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  The brand-new $350 Sony WH-1000XM4 and the latest $400 Bose 700 offer very similar propositions — a premium set of wireless, noise-cancelling headphones that sound amazing. At the same time, they're quite different in almost every way. They sound different, they come with different features, and they're priced differently, too.  For people who "just want a pair of good headphones" out of the box and aren't likely to download apps and customize sound, the Bose 700 come highly recommended. With that said, if you're willing to use the Sony Headphones app and play around with different sound styles, the Sony WH-1000XM4 could let you enjoy your music even more than the Bose. At the end of the day, you'll be happy with either pair of headphones. They have similarly excellent noise cancellation and ambient noise reduction during phone calls.  The Sony WH-1000XM4 and Bose 700 both tick off all the basics for a premium headphone experience in 2020 and beyond — they help hush the noise around you with active noise cancelling, they deliver premium sound, they're comfortable, and they're wireless. At $350 for the Sony WH-1000XM4 and $400 retail for the Bose 700, they offer more than simply the basics. You get important features that let you connect to two devices at a time (great if you switch between your computer and phone), and they also offer among the best phone call quality I've ever heard on headphones. You're getting excellent bang for your buck with these cans.  I've had the luxury and pleasure to try both of these headphones side-by-side, and there are important and major differences between the Sony WH-1000XM4 and Bose 700 you should know about before making a decision. You can also check out the full review for the Bose 700 here.  The Sony WH-1000XM4 can be preordered now, and will be released and available to buy starting in mid-August. The Bose 700 were released in June 2019.  Table of Contents: StaticDesign and comfort The Bose 700 have a more modern and sleek design with stylish organic curves throughout the headband and exterior earcups. On heads and ears, the Bose 700 feel comfortable. The pads are soft yet sturdy enough to keep their form over longer listening periods. They don't clamp down too much on my head and ears, and the headband doesn't hurt the top of my head over time, and I can move my head back and forth with having them slip off.   Meanwhile, the Sony WH-1000XM4 have a more neutral headphone design that few can complain about. Overall, the Sonys are more comfortable than the Bose. The Sonys are lightweight and slightly more plush and softer around the ears than the Bose 700, but still secure enough to prevent the headphones from moving around with head movements. The headband is comfortable and places less strain on the top of the head, too.  The Sonys can become a little more compact and fold up into a sort of ball shape with their folding earcup design, whereas the best the Bose can do is twist their earcups to become flat.  Sound quality Bose 700: These have Bose's signature silky smooth sound, with rich, crisp, clear bass, a wide soundstage, clear separation, and superb clarity. Few can fault this audio quality and sound.  Bass-heads won't be satisfied here, however, as Bose tends to be more conservative and "refined" compared to the Sony WH-1000XM series — while listening to a lot of music, from Reggae to electronic music, I find myself wanting more rolling bass that fills my ears for the span of a song.  Sony WH-1000 XM4: The Sony WH-1000 XM4 produce a more powerful and exciting sound than the Bose 700. With that said, clarity, soundstage, and separation aren't as good — the Sonys almost sound muffled compared to the Bose. Out of the box, the Bose 700 are likely to be more appealing, at least for those who value clarity and clearly hearing different instruments as if they were spread out from each other.  But the Sonys really have two types of sound: out-of-the-box, and whatever you want them to be. Indeed, you can customize the sound the XM4s deliver through the Sony Music app, and it makes a big difference, and it's far more comprehensive than what you get with Bose or the built-in equalizers in most phones. For me, Sony's customization means I can get the best of both worlds — the XM4's signature power and excitement, some extra bass, as well as a clearer sound with a wider soundstage and separation that's almost as good as the Bose.  The Sonys are more versatile than the Bose, and that counts for a lot.  Noise cancelling and battery life I tested the noise cancelling abilities of these two headphones in a room that measured 53 decibels, a level produced by an air conditioner vent blowing glorious cold air above me, and two loud Vornado fans (one medium, one personal size) blowing close by that simulated a fairly loud office. I also tested the noise cancelling around a 10KW power generator at sound levels between 65 and 85 decibels.  Both the Bose 700 and Sony XM4 do a remarkable and similar job of cancelling out noise. In my simulated office setting, the fan noises were almost completely eliminated without music. With music, even at lower volumes, ambient noise is all but forgotten. As for the generator test, I could absolutely still hear the loud engine that creates 10,000 watts at 240 volts with both headphones, but the sound was dramatically reduced to a tolerable level.  If I had to pick one that made things quieter than the other, I'd say the Bose was ever so slightly more effective, but not by much at all. You'll be happy with whichever pair you go for when it comes to noise cancelling.  As for battery life, Sony claims 30 hours and five hours of listening time from a quick 10-minute top-off charge with 1.5A or more adapter. Bose claims a 20-hour battery life and three and a half hours of listening time from a 15-minute charge. Whether they actually last 30 hours in unclean — to be honest, I'm not timing how long I'm using them with every listening session. But I can safely say the Sonys lasted longer than the Bose before needing a charge.  Phone calls The Bose 700s' party trick when they were first released was their incredibly effective ambient noise cancellation during phone calls, which works for both you and the person you're speaking to on the phone.  I tested a phone call with both headphones while standing around the corner from a very loud 10KW power generator, where decibel levels read between 65 and 70 decibels — just below the 73.4 average decibel level of the NYC streets, according to this study by the National Institute of Health (NIH) from 2015. The Bose and Sony headphones both performed very well. The person I called could hear my voice clearly over the sound of the generator, and couldn't actually hear the generator humming along at 70 decibels for most of the call. To be extra nitpicky, the person I called said the Sonys had more static noise than the Bose, and that my voice sounded more tinny.  To be sure, a phone call using headphones that don't have some kind of active noise reduction for calls would be extremely uncomfortable.  It seems the headphones' limit was about the 80 to 85 decibel range, where I stood right next to the generator, which is over twice as loud as 70 decibels. 85 decibels is about as loud as a gas-powered lawnmower or a leaf blower, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). At 80 decibels, a conversation was impossible — both me and the person I called were constantly being cut off, and it simply wasn't a good time.  For reference, neither headphones worked as well at reducing the generator's noise than the phone I was using, the Pixel 4XL. In fact, the Pixel 4XL allowed a totally normal conversation right next to the generator at 85 decibels. It sucked for me, being right next to the equivalent of a leaf blower, but the person I was calling wasn't too affected.  Apps and other features Both headphones have proximity sensors that pause and resume music when you take the headphones on and off.  Both headphones have Bluetooth multi-point, which means you can connect to two devices at the same time. It's useful if you use the headphones between your phone and your computer. This is a new addition for Sony, as the previous XM3 headphones didn't have multi-point.  Both headphones have touch sensor controls on the exterior earcups.  The Bose Music app is significantly more polished and prettier than the Sony Headphones app. With that said, the Bose Music app isn't as rich in features. The Bose app offers pretty basic and generic customizations for a pair of "smart" headphones, like adjusting the level of noise cancellation and the level of your voice so you can hear yourself during a phone call. It also lets you customize what smart voice assistant you want to use. Conversely, the Sony Headphones app is rich in features, but it's not as pretty or user-friendly. It includes similar features as the Bose app, as well as a "Speak to chat" feature that automatically pauses music and turns off noise cancelling when you start speaking out loud, which is designed to let you keep your headphones on if someone starts speaking to you. By default, the music resumes and noise cancellation turns back on 30 seconds after you're finished speaking. You can adjust the amount of time for your music and noise cancellation to resume. It works surprisingly well, but at the same time, I think keeping headphones on while anyone is speaking to you is rude, so I'd take them off anyway. There's also "Quick Attention" that lets you cover the right earcup to disengage noise cancellation and reduce audio volume. Noise cancelling and volume return once you remove your hand from the right earcup. It works well, and it's perhaps less rude, as covering the earcup is at least an indication that you're doing something to pay attention to the person you're speaking to.  