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Dreambox DM525 HD DVB-S2 E2 Linux PVR HDTV H.265 USB LAN CI Sat Receiver

Dreambox DM525 HD DVB-S2 E2 Linux PVR HDTV H.265 USB LAN CI Sat Receiver

Dreambox DM525 HD E2 Linux PVR HDTV USB LAN CI Sat Receiver

Dreambox DM525 HD E2 Linux PVR HDTV USB LAN CI Sat Receiver
The compact Dreambox DM525 sets new standards with modern design and technical equipment at the highest level. The new Videostandard H.265, the u.a. which is required for DVB-T2 reception in Germany and many other countries, is supported by the HDTV Dreambox.

A next generation Broadcom chipset (BCM 73625) provides fast switching times and fluid navigation. The DM525 comes with the popular RCU10 multi-remote control for dreamboxes and playback devices such as TVs or Blu-ray players. The 256 MB typical flash memory in the flash memory surpasses the DM525 with 512 MB – enough memory for innovative IP services. Some apps are already planned. In addition, the DM525 also supports the Sat> IP standard. The Dreambox is connected to the Internet via the back-end Ethernet port or optionally via WLAN.

The futuristic design of the DM525 with its colored status LED display represents the innovative power for which Dreamboxes are known worldwide. The DM525 has an illuminated touch-on / off sensor at the front. On the back are two USB ports, which allow the user to restore the Dreambox in the event of flash crashes without having to send them.

The main feature is the new BCM 73625 2000 MIPS processor with H.265 HEVC support

Dreambox DM525 HD E2 Linux PVR HDTV USB LAN CI Sat Receiver
The compact Dreambox DM525 sets new standards with modern design and technical equipment at the highest level. The new Videostandard H.265, the u.a. which is required for DVB-T2 reception in Germany and many other countries, is supported by the HDTV Dreambox.

A next generation Broadcom chipset (BCM 73625) provides fast switching times and fluid navigation. The DM525 comes with the popular RCU10 multi-remote control for dreamboxes and playback devices such as TVs or Blu-ray players. The 256 MB typical flash memory in the flash memory surpasses the DM525 with 512 MB – enough memory for innovative IP services. Some apps are already planned. In addition, the DM525 also supports the Sat> IP standard. The Dreambox is connected to the Internet via the back-end Ethernet port or optionally via WLAN.

The futuristic design of the DM525 with its colored status LED display represents the innovative power for which Dreamboxes are known worldwide. The DM525 has an illuminated touch-on / off sensor at the front. On the back are two USB ports, which allow the user to restore the Dreambox in the event of flash crashes without having to send them.

The main feature is the new BCM 73625 2000 MIPS processor with H.265 HEVC support

Technical specifications:

Dreambox OS
Dreambox API
2000 DMIPS processor
HDMI 1.4a
MPEG-2 / H.264
H.265 Decoder (Full HD)
Smart Card Reader
1x Common Interface (CI)
512 MB Flash
512 MB of RAM
10/100 MBit / s Ethernet
2 x USB 2.0
S / PDIF optical digital output
USB service support
EPG (Electronic Program Guide)
Automatic transmitter search
WiFi support (optional)
Webinterface for PC and Smartphone
teletext
DiseqC 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, USALS
Dimensions: 260 x 150 x 45mm (W x D x H)

Delivery:
Dreambox DM525 HD DVB-S2 Sat CI Receiver
OCTAGON WL018 Wireless LAN USB 2.0 Adapter 300 Mbps
Remote control RC10
HDMI cable
power cable
Quick guide

DM525 HD 

Facebook security chief rants about misguided “algorithm” backlash

“I am seeing a ton of coverage of our recent issues driven by stereotypes of our employees and attacks against fantasy, strawman tech cos” wrote Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos on Saturday in a reeling tweetstorm. He claims journalists misunderstand the complexity of attacking fake news, deride Facebook for thinking algorithms are neutral when the company knows they aren’t, and encourages reporters to talk to engineers who actually deal with these problems and their consequences.

