It’s October a.k.a Techtober, and you know what that means! Not friends, not family, not even Diwali — which is just around the corner. No, October means smartphones!
October hasn’t been dubbed Techtober without reason. It’s also the month for epic sales, like Flipkart’s Big Billion Days Sale, which will be kicking off on the 16th of this month.
The stage is set. The year is drawing to a close. Everyone’s in a celebratory mood. New smartphones are launching left and right, and we have an itch to upgrade to that brand-new phone that just popped up on Flipkart Big Billion Days. Sadly, with phones getting more and
Saliva Tests Can Be Administered Anywhere, Helping the Shipping and Cruise Line Industries Return to Sea
Future Care, Inc., an international medical management and cost containment service provider exclusively to the maritime industry, today announced it has partnered with 1Health.io, the leading technology company that provides precision testing as a service, to provide saliva-based COVID-19 tests to ship owners, managers and crew members traveling to United States ports.
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1Health.io empowers partners with the ability to offer convenient, non-invasive, and remote options for precision diagnostic testing. Partners can offer patients, customers or employees diagnostic testing that eliminates inconvenient or even risky visits to testing centers while also eliminating long wait times for results. 1Health.io’s platform allows partners, like Future Care, to launch their private, secure and scalable testing portal quickly, and to have tracking and reporting that is essential for
Reports that JPMorgan Chase & Co. JPM ordered senior employees in its sales and trading groups to return to the office by Sept. 21 have fueled a discussion about whether and how other companies should make that same transition.
When COVID-19 forced financial firms to relocate their operations from well-equipped office buildings to employees’ homes, they were simply trying to survive and maintain continuity. As the experiment has worn on, both employers and employees have realized some unexpected benefits.
There’s data showing that, as we’ve begun working from home, productivity has increased, employees feel that time management has become more flexible, the costs of commuting and maintaining offices have declined, and businesses have greater accessibility to global and diverse talent. Of course, there are also some problems that have emerged from the long period of working from
In 2018, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper co-starred in yet another remake of the classic tale A Star Is Born. Lady Gaga had some mighty big shoes to fill; taking on a no-name talent who becomes a mega-star, she followed in the footsteps of Janet Gaynor, Judy Garland, and Barbra Streisand. Yet, Gaga rose to the challenge, snagging an Oscar nomination for her performance as Ally.
Both Cooper and Gaga were adulated for their palpable on-screen chemistry. Their love story seized audiences, and their performance was so convincing that many went on to assume a behind-the-scenes romance was in play. Yet, the two have continued to deny such rumors, explaining that the love between them comes from a place of friendship, respect, and admiration…nothing more.
Xbox Game Pass’s xCloud streaming service is now in beta for Android mobile devices, and the arrival of a new cloud-based streaming platform again highlights how intriguing the streaming idea can be. But streaming games from the internet, rather than playing them on your own hardware, has been around in various forms for a while, and it has always suffered from something of a practicality gap between conception and execution. Sure, if you’ve got a stable enough internet connection, it’s nice to play video games without having to spring for expensive hardware–especially in the often-confusing, technical world of PC gaming. But if you’re already pretty interested in video games, you’re probably already pretty invested in video games. For the largest audience of people who like games, what’s the real upshot of streaming if they’ve already bought in?
Playing with xCloud on an Android device, the thing that struck me most