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All the laptop you’ll ever need for school, for only $430, down 38% from its regular price of $700.
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Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, and Facebook all reported their second-quarter earnings on Thursday. These four, along with Microsoft, are the five most-valuable publicly traded companies on the S&P 500. These earnings reports come one day after the CEOs of Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, and Facebook testified before the House Judiciary's antitrust subcommittee over possible anticompetitive behavior. All four tech companies reported better-than-expected earnings. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Facebook Facebook beat Wall Street estimates for daily active users and reported double-digit revenue growth year-over-year, sending its stock soaring 8% in after-hours trading. Here are the key numbers, as well as Wall Street estimates, via Bloomberg: Revenue: $18.69 billion, up 11% year-on-year ($17.31 billion expected) Earnings Per Share (EPS) GAAP: $1.80 ($1.39 expected) Daily Active Facebook Users: 1.79 billion, up 12% year-on-year (1.74 billion expected) Monthly Active Facebook Users: 2.7 billion, up 12% year-on-year (2.63 billion expected) —Rob Price Amazon Amazon blew past Wall Street estimates, with $88.9 billion in sales last quarter, but fell short on growth with Amazon Web Services. Amazon stock was up by as much as 6% in after-hours trading. EPS (GAAP): $10.30 versus expectations of $1.50 per share Revenue: $88.9 billion versus expectations of $81.24 billion AWS: $10.81 billion versus expectations of $11.01 billion —Eugene Kim Apple Apple exceeded Wall Street estimates for its fiscal third quarter. Apple's stock was up 5% and passed $400 per share for the first time in after-hours trading. Q3 revenue: $59.7 billion. Analysts were expecting $52.3 billion. In the same quarter one year ago, Apple posted revenue of $53.8 billion. Q3 earnings per share (GAAP): $2.58. Analysts were looking for $2.07. In its third-quarter of 2019, Apple earned $2.18 a share. iPhone revenue: $26.4 billion, up 1.7% from $25.9 billion in its fiscal third-quarter 2019. Services revenue: $13.1 billion. Apple's revenue segment generated $11.5 billion in the same period last year. Wearables revenue: $6.4 billion. Apple posted $5.5 billion in revenue for its wearables business in last year's third quarter. —Lisa Eadicicco Alphabet Google parent company Alphabet reported revenue of $31.6 billion minus traffic acquisition costs, a decline of roughly 2% year-over-year. This is the first time in its trading history that it reported an annual decline in revenue, first reported by CNBC. Still, it beat Wall Street estimates. Revenue: $31.6 billion (minus traffic acquisition costs), vs expectation of $30.5 billion. EPS (GAAP): $10.13, vs expectation of $8.27. Net Income: $6.96 billion. Google Cloud revenue: $3.01 billion. YouTube ad revenue: $3.81 billion. —Hugh LangleySEE ALSO: Newly released Steve Jobs emails, included in Congress' antitrust investigation, show how ruthless the Apple founder could be Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: A cleaning expert reveals her 3-step method for cleaning your entire home quickly
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Cable named for compsci legend Grace Hopper to link US, UK, Spain Cloud and ads behemoth Google is building a subsea internet cable linking the US to the UK and Spain.…
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Shares rise after 30,000 participants get their Phase III jabs.
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(Hokkaido University) Hokkaido University researchers have found a soft and wet material that can memorize, retrieve, and forget information, much like the human brain. They report their findings in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
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Its no secret that Amazon sends out a ton of packages every year, and that produces a lot of cardboard box waste. Amazon has decided to take steps toward fixing that by rolling out new shipping boxes that not only use less material, but can also be repurposed into other things. As the saying goes: “reduce, reuse, recycle.” Obviously, you … Continue reading
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Here's how to watch defending champion Matthew Wolff take on his competitors today
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AT&T email about phone shutoffs was so confusing some users thought it was a scam.
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Aang's successor has joined him on the streaming platform.
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Scientists have found that some fishes absorb up to 99.956 percent of the light that hits them. The weird deep-sea menagerie just got a whole lot weirder.