Nobody of substance at the big companies thinks of algorithms as neutral. Nobody is not aware of the risks.

— Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) October 7, 2017

Yet this argument minimizes many of Facebook’s troubles. The issue isn’t that Facebook doesn’t know algorithms can be biased or that people don’t know these are tough problems, but that the company didn’t anticipate abuses of the platform and work harder to build algorithms or human moderation processes that could block fake news and fraudulent ad buys before they impacted the 2016 U.S. presidential election, instead of now. And his tweetstorm completely glosses over the fact that Facebook will fire employees that talk to the press without authorization.

[Update: 3:30pm PT) I commend Stamos for speaking so candidly to the public about an issue where more transparency is appreciated. But simultaneously, Facebook holds the information and context he says journalists and by extension the public lack, and the company is free to bring in reporters for the necessary briefings. I’d certainly attend a “Whiteboard” session like Facebook has often held for reporters in the past on topics like News Feed sorting or privacy controls.]

Stamos’ comments hold weight because he’s leading Facebook’s investigation into Russian election tampering. He was the Chief Information Security Officer as Yahoo before taking the CSO role at Facebook in mid-2015.

The sprawling response to recent backlash comes right as Facebook starts making the changes it should have implemented before the election. Today, Axios reports that Facebook just emailed advertisers to inform them that ads targeted by “politics, religion, ethnicity or social issues” will have to be manually approved before they’re sold and distributed.

And yesterday, Facebook updated an October 2nd blog post about disclosing Russian-bought election interference ads to congress to note that “Of the more than 3,000 ads that we have shared with Congress, 5% appeared on Instagram. About $6,700 was spent on these ads”, implicating Facebook’s photo-sharing acquisition in the scandal for the first time.

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Stamos’ tweetstorm was set off by Lawfare associate editor and Washington Post contributor Quinta Jurecic, who commented that Facebook’s shift towards human editors implies that saying “the algorithm is bad now, we’re going to have people do this” actually “just entrenches The Algorithm as a mythic entity beyond understanding rather than something that was designed poorly and irresponsibly and which could have been designed better.”

Here’s my tweet-by-tweet interpretation of Stamos’ perspective:

I appreciate Quinta’s work (especially on Rational Security) but this thread demonstrates a real gap between academics/journalists and SV. t.co/CWulZrFaso

— Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) October 7, 2017

He starts by saying journalists and academics don’t get what it’s like to actually like to implement solutions to hard problems, yet clearly no one has the right answers yet.

I am seeing a ton of coverage of our recent issues driven by stereotypes of our employees and attacks against fantasy, strawman tech cos.

— Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) October 7, 2017

Facebook’s team has supposedly been pigeonholed as naive of real-life consequences or too technical to see the human impact of its platform, but the outcomes speak for themselves about the team’s inadequacy to proactively protect against election abuse.

Nobody of substance at the big companies thinks of algorithms as neutral. Nobody is not aware of the risks.

— Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) October 7, 2017

Facebook gets that people code their biases into algorithms, and works to stop that. But censorship that results from overzealous algorithms hasn’t been the real problem. Algorithmic negligence of worst-case scenarios for malicious usage of Facebook products is.

In fact, an understanding of the risks of machine learning (ML) drives small-c conservatism in solving some issues.

— Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) October 7, 2017

Understanding of the risks of algorithms is what’s kept Facebook from over-aggressively implementing them in ways that could have led to censorship, which is responsible but doesn’t solve the urgent problem of abuse at hand.

For example, lots of journalists have celebrated academics who have made wild claims of how easy it is to spot fake news and propaganda.

— Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) October 7, 2017

Now Facebook’s CSO is calling journalists’ demands for better algorithms fake news, because these algorithms are hard to build without becoming a dragnet that attacks innocent content too.

Without considering the downside of training ML systems to classify something as fake based upon ideologically biased training data.

— Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) October 7, 2017

What is totally false might be somewhat easy to spot, but the polarizing, exaggerated, opinionated content many see as “fake” is tough to train AI to spot because of the nuance with which it’s separated from legitimate news, which is a valid point.

