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Jake Paul is a 23-year-old YouTube star who got his start on video-sharing app Vine. The former Disney Channel actor has nearly 20 million subscribers on YouTube, where he posts vlogs and pranks. Paul appeared to marry fellow YouTuber Tana Mongeau in 2019, but it was later revealed that the marriage was fake.  The FBI raided Paul's Calabasas, California mansion on Wednesday as part of an ongoing investigation into unspecified "criminal acts" regarding Paul's May visit to a Scottsdale, Arizona, mall, an agency spokesperson said.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Jake Paul, 23, is one-half of the Paul brothers, two of the most recognizable and controversial YouTube stars. Paul garnered online fame on Vine before even graduating high school, and found early notoriety as a star on Disney Channel.  Since then, Paul has gained millions of followers across social media who watch his outlandish pranks and vlogs, often featuring his many friends and collaborators in his Calabasas, California, mansion.  Forbes estimated in 2017 that he was worth $11.5 million. But his career has also been marked by a string of controversies. Most recently, Paul's mansion was raided by the FBI as part of an ongoing investigation related to his presence at an Arizona mall in May that was looted and vandalized. Law enforcement officers seized several guns from the property, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department confirmed to Insider.  Here's everything you need to know about YouTube star Jake Paul:SEE ALSO: Logan Paul reveals his plans to become a professional boxer, release a music album, and try out TikTok in the future Jake Paul was born on January 17, 1997, and grew up in a suburb of Cleveland with his parents and older brother (and fellow YouTuber), Logan. Source: Cleveland Plain-Dealer The two brothers started making videos as children after their father gave them a video camera one year for Christmas. Jake, who was 10 at the time, said he and his brother would film "comedic bits" around the house. "We were posting them to YouTube and just generally having a good time, and the people at school thought we were funny," he told the Cleveland Plain-Dealer in 2016.   As a sophomore in high school, Jake Paul joined the wrestling team. He got "really serious" about it, and video making with his brother took a back seat. Source: Cleveland Plain-Dealer However, that changed when the video-sharing app Vine came out in 2012. Paul said he downloaded it "the first day it came out," and he gradually rose in popularity on the app. By the time Vine shut down in early 2017, Paul had 5.3 million followers and nearly 2 billion video plays. Source: Insider, Cleveland Plain-Dealer "We didn't care what people thought. We were the loud brothers from Cleveland, kind of crazy, and that made us relatable," Paul said in a 2016 interview. "We were in the right place at the right time, and we were making more money than our parents before we knew it." Source: Cleveland Plain-Dealer When it came time for his senior year of high school, the younger Paul brother decided to finish his diploma online and move to Los Angeles with his older brother. "We knew we had to move to Los Angeles if we wanted to pursue this as a full-time thing," Jake Paul said. "We immediately started taking acting and improv classes and making connections, while still doing the video thing." Source: Cleveland Plain-Dealer Paul's first film role came thanks to YouTube: He was cast in "Dance Camp," a movie the platform debuted on its paid streaming subscription service, YouTube Red. He also scored small roles in films like "Mono" and "Airplane Mode," in which his brother was the main character. Source: Mashable, Cleveland Plain-Dealer Paul entered the mainstream when he was cast in 2015 as the main character in a Disney Channel show called "Bizaardvark." Paul said his character, Dirk Mann, was "a perfect fit" for him. In the show, Dirk was an online video star that hosted a channel where he performed crazy stunts and challenges. Source: Cleveland Plain-Dealer As his acting career took off, Paul formed Team 10, a group of social media influencers that he essentially took under his wing to make content with and groom into even bigger stars. The earliest members of Team 10 members included social media stars like Alissa Violet, and Lucas and Marcus Dobre. Team 10 moved into an $18,000-a-month rented house in Los Angeles' Beverly Grove neighborhood in August 2016. Source: Hollywood Reporter Alongside acting, Paul continued to create content on YouTube, where his channel now has over 20 million subscribers. His channel hosts videos of over-the-top stunts, wild vlogs, and Jackass-style challenges. One of his earliest attention-grabbing stunts took place when he was invited to the White House in January 2017 for a social media