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ZINFI Again Named a Leader as G2 Reports Most Recent User Ratings for Partner Management Software

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ZINFI Partner Management Software Named Leader in G2 Report

ZINFI’s Partner Management Software Achieves G2 Leader Status in Fall 2020 with Exceptional Scores for User Satisfaction, Setup and Support, and Usability.
ZINFI’s Partner Management Software Achieves G2 Leader Status in Fall 2020 with Exceptional Scores for User Satisfaction, Setup and Support, and Usability.
ZINFI’s Partner Management Software Achieves G2 Leader Status in Fall 2020 with Exceptional Scores for User Satisfaction, Setup and Support, and Usability.

Validated reviews from G2 user community and data aggregated from online sources and social networks earn ZINFI platform consistently high scores across all metrics, including 98% for Quality of Support

PLEASANTON, Calif., Oct. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fall 2020 scores from G2, the world’s leading business solutions review website, have again placed ZINFI solidly in the “Leaders” quadrant for Best Partner Management Software. G2 scores are based on the responses of real, verified users from the G2 user community. Of 13 vendors with at least 25 reviews, ZINFI’s partner relationship management platform is one of

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Elon Musk Denies Reports Of Bitcoin ATM At Nevada Gigafactory

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KEY POINTS

  • Tesla CEO said reports of a Bitcoin ATM inside one of its facilities are inaccurate
  • LibertyX reportedly added Bitcoin selling feature to three ATMs at the facility
  • They can be accessed only by Tesla employees

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has denied recent reports that there is a Bitcoin ATM inside the car company’s Gigafactory in Nevada.

“I don’t think this is accurate,” Musk tweeted Monday, while replying to a tweet by news website Teslarati. The Teslarati tweet has since been deleted.

On Sunday, Will Reeves, the CEO of cryptocurrency payments and rewards app Fold, tweeted about spotting a LibertyX “bitcoin ATM at the Gigafactory,” along with a Google Maps image. LibertyX is a manufacturer of cryptocurrency ATMs in the United States. 

News outlet Finbold, on Sunday, reported that the LibertyX Bitcoin ATM, mentioned in the tweet, was in existence at the Gigafactory since August and it

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Australia investigating reports that China has halted coal imports

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A general view of a Australian flag is seen during a welcome ceremony for Australia’s then Prime Minister Julia Gillard outside the Great Hall of the People on April 9, 2013 in Beijing, China.

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Australia is investigating media reports that China has stopped taking its coal shipments, Australia’s trade minister said on Tuesday, playing down a potential sign of escalating trade tensions between the two countries.

Speaking on breakfast television, Trade Minister Simon Birmingham said the government was seeking a response from China while noting that coal flows to the country had been disrupted in recent years partly due to Chinese “domestic factors.”

Diplomatic relations soured in 2018 when Australia banned China’s Huawei Technologies from participating in its nascent fifth-generation (5G) broadband network. Australia’s call for an independent inquiry into the origins of the novel coronavirus – which first emerged in China – further angered

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SAP’s Bob Stutz rips off the enterprise software pricing Band-Aid as DSAG reports significant redlines in member revenue

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Last Friday, Paul Greenberg and Brent Leary, two of the best-known analysts in the CRM space hosted a public LinkedIn video discussion with senior executives from SAP, Oracle, Adobe, Microsoft, and Salesforce. Events of this kind are rare and there are plenty of learnings to be had from that session.

Towards the end of the 90 plus minute discussion, Bob Stutz, President of Engineering and Operations for SAP Customer Experience threw a curveball that has long been missing from discussions around responses to the COVID-19 pandemic:

I think the biggest question that I constantly get, and it’s not directed towards the current company I work for, but more around the industry is when is the software industry going to change its pricing model?…I mean, subscription models are hard. And, constantly I get asked the question, when will this industry move to a pay as you

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Xilinx Shares Surge on Reports of $30 Billion AMD Takeover

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Xilinx Shares Surge on Reports of $30 Billion AMD Takeover

Xilinx Inc. shares surged the most in nearly a year Friday following a report from the Wall Street Journal that the San Jose-based tech group could be bought by its chipmaking rival Advanced Micro Devices. .

