Yeyian Akil Series 3500 Review (Page 1 of 3)

Lately, I have been thinking about going on vacation. With trips being planned, the stress of packing is becoming ever so real. Having a suitcase where you can pack in a dense manner has been something I have been seeking as I do plan on bringing back many gifts with me. Of course, I would also need to pack clothes to last the entire trip, so the difficulty arises in balancing my personal needs and what I want to bring back. When it comes to...

Changes to Google's employee appraisal system stir layoff fears

From ComputerWorld: After several major technology companies announced layoffs due to macroeconomic headwinds in the last few months, Google is now under the spotlight as news reports this week predict that the company will cut at least 10,000 jobs.

The forecasts are based on a report from the...

Foxconn Offers Workers $1,400 to Stop Violent Protests and Go Home

From PC Mag: Foxconn decided the easiest way to end the violent protests at the world's largest iPhone factory is to offer disgruntled workers money to leave.

As Bloomberg reports(Opens in a new window), the protests earlier this week were spearheaded by new hires at the company. Foxconn had...

LinkedIn’s new feature lets you schedule posts for later

From TechCrunch: LinkedIn is rolling out a new feature that allows users to schedule posts to send at a later time.

The Microsoft-owned social network has seemingly been testing the new feature internally for several months already, according to at least one online report back in August from web...

Mercedes locks faster acceleration behind a $1,200 annual paywall

From The Verge: Mercedes is the latest manufacturer to lock auto features behind a subscription fee, with an upcoming “Acceleration Increase” add-on that lets drivers pay to access motor performance their vehicle is already capable of.

The $1,200 yearly subscription improves performance by...

Violent Protests Erupt at Foxconn iPhone Factory in China

From CNET: Employees at Apple's biggest iPhone plant in China clashed with police and security personnel in a protest that began Tuesday night and lasted into Wednesday. Mounting tensions over restrictions intended to suppress a COVID-19 outbreak led to unrest at the campus in Zhengzou. 

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LG’s new 240Hz OLED gaming monitor is the cheapest yet

From PC World: The floodgates seem to be opening for OLED monitors, with Dell, Asus, and of course, LG all releasing multiple models. Unfortunately they’re all rather on the pricey side — LG in particular can chop a grand off its price tags and still be unaffordable for most consumers. The latest LG...

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