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Would you try Victoria Beckham’s sleeve styling trick?

All eyes were on Victoria Beckham last weekend as she attended the nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle. And, while many fashion fans noticed that she had channelled a similar look to the one she wore at Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding in 2011, the internet was also talking about the interesting way she was styling her sleeves.

Her dress – which was, naturally, bespoke Victoria Beckham – featured sleeves with a slit up the side and a cuff at the wrist. However, Beckham chose not to put her hands through the cuffs, which led to a little confusion on Twitter as to whether she had done it on purpose.

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Samsung scans the world for game-changing AI

SEOUL — Samsung Electronics[1] is investing in European startups specializing in artificial intelligence technology, with expectations that they will become the next growth engine for the world’s largest smartphone maker and leading chipmaker. Samsung Catalyst Fund, the South Korean company’s venture fund, participated last month in £15 million series B investments, or the second round of funding, in Swedish map data company Mapillary along with four other investors, according to industry-data provider Crunchbase. Mapillary is the world’s largest collaborative street-level imagery platform, whose map data and technology can be applied to autonomous driving.

Earlier this month, Samsung Next, another venture fund, invested in Beekeeper, a Zurich, Switzerland-based digital workplace app developer, according to an industry source familiar with the matter. Beekeeper digitizes the nondesk workforce by connecting operational systems and communication channels. “Samsung invested in the company for its AI projects, but the amount is not that big at this moment,” said the source, who asked not to be named. “The company is moving to strengthen its AI sector with the investments.”

Samsung’s investments in Europe come after Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong’s business trip to the continent in March, his first overseas outreach since being released from prison in February. Lee is gearing up to reconnect with his global network after the Seoul High Court suspended his his two-and-half-year sentence[2] on corruption charges involving South Korea’s former president, Park Geun-hye. Samsung is also opening new AI labs in the U.K., Canada and Russia this month, and it plans to employ more than 1,000 researchers by 2020.

That comes after it launched its first AI research center in Seoul in November, followed by another one in California’s Silicon Valley in January. “I am sure that these centers will help Samsung become a game-changer in the upcoming AI era,” said Kim Hyun-seok, CEO of Samsung Electronics, in a speech on Tuesday at the launch of its Cambridge AI center in the U.K. Samsung has long been a leading hardware company — producing smartphones, semiconductors and home appliances — but it is shifting its focus to AI technology as it seeks to narrow the gap with global technology giants, such as Google and Amazon.

At the annual CES exhibition in Las Vegas in January, Samsung introduced its internet of things platform, Smart Things, which connects and controls its home appliances. “Samsung Electronics wants to expand its internet of things tech to intelligence of things by using its AI-based voice assistant Bixby,” said Kim Roko, an analyst at Hana Financial Investment. “The company plans to connect smartphones and home appliances, and further link to cars through its auto electricity platform.” Shares of Samsung Electronics fell 0.8% to 51,400 won on Thursday, after gaining 4.9% in the past three sessions.

The benchmark Kospi dipped 0.2% to 2,466.01 on Thursday.


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4 Key Google Slides Tips and Tricks to Know


Google Slides is arguably the leading free slideshow presentation app. Microsoft PowerPoint is more feature-rich, but the excessive cost of an Office 365 subscription Office 365 vs. Office 2016: Which Is Cheaper in the Long Run? Office 365 vs.

Office 2016: Which Is Cheaper in the Long Run? Contrary to popular belief, Office 365 is not a greed-driven move to make more money. Office 2016 and Office 365 serve different audiences. We’ll show you which one is better value for you. Read More means many people have converted to Google’s product.

So, if Google Slides forms an important part of your daily workflow, keep reading. We’re going to introduce you to four quick tricks that’ll instantly turn you into a power user.

1. Zoom In and Out

If you like to create beautiful, artistic slides, you might need to focus on one part of a slide in more detail.

It’s easy to do. To zoom in, press Control + Shift + Plus. To zoom out, press Control + Shift + Minus.


Dictate Your Slides With Voice

Are you working on a long presentation? It’s no fun to spend all day typing. Why not try dictating your slides instead?

To dictate a slide, go to Tools > Voice type speaker notes. It will bring up a small microphone icon on your screen. Click on it and start talking.

3. Add Sound to Your Presentations

It’s relatively straightforward to add images and videos to one of your slides, but what about audio?

There’s no “Insert” button for audio in the same way as there is for other media. The solution? Just copy and paste the URL of a YouTube video, Spotify song, or other online audio track.

The sound will start playing when the slide in question pops up.

4. Present via Chromecast

Who needs HDMI cables these days? As long as you take a Chromecast with you, you present directly from your computer to the screen without a cable in sight.

Go to Present > Present on another screen to get started. If you’d like to learn more, we’ve got you covered. We’ve given you tips on how to use videos in the Google Slides app 4 Essential Tips When Using Videos in Google Slides 4 Essential Tips When Using Videos in Google Slides It isn’t enough to just dump videos in a slide and call it a day.

The best presenters know these nifty video tricks when using Google Slides. Read More , explained how to auto-loop presentations Yes, You Can Auto-Loop Google Slides Presentations Yes, You Can Auto-Loop Google Slides Presentations Google Slides is a great for creating slideshows, but the option to loop presentations isn’t easy to find.

Here’s how to enable it. Read More , and a whole lot more.


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