Juan Hackwell

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The National Labour Relations Board found that a May 2018 tweet by Musk unlawfully threatened employees with the loss of stock options if they decided to be represented by a union
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The markets regulator suspects Kudva, now Franklin Templeton’s Asia-Pacific distribution head, of allegedly indulging in insider trading for withdrawing personal investments over ₹30 crore from several company debt funds close to their winding up last year
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The Memorial Day sales event is just around the corner and we're rounding up the best early deals from Samsung, LG, Sony, and more.
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Its makers envision this device growing to 50+ qubits and fitting aboard satellites, autonomous vehicles
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You can test your webcam using online tools or programs that come with Windows 10 or your Mac computer.
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Boston Dynamics: From Terminator to Amazon worker replacement Analysis  Those fearing a takeover of the human race by robots may have failed to adequately account for the drudgery of modern capitalism.…
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Apple is finally relaxing its stance on third-party repairs, as the company is set to expand its independent repair provider program globally. The tech giant announced last night that this program is expanding to 200 more countries. In regions such as Australia, Brazil, India, Russia, Taiwan, and Vietnam, the process is starting off next week, and the rest of the countries will follow later in the year. The company originally launched the program in 2019 to allow customers in the US to get their iPhones — specifically basic parts such as batteries, speakers, and screens — repaired from authorized third-party providers. Later, Apple included… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: iPhone,Apple
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The agreement comes in the wake of a shortage of raw materials to produce covid-19 vaccines amid curbs by countries like US
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Also improves the controls for driving vehicles, and allows for turning off double-tap to dodge.
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The round was led by investment firm Paradigm, with participation from existing backers Addition, Ribbit and TIME Ventures, Chainalysis said.Chainalysis, which had last raised $100 million in November, said it has doubled its client base and hired 116 new employees over the past year
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Amazon received Food and Drug Administration authorization for a COVID-19 test made by its subsidiary STS Lab Holdco, and it plans to use it for its onsite coronavirus testing programs. The test is done using a nasal self swab that can be done either under the supervision of a health care provider or as part of an at-home kit where a patient takes their own sample and mails it to a centralized lab. “Amazon plans to use the Amazon Real-Time RT-PCR Test for Detecting SARS-CoV-2 (Amazon Test) as part of the company’s overall Coronavirus Disease 2019 (“COVID-19”) preparedness and response program,” the FDA’s authorization reads. The authorization also describes Amazon’s employee-screening program. Some Amazon employees will be... Continue reading…
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We love the M1 Mac Mini, but it is not perfect, as evidenced by a problem reported by some users where it fails to wake a connected display from sleep.
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If you live in a small home, a full-size desk can be an unsightly burden, one that takes up space even when it’s not in use. Pith & Stem has a solution to this problem, one that hides a full desk, including two 24-inch monitors, behind an inconspicuous piece of artwork. The company’s DropTop is described as a durable wall-mounted … Continue reading
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Tech giants gave around $3.2 million in 2020 to lawmakers and regulators who look into privacy and antitrust issues, according to a report.
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Over 100,000 WordPress websites haven’t yet applied the patches for the vulnerabilities.
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The quarter-mile-long container ship that’s currently blocking the Suez Canal traced a distinctly phallic route in the hours before being blown off course and becoming stuck on Tuesday morning.The route charted by the MV Ever Given in the Red Sea before entering the Egyptian waterway appeared to resemble a penis, testicles and butt cheeks when viewed as GPS data, per images and video shared online by the live boat tracking websites Vessel Finder and MyShipTracking.com:UPDATE 2: Suez Canal Blocked by Huge container ship; Video simulation of the controversial trackhttps://t.co/3PXwGMuqdh#EverGiven#SuezCanal#ContainerShip#groundedpic.twitter.com/3QHetlOQxx— VesselFinder (@VesselFinder) March 24, 2021Disinformation researcher John Scott-Railton suggested the X-rated route of the boat – traveling from China to Rotterdam – was not intentional, describing it on Twitter as “innocent, but terrible luck.” Of course, other Twitter users had thoughts:Blocking the Suez Canal being a literal dick move.— Greg Johnson (@gregianjohnson) March 24, 2021#EverGiven drawing a cock and balls before blocking the #SuezCanal is peak 2021. pic.twitter.com/aC7kzEkQmE— Anna (@Gatsbyspants) March 23, 2021No matter how bad shit gets for you today, no matter how hard things may seem... Know this: You didn’t accidentally GPS an enormous ocean cock-n-balls then get your giant cargo ship stuck sideways in the Suez Canal. https://t.co/HhlzI8vSvb— ᴀɴᴅʀᴇᴡ ʙɪɢɢs (@biggsintweets) March 24, 2021
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The other day, I attended a celebration of one of the pioneers of collaboration technology, Ray Ozzie. The father of Lotus Notes, Ozzie left Lotus and his startup firm Iris after a hostile takeover by IBM, and eventually joined Microsoft when that company acquired his next startup, Groove. By “attended” I mean a virtual event […]
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It's official: Tableau CEO Adam Selipsky is returning to AWS to take over as CEO when Andy Jassy takes the top job at Amazon later this year.This is a surprising outcome, as many observers expected an internal hire to be made to replace Jassy, with the likes of AWS sales and marketing chief Matt Garman or senior vice president Charlie Bell the frontrunners. [ Also on InfoWorld: What is cloud computing? Everything you need to know now ] Selipsky left AWS to take over as CEO of the analytics vendor Tableau in 2016, which he helped grow into a $1 billion revenue company before navigating a blockbuster $15 billion acquisition by Salesforce in 2019.To read this article in full, please click here
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What to watch along with (or instead of) The Snyder Cut.
