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Congress is about to grill Google’s CEO. Can Sundar Pichai handle the heat? - Washington Post

Congress is about to grill Google’s CEO. Can Sundar Pichai handle the heat?   Washington Post

Google chief executive Sundar Pichai's first-ever testimony to Congress on Tuesday is shaping up to be a major test of his skills in managing the company's ...

Why are people mad about Harold Baines - MLB.com

Why are people mad about Harold Baines   MLB.com

If you've spent any time interacting with baseball on the internet over the last few days, there's a decent chance you've come across the name Harold Baines.

Web site provides leagal resources for people with limited finances - Dearborn Country Register

Web site provides leagal resources for people with limited finances   Dearborn Country Register

A new website, indianalegalhelp.org, is available to provide legal resources to Hoosiers of limited financial means. The website was developed by the Coalition ...

Into the Spider-Verse Explained: Who Are These Other Spider-Man and Marvel Heroes? - IGN

Into the Spider-Verse Explained: Who Are These Other Spider-Man and Marvel Heroes?   IGN

We break down everything you need to know about the Spider-Verse, the basis for the animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, starring Shameik Moore ...

UVM's Ricketts, Cushman, Tracy Named to List of World's Most Influential Researchers - UVM News

UVM's Ricketts, Cushman, Tracy Named to List of World's Most Influential Researchers   UVM News

Three University of Vermont faculty have been named to a list of the world's most impactful researchers, based on the number of times their published studies ...

People can come out of uncertainties only by cutting web of power hungry politicians - State Times

People can come out of uncertainties only by cutting web of power hungry politicians   State Times

By Daya Sagar People of J&K have been living in an environment of uncertainties and myths right since October 1947, the one regularly polluted by even the ...

Another Day in Brexit Hell - The New York Times

Another Day in Brexit Hell   The New York Times

LONDON — I wonder if this is what the Black Death was like. People wandering around with donkeys, crying, “Bring out your dead!” and painting crosses on ...

FACT CHECK: Did Trump Instruct Acting Secretary of State to Nullify Oaths Taken on Qurans? - Snopes.com

FACT CHECK: Did Trump Instruct Acting Secretary of State to Nullify Oaths Taken on Qurans?   Snopes.com

On 9 December 2018, BeBest.website published an article reporting that President Trump had instructed his acting secretary of state to nullify any oaths of office ...

White Columbia University Sophomore Taunts Students of Color in Racist Tirade - The Daily Beast

White Columbia University Sophomore Taunts Students of Color in Racist Tirade   The Daily Beast

A white student at Columbia University launched into a racist tirade about the virtues of white people to a group of minority students late Sunday night, according ...

10 cyber security trends to look out for in 2019 - Information Age

10 cyber security trends to look out for in 2019   Information Age

What cyber security trends and issues can the world expect in 2019: more stringent regulation, creations of new roles? Read on...

California Today: A Second Run at a Controversial Housing Fix - The New York Times

California Today: A Second Run at a Controversial Housing Fix   The New York Times

Monday: A bill that died last year is back with changes, navigating burn recovery and a promising snowpack.

Amazon, Amid Crackdown on Seller Scams, Fires Employees Over Data Leak - The Wall Street Journal

Amazon, Amid Crackdown on Seller Scams, Fires Employees Over Data Leak   The Wall Street Journal

Amazon has dismissed several workers in the U.S. and India for allegedly inappropriately accessing internal data that was being misused by disreputable ...

Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They're Not Keeping It Secret - The Indian Express

Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They're Not Keeping It Secret   The Indian Express

Dozens of companies use smartphone locations to help advertisers and even hedge funds. They say it's anonymous, but the data shows how personal it is.

Fifty colleges sued in barrage of ADA lawsuits over web accessibility - Inside Higher Ed

Fifty colleges sued in barrage of ADA lawsuits over web accessibility   Inside Higher Ed

A blind man is taking 50 colleges to court, alleging their websites are inaccessible to people with disabilities.

Walmart plans to tap Flipkart's tech expertise - Economic Times

Walmart plans to tap Flipkart's tech expertise   Economic Times

Walmart plans to globally deploy Flipkart's expertise in progressive web applications that are aimed at a seamless shopping experience even with low ...

Thane police raid illegal orchestra bar; arrest 42 people - Times of India

Thane police raid illegal orchestra bar; arrest 42 people   Times of India

THANE: Police raided an illegal orchestra bar here on Sunday and arrested 42 people, including its owner, manager and customers, and also rescued seve.

Advice for journalists: how to explain things well - Vox.com

Advice for journalists: how to explain things well   Vox.com

One of the ongoing agonies of being a journalist is that aspiring journalists frequently write you and ask for advice: “What would you say to a young journalist ...

Indeed says Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud skills are rising in demand - Business Insider

Indeed says Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud skills are rising in demand   Business Insider

Interest in cloud skills and positions has increased for employers and job seekers. Here's why it's the next skill to bet your career on.

Beyoncé arrives in Udaipur for Isha Ambani’s wedding - The Indian Express

Beyoncé arrives in Udaipur for Isha Ambani’s wedding   The Indian Express

Beyoncé arrived in the city of lakes on Sunday to perform at a pre-wedding celebration for Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal.

Millions Of Comments About The FCC's Net Neutrality Rules Were Fake. Now The Feds Are Investigating. - BuzzFeed News

Millions Of Comments About The FCC's Net Neutrality Rules Were Fake. Now The Feds Are Investigating.   BuzzFeed News

People's names and addresses were listed on the FCC's website beside net neutrality comments they didn't make. Now the FBI is interested.

 

 

 

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