A bunch of the public research really comes down to the feedback loop of “we believe this viewpoint is being pushed by bots” -> ML

— Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) October 7, 2017

Stamos says it’s not as simple as fighting bots with algorithms because…

So if you don’t worry about becoming the Ministry of Truth with ML systems trained on your personal biases, then it’s easy!

— Alex Stamos (@alexstamos) October 7, 2017

…Facebook would end up becoming the truth police. That might lead to criticism from conservatives if their content is targeted for removal, which is why Facebook outsourced fact-checking to third-party organizations and reportedly delayed News Feed changes to address clickbait before the election.

Dreambox DM900 Ultra HD 4K E2 Linux PVR IP Sat Receiver

Dreambox DM900 UHD 4K E2 Linux Receiver mit 1x DVB-S2 Dual Tuner

Die erste Ultra-HD-Dreambox vereint alle Qualit?tsmerkmale, f��r die die Marke Dreambox weltweit bekannt ist: Leistungsf?hige Hardware, enorme Rechen-Power und das weiterentwickelte Dreambox OS bilden die Grundlage eines Ultra-HD-Media-Systems, das f��r die Anforderungen der digitalen TV-Zukunft optimal vorbereitet ist.

Die schnelle CPU und die gro?e Speicherkapazit?t sorgen f��r eine fl��ssige Navigation. Live TV, Aufzeichnungen, Streaming und Plugins sind nicht mehr l?nger getrennte Welten, sondern vereinen sich in der DM900 ultraHD in einem einzigartigen Medienerlebnis. Das stetig weiterentwickelte Dreambox OS integriert jedes Plugin nahtlos ins System. Wo andere an ihre Grenzen des Machbaren sto?en, ?ffnet die DM900 ultraHD das Fenster zur digitalen Zukunft.

Der Anspruch der DM900 ultraHD an h?chste Qualit?t manifestiert sich im einzigartigen Design der Dreambox. Durch ihre futuristische und gleichzeitig gradlinige Form hebt sich die DM900 deutlich vom typischen Kastenformat anderer TV-Empf?nger ab.

Ihren exzellenten Ruf verdankt die Dreambox dem technologischen Know-how in der Entwicklung. Die DM900 ultraHD wurde, wie alle Dreamboxen zuvor auch, komplett in Deutschland entwickelt. Auch f��r den Service verl?sst die DM900 ultraHD nicht das Land. Wer also nach einem zukunftsf?higen TV/IP-Empfangssystem sucht, f��r den ist die DM900 ultraHD genau das richtige Ger?t.

Hauptmerkmale:

  • Dreambox OS
  • Dreambox API
  • Ultraschneller Dual-Core 12K DMIPS CPU
  • 2 x HDMI 2.0 (Ein- und Ausgang)
  • 3 Zoll Farb-LCD
  • Touch on/off
  • MPEG-2/H.264 Decoder (Full HD)
  • H.265 Decoder (Ultra HD)
  • 1 x Smartcard Reader
  • 1 x SD-Card Reader
  • 1 x Common Interface Slot
  • Tuner-Steckplatz f��r DVB-S2 oder DVB-C/T2
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 4 GB Flash
  • Gigabit-Ethernet
  • USB 3.0
  • Mini-USB-Service-Port (Flash Rescue)
  • S/PDIF-Ausgang
  • automatischer Scan
  • 2,5 Zoll HDD (optional)
  • WLAN (optional)
  • Web Interface f��r PC und Smartphone
  • DiSEqC 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, USALS, Unicable

Allgemeines:?Ma?e: 270 x 187 x 60 (B x T x H)

Lieferumfang:

  • Dreambox DM900 UHD mit 1x DUAL DVB-S/S2 Tuner
  • Fernbedienung RC10
  • HIGH SPEED HDMI Kabel
  • SAT Anschlusskabel 1,50m
  • Stromkabel
  • Schnellanleitung

