La folle somme dépensée par Apple contre HTC

first_imgLa folle somme dépensée par Apple contre HTCSelon une rumeur qui circule dans les milieux des avocats américains, la marque à la pomme aurait déjà engagé 100 millions de dollars dans sa bataille judiciaire contre HTC.Apple ne regarderait pas à la dépense dans la bataille qui l’oppose à HTC sur les violations de brevets à son encontre. Newsweek affirme ainsi que les milieux d’avocats aux États-Unis évoquent la coquette somme de 100 millions de dollars engagée dans ces procès. Une goutte d’eau néanmoins dans l’énorme trésorerie dont dispose la marque à la pomme, que Zdnet estime à 60 milliards de dollars !À lire aussiQuand des Américains assistent à la naissance d’un bébé phoque sur une plagePourtant, ces 100 millions de dollars déjà dépensés n’ont pas servi à grand chose au final. Car si Apple a obtenu de l’International Trade Commission (ITC) l’interdiction de l’importation d’appareils HTC sur le sol américain, ce dernier a réagi immédiatement en faisant savoir qu’il disposait d’une solution alternative pour le brevet mis en cause. Néanmoins, le feuilleton n’est pas terminé puisque l’ITC étudiera en mars une nouvelle plainte d’Apple. Le 24 janvier 2012 à 14:15 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Les chiens ne voient pas en noir et blanc mais un peu

first_imgLes chiens ne voient pas en noir et blanc, mais (un peu) en couleursPubliée dans Proceedings of the Royal Society B., une étude expérimentale russe montre que les chiens, contrairement à une idée répandue, distinguent certaines couleurs, et savent utiliser cette capacité.  C’est bien connu : les chiens voient en noir et blanc. C’est du moins une idée largement répandue chez le commun des mortels. Plus nuancés, les scientifiques eux savent que les animaux sont juste moins bien ‘équipés’ que l’homme, physiologiquement, pour distinguer les couleurs. Ils pensaient donc jusqu’à présent que ces canidés utilisaient essentiellement la notion de brillance, de clarté (couleur claire ou couleur foncée) plutôt que la notion de couleur proprement dite.Mais la chose restait pour l’heure invérifiée et pour cause : il est particulièrement difficile de tester expérimentalement la perception des couleurs chez le chien. C’est pourtant ce qu’ont fait récemment des scientifiques du Laboratoire de traitement sensoriel de l’Académie des sciences de Russie, à Moscou, grâce à un protocole astucieux. Et les résultats montrent que les chiens se fient bel et bien à la couleur. Pour en arriver là, les chercheurs ont travaillé avec 8 chiens issus de croisements (des ‘bâtards’).Choisir le bon ton ou la bonne couleur ?Dans une première phase, d’une durée de 9 jours, chaque animal, 10 fois par jour, a été confronté à 2 boîtes contenant chacune un morceau de viande (pour que le flair de l’animal n’entre pas en ligne de compte), et jouxtées chacune d’un papier de teinte différente. Mais une seule des deux boîtes était déverrouillée et permettait d’accéder à la récompense. La ‘bonne’ boîte était, chaque fois, associée à la même combinaison ‘couleur + ton’ : jaune clair ou jaune foncé ou bleu clair ou bleu foncé (des couleurs perceptibles par les chiens). La ‘mauvaise’ boîte, elle, était associée à la teinte inverse : jaune si la ‘bonne’ était bleue, foncée si la ‘bonne’ était claire, et vice-versa. À l’issue de cette phase, chaque canidé était donc conditionné pour associer l’une (et seulement une) de ces 4 combinaisons à la notion de récompense, et se dirigeait spontanément vers la boîte correspondante sitôt mis en situation.À ce stade, restait à déterminer si le chien (qui n’avait le droit qu’à 1 essai à chaque fois) se fiait à la couleur (jaune ou bleu) ou bien au ton (clair ou foncé) pour choisir la bonne boîte. Lors de la seconde phase (10 essais), les chercheurs ont ‘brouillé les cartes’ : chaque animal a été mis en présence, là encore, de 2 boîtes contenant de la viande, mais jouxtées de papiers d’autres teintes : les chiens conditionnés au jaune clair se sont vu proposer le choix entre jaune foncé et bleu clair, ceux conditionnés au bleu clair se sont vu proposer du bleu foncé et du jaune clair, etc. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Bref, chaque animal devait choisir cette fois-ci entre la ‘bonne’ couleur (mais le ‘mauvais’ ton) ou le ‘bon’ ton (mais la ‘mauvaise’ couleur). Or, tous les chiens ont opté, dans plus de 70% des essais, pour la bonne couleur (celle précédemment associée à la récompense), sans se soucier du ton. 6 chiens sur les 8 l’ont même fait dans 90% des cas.Une vision en couleurs utilisée consciemmentComme chez la plupart des mammifères, les chiens ont dans les yeux seulement 2 types de récepteurs de couleur (les “cônes”) alors que les humains en ont 3. Chacun de ces cônes est sensible à une longueur d’onde – donc à une couleur – différente. Un chien voit le jaune et le bleu, mais verra du brun-grisâtre à la place du rouge, du jaune foncé à la place du orange, du bleu foncé à la place du violet, etc. Dans l’expérience, néanmoins, le comportement des canidés était bien dicté par la couleur et non par la luminosité (le ton) des carrés de papier. “Tester si les chiens utilisent la différentiation entre couleurs est (…) très difficile. [Ce test] prouve que non seulement les chiens ont une vision en couleurs, mais aussi qu’ils l’utilisent consciemment”, conclut ainsi le Dr Stanley Coren, de l’Université de Colombie Britannique, un expert en la matière, qui n’a pas participé à ces travaux mais donne son avis sur cette expérience.Le 28 juillet 2013 à 14:06 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Christmas is coming early for Alphonso Davies