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Get the latest on coronavirus. Sign up to the Daily Brief for news, explainers, how-tos, opinion and more.A Covid-19 vaccine could be rolled out across the country in the first half of 2021 if trials are successful, a scientist leading research in the UK has said.Professor Robin Shattock, who heads a team developing a vaccine at Imperial College London, said that enough doses would be available for everyone in the UK if trials go “really well”.But he warned there was “no certainty” that any of the vaccines currently being developed will be successful, as it is dependent on the level of immunity needed to prevent infection.Appearing on Sky News’ Sophy Ridge On Sunday, he said: “So we anticipate if everything goes really well that we’ll get an answer as to whether it works by early next year.“And we have put in place the infrastructure to make that vaccine for the whole of the UK.“So, assuming that the funding is there to purchase that vaccine, we could have that vaccine rolled out across the UK in the first half of next year.”Some 15 volunteers have been vaccinated for the trial so far, which will be ramped up to include another 200-300 participants in the “coming weeks”, he said.Scientists developing a vaccine currently do not know what level of immunity people need to prevent infection, which makes the chance of success “difficult to predict”, according to Shattock.“If you only need a very small amount of immunity, I suspect most of the vaccines that are being developed will actually work, but if you need a very strong immune response or particular quality of immune response, we’ll see that actually it will be shaking out to some of these candidates,” he told the programme.“We hope we will be the candidate, one of the candidates, that is successful, but there’s no certainty with any individual approach.”Although development is also taking place at the University of Oxford, Shattock said that a vaccine being made available by September “feels very optimistic” – partly due to the number of infections falling in the UK.Asked if there was a chance a vaccine might not work, he replied: “Now I think that’s a very low, low risk.“I think we’re very lucky in the UK that we have two very strong candidates, the one from Imperial, the one from Oxford, and so we’re pretty well placed, but there’s still not a certainty that either of those two will work.”Due to the urgency of the coronavirus crisis, any vaccine will need to be introduced “very cautiously”, according to Shattock, as the normal full trials will not take place.“I think the wire pressure is actually there’s such a push to develop a vaccine that normally, we would study a vaccine for two years before we made it widely available to the general public,” he told the programme.“And of course, we won’t have two years of safety for this vaccine or any of the vaccines that are being developed.“And so they still will need to be introduced very cautiously, with long-term follow up, as that pressure to get a vaccine in and to get economies up and running is really very strong.” Related... Go Back To Work To 'Fire Up' Economy, Michael Gove Urges Public Demand for 'Pandemic Puppies' Prompts Fears Over Animal Welfare Donald Trump Finally Wears A Mask In Public
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What’s the only thing better than the Snapdragon 865 5G Mobile Platform? The Snapdragon 865 5G Plus Mobile Platform, of course.
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I had a front row seat at Microsoft to watch the first two application model transitions. Early mainframe and minicomputer systems were monolithic, with data storage, application code, and terminal services all in one box. When the microprocessor and Ethernet networks emerged during the 1980’s, they enabled lower-cost computers to work together and communicate over local area networks. PC’s and Unix workstations began to connect to servers, leveraging a new, multi-machine, client-server programming model for business applications. Client-server applications emerged with a graphical user interface coupled to a back-end SQL database (frequently Oracle Database or SQL Server).To read this article in full, please click here
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Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.This article is written by Patrick Brewer, founder of Brewer Consulting and SurePath Wealth, host of “The Model FA” podcast, and an Advisor in The Oracles.That’s because the advisory business requires a level of trust-building that just can’t be automated.I’ve helped hundreds of financial advisors improve their marketing techniques with the exact strategies I have personally used to grow my advisory business from $0 to $60 million in assets under management in just three years.Video is a huge opportunity for financial advisors.The combination of seeing your face and hearing your voice means you create a deeper emotional connection with potential clients than you can through other mediums.
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For a moment, it seems as if the adults and children gathered for the WIRED25 Festival atop San Francisco’s Commonwealth Club will find out.Savage, the longtime cohost of television’s MythBusters, allowed that his juggling skills have faded since he was 15, when he went pro as a poorly paid entertainer at a poorly regarded amusement park.No humans were harmed in the making of this talk, during which Savage revealed his secret to getting smart, or at least getting good at something.First, what getting good at something is not: genius.Savage told the crowd that this concept is one that, after 296 episodes of MythBusters with cohost Jamie Hyneman, he has yet to bust.(The show went off the air in 2016.)
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Perhaps the age when Samsung kept its flagship lines separated through features is slowly coming to an end.While there are still things that the Galaxy S10 can’t do without an S Pen, Samsung is slowly bridging that gap through feature updates.The latest feature set may not be as high-profile as the previous one but Galaxy S10 owners can now at least enjoy some more feature parity with the Galaxy Note 10.Why bother with an S Pen, which is only available on a more expensive phablet, when your finger can do just as well.You don’t need pressure sensitivity, for example, to draw an AR Doodle on top of your images and videos, for example.And a stylus definitely has no bearing on stabilization or especially a Night Mode on the front camera and, fortunately, the Galaxy S10 family can enjoy all of those now as well.
