Day: September 2, 2020

The Launching Ceremony for XnMatrix Wrapped Up, the Next Generation of Cloud Computing Eco-System Sets Sail

HONG KONG – September 2, 2020 – ( )

​​On Aug. 27, the Launching Ceremony for XnMatrix – the Next Cloud Computing Platform and IPFS distributed Storage Eco-System, by the guidance of Hainan Provincial Industry and Information Technology Department, organized by Hainan Anmai Cloud Network Technology Co. Ltd. and co-organized by Hainan Free Trade Port Blockchain Pilot Area, was held in Haikou.   ​

Expert Analyses and Thoughtful Insights

The ceremony was opened up by Mi Jia, COO of organizer Hainan Anmai Network Technology Co. Ltd., who gave the keynote speech on Computing Civilization and Society Motivation

XnMatrix-Digital Civilization Strategy Unveiled

The speech delivered by Wu Wenjie, Chairman of XnMatrix, was the highlight of the conference which unveiled the next generation of cloud computing platform XnMatrix, the digital civilization strategy and product launch.

“Computing is the energy, storage the soil. Algorithm is the laws of life to the digital

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Credit Card Market Manufacturers, Global Trends, Size, Share, Growth-Factor, Technology Overview, Statistics, Research Segmentation 2025

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Sep 02, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
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Appeals court finds NSA’s bulk phone data collection was unlawful


Edward Snowden leaked information about the NSA’s mass surveillance activities, back in 2013.

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A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that the US National Security Agency’s bulk collection of citizens’ phone records was against the law. The program, now ended, collected records from phone carriers about who called whom. The massive collection went beyond the scope of what Congress allowed under a foundational surveillance law, the panel of judges ruled, adding that the program may have violated the US Constitution.

The collection program was first revealed to the public in 2013 by reporters who received a document leak from Edward Snowden, a former NSA contractor. Snowden also revealed several other programs in which the NSA and agencies in cooperating countries tapped into the backbone of the internet in the name of foreign surveillance. The NSA news outraged privacy advocates and US citizens whose data was caught

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IFA is the first tech conference to host people since the coronavirus pandemic hit


A scaled-down version of IFA will take place this week in Berlin. 

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After months of canceled events, the IFA trade show in Berlin is going to try something different: entertain actual attendees in person. 

IFA will proceed from Sept. 3 to 5 with a scaled-back in-person component and other virtual events. Mainstays like Samsung are opting to forgo IFA entirely and instead host their own digital launches. The show will only let 5,000 in this year, compared with the 200,000 attendees that showed up in 2019. 

In the middle of a global pandemic, it’ll be a crucial test for both the tech industry and the broader business world, both of which are hoping for some return to normalcy. 

“After all the event cancellations during the past

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Mental health stigma plagues startup founders during pandemic

  • Startup founders are already under immense pressure to succeed in an industry where many fail, and fear they won’t be able to attract investors and talent if their personal struggles are revealed, some told Business Insider.
  • But they aren’t alone. A new survey of nearly 600 startup founders found that over three-quarters — 78% —  say their mental health has been suffering during the pandemic.
  • Two-thirds reported feelings of loneliness, while 60% percent said they had been overworking, and 38 percent said they had been drinking and using substances. 
  • “It should be no surprise that the mental health part of the crisis is real, and accelerating,” venture capitalist Brad Feld told us.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.


In 2017, while running his startup Fresco News, John Meyer lost his father to suicide. Naturally, he was grief stricken. But as a 20-something, first-time CEO, he didn’t let it show.

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Audi connect technology to make its SA debut with new A4 sedan

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JOHANNESBURG – Those planning to buy a new Audi later this year can look forward to a more connected experience.

The German carmaker is planning to introduce its new ‘Audi connect’ technology in the new A4 sedan, when it launches this October, and it is also set to be rolled out to other models in the range from the fourth quarter of this year.

What is Audi Connect? Essentially it forms a digital connection between driver, smartphone, vehicle, and infrastructure, Audi says, bringing real-time online connectivity to the driving experience. This comes in the form of numerous infotainment, entertainment, remote safety and service functions.

Enabling these online functions is a built-in sim, which allows real-time connectivity for the infotainment and navigation systems. Live and integrated Google Earth navigation and traffic information allow the driver to easily plan trips through the myAudi app and send

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Navy Hawkeye Crash in Virginia: Pilots, Crew Escape Safely

  • A U.S. Navy E-2C Hawkeye airborne early warning and control plane crashed Monday in Virginia.
  • The four-person crew successfully escaped the aircraft and were rescued on the ground.
  • The Hawkeye’s high-powered radar makes it the eyes and ears of a carrier battle group.

    A U.S. Navy airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) aircraft crashed on Monday during a training flight over Virginia. All four crew members safely egressed from the aircraft and were rescued on the ground. The Navy has yet to indicate what caused the plane—the largest aircraft stationed on an American aircraft carrier—to crash.

    You like badass planes. So do we. Let’s nerd out over them together.

    At 3:50 p.m. on Monday, the Hawkeye went down on Wallops Island, the location of a NASA flight facility and the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport. A video from a local news station showed the aircraft plummeting to Earth, followed by a

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    This Cybersecurity Stock Has More to Offer

    Palo Alto Networks (NYSE: PANW) has been on an acquisition spree over the past couple of years as it looks to boost its presence in the fast-growing cybersecurity space and capture more market share.

    So it wasn’t surprising to see the company announce yet another deal along with its fiscal 2020 fourth-quarter results. Palo Alto is shelling out $265 million for The Crypsis Group, which provides digital forensics consulting, risk management, and incident response — services Palo Alto can soon offer its expanding customer base. More importantly, the company has the potential to strike gold with this acquisition as it enters an especially lucrative niche of the cybersecurity space.

    Abstract shield denoting cybersecurity.
    Abstract shield denoting cybersecurity.

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    Palo Alto makes a smart move

    According to the press release, Crypsis has been ranked among the top digital forensics providers in recent years, and the company reportedly serves over 1,700 organizations across

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    AT&T reportedly selling Xandr: Walmart, Singtel could be buyers

    • AT&T is reportedly exploring a sale of its advertising tech unit Xandr, two years after creating the unit in a big bet to change how TV advertising is bought, sold, and measured.
    • The sale talk comes as AT&T is also reportedly looking to spin off pay-TV service DirecTV.
    • Possible acquirers for Xandr include telecom giant Singtel, Walmart and private-equity firms, according to experts.
    • One challenge with selling Xandr could be unwinding its programmatic operation from WarnerMedia’s assets.
    • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.


    AT&T’s ambitions to become an advertising powerhouse may have hit a wall.

    AT&T made a big bet on using data and media properties to target and measure ads, scooping up media giant Time Warner and later, AppNexus, for about $1.6 billion. It created an ad unit called Xandr to change how TV advertising is sold for WarnerMedia and beyond.

    But Xandr hit snags, with leadership changes

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