first_imgThe new Bayern Munich signing will train during the festive season with his new German Bundesliga clubCanadian wonderkid Alphonso Davies started his professional career with Major League Soccer (MLS) club Vancouver Whitecaps in 2016.But before this season was over, he signed for German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich.“For the first few weeks I don’t expect much to happen,” Davies was quoted by the Bundesliga official website.RB Leipzig, Bayern Munich, Robert LewadowskiMatch Preview: RB Leipzig vs Bayern Munich Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 RB Leipzig will have the chance to prove their title-winning capabilities when they host Bayern Munich today at 18:30 (CET).“I’m just going to go over and get my feet wet. I think three or four weeks with the team before the Christmas break will be really helpful.”“I just wanted to be home with my family and to hang out with my friends,” Davies explained.“It was good. My friends made me feel like a 17-year-old, especially the night I went trick or treating with them.”“We hit quite a few houses. We had a big bag for the candy and it filled up pretty quickly. It was nice to spend time with my parents, too,” he added.last_img read more

David Wagner slams Michael Oliver for big mistakes

first_imgHuddersfield manager David Wagner blamed referee Michael Oliver for making “many big mistakes” in their 2-1 defeat by Brighton.Wagner was angered by Michael Oliver’s decision to send off Steve Mounie and also for not awarding his side a penalty when Brighton midfielder Pascal Gross pulled down Alex Pritchard in the box.Huddersfield Town were a goal ahead when Oliver sent off Steve Mounie in the 32nd minute, and Brighton used the one-man advantage to their favor as they equalized in the first half and went on to win the game 2-1.“The red card, if it’s a red card then the challenge on Erik Durm is one as well from my point of view, clear holding on Pritchard which is a penalty and a red card, it was a clear chance in front of the goal,” Wagner told Sky Sports.“There is nothing to discuss other than the decisions, which were in my view all wrong.Danny CowleyCowley explains why he changed his mind about Huddersfield Manuel R. Medina – September 9, 2019 Last week Danny Cowley rejected the chance to coach Huddersfield Town in the English Championship, but today he accepted saying it was a good opportunity.“I don’t like to talk about anything else other than the refereeing decisions. It’s a football match which makes no funs if all the big decisions, and I don’t think referees do it on purpose, but today they were so many big mistakes and all against us, then you have no chance.“For me, it isn’t a red card and the one from Brighton’s player isn’t either, but if I judge one as a red card I have to judge both as a red card. They were both comparable.“If I do it on the one side, I should be neutral on the other side. The penalty decision was totally clear and obvious and is a red card as well. Unfortunately today we just have to discuss referee’s decisions and not the match.”last_img read more