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Today marks four years since the terrorist attack on Westminster Bridge and in New Palace Yard in London. In the space of only a few minutes on the 22 March 2017, one man stole the lives of five people, injured over fifty – including myself and my friends – and irrevocably altered the lives of the many more who witnessed or responded to the attack, or were related to those affected. The incident marked the first mass casualty attack on the British mainland since the 7/7 bombings in 2005, and the first killing within the grounds of the Parliament since the assassination of Conservative politician Airey Neave by the Irish National Liberation Army in 1979.Hardly a day goes by when I don’t think back to the events of that day, even if only for a brief moment. And I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that there have been countless times when it brought me to a very dark place; one of frustration, bitterness, anger, and inevitably, sadness. I can recall the most peculiarly specific of details, from the typically grey British weather which occupied much of the day, to the brutal injuries sustained by myself and others who were struck by the vehicle, to the visceral images of those who died. Coming from Lancashire, I was visiting London for a few days on a university trip with friends when the attack happened. We were all injured; I sustained a torn ligament, several fractures, and a laceration to the left leg, spending eight days in hospital following the attack with two operations.Beyond those initial few weeks, it was hard to foresee the months and years that would follow, recovering both physically and mentally, and I spent nearly six months on crutches and a walking stick, and over a year in physiotherapy. Similarly, I struggled with sleep in those first few months and with the incomprehensible guilt of trying to understand why I had survived, where others lost their lives. I feel very fortunate to be able to look back and reflect on the knowledge of how far I have come since then and it continues to drive me forward today.  It took a long time for me to recognise and accept that I cannot change what has already happened. It took a long time for me to recognise and accept that I cannot change what has already happened, and I cannot alter the effect it has already had upon those involved, myself included. But I can draw upon my experience and that resilience to campaign for better support for others who may be affected by terrorism in future, and do what I can to counter-extremism within our communities and stymie the spread of radicalisation. This, I have found, is essentially the strongest antidote: helping others affected and being able to play what small part I can to prevent future attacks in the hope that it may stop others from having to share in our experience.I feel no need to repeat the name of the perpetrator in this article, for I do not believe he or the twisted ideology he pursued deserve the attention they so desperately crave. While I believe it is important that we better inform the public of the radicalising narratives that often underpin these attacks, whatever their purported motivations be, we have to be careful not to play directly into the perpetrators’ hands by providing them with the recognition and affirmation that they so desperately seek in equal measure to the political aims of these despicable acts of violence.Though I feel no particular conviction towards forgiveness, I reserve little emotion towards the man who committed the attack as the only focus of my thoughts has always been upon a deep sadness for everyone affected by his selfish actions. From the bereaved friends and relatives who lost loved ones, to those who survived their injuries only to struggle to understand the second-hand grief and guilt left by their chance survival – it has been of the utmost privilege for me to get to know so many of those affected by the attack, and their ongoing resilience in the face of such adversity will forever inspire me.  So many of us travelled to London that day without any indication that our lives would change forever. Over the past few years I have found great benefit in the peer-to-peer support provided by meeting others affected by terrorism around the world, from Oklahoma to Utøya, Barcelona to Brisbane, all members of an unfortunate ‘community’ which no one would ever wish to be a part of, and closer to home I feel lucky to be able to call some of those affected by attacks in Manchester and London from vastly differing backgrounds, amongst my closest friends. The unspoken awareness that you’re in common company, and not going through it alone, provides incredibly powerful sentiment.If you have a few minutes today I’d ask that you spare a thought for the many people around the world who were impacted by the events of 22 March 2017, and perhaps hold your loved ones that little bit closer. So many of us travelled to London that day without any indication that our lives would change forever, and for some, that their lives would sadly end.Even though they are unable to meet in person and properly commemorate the incident with the due respect it deserves due to the ongoing pandemic restrictions, hundreds of victims, survivors, and first responders will be gathering in a virtual capacity to mark the date remotely. And I hope everyone reading this will join us in paying tribute to all of those affected.Travis Frain is a survivor of the March 2017 Westminster attack and a research fellow at Rise to Peace. Follow him on Twitter at @travisfrainHave a compelling personal story you want to tell? Find out what we’re looking for here, and pitch us on [email protected] from HuffPost UK PersonalI Accidentally Joined A Playgroup Full Of QAnon MomsI Went To Syria To Find The American Family Who Joined IsisI'm Asian. I’ve Spent The Last Year In Constant Fear Of Attack
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