The Sony app also includes a noise cancellation optimizer designed to, well, optimize noise cancellation for you by analyzing anything that might alter the earcups' seal around your ears and adjusting the sound. I'm not entirely sure if it works, to be honest, but optimized or not, sound quality and noise cancellation remain excellent. There's also a "360 Reality Audio" feature that supposedly enhances audio with some kind of surround sound enhancements. The setup process is odd, as you need to take photos of your ears, and it only works with the Tidal, Nugs, and Deezer streaming apps. I don't use any of these apps, so I couldn't test this feature. Honestly, these kinds of features rarely end up enhancing anything for the better.  Which one should you get? The $50 discrepancy between these two headphones isn't going to sway a decision here — you can find deals on the Bose fairly regularly, and the Sonys will get their days of deals soon enough (they were just released at the time of writing).  You'll be pleased with either seeing as they perform similarly in noise cancelling and phone call quality. And both have excellent sound quality.  But against my preference, I can see myself recommending the Bose 700 more often than the Sony WH-1000XM4 because they sound better out of the box, and I know some people aren't likely to fiddle around with an app to customize the sound.  If I know the person is a little more techy and they're open to customizing their sound through an app, I'd recommend the Sony WH-1000XM4 for their versatility. Indeed, the Bose sound great for a wide range of people, but everyone hears differently, and you might find a sound you prefer with the Sonys. In the Sony Headphones app, I like the "Bright" preset and a +7 "Clear Bass" setting.
The alternative data industry, the unique datasets used by investors to gain an edge, has surged in recent months due to the coronavirus pandemic. Business Insider profiled seven executives at some of the leading hedge funds, banks, and trading shops that are handling their firms' consumption of alternative data.  Those profiled detailed how they use alternative data, what types of data they are interested in, and how they like to be pitched by providers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's been an interesting 12 months for alternative data. After a red-hot 2018, the industry faced some growing pains in the latter half of 2019, as multiple alt-data providers restructured their organization. The space overall was going through a massive expansion, and hedge funds were quick to cut feeds that they weren't getting value from. The same privacy concerns that have nipped at the heels of big tech firms made its way to the industry as well, and consumers of alternative data now had to grapple with data sets suddenly going dark overnight. However, for all the issues the industry has faced, the coronavirus pandemic — and its impact on the markets — has reinvigorated interest in alternative data. Unhappy with traditional market data, which has failed to keep up with rapidly-changing markets and proved less valuable, investors have turned to these wonky data sets, which include everything from credit-card data to satellite images, for what they believe are timely, unique insights.  While traditional market data, which totaled $32 billion, still dominates Wall Street's data spend, alternative data continues to require more resources devoted to it. See more: Credit-card data is broken. Here's how hedge funds and banks are being forced to rethink one of the earliest alt-data plays. And so with interest in alternative data arguably back at its highest, Business Insider reached out to some of the biggest banks, hedge funds, and trading firms in the world to get a sense of what their alternative data strategy is, the type of data they want, and how they want to be pitched.  Here are the seven executives handling some of Wall Street's top firms' alt-data consumption. SEE ALSO: Steve Cohen's Point72 and other hedge funds are sending urgent requests to find a replacement after Robinhood data on hot stock trades suddenly went dark SEE ALSO: The alt-data industry is having growing pains after its sudden glow up — and insiders are looking at new pricing models and unlikely customers SEE ALSO: Web traffic data shows the biggest winners and losers across 11 different industries during the pandemic: Interest in Chipotle soared while Gucci traffic sank At Balyasny, data serves both quants and fundamental traders For Balyasny Asset Management, a centralized approach is the key to its alternative data strategy.  Carson Boneck, the chief data officer at the $7.7 billion hedge fund, said in early 2017 several teams focused on big data, data engineering, and sourcing were all brought together to create the firmwide Data Intelligence Group. The goal of the group is to "help improve the hit rate and velocity of our team's investment ideas and to provide our PMs the very best data platform on the Street," Boneck told Business Insider via email. The group works with those on both the fundamental and quantitative side of the business. And while the two sides are typically using alternative data in different ways, there are benefits to pooling resources. In doing so, Boneck said the firm avoids duplicating efforts, instead making the most of its investment. All teams are able to access and share data.  "With one data team to collaborate with, we've uncovered a multiplier effect in our use of alternative data," he added. "For example, risk arb portfolio managers might use alternative data to track potential M&A transactions and share this with our index [rebalance] portfolio managers to aid in their process."  Boneck said the firm views any dataset with that same lens, looking at how it can be used in different ways by multiple portfolio managers.  Not unlike others, Boneck said Balyasny's preference for data formats is to be as raw as possible, leaving the opportunity for the hedge fund's various teams to uncover relationships. It's not uncommon for the manager to work with new data providers on formatting data. Data history is also critical, he added. "One important characteristic of all the data we leverage is ensuring the data's history reflects its original form at any historical point-in-time," Boneck added. "When vendors don't provide point-in-time data our Data Intelligence Group creates an in-house version." Boneck declined to disclose Balyasny's alt data budget, beyond saying it's "significant."  As for the best way to pitch the hedge fund, details around how data is collected from the source are important, as is its coverage and timeliness. In short, you should know your data back-to-front.  The firm actually created a self-serve portal, called Antenna, for alt data providers to be quickly evaluated; providers "are able to see descriptive statistics and even the results of risk-aware back tests." "Datasets which score well in Antenna are fast-tracked for further internal evaluation," he added. Read more: The chief data officer at $6 billion hedge fund Balyasny explains how to merge quantitative and fundamental trading strategies — and the importance of 'translators' to bridge the gap Barclays leans on alt data for the nuance it provides The devil is in the details.  That's how Ryan Preclaw, who co-leads Barclays' data-science research group, explained his approach to alternative data. The group, which is made up of an investment sciences team and data science team, publishing reports and analysis for the banks' clients.  "The most exciting thing alternative data offers over traditional data is its granularity," Preclaw told Business Insider via email. "We can provide our clients with actionable insights and answer very specific research questions that would have been impossible in the past." From investment to retail banking, their is value across the firm in using obscure datasets, Preclaw said. But there is no specific type of alt data that the UK bank targets. Barclays uses everything from geolocation data, which has proved particularly useful in recent months, to open data, which is usually published by some kind of government entity. However, when it comes to the format the data is in, Preclaw said Barclays made a strategic choice to have data be as raw as possible. "We want to be maximally flexible in what we can do with it, even though that means a lot more upfront investment in infrastructure, storage, and algorithm development to turn it into useful information," he said. "Raw data has two advantages for us: first, we can get answers to questions that might be impossible if we received data in a pre-processed form; second, it puts us into a position to talk to our clients about the nuances of how to work with alternative data." While Preclaw declined to disclose the bank's budget for alt data, he did have some advice for prospective providers. First, it's important to provide written material about the dataset before even trying to set up a conversation. When a chat does occur, Preclaw said the bank is eager to understand what the data set is offering "in a very specific way." "We want to see what a row of your data looks like, what all the features are that you have in it in as plain language as possible," he added. Transparency is also a top concern, as is simplicity, Preclaw said. Be prepared to explain the process in a concise way. Tech and salespeople are also encouraged to attend the first meeting to provide a 360-degree view of the data, he said.  