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Google expands job search features in the UK

Google expands job search features in the UK

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Google is expanding its job search feature to the UK, the company announced last night in a blog post. Now, job hunters will be able to search for employment through the Google Jobs function and have access to info like salary, reviews, and commute time to the office. In the blog post, Google highlights two […]

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The ASUS X399 ROG Zenith Extreme Motherboard Review: Top Tier Threadripper

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Today we are having a look at the most expensive motherboard for Ryzen Threadripper processors, the ASUS X399 ROG Zenith Extreme. The motherboard has a very impressive list of features that reach far beyond what a consumer expects to see on a regular product, such as hardware support for liquid nitrogen cooling. We will closely […]

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Humans are making wildfires worse, but here’s what we can do about it

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Fires are raging across California in what’s been an early and deadly start to this year’s fire season. But the truth is: fire season never really stopped. “We’re responding to wildland fires year round now,” California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) spokesman Scott McLean told The Sacramento Bee. In ways big and […]

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Astronomers have found a new crop of moons around Jupiter, and one of them is a weirdo

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Ten more moons have been confirmed to orbit around Jupiter, bringing the planet’s total known satellite count to 79. That’s the highest number of moons of any planet in the Solar System. And these newly discovered space rocks are giving astronomers insight as to why the Jupiter system looks like it does today. Astronomers at […]

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Asus Strix Scar II review: lights, camo, action

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Girl Scouts unveils 30 new STEM-related badges, including space exploration and cybersecurity

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Girl Scouts of the USA announced today that it will introduce a slew of new badges that address what it called “some of society’s most pressing needs” by homing in on STEM and technology-related issues and advocacy for girls. The 30 badges will be available exclusively for girls between the ages of five and 18 […]

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VirtualLink USB-C Alt Mode Announced: Standardized Connector for VR Headsets

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While PC VR headsets are fun, no one has especially enjoyed the number of cables required to hook one up. With separate video, power, and data cables, the end result has been that manufacturers have used somewhat unwieldy cables or breakout boxes. However as part of the generalized push towards the second generation of VR […]

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Apple replaced its executive portraits with Memoji

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Today is World Emoji Day, and to get in on the fun, Apple has replaced all of its executives’ headshots with Memoji versions of their faces. Technically, Memoji are not the same thing as emoji. They’re Apple-exclusive characters that are made in the same style as real emoji, and they can’t be included in text […]

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Tinder tests letting users send Bitmoji because you can’t send real photos

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Tinder announced today that users in Canada and Mexico will be able to send their personal Bitmoji within the dating app. They’ll have to connect Tinder and Snap on their phones, but once they do so, they can send stickers to matches. For now, this is only a test, meaning Tinder could decide not to […]

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First GOP congressman moves to reinstate net neutrality rules

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In a much-anticipated effort to reinstate net neutrality provisions, Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO) introduced a bill today that would codify free internet regulations into law. Titled The 21st Century Internet Act, the measure would institute the basic outlines of the Federal Communication Commission’s 2015 Open Internet order, which banned the throttling and blocking of content […]

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