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Xiaomi is celebrating 10 years of its origin on August 11th and Co-Founder Lei Jun will give a special speech on the journey in addition ... The post Mi 10 Ultra (120X Zoom): Here’s a seemingly official render appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Looks like people really want the Pixel 4a in the US.
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The company's updated service agreement hinted at change
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“If we can reduce the accuracy of these models to make them untrustworthy... then we would have largely succeeded.”
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Atlassian announced during its fourth quarter earnings on July 30 that it's acquiring Swedish startup Mindville, which helps companies track and manage the IT services they're using. Atlassian has been investing heavily in IT service management: In the past few years, it has also acquired the incident management company Opsgenie, Automation for Jira, and ticketing company Halp. Besides IT service management, Atlassian has been investing in its cloud offerings.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In the past few years, $43 billion Australian software giant Atlassian has been investing aggressively in IT service management, with products geared towards allowing customers to manage and respond to incidents like outages.  Most recently, Atlassian announced in its July 30 fourth quarter earnings call that it's acquiring Swedish startup Mindville, which helps companies track and manage the services they're using. Neither Atlassian nor Mindville disclosed the terms of the deal.  This is the latest in a series of similar acquisitions that Atlassian has made in IT service management, including the incident management company Opsgenie in late 2018, Automation for Jira late 2019, and ticketing company Halp in May 2020.  Meanwhile, Atlassian's own IT management product, Jira Service Desk, has also seen significant growth during the coronavirus pandemic.  For large businesses especially, IT service management (ITSM) is becoming a top need, and Atlassian is increasingly working to become a major player in the space, competing with companies like ServiceNow. "Mindville is a cornerstone of the ITSM strategy. It's one of the key aspects that will allow us to grow in the IT space," Edwin Wong, head of product at Atlassian, told Business Insider. "With various acquisitions already made, we want to continue that journey. It's a modern and different take on IT for our customers." Atlassian had already been partnering with Mindville Mindville allows customers to better understand the hardware and software services they're using and see how they're linked. For example, if a company wants to make a technical change, they can learn about how risky the change is, what services might break, and what teams will be impacted.  In the past, software releases could take six months to one year, but now the process moves much faster: Teams can release updates multiple times a day. Because of that, there's a greater need to manage IT services, Wong says.  "You start to realize that IT roles have started to become really different ones," Wong said. "They're much more software-centric. How you go about delivering software services will be one of the key muscles that organizations seek to build." Atlassian had already been partnering with the company, which has over 1700 customers, including NASA, Samsung, and Spotify. Now, Atlassian plans to integrate Mindville with its other product offerings like Jira Service Desk. The product is more important than ever as the coronavirus pandemic changes how many companies conduct business and forces them to quickly move to digital tools.  Read more: Over half of developers are responding to IT issues more slowly than usual, according to a survey by Atlassian, the company that makes one of the most popular ticketing tools While Atlassian is increasingly competing with ServiceNow, both companies have different ways of approaching customers, says Gregg Moskowitz, managing director at financial services firm Mizuho. While ServiceNow sells its products in a top-down way to large businesses, Atlassian focuses on getting developers on board, who then bring the product to their companies. "It's going to be years before these vendors are countering each other," Moskowitz told Business Insider.  Atlassian is investing heavily in cloud In addition to IT service management, Atlassian is focusing on its cloud business in the coming year, and is working to hire more engineers, build more cloud products, and create migration tools and discounts, as well as partner services. Cloud has become Atlassian's first and foremost priority, Moskowitz says. When the Australian software giant first launched in 2002, its products were designed to be run on private data centers. What could have been a weakness has since turned into a strength, as Atlassian now offers products on both the cloud and traditional servers. Currently, most users of products like Jira and Confluence use private data centers, so there's a big opportunity for Atlassian to help them move to the cloud.  "That can be very important because if customers like what Atlassian has to offer, it's going to make new customers much more likely to buy more products from Atlassian than they otherwise would," Moskowitz said. "That's an absolutely important part of the whole story." Atlassian's most recent earnings beat Wall Street's expectations as it announced that it generated $430.5 million in revenue, up 29% from the same time the year before. Still, the company also estimated that it faced a $10 million impact the past quarter due to the coronavirus pandemic as small business customers were hit especially hard. Still, analysts expect to  see long-term growth from Atlassian. "We see the company benefiting from higher cloud pricing uplift longer term and believe its cloud platform investment will drive more efficient product innovation going forward," Arjun Bhatia, research analyst at William Blair, wrote in a note to clients, "Enabling Atlassian to build on its competitive advantage and drive long-term sustainable growth." Got a tip? Contact this reporter via email at [email protected]inessinsider.com, Signal at 646.376.6106, Telegram at @rosaliechan, or Twitter DM at @rosaliechan17. (PR pitches by email only, please.) Other types of secure messaging available upon request. SEE ALSO: The top 4 best practices for managing engineering teams remotely, according to managers from productivity companies like Asana, GitHub, and Atlassian Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How waste is dealt with on the world's largest cruise ship
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NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley just completed a crucial test flight of SpaceX's new Crew Dragon spaceship. The men splashed the space capsule into the Gulf of Mexico at 2:48 p.m. ET off the coast of Pensacola, Florida, following a risky plunge through Earth's atmosphere. NASA's administrator said the mission marks "the next era in human spaceflight," since the agency is now poised to purchase flights from SpaceX. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said after the mission's launch that he once doubted the company would ever see this day. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. SpaceX just achieved a feat that even CEO Elon Musk thought improbable when he founded the rocket company in 2002: flying people to and from space. On Sunday afternoon, NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley safely careened back to Earth after a 27-million-mile mission in orbit around the planet. The men flew in SpaceX's new Crew Dragon spaceship, landing the cone-shaped capsule at 2:48 p.m. ET in the Gulf of Mexico near Pensacola, Florida. Ahead of the landing, the crew undocked from the $150 billion International Space Station, where they'd spent 63 days, then performed a series of maneuvers to return home to their families. The capsule handily survived a blistering 3,500-degree-Fahrenheit return through Earth's atmosphere, a high-stakes parachute deployment, and the final splashdown. Shortly after 4 p.m. ET, a SpaceX and NASA recovery crew pulled the astronauts from their toasted ship.  "Thanks for doing the most difficult part and the most important part of human spaceflight: sending us into orbit and bringing us home safely," Behnken said shortly before leaving the spaceship, which he and Hurley named Endeavour. "Thank you again for the good ship Endeavour." "It's absolutely been an honor and a pleasure to work with you, from the entire SpaceX team," a capsule communicator responded from mission control at SpaceX's headquarters in Hawthorne, California. SpaceX privately designed, built, and operated the vehicle with about $2.7 billion in contracts from NASA's Commercial Crew Program. The money helped SpaceX create its newfound spaceflight capability and is funding about half a dozen missions — including Behnken and Hurley's demonstration flight, Demo-2, which launched on May 30. With Demo-2's completion, SpaceX has put an end to a nine-year drought of crewed spaceflight from US soil. The company also resurrected NASA's ability to reach the ISS, where the agency hopes to ramp up work to help it return humans to the moon and eventually reach Mars. The mission's end likely brings SpaceX just weeks from a NASA certification of its Crew Dragon for regular flights of astronauts — and private citizens. "We don't want to purchase, own, and operate the hardware the way we used to. We want to be one customer of many customers in a very robust commercial marketplace in low-Earth orbit," Jim Bridenstine, NASA's administrator, said during a NASA TV broadcast ahead of the landing. He added: "This is the next era in human spaceflight, where NASA gets to be the customer. We want to be a strong customer, we want to be a great partner. But we don't want to be the only ones that are operating with humans in space." In a news briefing following the landing, officials and astronauts remarked on how uneventful the astronaut's return flight was (except for a few surprises on the ground, such as civilian boats pulling up to the space capsule). "It did not seem like this was the first NASA SpaceX mission with astronauts on board," Michael Hopkins, a NASA astronaut who's slated to fly on SpaceX's next mission, Crew-1, said. "It seemed to go extremely smoothly." Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX's president and CEO, said even SpaceX leadership was a bit taken aback. "I think we're surprised — minorly surprised, but obviously incredibly pleased — that this went as smoothly as it did," she said. American astronauts, rockets, and spaceships launching from US soil Before Demo-2, the United States hadn't launched humans into space from American soil since July 2011, when NASA flew its final space shuttle mission. During the following nine years, NASA had to rely on Russia's Soyuz launch system to ferry its astronauts to and from the space station. But that became increasingly expensive. Over time, Russia charged more and more per round-trip ticket for each NASA astronaut. The cost rose from about $21 million in 2008 (before the shuttle was retired) to more than $90 million per seat on a planned flight for October. A seat on SpaceX's Crew Dragon, meanwhile, is projected to cost $55 million (not including NASA's $2.7 billion in funding), according to NASA's inspector general. Also, with just one to two seats for NASA astronauts aboard each Soyuz flight — compared to the space shuttle's seven — the arrangement limited American use of the ISS, which has housed as many as 13 people at once (though space-station crews are typically six people). Most concerning to mission managers, the arrangement left NASA reliant on a single launch system. That became especially worrisome when high-profile issues arose with Soyuz over the past few years, including a mysterious leak and a rocket-launch failure that forced an emergency landing. After these incidents, NASA and other space agencies had nowhere else to turn.  With SpaceX's successful Demo-2 flight — and the upcoming test flights of Boeing's CST-100 Starliner spaceship — that insecure footing for US astronauts is now in the rearview mirror. "This is the culmination of a dream," SpaceX CEO Elon Musk told "CBS This Morning" ahead of the mission's launch in May. "This is a dream come true. In fact, it feels surreal." In addition to giving NASA better access to the space station, having a spacecraft and launch system enables the agency to use the space station's microgravity environment to conduct more science experiments — in pharmaceuticals, materials science, astronomy, medicine, and more. "The International Space Station is a critical capability for the United States of America. Having access to it is also critical," Bridenstine said during a briefing on May 1. "We are moving forward very rapidly with this program that is so important to our nation and, in fact, to the entire world." Demo-2 brings SpaceX one step closer to the moon and Mars With the completion of Demo-2, SpaceX has also gained operational experience flying people to and from space for the first time. That's hugely important to Musk, who has big plans for SpaceX. The company plans to fly tourists into space: In February, SpaceX announced that it had sold four seats through a spaceflight tourism company called Space Adventures. Then in March, news broke that the company Axiom Space — led in part by a former ISS mission manager at NASA — had also signed a deal with SpaceX. There's even a flight of actor Tom Cruise aboard Crew Dragon in the works — part of a plan to film a movie aboard the ISS. But Musk's primary aim is to launch people around the moon, later land others on the lunar surface, then move on to establish Martian cities. His ultimate goal is to put 1 million settlers on the red planet. NASA shares some of Musk's ambitions to send humans back to the moon and eventually to Mars. Sending astronauts to the space station aboard the Crew Dragon represents a major milestone toward those goals. Bridenstine also said  that he'd eventually like to see entire commercial space stations in the future.  "The next big thing is we need commercial space stations themselves. And in order to create the market for commercial space stations, we have to have these transformational capabilities," Bridenstine said ahead of the landing. 'I doubted us, too' During a briefing following the launch of Demo-2, Business Insider asked Musk if he had a message for those who ever doubted him or the company. "To be totally frank, I doubted us, too. I thought we had maybe — when starting SpaceX — maybe had a 10% chance of reaching orbit. So to those who doubted us I was like, 'Well, I think you're probably right,'" Musk said. He added: "It took us took us four attempts just to get to orbit with Falcon 1 ... People told me this joke: How do you make a small fortune in the rocket industry? 'You start with a large one' is the punch line." Musk said SpaceX "just barely made it there," adding, "So hey, I think those doubters were — their probability assessment was correct. But fortunately, fate has smiled upon us and brought us to this day." This story has been updated with new information. It was originally published at 2:48 p.m. ET on August 2, 2020. Do you have a story or inside information to share about the spaceflight industry? Send Dave Mosher an email at [email protected] or a Twitter direct message at @davemosher. More secure communication options are listed here.SEE ALSO: Why SpaceX's astronaut mission for NASA is such a big deal for Elon Musk's rocket company and the US as a whole DON'T MISS: SpaceX is about to win a high-stakes game of capture the flag that Barack Obama started 9 years ago Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why NASA waited nearly a decade to send astronauts into space from the US
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Algorithms are helping us totally rethink the food system
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Sci-fi author Arkady Martine's novel is set in an advanced, galaxy-spinning futuristic empire. But that doesn't mean it's a utopia.
