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Hilary Pollack, research manager, measurement insights and analytics, Twitter  Dina Peck, research analyst, measurement insights and analytics, Twitter Sports have returned in force. And while the seats may be filled with cardboard cutouts and stuffed animals, fans are animated as ever. They just happen to be voicing their support — and conversing with the rest […] The post In the wake of COVID, sports fans have gone social appeared first on Digiday.
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Can Huawei compete with the best in the audio market with its first over-ear headphones?
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Welcome to First Things First, Adweek's daily resource for marketers. We'll be publishing the content to First Things First on Adweek.com each morning (like this post), but if you prefer that it come straight to your inbox, you can sign up for the email here. Quibi Is Shutting Down After Just 6 Months The length...
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The rapid exodus of clients from The Richards Group in recent days has created painful uncertainty about the agency's future and the fate of its 700 employees. But in the brutally competitive world of advertising, the fallout means there's also a number of sizable accounts suddenly up for grabs. This week, Motel 6 ended its...
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This comes three months after the startup raised US$58 million in a series E funding round from Temasek, Pavilion Capital, and Jungle Ventures.
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McMahon has faced criticism for not providing WWE stars with health insurance and requiring them to work during the pandemic.
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To get Spotify Premium on your iPhone or computer, you just need to head to Spotify's website and open the "Subscription" menu.
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Turn your photos into lovely framed 8x8-inch "tiles" you can hang and rehang, no nails required.
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If Google detects suspicious activity in your account, it sends you an email or an Android alert about it. The problem is though, you might completely miss that and not act quickly to secure your account. To fix that, the Big G is introducing new in-app alerts. The search giant said it’s testing a feature to indicate in all of its apps that your account might be at risk. This involves a newly designed alert that animates the area around your profile picture to show that there’s a security incident that you need to address. [Read: Gmail has a colorful new… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Security,Google
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The PlayStation 5 is nearly here, and when it arrives, Japanese players are going to have to contend with a change that seems simple on the surface but could be massive in reality. Apparently, Sony is changing the function of some of the PlayStation 5’s controller buttons in Japan, swapping the functionality of the “X” and “O” buttons. That, as … Continue reading
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Here are the latest details on where you can buy the red-hot $300 console online.
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"To use a sports analogy, condemning white supremacists should be a layup for any leader," retired Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster said.
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Boris Johnson’s test-and-trace service has seen another fall in its contact-tracing rate as the number of people testing positive soared across England.The figures for the week of September 17 to September 23 showed that just 71.6% of “close contacts” of Covid cases were reached by the system.For the 14th week running, the figure is below the 80% figure that the government’s scientific advisers have said is needed to make the entire policy viable.In line with the September surge in cases, NHS Test and Trace reported 31,373 people testing positive for the first time – a 61% week-on-week increase and four times as high as the number at the end of August.But the service’s performance has gone backwards on the percentage of people it reached, dropping to 71.3% from 80.8% the week before.And on the key proportion of the “close contacts” of those fed into the system – defined as someone who was less than two metres from someone with Covid for more than 15 minutes – just 71.6% were reached, down from 76.3% the previous week.The news came as it emerged that Deloitte, a private firm used by NHS Test and Trace, was trying to sell its services to local councils. Testing turnaround times did improve, although they remain well short of the 100% target set by the PM for the end of June.In the week to September 23, 38.1% of in-person tests – from local test sites, mobile testing units and regional test sites – were received within 24 hours compared to 28.2% in the previous week.That still means that only four in 10 of such tests get results within the timeframe set by Johnson.For all routes combined, 16.9% of tests from all test sites were received within 24 hours of a test being taken compared to the record low of 10.3% in the previous week.Figures for home testing kits continue to be low, with just 2.9% of people in England receiving their result within 24 hours, up slightly from 1.8% in the previous week.The stark difference in public sector and private sector contact tracing rates was once again highlighted.For cases handled by local health protection teams, 97.6% of contacts were reached and asked to self-isolate, whereas the figure was 64.3% for cases handled either online or by private sector outsourced call centres.Government insiders say that the low contact trace figures are explained partly by the shift from hospital and care home cases – termed “complex cases” – towards community transmission, where it is more difficult to identify and trace people.The latest figures don’t take into account the launch of the NHS Covid-19 App, which aims to improve contact rates among people who don’t know each other.Ministers prefer to use a different definition for contact tracing than Sage (the scientific advisory group for emergencies), highlighting those cases “where communication details were available”. On this measure, 83.7% were reached and asked to self-isolate up to September 23.Shadow health minister Justin Madders said: “For the proportion of people being contacted to drop by nearly 10% in a week is appalling and really should not be happening at this point.“Whilst some areas have improved, we are still a million miles away from the promise made by Boris Johnston back in June that the majority of people would have their test results back within 24 hours.“And on the day it is revealed Deloitte, who are contracted by the Government to run test and trace, are trying to sell their contact tracing services to local councils, it is clearer than ever that their time would be better spent improving the huge issues in the existing system.”However, health secretary Matt Hancock defended Deloitte, saying they “have done an incredible job in helping us to put together the contact tracing and the backward contact tracing that we have”. “Of course they should offer their services to local councils too,” he said.29,037 people were transferred to the contact tracing system betweenSeptember 17 and September 23, a notable increase of 37% compared to the previous week.The Department of Health and Social Care said the number of people transferred has been “notably increasing” since the beginning of August with over six times as many people being transferred in the most recent week compared to the beginning of August.NHS Test and Trace boss Dido Harding revealed this week that former Sainsbury’s supermarket chief executive Mike Coupe is to take over as director of testing at the service from late October.Sarah-Jane Marsh, an NHS official who apologised for delays to the public earlier this month, will step aside to make way for Coupe.Related... NHS Test And Trace Appoints Sainsbury’s Boss To Run Testing, Leaked Email Reveals More Than 170 People Test Positive For Coronavirus At Cornwall Meat Packing Plant Long Covid Isn't Just Leaving People Sick – It's Taking Everything They've Got This is a breaking news story and will be updated. Follow HuffPost UK on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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The five-judge panel ruled that Subway's bread is too sugary to be considered a staple food that is exempt from value-added tax.
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