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Strange detail in TikTok user’s picture with dad leaves internet in stitches

A woman attempting to get a nice picture with her dad was shocked to later find a hidden detail in the photograph. Looking back at the shot taken on a Polaroid digital camera, she realized they had captured a hilarious trick of the light — and it wasn’t complimentary. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Woman shocked …

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Google makes changes to Android in India after antitrust setbacks | Business and Economy News

Implementation of these changes across the ecosystem will be a ‘complex process’, requiring ‘significant work’, it said. Google said on Wednesday it will allow device makers in India to license its individual apps for pre-installation and give an option to users to choose their default search engine, announcing sweeping changes to how it promotes its …

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JPMorgan’s Kolanovic sees correction, hard landing

JPMorgan’s Marko Kolanovic is abstaining from the early 2023 rally. Instead, the Institutional Investor hall-of-famer is bracing for a 10% or more correction in the first half of this year, telling investors he’s “outright negative” on the market. “Fundamentals are deteriorating. And, the market has been moving up. So, that has to clash at some …

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How Did Tech Become America’s Most Troubled Industry?

Twelve thousand layoffs at Google. Eleven thousand at Facebook, 10,000 at Microsoft, 18,000 at Amazon, 8,000 at Salesforce, 4,000 at Cisco, 3,000-plus at Twitter. The American economy has recovered from the sharp downturn caused by the arrival of the coronavirus and is chugging along just fine, at least for the moment. Yet the tech sector—the …

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Here are the companies that have laid off employees this year

New York CNN — Just this week, Alphabet, Google’s parent company, Microsoft (MSFT) and Vox Media announced layoffs that will affect more than 22,000 workers. Their moves follow on the heels of job cuts earlier this month at Amazon, Goldman Sachs and Salesforce. More companies are expected to do the same as firms that aggressively …

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Google, Amazon, Microsoft announce thousands of layoffs, Canada impacted

The steady wave of recent high-tech job losses continued this week as Google joined Amazon and Microsoft in announcing the layoff of thousands of employees. On Friday, Google said it is laying off 12,000 workers, or about six per cent of its workforce, becoming the latest tech company to trim staff as the economic boom …

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Jammu and Kashmir saw most internet shutdowns globally in 2022

Access to the internet, a basic human right according to the United Nationsdoesn’t come easy to residents of India’s Jammu and Kashmir (J&K). Last year, the union territory recorded 24 incidents of disruption, the highest for a single region anywhere in the world, according to Surfsharka virtual private network provider. “Surfshark’s internet censorship yearly recap …

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Qunnect, Stony Brook University spinoff, building quantum loop, raises $8.5M

A Stony Brook University spinoff is building a test bed for a real-life quantum internet. The company’s GothamQ project is far removed from the on-screen “Quantumania” of Marvel’s latest time-bending Ant-Man and Wasp adventure, but it could lead to a future where online communications are secure from hackers. Unlike the existing internet, where billions of …

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