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It might be time to consider adopting a formal Definition of Done Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
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VanMoof makes some of the most stylish stealth ebikes around — we loved the S3 model in our review. But one of the most common complaints levied at the ebikes is that their battery is not user-removable. This makes for two big particularly big annoyances. For one, you can’t leave the bike in a garage or storage room and charge the battery at home. For another, you can’t quickly swap the battery with an extra one for longer rides, should you decide to get out of town for a while or simply take an extra-long route. VanMoof’s new $348 PowerBanks…This story continues at The Next Web
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4/20 started with five marijuana-smoking friends in California in 1970s, with a little help from the Grateful Dead.
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Google’s Search Liaison, Danny Sullivan, explains the two reasons why content gets removed from search results.The post Google: 2 Reasons Why Content Gets Removed From Search Results appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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Several Twitter users around the world are taking to the platform to report multiple issues ranging from search terms and tweets failing to load, retrieving tweets and more, especially at the time of refreshing their homepage
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Amazon is spending $1billion on the series overall, and its first season budget alone is over four times what "Game of Thrones" cost per season.
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Google appears to be preparing to add a feature to Android devices that has long been a part of more traditional desktop operating systems: a trash bin (or, if you prefer the way Windows names it, a recycle bin). XDA-Developers has been digging into the code for Android 12 to uncover features that Google hasn’t officially announced yet, and the latest is a line in the main Settings app for “Trash.” When you tap “Trash,” Android 12 should pop up a dialog box telling you how much storage deleted files are taking up on your system and giving you the option to empty it. It looks like it should work just like it does on Windows or a Mac, but in practice it’s likely to be much more complicated for a variety of reasons. Android actually got a... Continue reading…
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'Even though we have launched a lot of non-mortgage products, with the DHFL acquisition, which is almost entirely a mortgage business, our business is going to become very mortgage heavy'
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The listing is seen pushing crypto even more into the mainstream of investing, exposing legions of potential buyers to digital tokens, which have grown into a $2 trillion industry in little more than a decade.
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Under the partnership, EESL, through its nationwide network, will collaborate with all Oberoi Group Hotels to evaluate opportunities for saving energy and lowering emissions
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A personalized shopping content widget is the first in a long line of product changes meant to leverage The New York Post's customer data platform. The post ‘It was immediate’: The New York Post has started personalizing its commerce content recommendations appeared first on Digiday.
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A couple of weeks ago an anonymous Twitter account told the story of an almost-forgotten Microsoft April Fool’s prank, the 1996 seeding of empty boxes of a “Microsoft Coffee” Java development tool across Seattle. Of course, at the time, the pranksters didn’t know that Microsoft was already working on its own Java implementation, Visual J++.That was the start of the first part of Microsoft’s Java story, which ended up the subject of litigation between Microsoft and Sun Microsystems over its support for nonstandard Windows APIs, before being removed from the Visual Studio suite of tools. That might have been the end of the story, if not for Azure and Microsoft’s commitment to “go where the developers are.”To read this article in full, please click here
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The $59,900 Polestar 2 was named Insider's Car of the Year in 2020. Now the EV is getting a lower starting price and more range.
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Mobvoi's new $80 TicWatch GTH has an Apple Watch-like design, and an array of health-related sensors, but don't expect it to be a medical-grade device.
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Samsung’s premium flagships have always been up there when it comes to camera performance but there are areas that could still use some improvement. Last year’s Galaxy S20 Ultra was criticized for its autofocus problems and stabilization in smartphones is still undergoing constant evolution. The latest trend, started by Apple’s iPhone 12 no less, seems to be shifting away from … Continue reading
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If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it 1,000 times. Startup Alley is ground zero for entrepreneurial opportunity. It’s where hundreds of savvy, exhibiting startups increase their brand recognition, connect with investors, grow their network, expand their customer base and garner invaluable media coverage. TechCrunch Disrupt 2021 takes place on September 21-23, and we’ve added new […]
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Canon has seemingly just discontinued several more EF lenses for its DSLR cameras, as the switch to mirrorless gathers pace.
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There appears to be a problem with some early Mustang Mach-E vehicles that cause the car to "brick" - that is, they are unable to start.
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Black Friday is always the Friday after Thanksgiving. In 2021, the shopping holiday falls on November 26 but you don't need to wait until then to find discounts.
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Meet Nabla, a French startup launching a new app today focused on women’s health. On Nabla, you’ll find several services that should all contribute to helping you stay on top of your health. In short, Nabla lets you chat with practitioners, offers community content, helps you centralize all your medical data and will soon offer […]
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