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A CEO who recruits executives for Google and Siemens sees the brand new ‘interim economic system’ possible changing full-time jobs with gig work

White-collar workers laid off because of the coronavirus pandemic might find more opportunity in the gig economy, according to Joe Mullings, the CEO of an executive recruitment firm that works with Google and Siemens.The term "gig economy" was originally meant to describe white-collar workers selling their expertise without going through a third party, like a…

Why the “research space” is essential to America’s digital divide

When the pandemic hit, parents scrambled to get enough devices to get their kids for online schooling. But even when they did, not everything went smoothly. Getting multiple people online for hours at a time in a home was one big obstacle; making sure entire communities were able to sign on was another. Jessica Rosenworcel,…

Fast-growing Madison Reed is considering males’s hair next; “We’re going to blow the doors off that market”

Amy Errett’s business, Madison Reed, offers females’s at home hair coloring items. It might not seem like an attractive organisation however, as it...

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The Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro is expected to have an SD 888 processor and 120 Hz AMOLED panel. (Image source: Weibo/WHYLAB)An alleged live photo of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro has been shared on Chinese social media and has been met with something of a lukewarm response so far. The Snapdragon 888 phone has been…

Google apps will stop using tracking ID that would require upcoming iOS 14 permission prompt

With iOS 14, Apple is requiring app developers to tell users about and have them opt-in to tracking. Google announced today that its first-party iOS apps will stop using certain tracking methods to avoid having to show the upcoming permission prompt. Meanwhile, the company also provided guidance to developers and advertisers ahead of Apple’s App…

Facebook, Reddit receive low marks for Holocaust denial content

Facebook has been under pressure to combat more hate speech. Angela Lang/CNET Facebook, Reddit, Discord and Steam received low grades from the Anti-Defamation League on Wednesday for the handling of Holocaust denial content on their platforms. The ADL issued the report to coincide with International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The ADL, an advocacy group focused on…

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