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Employer review website Glassdoor released its annual “Best Places to Work” report, consisting of the top 100 large companies to work for going into 2019.
Google heads to Washington, and everything else you need to know for the week ahead.
Files by Google (formerly Files Go) is helpful if you want an official means of managing the files on your Android phone, but there's been an obvious limitation: you couldn't move files to physical storage beyond the phone itself. Google has released an update to Files that introduces support for external storage using USB On-the-Go.
If you're still hanging on to a phone running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, you might want to budget for an upgrade. Google has warned developers that it's deprecating support for Ice Cream Sandwich in upcoming versions of Play Services, the framework that gives Android apps and devices access to key features without requiring full-fledged operating system updates. Existing developer kit elements will continue to work, and individual components may continue to support the OS going forward, but "many" newer toolkit iterations will require at least Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Facebook’s Instagram Blocks Promotion of IPO Edge Article on Vox Utility Token Offering By John Jannarone When it comes to cryptocurrency, Facebook appears to believe that ignorance is bliss. Last week, IPO Edge published an analysis of an upcoming offering of security tokens designed to fund the growth of an existing Internet telephone and messaging […]
Iddris Sandu already has Google, Instagram, Snapchat and Uber on his resume. This architect plans to bridge the gap of technology and culture to minorities and youth around the world.
Medical record errors are extremely common and can be life-threatening. For 20-year-old patient Morgan Gleason, it took many hours to fix a glaring mistake.
Department stores ended the third quarter with inventory up year over year for the first time in a long time. However, it's not the red flag that some analysts and investors seem to think it is.
Edward Norton's start-up, EDO, is trying to bring analytics tools to the film and TV industry and help push them deeper into the the digital age. If the technology works, media companies will have better data to inform what shows they should create.
Both of these are seen by most as just different credit card companies, even though they have two different business models. Which makes for a better investment now?