Internet Music Programmers 2015 – 2018: A Stakeholders Guide to IP Radio






Seaside, CA Cross-device flexibility of the in-stream audio avail, improving blended CPMs, plus simplified or reduced pricing tiers associated with subscription/hybrid digital music programming have spurred a services revenue jump of 28.6% in 2015, against listening hour increases coming in at 17%, according to an industry analysis by AccuStream Research. This industry trade resource, Internet Music Programmers 2015 – 2018: A Stakeholder’s Guide to IP Radio, offers music services, brands/buyers, adtech vendors, agencies, rep firms, bandwidth, media player and software

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Top innovations made in 2015






Reusable space rockets The reusable rockets would significantly decrease the cost of space missions that average around $1.5 billion (roughly Rs. 9,936 crores) per launch. In response, Bezos got to twitter to mention in an exceedingly nervy manner “Welcome to the club!” Not specifically Russia and therefore the U.S. with the 60’s, however it seems a space race is so on. Virtual reality shift toward the mainstream the release of various developer editions from Facebook get Oculus and Samsung, early adopters were finally able to obtain their hands on the first high-end virtual reality product in the

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LED Technology Gets Cheaper, Better and More Efficient






Zhibin Yu, Professor of the Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at the Florida State University and his group has worked on anew solution to bring down the cost of production of light emitting diodes (LEDs). The new LED technology uses both inorganic and organic materials which can be applied like paint. The most concerning issue it solves is that the traditional methods require about four to five layers of the material for making of the coveted product. Yu and his team’s

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LG Declares the First Android Wear Smartwatch with LTE






LG is announcing a new brand version of the Watch Urbane, the chunky Android Wear device it released this spring.The new version puts an ever slightly larger screen inside of a slightly smaller body. Named LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition, the newcomer is the first Android Wear device with 4G LTE support.LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition packs a brand new 1.38” totally circular P-OLED display with a resolution of 480 x 480 pixels. The resolution results in the extremely impressive pixel

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NASA: Finished Heat Shield Testing for Future Mars Vehicles






NASA has successfully completed key heat shield tests for the coming exploration spacecraft’s that may scout the Red Planet for signs of life. NASA’s Adaptive Deployable Entry and Placement Technology (ADEPT) is a mechanically-deployable heat shield conception using carbon fabric – a versatile heat shield that expands to “open” like an umbrella. Newly, engineers at NASA’s Ames center in Silicon Valley, California successfully completed heating imitation testing of ADEPT model beneath conditions similar to entering the Martian atmosphere. Throughout the

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NASA on Mission to Develop a Star Trek ‘Tractor Beam’






The Tractor beam is a device which has ability to attract one object to another from a distance. Using Star Trek ‘tractor beam’ one satellite can attract another or drive them apart from each other. This project may still be a few years away from practical use, but scientists from NASA have developed a real tractor beam, like the ones highlighted in the ‘Star Trek’ TV series and movies. According to the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, this technology

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NASA: New Horizons Probe will provide Pluto Data to Earth






The mission team has begun the intensive down linking of the massive data the spacecraft gathered and stored on its digital recorders. Seven weeks after New Horizons sped past the Pluto system to study the new world. The process for entire down liking taking about one year to complete, which started on 5 Sept. the study of Pluto system will provide us different types of collection data like images, spectra and others information. Therefore researcher understands the origin and the

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New Malware Designed to Protect Networks: Quick Heal






Quick Heal has developed new malware sample that can be used for sandbox protection in computers of different companies, said by security software maker. Malware sample APT-QH-4AG15 designed to protect networks with high security. It can cure infected networks. It also has several anti-sandbox tricks implemented within it, said by Quick Heals Chief Technology Officer Sanjay Katkar. Malware is an umbrella term used to refer to a variety of forms of hostile or intrusive software, including computer viruses, worms and

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