AK Protecting the environment and preserving the heritage of Denalis dogs

first_imgThere’s only one national park in America where some of the Rangers are canines: Denali National Park. In the summers, the dogs serve as ambassadors, but during the winter months they ferry researchers and park employees through areas closed to motorized vehicles.Listen Now Early on a crisp, fall morning a large white truck sits alone in a dirt parking lot at Riley Creek Campground.In the winter, Denali’s sled dogs ferry park employees through areas closed to motorized vehicles. (Zoë Sobel, Alaska Energy Desk – Unalaska)Denali Kennel manager Jennifer Raffaeli takes six huskies out of the van, fits them in harnesses and hooks them to a line attached to a green metal cart that looks like a dune buggy. Raffaeli fastens her helmet.On the trail, the only sound is the wheels whirring along the ground. The six-dog teams pull two humans around trails that wind in and around the campground.On this day, each team is running about five miles, and then it’s back to the kennel. By the start of the winter season, the dogs will be doing 20-mile days. Over the course of the winter, they will log around 1,500 miles each.It may seem backward, but Raffaeli said winter is the easiest time to move cargo through the park.“Swamps and bogs and thick brush are the norm across Alaska,” Raffaeli said. “That’s challenging and slow going, especially if you are trying to move big heavy objects. When the park is covered with snow and rivers are frozen, you can carry huge loads because you’re not trying to carry them on your back. You’re sliding them over snow and ice, and that’s no problem for these guys.”Pound-for-pound, Raffaeli said sled dogs are the strongest draft animals on the planet. That makes them the perfect tools for transportation through Denali’s designated wilderness — areas of the park that prohibit motorized vehicles.Dogs have been a part of Denali for the entire history of the park. In 1921, Harry Karstens was hired as the park’s first superintendent and insisted on having dogs.“It made perfect sense as you created a two-million-acre park, which is a huge area to try and cover as one person. You were going to need some dog teams to cover that,” Raffaeli said.Back then, Raffaeli said dogs were the only way rangers could traverse the park and protect wildlife, like caribou and Dall sheep, from poaching. But over the years, the role of Denali’s sled dogs has changed.In 1980, the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA) labeled the original two million acres of Denali as wilderness — the highest level of federal land protection — and gave renewed purpose to the park’s sled dogs.Jennifer Raffaeli plays with the kennel’s newest members. (Zoë Sobel, Alaska’s Energy Desk – Unalaska)“The Wilderness Act requires that land managers look at the minimal tool for the task at hand,” Raffaeli said. “We’re always asking: Can we accomplish this project with dog teams?”And if they can, they will. Over the winter, the teams are out for up to five weeks at a time. They haul supplies, support glacier research, and monitor man-made noise.Plus, Raffaeli believes meeting a dog team in the field adds to the wilderness experience for park users.“To encounter only a dog team on the trail — no snow machines, no other forms of motorized transport — is a form of peace and quiet and wildness that’s getting more and more rare,” Raffaeli said. “It’s more and more valuable that we continue that heritage here.”That’s a heritage that in many ways is fading. Denali’s huskies aren’t just the best method of winter transport. They help preserve what many people remember as daily life in Alaska.But in a rapidly changing climate, Raffaeli is uncertain about the future of the dogs.“If we start to get warmer winters with less snow, how does that affect the dogs?” Raffaeli asked. “How do we evolve to face that new environment? I think those are really valid questions. But at the core of it all, I hope the dogs are always part of the story because they are such a special part of it.”Back on the trail, the dogs are finishing their 30-minute morning workout. Raffaeli pulled into the campground parking lot and eases the team to a stop.She jumped off and ladles water into one tin dog bowl after another. The dogs lap it up. When they are done, they go back in the van. It’s time for Raffaeli to get the next team ready for its five miles on the trail.There’s no question, the dogs love their job.last_img read more