event, along with other online stars. Paul proceeded to sneak away from the crowd, hideout for hours in the White House bathroom, and sneak out in the middle of the night without being caught by security. Source: The Sun That same month, on his 20th birthday, Paul officially unveiled TeamDom, a creative talent agency aimed at helping influencers grow their audience and secure brand deals. Paul announced TeamDom had raised $1 million in venture capital, and Team 10 as the agency's talent roster. Source: TechCrunch It didn't take long before Team 10 started to get more attention — but not the positive kind. Team 10 member Alissa Violet was kicked out of the squad's house in early 2017 after Paul publicly accused her of cheating on him, and a feud between the former couple ensued across social media. Source: Seventeen In July 2017, neighbors living around the Team 10 house complained that Paul had turned their quiet community into a "living hell" and "war zone," and that it was frequently invaded by screaming teenage fans because Paul publicized his address online. Source: KTLA Neighbors were debating whether to file a class-action public nuisance lawsuit against him, but Paul and Team 10 had moved out of the neighborhood and into a new home in Calabasas by October 2017 (pictured below). That didn't stop the landlord of the former Team 10 house from filing a $2.5 million lawsuit against the YouTuber in 2018 for allegedly trashing the rented house. Source: KTLA, Tubefilter Paul felt the fallout from the incident with the Team 10 house and its neighbors. Disney announced that Paul would not return to his role on "Bizaardvark" for the second season. "At this point in time I am wanting to focus more on my personal brand, my YouTube channel, business ventures, growing Team 10, and working on more adult acting roles," Paul wrote on Twitter. Source: Variety Beyond Team 10, Paul has also ventured into music and has released a flurry of songs over the years. One the music videos for his song called "It's Everyday Bro" is the third-most-disliked video on YouTube, with over 4.4 million thumbs downvotes. Source: Business Insider Paul's music has also been a source of controversy. In a video leaked in January 2018, Paul dropped the n-word twice while freestyle rapping. A source told TMZ at the time that Paul had "matured a lot" since the video was recorded. Source: TMZ Around this time, Paul started dating YouTuber and model Erika Costell. Costell was briefly Team 10's chief operating officer after the former COO left in May 2018. The couple broke up at the end of 2018, and Costell also departed from Team 10. Source: Crunchbase, Famous Birthdays Team 10 is no longer the influencer collective it once was. Over the years, members have come and gone amid controversial management, relationships, and drama. Two transgender YouTubers said they were kicked out of the Team 10 house after a video editor told them they weren't "real girls." The YouTube channel and Instagram page for Team 10 have not been active since September 2019. The group's Instagram bio reads: "who will leave next? stay tuned!!!!!!!"  Instagram Embed: //instagram.com/p/B1piY6Vn-ey/embed Width: 540px   Paul drew negative attention in 2019 for actions both on and off of YouTube. Paul was criticized for advertising "mystery boxes" on his channel derided as scams, and was reportedly the subject of a police investigation related to allegations that a woman was drugged at a party held at Paul's Team 10 house in May 2019.  Source: Insider, Business Insider In 2019, fans followed Paul along his wild ride of a relationship with fellow YouTuber, Tana Mongeau. The couple started dating in May 2019 in what many speculated was a joke. The couple maintained that their love was real.  Source: Insider The following month, Paul proposed to Mongeau on her 21st birthday. He also bought her a car worth more than $120,000 to celebrate. The sudden engagement sparked even further rumors that the relationship was inauthentic. Source: Business Insider Paul and Mongeau got married in July 2019 in a Las Vegas wedding that reportedly cost $500,000. Photos of the wedding showed Paul, Mongeau, and their friends flying in on a private jet, a brawl breaking out seconds after the couple was pronounced husband and wife, and Paul cutting the wedding cake with a "Game of Thrones" replica sword. Source: Business Insider It's since come out that Paul and Mongeau's marriage isn't legally binding on paper, but they insisted that the love between them was real. Paul later revealed that the couple was "open." "Any wedding I have, if I have three more f---ing weddings, I really wouldn't want to do it on paper because I think that legally binding yourself to someone takes away the love," Mongeau said. Mongeau released a YouTube video on December 29 where she hinted that her and Paul's relationship had gone downhill since their wedding night — which she called "just hell." Days later, the couple announced they were "taking a break" from their relationship "to focus on our own very crazy lives." In an Instagram post, Paul wrote: "This is bitter sweet but it's what's best for us right now." The two remain close friends.  