Écoute naturelle : Lancement de la toute nouvelle barre de son Hisense U5120G en Afrique du Sud

LE CAP, Afrique du Sud5 juillet 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hisense, fabricant de produits électroniques de renommée mondiale, a récemment annoncé le lancement de la dernière génération de sa barre de son U5120G en Afrique du Sud. Disponible à partir du 29 juin chez Takealot, Tafelberg, HiFi Corp et Hirsch, la barre de son U5120G, puissante et facile à utiliser, sera commercialisée au prix de 7 999 rands sud-africains et devrait être un élément populaire des systèmes de divertissement à domicile, offrant aux consommateurs une expérience digne des salles de cinéma.

La barre de son innovante U5120G est dotée de 11 haut-parleurs multidirectionnels intégrés et d’un caisson de basse sans fil de 180 watts, pour un total de 510 watts de son de haute qualité. Le caisson de basse de huit pouces peut reproduire des sons de tout juste 40 Hz, ce qui permet d’ajouter des effets de basse profonds et puissants aux films, aux émissions de télévision, aux jeux et à la musique. Les appareils sont faciles à connecter et sont compatibles avec la technologie Bluetooth, pour une configuration en toute simplicité.

En ce qui concerne l’expérience sonore, la disposition des enceintes à l’intérieur de la barre de son U5120G crée un système surround avec un véritable son 5.1.2 ch. Un utilisateur a fait remarquer que, contrairement aux systèmes de son surround classiques, qui ne permettent d’obtenir les meilleurs effets surround qu’à un spectateur, la barre de son U5120G, grâce à sa fonction intuitive DTS Virtual:X et Dolby Atmos, fournit un son surround immersif et chaleureux à 360 degrés, peut importe l’emplacement des utilisateurs dans la pièce.

La barre de son U5120G prend en charge les sons haute résolution, ce qui lui confère une qualité sonore comparable à celle des studios d’enregistrement et des salles de concert. Sa technologie Hi-Remaster lui permet d’améliorer la qualité sonore d’autres sources d’entrée telles que les CD et les MP3. De nombreux utilisateurs ont salué cette fonction, affirmant qu’elle amplifiait les sons compressés en un signal audio plus étendu, plus chaud et plus riche qui ajoute de la profondeur et de la dimension à la musique ou aux films. Pour les besoins audio haut de gamme tels que les films et les jeux, la barre de son U5120G prend également en charge la 4k et la 3D, en traitant les données sans perte de qualité et en améliorant considérablement l’expérience globale de divertissement.

D’après les commentaires des utilisateurs, la barre de son U5120G peut être fixée facilement à un mur. Elle est également simple à configurer, grâce à une télécommande unique qui prend en charge EzPlay et à des menus intuitifs pour la personnalisation et le passage d’un mode audio à un autre. Si les utilisateurs ne souhaitent pas changer de mode audio manuellement, le mode AI EQ assisté par la technologie Hi-AT assure l’optimisation du son pour chaque scène. Que vous regardiez du sport, un film ou les actualités, que vous écoutiez de la musique ou que vous jouiez à un jeu, le mode AI EQ peut détecter votre activité et s’adapter afin de vous offrir la meilleure expérience sonore possible.

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Cellebrite and Chainalysis Partner to Modernize Digital Investigations by Unlocking Cryptocurrency Data

Two market leaders come together to expand digital investigations

PETAH TIKVA, Israel and TYSONS CORNER, Va. and NEW YORK, July 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cellebrite DI Ltd. (NASDAQ: CLBT), a global leader in Digital Intelligence (DI) solutions for the public and private sectors, and Chainalysis, the blockchain data platform, have launched a partnership to enable customers to easily identify and assess criminal activity involving cryptocurrency during digital investigations to expedite their resolution.

Cryptocurrency usage has increased significantly over the past several years. While the vast majority of its use is for legitimate purposes, it has also been exploited for illicit use in scamming, money laundering, ransomware, and more. As cryptocurrency artifacts are more frequently found in, and can be used as key pieces of, digital evidence, law enforcement and corporations need access to cryptocurrency-related knowledge and tools to investigate criminal activity and help solve cases.

Together, Cellebrite and Chainalysis are enabling customers to modernize investigations by leveraging the transparency of blockchains. The integrated solution will provide automated, efficient capabilities and knowledge to identify and assess cryptocurrency risks and correlate such information to additional elements of a related case. Cellebrite’s DI suite of solutions will reveal accurate, real-time cryptocurrency data and insights from Chainalysis’ data platform. As a result of this cooperation, examiners, investigators, analysts, and compliance officers will be able to seamlessly identify illicit cryptocurrency-related activity in a single place as part of their familiar digital investigation workflows.

