As IoT products bring convenience to your life, they also make your home vulnerable to threats.If the cybercriminal gets access to your data they can hack all the devices.Thereby, IoT security is a growing concern these days.So, long story short, there are few tips that help you secure your smarthome with the magical smart devices, have a glance below; Router Name It is the first step to change your Wi-Fi router name to something different that doesn't relate to your personal identity.When you buy the router, it has its own make and model name and password that is easy to identify if the cybercriminal get access to your device.Be unique and creative in assigning the router name that doesn’t show any kind of personal data.If your router is an old model and only supports WPA protocol, you must change it or upgrade it.
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  The Xbox Series S, an unannounced version of Microsoft's new video game console, has been revealed by the packaging for Microsoft's new Xbox controller. The packaging says the controller is for use with the "Xbox Series X/S," according to The Verge and other gamers who were able to find the new Xbox controller. Microsoft announced the Xbox Series X in December 2019 and plans to launch the console during the 2020 holiday season, but the existence of the Xbox Series S has not been officially confirmed. Based on past rumors, the Xbox Series S will be cheaper and slightly less powerful than the Series X, and may not feature a disc drive. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The Xbox Series S, an unannounced version of Microsoft's next generation Xbox, was inadvertently revealed by never-before-seen Xbox controllers found in the US. Ads offering the controllers for sale appeared on the website OfferUp and reporters for The Verge verified the device as genuine. Packaging for a white version of the next generation Xbox controller said it was for use with the "Xbox Series X/S " as well as the Xbox One, clearly indicating that two new Xbox consoles are in production. The Xbox Series X, which Microsoft unveiled in December 2019, has only been seen in black so far. Xbox series X controller found in the wild!! — Zak S (@zakk_exe) August 9, 2020 Microsoft has yet to officially confirm the existence of the Xbox Series S, and the Xbox Series X is still awaiting an exact release date, so it's unclear why controllers for the next gen consoles are already being sent to stores. Another Xbox Series X | S controller has been found in the wild. Both this controller and the one in the Verge article are located in Chicago. If you are in the Chicago area, check your local classifieds, OfferUp, see if you can find more. from r/SeriesXbox Microsoft's Xbox Series X is set to launch during the holiday season, replacing the company's flagship Xbox One X console. Microsoft has been solely promoting the arrival of the Series X for months but rumors have long suggested that the company was working on a more affordable, though less powerful console without a disc drive to launch alongside the Series X. Sony has already confirmed that it will launch the PlayStation 5 this fall with a "digital edition" that omits the console's disc drive. It's presumed that the digital PS5 will be cheaper, but both Sony and Microsoft have yet to release pricing details for their upcoming consoles. Microsoft adopted a multi-tiered pricing strategy for Xbox consoles with the Xbox One X and Xbox One S in 2017. In July 2020, Microsoft confirmed that Xbox One X and Xbox One S All-Digital consoles would be ending production, though the Xbox One S will remain in production. Games designed for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will continue to work with all versions of the Xbox One thanks to a feature Microsoft is calling Smart Delivery. Smart Delivery provides the appropriate digital version for whichever Xbox console is being used by the player, so they'll have the best possible quality for their machine.Xbox Series S specs The Xbox Series X was codenamed Project Scarlett during development, while Microsoft's weaker console was reportedly codenamed Lockhart. The more powerful Scarlett was said to target 60 frames per second at 4K resolution for Xbox games, while Lockhart targeted 60fps at 1440p. Months later, it seems likely that Lockhart has become the Xbox Series S, though the console's technical specifications haven't been confirmed. We'll update this section with more details once they're announced. Xbox Series S price and release date Pricing and specific release date details for the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X are unknown, but rumors suggest that Microsoft will provide more information on the consoles during an August showcase. The Xbox Series X is expected to arrive this fall, and it's possible that the Series S will launch alongside it. Microsoft is planning the official launch of its mobile video game service, Project xCloud, on September 15 and several third-party controllers and peripherals are set to release on the same date.