Source: Insider Paul has continued to fight in boxing matches. Paul, who wrestled in high school, has followed in his older brother's footsteps by participating in various boxing boxes. He is currently preparing for a match against Nate Robinson, a former NBA player, in September.    Paul was charged in May with unlawful assembly and trespassing after video showed him at a mall that was being looted and vandalized in Scottsdale, Arizona. In May, Paul was charged with criminal trespassing and unlawful assembly after he and his videographer Andrew Blue had both posted footage on Instagram that showed chaos and vandalism at the Scottsdale Fashion Square mall in Arizona. Paul denied the allegations on Twitter. "For context, we spent the day doing our part to peacefully protest one of the most horrid injustices our country has ever seen, which led us to being tear-gassed for filming the events and brutality that were unfolding in Arizona," he said in a May 31 tweet.    Paul came under fire for partying during the COVID-19 pandemic — and even drew ire from the city of Calabasas' mayor. As cases of the novel coronavirus continued to spike throughout Los Angeles, many influencers and creators — including Paul himself — continued to party and flout social-distancing guidelines. Paul hosted a day-long party at his Calabasas home in July as he filmed a new music video. Guests of the massive party documented their day on Instagram, showing many of them without face coverings both inside and outside of the home. Bryce Hall, Mongeau, and Arman 'Armani' Izadi were among the guests.  Tweet Embed: //twitter.com/mims/statuses/1283238582195384322?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw NEW: The mayor of Calabasas & neighbors tell me they're outraged after they say YouTube celebrity @jakepaul threw a massive party at his mansion on Saturday. They call it irresponsible, selfish, & say it's businesses & workers who pay the price for this w/ lockdowns. 10pm @FOXLA pic.twitter.com/COiVleuDH2   Calabasas Mayor Alicia Weintraub told local Fox affiliate network Fox 11 that she was outraged by the event. "They're having this large party, no social distancing, no masks, it's just a big, huge disregard for everything that everybody is trying to do to get things back to functioning," she said.  In an interview with Insider, Paul said he wasn't sure if he would give up partying during the pandemic. After his party stirred up controversy, Paul told Insider's Kat Tenbarge in a phone call on July 31 that "everything is cool" with the Calabasas mayor. "I don't know what to think of it, to be honest. I don't think anyone really does," Paul said of the pandemic. "No one has answers, our leadership is failing us, and everyone kind of just doesn't know what to do. But I personally am not the type of person who's gonna sit around and not live my life."  On Aug. 5, Paul's Calabasas mansion was searched by the FBI as part of an ongoing investigation related to the Scottsdale mall incident, a spokesperson for the agency's Phoenix field office told Insider.     The search was an execution of a federal search warrant. Los Angeles Sheriff's Department officers assisted the FBI's search, a spokesperson said, transporting several guns from the property. The FBI could not comment on whether the guns were being used as evidence in the investigation because of the sealed affidavit.  Agents in Las Vegas also searched the mansion of 'Armani' Izadi, Paul's longtime friend and collaborator who also officiated his faux wedding with Mongeau in 2019. Soon after the raid on his home, Izadi posted Instagram story videos with several bikini-clad women at the hot-pink mansion.  Izadi is an accused pimp who has pleaded guilty to attempted battery with substantial bodily harm, The Daily Beast reported in 2018.  In 2013, Izadi was indicted on 20 counts of pimping, robbery, battery, and kidnapping. Investigators described a "prostitution ring" that Izadi would lure women into under false pretenses. "Izadi lured women to his prostitution ring with promises of immense wealth, his companionship, and most of all, his protection," the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported in 2013 after reviewing police records.  Izadi took a plea deal, pleading guilty to one count of pandering, the legal term for pimping, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.   In an interview with the YouTube drama reporter Daniel Keem (a.k.a. Keemstar), Adam Quinn, a former manager of Izadi and Paul's YouTuber collective Team 10, said that he left his job because of Izadi's allegedly nefarious behavior.