Sunray sr4 A8P sim card triple tuner DVB-S2/T2/C + WiFi TV receiver

Sunray sr4 A8P sim card triple tuner DVB-S2/T2/C + WiFi Adapter Sunray 4 hd se satellite tv receiver Specifications:
Product Description:
400 MHz MIPS Processor
Enigma 2, Linux Operating System
colored OLED – Display
MPEG-2 / H.264 Hardware decoding
Tuner: DVB-S,DVB-C, DVB-T
Tuner Module, Plug&Play
2 x Smartcard-Reader (Dreamcrypt CA)
Mini USB for Service and software update
10/100Mbit Ethernet Interface
1 x Scart (RGB, FBAS or S-Video)
SUNRAY SR4
HDMI
3 x USB 2.0 (e.g keyboard)
analog modem
S/PDIF Interface for digital bit stream out (AC-3)
64 MByte Flash, 256 MByte RAM
SATA
– for internal HDD 2,5��
unlimited channel lists for TV/Radio
channel-change time < 1 second
automatic service scan
directly bouquet-lists
EPG (electronic program guide)
multiple LNB-Switching control (supports DiSEqC)
OSD in many languages and skin-support
Videotext Decoder
extern 12V power supply
Technical Data:
DBS-Tuner mit DVB-S2:
Frequency Range 950 …. 2150 MHz
Demodulation DVB-S (QPSK); DVB-S2 (8PSK,QPSK)
Symbol rate DVB-S: 2 … 45 Mbaud/s, SCPC/ MCPC
DVB-S2: 10 �C 31 Mbaud/s (8PSK) , 10 �C30 Mbaud/s (QPSK)Video decoder:Video Compression MPEG-2 and MPEG-1 compatible, H.264
Video Formats 4:3 / 16:9
Letterbox for 4:3 TV-Device
Audio decoder:
Audiokompression MPEG-1 & MPEG-2 Layer I and II, MP3
Audio Mode Dual (main/sub), Stereo
Frequency: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz

Output analog:

Output Level L/R 0,5 Vss on 600 Ohm
THD > 60 dB (1 kHz)
Crosstalk < -65 dB

Output digital:
Output Level 0,5 Vss on 75 Ohm
Sampled Data Filtering 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
S/PDIF-Output optical, Toslink

Ausgang Video:

Ausgangspegel FBAS 1 Vss +/- 0.3 dB an 75 Ohm

Video parameter:

Input Level FBAS 1 Vss +/- 0.3 dB on 75 Ohm
Teletext filter in conformity with ETS 300 472 Standard

TV-Scart:

Output: FBAS, RGB, S-Video
Mini USB service connector:
Function: Update of Firmware

Ethernet:

10/100 MBit compatible interface
Function: Update of Firmware
Analoge modem:
analoge modem for Internet connection
SATA Interface:
for internal 2,5″ HDD
USB:

3 x USB 2.0
LNB power and polarisation per tuner:
LNB Current 500mA max.; short-circuit-protected
LNB Voltage vertical < 14V no load, > 11,5V at 400mA
LNB Voltage horizontal < 20V no load, > 17,3V at 400mA
Count of active satellite position:

DiSEqC 1.0/1.1/1.2 and USALS (Rotor Control)

Power consumption:

< 15W at 12V
External PSU
Input:

110-240V AC / 50-60Hz / 0,6A

Source: Uber harassment findings result in 20+ fired after 215 claims investigated; a separate Eric Holder-led probe has sent recommendations to board

Uber has hired well-regarded management academic Frances Frei as its first SVP of leadership and strategy, in a high-profile bid to make a series of changes inside the troubled car-hailing company to turn around what many consider a broken organization.

Frei will commute to San Francisco from Cambridge, Mass. — where she has worked at Harvard Business School and lives with her wife and children. Her charge is broad, with everything from training managers and top executives, to helping human resources head Liane Hornsey with recruiting and creating a zero-tolerance policy on sexual harassment, to turning CEO Travis Kalanick into the kind of executive that befits a company that is worth close to $70 billion and on a path to IPO.