Preclaw also had a piece of advice for something to avoid. "One thing we are NOT interested in seeing is a back test against returns," he added. "Those are so easy to do incorrectly that we can't put any dependence on it unless we've done it ourselves." See more: How a new Barclays data-science team is fast-tracking research and finding the most useful stats to measure the economic impact of the coronavirus Bridgewater starts with government data — but has found alt data very useful The world's biggest hedge fund starts with government data; it's got the longest history and often has clear macro implications. But Bridgewater, the $160 billion hedge-fund manager run by Ray Dalio, is using alternative data more and more, as it helps "us to understand macro dynamics much more granularly and quickly than traditional government data sources would," according to Matt Karasz, who leads Bridgewater's macro research team. "This has been particularly useful as we navigated the uncertainty over the last couple of months," Karasz tells Business Insider. "Large shifts in the economy have occurred outside of traditional 'sector' lines – e.g. consumers shifting from in-person purchases to online and shifting their basket of consumption in response to the virus – and alternative data has been critical to seeing these shifts play out and understanding how the economy is working under the coronavirus," he added. Alternative data does have limitations, he said; narrow focuses, limited track records, and difficulties ingesting it into systems are all obstacles. But "all challenges worth overcoming if the data is shedding light on an important dynamic." See more: 'I'd rather turn them into robo cops': Execs from Man Group, Bridgewater, and Schonfeld explain how they're trying to blend humans and machines Jump Trading is looking for vendors to have a dialogue with For Chicago-based proprietary trading firm Jump Trading, data usage is all about refining an "existing predictive pattern or possibly present a new one on its own," Stewart Stimson, head of data strategy for Jump Trading, told Business Insider via email.  Specifically for alternative data, Stimson said while there is an inclination to focus on its use around equity statistical arbitrage — one of the longest-running quant strategies — it can be used across the firm. What's key, he added, is balance between the number of observations that can be made from a data source and the frequency with which the data is able to help make accurate predictions. "If the data is high quality, is unique, and has a large number of observations, there's a good chance that we are interested in looking at it," he added. Jump has also streamlined its consumption of alternative data via a method that normalizes a variety of data structures. As a result, the trading firm has a sliding-scale approach to how quickly it can test a data set. "While the dream is perfectly structured data in either flat files or a well-defined/architected database, we recognize that part of our ongoing mission in both analysis and talent recruitment is adapting to the curveballs in data structure," Stimson said.  As far as budget, Stimson said there is no established number. Every dataset is subject to the value established by it during testing.  The entire process of sourcing data has evolved greatly in the last few years, he added. Overall, he said Jump is always eager to find new data sources.  During the initial conversation, Stimson said having a data dictionary, which typically details everything about the database, is crucial. He also highlighted two other key considerations. "The baseline expectations that we look for in a vendor presenting their data is a representation of fidelity to time in their history first and foremost," he said. "We also want an understanding of why the vendor is confident that their data is obtained in a way that grants them license to sell this data, as this helps us evaluate the compliance and source sustainability concerns that we need to understand." Even if a dataset isn't right for Jump, Stimson said the firm is open to providing some constructive feedback.  "We believe this two-way dialogue keeps the door open to hearing more from the vendor in the future," he added. Inside Man Group's 'data mosaic' Hinesh Kalian, head of data science for the world's largest publicly traded hedge-fund manager, has a big and diverse organization to think about when he is buying outside data. There's quants and discretionary managers, both trying to understand things about companies, the markets, and the world — before they happen.  "It's becoming more apparent that traditional data sources typically cannot provide real-time insights into financial and economic health. We are not looking to tackle a specific problem, but rather we are creating solutions to build a data mosaic leveraging a variety of alternative data pieces," Man Group's Kalian told Business Insider. Read more: 'I'd rather turn them into robo cops': Execs from Man Group, Bridgewater, and Schonfeld explain how they're trying to blend humans and machines He views alternative data, broadly, as slotting into three groups: individuals, businesses, and sensors.  "In the current environment, it's no surprise that data sources that provide insight into changes in consumer behavior and economic health are very relevant. Data related to consumer spending, footfall traffic measures, consumer sentiment, supply chain dynamics, and employment data are particularly interesting in the current environment." While pre-packaged data can seem simpler, Kalian said the $108 billion firm has invested heavily in its ability to clean and sort data in all forms; for vendors looking to get Kalian's ear, he recommends to "do your homework." "If you think you have an interesting product then reach out. It's important to look at this landscape laterally, i.e. even if the data is used in non-financial industries, there is a chance it can be useful to the investment management community." PanAgora is trying to win a race, and uses data to do it Lei Liu views investing in equities as "a race to price in all the relevant information" — and sees alternative data as a way to get there first. A senior portfolio manager for $45 billion PanAgora Asset Management, Liu is trying to use alternative to both find alpha and help with risk management, so the firm can avoid crowded trades. Liu tells Business Insider that his firm prefers data in that can be plugged directly into Panagora, and the firm's budget is based on a cost-benefit analysis — if the dataset is worth it, the company will consider it.  For vendors looking for an in, Liu suggests that companies "tell us what is the uniqueness of this data and how useful is this data to gauge" businesses.    Point72 is focused on answering questions Billionaire Steve Cohen's $16 billion hedge fund uses a lot of data, from traditional sources to obscure, outside feeds. Jessica Fiegleman, a member of the firm's Market Intelligence team who runs the data acquisition group, told Business Insider in an email that she focuses "on the fundamental research questions that need to be answered about these companies" when evaluating data feeds. "We're careful not to narrow our focus on the signals generated from the data," she said.  The firm declined to disclose its budget for alternative data, but noted the infrastructure it has invested internally lets it take data in any format. Fiegleman notes the firm's analysts, engineers, data scientists, and compliance team are key components to "a successful alternative data strategy." For people pitching the firm, Fiegleman advises data vendors look to speak on more than just an individual product. "Our best vendor relationships are collaborative rather than transactional. We love when a data provider can educate us about their product, and in turn, we can be a part of the evolution of their offerings." Read more: 'A $35,000 data set that could have saved or made $100 million': Alt data is back in the spotlight — here's how providers and buyers have adapted. Hedge funds are using these 10 alt-data sources to gain an investing edge and keep track of the coronavirus' impact Alt data's Wild West days may be ending as Congress and privacy advocates zero in on the industry. Nearly a dozen insiders tell us how data streams going dark is an 'unhedgeable' risk.
