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We Should Have Already Had This: The Lithium-Ion Battery With Built-In Fire Suppression

On October 22, 2020, yesterday, Dexter Johnson posted The Lithium-Ion Battery With Built-In Fire Suppression. Within this topic, Dexter Johnson regards a Stanford University research team and the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (its former name was the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center[1]). Johnson stated:Now [Yi] Cui and his research team, in collaboration with SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, have offered some exciting new capabilities for lithium-ion batteries based around a new polymer material they are using in the current collectors for them. The researchers claim this new design to current collectors increases efficiency in Li-ion batteries and reduces the risk of fires associated with these batteries.[2]Johnson was saying this: fires are a current Li-ion battery threat that has been realized, but a new design can secure client use-case safety, and this required this battery redesigned. As this technology approaches marketplace entry points, this shall confront Li-io…

On Android Pie, the Play Show

On software engineering, software evolution is an advanced practice. While my Android Oreo device has the multitasking feature, I call the Android Pie version a Play Show.  Android Oreo Multitasking
On Android Oreo, the multitasking feature is a y-axis app scroller. On my Atlas 10, an Android Oreo device, I can view one main app, the top adjacent app, and the bottom adjacent app. This is quite strange because I do not admire the piecemeal app view or condescend the piecemeal app view: the highest paid app engineer, Google, want either case, but Google shall never show repentance because Google shutdown Google+, but Google did not just fix the bug. Furthermore, the middle app view is okay, but Android Oreo is not perfect because this is an unwanted emotion attachment. Android Pie Play Show
On Android Pie, the multitasking has an x-axis app scroll. The x-axis app scroll is better because I can see my main middle app, my left opposite app, and also my right opposite app. On Android Pie, I ca…

On Android Pie, the Adaptive Display is a Great Feature

Adaptive Display
On Android Pie, the Adaptive Display updates the display lighting and the display coloring. The Android Pie app features a display selection, and this can be found: I can access the Settings app, select Display, and select Screen Mode. In Screen Mode, four modes are available: the Adaptive Display, Cinema, and Photo; but also Basic. In Screen Mode, each choice has a distinct appearance, but Adaptive Display is the least red-glare selection. Also, the Adaptive Display allows better lighting than the other features, but a different choice encourages lighting stasis. In the Bible, a Prophecy is Inaccurate In Scripture, the Gospel disciple, Luke, reviewed a prophecy. To Theophilus, Luke (NIV) wrote: To Abraham, ABBA said, "God spoke to him in this way: ‘For four hundred years your descendants will be strangers in a country not their own, and they will be enslaved and mistreated" (Acts 7:6). On ancient-hebrew.org, Jeff A. Benner claimed the four hundred years Genesi…

On Android Pie, the Notification Style was Updated

On Android Pie, the notification system layout updated, but the notification edge got rounded.  Android Oreo  On the previous Android, codenamed Oreo, the notification edge is semi-rectangular. With traditional edges, an Android Oreo notification is like a desktop operating system. My Android Oreo device is a tablet, but it is too big and bulk, for I am an active person, but I dislike carrying a big computer because it is practically a PC. Android Oreo notifying I am using a mobile desktop style is not awesome because it is disorienting, but I have a mobile device. 
Android Pie  On Android Pie, the notification edge is rounded, so Pie no longer has the desktop style notification. Against desktop computers,  it is more mobile-oriented. I like this update because I am more mobile than stationary, but Pie learns my notification use case. Using a notification is accepting the notification, but Pie adjusts my cookies, so my experience becomes better curated. 
Getting the Right Notification In Scr…

On an Android Pie Update: the Picture Message Preview is a Paradigm Shift

On Android Pie, there is a Messages app feature, and this app has a native picture preview. 


Today, on Android Pie, I captured a camera picture. Then, I received a notification. On my Android Pie phone, the notification was a drop-down, and it had a small picture. After selecting the notification down arrowhead, a middle-sized picture preview displayed. After I had waited three-plus seconds, the message picture notification disappeared. On the drop-down menu, there was a small picture  preview. On the Messages app was a large picture preview.