High Court stays polls to Nagarkurnool municipality

first_imgNagarkurnool: The High Court had issued stay orders for halting the municipal elections for Nagarkurnool municipality on Thursday.According to sources, Samuel David Raj, a resident of Nagarkurnool, had earlier filed a petition in the High Court alleging that Nagarkurnool municipal authorities have not divided the wards as per GO No 72 and they have taken up the division hurriedly and erroneously. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us Because of which, there could be a possibility of injustice meted out to candidates in some wards. In view of the above arguments, the High Court had directed the district administration of Nagarkurnool to first correct the errors in the division of wards and after confirming that everything was done as per the rules, and then submit a report to the court and then go for the polls. Also Read – Man tied up to a tree and thrashed in Nalgonda for harassing woman Advertise With Us “The Municipal authorities have not carried out the ward division scientifically. In some wards, there are more voters and in some very less voters. We have had submitted all the evidences to the court and got the stay for the municipal elections,” said Samuel David Raj, a resident of Nagarkurnool. The High Court after verifying and satisfied with the petitioner’s allegations had issued stay orders and directed the municipal authorities to rectify the division process and then only conduct the elections.last_img read more

Mayor Ivy gets deputy minister status

first_imgSelina Hayat Ivy. Prothom Alo file photoNarayanganj City Corporation (NCC) mayor Selina Hayat Ivy has been given the status of a deputy minister.The cabinet division issued a notification on Tuesday in this regard, said a PID handout.As per the notification, Ivy will enjoy the status, salary, allowances and other facilities equivalent to that of a deputy minister while in office.last_img

JAL Group releases its 2016 New Year vacation period traffic results

first_imgJAL group has announced its 2016 New Year vacation period traffic results. During the 10-day New Year vacation period in Japan between December 25, 2015 and January 3, 2016, the Group carried a total of 269,366 passengers on its international flights and 999,413 passengers domestically.On International routes, passenger count increased by 4.3% versus the same period last year in line with a 2.5% up in the number of available seats. Overall load factor increased 1.4 percentage points to 85.9% on the JAL Group’s international routes when compared to the same period last year.The number of passengers on domestic routes increased by 1.4% while seat capacity has been lowered by 3.1% compared to last year. Overall domestic load factor rose approx 3.4 percentage points to 76.3% than previous year.During this period, the JAL Group operated 3 chartered flights to Palau as well as 3 extra flights to Honolulu. Meanwhile, the airline also operated 4 extra flights between Tokyo (Haneda) and Sapporo (New Chitose), 2 extra flights between Tokyo (Haneda) and Okinawa (Naha), 2 extra flights between Tokyo (Haneda) and Kagoshima.last_img read more

September coffee hours announced for Representative Holly Hughes

first_img##### State Representative Holly Hughes, R-Montague, invites residents of the 91st House District to meet with her during coffee hours for the month of September to discuss state and local issues of interest.District office hours for Representative Hughes will be Friday, September 4th, in Ravenna, Norton Shores, and Whitehall; Tuesday, September 8th, in Cedar Creek Township.No appointment is necessary for district office hours. Residents unable to meet Rep. Hughes during the above scheduled times can contact her office toll free at 877-633-0331, or via email at HollyHughes@house.mi.gov.Additional details regarding September office hours for Rep. Hughes’s as follows: 19Aug September coffee hours announced for Representative Holly Hughes Categories: Featured news,Hughes News,Newscenter_img  Friday, September 48 to 9 a.m.Ravenna Round Table12396 Stafford St, Ravenna, MI 49451Friday, September 4 10 to 11 a.m.Toast N’ Jams3462 Henry St, Norton Shores, MI 49441Friday, September 412 to 1 p.m.Gary’s Restaurant906 E Colby St, Whitehall, MI 49461Tuesday, September 810:30 to 11:30 a.m.Cedar Creek Township Hall6556 Sweeter Rd, Twin Lake, MI 49457 Tags: #SB, District 91, HD91, Hughes, Hughes office hours last_img read more

Rep Brann is joined by Byron Center business owner for State speech

first_imgPHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Tommy Brann, R-Wyoming, was joined by Byron Center business owner Paul Houseman for tonight’s State of the State speech at the Capitol. “This was a wonderful opportunity for Paul and I,” said Rep. Brann. “Listening to Gov. Snyder speak about attracting and growing small businesses in Michigan was a thrill for both of us. As business owners, we’ve seen how the state has helped and will continue to focus on these hometown businesses.”### 17Jan Rep. Brann is joined by Byron Center business owner for State speech Categories: Brann News,Brann Photos,Newslast_img

