Would You Take Less Money To Work From Home? Over 60% Say Yes!

October 7, 2021

Would you take less money to work from home? Three in 5 workers (61%) said they were willing to take a pay cut to maintain their remote working status, according to a survey of 3,500 adult Americans by Goodhire. According to the survey, 68% of Americans would choose remote working options over in-office work. 85% […]

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Twitch Confirms Data Has Been Hacked

October 7, 2021

Twitch, the popular game streaming service, has confirmed that they have suffered what seems to be a major data breach. This game streaming service owned by Amazon has more than 7 million creators streaming every month. Twitch took to Twitter to share the news: We can confirm a breach has taken place. Our teams are […]

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Hulu Subscribers: Free Uber Eats Pass For 6 Months

October 1, 2021

If you are a current (or would like to be) subscriber of Hulu, then you are eligible to receive Uber Eats Pass free for 6 months! From now until January 1, 2022, you can get access to 6 free months of Uber Eats Pass, but you must sign up through Hulu. This deal saves you […]

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TikTok Reaches 1 Billion Active Users, Facebook Still King of Social Media

September 28, 2021

Is TikTok the King of All Social Media? Well No! Facebook is still number 1, with 2.9 billion monthly active users across the globe as of June 2021. But TikTok, founded in 2016 has more than one billion people around the world now. The popular video streaming and social media platform’s growth has been explosive. […]

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Devious Licks Is A TikTok Challenge, Local High Schools Calls It Vandalism

September 24, 2021

Have you hear of the TikTok challenge “Devious Licks”? Greece Central School District has one word for the new challenge………. vandalism. The district says they first started seeing damage in some bathrooms last week.  They initially had to close some bathrooms to fix toilets and sinks but this week, the school has a new system. Greece […]

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COVID Vaccination Cards Heading To Smart Phones Soon

September 24, 2021

Don’t have your COVID vaccination cards on you? Well, it’s coming to smarts phones soon. Apple’s Wallet app would be able to carry your COVID vaccination cards. Demonstrating proof of vaccination through their iPhones and Apple Watches. The vaccination cards could be used by businesses or venues as a form of verification, similar to how you […]

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Michael Jordan To Increase Investment In Sports Gambling Data Company

September 21, 2021

Sports Icon Michael Jordan will serve as a special adviser and increase his investment in Sportradar Group AG. The sports gambling data company based in Switzerland went public last week. The initial public offer route after abandoning plans for a merger with a special purpose acquisition company earlier this year. The company did not provide details regarding […]

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Epic Games Vs Apple in Lawsuit: What The Ruling Means For iPhone Users

September 12, 2021

On Friday, a federal judge issued a long-awaited ruling in Fortnite maker Epic Games’ legal battle with Apple over its App Store policies. Apple did land some small wins, but neither got what it wanted. U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers said Apple is breaking the law by forcing people to pay for apps and […]

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Fortnite Launching New Experience With Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” Speech

August 29, 2021

Imagine Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech on Fortnite! I know not something I would ever think would happen, but it happening! The popular video game is launching a new experience calling the event “March Through Time”. Players will be able to embark on an “immersive journey” back to 1963 to witness King’s […]

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Back To School Spending To Cost $60 More This Year

July 30, 2021

The National Retail Federation predicts families will spend, on average, nearly $60 more on back-to-school shopping this year compared to last year. The demand for supplies, and inflation are affecting prices on everything from clothes to tech. Experts say it’s too early to tell whether there will be shortages of school supplies. They should have a better […]

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