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That $1,000 iPhone X actually costs about $370 to make, report claims

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Saving for an iPhone X? Perhaps you've sold a car or taken an extra job to finance the ultra-expensive new Apple phone? Well, you'll probably be disappointed to know that the $999+ iPhone X actually costs around $370 to produce, according to IHS Markit.  SEE ALSO: Let's take a trip down iPhone memory lane The business intelligence company's engineers have torn down the iPhone X and estimated that the 64GB variant of the device is made of $370.25 worth of materials.  This makes the iPhone X the most expensive phone to make.

5 Ways Big Data Is Changing the Auto Industry

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Big data was an interesting concept a decade ago, and now it’s an ubiquitous feature of modern businesses. Data is fundamentally valuable; depending on what you gather and how you use it, data can give you better business insights, help you change direction, and guide you in learning how and why your business works the way it does. When that data is collected on a massive scale, its benefits grow even further.

The populations of Europe and the Americas are aging at an incredibly rapid rate

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Michael Steele/Getty Images Demographic changes mean that the median ages of the populations in Europe and the Americas are rapidly rising. That can mean more of an economic burden, as smaller working-age populations need to support more retirees.   From issues such as declining fertility rates to the ongoing complications resulting from China’s famous “One Child Policy”, there are many demographic challenges that the world must grapple with in the coming years.

Socializing Self-service Data Preparation to Enhance Accessibility and Governance

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Data socialization applies a core concept of social media and modern consumer apps – creating and sharing information – to a central data management platform. It unites data preparation, data cataloging, data stewardship, automation and governance with machine learning and social media attributes. Increasingly business applications are leveraging a centralized data marketplace with social features to improve collaboration so that individuals and organizations become more informed, agile and productive.

Commvault Intros GDPR Analytics, Endpoint Backup-As-A-Service And A New Google Cloud Partnership

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Commvault made several significant enhancements to its data management and data protection platform at its Commvault GO conference as a way to expand its ability to protect customer data regardless of where it comes from or where it is stored.

Sweet sticky Canuck cash flows into StrongBox

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Multi-vendor, multi-tier data manager gets Quebec labour fund cash Quebecois' savings are being wagered on the success of a Montreal-based data management firm via a venture fund that aims to boost local biz.…

How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming the Corporate World

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Artificial intelligence continues to integrate itself into our daily lives despite being a relatively new technology. Despite being a new aspect of technology, artificial technology has already made its mark in the manufacturing and innovation sectors. Artificial intelligence is transforming day by day to the level of matching human characteristics, behavior, and intellect. The industrial and business fields continue to receive the greatest benefits from this technology.

Hevo Data gets $1M in seed funding to streamline data integration

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 Going from food delivery to data integration might seem like an unlikely progression for a startup team, but it was a natural fit for Hevo Data’s founders. Manish Jethani and Sourabh Agarwal previously launched SpoonJoy, an on-demand restaurant delivery app in India. The challenges they encountered while analyzing data in order to improve SpoonJoy’s service inspired them to create… Read More

3 Marketing Dashboards with Actionable Data, Not Fluff

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Data has an important place in business. It helps us measure our progress. It can highlight areas where performance meets or exceed expectations, as well as when efforts fall short. It can give a “medical history” of the health of a business over time. And, perhaps most importantly, the right kinds of data can enable businesses to keep up with and anticipate market trends.

Fusion GPS has disclosed the six-figure amount it gave an ex-British spy to compile the Trump dossier

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Getty Images/Pool Fusion GPS disclosed that it had paid Christopher Steele $168,000 to create a dossier on Trump's ties to Russia. Although it has been publicly known that they had funded the project, this is first time they have reveled the amount they paid. The claims in the dossier are central to the Russia investigations by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Congress. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Washington research firm paid a former British spy's company $168,000 for work on a dossier outlining Russian financial and personal links to Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign, the U.S.
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