Rep Reilly assigned to multiple key House panels

first_img17Jan Rep. Reilly assigned to multiple key House panels Categories: Reilly News Legislator named as vice-chair of the Oversight CommitteeState Rep. John Reilly of Oakland Township has been appointed to serve on three committees for the 2019-2020 legislative term, providing a unique opportunity to help the residents of Oakland County on a variety of important issues facing the state.Reilly is set to serve as the vice chair of the House Oversight Committee, and serve on the House Education and Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation committees. Committee appointments were announced this week by Speaker Lee Chatfield.“I’m honored to have been entrusted with such a wide portfolio of legislative responsibilities, from commerce and natural resources to government oversight and, my personal passion, the education of young Michiganders,” Reilly said.Reilly has fought for efficient state government that provides quality services to the hard-working taxpayers of Michigan during his first term in office.“My office has always actively sought to help our constituents with any problems they may have with state agencies. As vice chair of the Oversight Committee, I will have the opportunity to not only resolve individual issues, but pursue and resolve their root causes. I encourage all constituents to contact my office, that we may help our state government work better for them.”Rep. Reilly is currently in his second term serving the 46th House District, which represents residents of northern Oakland County, including Oxford, Orion, Oakland, Addison and Brandon townships.last_img read more

TV still plays a larger role in most peoples live

first_imgTV still plays a larger role in most people’s lives than the internet, according to Genevieve Bell, chipset vendor Intel’s and director of interactive and experience research.In the US, people watch 20% more TV than they did 10 years ago, and TV is still a dominant force in the way we organise our lives and our furniture, Bell told the Cable Congress in Brussels yesterday.Bell said that TV use had evolved and people had more screens on which to view TV.“Television is here to stay,” said Bell. “People love their televisions. It’s an enduring thing in people’s homes.” Unlike other devices in consumers’ lives, TV can allow people to sit and passively consume entertainment, requiring little input on their part, she said, and this was part of its attraction that service providers should remember. TV remains more central to people’s lives than computers and the internet, she said.Bell said that over the last few years people have begun to use smart devices in front of the TV. Over the last two years, she said, people have started to use PCs and then iPads to interact with the content on TV rather than to check their emails.“One of the big challenges we face is that the main TV doesn’t know which other devices are being used in front of it,” she said. Second screen are being used to view supplementary content that couldn’t be put on the main screen.Bell said that Intel’s study of consumer habits had found that, in many homes, the places where content is cached are not controlled by a single person, and often people in the same home bought the same piece of content multiple times.Search and recommendation for content had become an increasingly frustrating experience for viewers, said Bell. She said that there had been interesting experiments with EPGs and social networks, especially in Europe and particularly in France, to make search easier. However, this brings its own issues, she said, with the problem of family and social group friction being engendered when people ignored the recommendations and recordings being placed in front of them by family and friends.Bell said that search strategies based on use habits were failing to “surprise” viewers, which was something many looked for from the TV.She said voice was unlikely to work as an input mechanism for TV commands because there is often more than one person present in the room competing for control of the device. Use of the remote control solved this problem because only one button could be pressed at one time, she said.TV is also expanding its presence, appearing in many new locations and increasingly appearing in public spaces, at least outside the US, said Bell.last_img read more

Digital TV CEE Romtelecom is looking to increase

first_imgDigital TV CEE: Romtelecom is looking to increase its interactive TV base, grow its HD service and further develop its OTT service over the coming year, according to Peter Terpak, Romtelecom.The company is also looking to develop and potentially develop new revenuestreams for its OTT service. The company is looking to take the OTT servicebeyond its initial phase of deployment, he told DTVE at the Digital TV CEEconference.last_img

Google is planning to cut recently acquired Motoro

first_imgGoogle is planning to cut recently acquired Motorola Mobility’s workforce by 20%, or 4,000 posts, as part of a shift in strategy to focus on high-end smartphones and a reduced range of lower-end devices, according to press reports.Google will also cut Motorola’s management, eliminating up to 40% of staff at vice-president level, according to a New York Times report.The news follows earlier reports that Google is planning to sell off Motorola Mobility’s Home division, which includes its cable and set-top box activities.Google has said in a regulatory filing that it expects severance-related charges of up to US$275 million (€223 million), most of which will fall in the third quarter.last_img