Cellebrite and Chainalysis are also collaborating to empower customers to bridge the cryptocurrency knowledge gap. Together, they will educate customers’ internal experts by offering cryptocurrency training and delivering cryptocurrency expert investigation services, as well as making Chainalysis’ Reactor, the investigation tool, available for advanced cryptocurrency tracing.

“Cryptocurrency, as any other financial instrument, has become a vehicle for funding crime and laundering money, and as its adoption increases, our customers must be equipped with cutting-edge solutions to identify this important category of digital evidence,” said Leeor Ben-Peretz, Chief Strategy Officer at Cellebrite. “Providing our customers with an integrated cryptocurrency investigation solution will expedite their investigations through automation and help them seamlessly uncover a wider range of digital evidence within Cellebrite’s suite of Digital Intelligence solutions. We are happy to join forces with Chainalysis to further enhance our customers’ tools and knowledge, modernize investigations, and accelerate justice.”

“We are thrilled to partner with Cellebrite, the Digital Intelligence market leader, to expand our public and private sector customer reach and provide them access to Chainalysis’ solutions, training, and expertise,” said Thomas Stanley, President and Chief Revenue Officer at Chainalysis. “Together, Cellebrite and Chainalysis are committed to helping combat blockchain-related crime, improving trust and transparency in blockchains, and making cryptocurrency safer for all.”

The initial integrated solution is expected to be available in Q3 2022. To find out more about the partnership offerings, please visit: https://cellebrite.com/en/cellebrite-crypto-solution-powered-by-chainalysis/

About Cellebrite

Cellebrite’s (NASDAQ: CLBT) mission is to enable its customers to protect and save lives, accelerate justice, and preserve privacy in communities around the world. We are a global leader in Digital Intelligence solutions for the public and private sectors, empowering organizations in mastering the complexities of legally sanctioned digital investigations by streamlining intelligence processes. Trusted by thousands of leading agencies and companies worldwide, Cellebrite’s Digital Intelligence platform and solutions transform how customers collect, review, analyze and manage data in legally sanctioned investigations. To learn more visit us at www.cellebrite.com, https://investors.cellebrite.com, or follow us on Twitter at @Cellebrite.

About Chainalysis

Chainalysis is the blockchain data platform. We provide data, software, services, and research to government agencies, exchanges, financial institutions, and insurance and cybersecurity companies in over 70 countries. Our data powers investigation, compliance, and market intelligence software that has been used to solve some of the world’s most high-profile criminal cases and grow consumer access to cryptocurrency safely. Backed by Accel, Addition, Benchmark, Coatue, GIC, Paradigm, Ribbit, and other leading firms in venture capital, Chainalysis builds trust in blockchains to promote more financial freedom with less risk. For more information, visit www.chainalysis.com.

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Alarm Over Oceans Heat Up Europe’s Summertime Politics

There is growing alarm among European and other environmentalists over what they say is governments' failure to ensure healthy oceans, which are vital for food, jobs, biodiversity and clean air.

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres calls it an "ocean emergency."

"Global heating is pushing ocean temperature to record levels, creating fiercer and more frequent storms," he said. "Sea levels are rising, low-lying island nations face inundation, and some 8 million tons of plastic waste enter the oceans every year."

Those are just some of the threats facing the oceans, which cover 70% of the Earth's surface. Overfishing, shipping and ocean wind turbines also pressure marine ecosystems.

At an ocean conference in Lisbon last week, Guterres and others called for faster, stronger protection measures. But green groups claim the meeting failed to deliver real progress.

Environmentalists hope for better results next month, when countries resume discussions on a global agreement to protect critical ocean ecosystems.

For some, that includes a ban on deep sea mining, which could start as early as 2023.

While countries like China are exploring mining opportunities, critics claim the practice could destroy fragile seabeds and ecosystems. Those critics include President Emmanuel Macron of France.

"I think we have to create the legal framework to stop the high sea mining, and to not allow new activities putting in danger these ecosystems," Macron said. "We know almost nothing about the deep sea. We don't know a lot about the ecosystem. It's a very complex and slow ecosystem. It takes decades or even more for animals to grow."