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WhatsApp is conducting an "audit" of some of the third-party developers with access to its business tools. The company is reviewing which companies can access its programming interface used to help send messages from brands and businesses to users. While the review is ongoing, some developers and businesses are unable to join WhatsApp's developer platform or add new clients, while others are unaffected. WhatsApp's API requires developers and brands to go through a hand-picked group of intermediaries, a closed-off structure that has frustrated some developers. Facebook-owned WhatsApp is reviewing many of the third-party developers that have access to its business tools in the wake of complaints that the company platform hinders independent development. The messaging app is conducting an "audit" of some of the software partners that offer services to brands to allow them to interact with users on the app, Business Insider has learned. That, in turn, has slowed onboarding of some new businesses on to WhatsApp — and exacerbated some developers' frustrations about the model WhatsApp is using to build out its business platform. With this new audit, WhatsApp is trying to keep a clear understanding of how its tools are being used  — and by whom. It comes after repeated scandals involving developers misappropriating data from parent company Facebook in previous years. WhatsApp has a relatively locked-down developer platform In August 2018, the company launched an application programming interface, or API — these are the tools that allow businesses and developers to build services that can interact with a company's platform; they're how Microsoft Office can save files to Dropbox's cloud storage, for example, or how Spotify shows users their Facebook friends inside the app. The WhatsApp Business API enables big businesses to interact with ordinary WhatsApp users in certain ways, like offering chat support for an online store, or notifications about an airline's flight a user is booked on. But unlike many other APIs, most businesses and developers can't plug directly into WhatsApp's. Instead, it has a relatively closed-off-structure that has frustrated some developers. So, here's where it gets a bit more technical: With Facebook's Graph API, a brand can (once approved, and with the right technical know-how) plug straight in, if they choose not to work with an intermediary that has already built tools on top of the API. Similarly, any developer can apply to go through a vetting process to build tools on top of it to then offer to brands. But on WhatsApp's Business API, access is limited to a relatively small group of developers — a pool of 65 companies WhatsApp refers to as Business Solution Providers, or BSPs — that then act as intermediaries for everyone else. That means that brands that want to message customers via the WhatsApp Business API have to contract with one of the BSPs. (There are around 100 brands that do have direct API access, a WhatsApp spokesperson said, but this is no longer available to new brands. Small businesses are also able to download the free-to-use WhatsApp Business app, but this doesn't offer all the same functionality as the API does.) Most of those BSPs offer interfaces and pre-built tools that brands can use to send messages of varying types to users — instead of direct access to an API that further software tools could be built on top of. As a result, developers who want to build their own products on top of the API, but haven't been selected as a BSP, have to go through one of a small subset of the BSPs who offer such access, including Twilio, Zendesk Conversations, or Sinch. It's a model that has irked some third-party developers, who are forced to deal with third parties that inevitably charge additional fees, rather than just interacting with WhatsApp directly.  A WhatsApp spokesperson said its two-year-old API program is still relatively young, and that its BSPs' experience helps them onboard brands more efficiently. He said WhatsApp might explore other options in future, but did not commit to any specific plans. The messaging app is auditing some third-party developers It's these grumbling third-party developers — also referred to as Independent Software Vendors, or ISVs — that are the subjects of the new WhatsApp audit.  WhatsApp said the review is taking place so it has more information on hand about who is using the API, and in what ways, as the program continues to expand. ISVs are being "required to to submit to WhatsApp Compliance validation and to sign additional ISV terms with WhatsApp before onboarding resumes," one BSP said. It's a process that, in theory, will allow WhatsApp to keep closer tabs on whats going on on its platform, and avoid repeating the mistakes that resulted from Facebook's historically laissez-faire approach to APIs and data-sharing. A spokesperson said that there's no indication that any of the developers have engaged in malicious behaviour using the WhatsApp Business API. The review began in mid-July, and while it takes place, ISVs can't onboard any new clients into the products they've built on the API, essentially pausing their business growth. And similarly, intermediary BSPs are unable to add any new third-party developers until the process is finished, meaning new developers are, for now, without any access to WhatsApp's API.  In documentation, Twilio described the review process as an "audit," though a WhatsApp spokesperson disputed that characterization. It is expected to last weeks, with Twilio saying it is pausing new ISV onboarding until October 2020. BSPs are able to continue to add new user-facing brands without any issues. There are currently thousands of user-facing brands utilizing the API via BSPs, said the spokesperson. They could not say how many ISVs currently have access. Facebook has historically struggled with developers abusing user data Parent company Facebook has repeatedly struggled with developers misusing its platform and programming interfaces in the past, and has tightened up its security restrictions in recent years. Cambridge Analytica was able to misappropriate tens of millions of users' sensitive data by simply buying it off a developer who had extracted it using Facebook's tools. It's a scandal that ultimately resulted in Facebook being hit with a record-breaking $5 billion fine by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC). And more recently, marketing firm Hyp3r was able to harvest millions of Instagram users' data in 2019 by taking advantage of lax oversight and security flaws in the company's systems, as Business Insider first reported in August 2019.  Are you a developer who uses Facebook's platform? 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Melalui pembaruan aplikasinya, Line menyediakan fitur baru bernama “Memo Keep” untuk menyimpan ragam data ke dalam chatroomFitur ini disediakan mengingat seringkali pengguna membuat grup yang berisi akun mereka sendiri atau mengirimkannya ke teman mereka untuk menyimpan data di chatroom agar bisa digunakan kemudian.Dengan meng-update LINE ke versi terbaru, “Memo Keep” akan muncul di dalam chatroom mereka.Pengguna bisa menautkan fitur ini di posisi teratas dan mulai mengirimkan berbagai data, seperti gambar, video, atau chat ke dalam aplikasi ini.Download LINEUntuk memungkinkan “Memo Keep” menyimpan data selamanya, pengguna bisa menyinkronkannya dengan fitur “Keep” yang tersedia di dalam “Memo Keep” dengan menekan ikon “Keep” yang terletak di kanan atas.Melalui misi perusahaan, Closing The Distance, Line akan terus berupaya untuk mendekatkan jarak antara pengguna dengan ragam layanan komunikasi guna meningkatkan kualitas dan keragaman hidup mereka.Salah satunya adalah melalui penyediaan berbagai fitur baru di aplikasi LINE.Selain itu, Line juga mengumumkan pembaruan untuk layanan panggilan grup aplikasi pertukaran pesan, baik audio maupun video, yang kini bisa menampung hingga 500 orang sekaligus.Fitur ini bisa dinikmati secara langsung oleh pengguna Line melalui aplikasi versi 10.9.0 ke atas untuk ponsel, dan versi 6.1.0 ke atas untuk versi desktop.