Frei, who is the author of “Uncommon Service: How to Win by Putting Customers at the Core of Your Business,” has been consulting with Uber for several months already, and said she was enticed to come on full-time because of the major challenges the company faces.

“[Uber] feels for me, given all the bad circumstances, as sanded, and that it is ready to have some education painted on it,” she said in an interview this morning, in what is an arguably unusual metaphor. “My goal is to make this a world-class company that can be proud of itself in the end, rather than embarrassed.”

That embarrassment, in fact, is to come this week, when parts of a report that was delivered last week to only the subcommittee of the board — Arianna Huffington, Bill Gurley and David Bonderman — is likely to become public, at least to employees.

The key figures here are former Attorney General Eric Holder and Tammy Albarran, partners at Uber’s law firm, Covington & Burling, who have been conducting a wide-ranging investigation into the company’s internal culture. According to many sources, Albarran has done much of the heavy lifting in the interviews that have taken place.

Sources also add that the Perkins Coie law firm has been helping with some parts of the investigation, including individual questionable incidents that have resulted in many firings already.

In any case, a redacted version of some sort — likely the recommendations and not the actual findings — is expected to be delivered to employees by Kalanick at some point. There is an all-hands scheduled for tomorrow, but sources said that since so many key figures still have not seen the report, full revelations could take longer to be unveiled.

This timing has also been subject to debate by board members, especially since Kalanick’s mother was killed recently in a boating accident and his father remains in critical condition at a Fresno hospital from the same incident.

Kalanick has been at his father’s bedside most of the time, which is why some thought that there should be a delay in airing the report out to allow him some time to cope with the tragedy. Others think the best action is to keep pressing on, so that the issues raised by the report could be dealt with as soon as possible.

Earlier, the company’s leaders had said that it will release part of the report publicly. Uber confirmed that it intends to make the recommendations public, but could not comment on whether any of the findings will be released.

That’s why there is also a definite external and public relations element to the Frei hiring. Her tenure at HBS has been marked by her role in the famous and somewhat controversial effort to turn around that organization and give it what the New York Times dubbed a “gender makeover, changing its curriculum, rules and social rituals to foster female success.”

Frei herself got some pushback there for her use of the word “unapologetic” about those changes. “The interventions had prompted some students to revolt, wearing ‘Unapologetic’ T-shirts to lacerate Ms. Frei for what they called intrusive social engineering,” wrote Times reporter Jodi Kantor.

Well, Frances, welcome to your biggest challenge ever. That would be Uber of San Francisco, which has been mired in a burgeoning set of controversies around a range of issues that erupted after allegations made in an explosive blog post by former engineer Susan Fowler about sexism and sexual harassment.

Which is to say that a deeply inexperienced, siloed and yes-men management and a culture crack-addicted to breaking the rules, even the good ones, has led to a variety of indiscretions and outright bad behavior that have gone unchecked for far too long. And it’s not just sexism and sexual harassment that rears its always ugly head, but also a sense that too many of those above are just as flawed as those below. Which leaves the feeling that there is no one in charge who can stop it.

If you read Fowler’s piece carefully, it was much more about core management fuck-up-ery at the company, which seems to have been run in a “Game of Thrones” style, than about anything else. While the charges of pervasive sexism and too much sexual harassment are certainly serious, what ails Uber is a corporate structure that needs drastic overhaul.

It’s fair to point out that lots of Silicon Valley companies have had and continue to have these very same issues — from Google to Facebook to Microsoft to Apple. But none has those faults in the kind of unctuous quintessence you find at Uber.

That’s what I discussed with Frei this morning in a long interview about what her role will be, including the optics of bringing in a woman to clean up the mess made largely by its men. I found Frei to be as earnest and indefatigable as her reputation, and quite willing to make trouble, wearing an Uber-branded shirt despite all the negative comments she now gets when people see it.

