Daily Archive: August 25, 2020

Google, Microsoft Shift Production From China Faster Due To Virus

With so many choices and so many providers, it could be hard for the common shopper to get a grip on what kind of cellphone is right for them. At present accessible for pre-order, the brand new Kindle Oasis will retail for almost $200 greater than the cheapest Kindle. Nonetheless, that value hike can be rapidly justified by individuals who only have time to learn at night. The new Oasis display screen contains a warm gentle slider so as to add an orange tint for much less eye strain at nighttime, going from shiny white to heat amber. As all … Read More

A disease, a death, and the digital divide demand a new civil rights movement

“A social movement that only moves people is merely a revolt. A movement that changes both people and institutions is a revolution.” The words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. prophesy a change that is coming. The new civil rights movement will be driven by technology, and Black and Brown people must lead it. In order for us to do this, we must first close a massive divide.

Since the start of the pandemic, the entire world has witnessed a rapidly declining value of the American dream for Black people. Its depreciation is seen in the 30,000 plus Black people

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As losses expand, Asana is confident it has the ticket for a successful public listing – TechCrunch

Asana, the project management software developer, dropped its filing for a direct listing on one of the busiest days of a surprisingly busy late summer.

The task management toolkit provider started by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and early FB employee Justin Rosenstein isn’t as well known or as well financed as today’s other big public offerings — the game engine developer, Unity, and the $14 billion-valued enterprise cloud storage provider Snowflake — but its modest $1.5 billion valuation may in some way make it a better bellwether for investor appetite in new tech offerings.

That’s because Asana is

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