?How to add Linux to your Chromebook

It’s long been possible to run Linux on a Chromebook. That’s no surprise. After all, Chrome OS is a Linux variant. But, doing it by using either Crouton in a chroot container or Gallium OS, a Xubuntu Chromebook-specific Linux variant, wasn’t easy. Then, Google announced it was bringing a completely integrated Linux desktop to the […]

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Amazon hands goodwill to eBay with move to shut Australians out of overseas sites

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian home entertainment installer Paul Boon has relied for years on Amazon.com Inc’s (AMZN.O) U.S. website for cheap wall racks and other parts to keep his costs down. FILE PHOTO: A web page featuring Amazon’s Australian URL is pictured in this photo illustration April 20, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed/Illustration/File Photo But Amazon’s recent […]

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Trump Blames Russian Probe at Helsinki Summit Causing His Leadership to Be Questioned. Don't Repeat This Mistake at Your Company

No matter where you stand on Trump’s political agenda, yesterday’s events show clear errors in leadership. These errors include supporting the Russian president’s word over that of the USA intelligence agencies and disregarding public concerns surrounding the Russian interference in the 2016 US election.  While the nature of being a leader means you can’t always please everyone, the […]

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My Fellow Americans: We're Really Bad at Vacations. Here's How to Fix It

And even if we do set aside the time and actually get away, a new survey says we’re just as likely to spend a significant amount of time glued to our phones, and checking tabs on our jobs back at home. I can’t really blame us. We have one of the lowest rates of unemployment […]

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Chinese discounter Pinduoduo aims for up to $1.63 billion in U.S. IPO

(Reuters) – Chinese online group discounter Pinduoduo plans to raise up to $1.63 billion from a U.S. listing, its latest filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange showed, in what would be the second-biggest U.S. float by a Chinese firm this year. Pinduoduo plans to sell about 85.6 million American Depositary Shares in an initial […]

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Forget Elon Musk. Read About These Surprising Heroes of the Thai Cave Rescue Everybody Else Forgot

If you’ve ever contributed to a team but didn’t get any recognition, I’ve got a story for you. Even just figuring out their part in this story requires some guesswork. Finding them by name would probably be impossible. They’re probably just fine with never having their story told. But their story is worth telling. The […]

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Can Blockchain Eliminate The Myth Of The Starving Artist?

How can artists get paid for the value they bring to society? It is an age-old, vexing question, one that artist and entrepreneur Beatriz Helena Ramos hopes to reinvigorate through Dada, the visual conversation platform she launched in 2014 with fellow artist-technologists Yehudit Mam and Abraham Milano. Dada is a cross between a marketplace, an art […]

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Tesla May Be Seeing Limited Demand For Its Current Production

Two weeks ago, Tesla changed its policy on allocating Model 3 sales to reservation holders. Instead of inviting reservation holders to configure their cars and place a firm order based on their position in the reservation queue, Tesla (TSLA) opened the “Model 3 design studio” to all reservation holders in the USA and Canada. I […]

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Elon Musk's Flint Water Plan Misses the Point

Wednesday afternoon, on the heels of his belated effort to rescue a youth soccer team from a Thai cave with a tiny submarine, Elon Musk promised to fix another seemingly intractable problem. “Please consider this a commitment that I will fund fixing the water in any house in Flint that has water contamination above FDA […]

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Medicare May Soon Pay Doctors For Diagnosis Via Text Message

Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Shutterstock Medicare may soon pay physicians for evaluating patient illness and ailments via text and other digital means, the Trump administration announced Thursday. In an effort to reduce paperwork and “increase the amount of time that doctors and other clinicians spend with their patients,” the Centers […]

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