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Vornado Realty Trust began installing facial recognition systems in buildings it owns in New York City five years ago.  The company, one of the city's largest commercial landlords with 19 million square feet across 35 buildings, recently expanded its use of the tech to 11 buildings and plans to roll it out across its entire portfolio. The coronavirus pandemic has prompted landlords to scramble to create seamless and touchless methods for tenants to pass through lobby security and dispatch elevators.  Vornado believes its use of facial recognition could help it encourage tenants to return to the pot-Covid workplace.   Vornado executives say the company uses facial recognition responsibly, allowing tenants to opt in and out voluntarily and securing and anonymizing the data.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Vornado Realty Trust, among New York City's largest office landlords, said it uses facial recognition in portions of its expansive portfolio and plans to expand its use of the controversial technology as workers are expected to migrate back to the office in the coming months. The nearly $7 billion public company, which controls 19 million square feet across 35 properties in Manhattan, is one of the only major commercial landlords to embrace face reading, a technology that has raised public concerns over surveillance and privacy. In a conversation with Business Insider, Vornado executives described the company's deployment of facial recognition in detail for the first time, stating that it was part of a push to modernize its buildings technologically in recent years and create more convenient entry systems for tenants. Read More: Facial-recognition could be coming to your office. Here's how companies are pitching the tech to landlords and trying to allay privacy concerns. Touchless methods that allow employees in large office buildings to quickly pass through lobby security and dispatch an elevator have gained importance amid the coronavirus pandemic as tenants have become concerned about the transmission of germs in public spaces and the workplace. Vornado has used facial-recognition in some office buildings for the past five years In Vornado's case, the company has employed face-reading systems in its buildings for the past five years, it said, positioning it as a potential leader in creating the kind of accessibility that landlords hope will encourage a return to the office. "We are constantly looking to adopt new, cutting-edge technologies that will make our buildings more efficient and life more convenient for our tenants," said David Greenbaum, Vornado's vice chairman and one of the company's senior leaders.  Greenbaum said that he first began discussing the technology with Vornado's chairman and CEO, Steve Roth, about six years ago after noticing that some tenants in Vornado properties had to carry with them two entry cards, one to clear through a building's turnstiles and another to access the doors to their specific space. Read More: Facebook just reached a blockbuster deal to lease the massive Farley Building in NYC as a tech and engineering hub. Here's why it's a huge win for a shaken office market. Facial recognition offered the promise of creating an entry credential that required no phone, wallet, or access card. Prior to 2020, the company installed the systems in 5 of its buildings. It later sold one of those office properties, leaving the company with 4 buildings where facial recognition is in operation. This year it accelerated work to install the technology in 7 additional buildings after Covid-19 hit. Those systems are now operational. The company plans to install face-reading systems in its entire portfolio, but has not laid out a timeline when that work will be complete. Among the buildings where it will soon deploy the technology are One and Two Penn Plaza, large office properties that the company is in the process of extensively renovating. Among the buildings where face reading is already in operation is the large Midtown office tower, 1290 Avenue of the Americas, and 340 West 34th Street, where Amazon has offices. Vornado will also have face-reading cameras at the Farley Building, where it just signed a blockbuster lease with Facebook to occupy the over 700,000 square feet of office space at the property, which Vornado is redeveloping.   How office workers can opt in to facial recognition  Tenants can opt in and out of the system voluntarily and there is about a 40% participation rate in the 4 properties that had the technology prior to 2020, a total of about 6,000 of the 15,000 office employees who work in those properties.  "Virtually everyone who has used the technology has liked it," Greenbaum said. "I never had a preconceived notion of what the adoption rate would be, but as our tenants see others using it, they are becoming increasingly comfortable with the technology." It isn't clear yet what the participation rate will be in the 7 properties where the technology was recently brought online because most tenants haven't yet returned to the workplace, Vornado said. Gaston Silva, the company's New York area chief operating officer, said that tenants who participate have their photo taken and that their biometric data is stored anonymously in onsite systems. "Every face is assigned a number that is disassociated from someone's identity," Silva said. "The information is encrypted and stored on systems that cannot be accessed from the internet." Many landlords