Global Wireless Microphone Market is estimated to reach US$ 3.2 Bn.Wireless microphones are obtainable in numerous shapes and sizes, and offers, high mobility, high voice clarity and comfort as compared to wired microphones.The report study has analyzed revenue impact of covid-19 pandemic on the sales revenue of market leaders, market followers and disrupters in the report and same is reflected in our analysis.Market Dynamics:The report comprises of worldwide Wireless Microphone Market in terms of revenue from various segments and detailed evaluation of the trends and factors that are playing substantial role in the market.These factors involve the drivers, restraints, opportunities and challenges for the key companies and stakeholders in the industry.The market for wireless microphones is considerably driven by intense investments in R for wireless increasing acceptance for smartphones and other portable devices also, increasing demand in training & online education and growing use of wireless microphones in commercial areas such as call centers, events, shows and others wed chat services are driving the market growth.is another dynamic factor further growing the market.However, since these devices work on battery and frequency long-distance and longtime use can cause an adverse effect and disable hearing ability hence, hinder the growth further, availability of 7A quality product hamper the market growth.Also, certain barriers such as stringent regulations, high cost related and battery efficiency problem are few many factors estimated to restrain the market growth.Opportunities and trends:• The existing trend witnessed in the market is increasing demand for smart watches, flexible wearable, and flexible displays, are another factor predictable to further support the growth of the market.Growing acceptance in smart applications for flexible electronics is likely to present the rewarding business opportunity to main companies and vendors in the market globally over the next 10 years.• The volatile growth of smartphones and other wireless devices have negative hamper on the spectrum allocation subsequent resulting in the short of the same, leading to certain interference and intervention in the signals disturbing connection faults.With the sustainable growth of IOT devices, the 2.4GHz spectrum is also set to witness prominent shortage which can negatively impact the wireless microphone market growth during 2020-2027 .Global Wireless Microphone Market: Market Segmentation:The report covers competitive analysis of the Wireless Microphone Market in each of the geographical segments thereby providing insight into a market share at the macro as well as micro levels.On the basis of product type, the handheld segment is leading the global wireless microphones market in 2019, with more than 50% of the revenue over the market share of 38.5%.
This story is part of Black Ballad’s takeover of HuffPost UK, a week-long series by Black women on parenting, family, and our post-Covid future.When I tell people I found the sperm donor for my child on social media, they visibly cringe. It’s only when I take the time to explain the shortage of Black donors in sperm banks that their judgement starts to wane. I went through the process three years ago, but it’s sad to see that since then, little has changed. I approached finding a donor much like online dating. To optimise my chances, I selected a bank that boasted being Britain’s “largest provider of donor sperm”. I made a list of traits I’d like the donor to have – and a few dealbreakers. I wanted a donor who was Black like me, because I’d be raising the child alone and didn’t think I’d be able to provide the right support for the child’s other culture. The sperm bank’s website invited me to filter my search according to race, hair colour, eye colour, and height. When I selected Black for race and pressed enter, I was told that “unfortunately”, my search didn’t come up with any options. Hoping this was an issue with that particular bank, I tried two other British sperm banks – but the result was equally disappointing.One bank came back to me with two potential donors. I rang a few days later to ask for more information, but one of them was no longer available as he’d met the 10-family limit each donor is allowed to create. The other had requested his sperm only be given to heterosexual couples so, as a single woman looking for a donor, I wasn’t eligible.Related... I'm A Black Mum Who Gave Birth During Covid-19. I've Never Felt More Vulnerable I had no choice but to widen my search to Europe. Many American banks aren’t compliant with the British Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) regulations and can’t be used by our clinics, but I was surprised by the many options for Black donors available at Danish sperm banks.Their detailed profiles included psychological assessments, voice notes from the donor and childhood photos. I selected a donor and immediately began the process. But, I soon realised it was significantly more expensive to buy sperm from Denmark (£2,000 - £2,800 as opposed to £850 - £1,150).After my two rounds of IVF, I couldn’t afford to continue the process. This is how I ended up looking for a donor elsewhere.Private donation isn’t recommended by the HFEA, but I had no other options. I visited donor introduction sites and found the same lack of choice – or that donors were looking to co-parent. When I put my dilemma to other single mothers I followed on social media, they suggested looking for a sperm donor group on Facebook.There, I found a niche group for Black donors where women openly discussed their experiences – calling out deceitful donors, for example. After months of lurking, I saw a profile of a donor I liked and was able to chat to a mother who’d used him to conceive her daughter before starting the process with him.Related... Sharmadean Reid Is Fighting For A Workplace That Actually Works For Mums I was lucky – this private process is still high risk. These donors don’t always have the full medical work-up of a clinical donor. Tests for sexually transmitted diseases can be arranged, but genetic screening and psychological evaluations are difficult to organise.Certain sexually transmitted infections, such as HIV, may not be detected initially if tested at the wrong time – with a sperm bank, the sample would be frozen and only released when a second test confirmed no infection. Those using informal donors are often using fresh sperm and don’t have this luxury. The limited choice of properly processed sperm donors has led many women to look to high-risk sources.When choosing these risky options, women and their future children are also opened up to uncertain future relationships and potential legal battles. Not all men offering to donate are sincere and several women who have written about this on online forums have found themselves in uncomfortable situations when they meet their donor to collect the sample. The shame and secrecy associated with the use of unregulated websites adds to the blanket of silence. The population of the UK is 13 times bigger than Denmark (67 million versus five million) and the proportion of immigrants is similar (8% and 10% respectively), but there has been little research done to understand why there are so few Black donors in the UK, compared to Denmark, and what can be done to motivate men to donate their sperm. This lack of research continues to expose women, particularly Black women and their children, to unnecessary risks. Nor can we continue to rely on Denmark for Black donors when it’s unclear how Brexit will affect customs and trade.A homegrown solution is required now, more than ever.This article was commissioned for HuffPost UK by Black Ballad, the lifestyle platform that tells stories of human experience through the eyes of Black British women and elevates their voices. If you would like to read more, become a Black Ballad member to get unlimited access to content, events and discounts, and to connect to its community of like-minded women.Related... Why Black Ballad Is Taking Over HuffPost UK A Shortage of Sperm Donors: The Brexit Dilemma We Didn't See Coming 'Infertility Doesn't Discriminate' So Why Are Women Of Colour Suffering In Silence? Revealed: The Shocking Healthcare Racism Endangering Black Mothers
