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LinkedIn Describes Its Mentor Program Like A ‘Tinder For Jobs’

LinkedIn Describes Its Mentor Program Like A ‘Tinder For Jobs’

Ben Delanoy August 7, 2017 0

LinkedIn is rolling out a new service to pair mentors and mentees, as it seeks to boost its platforms role in professional development. The new service will be completely free and

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Your “Anonymous” Browsing Data Isn’t Anonymous At All

Your “Anonymous” Browsing Data Isn’t Anonymous At All

Ben Delanoy August 4, 2017 0

Even when you’re covering your tracks by opening a new incognito window, your web browsing history might not be as private as you think. Information about what you do online, down

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Here’s How PayPal Became the Internet’s Largest Payment System

Here’s How PayPal Became the Internet’s Largest Payment System

Ben Delanoy August 2, 2017 0

PayPal is the global online payment system that helps individuals and businesses make electronic money transfers. The company played a crucial role in the development of e-commerce by serving as the world’s

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Reddit Is Redesigning to Look More Like Facebook

Reddit Is Redesigning to Look More Like Facebook

Ben Delanoy August 1, 2017 0

For some, Reddit’s pared-back design is part of the charm. But for others, it’s an instant turnoff. After raising $200 million in new venture funding, the news aggregator says it’s ready to

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Steve Bannon Wants Facebook And Google To Be Regulated Like Utilities

Steve Bannon Wants Facebook And Google To Be Regulated Like Utilities

Ben Delanoy July 28, 2017 0

Tech companies like Facebook and Google that have become essential elements of 21st century life should be regulated as utilities, top White House adviser Steve Bannon has argued, according to three

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Twitter Lost 2 Million Users This Quarter, and Now Its Stock Is Tanking

Twitter Lost 2 Million Users This Quarter, and Now Its Stock Is Tanking

Ben Delanoy July 27, 2017 0

Twitter‘s pre-market trading is down 9.73% at $17.71 a share. The company has reported an average of 68 million monthly active users in the United States this past quarter, down from 70

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The Internet Now Has Over 330 Million Registered Domains

The Internet Now Has Over 330 Million Registered Domains

Ben Delanoy July 27, 2017 0

Since the advent of commercial Internet, the world has seen immense growth especially in the modes of communicating with each other and connecting to different cultures worldwide and today we’ve grown to 330.6

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Elon Musk & Mark Zuckerberg Are Fighting Over Killer Robots

Elon Musk & Mark Zuckerberg Are Fighting Over Killer Robots

Ben Delanoy July 26, 2017 1

Tech billionaires Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg have been arguing about whether AI will doom humanity or not — with Musk essentially warning us that killer robots are inevitable, while Zuckerberg takes a more

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RIP Motherfucker: Adobe Flash Will Finally Die In 2020

RIP Motherfucker: Adobe Flash Will Finally Die In 2020

Ben Delanoy July 26, 2017 0

If you’re one of the many, many people out there who despise Adobe Flash for its reputation of being a crashy wasteland brimming with bugs and vulnerabilities, we’ve got great news for you: Adobe

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Elon Musk Is Relaunching His Mysterious Website X.com

Elon Musk Is Relaunching His Mysterious Website X.com

Ben Delanoy July 14, 2017 0

Elon Musk has just relaunched his website x.com. The billionaire recently re-bought the domain, which he lost after PayPal went public. Though no final figure has been confirmed, rumors suggest that he

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Democrats Announced Some Cringeworthy Slogans for 2018

Democrats Announced Some Cringeworthy Slogans for 2018

Ben Delanoy July 6, 2017 0

Te Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee unveiled a series of lackluster slogan designs via email on Wednesday which demonstrates how out-of-touch they are with the youth voting block. The party has also

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Advertisements Will Soon Be Following You Into Virtual Reality

Advertisements Will Soon Be Following You Into Virtual Reality

Ben Delanoy July 1, 2017 0

If humanity’s ultimate goal is to make virtual reality indistinguishable from the real world, then we’re about to take a huge step forwards. Google is looking at ways to implement advertising

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