On Android Pie, the Messages app reduced overhead because it caused less file search reliance, and less sort reliance. For an average search example, the binary search tree requires O(n) search time because it one step, and I have the datem. For example,  the average Selection Sort requires O(n^2) time complexity because two a computer selects the datem then sorts the datem. For more asymptotic notations, review Eric D. Rowell's Web page. Instea…

On an Android Pie Update: the Screenshot Notification is a Paradigm Shift

On Android Pie, I have a screenshot notification update, but Android Oreo does not have this screenshot notification. 
Android Oreo One Android generation ago, the Android screenshot notifier is (not 'was' because I own an Android Oreo license) not effective because Android Oreo requires the overencumbering phone search; but for a single file, this is a fatal business flaw: Bill Gates designed an Internet-adversary, Microsoft because he did not want his proprietary technology shared. On Android Oreo, a mobile device OS (Operating System); Sindar Pinchai is doing the same thing. 
Android PieSindar Pinchai took the Android foundation, the Google file search, and he made the notification system have a share feature using open source technology: what Bill Gates is marketing using closed-source copyright, Sindar Pinchai is marketing using open-source; but the middle ground is the CS (Computer Science). 
Communicating is Key The concept is communicating, and Google released Android Pie A…

On an Android Pie Update: the Settings App Color Palette is a Paradigm Shift

On Android Pie, my phone has a Settings app change, but it was never an Android Oreo feature: the colored icon.  Android Oreo Settings On Android Oreo, the Settings app coloring is like a notepad color scheme, but it has a very basic layout, but it can evolve; and I made this GIF, but it displays how basic it is. On Android Oreo, the Settings app is not anything great.

The Android Oreo Settings is BlandThis Settings app layout is a definitive failure because people did not give much effort, here. On May 7th, 2019, The Verge writer, Russell Brandom, reported There are now 2.5 billion active Android devices. On September 12, 2019, Arne Holst wrote Androi×d version market share 2019, but Arne Holst reported the Android market is twenty-nine percent Android Oreo; but it is seven hundred million Android Oreo devices; but it is twenty million more Android Oreo devices.  Google Created a Margined DeficitSince the Android Oreo Settings layout is terrible, seven hundred million, but twenty million…

Law and Security, but Privacy: Tensorflow ImageNet

During yesterday and today, I studied the Machine Learning language, Tensorflow: on Android Pie, I built an ImageNet app, but it, the first version; but it is Google Copyrighted.

I figured that Tensorflow should have a JS library, so I searched Google, but I found Google's result. It is the first page and top result. On GitHub, Google's Tensorflow.js models, Image Classification, but called MobileNet, is available. On Google Developer Codelabs, there is a MobileNet lab. As I studied, I learned Machine Learning. Of the ImageNet camera app is my Rasperry Pi 3 B+ 4GB image. but view its result:
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Testing the MindNet Camera: Try it Yourself
On the Google Developer CodeLabs, I finished all three parts, but here is part two, but enable your camera:


On The Synergy of Autonomy and Pervasiveness, William John Brinkman and Alton F. Sanders discussed Automated Security Cameras, but they wrote Ethics in a Computing Culture. An Expanding Security Platf…

Android Pie: Adaptive Battery

On December 21, 2018, CNET's Jason Cipriani wrote 13 fantastic Android Pie features coming to your phone.  Adapting Battery

Jason Cipriani wrote, "In the never-ending pursuit of better battery life, Android Pie's Adaptive Battery feature will learn the apps you use over time and prioritize system resources to them." I took a screenshot, but above it is displayed.


Cipriani reported: for non-significant app use, Android Pie shall ignore it; until I play the app. Cipriani reported: this saves battery life, and everyone is made happy. On November 6, 2019, this can be enabled: in Settings, choose Device care, and choose Battery; but for each app you can choose adapt the battery.


In Scripture, Jesus Christ instructed trust, but Jesus Christ also Mastered dishonesty. Luke (NIV) wrote, “Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much" (16:10).


In Cipriani's article, Ciprian…

Analysis: Faketoshi

On November 3, 2019, Anton Lucian wrote A New Fake Satoshi Appears, Claims to Be the ‘Co-Founder of Bitcoin’ (link). Lucian reported, "A new fake Satoshi Nakamoto has come onto the scene, and it didn’t take a second for him to ridiculed on crypto-Twitter and beyond." More than one faketoshi has claimed Bitcoin copyright.