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Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek’s first stream back on Twitch after his departure for Mixer was, by any measure, a massive success. He came back with more than 500,000 concurrents, a tide of subscriptions, and a new goatee. Grzesiek’s stream was the most popular on Twitch for the time he was live — a full nine times bigger than top-five streamer Nick “Nickmercs” Kolcheff’s channel, which had around 55,000 live viewers. “God it feels good, man! Ugh, fuck,” said Grzesiek, who admitted that he’d been a bit nervous when he started streaming and saw the viewer numbers climbing. (He said he’d expected around 200,000, for what it’s worth.) “It’s my first day. There’s gonna be years. Years.” The chat was flying too fast for anyone to read. It’s a... Continue reading…
As part of a reorg, Microsoft just moved a team from its Azure cloud business into the organization responsible for Windows, Surface devices, and Microsoft 365. Microsoft 365 is the bundle of business applications that includes the Office 365 productivity suite, collaboration tools like OneDrive and SharePoint, the Microsoft Teams chat app, and even the Windows 10 operating system itself. The Microsoft 365 bundle represents a huge portion of Microsoft's catalogue of cloud software — an area where it has a clear advantage in the cloud wars over rivals like Amazon Web Services and Google's G Suite. Below are the 22 power players behind Microsoft 365. Click here to read more BI Prime stories. Microsoft just bolstered the organization responsible for Windows, Surface devices, and its Microsoft 365 bundle of business applications with some internal cloud talent. The company recently relocated a team from its Azure cloud business to this organization, known as "experiences and devices," according to longtime Microsoft pundit Brad Sams, writing for Petri.com, "to help the Windows/Surface teams build more cohesive experiences that the company hopes customers will love and push the Surface team to create better products as well." The experiences and devices team is responsible for a big part of Microsoft's business. Microsoft 365, for example, is the company's a bundle of business apps, introduced in 2017, that includes Office 365 – cloud-based versions of the company's flagship productivity applications such as Word and Excel – collaboration tools like OneDrive and SharePoint, the Microsoft Teams chat app, and even the Windows 10 operating system itself. The strategy, the company has said, is to make it easier for customers to adopt the best of Microsoft, all at once. The latest changes come after the company earlier this year notified employees about a significant reorganization, which took effect Feb. 25, affecting the Windows experience and devices teams, according to an internal memo obtained by Business Insider.  That represents a big chunk of Microsoft's lineup of cloud software products, an area where it has a clear advantage in the cloud wars with Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud. AWS doesn't have a cloud software business to speak of, while Google's G Suite only accounts for a sliver of the market compared with the juggernaut that is Microsoft Office. United under the banner of Microsoft 365, these power players are helping the company in "moving closer toward a comprehensive enterprise application ecosystem," Nucleus Research analyst Andrew MacMillen recently told Business Insider. Here are the 21 power players behind Microsoft 365:Rajesh Jha, executive VP of Experiences & Devices Rajesh Jha leads Microsoft's Experiences and Devices group. Jha's purview includes Windows client, Office Product Group, the New Experiences and Technology team (charged with finding new ways to engage Microsoft customers) and Enterprise Mobility and Management (which runs Windows Enterprise deployment and management). Jha was the one who notified Microsoft employees about the big reorganization in early February. Jha has been on Microsoft's leadership team since 2006, and has worked at Microsoft since he finished graduate school in 2000. Panos Panay, chief product officer Panos Panay now runs the Windows + Devices Team created through the reorganization. As Jha explained it, the new team "will drive end-to-end people centered innovation including the entire Windows ecosystem," he said in the email to employees. "The joining of these teams will streamline the decision-making process to help us deliver the best device experience from silicon through the OS for our customers on OEM and Surface Devices." Panay is generally considered the driving force behind Microsoft's line of Surface products. Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president of Microsoft 365 Kirk Koenigsbauer is the corporate vice president responsible for product marketing and management for Microsoft 365. Koenigsbauer's purview includes the overall Microsoft 365 bundle, Office 365, Windows 10 Enterprise, and the IT security and management tool Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS). Koenigsbauer originally started working at Microsoft in 1992, but left in 1998 and did a three-year stint at Amazon. He rejoined Microsoft in 2002 as a corporate vice president. Koenigsbauer in 2015 was notably the first Microsoft executive ever to grace the stage at an Apple product event.  Now that the reorg has taken effect, Koenigsbauer will report directly to Jha as the chief operating officer for the Experience and Devices group. Jared Spataro, corporate vice president of Microsoft 365 Jared Spataro runs Microsoft 365 marketing, which according to Microsoft includes business management, product marketing and go-to-market programs for the suite of applications. Spataro was tasked with public communications related to Microsoft ending support Windows 7 its operating system used on millions of PCs since its launch in 2009, and encouraged users to upgrade to Windows 10 or buy new PCs that come preinstalled with it.  The successful upgrade push helped make Microsoft's most recent quarter the best for its Windows business in terms of growth since CEO Satya Nadella took over in 2014. Spataro joined Microsoft in 2006 as a director for Microsoft's SharePoint collaboration platform.   Brian MacDonald, corporate vice president of Microsoft Teams Brian MacDonald is retiring from Microsoft once the reorg goes into place — but in the interim, he's the corporate vice president of the Microsoft Teams chat app.  MacDonald is a legend within Microsoft, known as the "father of Outlook," the company's flagship email product. He led Microsoft's push to create Teams, the fast-growing chat app, by taking a small group of engineers to his fruit plantation in Maui to hack it together. "In-between writing lines of code, the team spent their days hiking, riding tractors, picking food from the land, all to inspire new ways of thinking about the essence of teamwork, how technology can take collaboration to new levels, and what Microsoft could uniquely offer," according to Microsoft. "By the end, they left with the crystallizing idea that they wanted to build a service that made it frictionless for individuals and teams to create, collaborate and 'work in the open.'" Teams has more than 20 million daily active users, according to Microsoft – more than rival Slack, although Slack has taken issue with Microsoft's accounting since Teams comes bundled with Microsoft 365.   