Are 5G-connected cars the future of driving?

Cars are no longer just a way to get from A to B.

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The market for connected cars is predicted to be worth over $215 billion by 2027.

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Here are the top 10 jobs of the future

Say hello to your new colleague, the Workplace Environment Architect.

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As some countries begin to pull out of pandemic-induced lockdown, and the corporate engines of "return to the office" begin to whir, an open question hangs: What kind of jobs will people return to following months of work-from-home exile in "Remotopia"?

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A brief history of the internet's 3000 emojis

Curious about the most used emoji on social media?

2020 saw the release of 117 new emojis including the bubble tea, the placard and the transgender flag, growing the number of the popular pictograms to 3,136.
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Deepfake geography: Why fake satellite images are a growing problem

A new study calls the technique "location spoofing."

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Research indicates that "deepfake geography," or realistic but fake images of real places, could become a growing problem.

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You are suffering from “tab overload”

Our love-hate relationship with browser tabs drives all of us crazy. There is a solution.

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  • A new study suggests that tabs can cause people to be flustered as they try to keep track of every website.
  • The reason is that tabs are unable to properly organize information.
  • The researchers are plugging a browser extension that aims to fix the problem.
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