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Here’s what to look for:

  • Different 5G options. Apple is one of the last major phone makers to offer 5G phones, after launches from Samsung, Google Pixel and others. Some other makers offer lower-price models that don’t support the fastest “millimeter wave” (also known as “ultra wideband”) 5G technology.
  • An array of sizes. The iPhone has, generally, gotten larger over the years. The iPhone 12 comes in a new smaller “Mini” version that’s easier to hold and stuff into jeans.
  • More cameras. The iPhone’s Pro line adds a fourth sensor on the back that measures distance, similar to the LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) scanner Apple built into its latest iPad Pro. It could be useful for augmented reality applications, and possibly new camera tricks.
  • Apple stopped including headphones and charging plugs with its new phones, following a similar move with its latest Apple Watch. Will consumers see that move
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CHICAGO, Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Reference management software also called citation management software or bibliographic management software. It is designed especially for students and researchers to enable managing their project references. The software enables them to record and effectively utilize bibliographic citations. It also organizes the papers and sources used while working on long-term projects. With the use of this software, scholars can keep track of the sources searched for reference and the time when the source was found. This saves time consumed in organizing sources and enables scholars to complete their work effectively and in time.

360Quadrants selected and categorized a few vendors offering the best reference management software that enables customers in taking faster decisions. Quadrants are generated after a thorough analysis of vendors providing feature-packed products and uses significant business strategies to grow in the market. The quadrants are updated quarterly by analyzing the market

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  • House Democrats released a 449-page report on Tuesday based on the results of an investigation into whether Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Apple are engaging in anticompetitive practices.
  • In regards to Apple, much of the report focuses on accusations from developers saying that the tech giant’s App Store policies and rules make it difficult to compete in the marketplace.
  • The report cites conversations with app developers and Apple’s former director of App Store review among other resources.
  • Apple has refuted the accusations and conclusions made in the report, saying it doesn’t hold a monopoly and its rules are designed to enforce safety and trust in the App Store.
  • Still, the report suggests that the long-running issues developers have taken with Apple’s policies are far from being resolved. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

House lawmakers have finally revealed the findings of their lengthy antitrust investigation

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CHICAGO, Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Big data is a mixture of structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data gathered by organizations that could be used in machine learning algorithms, predictive modeling, and other advanced statistical implementations to extract information.These days, the use of big data has become necessary for organizations to get a competitive edge over their competitors. Existing rivals and new businesses will use the strategies derived from the analyzed data to remain competitive, drive innovation, and generate profits in most industries equally.

Several vendors have been identified and analyzed by 360Quadrants, providing the best big data software that can help businesses to makestrategic investment decisions. These quadrants are generated following an in-depth evaluation of the supplier, which includes a full range of functionality, and go-to-market strategies. Mostly in the big data software space, such quadrants are modified every three months and incorporate elevated analysis of strategies and effectiveness

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Hackers may have gained access to confidential information about current and former staff and students of the fifth largest school district in the United States, according to a statement posted on the district’s website.



a school bus is parked on the side of a road: Hackers compromised confidential information from past and present staff and students of Clark County School District (CCSD), according to a statement posted on the school's website.


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Hackers compromised confidential information from past and present staff and students of Clark County School District (CCSD), according to a statement posted on the school’s website.

The Clark County School District (CCSD) in Las Vegas reopened for in-person learning on August 24. It was attacked by hackers three days later in an incident first reported by the Wall Street Journal.

On the morning of August 27, according to the statement, certain computer systems from CCSD became infected with a virus that prohibited access to certain files. The Wall Street Journal reports that hackers published documents containing Social Security numbers, student grades and other private information from CCSD students and staff after officials refused

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