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The Japanese capital saw 2,848 new coronavirus cases, topping its earlier record of 2,520 daily cases set on Jan. 7, the Associated Press reported.
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Some workers at a plant in Topeka, KS reported working 12 hours a day every single day, according to Labor Notes.
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Image: Tesla Tesla sold enough cars and energy products to turn a profit even without counting the sale of emissions credits to other automakers — a milestone for the company. This was the eighth profitable quarter in a row for Tesla, but the first where it can truly say it’s a profitable automaker. Tesla shared Monday that it logged a $1.1 billion profit in the second quarter of 2021, with $354 million of that coming from credit sales. The rest came from automotive sales, as well as a boost in energy storage sales. Tesla pulled this off despite taking a loss of $23 million on its big Bitcoin bet (something that had helped it to a profit last quarter), a delayed rollout of the revamped Model S sedan and Model X SUV, and the global semiconductor... Continue reading…
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Amazon's job posting on its website stated that the company is seeking an experienced product leader to develop Amazon’s Digital Currency and Blockchain strategy and product roadmap
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Boeing’s Dreamliner program has been disrupted by the discovery of defects in the fuselage and nose, leading to a halt in deliveries for much of the past 10 months
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Rasika Narang, senior vice president, marketing, Viant Humans are social beings, wired for connection. It’s no surprise, then, that the most successful brands foster long-term relationships with their customers. After all, marketing has always been about building an emotional link that creates a long-term alliance, which results in repeat usage and purchase. Neuromarketers point out […] The post How marketers are creating long-term customer relationships by leveraging householding appeared first on Digiday.
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The key to getting more views on YouTube isn’t to be special enough or loud enough to get noticed, but to tag your content with detail-rich identifying information, making it searchable for viewers already looking for videos like yours.
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Meet the stone man who's into brains but also wants a "big ol' butt."
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Fold 3, Flip 3, Watch 4, August 11. Plus, Bezos returns, and more tech news you need to know today!
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The year 2020 saw information requests from the Indian government to Twitter spike sharply. At the same time, action taken by Twitter on these requests fell even further, shows data released last week
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RTFM: Read the [fine] manual Review  Traditionally the Darktable project only releases one update a year, with a new version arriving on Christmas day. But the developers behind Darktable have been adding new features and improving existing ones so quickly that one a year is no longer enough.…
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From Apple TV and Roku to Amazon Fire Stick and Chromecast, here are our favorite devices to stream Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Disney Plus, YouTube and more on your TV.
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Amazon Echo speakers are incredible smart home devices, but they're not without their bugs. Here's a quick roundup of common Echo problems and how to fix them.
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100+ dissidents, politicians, journos targeted by Israeli espionage toolkit Analysis  Software patches from Microsoft this week closed two vulnerabilities exploited by spyware said to have been sold to governments by Israeli developer Candiru.…
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Pidlite sells adhesives, sealants, waterproofing solutions and construction chemicals to arts and crafts, industrial resins, polymers
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Do Samsung's or Sony's super-flagship phones amount to more than the sum of their considerable parts?
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We sum up Middle Kingdom's massive crackdown on bug reports Chinese makers of network software and hardware must alert Beijing within two days of learning of a security vulnerability in their products under rules coming into force in China this year.…
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You can hardly blame Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and all their rich buddies for ditching planet Earth to have a hot billionaire summer in space. After all, even rich people were stuck inside for a year while the COVID-19 pandemic raged its way around the globe. Who among us couldn’t use an out-of-this-world vacation? But it can be difficult not to feel a little salty over the fact that us regular poor folk can only dream of leaving atmosphere. Meanwhile, Elon Musk’s out there planning exactly what the buildings will look like on Mars. Life in glass domes…This story continues at The Next Web
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International Energy Agency adds that deepening supply deficit could put pressure on economic recovery
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Some of the biggest telecoms operators in the Middle East have come together to form the industry's latest OpenRAN alliance.
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