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Educate Yourself On Your Passion For Esthetics

A Passionate Career in Beauty Chances are, you’ve had a passion for beauty since you were young. Whether it be painting your nails, putting on your mother’s makeup, or wearing face masks at sleepovers with your friends, you’ve been interested in the topics that cover the field of esthetics. We’ve always been told by our elders that we should find ... Read More »

JD.com’s Billionaire CEO Richard Liu Released After US Arrest

The billionaire founder and chief executive of Chinese e-commerce firm JD.com, Richard Liu, was arrested in the US state of Minnesota on suspicion of criminal sexual conduct and later released after what the company said was a false accusation. JD.com, backed by Walmart, Alphabet’s Google, and China’s Tencent Holdings, said in a statement on Sunday that Liu, whose Chinese name is Liu Qiangdong, was falsely accused. ... Read More »

E-Sports: Move to Less Violent Games for 2022 Asiad, Says Alisport CEO

E-sports will shift away from violent content and towards sports-focused titles for the 2022 Asian Games, the CEO of Chinese tech giant Alibaba’s sports arm told Reuters on Sunday. Alisports CEO Zhang Dazhong, who partnered with the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) to feature electronic sports as a demonstration event in the 2018 Asian Games, said the discipline would need to evolve ... Read More »

VMware to Comply With Indian Government’s Demand to Localise Data

VMware, one of the largest enterprise software companies, says it has no problem with the demand by the Indian government to localise the servers used by big service providers to store users’ data. The $7.9 billion revenue company, which has tied up with Amazon to offer Public Cloud services on its Cloud arm Amazon Web Services (AWS), stresses there had been ... Read More »

Microsoft Teams Gets New Features, Including Meeting Recording and More

Microsoft has announced additions to its workplace app Teams with features like Skype, in-line translation capabilities, accommodation for over 250 participants in meetings, and more. “Teams would now support cloud-based meeting recording, “meeting lobby” for dial-in callers to qualify before they join the meetings and dial-in fallback support to ensure joining a meeting even in the event of network issues,” James Skay, ... Read More »

Social Media Won’t Be Allowed to Abuse Election Process: Prasad

Social media platforms will never be allowed to abuse India’s election process and stringent measures backed by laws on data protection and individual privacy have been put in place, Information Technology (IT) Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has said. Addressing the plenary of the G-20 Digital Economy Ministerial meeting in Salata, Argentina, on August 23-24, Prasad also noted that India had taken serious ... Read More »

Facebook is Testing ‘Things in Common’ Label For New Friends Discovery

Facebook’s ‘Things in Common’ label will show up above the username HIGHLIGHTS Facebook is testing a new label with select users in US Things in Common label alerts users of people with common interests It takes into consideration common workplace, common groups etc Facebook is testing a new way to get people to make new connections on the social networking site. ... Read More »

Choosing the Best Silicon Wafers

There are many businesses that depend on having high quality silicon wafers to use for their various projects. Will you need to buy some silicon wafers in the near future? If this is the case, it is important that you realize all silicon wafers are not made with the same level of quality. This is why you need to be ... Read More »

Google Hires Sony’s VR Expert Richard Marks

In a sign that Google is up to something new in the gaming business, the search engine giant has hired Richard Marks, a former research engineer who helped create Sony’s PlayStation virtual reality (VR) headset and its PlayStation Move controllers, tech website VentureBeat reported. Marks has joined the Advanced Technology and Projects group (ATAP) at Google, the report on late Monday said. “ATAP is ... Read More »

YouTube Starts Supporting Square, Vertical Videos on Desktop Through Dynamic Player

HIGHLIGHTS YouTube on the Web now comes with a dynamic player This brings support for square and vertical videos Not all users are happy to see the new change though YouTube has added a dynamic video player to its desktop version. With the latest development, YouTube on desktops has started supporting square and vertical videos. The new player also dynamically supports ... Read More »