“I don’t want to be insulated,” she explained, adding that it gives her ample opportunity to hear what people think about Uber. “I can ask everyone for feedback and, especially from drivers, get novel ideas that I pass on to the right team.”

Frei started consulting at Uber from her perch as senior associate dean of executive eduction at HBS, where she worked on expanding the famous business school’s programs in Cambridge and internationally. There she also worked on the process of fixing HBS’s gender-equity problem, and also on things like putting practices in place to put more women on boards.

Her work at Uber increased as she spent more time with Kalanick, she said, especially since it gave her the chance to create a better leadership team.

Frei is not shy in noting that the current one has not been up to snuff. “What has been lacking for him is a team he can rely on,” she said, noting that was Kalanick’s fault, too. “I think that it never made it to the top of the priority list.”

Among things that more experienced execs put in place and Uber top management did not, Frei ticked off: No professional offsites (Note to Frances: Famously wild parties in Miami and Las Vegas do not count), no clear weekly agendas and no clear accountability to each other. Also an issue, a top leadership with far too many vacancies, including CFO, COO, CMO, general counsel and, oh yeah, head of engineering.

And even more issues: Inexperienced and untrained managers throughout the organization, with either too few employees or too many. Uber now has about 3,000 managers for its 14,000 employees, which is a lot, since the ratio is usually one to eight.

Frei said she would focus a lot on coaching and getting people trained. “I want to show people the pebbles in front of them that they might see as boulders and help sweep them away,” she said. “The people who have left have largely attributed it to bad interaction with managers, and that has been unfair to put those managers in place without any training or skills and no development.”

In her strategy job, one challenge is to get execs and employees to row in the same direction. “It should be a good direction, and we have to overcome the ethos of being seen as pioneering,” she said, noting that can degenerate into doing the same thing over and over. “At 14,000 people, there is a question of how much re-pioneering is needed over getting strong systems in place.”

She said that so far in her talks with employees, about “95 percent” of them welcome the fixes, even if a recalcitrant and powerful group of people like things the way they are.

Also on Frei’s plate is diversifying management, which Uber has come to later than other companies. “The path I always see is that companies start out homogeneous and then try to have a diverse group,” she said. “But then they don’t manage it, and it performs worse, unless you also teach the skills of inclusivity.”

The same is true, she said, of Uber’s board, and she is pushing to add more independent members that do not have an employment or financial conflict. “The accountability has to expand to the board,” said Frei.

While she demurs on whether she worried that coming to Uber might hurt her reputation, she insisted that “really awesome people want to come here.” Then she added her reason why: “Honestly, it could go either way … but you could be part of the inflection point of it going even higher.”

Her biggest job for sure is Kalanick, a CEO who has a pugnacious reputation and also an emotional quotient that clearly needs an upgrade. While his type is not uncommon for Silicon Valley, most leaders in his league have evolved — from Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg to Snap’s Evan Spiegel to Microsoft’s Bill Gates.

“I have spent a lot of time with him, and he has said he wants help and is willing to take it from a leadership team,” said Frei. “We will not win with a silo-maker CEO, and he very readily said, ‘I don’t have all the answers and I need help.’”

While Frei acknowledged that such talk is cheap, she noted that Kalanick has “enormous strengths, and where there are weaknesses, we have to make it up for him … because his problems and problems with the company are identical.”

She noted that getting the notoriously singular Kalanick to rely on others is a challenge (and to stop him, in my humble opinion, from relying on his bro-pals).

“I think the key is a really strong leadership team; that he uses them and then he can do what he chooses to do,” said Frei. “But I have yet to meet a person who wants to evolve at a faster rate.”

Frei said that the standing issues around sexism and sexual harassment are Uber’s most glaring problem, caused in part by an absence of constraints. “What I stand for is super clear,” she said. “On my watch, if there is something like that is going on, there will be swift and strong action.”

Step one, she said, was to “make it discussable and have processes,” which Uber had inexplicably not done. “Sexual harassment creeps in and it never creeps out,” she said. “It is an organizational manifestation we have, and we just can’t have, even if there is just one … the best organizations are ones built for women to thrive.”

