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All NASA employees asked to work from home: Report

Recently it was confirmed by media reports that all NASA employees and a number of Air Force personnel have been asked to work from home on Friday. The reason behind this was to test remote work technologies in case employees would need to work from home for an extended period due to coronavirus. A former NASA employee called it a chance to "stress test the system" and make sure the technology can handle the load in case an outbreak forces large numbers of people to work from home. Src: https://politi.co/2PRad2u

Do you stand with @NASA

I stand with @NASA

4 votes

I don’t

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Apple to let apps send ads in push notifications

Apple has banned the apps from using notifications for advertising, promotions, or direct marketing purposes for really long but now it has been changed. Apple will now allow push notifications to be used for advertising, as long as users have agreed to receive the ads first. Apple also said it will more heavily scrutinize fortune-telling and dating apps and will reject them if they do not “provide a unique, high-quality experience.” Src: https://bit.ly/2VMpKEx

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I stand with @Apple

1 votes

I don’t

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WhatsApp to get its long-awaited feature ‘dark mode’ for iOS, and Android

Recently the instant messaging service, WhatsApp has confirmed of rolling out a new feature ‘Dark Mode’ for its iOS and Android phones. This Facebook-owned company had announced it via a blog post said that the feature will be made available for all in phases. Currently, WhatsApp for iOS has received the feature and Android users will eventually get the same. Are you excited about the feature? Let us know which are the features you think WhatsApp should integrate in near future? Src: https://bit.ly/2VGR8Un

Do you stand with @Whatsapp

I stand with @Whatsapp

7 votes

I don’t

1 votes

Mercedes-Benz announced to go carbon neutral by 2039

Recently Mercedes-Benz has claimed that its cars will go carbon neutral by the year 2039. In easier words, Carbon Neutral cars will run over fuel which will neither contribute to nor reduce the amount of carbon into the atmosphere. At Consumer Electric Show (CES 2020) held in Nevada in the USA, Chairman of the company said that they are stepping forward to reduce the CO2 emission. Src: https://bit.ly/2QuRAC8

Do you stand with @MercedesBenz

I stand with @MercedesBenz

15 votes

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12 votes