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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

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Your Smartphone and Laptop Battery Will Now Work For Longer Hours
Your Smartphone and Laptop Battery Will Now Work For Longer Hours


DPStream is defined not even him as a streaming site, but as a simple "indexer" links. To this extent, the platform is legal. But in fact, there are many links to content protected by copyright. Causing the ire of beneficiaries since the site does not pay them any compensation. But this does not prevent DPStream a facelift. As he says on his blog, the site has just launched its "V2". This is a new version at how strategic, since behind the new features, also draws the ambition to recognize the legal status of indexer.

The program for this new release: a brand new design, described as more ergonomic and fully responsive, the arrival of filters for searches, site registration via Facebook and Twitter, or even the appearance of a <spoiler> to hide comments may spoil the viewing of a series, for example.

But above all, the "V2" announces the arrival of Premium at DPStream "in return for a symbolic amount [you can] enjoy DPStream without any advertising from disturbing your navigation." Scheduled for Tuesday, April 13, 2016, the migration of the site took a day late. The new version of DPStream is only accessible from Thursday morning because of several "blocks of Google," according to his Twitter page. Alerts from the search engine would have created the blacklisting of the site. And this could be just the beginning.

In March 2016, we learned that the Court of Appeal of Paris has decided to impose blocking a slew of websites, including Allostreaming, Alloshowtv and other derivatives (but not DPStream), suppliers of access to the Internet and search engines. The case dates from 2013 but until now ISPs had refused to enforce the blockade, citing the implementation of the court order was generated costs that should not be dependent on them. Indeed, they were not concerned with the case originally.

But the access providers and search engines no longer have a choice. The Court of Appeal of Paris has decided that they will incur blocking sites as long as it does not compromise the "viability of the economic model of the ISP or search engine provider." To recognize the status of "indexer" This legal progress in the favor of those entitled to fears that it "would open the floodgates", as explained by our colleagues NextINpact. In fact, all creative sectors could now be tempted to call in turn blocking steps cool ISPs and search engines.

DPStream has chosen to take the lead, "DPStream also has the purpose to recognize the legal status of the indexer, and it is true that the old version is not necessarily the most appropriate tool for this type of discussions. We hope simply be taken more seriously, "says the platform. For this, the site has seen his illegal content notification procedure. DPStream and promises faster approaches to rights holders wishing to dereference a link. Is it enough to avoid blocking applications? It's unlikely, but only time will tell.

It is an idea that dates, Wi-Fi should finally arrive in TGV. On the occasion of the first assessment of #DIGITALSNCF plane April 12, 2016, Guillaume Pepy, SNCF president, confirmed that the TGV will be connected to Wi-Fi by the end of the year 2017. 40 trains will be this year, and is 300 in mid-2017.

Several repeaters will be installed in each car, with a rate of at least 80Mbit / s per ream. This would, in minium, 150 kbit / s per person if the 545 passengers of the train are all connected together. The group's president added that 90% of travelers will enjoy 3G coverage / 4G while traveling by train, but also TER, RER etc. by mid-2019. Note however that it is here question of good 3G / 4G and not of Wi-Fi only. Thus, for example Orange "covers" the Paris-Lyon route. The operator then attack the Paris-Lille line. The digital strategy of SNCF also has an industrial component. The group also increased its investment from 450 to 600 million euros in 3 years. According to Guillaume Pepy, the new technology could reduce the group's expenses, including maintenance costs. The boss speaks of "efficiency gain of around 10 to 30%."

A battery of new sensors should also soon integrate the stations, trains and railway networks. They will store data in the cloud and used to improve the quality of service from the train. They will also better monitor the machines and thus prevent any technical problems, which would have the effect of limiting delays.

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