have shied away from using facial recognition technology, especially as controversies have erupted over its use. China uses it to surveil its citizens and oppress the Uyghurs, a minority population of Muslim citizens along its western border, actions that have drawn worldwide condemnation. Clearview AI created an algorithm that pulled billions of faces from pictures posted on the internet, creating a database that could be used to identify nearly anyone. "Based on my conversations with tenants, many find the concept of facial recognition to be creepy and they are opposed to the idea," said Craig Deitelzweig, CEO of Marx Realty, which has a portfolio of 4.6 million square feet of commercial space. Facial-recognition proponents insist there are ethical ways to use the technology, including by taking the key steps of receiving consent from participants, securely storing their data, being transparent how it is used, and giving participants the right to opt out. Vornado has used third-party facial reading technology and outside vendors to help it deploy the systems in its buildings, partners it declined to name. On its website, Vornado states that it uses the security company GMSC, which is owned by Vornado and has its headquarters in the Vornado-owned office building Eleven Penn Plaza, to help it manage tenants and visitor access to its buildings and "biometric facial recognition installation and enrollment assistance." GMSC, on its website, says it handles security work for Amazon, Facebook, and Bloomberg, all three of which are tenants in Vornado's New York portfolio. Subsequent to deploying face-reading systems, Vornado developed mobile applications that allow tenants to use their smart phone to pass through lobby security. Some tenants prefer facial recognition, Greenbaum said. "In fact, facial recognition is easier than using your phone," Greenbaum said. "If you are on a call when you enter the building, you likely would prefer not to move the phone from your ear in order to bring it closer to the turnstile." Have a tip? Contact Daniel Geiger at [email protected] or via encrypted messaging app Signal at +1 (646) 352-2884, or Twitter DM at @dangeiger79. You can also contact Business Insider securely via SecureDrop. SEE ALSO: Facebook just reached a blockbuster deal to lease the massive Farley Building in NYC as a tech and engineering hub. Here's why it's a huge win for a shaken office market. 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The advertising-technology industry hires internationally for many technical roles including engineering and product management. The Trade Desk and Roku — two of the largest firms that employ adtech staff — have market caps that exceed ad agency holding companies Publicis, Omnicom, and Interpublic Group. Business Insider analyzed the US Office of Foreign Labor Certification's 2019 disclosure data for six big adtech firms: Xandr, MediaMath, Amobee, Magnite, Roku, and The Trade Desk to see how much companies pay for roles. High-paying jobs for a director of engineering and VP of product management paid, respectively, $237,000 and $200,000, while lower-paying roles like a revenue operations specialist paid $62,000. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The adtech industry hires talent from all the world to create products and business models that help advertisers fine-tune their ad targeting. Similar to tech giants like Facebook, Google, and Amazon, adtech firms particularly look for international talent to fill technical roles like engineering, data scientists, and product management. Adtech firms have been facing growing pressure as advertisers slash spending during the coronavirus and investors' demand for solid returns has caused funding for some of the oldest firms like ad networks to dry up. Some smaller firms have sold or adopted new business models, while The Trade Desk and Roku have gotten bigger — market caps for those two companies combined now exceed the combined market caps for advertising agency holding companies WPP, Omnicom, Publicis, and Interpublic Group. Consolidation aside, some adtech firms continue to hire in areas like engineering and business development. US-based adtech companies file paperwork when they hire international employees and are required to list base salary. The US Department of Labor's Office of Foreign Labor Certification releases that information every year in one huge data dump. Business Insider analyzed data for adtech roles from six large firms —Amobee, Magnite, MediaMath, Roku, The Trade Desk, and Xandr — to see what adtech companies paid employees. The data is from the companies' fiscal year 2019 disclosure data for all foreign workers applying for both permanent green card visas and temporary H-1B, H1B1, and E-3 visas. The data does not include every type of visa, pay rates for US-born employees, or compensation beyond base salary. The listed salaries are determined by "prevailing wages," or industry standards for similar jobs with similar qualifications, which are also listed in the OFLC data. Here is a look at how adtech salaries break down by company and role. Spokespeople for the six companies either declined to comment or did not respond to requests for comment. Amobee paid an account executive $125,000 Singtel-owned Amobee has most recently focused on data-targeted TV ads and has ramped up adtech hiring as it has acquired companies like Turn and Videology to rival Facebook and Google's tech stack. LinkedIn data shows that Amobee has 860 