Earlier this week, Microsoft unveiled a new global digital skills initiative in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the wave of job losses worldwide.
The initiative was launched in partnership with LinkedIn Learning and GitHub. It offers a range... Read More
If you are an Amazon Prime member, you may have noticed something different during the COVID pandemic.
Packages take longer to arrive, and some deliveries are no longer free.
That has some Prime members asking: Why are we still paying... Read More
With the spread of COVID-19, many typically in-house companies shifted their employees to work from home in an effort to protect their teams and contain the pandemic.
Not only are you new to getting work done from home, but school closures and... Read More
On June 27, the televised and digitally streamed global special will help end COVID-19 for all.
Why Global Citizens Should Care Putting an end to the COVID-19 pandemic means putting an end to it for all people, everywhere — including... Read More
Major League Baseball is ready to get the 2020 regular season underway. The league announced they have reached an agreement with the players to start a 60-game season on July 23 or 24. Players will report for training camp on July 1.
Rosters will... Read More
With Father’s Day coming up on June 21 and the school year coming to a close, the online learning platform Brainly surveyed 800 U.S. dads to find out how the coronavirus has changed their work and family life.
1. APPRECIATION NATION. Roughly... Read More
And on the 3,789th day of quarantine, all the mommies and all the daddies in all the land booked a vacation. Amiright? If you have the travel bug or really want to visit friends or family in other places, we hear you. COVID-19 has canceled travel... Read More
As states reopen, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released guidelines for avoiding health risks if you plan to visit a restaurant or bar. As the CDC notes, COVID-19 is mostly spread by respiratory droplets released when people... 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 NBA players’ union approved the league’s 22-team resumption of the season in Orlando, but safety concerns remain for the players preparing for life in a bubble surrounding Walt Disney World’s ESPN Wide World of Sports complex.
The league... Read More
The organizers of the Consumer Electronics Show are placing a bet that they can orchestrate an in-person CES 2021 next January in Las Vegas.
According to the CES website, the 2021 tech event will feature major brands, some top-tier speakers and an... Read More
Avi Schiffmann, the Mercer Island, Wash., high school student who gained an international following with a website he built to track the coronavirus pandemic, has launched a new site with information about protests currently happening across the... Read More
A successful attack can give them access to an organization’s servers, confidential documents, and valuable company data. Taking steps to protect your remote work can save tremendous headaches and lots of money.
Here are five recommendations for... Read More
Apple tweaked its facial recognition system to make it easier to unlock your iPhone while wearing a mask.
The tweak included in iOS 13.5, which was released on Wednesday, is subtle. Users with up-to-date software will now see an... 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