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BlackBerry was one of the most important companies in the pre-smartphone era. It was often the choice of business customers and also was the phone’s ... The post BlackBerry smartphones to make a comeback soon appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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These strategic level hires would be integral to 3i Infotech's aim of achieving a growth of $1 billion by 2030
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If you happen to fancy the Bentley Bentayga, you’d be a fool to pass up on Mulliner’s newest 22-inch carbon-fiber wheels. Of course, you might say, “my Mustang Shelby GT500 has carbon-fiber wheels, so what’s the big deal?” As it turns out, Bentley and Mulliner’s newest carbon-fiber wheels are the first composite wheels to pass all rigorous TÜV (Technischer Überwachungsverei … Continue reading
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The pandemic disrupted the movie industry in a big way and it looks like its influence is here to stay. WarnerMedia has revealed that several Warner Bros movies will be released on its HBO Max streaming service the same day they’re released in theaters next year, a sort of continuation of its hybrid movie launch strategy deployed in 2021. AT&T … Continue reading
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(University of North Florida ) Dr. Steve Stagon, University of North Florida mechanical engineering associate professor, has received a U.S. patent for a 3D printing injection mold tool with improved heat transfer and mechanical strength.
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'Who knows how he may be received...' Audacity's new owner Muse Group has been accused of threatening to land a developer in legal hot water, a move that could result in the programmer being forced to return to China to face a government of which he has been a vocal critic.…
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Amnesty International — part of the group that helped break the news of journalists and heads of state being targeted by NSO’s government-grade spyware, Pegasus — has released a tool to check if your phone has been affected. Alongside the tool is a great set of instructions, which should help you through the somewhat technical checking process. Using the tool involves backing up your phone to a separate computer and running a check on that backup. Read on if you’ve been side-eyeing your phone since the news broke and are looking for guidance on using Amnesty’s tool. The first thing to note is the tool is command line or terminal based, so it will take either some amount of technical skill or a bit of patience to run. We try to cover a... Continue reading…
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The next Samsung Unpacked event has a reservation registration page open now for users interested in what’s not yet been revealed. Devices most likely headed to this event include the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy Z Flip 3, as well as the newest Samsung Galaxy watch. It’s a strange time we live in, here in the summer … Continue reading
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Before a job candidate is ever hired, people in power make basic but significant decisions on how a job search will be conducted – decisions that can either help attract applicants of underrepresented backgrounds or turn them off.One of these critical choices is who is appointed to lead the search to fill an open position. A new study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology found that if a woman and/or person of colour heads such a committee, it can have a huge positive impact on the diversity of applicants.Candidates notice who is doing and leading the hiring. Researchers from the University of Houston, Louisiana State University Shreveport and the University of Sheffield analysed data from 13,750 job applications for 156 faculty positions that were available from 2015 to 2018 at a large US research university.They found that when a woman led a search committee, 23% more women applied for the job than when the committee chair was a man. Applicants of colour are especially more likely to apply when other people of colour with power actively recruit them.Data showed that the applications of candidates from underrepresented backgrounds — which the researchers defined in this US study as including Black, Latinx, Pacific Islander, Alaskan Native and Native American candidates – went up by 118% when the search chair was also from an underrepresented background.White men may be more likely to uphold the status quo and fail to promote a job outside their own networks because that approach has served them well, said study co-author Christiane Spitzmueller, a professor of industrial and organisational psychology at the University of Houston.“A lot of older white men who have been in the academy their entire lives, they’re like, ‘We’ve always just hired by putting an ad out there and seeing who applies,’ and that has been their approach to recruiting for decades,” she told HuffPost. “And they’re like ‘Look how great this group [of candidates] is, why would we change anything, it brought all of us here.’” Women and/or people of colour have different approaches to leading a job search. Ultimately, the study underscores the importance of hiring managers’ networks. The researchers found that including language in the job listing that went beyond the legal requirement for welcoming candidates of diverse backgrounds did not have a significant impact on who applied.However, networking with and proactively targeting underrepresented candidates on job boards and through other official channels had the biggest effect on increasing the diversity of applicant pools. “If minority applicants are not made aware