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The design looks familiar, but the battery tech is all-new
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Brian Blessed has summed up the thoughts of the nation after telling Covid-19 virus to “bugger off” – the problem is, he did it on daytime TV. The actor appeared on ITV’s Lorraine on Thursday to discuss the 40th anniversary of Flash Gordon, but he got rather impassioned when speaking about coronavirus. After telling host Christine Lampard about how thankful he was to the NHS for the treatment and care his wife received before recovering from cancer, pneumonia and heart problems, he sent a stern message to the virus.“This Covid virus – I really want to say one swear word – bugger off!” he shouted, with his trademark bellow. “We will beat it, it will go away, I believe in the human spirit and we are showing immense courage in this country, but thanks to the NHS,” he added. An amused Christine swiftly issued an apology for Brian’s outburst, saying: “It has been the most extraordinary time, I’m sure some of us would use even a stronger word than that, but obviously we can’t and we will apologise for any bad language.”As Brian apologised, she added: “Oh no, don’t worry, I think we’re all feeling it.”MORE ENTERTAINMENT: The Muppets Fans Baffled By Kermit The Frog's New Voice On The One Show Of Course Hugh Jackman Used His Emmy Nomination As A Chance To Rip Ryan Reynolds I'm A Celebrity, Get Me In There? Here's All The Stars Rumoured For The Jungle This Year During the interview, the 83-year-old also discussed his wish to be the oldest man to visit the moon and how he keeps fit and healthy. He revealed: “I did training at Space City in Moscow. I did 800 hours there and then worked with NASA in the Pacific. I’m a fully qualified cosmonaut. I just love it.“I say to people that nature does not cheat. There is no-one like you. We have all got something that nobody else has got. And you have got to be allowed to fulfil your dream for don’t let people stop you fulfilling your dreams. I think you must just go for it.”He continued: “I am totally fearless. I train everyday, not out of vanity, but because of the expeditions I want to do. I bench press 300 pounds. I’m 83 years of age, I do five-mile runs. We all have these special qualities.”Lorraine airs weekdays at 9am on ITV. 
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Throughout 2020, Microsoft has been hosting various digital events centered around the Xbox Series X. In May, for instance, we saw a showcase of third-party games coming to the new console, while an event last week showed us a number of games that Xbox Game Studios developers are working on. Now, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has seemingly confirmed that an … Continue reading
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Electric vehicles are opening new doors towards innovation. Case in point, the eBussy modular EV. From the get-go, the eBussy is similar to Japanese kei cars with its compact footprint and smallish dimensions. But then again, eBussy is the only EV we know of that is configurable in up to 10 body styles. The eBussy is the brainchild of German … Continue reading
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Spotify listening hours have returned to the same level they was at prior to the pandemic, the company announced today in its latest earnings release. It reported that the recovery was strongest in areas where the spread of the COVID-19 virus is apparently slowing. Spotify also said that overall podcast consumption has more than doubled. Spotify reported a loss of €356 million overall in the period, The Wall Street Journal reports, despite an increase in paying subscribers. Just three months ago, Spotify reported big changes in listening habits as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Every day now looks like the weekend,” the company wrote in its last earnings release, referring to the changes in morning routines it saw as people spent... Continue reading…
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The Citan already handles the commercial sector, but the brand will tackle the private sector with a small, luxurious van.
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Before you dive into the wild world of sim racing, you're going to need a wheel and pedals. Skip the cross-shopping and check out these favorites.
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We’re here to guide you through the coronavirus pandemic. Sign up to the Life newsletter for daily tips, advice, how-tos and escapism.We’ve all heard of ‘earth mothers’ – but how about an ‘earth baby’?If you want to invest your child with a keen sense of connection to the world around them – and ensure they take care of it – why not consider a name inspired by the environment?In a bid to discover the best green names, Save On Energy collated an extensive list of names related to plants, nature and the earth. They then analysed the top 500 names listed in Nameberry’s top baby names of 2020 to discover which names ranked the highest. We have a wealth of baby name inspiration on HuffPost UK Parents, but here are 10 of our favourites for a budding eco-warrior. Related... These Unique Baby Names Are Inspired By The Great Outdoors LunaLuna is the most popular eco-friendly baby name for girls, and comes from the Latin word luna meaning ‘moon’.OliverOf English origin, the name Oliver comes from the name for ‘olive tree’. AuroraThe Roman goddess of dawn, Aurora is unique, unusual and doubles up as the name for natural phenomenon, the Northern Lights. JasperThe name Jasper comes from the gemstone by the same name. It is usually red, yellow, brown or green – and, rarely, blue.IslaIsla, meaning ‘island’ in Spanish, is a popular sustainable girl’s name – and the fifth most popular girl’s name in the UK, according to Nameberry. Related... What's In A Name? 12 Baby Names Inspired By Shakespeare LeoGreek for ‘lion’, the name Leo can also be a nickname for those named Leopold, or Leonard. HazelComes from the hazel tree, and became a popular name for girls in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.KaiKai represents water in a number of languages – in Hawaiian, it means means ‘the sea’; while in Japanese, it’s ‘ocean’ or ‘shell’. IvyIvy comes from the popular, pretty, creeping plant. It signifies being faithful – Ancient Greeks even gave ivy wreaths to newlyweds.AtlasNamed after the mythical Titan who carried the weight of the world on his shoulders, Titan means great strength.  Related... Here Are 10 Unique Names For Your Newborn, Inspired By Netflix The Top 20 Baby Names Parents Regret Choosing – And Why These Vintage Baby Names Are Getting More Popular
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It will search for evidence of ancient life on the planet
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Scientists might be closer to understanding one of the most common symptoms of covid-19.