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The coolest thing about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, in my opinion? It can soon stream Xbox Game Pass titles.
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This is the outcome of a complicated series of legal battles between tech and transport titans.
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You won't need to buy a separate box to charge up your Note 20 5G or Ultra 5G.
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Yes, the one with a $193.8bn cash pile Apple is reportedly trying to negotiate a 50 per cent rent cut with its UK retail landlords as it wrestles with the high-street turmoil caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.…
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Amazon expects to increase its physical footprint by about 50% in 2020. Much of that will be in growing Amazon's fulfillment centers, where hundreds of thousands of workers sort and pack your online orders. The unusually high boost shows that Amazon is expecting the coronavirus online shopping surge to continue. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. For the first time in the retail behemoth's history, Amazon saw more orders in the second quarter of 2020 than in the fourth quarter of the previous year: More people bought from Amazon between April and June — typically a mediocre season for retail — than they did during the shopping bonanza of November and December, Amazon CFO Brian Olsavsky said in an investor call on Thursday. Amazon has cleaned up amid the online shopping surge triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, and the stay-at-home orders that pushed consumers to order essential goods from their couches. Companies like UPS, which reported record volumes over the second quarter of 2020, have also benefitted from the e-commerce shift. Whether that online shopping surge will stick around is less clear — but a key detail from Amazon's second-quarter earnings call indicates that the mega-retailer is feeling confident. Olsavsky said that by the end of this year, Amazon will grow its "network square footage" — the space taken up by its fulfillment centers, grocery stores, offices, and other physical properties — by a whopping 50%. A lot of that expansion will go to the locations Amazon uses to sort and deliver packages. As the CFO said (emphasis ours): In 2019, we increased network square footage by approximately 15%. This year, we expect a meaningfully higher year-over-year square footage growth of approximately 50%. This includes strong growth in new fulfillment center space as well as sort centers and delivery stations. We expect the majority of this capacity to come online in late Q3 and into Q4. Amazon has been eagerly investing into its transportation and fulfillment network for years, spending some $3 billion in 2019 to power one-day Prime deliveries. But the 50% boost is unusual even for Bezos' business. Most of Amazon's fulfillment network is positioned at the outskirts of major metropolitan areas, balancing affordability with easy access to Prime customers' doorsteps. Unlike traditional retailers, Amazon leases, rather than owns, these fulfillment centers. Jeff Randolph, previously a director of Amazon's worldwide real estate team, told The Real Deal in 2019 that Amazon leases to keep costs down. Companies like Home Depot and Target have started to sell off retail to mimic Amazon's tactic. While Amazon doesn't own many of its fulfillment centers, which numbered nearly 500 at the end of 2019, that doesn't mean it will cut ties with the warehouses that it's opening up this year anytime soon. A fulfillment center Amazon plans to open next year in East El Paso, Texas has a projected cost of $191 million, while a warehouse in Little Rock, Arkansas will cost the retailer up to $340 million to construct. The company's logistics and fulfillment operations, helmed by senior vice president Dave Clark, is particularly keen on data and research when expanding or investing in new areas. As one current real estate executive at Amazon told The Real Deal, the leasing team is "a military-like operation with a sharp attention to detail." That massive investment into opening new fulfillment centers suggests that Amazon doesn't believe the pop in online ordering is a trend that will track with the rise and fall of COVID-19. Rather, Bezos and his executive team believe the habits folks are picking up right now are going to stick around.Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why electric planes haven't taken off yet
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Cloud successes help push record revenues for Google and AWS alike.
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'We do not have a zero-sum approach to prosperity,' says CEO Tim Cook.