employees. According to OFLC data, the company filed for at least 49 visas in 2019. Here are salaries and salary ranges for jobs at Amobee: Security engineer: $90,000 Account executive: $125,000 Senior account executive: $135,000 Senior salesforce developer: $155,000 Lead research engineer: $117,000 to $144,000 Software developer, applications: $121,077 to $148,000 Senior technical program manager: $150,000 Senior software engineer: $125,000 to $180,000 Principal software engineer: $200,000 Magnite paid a director of product management $196,000 Magnite is the product of a merger earlier this year of two longtime adtech firms, Rubicon Project and Telaria. The company laid off 8% of employees in May due to the coronavirus and decision to eliminate overlapping roles of the combined workforce. Magnite has about 280 employees, according to LinkedIn data. OFLC data shows Magnite filed for about 16 visas in 2019. Here are salaries and salary ranges for jobs at Rubicon Project last year before the merger: Revenue operations specialist: $62,000 Analyst: $65,000 Data scientist: $110,000 Software development engineer: $107,000 to $140,000 Software development engineering manager: $159,289 Director of product management: $196,000 Lead technical product manager: $138,000 to $198,000 MediaMath paid a client services lead $70,000 One of the oldest adtech firms, New York-based MediaMath has raised $607.5 million, including a $225 million round from private equity firm Searchlight Capital Partners in 2018. The firm has around 580 employees, according to LinkedIn data. The firm sells a demand-side platform that agencies and brands use to buy ads programmatically. In June, Digiday reported that MediaMath hired investment bank Centerview Partners to explore a possible sale. According to OFLC data, MediaMath filed for at least 14 visas in 2019. Here are salaries and salary ranges for jobs at MediaMath: Associate, supply analytics: $65,000 to $80,000 Client services lead: $70,000 Product management manager: $71,000 Senior analyst of revenue analytics and insights: $66,000 to $86,000 Senior software engineer: $135,000 Software engineer: $108,000 to $137,000 Director of engineering: $160,000 to $180,000 VP of product management, intelligence: $200,000 to $250,000 Roku paid a senior software designer for its ad platform up to $350,000 Roku became the earliest entry in the streaming video player space when CEO and future Netflix VP Anthony Wood launched the company in 2002. It was later incorporated in 2008 after he left Netflix to get Roku's streaming platforms or "sticks" into more homes and, eventually, turning the company into an ad giant. Roku went public after building an ad infrastructure and selling placements on its homescreen and remote control, launched a self-serve ad platform, and acquired DSP dataxu for $150 million in 2019. The company reported a recent boost in revenue thanks to growth in its ad business, and it has also begun licensing its operating system to smart TV makers. But it also faces challenges from the rise of smart TVs that do not use hardware or software from Roku or prime competitor Amazon, according to a recent report by The Information. Roku employs 1,100 people, according to its most recent financial results. Per OFLC data, the company filed for at least 96 visas in 2019. Here are some salaries and salary ranges for jobs across the company:  Analyst of inventory management: $95,000 to $110,000 Senior quality assurance engineer of new products: $130,000 Software engineer in test of advertising platform: $150,000 Senior software data engineer of advertising platform: $178,500 Senior software engineer of new products for Roku TV: $235,000 Data research analyst: $225,000 to $246,500 Senior data engineer: $167,200 to $250,098 Senior software engineer of advertising platform: $154,669 to $350,000 The Trade Desk paid a senior software engineer up to $265,000 Demand-side platform The Trade Desk has become the biggest and most valuable player in its space by cozying up to the ad agencies that serve as middlemen between clients and media companies. According to its most recent annual summary, The Trade Desk employs around 1,300 people. The Trade Desk hasn't been immune to the effects of the pandemic; shares plummeted nearly one-third in March as advertisers slashed budgets. But on an August 6 earnings call, CEO Jeff Green said his company is positioned to benefit from a rapidly changing TV landscape as more consumers stream their entertainment and news and advertising that might normally go to cable networks increasingly finds its way to connected TV. The Trade Desk filed for approximately 16 temporary US visas in 2019, according to the OFLC data set. These are salaries and salary ranges for jobs across the company: Data support analyst: $48,600 to $72,900 Senior associate of learning and development: $75,355 Senior account manager: $79,200 Director of business development: $120,000 to $150,000 Senior technical account manager: $138,000 to $155,250 Software engineer: $117,800 to $176,700 Senior software engineer: $233,000 to $265,000 Xandr paid a director of engineering $237,000 Xandr is AT&T's advertising business that was recently combined into WarnerMedia and is led by chief business officer Kirk McDonald. Xandr has more than 1,400 employees, according to LinkedIn data. Before AT&T formed Xandr in 2018, the telecom company acquired adtech firm AppNexus for a reported $1.6 billion to build up its adtech stack. Xandr is building a so-called advanced advertising business that uses telecom and TV data to target audiences across devices. The company made $362 million in the second quarter. According to DoL data, Xandr applied for about 46 US visas in 2019.  