Joan Zappulla

Joan Zappulla

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Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said meetings on the migration crisis with Kamala Harris went so well that he called her "president."
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Skatebird, a new skating game from Glass Bottom Games, will combine Tony Hawk skating mechanics with radical birds when it launches later this year.
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Democrats and Republicans alike need to be honest about how much broadband for all will cost. And they can make Big Tech help pay for it.
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Google might be the most popular search engine in the world but it is hardly the only one. There are several of those around, some trying to survive in their local markets against the might of Google’s resources. In Europe, the tech giant was legally forced to present Android users with a Choice Screen, letting them select the browser and … Continue reading
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After months of political jockeying and procedural hurdles, the Senate approved a massive science and technology bill Tuesday to boost US competitiveness with China. The bill invests billions into emerging technology industries like artificial intelligence, semiconductors, and quantum computing in the US. The bill — titled the US Innovation and Competition Act or USICA — builds off a previous proposal from Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) called the Endless Frontier Act. Endless Frontier was lauded as one of the first big bipartisan bills to come from the Biden administration. But over the last few months, the bill, which was seen as a must-pass piece of legislation for both parties, was bloated with political mush and much... Continue reading…
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Flight attendants told Insider they are looking forward to traveling during layovers again, and believe more travel will bring better job security.
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InterGlobe Aviation Ltd eyes a ₹4,500 crore fundraise by securing credit lines from lenders and entering into sale and leaseback (SLB) arrangement for new aircrafts
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And we’re back. Well, not back-back. But we’re here in the San Jose McEnery Convention Center of the mind. The parking is awful and the hotels all got booked up five months ago, so we’re taking the CalTrain in from Redwood City (of the mind). We’ve got a full house at this morning’s virtual kick-off […]
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Amazon is offering big discounts on Apple's new MacBook Pro and smaller savings on the new MacBook Air.
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Budget-friendly TV manufactuer Vizio has released its entire 2021 TV lineup and we have a full breakdown of the features and specs of the new models.
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The Alienware X15 and X17 have made their debut at Computex
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'We continue to be strictly guided by principles of transparency, a commitment to empowering every voice on the service, and protecting freedom of expression and privacy under the Indian law,' said Twitter Spokesperson
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A developer has found a new exploit 'baked into' Apple’s Mac and iOS chips, but there is no reason to panic, as its practical uses are extremely limited.
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In the first wave, we fought courageously. This time too India will be victorious in the ongoing fight against the virus, Modi said
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Some of the most precise range estimates in the industry are key for reassuring range-anxious consumers, says Darren Palmer, Ford's EV boss.
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From the archives: A short story about a strange glass.
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Natural resources – from copper and iron ore to soybeans and lumber – had markets abuzz with talk that pandemic bounce-back might trigger another supercycle for global commodities.
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A recent survey conducted by researchers at the IE Center for the Governance of Change indicates that a majority of people would support replacing members of their respective parliaments with AI systems. Yikes. The majority might have this one wrong. But we’ll get into why in a moment. The survey Researchers interviewed 2,769 Europeans representing varying demographics. Questions ranged from whether they’d prefer to vote via smartphone all the way to whether they’d replace existing politicians with algorithms given the chance. Per the survey: 51% of Europeans support reducing the number of national parliamentarians and giving those seats to an…This story continues at The Next Web
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Strong work relationships in person help smooth over rough spots, make teams more productive, and decrease the chances of employees calling in sick.
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YA drama Panic hits later this week, plus try new sci-fi anthology Solos.
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