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Google Maps has four new features to improve the experience for users as well as businesses who use the platform to reach customers.The post Google Maps Rolls Out 4 New Features via @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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This year, Lenovo unexpectedly became the first owner of the Snapdragon 865+, which arrived inside the Legion gaming smartphone. Also, the smartphone stands out with ... The post Lenovo Legion Pro gaming smartphone has received a transparent version appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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The Ocean Cleanup isn't just collecting plastic that's polluting our waters, it's now turning that trash into usable products like sunglasses.
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You get the full coverage of Verizon's network and a per-person rate as low as $25 a month. There's one weird catch, though.
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(The Lancet) Older people living with or in close contact with people of working age may be at higher risk of COVID-19 mortality in Stockholm, Sweden, according to an observational study published today in The Lancet Healthy Longevity journal.
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America's punch bag still standing, black and blue but not in the red US sanctions are starting to have a pronounced impact on Huawei’s financials, with the embattled Chinese telco reporting just single digit year-on-year growth for the first three quarters of 2020.…
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"Policies designed to replace lost income for unemployed workers ... have been very effective at preventing rental debt," researchers wrote.
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Photo by ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images Uber and Lyft were ordered by California’s court of appeals to classify their drivers as employees. In a 74-page opinion, the court affirmed the injunction that was issued on August 10th requiring Uber and Lyft to classify their drivers as employees within 30 days. But it’s unlikely this ruling will go into effect before California voters weigh in on a ballot measure, Prop 22, that would exempt Uber, Lyft and other gig economy companies from the state law making it more difficult to classify workers as independent contractors. The injunction won’t go into effect until 30 days after the appeals ruling The injunction won’t go into effect until 30 days after the appeals ruling. Still, it’s a sign that Uber and Lyft have a lot riding on... Continue reading…
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The latest mainline Final Fantasy game is going to be a PS5 exclusive – here is everything we know so far.
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NoSQL database vendor MongoDB will enable users to deploy a distributed MongoDB database across AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure via a multicloud clusters capability being added to the company’s MongoDB Atlas cloud database service.Through the multicloud clusters functionality, MongoDB Atlas users are spared the operational complexity of managing data replication and migration across clouds. The multicloud support lets users take advantage of unique capabilities and the reach of the different cloud providers while also providing for uptime assurances.To read this article in full, please click here
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To mark the launch of our new manifesto – setting out The Drum’s editorial mission to help readers solve their problems – we’re christening today Solutions Day on thedrum.com. And to set the tone, over the course of 24 hours our team of worldwide journalists will be spotlighting 24 recent examples of times when our industry demonstrated its remarkable talent for solving problems. Problem: The Covid-19 pandemic has decimated the tourism industry and recovery will take time, as mass international travel will not return in any significant way any time soon. The pandemic has also irrevocably changed consumer behaviour and spending patterns. Solution: Singapore is working closely with its partner agencies and the industry to chart a new path forward for tourism, by transforming its businesses and building new capabilities Read the original article here. These include helping dance club Zouk Singapore engage its fans by introducing its digital initiative Zouk Digital featuring daily live-streamed and pre-recorded content including personality interviews, cocktail classes, DJ sets, fitness sessions and gaming streams. Another STB partner agency, the Wildlife Reserves Singapore, launched a ‘Hello from the Wild Side’ initiative that enables the public to engage with the animals virtually through video meetings with the 'animal ambassadors' and interactive tours of the unique enclosures where participants can observe feeding and enrichment activities in real-time. In July, STB together with Enterprise Singapore and Sentosa Development Corporation launched a domestic campaign, ‘SingapoRediscovers’, which aims to rally local support for Singapore’s tourism and lifestyle businesses. Lynette Pang, the chief marketing officer at Singapore Tourism Board said: “To prevent a resurgence of Covid-19 infection cases, we are taking a phased and calibrated approach in the reopening of our tourism businesses. We are also reopening our borders in a progressive and calibrated manner,” she explains. “For now, we will focus on strengthening Singapore’s brand image in the minds of our audiences around the world. Throughout this challenging period, STB and many tourism businesses have stepped up efforts to enable people from around the world to experience Singapore, even when they are not here.” Read more Problem Solved articles in our Solutions Day hub.
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Based on what we saw last year, here's our best guess at the best Apple deals we may see this year.
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America's unique history with fascism goes back to the Civil War, and we need to understand it to recognize its characteristics int Trump's GOP.
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Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel spoke to Business Insider about an alleged plot to kidnap and possibly execute Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
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360 Audiences, Salesforce’s CDP, is finally set to launch this month. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
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Apple claims its decision to discontinue shipping charger bricks with new iPhones was ecologically motivated. But how much of an impact will it really have?
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The $349 Pixel 4A is such a good phone for the money, but there’s one thing that’s bugged me from the start: my new phone is really, really bad at figuring out when its screen should be bright and when it needs to be dim. I’m constantly fidgeting with the brightness slider just to see the screen properly when I move from dark to light environments, even though I keep auto-brightness turned on. But Google has just issued an October security patch for Android 11 on the Pixel 4A, Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 3A and 3A XL, Pixel 3 and 3XL, and even a penultimate update for the 2 and 2 XL — like the original Pixel, Google confirms the 2 and 2 XL are one more update than promised — and one of these fixes looks like it could be the... Continue reading…
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Starting this week, NASA’s invited the public to look through their files. They’ve launched a project called Planet Patrol, and they’ve invited the public to go ahead and dive right in. This project is made possible by the data and images collected by the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, otherwise known as TESS. Part of the project includes weeding out false … Continue reading
Standard-range Chinese-market Model 3 sedans will now cost around $36,800. Tesla did not confirm which batteries the car currently uses.
Image: Amazon Amazon has launched Explore, a new platform which it promises will let you “explore anything from lessons to landmarks.” It works via a video stream, with tour guides, instructors, and personal shoppers providing one-on-one sessions. Amazon says the video is one-way, meaning only the host is on camera during the virtual experience, but the audio is two-way so you can ask questions and make requests. The Explore page provides an idea of the range of experiences on offer. These include relatively cheap sessions like a $10, 40-minute virtual shopping experience in Ridgeland, USA, to a 45-minute virtual tour of a mansion in Lima, Peru for $70, or a $129 bagel cooking class. In some cases Amazon lists ingredients and supplies to buy before a... Continue reading…
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