Category: Technology News

This $60 Amazon Web Services Training Bundle will take your career to the next level

If this last year has taught us anything, it’s that the work for a stable, reliable career is rarely finished, but in the challenge there is potential. In a world of increasing competition, it is up to you to jump on every advantage you can find, and one of the biggest advantages around is learning to be AWS certified, giving you access to a wide array of cloud-based services and technologies. To train to become a master of AWS, there is The 2021 Amazon Web Services Certification Training Bundle. Normally retailing at $2,500, it can be yours for a

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Beyond the Super Bowl: The Ad Revolution – OZY


Sunday, February 07, 2021

Today is the day when the multibillion-dollar battle for consumers’ hearts, minds and disposable income hits its apex: Super Bowl Sunday. But this celebration of advertisements that cost $5.5 million for 30 seconds — and will be dissected nearly as much as the game — comes at a time when the industry is at a crossroads. More people are getting products and services they like served up to them in more sophisticated (and at times surreptitious) ways than ever before. That means the old models are crumbling. This Sunday Magazine dives into what’s next for

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How I Knew GameStop Would Collapse | Smart Change: Personal Finance

Why I wasn’t sure when it would happen

While the mechanics of the options situation should have been perfectly clear to any savvy investors who were paying attention, there was still plenty of mania surrounding the company last weekend. The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal had both recently run pieces on the phenomenon, and it was all over the television and internet news.

It was unclear how many additional people were going to be sucked into the GameStop vortex by those news pieces that trumpeted how ordinary investors were taking down hedge funds. Despite the very real

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Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox: CNBC profile

Facebook’s Chief Product Officer Christopher Cox.

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Last June, Facebook was being rocked from the inside and out. 

Protests were erupting across the U.S. after Minneapolis police were caught on camera killing George Floyd, an unarmed Black man. At Facebook, employees were demanding more from their leaders. 

In particular, they were upset with how the company handled a post by President Donald Trump about protests that said, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts.” Facebook had decided to leave the post up, even though many employees were arguing that the president had violated

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OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro updates in one place

Update: February 5, 2021 (11:40 AM ET): Today, OnePlus formally announced a second beta update for the OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro. This second beta of Android 11 for the two phones brings along a slew of changes — including the long-awaited always-on display. Unfortunately, though, the AOD is only available on the 7T Pro.

The inclusion of an AOD option isn’t totally unexpected, but this is the first time people will actually be able to use it without hacking the phone in some way. It also strongly suggests that the feature will make it to the stable

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Tencent-backed Kuaishou more than doubles in Hong Kong debut after $5.4 billion IPO

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Kuaishou Technology more than doubled in its Hong Kong stock market debut on Friday, becoming the fifth-largest listed company in the city, driven by massive demand from mom-and-pop investors for the Chinese online video service operator.

FILE PHOTO: Video-streaming app Kuaishou is pictured on a mobile phone in this illustration picture taken January 25, 2018. REUTERS/Florence Lo/Illustration

The debut spike is the second largest on record globally for firms with over $1 billion IPOs, data available on Refinitiv Eikon shows. Analysts say this is encouraging for others looking to raise funds in Hong Kong but that

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