparted, it will surely develop better human tenets among children.”Children will be able to cope with prevailing challenges and life pressures in modern world and their confidence and patience level will also be strong through sports activities and competition involved in sports,” it said.The petitioner sought directions to the Centre to take steps to include sports among the fundamental rights and form an independent ‘Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth Empowerment’ at both Union and State levels.It said that directions should be issued to the Union and State governments to make suitable amendments in their academic and sports education policies to promote sports at all levels of education.”Most of the foreign countries winning gold medals in Olympics and World championships are from Universities and Colleges of those countries, but in India this average is almost nil because of least efforts made by the educational Institutions of the Country,” the petition said.advertisementThe plea also pointed to the lack of proper sports facilities and play grounds at village and school levels which is one of the principal reasons for the failure to develop good players. It also sought grant of sufficient funding at the Union as well as State level budgets for the sports. PTI MNL URD ARC ARClast_img read more

first_img How to watch every Marvel Cinematic Universe film in the right order Tags 21 TV and Movies What it meansIt would seem Captain Marvel was indeed at the other end of that pager, as everyone had assumed at the end of Infinity War. It also appears Carol survived the snap. In one of the last Captain Marvel scenes, Carol gives Fury an upgraded version of his pager, telling him to use it if he ever needs her to come back.So, is this an actual scene from Avengers: Endgame, a heavily edited version of a scene, or something filmed exclusively for the Captain Marvel postcredits scene? It’s difficult to say, but I wouldn’t be surprised if this isn’t exactly how Carol’s arrival on Earth plays out in Avengers: Endgame. Nevertheless, it was awesome. captain-marvel-tv-spot-thumbCarol takes her hero shot.  Marvel Scene 2: Cute and slightly disgustingWe start the scene with a tight front shot of Nick Fury’s desk from 1995. The nameplate simply says “N. Fury” on the front. His office appears to be completely vacated. The camera slowly zooms in, and Goose the cat enters the frame. Like all cats do, especially mine — a lot lately, annoyingly — he begins to cough up a hairball. After few seconds of heaving, he coughs up the Tesseract onto Fury’s desk. After a beat, the film ends.What it meansIn the movie, Goose the cat is revealed to be a Flerken. That’s an alien species that looks like a cat but can devour things with huge tentacles that come out of its mouth. During the movie, Goose swallows the Tesseract to keep it away from Star Force — the Kree’s Seal Team 6, led by Jude Law’s Yon-Rogg, which Carol is a member of at the beginning of the movie. If only they all knew what this actually was… 26 Photoscenter_img Comments Captain Marvel is a fantastic addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe of movies, with great performances, fantastic action, one of the best stories of any MCU movie so far and the real 90s independent movie feel. As expected, it also had two postcredits scenes. The first will probably get you even more excited about Avengers: Endgame than you already are, and the second is more of a humorous bookend to the film. Definitely stay for the first one. The second one is up to you. I will say this, though: the second one is a lot better than the second postcredits scene in Ant-man and the Wasp. And now, a huge, Quadjet-size spoiler warning if you’d rather go into the movie (and maybe Avengers: Endgame?) cold. Composite by Aaron Robinson  Scene 1: Carol Danvers, allow me to introduce you to…The scene starts with a closeup of Fury’s pager from the end of Avengers: Infinity War. It’s still beeping and Captain Marvel’s symbol is still on the screen. Suddenly the pager screen goes black. We then cut to Steve Rogers and Black Widow looking over some holographic images, still getting data on how many people are dead after Thanos’ snap. Marvel Cinematic Universe postcredits scenes, rankedRhodey then enters the room and tells them the pager is no longer sending a signal. We see Bruce Banner, who says whatever signal it was sending finally crapped out. nullCaptain Marvel just caught the train to the billion dollar club. Chuck Zlotnick/Marvel Studios “I thought we bypassed the battery,” Cap says. Replies Rhodey, “Well, we did. It’s still plugged in, just stopped.” Cap tells them to reboot it and send the signal again. Black Widow says the message was obviously important to Fury and to tell her the second they get the pager working again. “I want to know who’s on the end of that thing,” she says. Black Widow then turns to leave, and standing right in front of her is Captain Marvel looking pissed off. After a beat she asks, “Where’s Fury?” The scene ends. Share your voice Captain Marvel Marvellast_img read more