Jeff Teper, corporate vice president of Office 365 Jeff Teper is corporate vice president of Microsoft's Office 365 cloud-based suite of productivity tools. He'll also take over Microsoft Teams chat app when MacDonald retires. Teper runs design, product and engineering for products including core Office applications such as Word and Excel, OneDrive file storage system and collaboration platform SharePoint. Teper joined Microsoft in 1992 and is best known as a co-creator of Microsoft SharePoint, which is now an industry-standard way for teams to share files and work with each other.   Perry Clarke, corporate vice president of Microsoft 365 Perry Clarke is the Microsoft 365 corporate vice president responsible for the core platform and artificial intelligence experience. He's a Microsoft distinguished engineer who joined the company after working on neutron scattering work at the experimental reactor at Riso Lab in Denmark. Clarke's purview includes Microsoft's bot framework and cognitive services, which is a collection of AI tools for vision, speech, language, knowledge and search; Microsoft Search, a search tool for businesses within Microsoft 365; AI intelligence throughout Microsoft 365; and the Intelligent Office Graph, which helps track information as it moves across Office 365. Jon Tinter, corporate vice president of business development for Microsoft 365 & Search, Ads, and News Jon Tinter is the corporate vice president of business development for Microsoft 365 & Search, Ads, and News. The 13-year Microsoft veteran runs strategy for products including Microsoft 365 when it comes to growth, mergers and acquisitions, commercial partnerships and strategic investments. Tinter's strategic leadership also includes products such as Windows, Surface devices, search products like Bing and Microsoft Search, plus Microsoft News and the company's digital advertising business. Brad Anderson, corporate vice president of Microsoft Commercial Management Experiences Brad Anderson is corporate vice president of Microsoft Commercial Management Experiences, which means he runs the team responsible for Microsoft 365 Modern Workplace products for businesses.  Specifically, Anderson oversees engineering and strategic leadership for security platform Enterprise Mobility + Security – a key part of Microsoft 365– and the Microsoft product for managing large groups of computers running Windows, called System Center Configuration Manager. Anderson's team include engineers who work on Microsoft 365 customer deployment and usage, Windows commercial products, management and security of PCs and mobile devices.  Emma Williams, corporate vice president of Microsoft Office Vertical Solutions As Microsoft Office Vertical Solutions corporate vice president, Emma Williams runs Office 365 solutions for industry verticals including health care, financial services, retail, manufacturing, and government. One of the biggest changes Satya Nadella has made at Microsoft is shifting the company from a focus on making general-purpose products to ones that can be tuned for specific industries, a Microsoft executive recently told Business Insider. Williams – a 16-year veteran of Microsoft – helps make that happen.  Now that the reorg has taken effect, Williams will report directly to Jha as a member of the Experiences and Devices leadership group.   Jon Friedman, corporate vice president of Microsoft Design & Research Jon Friedman is corporate vice president of Microsoft Design & Research, a position he describes on his LinkedIn profile as "the chief designer of Microsoft Office products." Friedman – responsible for the last major redesign of Microsoft Office – leads a team of 250 employees who research and design Microsoft products, including within Microsoft 365. Sumit Chauhan, corporate vice president of Microsoft Office Engineering Sumit Chauhan is Microsoft's Office Engineering corporate vice president, meaning she runs engineering for flagship products including Word and PowerPoint across mobile, web and desktop.  Chauhan's team is also responsible for infusing artificial intelligence into Microsoft's Office 365 cloud-based suite of productivity tools. Chauhan is a 24-year veteran of Microsoft who joined the company as a principal software developer in 1996.    Jaime Teevan, chief scientist of Microsoft Experiences & Devices Jamie Teevan is the chief scientist for Microsoft Devices and Experiences, which means she's the brains behind Microsoft's productivity innovations. She works with Microsoft's research team to get experts who can help contribute to the company's updates in productivity — across software and devices.  She has been at Microsoft since 2006 and was previously a technical advisor to CEO Satya Nadella and a principal researcher at Microsoft Research AI, where she led the productivity team.  She is an award-winning and leading computer scientist in her field, known particularly for her research on human-computer interaction and information retrieval and personalized search.      Tara Roth, corporate vice president of Office Customer Success Engineering (CSE) Tara Roth heads up the Office Customer Success Engineering team and looks at a few areas all linked to how Microsoft interacts with its customers. Her team is in charge of customer support, the help pages, and anything else that helps customers use Microsoft products. Her team is a key part of Microsoft's process for releasing new products and answering customer questions and concerns. Roth has been at Microsoft for 27 years, starting as an engineer in 1992.    Ales Holecek, corporate vice president of Office Engineering Ales Holecek is the corporate vice president of the engineering team that builds Microsoft Office applications. His team helps deliver the "modern office experience" to Microsoft customers.  Prior to joining the Office team, Holecek worked on the Windows Developer Ecosystem and Platform team, helping third party developers build on top of the Windows platform. As part of that he designed and built the Universal Windows Platform, an ambitious push to unify app development across Windows 10 on PCs, tablets, and the Xbox One gaming console. He's been at Microsoft since 2004. Now that the reorg has taken effect, Holecek and Joe Belfiore will lead Microsoft's Office and Office Experience Group team as "a product/engineering duo." Guarav Sareen, corporate vice president of Communication & Time Management Guarav Sareen leads the Communications and Time Management organization at Microsoft, overseeing engineering and product teams for Outlook, Skype and the Yammer corporate social network. Prior to that, he led the engineering team for Outlook.  Soon after Sareen joined Microsoft in 2001, he became of the engineers that helped build the Bing search engine. He continued to develop and grow Bing until 2016, when he switched gears to lead Outlook.       Harvinder Bhela, corporate vice president of Microsoft 365 Security & Compliance Harvinder Bhela is in charge of product, engineering and research for Microsoft's security and compliance business. His team develops security and compliance tools that help Microsoft 365 customers make sure their employees are working safely and securely, while also integrating with other products. On his LinkedIn, Bhela calls the security and compliance "perhaps one of the largest growth engines for the M365 business," given that its a market worth over $50 billion per year.  