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You can now bookmark Tweets to help find your favourites later

Your Twitter timeline is getting a bit more organised with the micro-blogging site adding the ability to bookmark tweets to save your favourites, or find something important down the track. It’s a neat solution to finding a tweet again without awkwardly liking a tweet about something just because you want to read an attached article, or show someone a neat GIF or picture at a later stage. It’s a more private way to keep a track of good, weird or…

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PhoneSoap Sanitizes Your Phone at CES 2018

Think about all the things you touch in a day. You might use a grocery cart, push an elevator button, open a door knob, or shake hands with a co-worker. All of these things can put bacteria onto your hands. Next, you touch your smartphone and transfer bacteria onto it. PhoneSoap can sanitize your smartphone, tablet, and more. Marissa spoke with David at CES 2018. PhoneSoap is a UV sanitizer for devices like phones and tablets. It uses UV light,…

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Employee Engagement Platforms – Key Building Blocks for Delivering Better Employee Insights

The Gallup report estimates that there is a 20% increase in employee productivity and organizational profitability in organizations that provide a well-planned employee engagement. The report also estimates that disengaged employees cost the American economy $350 billion a year. Employee engagement is the soul of HR activities. But, most tools keep it as a good to have feature. Human capital is one of the least measured and analyzed investments. Measuring it against short-term business productivity may severely limit its scope.…

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Hello, moon! The lunar surface is set to have 4G network in 2019

At long last, astronauts on the moon may have access to their very own 4G network thanks to a partnerships between a few tech giants and a team of “part-time” scientists. The network will help private lunar rovers communicate. The post Hello, moon! The lunar surface is set to have 4G network in 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends. Source link

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Microsoft rolls out more AI-infused healthcare services, software

While Amazon and Apple are looking at healthcare from the employee-consumption side, Microsoft is focusing on using its cloud assets to meet the needs of researchers and doctors. Credit: St.Jude Children’s Research Hospital Last February, Microsoft announced it was creating a new healthcare-focused research unit, Healthcare NExT. On February 28, a week ahead of the HIMMS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) medical IT conference, Microsoft is rolling out more healthcare “intelligent health” services and software. Microsoft is making its…

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The best Steam games 2018

Let’s be honest, PC gaming is the best, but knowing where to start if you’re relatively new to the world of overclocked towers and hyper-cooled CPUs can be a little daunting. Even knowing how to navigate the vast annals of Steam – Valve’s consistently popular delivery platform for digital games – can be a little overwhelming at first.  Thankfully, here at TechRadar we’ve played a lot of games (we know, it’s a hard life) so sit back, check your bank…

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We Interrogate the Former Spy Who Wrote ‘Red Sparrow’ | News & Opinion

In a chilling moment (and there are many) in Red Sparrow, we learn that the Cold War isn’t over. In fact, according to a high-ranking Russian official at a clandestine training school for “honey trap” operatives, the battle simply fragmented into thousands of pieces as the West got distracted by social media and shopping. While the world wasn’t watching, Russia grasped power. In Jason Matthews’ book Red Sparrow, the source material for the new Jennifer Lawrence spy movie out this…

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Putting Infrastructure Management in the Driver’s Seat

By Paul Miller, HPE Vice President of Marketing, Software-defined and Cloud Group What makes the future exciting? Simplicity. In all of our wildest imaginings in stories and movies about what the future will be like, a simpler life is almost always a central theme, driven by amazing technologies. The world today is getting closer and closer to these imaginings. The smartphone gives us one place to do pretty much anything, anywhere. You don’t necessarily have to get out of bed…

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