As the fall season begins, school does too.
Things are a little different this year – some schools will have much smaller class sizes, some will be holding classes on alternating days, some will teach totally virtual courses, some a hybrid of... Read More
The US is kind of like that person who racked up more in Venmo requests than they can pay. US debt has been growing for decades, but it skyrocketed in the corona-conomy. From April-June, America’s debt became larger than the... Read More
Today, it was announced that Microsoft 365 apps and services will no longer support Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11) by this time next year.
Beginning November 30, 2020, the Microsoft Teams web app will no longer support IE... Read More
Digital content is on track to equal half of Earth’s mass by 2245, according to new research.
The research by Dr. Melvin Vopson, a senior lecturer at the U.K.’s University of Portsmouth, highlights the physics of information creation and the... Read More
“San Antonio, Texas, the place my family currently calls home, ranks high among major cities with the fastest-growing number of COVID-19 infections. Add in Houston, Austin, and Dallas, and Texas now accounts for over 7 percent of the nation’s... Read More
Although reading the (usually incomplete) ingredient list on your products won’t 100 percent guarantee that you’re avoiding toxins, it can be helpful for avoiding the most common and most dangerous toxins.
Here’s a handy list... Read More
While the Wednesday hijacking of several high-profile and verified Twitter accounts appears to have been confined to a cryptocurrency scam, security experts are warning that the platform’s security failures could lead to bigger attacks down... Read More
Microsoft this week detailed its legal efforts to seize domains related to a “sophisticated, new phishing scheme” that’s taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to attack customers in 62 countries.
“Our civil case has... Read More
With the coronavirus driving everyone to stay home and binge-watch Netflix, it’s no surprise to learn that alcohol sales have spiked in recent weeks. However, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned this week that drinking alcohol could... Read More
Amid protests throughout the country against the treatment of black Americans, several black corporate and nonprofit leaders shared their views on the demonstrations with CNBC on Monday. They emphasized that the unrest in America is not just a... Read More
Turning down a job offer can feel incredibly daunting. If you’re looking for the perfect way to decline an offer, following the steps below will help ensure that you do so in an honest and eloquent manner.
You might think... Read More
COVID-19 is forcing many people to explore new hobbies and ways to stay in shape. One of the most popular social distancing friendly sports is playing golf. Golf is a great activity to stay in shape and get outdoors, which is paramount right... Read More
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is further proving the value of online environments. Not only have many organizations moved to remote work in order to continue their operations, but many educational institutions are also conducting courses... Read More
As the COVID-19 outbreak has intensified, so too has cybercrime, including ransomware.
With the healthcare sector being at the forefront of the global response to the disease, delivering uninterrupted care to patients is essential. But despite... Read More
Following reports of hackers breaking into lessons with racist, pornographic and harassing interruptions, several large districts are moving away from Zoom as a way to connect teachers and students. In addition to New York City and Clark County,... Read More