Here are salaries and salary ranges for jobs at Xandr: Associate director of product management: $129,000 to $185,000 Software engineer: $134,000 to $175,000 Senior monetization analyst: $140,000 Senior salesforce developer: $150,000 Senior systems administrator: $149,000 Director of engineering: $237,000 Read more of Business Insider's coverage of adtech companies: Meet 18 firms solving companies' giant problems selling and advertising on Amazon Walmart is pushing harder into advertising with a new tool that shows if people buy a product after seeing an ad for it Funding is drying up for digital ad firms. 2 founders turned investors who weathered the 2008 crash say what adtech companies can do to survive. 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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is the richest person in the world, with a net worth of $189.2 billion. Bezos has said that he keeps meetings to a minimum. But when he does take meetings, two pizzas should be enough to feed everyone present. Research suggests that workers are sitting through more meetings during the pandemic — which could potentially derail their productivity. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's been a big month for Jeff Bezos, Amazon's CEO and the richest person in the world. On July 29, Bezos, along with other tech titans, testified before the US Congress on antitrust issues. On August 6, Amazon reported that net profit had doubled from a year earlier to $5.2 billion. Amazon's share price has shot up during the pandemic that has otherwise decimated the economy. Bezos is now worth $189.2 billion, according to Forbes. One potential key to Bezos' success is that he minimizes the amount of meetings he takes. And that's something many of us can learn from these days. Recent Harvard research found that the average number of meetings went up 13% during the pandemic. (Then again, meetings are 20% shorter than usual and workers are spending 12% less time in them.) Bezos' disinclination toward meetings makes sense in the context of scientific research and expert opinion. So think twice about throwing that 30-person check-in on the calendar. Two pizza pies should be able to feed everyone in the meeting Bezos has said he meets with Amazon investors for just six hours ... a year. And he avoids early-morning meetings at all costs. One of Bezos' more creative strategies for not losing entire days to unnecessary meetings is the "two pizza rule." It's simple. The more people you pack into the meeting, the less productive the meeting will likely be. The solution? Never have a meeting where two pizzas couldn't feed the entire group. Whether you work at Amazon or another company, gathering a massive squad for your meeting may stifle creativity. In Fast Company, Rachel Gillett writes that working in smaller teams can prevent phenomena like "groupthink," when everyone agrees without evaluating ideas critically, and "social loafing," when people slack off because there are so many people present that they don't feel responsible for the outcome. Indeed, Andreessen Horowitz cofounder Ben Horowitz and Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman prefer one-on-ones to large group meetings. Meetings shouldn't be the default Business Insider has previously reported that other ingredients for a solid meeting include appointing a strong moderator, setting firm ground rules, and ensuring the discussion is relevant to all attendees beforehand. Hugo, a startup that produces connected meeting notes software, has just four hours of meetings a week, Business Insider reported. One reason is because they share updates in advance and arrange a meeting only if there's something left to discuss after everyone reviews those bullet points. While the gist of Bezos' rule is that less is more when it comes to meetings, you can also feel free to take his advice literally and bring two pizzas to your meetings every once and a while. Pizza makes everything better.SEE ALSO: Jeff Bezos is about to defend his Amazon empire before Congress. Here's how the richest person in the world makes and spends his $178 billion fortune. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Amazon just bought Whole Foods for nearly $14 billion — here's what the future of shopping could look like
Apple has launched the public beta for its watchOS 7 software update coming this fall, meaning you can try out the new features before they officially debut. The watchOS 7 update, which Apple announced in June, will bring sleep tracking, automatic hand-washing detection, and new workout options to the Apple Watch. To install the update, you must first update your iPhone to the iOS 14 beta. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple's next big software update for the Apple Watch doesn't launch until the fall, but for the first time Apple is letting watch owners try it early. Apple on Monday launched the public beta for watchOS 7, which will bring new features like sleep tracking, new workout types, and the ability to share custom watch faces with others to the Apple Watch when it debuts this fall. It's the first time Apple is offering a public beta program for the Apple Watch, after several years of doing so for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. To install an early version of the software on your Apple Watch, you must first make sure that the iPhone it's paired with is updated to the iOS 14 beta. It's also important to remember that you cannot roll your Apple Watch back to a previously-released software version once you decide to install the watchOS 7 beta. Then, navigate to Apple's beta program website on the iPhone that your Apple Watch is paired with and follow the instructions under the watchOS tab. You may be asked to log into this website with your Apple ID.  