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Studies from around the world suggest that success depends on class size, distancing, the age of the students, and how prevalent the virus is locally.
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The employee said that he was fired for his objections to media manipulation practices at Alibaba-owned UC Web amid tense diplomatic relations.
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Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. So you’ve given the new Peacock streaming service a try. You like what you see and try out the paid version, Premium, or the ad-free version, Premium Plus. You’ve done the week-long trial, but you’re not loving what you’ve seen. So what do you do? Honestly, I get it. Peacock‘s decent, but I admit the main reason I signed on was to have unfettered access to some good ol’ Law & Order. Since I don’t (yet)… This story continues at The Next Web
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Scientists have rediscovered a "lost planet" 620 light-years away from Earth, according to a new study.
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(Cornell University) A collaboration between researchers from Cornell University, Northwestern University and University of Virginia combined complementary imaging techniques to explore the atomic structure of human enamel, exposing tiny chemical flaws in the fundamental building blocks of our teeth. The findings could help scientists prevent or possibly reverse tooth decay.
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Kate Garraway has said it was “emotional” celebrating her son’s birthday without her husband Derek Draper, as she revealed the sweet surprise Myleene Klass set up for 11-year-old Bill. Derek remains seriously ill in hospital after contracting coronavirus in March, but said he would be “proud” of the celebrations Bill enjoyed at the weekend. Kate’s Smooth Radio colleague Myleene arranged for a special jungle camp to be set up in Kate’s garden on Saturday as her son turned 11. View this post on InstagramA post shared by Kate Garraway (@kategarraway) on Jul 18, 2020 at 1:28pm PDTShe wrote on Instagram: “So I was super nervous about Bill’s birthday this year – we usually have a family do with grandparents & a few of his friends but obviously this not possible.“So we are seeing grandparents separately but wanted to do something for him & his mates in the garden. Derek is so brilliant at this, organising treasure hunts & boys own adventures so mentioned to @myleeneklass really didn’t want to let Bill down & did she know anyone with a tent we could borrow in case it was wet.“Little did I know what I was unleashing! She is in her element! At 8.30 this morning she arrived with Apollo in tow to supervise the brilliant @sleepyteepeeuk to set up the most amazing jungle camp ever!!! ….”Sharing a video of Bill exploring the teepee, which was set up for a sleepover, she wrote: “When Billy woke up he could not believe his eyes!!!! Thanks @sleepyteepeeuk & @myleeneklass and the fabulous @ariannemerry … feel so emotional but know Derek will be so proud and pleased. Can never thank you enough.” View this post on InstagramA post shared by Kate Garraway (@kategarraway) on Jul 18, 2020 at 1:31pm PDTKate and Myleene were also joined by the Good Morning Britain presenter’s I’m A Celebrity campmate Roman Kemp, who donned his jungle outfit for the occasion. Sharing a video of Roman playing Nerf wars with the kids at the party, she wrote: “You are a total star & great mate - so lovely to see you & your dad @martinjkemp.” View this post on InstagramA post shared by Kate Garraway (@kategarraway) on Jul 18, 2020 at 1:50pm PDTSpeaking about the weekend’s celebrations on Monday’s Good Morning Britain, Kate said: “Billy absolutely loved it, he was completely overwhelmed.“He was emotional too of course, but I said we were gonna do it all again when Derek gets back.”Earlier this month, Kate revealed her husband was out of his induced coma, but said he is still “desperately” ill and in a “minimal state of consciousness”, with doctors telling her they’ve never treated anyone so sick.She said though that there were “flickers of hope” as “his lungs are starting to recover, his kidneys and liver are doing better”, but added: “But they don’t know how much better he can get and there’s nothing to compare it to.”READ MORE: Kate Garraway Returns To Present Good Morning Britain After Three-Month Absence Lorraine Kelly Praises Kate Garraway's Strength In Husband's Covid-19 Battle: 'I'm So Proud Of Her' Piers Morgan Says Kate Garraway's Husband Remains In 'Serious Condition' As He Clarifies Health Reports
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Gates says a pandemic like coronavirus can affect not only women's health but economic opportunity.