SIMS Gave Fake News The SIMS (Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies) is a Pune, India University (link). At 11:28 PM, 16 Dec 2018, SIMS, Pune, India hosted Jorg Molt, but SIMS Pune reported Jorg Molt is a Bitcoin co-founder.
A New Fake Satoshi Appears, Claims to Be the ‘Co-Founder of Bitcoin’ via @beincryptohttps://t.co/6Zz8YOkdIC#Faketoshi — Jonathan M. Kelly (@BitJetKit) November 4, 2019
This had been disproven, but I have trouble even getting an audience because I am a Christian Computer Scientist: but hypocrisy exists. Today, Emilio Janus reported: during the Nevada World Crypto Conference, Molt flipped off an angry opponent's…

Analysis: On November 2, 2018 Forbes Senior Contributor Davey Winder reported Android Security Warning As ‘Unremovable’ Malware Infects 45,000 Phones So Far

On November 2, 2018 Forbes Senior Contributor Davey Winder reported Android Security Warning As Unremovable’ Malware Infects 45,000 Phones So Far (link).


Davey Winder wrote, "It is not unusual for Android smartphone users to be the target of malware, which is hardly surprising given that there are more than 2.5 billion active Android devices out there." Winder supported an undefined time record: Android smartphone users are malware targets because he gave an undefined maximum total Android device count.

Winder next claimed: cybersecurity criminals will never not follow money, but more users threaten themselves, but they can become worse infected. On the problem, the Xhelper malware, Winder reported: after uninstalled, the Xhelper malware can reinstall, but after a FDR (factory data reset) this malware can reinstall. On Symantec, Winder reporter May Ying Tee's analysis: this software is not a system applications, but the FDR is the solution.

What Symantec's May…

To Priyab Dash's Blog, a Response: Issues with VSCODE License — You should worry

On October 27, 2019, Priyab Dash wrote Issues with VSCODE License — You should worry.

On my development experience, Dash's criticism #ad Dash wrote, "We developers are very particular about our IDEs and with a good reason." Dash accorded, I, a, developer, with a good reason, am a very particular Integrated Development Environment surrounding. Dash wrote that I spend my major development time: with an Integrated Development Environment, unknown and unspecific work, and love and care choosing the right Integrated Development Environment. Dash wrote I also spend unknown and unspecific time: seeing the ecosystem category, the Integrated Development Environment providing, and why my other community members use it.
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In Scripture, priests instructed: good.
To his Roman-located family, the Tarsus man, Saul, attributed his name, "Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good." (Rom 12:21, NIV).
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I do the work #ad As Saul wrote, Dash should…

Google: Quantum Supremacy

On October 23, 2019, Ian Randall wrote Google says it has achieved 'quantum supremacy' with super computer that  'can complete TEN THOUSAND years' work in just three minutes' (link)




Ten Thousand Years Randall wrote: with a processor that performed minutes work, Google claimed a quantum computing breakthrough, and the same task would have taken classic computers ten thousand years. Next, Randall reported quantum supremacy, a proposition achieved, for it surpassed normal computers: in computer research, this had been a decades-long goal.

A Fledgling Technology After that, Randall wrote that the results, faster computing, was proven: in the real world, no sneak physical law stopped this, reported researchers. In Randall's technology article, quantum computing is a fledgling technology, and it uses the abnormal quantum physics: to achieve greater information processed. 
To Quantum Computers, the von Neumann Computer On normal computing, Randall reported: von Neumann c…

A cutting-plane method for contiguity-constrained spatial aggregation

A Cutting Plane Method for a Special AggregationOn November 28, 2017 AD, the Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn, Germany accepted an article: by Johannes Oehrlein and Jan-Henrik Haunert, a cutting-plane method for contiguity-constrained spatial aggregation (link).

Planar Subdivisions are Geographic Space StructuresOehrlein and Haunert wrote that planar subdivisions are regular 'geographic space' structures. Oehrlein and Haunert used the same integer linear programs, but the constraints ensured contiguity differences. Next, Oehrlein and Haunert adapted a Shirabe model: on spatial unit allocation. After that, Oehrlein and Haunert wrote: area aggregation is an important map-generalization step; but it contains line simplication, selection, and displacement. Further, the cutting-plane methodOehrlein and Haunert used is a growth: on the ILP basis, the method parts are Objective, Constraints, and an exponent constraint number called contiguity constraints. Us…

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