Bhela has worked at Microsoft for 23 years, previously working in the Exchange, Outlook/Outlook.com, Office and Windows divisions.  Hayete Gallot, vice president of Modern Workplace WCB Hayete Gallot runs the sales team for the Modern Workplace Solutions team, helping to get Microsoft products in the hands of more businesses, and similarly to help those companies through their digital transformation.  She's got experience working both for the software and hardware divisions at Microsoft. Prior to her current role, she led the team responsible for developing new business models for Office products. Before that, she played a key role in developing Microsoft's Surface tablet division into a multi-billion-dollar business.      Rob Lefferts, corporate vice president of Microsoft 365 Security & Compliance Rob Lefferts is in charge of making sure Microsoft 365 has simple and clear security for users across all its products. Prior to this role, he led the Windows Enterprise & Security team, and was responsible for the significant security upgrades in Windows 10. He's been at the company for 22 years, and has played a key role in developing many of Microsoft's technologies, and was a major driver in the creation of the Microsoft 365 strategy in the first place.   Joy Chik, corporate vice president of Microsoft Identity, Cloud & Enterprise Joy Chik is the corporate vice president for the Identity division in Microsoft's Cloud + AI group. She's responsible for a variety of cloud and identity management products, including Active Directory, the backbone of login security for Windows and other Microsoft products. Chik's role is key to every product Microsoft makes. Whenever any Microsoft product asks you to log in — from the Xbox games console to the Office 365 suite — chances are pretty good that it's using technology from Chik's team at some layer. Chik has been at the company for 22 years, starting as a software design engineer in 1998. Bob Davis, corporate vice president of Microsoft 365 & Security Bob Davis is responsible for ensuring Microsoft customers across all industries (commercial, education, and public sector) are satisfied with the products. In his role he is in charge of the engineering and commercial & partner teams that help get a product ready for the market. Davis helped to build the first version of Office 365, Microsoft's cloud-based subscription suite of productivity tools. He joined the company in 1993 and helped it through its transition to the cloud computing era.  Joe Belfiore, corporate vice president of Essential Products Group (EPIC) Joe Belfiore leads the engineering team that is responsible for Windows 10 and Microsoft's other "essential products" including Microsoft Edge, Microsoft News, OneNote, Education products, and mobile applications for iOS and Android.  Amid an executive shuffle in the division, Belfiore will soon switch over the the Office side of the company, to lead Microsoft's Office and Office experience group with Ales Holecek "as a product/engineering duo."  Since joining Microsoft in 1990, Belfiore has had a crucial role in building some of the most significant features for the Windows platform. That includes things like the Start Button in Windows 10 and the Cortana digital assistant.  He's been at Microsoft since 2004. Now that the reorg has taken effect, Belfiore and Ales Holecek will lead Microsoft's Office and Office Experience Group team as "a product/engineering duo."
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Things took a slightly awkward turn for Dua Lipa when she hosted Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday.The British singer made a gaffe during a chat with Gwen Stefani as she guest hosted the American chat show from her home.The 24-year-old mistakenly referred to the No Doubt singer’s boyfriend Blake Shelton as her “husband”, which Gwen quickly corrected her on, and well, Dua’s face said it all…“I heard that you’ve been spending quarantine with your husband Blake Shelton at the ranch in Oklahoma. Who else was with you? How was that?” Dua asked.“Um. Well, he’s not my husband, but that sounded cool when you said it,” Gwen quickly replied.Oh.You can see the moment at the 2:28 mark below:  Gwen was previously married to Bush star Gavin Rossdale before their divorce was finalised in 2016. She has been in a relationship with country singer Blake since 2015, but despite rumours that they tied the knot in secret, the pair have yet to walk down the aisle.Blake addressed the marriage rumours during an interview with ET last year, saying: “Anybody that thinks that I’m married to Gwen already, I love it. My God. Who wouldn’t want to be married to Gwen Stefani?” Meanwhile, we think Gwen will forgive Dua for her little faux pas. The pair have teamed up for a new version of Dua’s huge hit Physical, which will feature on her remix album due later this month.READ MORE: Dua Lipa Gives Fan's Mash-Up Of Her Song And BBC News Theme The Seal Of Approval Sorry, But We Need To Talk About The Brilliance Of Dua Lipa's MTV EMAs Performance Wendy Williams Attempting To Say Dua Lipa's Name Is Our New Favourite Thing
Global Chatbots Market is expected to reach USD 4125.3 Million by 2025, from USD 750.3 Million in 2017 growing at a CAGR of 36.5% during the forecast period of 2020 to 2025.Chatbots is a computer program designed to simulate chat with human users, over the Internet.It conducts conversation via auditing and textual messages.Major Market Competitors/Players: Global Chatbots MarketSome of the major players operating in the global chatbots market are IBM, Nuance Communications, Inc., eGain Corporation., Creative Virtual Ltd., Artificial Solutions, Next IT Corp., [24]7.ai, Inc., CX Company, Speaktoit, Inc., iDAvatars, Baidu, Inc, Poncho, Kik., WeChat., Varo, Babylon, ReplyYes, SRI International, Inbenta Technologies Inc., Anboto, among others.Get Exclusive Sample Report: @ https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-chatbots-marketThese are the computer programs that imitate conversation with people using artificial intelligence.The chatbot ecosystem includes several cross-linking features that enable enhanced performance of chatbots in various applications.Many companies prefer in-built chatbots on their websites as they facilitate companies in providing immediate customer interaction.Market Segmentation: Global Chatbots MarketThe global chatbots market is segmented into type, industry vertical, usage, deployment type, end user and by geography.Based on type, the global chatbots market is segmented into software and services.Services are further segmented into professional services and managed services.On the basis of usage, the global chatbots market is segmented into websites, contact centres, social media, and mobile platform.On the basis of industry vertical, the global chatbots market is segmented into financial services, healthcare, communication, retail, travel and hospitality, government, education, utilities and others.On the basis of deployment type, the global chatbots market is segmented into on-premises and on-cloud.On the basis of end user, the global chatbots market is segmented into small and medium enterprises, large enterprises.Competitive Analysis: Global Chatbots MarketThe global chatbots market is highly fragmented and the major players have used various strategies such as new product launches, expansions, agreements, joint ventures, partnerships, acquisitions, and others to increase their footprints in this market.
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