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HBO is teaming up with Scener to give subscribers the ability to watch TV together

People stuck in quarantine who might want to watch Game of Thrones or Watchmen with friends and family have the option to do so using Scener. Scener, an online video chatting tool that allows people to sign in to their Netflix accounts to watch movies and TV shows with friends who also subscribe to the …

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Nvidia’s first Ampere GPU is designed for data centers and AI, not your PC

Nvidia is unveiling its next-generation Ampere GPU architecture today. The first GPU to use Ampere will be Nvidia’s new A100, built for scientific computing, cloud graphics, and data analytics. While there have been plenty of rumors around Nvidia’s Ampere plans for GeForce “RTX 3080” cards, the A100 will primarily be used in data centers. Nvidia’s …

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Something in the Air

Photographs by Sarah Illenberger I n the 1970s, the bogeyman was power lines. Low-frequency electromagnetic fields were emanating from them all the time, and a shocking 1979 study suggested that children who developed cancer lived near power lines “unduly often.” Around the same time, because of Cold War panic about radiation in general, televisions and …

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Xona Space Systems raises $1 million to improve satellite-based navigation services

San Mateo-based startup Xona Space Systems has raised a $1 million “pre-seed” round led by 1517, and including participation from Seraphim Capital, Trucks Venture Capital and Stellar Solutions. The company is focused on developing a Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) satellite service that it believes can supersede Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), providing big benefits …

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Google’s May 2020 Core Update: Winners, Winnerers, Winlosers, and Why It’s All Probably Crap

Posted by Dr-Pete On May 4, Google announced that they were rolling out a new Core Update. By May 7, it appeared that the dust had mostly settled. Here’s an 11-day view from MozCast: We measured relatively high volatility from May 4-6, with a peak of 112.6° on May 5. Note that the 30-day average …

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8 Ways That HubSpot Engaged Its Online Community with Employee-Inspired Content

This post is a part of Made @ HubSpot, an internal thought series through which we extract lessons from experiments conducted by our very own HubSpotters. Consistent content creation is a cornerstone of community growth. To keep your community members returning regularly, they need to see new things each time they return. Think about social …

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How to Protect Your Mental Health When Working Remotely, According to a Psychologist

2020 has brought with it unexpected levels of stress, anxiety, and fear for people across the globe. And the workplace isn’t insulated from the realities of our global situation. Some of my colleagues, for instance, are now working half-days — and essentially becoming elementary or middle school teachers while their children’s schools are closed for …

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How to Automate Your Account-Based Marketing Strategy

In today’s day and age, marketing is all about personalization. It’s about reaching the right people in the right place at the right time. Account-based marketing (ABM) is no different and has been growing in popularity in recent years. In fact, 87% of account-based marketers say ABM initiatives outperform other marketing investments. Plus, one in …

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