South African pay TV operator TopTV this week laun

first_imgSouth African pay TV operator TopTV this week launched the country’s first pre-paid pay TV service. TopTV plans to use the service to appeal to subscribers outside the country’s main urban centres and lower income groups.The service officially launched in Soweto’s Maponya Mall on Wednesday. Subscribers can acquire vouchers valid for 30 days, choosing one of two options – a Variety pack at ZAR109 (€10.72) and an Ultimate pack at ZAR279, with the latter giving access to 62 channels.TopTV launched in April 2010, undercutting rival DStv’s premium offering and prompting the latter to launch a lower-cost service, DStv Lite.last_img

Subscription videoondemand service Netflix is av

first_imgSubscription video-on-demand service Netflix is available on Swedish cable operator Com Hem’s TiVo platform as of today.Netflix will be included in TiVo as an app, giving Swedish viewers to chance to view series including Hemlock Grove, Arrested Development, Orange is the New Black and Breaking Bad.The second season on Netflix original House of Cards will  be available to Com Hem Netflix subscribers from February 14.Customers can log in with a current Netflix account for subscribe direct through their TiVo box for SEK79 (€9) a month.Netflix will be integrated with Com Hem’s TiVo search function, so that any search instigated by TiVo users will include content from Netflix.“The new Netflix app complements and further strengthens our current content offering. We want the customer to be able to access any content they want to watch in one single place, regardless of source. As a TiVo user you now easily can search and browse across all of Netflix’s acclaimed line up, together with all the other great content available through Com Hem. This adds up to thousands and thousands of titles, meaning you can find practically anything you would like to watch through your TiVo,” said Asanga Gunatillaka, chief product officer at Com Hem.last_img read more

Google has launched a new app Google Play Movies

first_imgGoogle has launched a new app Google Play Movies & TV Chrome app, that will let Chromebook users watch movies and TV shows when they are offline.The Chrome OS offline mode comes alongside an improved local playback experience for anyone watching movies through the Chrome browser and better performance for Google’s Chromecast HDMI streaming device, the search giant said.Google has also added ‘info cards’ about Play TV and movie content to the service.The news comes as US web TV service Aereo announced it has now rolled out to Chromecast devices in the States, having made its service ‘Google Cast Ready’.last_img

Sales of flatpanel TVs were higher than expected

first_imgSales of flat-panel TVs were higher than expected in the first quarter of this year, rising significantly year-on-year, according to analysis by IHS Technology.The LCD TV market grew by 4% between January and March to 47.36 million units, and total flat-panel TV shipments grew by 3.3% to 49.36 million units.The market for the older plasma display technology screens fell by 16% to two million units over the same period.Samsung and LG were the top performers in the quarter, shipping 17 million units between them. According to IHS Technology, the South Koreans maintained year-on-year shipment growth higher than 10% for each of the three months in the first quarter, boosted by a decision to focus on LCD TVs and launch new, larger, full-HD models to replace older plasma screen devices.Japanese firms also performed strongly, according to the research, ahead of the introduction of a higher consumption tax, which may have an impact on domestic shipments in the second quarter, according to IHS Technology.Chinese shipments, on the other hand, fell year-on-year during the quarter, following the withdrawal of a subsidy for energy-efficient products in May 2013.IHS Technology said there were signs during the quarter of stronger demand for developed markets including western Europe and North America, possibly boosted by the introduction of new ultra-HD sets.last_img read more

The BBCs childrens channel CBBC has partnered

first_imgThe BBC’s children’s channel, CBBC, has partnered with SyncScreen and Civolution to power a play-along quiz app called Gory Games. The iOS and Android smartphone and tablet app is designed to be used with the Horrible Histories spin-off quiz show Gory Games and lets viewers test their knowledge of “gruesome facts” and win virtual prizes whilst watching the show live, or on-demand on BBC iPlayer.Two-screen TV company SyncScreen produced the app design and user experience, while the app also uses automatic content recognition technology provided by Civolution, called SyncNow.“Synchronization between multiple screens is becoming increasingly prevalent in mainstream TV programming. The launch of the Gory Games app is further proof that a well designed and produced two-screen experience can unlock deeper viewer engagement models,” said Civolution’s chief marketing officer Andy Nobbs.last_img read more