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Coronavirus App Downloads

Coronavirus impact sends app downloads, usage and consumer spending to record highs in Q2 As the world continued to cope with the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, the second quarter of 2020 became the largest yet for mobile app downloads, usage, and consumer spending. According to new data from app …

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Jurassic Park Dinosaur

Famous Jurassic Park Dinosaur Was More Powerful than Previously Thought Dilophosaurus wetherilli was the largest animal known to have lived on land in North America during the Early Jurassic. Despite its charismatic presence in pop culture, major aspects of Dilophosaurus wetherilli’s skeletal anatomy, taxonomy and evolutionary relationships were unknown until …

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Freshwork Acquires Flint

Freshworks acquires IT orchestration service Flint   Customer engagement company Freshworks today announced that it has acquired Flint, an IT orchestration and cloud management platform based in India. The acquisition will help Freshworks strengthen its Freshservice IT support service by bringing a number of new automation tools to it. Maybe …

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Technology Is Changing

How technology is changing what it means to be an effective (search) marketer The demands and expectations of marketers continue to evolve, and increasingly, they “will be a hybrid of marketers, technologists and data analysts,” says Stephen McDonagh, director of digital growth marketing at 1-800 Flowers, Inc. He discussed how …

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Qualcomm Breaks 3GHz

Qualcomm Breaks 3GHz Barrier With Slightly Faster Snapdragon 865 Plus ARM Chip Most of the fancy new 5G phones on the market run on the Snapdragon 865, but that’s old news. Qualcomm has announced a new mobile chip, the Snapdragon 865 Plus. What’s “plus” about it? Well, not as much …

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Android 11’s Launch Date

Google Might Have Accidentally Revealed Android 11’s Launch Date The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown many businesses into disarray, and Google has been particularly hard hit. It had to delay the Pixel 4a launch, and it’s not even certain that phone will come out at all. Google also canceled its I/O …

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Apple’s Own GPUs

Apple is Planning to Build Build Its Own GPUs, Too, But Playing Quiet for Now There’s news out that Apple isn’t just going to be getting rid of Intel silicon — it’s supposedly going to be pushing GPUs out of its products as well. That read is based on a …

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COVID-19 Marketing & SEO

The impact of COVID-19 on marketing and SEO CMOs are trying to figure out what to do. They must decide how to respond to this unprecedented situation, how to make the right budget cuts, how to best help customers in this time of crisis. In this revealing survey of hundreds …

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Windows Control Panel

Microsoft Working to Sunset Windows Control Panel Microsoft is moving ahead with plans to sunset the Windows Control Panel by moving its functions over to the Settings app, just as the company announced on July 1. Build 20161, which also debuts an updated Start Menu, moves the System applet to …

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Amazon Alexa Mobile App

Amazon adds ‘hands-free’ Alexa to its Alexa mobile app Amazon is making it easier for mobile users to access its Alexa virtual assistant while on the go. The company announced today it’s making it possible to use Alexa “hands free” from within its Alexa mobile app for iOS and Android, …

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