For those who’ve been holding out for a swanky residence safety system, or ready patiently for the newest wi-fi earphones to be diminished in worth, don’t fear, Black Friday is in sight. An important probability to fill your own home with home equipment and electronics at a diminished worth, Black Friday is an exhilarating day for gadget-loving cut price hunters.

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This is one in a series of posts about the digital adoption across different demographic groups in the U.S.

Black and Hispanic adults in the United States remain less likely than White adults to say they own a traditional computer or have high-speed internet at home, according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted Jan. 25 to Feb. 8, 2021. But there are no racial and ethnic differences when it comes to other devices, such as smartphones and tablets.

Eight-in-ten White adults report owning a desktop or laptop computer, compared with 69{32cab40226fb9659b52e7925d8240640c7cae90b58a254f5ffce23f5dca80369}

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Black Knight, Inc. , an award-winning software, data and analytics provider to the mortgage and consumer loan, real estate and capital markets verticals, announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase Top of Mind Networks (Top of Mind), developer of Surefire, a leading customer relationship management (CRM) and marketing automation system for the mortgage industry, for approximately $250 million in cash. Top of Mind was previously majority owned by Primus Capital, with significant minority ownership by the company’s original founders.

“Through its Surefire marketing automation and CRM platform, Top of Mind has brought incredible value to the sales

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The Black Leadership Council in Burlington is hoping to create a summer program for children to enjoy fishing and sports. 

“One of the things that we want to do is to have a place for them to come and enjoy themselves,” said Rob Brown, president of the BLC

The camp, called New Direction, was always a part of the plan for BLC. 

As Brown sees it, children feel they have two choices — join a gang or be successful. One reason joining a gang can make success impossible is that if someone commits a crime this will follow them

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Gaming on the go has become quite the fashion among our friends, you are probably one of those that wished your smartphone has dedicated buttons for gaming instead of tapping on the screen, hence the reason you need to check out the Black Shark 4 gaming phone that comes with a pair of magnetic popup triggers built into the device.

Unlike certain gaming phones that uses a capacitive surface as their trigger buttons, Black Shark understands that most gamers would prefer physical buttons just like a game controller as it helps them game better, the triggers

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In summary

AB 13 would set criteria to minimize unfair, biased or discriminatory decisions by artificial intelligence systems used by government.

By Ed Chau

Assemblymember Ed Chau, a Democrat from Monterey Park, represents Assembly District 49, [email protected]. Chau introduced Assembly Bill 13 and is chair of the Assembly Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection.

Debra Gore-Mann, Special to CalMatters

Debra Gore-Mann is president and CEO of The Greenlining Institute, [email protected]eenlining.org. The Greenlining Institute is sponsoring Assembly Bill 13.

You can’t see algorithms, but they can impact huge parts of your life, from seemingly minor things like what video

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