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Our robot colleague Satoshi Nakaboto writes about Bitcoin every fucking day. Welcome to another edition of Bitcoin Today, where I, Satoshi Nakaboto, tell you what’s been going on with Bitcoin in the past 24 hours. As Plato used to say: I got the horses in the back. Bitcoin price We closed the day, July 29 2020, at a price of $11,100. That’s a minor 1.71 percent increase in 24 hours, or $187. It was the highest closing price in three hundred and fifty-one days. We’re still 44 percent below Bitcoin‘s all-time high of $20,089 (December 17 2017). Bitcoin market cap… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Facebook has prided itself on thorough moderation and removal of COVID-19 misinformation posted to its social network since March, but the company is now under fire for having failed to take action for several hours against a fast-moving viral Breitbart News video promoting dangerous coronavirus conspiracy theories and treatments over the weekend. The company now says removal of the video “took longer than expected,” in a statement given to The Verge, and the company is going to investigate why. Before Facebook took action, the video — featuring non-experts refusing to wear masks while touting unverified virus cures — had been widely shared tens of millions of times, including by President Donald Trump and his son on Twitter. After it... Continue reading…
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Review: The Umbrella Academy hits its stride in its second season, finding the right balance between fun escapism and emotional punch.
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A huge wall of OLED displays from LG’s booth at CES 2018. | Image: LG Electronics USA LG Display has started mass-production at its second OLED panel production plant, the company announced Thursday. The new plant, located in Guangzhou, China, has the capacity to initially produce 60,000 OLED sheets a month, which combined with LG’s existing plant in Paju, South Korea means that LG Display’s total OLED production capacity has almost doubled to 130,000 sheets monthly. According to LG, the panels produced at its new plant will be used to create displays ranging in size from 48 to 77-inches. They’re for TVs, in other words. LG Display is a major supplier of OLED panels for TVs across the industry. 19 brands, including LG, Vizio, Sony, Panasonic, Hisense, Bang & Olufsen, and Toshiba, use LG Display OLED panels in their TVs... Continue reading…
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It appears that Google is experimenting with a Chrome OS gadget that has two touchscreens and a trackpad.
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A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a member of hospital staff was stabbed.The Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton was put in lockdown following the incident on Sunday morning.The victim, a man in his fifties, is in a “life-threatening” condition, according to Sussex Police.A force spokesman said the incident was not being treated as a terrorist attack and no-one else had been hurt.He added that a 30-year-old man had been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.The police spokesman said: “At 8.42am on Sunday, police were called to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton after a report that a member of staff had sustained a stab wound.“The hospital site was quickly secured while officers have been working with security staff to confirm that nobody else has been injured, and that staff and patients are safe.“Following immediate police searches and inquiries, a 30-year-old man was arrested in nearby Wilson Avenue at 9.40am on suspicion of attempted murder, and is currently in custody for interview and further inquiries.“This apparently isolated and unexplained incident is not being treated as terrorism at this time and there is currently nothing to suggest that any other person has been involved or that anyone else is at risk.”He added: “The injuries to the victim, who is in his fifties, are not now assessed as life-threatening. His family have been informed.”Related... WHO Reports Record Single-Day Global Increase In Covid-19 Cases Met Police Must Apologise For 'Deeply Disturbing' Arrest, Lawyer Says Leaders Demand Investigation As Portland Protesters Snatched From Streets By 'Occupying Army' Of Police
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Recently, Honor launched its first notebook powered by an AMD chip. And it was welcomed quite well. Moreover, before that, Redmi released its own model ... The post Huawei MateBook D Ryzen Version Parameters Leaked appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Join us as we take a look at the best fitness trackers you can buy in 2020.
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Securing a Victory Royale in Fortnite is tough, but picking the best spot to land can make a huge difference.
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This report provides a brief introduction to Dell EMC’s PowerStore mid-range storage appliance and documents ESG’s testing that was focused on VMware integration and the distinctive AppsON feature, enabling organizations to run VMs directly on the appliance without external servers. Learn more about Dell Technologies solutions powered by Intel® Xeon® Platinum processor. The post ESG: Dell EMC PowerStore: Data-centric, Intelligent, Adaptable Storage appeared first on Computer Business Review.