of a job posting, they will not apply; if fewer minorities apply, there is less chance that the eventual hire belongs to a minority group even if the subsequent stages of the recruitment and selection cycle follow diversity-friendly practices,” the study stated. Race and gender played a role in what recruitment strategies professionals picked when they were in charge of hiring. White women and women of colour in the study leaned on their personal networks and appointed other women to serve on the committee with them, while people of colour, male or female, posted job ads to women- and minority-specific websites and collaborated with the university’s recruitment, retention, equity and diversity office.Faculty of colour outperformed other groups in assembling a “richer, deeper applicant pool” of more diverse candidates, Spitzmueller said. She suggested that this may be because faculty of colour know that they need to be persistent and find creative mechanisms to overcome structural barriers in recruitment. The study also suggested that faculty of colour were not appointing more peers of colour to be on their search committees because there were few other faculty members of colour to choose from. Lisa Orbé-Austin, an executive coach and organisational consultant, said that the findings were no shock to her. She noted that people of colour could also be going through formal channels over personal networks as a way of legitimising their choices ― they may think they have to rely on objectives measures and sources because when they personally refer candidates, both they and the candidate have a greater chance of being under scrutiny. People of colour leading searches may also be trying to institutionalise change through job boards so that an organisation’s diversity initiatives last longer than one person’s tenure, Orbé-Austin said.“As long as I’m here I’ll be able to source talent, but the minute I go, then they’re no longer able to find the talent because the talent goes through me,” she said some may think. One person can make a difference, but it’s up to everyone to make a job search more inclusive.Of course, the burden to make sure job candidates best reflect the institution should not fall on women and/or people of colour alone. “It’s inexcusable in this day and age for diversity initiatives to fall on the shoulders of those who are the most negatively impacted by lack of diversity, such as BIPOC and women,” said Nadia de Ala, founder of Real You Leadership, a group coaching program for women who are Black, Indigenous and other people of colour. “Understand that BIPOC and women often don’t have a choice but to be part of the change we want to see in diversity, belonging and inclusion, but white people and men often have that choice.”De Ala recommended that employees not from unrepresented backgrounds educate themselves about how they can better support diverse candidates.“Read articles, books, studies – read a lot,” she said. “Be open to being uncomfortable in creating internal change in you and external change in your actions by putting in anything you learn to increase your impact on diversity hiring, belonging and retention into practice every day.”One other way to make this labour fair is for employers to recognise it as labour. Spitzmueller recommends that organisations compensate women and/or people of colour for their time leading and serving on search committees and making sure that their impact is recognised in performance evaluations.“There is a lot that is asked, especially of women of colour,” she said. “It’s mentorship, it’s committees, it’s a whole array of service demands.”Related...Black British Or Black In Britain? It Depends If We're WinningOpinion: Britain's Race Problem Rivals America's. It's Just Less VisiblePeople Are Filming The Moment They Quit Their Toxic Jobs, And It's A Journey7 In 10 Disabled Women Have Been Sexually Harassed At WorkWe Must Talk Diversity With Our Kids. Here's Where To Start.
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The Amazon billionaire said in an interview with MSNBC that his Blue Origin sub-orbital spaceflight reinforced his intention to fight climate change.
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Google's John Mueller explains the factors that influence how many pages from a site get crawled... and why some pages are not crawledThe post Why GoogleBot Doesn’t Crawl Enough Pages on Some Sites appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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Staples is offering deals on both the Apple AirPods with Wireless Charger and the Apple AirPods with Wired Charger today. We'll help you decide which is best!
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No, we’re not talking about the fact that plant-based burgers are, well, made from plants and meat comes from animals. That’s an obvious difference between the two products, but what may not be so obvious to all consumers is that nutrients aren’t mirrored across the two different types of meat. A new study from Duke University notes that neither of … Continue reading
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Researchers from the RIKEN Center for Brain Science (CBS) in Japan have discovered a new direct genetic link to autism spectrum disorders. The researcher’s new study shows that the deficit in histone methylation could lead to autism spectrum disorders. A human variant of the SUV39H2 gene led researchers to examine the absence of that gene in mice. Study researchers found … Continue reading
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Red Dead Online's new, shorter season passes are a perfect step forwards for live service games.
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NASA's Perseverance is going in for a close look at the rocks.
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