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  1. One year into pandemic, sky begins to clear over U.S. economy SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Despite the U.S. economy’s near miss with a depression last year and an ongoing coronavirus pandemic that has brought travel to a virtual halt, Jeff Hurst, the chief executive of vacation rental firm VRBO, sees a boom on the horizon. People walk past a shuttered restaurant amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., February 9, 2021. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri “Every house is going to be taken this summe
  2. Masks mess with our brain's ability to recognize faces, but research suggests there is a silver lining Pandemic masks 'like the biggest experiment in face perception that was ever done': cognitive neuroscientist Having trouble recognizing people in a mask? It’s not just you, research shows that even after months of pandemic mask-wearing, they still mess up the brain’s ability to identify faces. But the good news is, it might be making some people seem more attractive. 5:37 Nearly a year into the pandemic, remembering to grab your mask before walking out the d
  3. Pandemic caused worst year for US economy since 1946 The US economy saw its worst contraction in growth since 1946 as the Covid-19 pandemic forced businesses to close or modify operations nationwide and led to mass layoffs / © AFP/File The United States saw its sharpest contraction in growth since 1946 as the coronavirus pandemic hammered the economy last year, but while the country may be set for a recovery, it hasn't arrived yet. The world's largest economy shrunk by 3.5 percent in 2020, the Commerce Depa
  4. Dare we say... telco fiddled while roam burned? Vodafone was today left counting the cost of reduced international travel among its customer base due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The group's revenue fell 2.3 per cent to €21.43bn in the six months ending to September 30, which the telco attributed [PDF] to a steep decline in roaming charges. Lower handset sales were also partially blamed. This periodic slump was most keenly observable during the start of the recorded period - when lockdown was in full swing - and largely tracked European flight volu
  5. If you’re one of the many people who tried to get an Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5 earlier this week, you probably have some strong words for Microsoft, Sony, and every major retailer in your region right now. There’s no two ways about it: these launches have been disasters from the perspective of the consumer, and at this point, it seems likely that PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S are going to have stock issues for some time to come. Obviously, we’d expect new consoles to be popular, fast-selling items regardless of when they launch, but the pandemic we’re current
  6. Zscaler says attacks involving the use of SSL/TLS encryption jumped 260% in the first nine months of 2020 compared to the same period last year. The fact that attackers hide malware inside encrypted traffic is not news any longer. What might be surprising, however, is just how much the practice has recently spiked due in part to the shift to remote work in the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers from Zscaler analyzed attack data gathered from customers of the company's cloud security platform between January and September this year. The security vendor discovered
  7. The researchers used NLP to analyze discussions on a range of subreddits The first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic increased discussions about anxiety and suicide on Reddit, according to a new AI study by MIT and Harvard University researchers. The team analyzed conversations on 15 subreddits focused on mental health issues, along with 11-non-mental health forums, such as r/PersonalFinance. They first used natural language processing algorithms to find negative semantic changes in posts from 826,961 different users. Next, they applied unsupervised
  8. (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp said on Thursday it could cut its global workforce by about 15%, including deep white-collar staff reductions in the United States, as the COVID-19 pandemic batters energy demand and prices. FILE PHOTO: A view of the Exxonmobil Baton Rouge Chemical Plant in Baton Rouge, Louisiana Exxon and other oil producers have been slashing costs due to a collapse in oil demand and ill-timed bets on new projects. The top U.S. oil company earlier outlined more than $10 billion in budget cuts this year. “The impact of COVID-19 on the dem
  9. One-third of Canadians experienced a phishing scheme — a mode of cyberattack — during the COVID-19 pandemic, and a good portion of those people say the scam had to do with the pandemic itself. According to a new report from Statistics Canada, 34 per cent of Canadians dealt with a phishing scam, a sort of cybercrime that seeks to obtain confidential information such as usernames, passwords and credit card information. For many, though, the attack was very specific: Some people reported the scheme was framed in terms of getting COVID-19 test results; s
  10. hi, why no one is talking about microsoft teams in this forum in this age of pandemic. its ok if it does not have premium 1TB file storage. zoom is also such application. thanks.
  11. Not the time to focus on a word — WHO tries to calm talk of pandemic, says the word “does not fit the facts” Meanwhile, US coronavirus cases hit 53 as more cruise passengers test positive. Enlarge / World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus gives a press conference on the situation regarding the COVID-19 at Geneva's WHO headquarters on February 24, 2020. Getty | Fabrice Coffrini As outbreaks of the new coronavirus flare up in several countries beyond China, experts at the World Health
  12. https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6 this is updated with all the known cases of this... it gets scarier every day...
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