Surveillance captures man stealing truck from Miami home

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – Surveillance video captured the moment a man stole a truck from a Miami home.The video shows a man as he broke into a Ford pick-up truck before driving off, early Thursday morning.The owners were asleep inside the home on Northwest 32nd Place and Sixth Street at the time of the theft.If you have any information on this theft, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img

Opera promises better memory usage in Opera 39

first_imgOpera promises better memory usage in Opera 39 by Martin Brinkmann on July 27, 2016 in Opera – Last Update: July 27, 2016 – 11 commentsOpera announced yesterday that the company has been experimenting with a new memory Heap compaction feature in the Dev and Beta versions of Opera for some time.The new feature promises better memory usage in Opera 39 and newer by adding a heap compaction phase to the browser’s memory management functionality.Basically, what the new memory management feature does is reduce memory fragmentation of the web browser by adding the heap compaction function to it.We attacked memory fragmentation by implementing a cheap, single-pass inplace compaction of heaps (picture a “heap” as the “cupboard” in the analogy above). The benefits are two-fold: less heap memory is allocated, and live objects are packed tighter, thereby increasing memory locality and speed of access.The new function adds two benefits to the browser according to Opera: first, it reduces the amount of heap memory allocated at any given point in time. Second, it improves memory locality and therefore speed of access.Heap Compaction in Opera 39Opera ran some tests on popular sites and noticed noticeable heap size reductions. On The New York Times website, heap size went down to 4.0 MB from 9.0 MB. Similar improvements were measured on Gmail, Amazon or Wikipedia where heap size almost always halved or saw an even better reduction than that.One should not confuse heap size with overall memory use of the browser though. A quick, unscientific test of my own showed no noticeable improvements in Opera Developer (with heap compaction) over Opera Stable (without heap compaction).The methodology I used was simple: open x sites in Opera Developer and Stable, and compare memory use in Windows Explorer after a while. Obviously, this is not the best of methodologies and a scientific test would use other memory measurement tools for that and probably some automation on top of that.This does not mean that there is no improvement though, and it is likely that your mileage will vary depending on the sites you visit and your actions on those sites.Opera plans to integrate heap compaction in the Blink engine. If the company does that, all other Blink-based browsers, Chrome and Vivaldi for instance, will benefit from the feature as well.The company has added several new features to its web browser recently. This includes a Battery Saver feature to save battery, a browser proxy to improve user privacy, and a built-in ad blocker.Now You: How big of a role plays a browser’s memory use for you?SummaryArticle NameOpera promises better memory usage in Opera 39DescriptionOpera announced yesterday that the company has been experimenting with a new memory Heap compaction feature in the Dev and Beta versions of Opera for some time.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more