On 3 September, at Tempodrum exhibition in Berlin, Germany, Samsung Electronics will present Samsung Gear S2 smart-watch, which is a round-shaped device with an intuitive interface.
The smart-watch is available in two variants – Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic. Samsung Gear S2 will become available in October Colour schemes include dark grey with dark grey strap or silver with white strap. Samsung Gear S2 Classic, on the other hand, will be available in black with a leather strap, as reported by the manufacturer.
Samsung Gear S2 has a 11.4 mm frame. With a round, 1.2 collas diameter display and 360×360 screen resolution, Gear S2 provides a clear picture. The new Tizen OS and 1GHz processor allows the device to function quickly and effectively, promises Samsung.
Owners of the smart-watch will be able to follow news updates, check the calendar, e-mail and send messages directly from the watch. There will also be a 3G model of Gear S2 available on the market.
In addition, Samsung Gear S2 also includes new fitness functions: a 24-hour activity register to help keep track of daily exercises and progress. The device also has a function to remind the user and motivate him or her to perform sports.
Samsung Gear S2 is fitted with NFC technology that allows the user to perform mobile micro-payments without having a wallet nearby. Samsung also cooperates partners from a range of different industries in order to expand and improve the possible forms of application of wearables.
The device’s battery can last two to three days without recharging. In order to recharge the device, it can be placed on wireless recharging devices.
A report about guerrilla fighting against the Soviet occupation after World War II is among hundreds of thousands of declassified documents published online by the United States Central Intelligence Agency.
People no longer believe in their own country, because they associate it with people who make decisions
The biggest threat to Latvia is the fact that society, including state officials, is afraid. People are afraid of change, afraid of voicing their thoughts (thoughts that often do not comply with the politically correct stance), afraid of being misunderstood. Fear makes it harder to develop. It limits people’s internal freedom. Such is the opinion Inga Antane, president of Baltic Association – Transport and Logistics and sworn attorney of Triniti law firm, explained in her interview to Atbalsts.
This week, the Lithuanian Parliament has overwhelmingly approved a renewed National Security Strategy, laying out 14 major hazards and risk factors to national security.
Every euro invested in advertisement has seven times the influence on a country’s GDP. Every one euro brings seven euros in return to the country’s GDP, as emphasized by Latvian Advertising Association, noting that advertisement sector contributes to employment in all of the European Union.
According to information provided to the parliament, six deputies were applied with administrative penalties during Saeima’s autumn session.
The economic growth of Estonia in 2017 will be slower than previously expected, Swedbank economists have announced lowering their previous economic forecast for the Baltic country by 0.2% to 2.2%.
Latvian State Revenue Service’s Finance Police has successfully apprehended two organized crime groups that caused significant damage to the state budget in 2015 and 2016 by realizing different VAT fraud schemes.
The Estonian government has decided to drop special pensions and to push forward with plans regarding other significant changes in the pension system, including tying the retirement age to the average life expectancy.
Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau intends to inspect if the approval of acting head of Riga City Council’s Transport Department Emils Jakrins in the management board of Rīgas satiksme had any signs of breach of good management principles.
Italy has been shaken by a number of earthquakes this week, one of which has triggered an avalanche burying a mountain hotel, where at least two people have been found dead and dozens more a searched for through rubble and snow.
Weather in Latvia will not be stable in the next couple of days – cloudy weather with some precipitation will be mixed with periods of clear sky, according to State Environmental, Geology and Meteorology Centre.
Experts say container cargoes have the potential to bring major contribution to the logistics sector. With that, LDz Logistics intends to continue organizing the next container train from China, as well as cooperate with partners from Belarus and China in the context of the Great Stone industrial park, as BNN was informed by Transport Ministry’s representative Ilze Greiskalna.
It will no longer be necessary to prepare land border plan for entry of land units in the Land Book. It will help save budget funds, as it will not be necessary to perform land-measuring actions, as reported by Saeima press-service.
The Competition Council is concerned about Latvijas Gāze’s behaviour in the process of liberalization of the country’s gas market. Economy Ministry has submitted a draft of the Gas Trade and Use Rules to the Cabinet of Ministers Committee for review.
Berlin has emphasised plans to increase defence spending after facing criticism from upcoming U.S. President Donald Trump on NATO countries not meeting their spending commitments.
On Thursday, 19 January, Latvia’s Saeima approved the Aircraft Passenger Data Processing Law in the final reading. This will form the passenger data registry.
After a long period of low milk purchase prices in Estonia, milk retail prices in the Baltic country have increased twice, reaching the point where famers receive just enough to cover milk production costs.
In spite of a 16.44% turnover decline, Ventspils Freeport bought a lux-class Audi A8L W12 for EUR 156,000 last year. It’s only known passenger so far has been the formally suspended chairman of Ventspils City Council Aivars Lembergs, as reported by Latvijas Avīze.
Estonia and Finland have signed a bilateral defence cooperation framework agreement aiming for closer and more regular cooperation in the field by the neighbouring countries.
In Tokyo, Latvian Finance Minister Dana Reizniece-Ozola and Japanese Foreign Ministry’s Parliamentary Vice-Minister Motome Takisawa signed a convention between the two countries on double taxation prevention for income tax.
Real estate tax benefits for housing area could be applied for each person declared living in each respective house. Each benefit can be applied to the building and land, Finance Ministry’s representative Aleksis Jarockis reported on conclusions made by the work group responsible for amendments.
The main suspect of the attack in Istanbul, which left 39 people dead during New Year’s celebrations, had selected randomly the place of attack.
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