Once you've downloaded and installed the configuration profile for watchOS 7 on your paired iPhone by following Apple's instructions, the next step is to update your Apple Watch. If you have automatic updates turned on, this should happen automatically. But you can manually check for updates by opening the Watch app on your iPhone, tapping "My Watch," then pressing "General," and choosing "Software Update." You can also turn on automatic updates from here if you haven't already done so.  Apple's watchOS 7 update will bring new additions that address two of the watch's shortcomings compared to rivals like Fitbit: native sleep tracking and more customization when it comes to watch faces. With the update, the Apple Watch will use sensors like the accelerometer to gather data about how much sleep you get each night. Previously, you had to install a third-party app to measure your sleep with the Apple Watch. Brands and app makers will also be able to offer custom watch faces through the App Store and other channels like their websites, offering the closest alternative to third-party watch faces that the Apple Watch has ever had.  Otherwise, the update will also bring features like hand-washing detection to certain watch models, new complications, and workout tracking for activities like dance and core training.  SEE ALSO: Now is the worst time to buy an Apple Watch Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: What it takes to be a PGA Tour caddie
Apple could release a cheaper, 4G-only version of its expected iPhone 12 in early 2021, according to a new report from Wedbush Securities. Apple is expected to release several new iPhone models in the fall that will all support 5G connectivity. If Apple does release a cheaper 4G iPhone 12 next year, it would come after the tech giant has been leaning heavily into more affordable products to boost its iPhone business. Apple typically releases its new iPhones in late September, but the company said it's expecting to receive supply a few weeks later than usual this year.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple's annual fall iPhone launch is steadily approaching, but that may not be all the tech giant has in store when it comes to smartphone launches in the next several months. Apple may release a cheaper version of the iPhone 12 that comes with 4G connectivity instead of support for 5G networks, says a new research note from Wedbush Securities written by analysts Daniel Ives, Strecker Backe, and Ahmad Khalil.  Wedbush initially expected Apple to launch a mix of 4G and 5G-enabled versions of its iPhone 12 this fall. But the firm revised its predictions after its most recent Asia supply chain checks, now saying that it expects to see multiple 5G iPhones in the fall and a cheaper 4G model in early 2021. Apple did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment.  Apple could launch this 4G-only variant around the February time frame, Ives told Business Insider. This version of the iPhone 12 is also expected to be cheaper than the 5G models launching in September. Other details about the device are unclear, but Ives predicts that Apple could price the non-5G iPhone at around $800. He also said that Apple isn't likely to raise the prices of this year's iPhones, even for the models that do include 5G. The company is likely to launch some 5G models below $1,000 and others that are priced similarly to the iPhone 11 Pro, echoing predictions he made last month. "Price points will be aggressive as Apple goes after their broader customer base," Ives said. "Especially in a recession, in a COVID-19 backdrop, they need to make sure they're hitting all price categories." If Apple does release a cheaper 4G iPhone in early 2021, it would come as the company has been increasingly focused on more affordable devices to boost its smartphone sales. Last fall, for example, it launched the $700 iPhone 11, which is $50 cheaper than the iPhone XR's starting price of $750 when it debuted the previous year. The iPhone 11 was the most popular smartphone in the world during the first quarter of 2020, overtaking the iPhone XR, according to market research firm Omdia.  More recently, Apple launched the $400 iPhone SE in April, a bet that's already paying off for the tech behemoth. Apple attributed the growth that its iPhone division experienced in its fiscal third-quarter to positive reception of the iPhone SE, among other factors, the company said during its recent earnings call. Apple is expected to release four versions of the iPhone 12 this fall, all of which are said to come with 5G connectivity according to reports. Apple may introduce new size options and a refreshed design that more closely resembles that of the iPad Pro, according to reports from TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and Bloomberg.  Apple typically unveils its new iPhones in mid-September and begins selling them later that same month, but the company said it expects supply of its next-generation iPhone to arrive a few weeks later than usual this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. SEE ALSO: Apple's iPhone 12 is expected to bring major changes like a new design, 5G, and 3D cameras — here's everything we know about it so far Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Swayze Valentine is the only female treating fighters' cuts and bruises inside the UFC octagon
