World Online News

    Global BlockChain Platform

    RSS European Latests News

    • Poland, Hungary under rule of law spotlight October 1, 2020
      Europe faces important challenges to the rule of law, an EU-wide report published Wednesday by the Commission shows, highlighting the threat to Poland's judicial independence and corruption in Hungary.
    • Brussels unveils 'smarter' customs plan October 1, 2020
      The EU Commission launched a new Customs Union Action Plan Monday, setting out a series of measures to make EU customs 'smarter, more innovative and more efficient' over the next four years.
    • EU begins legal action against UK for breaching legal obligations October 1, 2020
      Following Britain's refusal to remove parts of its draft Internal Market Bill by end September, the Commission began legal action Thursday for the UK's breach of obligations under the Withdrawal Agreement.
    • EU fines car parts cartel EUR 18m September 30, 2020
      The Commission fined car parts suppliers Brose and Kiekert a total of EUR 18 million Tuesday for taking part in two cartels concerning supplies of closure systems for cars in the European Economic Area.
    • EUR 87.4 bn to support workers through COVID-19 September 29, 2020
      The EU Council approved Friday financial support of EUR 87.4 bn to 16 Member States in the form of EU loans under SURE - a temporary EU instrument to mitigate unemployment risks during the COVID-19 crisis.
    • Brussels to appeal Apple tax state aid case in Ireland September 29, 2020
      The EU Commission decided Friday to appeal a European Court of Justice judgement which annulled a 2016 EC decision finding that Ireland granted illegal State aid to Apple through selective tax breaks.
    • Leuven is Europe's Capital of Innovation 2020 September 25, 2020
      The city of Leuven in Belgium is the European Capital of Innovation 2020, in recognition of its excellent innovation concepts as well as its processes and governance models that enable ideas come to life.
    • EU provisionally agrees to reduce Baltic fishing fleet September 25, 2020
      The EU Council and European Parliament provisionally agreed Tuesday on measures to support fishermen affected by difficult stocks situations in the Baltic Sea including scrapping vessels.
    • Record levels of cocaine in Europe: EU drugs agency September 23, 2020
      Increase in cocaine availability with seizures at a record high, a near doubling of heroin seizures and high availability of high purity drugs are the stand-out points of the European Drug Report published Tuesday.
    • Digitalisation of European industry lagging: EU auditors September 23, 2020
      Europe's industry is not fully benefiting from advanced technologies to innovate and remain competitive, EU auditors said Tuesday, with some countries still lacking national digitalisation strategies.

How to Use Siri to Set the Scene for Romance

siri-romance-scene

Yesterday we showed you how to create a DIY Wi-Fi light that could be controlled with Siri; today we’re going to build on that knowledge to make Siri to work with a Sonos sound system too, then put it all together in a romantic scene. Check out the end result: The video above was not faked, or staged — everything is possible using Siri, and the guide below. No jailbreak is required, though there is some programming, for which I’ve provided the code. Things You’ll Need: Raspberry Pi iOS device Siri-compatible coloured lighting, such as Philips Hue with a 2nd generation hub, or…

Read the full article: How to Use Siri to Set the Scene for Romance

MakeUseOf

Comments

So empty here ... leave a comment!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Sidebar



DutchEnglishFrenchGermanItalianPolishSpanish