Tobias Troll, marine policy director for Seas at Risk, an umbrella group of more than 30 European environmental associations, said: "Imagine you put these robots down there — it can trigger all kinds of effects on this ecosystem which can trigger up into the food chain."

In Europe and elsewhere, green groups are pushing countries to meet the ocean promises they've already made. That includes the European Union's 2030 healthy oceans goals. A new environmental report card by six EU nonprofits finds the bloc met just one of eight progress markers last year.

"I think the underlying problem of the situation … is that there is a significant lack of policy coherence around EU legislation around the ocean," Troll said. "For example, we have the marine strategy framework or the fisheries policy, but they don't really work together."

Troll said EU countries are also overselling the progress they've made. Marine protection is a case in point, he said, with only a tiny fraction of Europe's marine habitat truly protected, contrary to official claims.

Source: Voice of America

PUBLIC URGED TO STOP SEEKING FAVORS WHILE USING IGP’S NAME

The Territorial Police in Iganga is actively investigating a case of conspiracy to defraud and theft of case amounting to Ugx 150m allegedly donated to New Beginnings International Ministries, for the construction of a Maternity Ward, in Iganga district. The facts fathered indicate that New Beginnings International Ministries, through their CEO, Henry Isoba, entered into an agreement, with a one Olele Dan, a 56-year-old Civil Engineer, of Wailaka Central, Kakira Parish, in Jinja district, to construct the maternity ward at a cost of 176m

Surprisingly, on the 18.06.2022, at around 6pm, the CEO proceeded to inspect the project site, with cash Ugx 150m in his car a premio registration number UAX291X, he found when the Project Engineer was absent but went on to inspect the site. After inspection, he re-entered his car which had remained unlocked and drove off. He however, reached home and realised the money had been stolen from his car. We are now investigating circumstances under which, the money was stolen from the CEO’s car, while at the Project Site. In addition, we are in receipt of two contract agreements of Ugx 176m and 75m, respectively signed between the two parties, that is also a subject of our investigations.

As a result, the CEO registered a complaint of theft against the Project Engineer, Olele Dan, and caused for his arrest at Magamaga. It is during the arrest, that they claimed, Olele Dan, called himself, a brother to the IGP and further using that privilege to extort money from the public and also get special treatment from the police. We wish to refute the claim as totally fallacious. The IGP and his family, categorically reject the claim as false and an insult to the family. We therefore, demand several media outlets that carried the misleading news story referring to the suspect as the IGP’s brother, arrested on charges of theft and conspiracy, immediately withdraw it and use the correct version. We urge all Editors of media houses to always verify any information with the police authorities and further confirmation with the PRO.

The office of the IGP continues to adhere to the highest levels of professional standards, where everyone is treated equally before the law. In addition, all Territorial Commanders, have been asked to remain steadfast, while carrying out their duties and avoid getting duped by fraudsters and criminals, who use the office of the IGP and other high-ranking security and government officials, for their selfish gains.

We also continue to receive complaints about individuals who pose as security personnel, while making contact at police stations and in the public. We strongly condemn this behaviour of criminal minded individuals, personating police officers. Therefore, any person who present himself as a police officer, is required to present his or her warrant card, when making contact with any member of the public. We urge the public to write down any information that may be helpful in identifying any individual who impersonates a police officer and report to our National Operations Command Centre on 0800199699 or 0707600773 and 0776999135.

Source: Uganda Police Force

Deputy PM: Ireland Sees ‘Extensive’ Fall COVID Vaccine Campaign

Ireland expects to run an extensive vaccine drive against COVID-19 and flu ahead of a potentially worrying winter surge that could lead to the reimposition of mask wearing in certain settings, Deputy Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Tuesday.

Ireland dropped all COVID-19 curbs earlier this year after having one of Europe's toughest lockdown regimes. While infections are on the rise again, Varadkar said the current wave seemed to be peaking and the number of hospitalized patients was expected to start falling in the next two to three weeks.

"I'm more concerned about the next wave which will come in the winter because that will happen when we're indoors more and it might come at the same time as the flu. We haven't really had a serious flu season since 2019," he told national broadcaster RTE.

"I see a very extensive COVID and flu vaccine program happening in the early autumn...and a possibility in the winter that we may ask people to wear masks again in certain settings. I don't envisage us having to bring back restrictions that cause businesses to close, but nobody can rule that out for sure."

Varadkar added that he expects the expert committee which advises the Irish government on COVID-19 vaccinations to approve a further widespread booster program.

Source: Voice of America