Rise in investment by government to improve connectivity within region, increase in investment in defense & submarine cables by various organizations, and surge in demand for higher bandwidth cables & connectors among different industries have boosted the growth of the global cables & connector market.However, complex fault detection and removal process of errors hamper the market growth.On the contrary, surge in government initiative to surge connectivity in rural areas of developing countries and growing number of data centers are expected to create lucrative opportunities for the market players in the coming years.According to the report, the global cables & connector industry generated $86.14 billion in 2029, and is expected to reach $160.93 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 8.3% from 2020 to 2027.COVID-19 scenario: The emergence of Covid-19 has greatly affected the global cables & connector market.The majority of the auto supply chain is connected to China, and it would impact negatively on the sale of cables and connectors.During this pandemic, organizations are reluctant to invest big capital on new business models, hiring workforce, and every additional expense apart from essentials.External cables and connector segment dominated the marketBy product type, the external cables and connector segment held the largest share in 2019, accounting for more than two-thirds of the global cables & connector market, due to increase in deployment of data centers across the globe, rise in demand for enhanced network bandwidth, and the emergence of smart cities & smart factories.However, the internal cables and connector segment is anticipated to portray the highest CAGR of 9.4% during the forecast period, owing to the supportive government initiatives and plans to drive digitization & promote the adoption of eco-friendly electric products such as electric vehicles.Read More:  USB cables & connector segment to manifest highest CAGR through 2027By installation, the USB cables & connector segment is expected to register the highest CAGR of 11.3% during the study period, due to increase in demand for digital data storage and the emergence of USB 3.0 and 3.1 standards for high-speed data transfer.However, the external cables and connector segment held the largest share in 2019, contributing to more than two-fifths of the global cables & connector market, owing to changing customer preference and aggrandized generation of data.Asia-Pacific, followed by North America, held the largest shareBy region, the global cables & connector market across Asia-Pacific held the largest share in 2019, accounting for nearly two-fifths of the market.Moreover, the market across this region is projected to portray the highest CAGR of 10.4% during the forecast period, owing to huge investment in infrastructure, energy, and technology development by the developing nation of such as India, China, and Japan.
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Hyundai's launched a new battery-electric brand on Sunday, and it'll be called "Ioniq."  The Ioniq started out as an electrified Hyundai five-door car, which launched in 2016. The move to branch the name into its own brand is similar to what Hyundai did with Genesis in 2015. Hyundai says it wants to sell 1 million battery-electric cars by 2025. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Electrified cars are no longer the things of science fiction. They're gaining popularity, with automaker after automaker launching new models and dedicated EV brands. Hyundai just became the latest. The Hyundai Ioniq, which started life as Hyundai's electrified five-door compact car, is now the namesake of a dedicated battery-electric brand that the Korean automaker launched on Sunday.  Ioniq's brand mission, Hyundai announced, will combine what the company says Hyundai EVs currently offer — fast charging, roomy interiors, battery power — with futuristic innovations that blend technology, service, and design. And the strategy is aggressive: Hyundai wants to sell a million battery-electric vehicles and "become a leader in the global EV field" by 2025.  Ioniq-brand cars will use an EV-dedicated platform, called the Electric Global Modular Platform. With E-GMP, Hyundai promises "plentiful driving range" and fast-charging capabilities. Additionally, Ioniq cars will have wireless connectivity and other features that create a "smart living space," Hyundai said.  Models launched under the Ioniq brand will be named with numbers and follow a pattern: even numbers for sedans and odd numbers for SUVs. Up first will be the Ioniq 5 — a mid-size CUV that we can expect in early 2021, which will be based on the 45 EV concept from the 2019 Frankfurt International Motor Show. After, in 2022, the Ioniq 6 will follow. It'll be based on Hyundai's Prophecy EV concept. The Ioniq 7 "large SUV" will come in early 2024.  This isn't the first time Hyundai has spun a new brand off of one of its existing vehicles. Its luxury arm, Genesis, began as a sedan in the late 2000s. In 2015, Hyundai separated the Genesis name off to become its own luxury brand. Shortly after, the Hyundai Genesis Coupe, which also existed during this time, was killed off in 2016. The original Hyundai Genesis sedan was rebadged to become the Genesis G80.  The move to launch an electrified standalone brand is also similar to Polestar, which is jointly owned by Volvo and its parent company, Geely. The Polestar 1 is a hybrid car, but the Polestar 2, the brand's second offering, is battery-electric only.  The original Hyundai Ioniq was launched in 2016 as a five-door model that was available either as a hybrid-electric, plug-in hybrid, or battery-electric car. Its name is a portmanteau of the words "ion" and "unique." SEE ALSO: Hyundai Motor Group head says Hyundai, Kia to sell one million EVs in 2025 Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: What it's like inside North Korea's controversial restaurant chain