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this is A set of cameras and a computer are all that are needed in order to make your car, at least in part self-driven.the U.s. startup's Ghost Locomotion has attracted more than 600 million, to the idea of a eftermarknadskit.more and more observers seem to think that fully self-driven cars are more difficult to develop than expected.Driving between the exits of the highways are in a relatively simple environment, which is fully operational today.given that two-thirds of all driving in the united states is done on the highways – and a lot of people have already have a developing in the american startup Ghost the Locomotion of a eftermarknadskit to be able to make a 20 ”top models” from 2012 onwards, to be capable of driving autonomously on highways, writes Venturebeat.it Has raised 617 million u.s. dollars.
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BuzzFeed has recently turned to experiential as a way to evolve its brand partnerships beyond branded content and media, with efforts that have included outdoor conference cabins in partnership with Delta and a pop-up for dogs with Petco.The media company’s latest co-branded experience, created as part of its ongoing partnership with Chase, has turned a popular New York pizza spot into a pop-up celebrating the return of Knicks basketball.NBA fans can swing by The Pizza Joint, a Knicks-themed pizza parlor that took over Speedy Romeo in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, beginning Nov. 8 through Nov. 22.Produced and designed by Brooklyn-based experiential marketing agency Crony Creative, the pop-up is decked out in decor, collectibles and footage celebrating the NBA team as well as rap group Run DMC, who will make appearances at the event.The 15-day pop-up also will host six special events geared toward Knicks fans and BuzzFeed’s audience, including opening and closing parties, trivia and speed dating.Additionally, Speedy Romeo’s menu has been revamped to have a New York theme, with perks for Chase cardholders.
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Now that the holidays are quickly approaching, the craze of gift shopping and vacation planning is starting to kick in.If you’re worried about burglars stealing your parcels or intruders breaking in while you’re away, arming your property with the right outdoor security camera is the way to go.Right now, Best Buy is holding a sale on two of the finest outdoor surveillance systems: The Arlo Pro 2 and Google Nest Cam IQ Outdoor.With the Pro 2 model, Arlo improves the original’s already great system to deliver more refined monitoring solutions.It’s also fully weatherproof and ready for indoor and outdoor use, wired or wire-free.This allows the cameras to receive the bandwidth they need no matter the traffic of your home network.
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Bill Gates has suggested if it wasn’t for the costly and prolonged antitrust lawsuit in 1998, Microsoft would be the dominant player in the mobile OS world not Google.This lawsuit, which lasted roughly three years, proved to undermine the Microsoft dominance on the technology world.With the playing-field levelled for competition, Microsoft gradually fell back into the chasing peloton, though founder Bill Gates suggested there was a much bigger impact for the business.“There’s no doubt that the antitrust lawsuit was bad for Microsoft, and we would have been more focused on creating the phone operating system,” said Gates at the DealBook Conference in New York.“Instead of using Android today, you would be using Windows Mobile.I was just too distracted that I screwed that up because of the distraction.
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The tech brand’s huge selection of notebooks gets massive discounts until November 4.Act fast and grab these Lenovo laptop deals to save on some of the best laptops today.The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme is a premium 15-inch notebook that is both quick and practical.This big and powerful laptop offers strong performance, a beautiful display, and an excellent keyboard.All these features make the ThinkPad X1 Extreme an excellent pick for demanding business users.This Lenovo laptop deal is only available for a limited number of buyers, so hurry and order now.
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These are the kind of questions that will crop up in mind when moving your assets to the flexibility and decentralised nature of a cloud environment.As organisations move to the cloud, Diana Kelley, Microsoft’s Cyber Security Field CTO, told TechRadar Middle East, that they [organisations] don’t have the same kind of visibility they had on-premises but that does not mean they don’t have visibility.With the right planning and cloud partner or partners, she said that even highly sensitive assets can be transitioned to the cloud in a secure and trusted manner without losing visibility and control.Moreover, she said that Azure Security Centre gives another layer of visibility such as compliance manager, which is integrated into the Azure and can report on the compliance status and “we also have Secure Score, where organisations can understand the current ranking of their configuration within Azure and compare that to similar organisations by size and protocol”.Within Office 365, you can know who touched the apps and which document in One Drive, who sent the document to whom and who was able to access the document, whether it is from inside or outside.There is a lot of rich reporting, audit and tools that are available now,” she said.
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