Video streaming platforms have become major global financial success stories, and new copycat platforms are popping up every other day. But who are the major players in the video streaming world?
Well, one is obvious, Youtube, the go to platform... Read More
Millions of Americans may be able to tap into their retirement savings for financial help due to the coronavirus pandemic. As part of the $2 trillion CARES Act, anybody who is under the age of 59½ can take out a hardship withdrawal of... Read More
YouTube is no longer recognizing 720p as High Definition content.
Users of YouTube’s desktop site and mobile app are no longer seeing the HD badge next to the 720p resolution option.
Instead, the platform now considers content in 1080p as... Read More
As educators prepare for a busy summer getting ready for a new school year that will most likely include some online learning, finding good content will be key.
During this spring’s hectic shift into remote learning, companies from around... Read More
Out of work or have some extra time while in quarantine, this could be the perfect time to improve your career.
According to Biography, Isaac Newton helped change the world while in quarantine from the plague, and so could you!
Experts advise... Read More
News that Joe Rogan will take his popular podcast to Spotify in a multiyear licensing agreement starting in September represents the biggest gamble on exclusivity in the podcast industry to date. Rogan said last year his podcast has about 190... Read More
TruGreen, a leading lawn care company whose services include mosquito, flea and tick control, released its 2020 list of cities most bothered by bugs.
Compiled from 2019 customer data, this year’s list also includes the increased percentage in... Read More
The American Camp Association (ACA) and the YMCA of the USA (Y-USA) announce the release of Camp Operations Guide – Summer 2020, a groundbreaking educational resource developed to support day and overnight summer camp operations this... Read More
As digital therapy providers for thousands of chronic pain patients, here at Kaia Health we recognised that the Covid-19 crisis could adversely affect the well-being of many people, in ways beyond the immediate danger of infection.
Necessary social... Read More
If you plan on taking an Uber in the coming days, make sure you bring a mask with you.
Starting Monday, May 18, Uber will require all users to wear a mask or face covering.
Riders and drivers will see several other changes starting Monday... Read More
There are more than 22 million Americans who are now out of work and collecting unemployment benefits to help them get by, however, they might be surprised in April of next year when they learn that they owe taxes on all that aid coming their way.... Read More
Clorox is running its plants 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in order to meet the increasing demand for its disinfectant products, and still, Clorox wipes are in short supply.
With demand for disinfectants up 500 percent amid the coronavirus pandemic... Read More
If you wear glasses, then I’m sure you’ve discovered that it seems impossible to wear a mask with them fogging up. Here are 4 tips that might help…even surgeons use some of these tips!
1. Make sure your mask is as tight as possible across the... Read More
Supermoons are a rare type of full moon. They appear up to 14% bigger and 30% brighter than normal. While the full moon rises about once per month, supermoons can only occur a few times per year — max.
That’s because the timing... Read More
Approximately 50 million American credit cardholders have had their credit limits slashed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Per a consumer survey by Lending Tree’s Compare Cards website, about one in four credit card holders have either had... Read More