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that SAID, has researched the attitudes of those who have to travel for a self-driven car.the Following experience is preferred, and 73 per cent, to be able to share the control of the vehicle, and 92 percent wanted to have an emergency stop button.A number of studies have asked consumers what they think of the autonomous cars, and in the united states are moving very slowly.However, my own experience may help to dispel the scepticism and open your mind.in your experience, is it one of those that still would like to have a hand in driving.in the SAID survey includes the 1 395 respondents, in four presentations between 2017-2019, Los Angeles, Detroit, and two locations in Florida.
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You didn't ask for it, we didn't tell you about it, but hey, it clears GDPR so what you gonna do?Ubiquiti Networks is fending off customer complaints after emitting a firmware update that caused its UniFi wireless routers to quietly phone HQ with telemetry.It all kicked off when the US-based manufacturer confirmed that a software update released this month programmed the devices to establish secure connections back to Ubiquiti servers and report information on Wi-Fi router performance and crashes.Ubiquiti told customers all of the information is being handled securely, and has been cleared to comply with GDPR, Europe's data privacy rules.Punters are upset they weren't warned of the change."Any data collected is completely anonymized, GDPR compliant, transmitted using end-to-end encryption and encrypted at rest.
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The iPad is a great way to access all your favorite apps and services on a bigger screen, and for some, it even services as a decent replacement to your laptop.With Black Friday on the way, you might be looking for some discounts on what’s arguably the best tablet on the market — and you’re in luck.iPads are great gifts, too.They’re versatile and useful, plus they offer a range of great games and access to all your favorite entertainment.We’ve been combing the web for the best Black Friday iPad deals — and here’s what we could find.Check out our full guides on the best Black Friday deals and Cyber Monday deals.
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Nvidia‘s research team has just developed a new AI that can use an existing video and just one image to make the person in the image imitate moves from the video.Technically, the method known as video-to-video synthesis takes an input video like a segmentation mask or human poses to turn it into a photorealistic video using an image.The research team said there are two major problems with the current set of AI models trying to achieve the same: First, these models need a trove of target images to turn them into a video.And second, the capability of these models to generalize the output is limited.To overcome these obstacles, researchers trained a new model that learns to generate videos of previously unseen humans or scenes – images that weren’t present in the training dataset – using just a few images of them.The team then tested this over various scenarios such as dance moves and talking heads.
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It’s the largest commitment of any of the Big Five in the tech industry, all of which have pledged various amounts of money toward helping build more affordable housing in and around the cities they operate near.The only major US tech company who has yet to pledge a significant amount of money toward the issue is Amazon, although Amazon did donate $8 million over the summer to nonprofits that provide housing for the homeless.The company has also donated more than $130 million to a pair of nonprofits, Mary’s Place and FareStart, that provide shelter and job assistance to the homeless.Apple, which is based in Cupertino outside of San Jose and is less than an hour’s drive from San Francisco, has more than 130,000 employees, many of which command high salaries and have, both directly and indirectly, contributed to the lack of affordable housing in Northern California.Last month, Facebook pledged $1 billion toward the issue, while Google pledged the same amount back in June.“Before the world knew the name Silicon Valley, and long before we carried technology in our pockets, Apple called this region home.”
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It's easy to create and send a Memoji on WhatsApp conversations using an iPhone if the device is running iOS 13.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.We've come a long way from the days of typing out colons, semicolons, and parentheses on our keyboards as a means to add personality to messages.And with this year's iPhone iOS 13 update, Apple has created its most customizable way yet to express ourselves in text: Memoji stickers.After personalizing your Memoji avatar, you can easily incorporate it in texts across platforms, including the messaging service WhatsApp.Here's how to get started adding personality to your WhatsApp conservations with iPhone Memoji.
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Indonesian peer-to-peer lending platform KoinWorks has received around US$1.4 million in additional funding from Saison Capital, the venture arm of Japanese financial services firm Credit Saison, as part of its series B round.The new funds bring KoinWorks’ total series B and B2 raise to about US$13.6 million.It raised US$12.2 million in June in a round led by fintech-focused venture capital firm Quona Capital and Singapore’s EV Growth.Founded in 2016, the company connects investors with borrowers through its platform, providing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with an alternative to traditional financial institutions.KoinWorks plans to use the fresh funds to develop new financial products to support digital SMEs, especially those in social commerce.“Sixty-five percent of the gross domestic product in Indonesia is contributed by SMEs and 92% of these SMEs have been utilizing social networks to run their business,” said KoinWorks co-founder and CEO Benedicto Haryono.
