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Daily Archives: September 7, 2021

Twitter is testing big ol’ full-width photos and videos

Twitter is exploring ways to build a more visually immersive experience with its latest test, which brings edge-to-edge tweets to the app on iOS. Full-width images and videos track for the direction the company has shown some interest in going lately. Twitter introduced bigger images with improved cropping controls for …

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AI as a service to solve your business problems? Guess again

Ralf Haller Contributor Share on Twitter Ralf Haller is the executive vice president of sales and marketing at NNAISENSE. SaaS, PaaS – and now AIaaS: Entrepreneurial, forward-thinking companies will attempt to provide customers of all types with artificial intelligence-powered plug-and-play solutions for myriad business problems. Industries of all types are …

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Meet retail’s new sustainability strategy: Personalization

Sindhya Valloppillil Contributor Share on Twitter Sindhya Valloppillil is the founder and CEO of Skin Dossier, a venture partner at Next Gen Ventures, a freelance writer and formerly a beauty industry executive and marketing professor. More posts by this contributor It may not be as glamorous as D2C, but beauty …

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Best desktop PC for 2021

We choose the best options for tower PCs, all-in-ones and desktop Macs that you can buy right now. Even though laptops and tablets make up roughly 80% of the PC market, one out of every five computers sold is a good old-fashioned desktop. And why not? If you already spend your day tethered to a …

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Best gaming chair for 2021

We tried gaming chairs from DXRacer, Secretlab and others to help you find the size and style that’s right for you. Back-to-school season is upon us and what would make a better gift for working and unwinding than a gaming chair. Not only will it give you a throne for …

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The big list of Labor Day coupons

From fashion to mattresses to electronics, get all your Labor Day savings here. Too busy to get to a shopping mall? No worries, the mall can come to you, courtesy of CNET’s Coupon team. With shortages expected to continue into next year, many experts are recommending consumers do their holiday …

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Speech recognition works for kids, and it’s about time

Margery Mayer Contributor Margery Mayer served for 25 years as president of education at Scholastic. Speech recognition technology is finally working for kids. That wasn’t the case back in 1999, when my colleagues at Scholastic Education and I launched a reading intervention program called READ 180. We’d hoped to incorporate …

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The next Theranos should be shortable

Matthew Wansley Contributor Matthew Wansley is assistant professor of Law at Cardozo School of Law in New York. A jury will soon decide whether former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes is guilty of a federal crime. But the deeper public policy questions that Theranos raised remain unanswered. How did a startup …

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