(TECH NEWS) The addition of traffic light positions to Google Maps promises to boost navigation accuracy. Now you won't run a light while looking at navigation.
(TECH NEWS) You would hope that HEY, the paid email service, would launch without issues but it has a few. Let's hope some of that money...
(TECH NEWS) In order to be more inclusive, and improve the share of information with your team, live captioning is a great option for your next...
(EDITORIAL) Is it good form for your position to be replaced in the middle of a pandemic? No. Is it legal? Well, usually, but what can...
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Google is constantly playing catch up, their new target is Pinterest. They have a new photo sharing social media app called Google Keen.
(TECH NEWS) Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang created the Data Dividend Project to make sure you get paid when companies use your data to make money.
(BUSINESS MARKETING) Apple doesn't feel the need to push product placement in film and TV, but why? And what can your business learn from their playbook?
(POLITICS) The Trump administration wants people off the unemployment $600 per week, and they want people getting back to work with a $450 per week bonus.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Twitter has long held the lofty title of the platform for quickest, worst reactions/announcements/statements, so will adding voice only make it worse?
(TECH GADGETS) Apple Glass: Are AR glasses gimmicky, or can Apple improve where Google failed? The potential is enormous, but can Apple meet the expectations?
(BUSINESS MARKETING) 2020 has changed a lot of the old processes on how businesses operate, so you might need to update a few things including your...
(BUSINESS FINANCE) The HEROES act helps specifically unemployed, and those just returning to work, with assistance to get them back on their feet.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Facebook fails to address drug trafficking concerns on their platform--and, in doing so, highlights pivotal issues regarding moderator communication.
(TECH NEWS) IBM’s CEO backs out of facial recognition technology amidst surveillance controversies. The expansion of misuse of this tech causes concerns.
(POLITICS) Because of the pandemic many peoples lives took a step back, by loosing their job. New unemployment benefits encourage you back to work.
(TECH NEWS) Internet access is becoming more of a human right especially in light of recent events --so why is revoking it being used as a...
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Facebook faces European “regulation” if Zuckerberg doesn’t follow European laws and values. When will Zuck learn to not over reach.
Content moderators on Facebook sued the social media giant for $52 million due to traumatic working parameters and little support. What needs to change?
Facebook avatar is the newest, oldest thing for users looking to spice up their profiles, and we’re not happy about it. We already have Bitmoji.
(TECH GADGETS) A lot of people balked at the idea of an Apple Watch, and even though many of its features seem superfluous, it has actually...
(BUSINESS MARKETING) Yes, you still must pay employees for their time even if they aren’t able to complete their work due to restrictions. Time = Money.
(TECH NEWS) Nearly 90 percent of people who make to-do lists don’t finish them; can timed explosions fix that? Exploding To Do gives you productive chaos.
(TECH NEWS) If you’re new to Zoom, you probably don’t know that you can change your background to something more exciting than your office wall. Here’s...
(MARKETING) The Blemish Effect dictates that small, adjacent flaws in a product can make it that much more interesting—is perfection out?
(BUSINESS NEWS) 2020 brings back classic UI and UX themes centered on beautiful visuals, rich written content, and authentic presentation. These are the trends to know.
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