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Work / life: How to find passion in your work

In this episode of Work / Life, Ciara Pressler, founder and author of Pregame and game scheduletalks to Greg Nibler about finding passion in the work you do. She takes a look at the positive and negative aspects of passion in our work and how we can incorporate these passions into a healthy life. Pursuing a career in something you …

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History of milestones in self-driving cars

Once little more than a Hollywood-like dream, autonomous cars became a reality in the 2010s, thanks largely to research by technology companies like Google. Although they have not yet merged into the mainstream and you cannot buy one at the time of writing, self-driving prototypes travel millions of kilometers annually on our nation’s roads. It’s not easy to compress the …

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Ghost Of Tsushima’s in-game stats illustrate its wild popularity

PlayStation revealed collective player stats for Spirit of Tsushima on Friday, July 31st to demonstrate the sheer popularity of the game among PS4 owners due to their gaming activity. Among those who play Spirit of Tsushima Online, PlayStation has provided the tweet with a calculated 57.5 million duels in battle, 15.5 pictures taken by players, a total of 8.8 million …

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Trump hires TikTok owners to sell US operations

President Donald Trump is reported to be ordering TikTok’s Chinese parent company ByteDance to sell TikTok’s US operations. In the official response from the White House, Trump is reportedly not going to ban the viral video app but, according to Bloomberg, is demanding that his U.S. operations be removed from Chinese control. This decision was made after the app launched …

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Google will take action against shady advertisers

Google is tracking advertisers with shady practices updating their ad policies that will take effect on September 1. The two policy updates will help combat political and electoral information ahead of the November 3 US presidential election, Google told Digital Trends. “In recent years, we’ve put in place political ad safeguards to prevent foreign interference, restrict targeting, and increase the …

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The best marketing apps for small businesses in 2020

For small businesses, marketing is omnipresent as a concept and depends heavily on what type of business you are doing. Small business marketing has evolved over time and is changing the business landscape in an unpredictable way. However, one constant is the need for new strategies and campaigns to attract and retain customers and hear your voice over the noise. …

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Tampa teen arrested for role in massive Twitter hack

A 17-year-old boy from Florida has been reportedly arrested for allegedly being the “mastermind” behind the massive Twitter hack targeting high profile accounts with a Bitcoin scam. Tampa Bay’s Graham Clark faces 30 crimes related to the Bitcoin scam, according to local ABC subsidiary WFLA. Fees include the number of organized cases, communication fraud and the use of personal data. …

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The last HBO show from us will remain true to its source material

TV show adaptations of famous video games have a long history over the years. You can be awesome (Castlevania, The witcher) or terrible (The legend of Zelda, Donkey kong country). There are great hopes for the future The last of us TV show on HBO, there is no guarantee that it will be good. Series producer Craig Mazin recently attempted …

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Robots everywhere: machines that grow, cook and serve food

The cultivation and production of food enabled people to develop from tribes of hunters / gatherers in order to be able to develop settlements and cities. Planting, growing, harvesting and preparing food is the basis of our modern civilizations. Now our skills to do all of these tasks are so advanced that many of these steps can be performed by …

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Dell 27 USB-C Monitor (P2720DC) Review: A Goldilocks Display

“The Dell P2720DC offers a superbly balanced monitor that is perfect for docking laptops via USB-C.” Excellent balanced range of functions Good picture quality Power supply is supported via USB-C Attractive design As a monitor shopper you can sometimes feel like goldilocks in front of three bowls of porridge. 1080p is boring and 4K is too expensive. A 21-inch is …

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