Val Strefeler

Val Strefeler

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(University of Pennsylvania) A new study from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania investigated the ways that institutions control who has access to Wi-Fi. The findings indicate that powerful institutions and privileged people use quality-of-life policing -- the report and/or arrest of individuals engaged in nonviolent offenses such as loitering, noise violations, and public intoxication -- to keep those with less privilege, including people of color, from accessing resources like the internet.
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GudangAda has nearly 500,000 users across the country and has grown its net merchandise value to US$6 billion since its inception in 2019.
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Over the past few weeks, there have been several reports regarding upcoming smartphones from Xiaomi. The Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 with an under-screen camera technology ... The post Xiaomi Mi MIX 4 and CC 11 appears on TENAA appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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A case of rape has been registered against Bhushan Kumar, the Managing Director of music company T-Series, confirmed the Mumbai Police
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By the mid-2030s, scientists believe that coastal regions around the U.S. will begin to experience an increase in high-tide flooding (HTF) partially due to a "wobble" in the moon's orbit.
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Apple's new MagSafe Battery Pack could give the iPhone 12 Mini a much-needed boost in battery life while maintaining its slim size.
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Analysts on average had expected earnings of $3.21 per share, according to Refinitiv
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A top benefit of social media happens off those platforms – generate website traffic. These nine tips will help you do just that. Continue reading → The post 9 Tips to Drive More Web Traffic From Social Media appeared first on Content Marketing Institute.
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Staples' new deal is offering a hefty discount on the Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 Notebook compared to previous deals. Take a look!
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(King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST)) Machine learning accelerates the search for promising Moon sites for energy and mineral resources.
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Somehow, in the information age, information seems harder than ever to come by. Teams — especially remote ones — tend to work in silos, with collaboration made more difficult by every team within an organization doing things a little bit differently. It doesn't matter how big an organization is; a symptom of growth is almost always information becoming more disparate and harder to come by for people who don't constantly need it.There are plenty of communication, collaboration, and cloud storage tools on the market, but each serves an individual need rather than a holistic one. Then there's Clariti, which brings all of these functions under one roof. To read this article in full, please click here
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Stock market investors are starting to worry that growth may be softer than expected, and are nervous about the delta COVID-19 variant.
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Americans spent $2.32 billion in May at movie theaters, 166.1% higher than in January's pre-vax economy.
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Edge of Eternity developer says that AMD's new FidelityFX Super Resolution upscaling technology was easier to implement than Nvidia's competing DLSS technology.
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Travelers really have to embrace the "journey is the destination" motif when taking Amtrak. But its new upgrades are making journeys more enjoyable.
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It should be noted that the Nomura India Business Resumption Index picked up for a fifth consecutive week to 86.7 for the seven day ended 27 June from 80.7 the previous week and is now only 13.3 percentage points below pre-pandemic levels
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For the first time in decades no one is clamoring for a quixotic US-led effort to deliver a final status agreement.
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AAA estimates that 47.7 million Americans will travel for the July Fourth weekend. 3.7 million of those people are expected to travel on an airplane.
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The World Health Organization has published new guidance on the use of artificial intelligence in health, something that took experts across multiple fields 18 months to debate. WHO acknowledges this technology offers many benefits to the healthcare industry, including when it comes to diagnosing tricky illnesses, but there are also some big issues that need to be addressed. We’ve seen … Continue reading
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It's the largest penalty the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has ever ordered.
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