Xpeng Motors, a Chinese electric-car startup, has filed to go public on the New York Stock Exchange. The IP comes after Xpeng said earlier this month that it had raised $400 million from investors like Alibaba. With tariffs and trade tensions between the US and China, the company said it "could be adversely affected by political tensions" between the countries. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Xpeng Motors, a Chinese electric-car startup, has filed to go public on the New York Stock Exchange.  In documents filed with the SEC on Friday, the company said it will issue nearly 430 million Class B shares and plans to raise about $100 million — a figure that could change. It didn't disclose any number of its Class A shares. The IPO filing comes after Xpeng raised $400 million from investors such as Alibaba and sovereign wealth fund Qatar Investment Authority earlier this month, according to CNBC.  With tariffs and trade tensions between the US and China, Xpeng said under the "risk factors" section of its SEC filing that it "could be adversely affected by political tensions" between the two countries. "Although we do not currently export any of our Smart EVs (electric vehicles) to the United States, it is not yet clear what impact these tariff negotiations may have or what further actions the governments may take, and tariffs could potentially impact our raw material prices," the filing said. Tesla might be the most obvious rival for Xpeng, but it isn't the only one. Nio, another Chinese electric-car company, has been a strong performer in 2020, with stocks going up 13% last week due to an uptick of vehicle deliveries in July. Xpeng was founded in 2015. It currently has two cars on the market, the G3 SUV and P7 sedan, with the latter being a competitor of Tesla's Model 3. The startup does not currently offer its vehicles in the US. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: What it's like inside North Korea's controversial restaurant chain
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These factors, in accordance with the Market Research Future (MRFR) report, include growing concern for vehicle and driver safety, increasing focus to develop autonomous cars and reduce transportation costs, technological advancements, stringent regulations laid down by the government for vehicle safety, and growing demand for safety.Additional factors driving the market growth include the development of industry-wide standards for implementing safety features such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), lane-keep assist, collision warning, and adaptive cruise control (ACC), growing applications of artificial intelligence in railway cargo, and the ongoing trend of truck platooning.On the contrary, lack of infrastructure development, high cost of AI systems, and security concerns related to handling transportation data are factors that may deter the AI in transportation market growth over the forecast period.The global AI in transportation market is predicted to touch USD 1.2 billion at an 18.03% CAGR over the forecast period (2017-2023), reveals the new Market Research Future (MRFR) report.AI in transportation is predicted to offer reliable, efficient, and safe transportation while reducing the impact on communities and the environment.Get a Free Sample @ Players:Leading players profiled in the AI in transportation market report include IBM Corporation, Magna International Inc, Alphabet Inc., Intel Corporation, Valeo SA, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, MAN SEPACCAR Inc., Scania Group, Daimler AG, Volvo Group, Microsoft Corporation, NVIDIA Corporation, Robert Bosch GmbH, Continental AG, among others.June 2019: Advantech has joined hands with Nvidia on Industrial AI (artificial intelligence).This partnership will take a huge step forward to make artificial intelligence a reality for transportation, smart city applications, and manufacturing.Regional Analysis:Based on the region, the AI in transportation market report covers growth opportunities and the latest trends across Europe, North America, Asia Pacific (APAC), and Rest of the World (RoW).Moreover, North America is a pioneer in technological advancements as well as well-equipped for the adoption of artificial intelligence technology in transportation.The AI in transportation market in Europe will have a favorable growth in the market over the forecast period.The thriving automotive sector, high economic growth rate, and adoption of autonomous cars are predicted to boost the market growth of this region.The AI in transportation market in the APAC region is predicted to grow at the fastest pace over the forecast period.
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