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On Friday, the US saw a record number of new daily cases of an additional 83,757 cases in a single day.
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Codenamed 'Blue Steel', this secret feature turns on Google Assistant whenever you look at or walk by your smart display.
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Students can join a Google Classroom via an email code they received, a class link, or a specially assigned class code.
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President Donald Trump posted an uncut version of the interview late Thursday morning, featuring only the shot of him speaking.
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In a collaboration with Microsoft, Infragistics has released Ignite UI for Blazor, an enterprise UI toolkit for developers leveraging Microsoft’s open source Blazor framework for building client-side web UIs with C#.Ignite UI for Blazor features libraries of enterprise-grade web UI components. Blazor, meanwhile, lets developers run client-side C# code directly in the browser, using the WebAssembly binary instruction format. Developers do not have to write JavaScript.To read this article in full, please click here
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Like many marketers, Forbus had to figure out what to do about the Facebook boycott as well as how to pivot the alcohol giant's marketing amid the coronavirus. The post ‘Race to deliver’: Pernod Ricard CMO Pam Forbus on a new anti-hate speech initiative and how the coronavirus changed the company’s marketing appeared first on Digiday.
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Photo Collage by Alex Castro / The Verge The skatepark is a lot more welcoming online Continue reading…
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In the first quarter of next year, Samsung will introduce an updated line of Galaxy S smartphones. It is expected that there will be three ... The post Galaxy S21 Ultra will arrive with five cameras and a faster charging speed appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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The IT services wish list is about what you'd expect from an 18-month-old Barely 18 months old, newly formed Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council has offered £18m to private sector IT and consultancy firms, asking if they can take on, well, almost everything.…
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Flip flops, for those of us in the higher latitudes, are out. It's time to break out the heavy footwear and bundle up. Updated October 2020.
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(DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Biochemist Jennifer Doudna, a professor at UC Berkeley and faculty scientist at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), is co-winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
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(GIST (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology)) Scientists from Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology have now developed the first passive radiative cooler that can keep the temperature of enclosed spaces low. Their device, called Janus emitter, requires no energy input or conscious effort from the user and is particularly effective for cooling parked vehicles, building interiors, and solar cells--all in a sustainable manner.
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When Carmen Arroyo asked her apartment’s management company in 2016 if her son, Mikhail, could move in with her after a bad accident left him unable to care for himself, her request was denied. A tenant-screening background check had dredged up a minor (and considering his current circumstances, irrelevant) shoplifting charge from Mikhail’s past. This past month, a federal district court judge in Connecticut agreed to let Arroyo’s lawsuit against the screening company, CoreLogic, go to trial in what experts believe is the first case of its kind, targeting a screening company, rather than a landlord for housing discrimination. The… This story continues at The Next Web
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Nearly 8 out of 10 business leaders worldwide have experienced poor mental health since the coronavirus pandemic struck in March
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