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Daily Archives: February 22, 2019

Netflix: Is streaming killing the cinema industry?

Netflix has revolutionised the way we watch TV. This year, the streaming service has also earned its first best picture Oscar nomination for Roma. But what impact is streaming films at home having on the cinema? Reality Check’s Lora Jones takes a look. Motion graphics by Jacqueline Galvin. Produced by Sarah Glatte. … BBC News – Business

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Andy Bax, COO, Seaborn Networks talks trends, technology and a younger, diverse industry

Andy Bax, COO of Seaborn Networks joined us at Submarine Networks EMEA to share his perspectives on the subsea cable industry. He talked to Total Telecom about the ongoing development of the relationship between traditional carriers and the hyper… Andy Bax, COO of Seaborn Networks joined us at Submarine Networks EMEA to share his perspectives on the subsea cable industry. ...

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Dropbox Business adds multi-team admins to help large teams stay organized

The new feature is helpful for customers whose organizations have grown in scale. Here’s how it works. Dropbox’s new multi-team admin feature helps large organizations better manage their workflows, according to a Dropbox blog post provided to TechRepublic. The feature allows organizations to manage multiple Dropbox Business teams by giving admin privileges to various departments. SEE: Resource and data recovery ...

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Business or politics? China's coal cut kills two birds with one stone

What makes most sense is that China's gentle brake on Australian coal imports kills two birds with one stone. And as such it delivers an exaggerated impact. Loading The coal producers are nervous and their share prices have been hit, the Australian dollar is rolling around punch drunk, and Canberra is nervously struggling to assure the community that the Chinese/Australian ...

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UPDATE 1-Trump picks envoy to Canada Kelly Craft for U.N. ambassador

© Reuters. UPDATE 1-Trump picks envoy to Canada Kelly Craft for U.N. ambassador (Adds details) WASHINGTON, Feb 22 (Reuters) – President Donald Trump said on Friday he was nominating Kelly Craft, currently the U.S. ambassador to Canada, as his envoy to the United Nations. Craft, a top Republican donor from Kentucky, rose this week as a serious contender for the ...

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Microsoft workers protest $480m HoloLens military deal: 'We did not sign up to develop weapons'

Dozens of Microsoft employees have signed a letter protesting the company’s $ 480 million contract to supply the U.S. Army with augmented reality headsets intended for use on the battlefield. Under the terms of the deal, the headsets, which place holographic images into the wearer’s field of vision, would be adapted to “increase lethality” by “enhancing the ability to detect, ...

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Nike app for self-tying shoe comes undone

Image copyright Nike/PA Nike’s new self-lacing trainer, the Adapt BB, has fallen at the first hurdle after the Android app that controls the shoe malfunctioned. Billed as the “future of footwear”, the $ 350 (£268) a pair Adapt BB launched on Sunday. However, an update to the Google Android … BBC News – Technology

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Bitcoin Oil Partners with Crypto Development Companies and…

Bitcoin Oil has launched a hiring campaign while at the same time partnering up with a handful of well-known blockchain development companies in order to carry out Bitcoin Oil’s technical blockchain developments. Bitcoin Oil plans to implement a threefold development approach by integrating in-house development teams, outsourced individual developers, and blockchain development companies, thereby enabling Bitcoin Oil to ensure the ...

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