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Rumors have been swirling around Apple's upcoming 16-inch MacBook Pro, and this week a new image of the laptop's design was discovered that gives the Internet even more to chatter about.The new image appeared in the release build of MacOS Catalina 10.15.1, according to a report by 9to5Mac.One notable takeaway from the surfaced image: a Touch ID key separate from the Touch Bar screen.It means the laptop could have a physical escape key, according to the report.Apple had unveiled a slight update to its MacBook Pro lineup during WWDC in July.Its 13- and 15-inch computers feature Intel's faster eighth- and ninth-gen Core processors, including an eight-core version.
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Trawling through overpriced flats is a nightmare as it is, but paying through the nose to take a shit next to the bed is on another level entirely.A Brighton flat has caught a lot of flack - and deservedly so - for this absolutely mental setup that sees a toilet plonked next to the bed.Is it a large, mostly carpeted bathroom with a bed stuck in it, or a bedroom that inexplicably features a wet room, toilet bowl and all?Who knows, but it was a bloody stupid idea, regardless.The listing was first spotted and posted on Twitter before making the rounds on the internet, and it looks like the landlord has had the good sense - delayed as it may be - to take it down, because there's a fucking toilet next to the bed.It would be bad enough if it was being palmed off as some super cheap hellhole, but considering you can rent a traditional flat that's cordoned off the toilet in its own room for the same price, I can't fathom who in their right mind would even dream they could get away with this shit, but they've got quite the pair of balls on them, that's for sure.
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Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, has been at loggerheads with the US on multiple issues.It believes that Huawei’s 5G is not safe and has backdoors.Some weeks ago, reports out of Germany claims that the German government will allow Huawei to participate in its 5G construction.In response to the reports, the US said that if Germany allows Huawei to participate in its 5G network construction, it will reassess its intelligence sharing with Germany.Now, a recent report claims that the German intelligence agency (BND) expresses concerns over Huawei’s 5G.German intelligence agency (BND) accuses Huawei of having direct contact with the Chinese government.
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Vivo is back with yet another budget smartphone dubbed Vivo Y3 Standard Edition in China.As the name suggests, the device is a variant of the previously launched Vivo Y3.For those who’re unaware, the original device was launched way back in May 2019.Here is everything you need to know about the latest Vivo Y3 Standard Edition.Vivo Y3 Standard Edition: Price, AvailabilityThe standard edition of the device comes in a single variant only featuring 3GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard memory.
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The Moto 360 is designed to appeal to those who appreciate what makes a traditional watch desirable.The body is made from 3 mm-thick stainless steel — twice that of other smartwatches eBuyNow told me — which is then covered in a PVD (similar to films found on solar panels) or DLC (diamond-like carbon) coating, giving the Moto 360 a pleasing texture I’m more used to seeing on watches that cost a lot more than $350.Styling queues taken from the original Moto 360 are minimal, taking after it mostly in the simple overall design, but the new 360 stands apart from previous versions due to its two-button layout.Thankfully, the Moto 360 pulls off this design very well, mostly because the top button features a textured finish with the Motorola logo inscribed, which I rather like.The top button is multi-functional, and can be pushed to access the menu, held down for Google Assistant, or twisted to scroll through menus and notifications.It’s very natural too, and the tactility feels great against the tip of your finger.
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When more than 20 local governments in Texas were hit this summer by ransomware in one day.The attack was apparently tracked back to one thing the organizations had in common: a managed service provider.With limited IT resources of their own, local governments have increasingly turned to MSPs to operate significant portions of their networks and applications, as have other organizations and businesses—often placing critical parts of their business operations in the MSPs' hands.And that has made MSPs a very attractive target to ransomware operators.Threat researchers at the global cloud security provider Armor have been tracking publicly-reported incidents in which MSP and cloud service providers have been hit with ransomware.The most recent publicly exposed victim is Billtrust, which as security journalist Brian Krebs reported, was hit by what BleepingComputer reported was BitPaymer ransomware (a report that has not been confirmed).
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the ban on advertising, which begins in november, just in time before the presidential election of 2020, and will relate to, among other things, the candidates are hot political topics, and it is a strategic choice, and is a significant change. " We've made the decision to stop all political advertising on Twitter, globally. " We believe political message, the reach should be earned, not bought. " jack (@jack) September 30, 2019.the Decision is contrary to the will of the giant of Facebook's controversial decision to allow the lies in political ads on the social network.the Share drops to 2.5 percent in the efterhandeln of the message.
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