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U.S. Senators propose COVID-19 data privacy bill

2020-05-02 08:45:14 UTC

U.S. Senators propose COVID-19 data privacy billIt's called the 'COVID-19 Consumer Data Protection Act'. What you need to know U.S. Senators are introducing a new COVID-19 data privacy bill. It comes from the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. It hopes to strike a balance between Read more at Androidcentral.com


We Never Considered a Full Lockdown. South Koreas Health Minister on the Countrys Fight Against Coronavirus

2020-05-01 03:37:05 UTC

We Never Considered a Full Lockdown. South Koreas Health Minister on the Countrys Fight Against CoronavirusWe never considered a full lockdown,' says Park Neung-hoo, explaining how testing, contact tracing and technology are playing key roles.
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3 things job seekers need to know about hiring technology (and 3 ways to make it work for you)

2020-05-01 06:30:48 UTC

3 things job seekers need to know about hiring technology (and 3 ways to make it work for you)The CEO of career site Virgil offers a look inside the closed-door tech-driven recruiting process to help job seekers best position themselves to land a new job. Searching for a job is stressful.Read Full Story Read more at Fastcompany.com


Verizons version of the OnePlus 8 wont work with cases for other models of the phone

2020-05-04 21:26:33 UTC

Verizons version of the OnePlus 8 wont work with cases for other models of the phoneVerizons OnePlus 8 5G UW variant wont work with cases for the unlocked or T-Mobile versions of the phone, due to volume buttons are that physically lower in order to make room for the mmWave modules needed to work with Verizons 5G network. Read more at The Verge


We found a few more face masks on sale (while supplies last, of course)

2020-04-30 09:00:00 UTC

We found a few more face masks on sale (while supplies last, of course)Thanks to COVID-19, masks have become one of the world's most coveted commodities even a fashion statement in some circles. Many people are rushing to buy masks, and it should be noted that N95 and surgical face masks are in critical supply. If you manage t Read more at Mashable


Soon You'll Need a Face Covering to Take an Uber

2020-05-04 17:15:00 UTC

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Uber AI plays any Atari 2600 game with 'superhuman' skill

2020-04-30 01:28:32 UTC

Uber AI plays any Atari 2600 game with DeepMind isnt the only one with an Atari-savvy AI. A team of Uber AI researchers has developed a set of algorithms, Go-Explore, that reportedly beats any Atari 2600 game with superhuman scores, including ones where AI previously had trouble besting its org Read more at Engadget


This VPN offers everything you need for under $2 per month

2020-05-02 09:00:00 UTC

This VPN offers everything you need for under $2 per monthTL;DR: A two-year subscription to Surfshark is on sale for $1.99 per month as of May 2, saving you 83% on list price. You generally get what you pay for in the world of technology, meaning you tend to have to spend a little more to get the best quality. Bu Read more at Mashable


Intel buys transit app maker Moovit to advance its mobility ambitions

2020-05-04 18:51:10 UTC

Intel buys transit app maker Moovit to advance its mobility ambitionsToday, Intel announced that it has acquired the transit app developer Moovit for nearly roughly $900 million, confirming rumors that circulated over the weekend. Used by more than 800 million users and services in over 3,000 cities and 102 countries, Moovit c Read more at Engadget


The Morning After: Kickstarter and COVID-19

2020-05-04 11:30:24 UTC

The Morning After: Kickstarter and COVID-19Tech companies around the world are facing the same difficulties in maintaining their businesses as everywhere else. Over the weekend, crowdfunding site Kickstarter has discussed layoffs as the COVID-19 pandemic ravages both projects and backers. The company Read more at Engadget


PLAN C: HYJEIA: A Low-cost UV-C Unit

2020-05-03 16:45:50 UTC

PLAN C: HYJEIA: A Low-cost UV-C UnitTwo hours outside of Tokyo in Chiba prefecture is Hackerfarm, a hackerspace that applies technology to growing things like potatoes. Christopher Wang, better known as Akiba, is thinking that potatoes would feed a lot of people if food shortages result from CO Read more at Makezine.com


South Korea is relying on technology to contain COVID-19, including measures that would break privacy laws in the US and so far, it's working

2020-05-02 12:30:00 UTC

South Korea is relying on technology to contain COVID-19, including measures that would break privacy laws in the US  and so far, it

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