The Journal said the pair were in advanced merger talks that could value Xilinx at more than $30 billion, a 16% premium to the group’s closing price on Wall Street last night. Xilinx’s data-center chips have become much more valuable since the coronavirus pandemic triggered a surge in work-from-home dynamics that have pressured companies around the world to improve their technology and storage capabilities.

AMD, meanwhile, has seen its share price rise nearly 90% so far this year, taking its market value past $100 billion, a move that gives the chipmaker substantial firepower — despite a small net cash position of just

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Twitter is changing how it crops photos after reports of racial bias

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  • Twitter said it is limiting its reliance on machine learning that helps it decide which part of a photo to crop on its platform.
  • Online users have reported racial bias on the social media firm’s image cropping tool, which automatically focuses on the part of a photo it thinks the viewer will find most interesting.
  • One Twitter user recently highlighted how the face of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who is white, was routinely centered in automatic image crops, while that of former President Barack Obama was cut out.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Twitter is making changes to its photo cropping function after an investigation into racial bias in the software, the company said on Thursday.

The announcement comes after users on the platform repeatedly showed that the tool — which uses machine learning to choose which part of an image to crop based on what

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Google’s $2.1 billion Fitbit takeover is set for regulator approval after the tech giant made new concessions on user data, according to reports

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a close up of a sign: Google first announced the Fitbit acquisition in November 2019. Reuters


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Google first announced the Fitbit acquisition in November 2019. Reuters

  • Google is expected to win EU approval for its $2.1 billion Fitbit deal after it addressed competition and data concerns, Reuters reported.
  • The internet giant has promised it will not use Fitbit data to personalize adverts for 10 years, according to a Financial Times report.
  • It will also ensure competitors can use its Android and Cloud platforms, according to people familiar with the matter.
  • The EU opened a four-month long investigation into Google’s acquisition of Fitbit in August. The deal was first announced in November 2019.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Google’s $2.1 billion acquisition of wearables company Fitbit appears to have cleared a major hurdle.

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It will be cleared by EU antitrust regulators after the tech giant agreed Tuesday to restrict how it uses customer data, according to multiple reports.

Google promised regulators

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iHeartMedia Launches “iHeartSports Network” Delivering Timely Sports Reports Across More Than 500 Broadcast Stations Nationwide

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The iHeartSports Network Will Reach 75 Million Monthly Listeners Across Multiple Formats and Feature the Biggest Names in Sports Including Cris Collinsworth, Colin Cowherd, Dan Patrick, Joy Taylor And More

iHeartMedia, the number one audio company in the U.S., announced today the launch of the iHeartSports Network (IHSN), servicing more than 500 broadcast stations and their digital streams throughout the country, across multiple formats beginning September 28. The new network, with a monthly reach of 75 million listeners, will feature some of the biggest names in sports including Cris Collinsworth, Colin Cowherd, Dan Patrick, Joy Taylor and more.

IHSN will deliver short-form national, regional local sports reports to listeners on formats that index high against sports interest, including rock, country, hip hop, class hits, news, talk and sports.

Scarborough found that 83 percent of sports fans want a daily update. Nielsen confirms that 89 percent of sports fans listen to

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Shares in China’s biggest chipmaker fall after reports that it could lose access to US technology

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Shares in SMIC, China’s biggest chipmaker, fell on Monday on fears that it could lose access to key US technology.



a group of people standing in front of a building: People visit the stand of Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) during an exhibition in Shanghai, China, 14 March 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)


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People visit the stand of Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) during an exhibition in Shanghai, China, 14 March 2018. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

The Financial Times reported this weekend that the US Commerce Department has sent a letter to companies warning of an “unacceptable risk” that exports to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation could be used for military purposes.

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It’s not entirely clear whether that letter means that official restrictions on SMIC have gone into effect. The FT reported that the firm had been “hit by US sanctions.” Reuters similarly reported that the US is tightening controls on exports to SMIC, citing the letter.

But the US Commerce Department has not yet added the Chinese firm to its Entity List, which would require US

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GIS Software Market Size, Share, Analysis, Development, Revenue, Future Growth, Business Prospects and Forecast to 2025 Research Reports World

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Sep 25, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
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The global GIS Software market is anticipated to rise at a considerable rate during the forecast period, between 2020 and 2025. In 2020, the market was growing at a steady rate and with the rising adoption of strategies by key players, the market is expected to

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