So why should anyone believe her or anyone declaring change is afoot at Uber, when its history tells a different story?

“We need to take repeated action, and I don’t think words can fix that other than continued observation of good behavior,” said Frei. “It is going to take a while for everyone to believe — some believe on faith, some on evidence.”

Her goal for the company, Frei said, is the same as she has for Kalanick: “He and Uber can wobble, but not fall down.”

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Alphabet Taps Brakes on Drone Project, Nixing Starbucks Partnershi

The latest Google drones have just started taking flight in the real world. But the team behind the technology is slowing down, trimming headcount and shelving initiatives as the experimental unit becomes the latest target of tightening budgets across parent company Alphabet Inc.

Project Wing, a unit of Alphabet’s X research lab, nixed a partnership with coffee giant Starbucks Corp., according to people familiar with the decision. Following the departure of project leader Dave Vos in October, the unit also froze hiring and began asking some staff to seek jobs elsewhere in the company, according to some of those people. They asked not to be identified speaking about private company moves.  sunray 800 hd se

The decisions are part of a broader Alphabet effort to rein in spending and try to turn more experimental projects from loss-making risky bets into real businesses. Drones are in a particularly knotty place. U.S. federal regulation does not yet allow for delivery, except in select test zones. However, Alphabet’s deceleration comes as other technology companies, including Amazon.com Inc., plow money into drone delivery.

“Project Wing has the potential to remove a big chunk of the friction in how physical things are moved around in the world,” a spokeswoman for X wrote in an e-mail. “What we’re doing now is developing the next phase of our technology, and as always are thinking in a very broad way about all the potential use cases for delivery by unmanned aerial systems.”

In August, Project Wing won approval for test flights at a U.S. site, part of a White House effort to encourage unmanned vehicle delivery. Then in September, Alphabetannounced a new foray: a partnership with Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. to deliver food via drone at Virginia Tech.

Robotic burrito drop-offs are a far cry from Google’s initial aims. The unit first wanted to deploy drones to deliver health-care items, such as medicine and heart defibrillators. After those plans were scrapped, the unit moved to food and other perishables.

Alphabet was in advanced talks with Starbucks and had tested delivery with the coffee-chain operator, according to two people familiar with the plans. Those plans were nixed, largely over disagreements about the access to customer data that Alphabet wanted, according to a former X employee.

A Starbucks representative didn’t respond to a request for comment on Tuesday.

Similarly, the unit was in talks to provide suburban grocery delivery in Ireland, where drone rules are less stringent than in the U.S. Amazon’s Prime Air service, a competing effort to use unmanned vehicles, announced it was testing with the British governmentthis summer.

GoPro recalls all 2,500 Karma drones sold, offers full refund, says some units lose power during operation —

As most of the world focuses on the US presidential election tonight, GoPro just announced a recall of its first-ever drone, the $799 Karma. Approximately 2,500 Karma units sold since October 23rd (meaning all of them) are impacted. GoPro says “in a very small number of cases, Karma units lost power during operation.” Thus far, there have been no reports of injuries or property damage because of the defect. kerui alarm

Recalled Karma drones can be returned to GoPro directly or wherever they were purchased originally for a full refund. For now, the company won’t be offering any exchanges for a fixed model; you’ll have to wait until shipments resume “as soon as the issue is resolved.”

GoPro executives addressed production issues surrounding the Karma during last week’s earnings call, but didn’t mention any plans for a recall or the power issue at Zgemma star H.2S the time. “We are working in close coordination with both the US Consumer Product Safety Commission and Federal Aviation Administration,” said CEO Nick Woodman in a statement from tonight’s press release. “We are very sorry to have inconvenienced our customers and we are taking every step to make the return and refund process as easy as possible.”  sunray 800 hd se

The recall is a significant setback for GoPro as it attempts to challenge leader DJI in the drone business, and it follows a bruising financial quarter for the action cam maker.