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You can download your data on Instagram by accessing the app's security settings, and requesting the data from Instagram. Downloading your Instagram data allows you to export photos, videos, archived stories, comments, messages and more. You can download your data from either the Instagram app or the website. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. If you are thinking of leaving Instagram for good, downloading your data is a smart move.  The data download tool not only gives you a copy of all the videos, photos, and stories you've archived, but also messages, profile information, and comments. If anything, the feature allows you to have a backup of everything you've uploaded to the platform. Luckily, it's an easy process that's not hard to figure out. Here's how to download your data through the Instagram app for your iPhone and Android devices, or through any internet browser on your Mac and PC. Check out the products mentioned in this article: iPhone 11 (From $699.99 at Apple) Samsung Galaxy S10 (From $699.99 at Walmart) Apple Macbook Pro (From $1,299.00 at Apple) Acer Chromebook 15 (From $179.99 at Walmart) How to download Instagram data through the mobile app 1. Open the Instagram app and go to your profile page by tapping your icon in the bottom-right corner. 2. In the upper-right hand corner of your profile page, tap the three horizontally stacked lines. Then, tap "Settings." 3. Select "Security."  4. Under "Data and History," tap "Download Data."  5. Enter your email address and then select "Request Download."  6. Enter your password and then tap "Next."  You'll receive an email with the data within 48 hours. How to download Instagram data through the website 1. Visit the Instagram website and log in if you haven't already. 2. Click the profile icon in the upper-right hand corner of the screen, and then click "Settings." 3. Click "Privacy and Security" in the left sidebar. 4. Scroll down to find "Data Download." Then, click "Request Download."  5. Enter your email address and enter your Instagram password, then click "Request Download." You'll receive an email with the data within 48 hours. How to view your Instagram data If you don't think it's necessary to request a copy of your data, but still want to view it, you can do that as well. You can review everything Instagram tracks from the date you joined the platform to your ads interests.  1. Open the Instagram app. 2. Go to your profile page by tapping the profile icon on the far-right side of the bottom toolbar. 3. In the upper-right hand corner of your profile page, tap the three horizontally stacked lines. Then, tap "Settings." 4. Select "Security."  5. Under "Data and History," tap "Access Data."    Related coverage from Tech Reference: Why aren't my Instagram notifications working? How to fix your notification settings so that you never miss a post or alert How to add a quiz to your Instagram story and customize it for your followers to answer How to tell if someone has muted you on Instagram, so that your posts won't appear in their feed How to post a live photo on Instagram in 2 different ways How to post panorama photos on Instagram in 2 different ways SEE ALSO: The best iPhone accessories from cases to lightning cables Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why electric planes haven't taken off yet
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Another day, another Zoom security hole. The video conferencing service revealed it has patched a vulnerability that could’ve allowed attackers to impersonate legitimate business accounts in order to phish user credentials, steal data, and infect employees with malware. The kink, which was discovered by security firm Check Point and disclosed to Zoom, essentially resided in the company’s “Vanity URL” feature which lets business users generate custom links for meetings — like yourcompany.zoom.us. Unfortunately, a shortcoming in the implementation made it possible to fake such invitations without the knowledge of potential victims. An attacker could create a standard meeting link (like https://zoom.us/j/##########)… This story continues at The Next Web
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A viral video from Hong Kong shows a 27-year-old man at McDonald’s physically assaulting a worker who had asked him to put on a mask.
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Are you bored of The Sims 4? Adding mods to your game can keep things interesting and give you more freedom.
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Print it out, pop a stamp on it, stick it in a pillar box. Might have been quicker Axe-happy Tsohost has found another way to upset its customers this week. Email, it appears, has taken a bit of a totter.…
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