The Future of Work is Hybrid Workplace

Prior to the pandemic, remote work was a fringe concept in the American workplaces.  While it existed, relatively few people were in a position to work from home.  Yet when COVID-19 reached the US, lockdowns pushed 95% of office workers…

Facebook and Twitter Fined in Russia Over Not Deleting Content

Russia’s crackdown of tech companies continues, as a Russian court has fined Facebook and Twitter for not deleting content the government deems illegal.

New York to Ban All Sales of New Gasoline Vehicles by 2035

New York is joining California in plans to ban the sale of new gasoline vehicles by 2035.

PSA: Google Updates Chrome to Fix Serious Security Issues

Google has issued another update to Chrome in an effort address security issues.

Google Launches New Chrome Version

Google is launching the latest stable release of its Chrome Browser for Windows. This version comes with the heavily requested extensions and bookmark sync features.

Canada Gets its New Yahoo Home Page

Yahoo has announced the launch of a new homepage for its Canadian users (an effort the company says will bring together the "best of the web with the best of Yahoo”). The home page lets users add apps, much like the current US version.

HP Launches Music Service In Europe

Hewlett-Packard said today it is launching a subscription-based music service in Europe in partnership with Omnifone.

The service called MusicStation will be pre-loaded on 16 HP models across 10 European countries. The service will provide access to songs from all four major music labels and independent labels.

Brin, Page To Sell 10 Million Shares Of Google Stock

Sergey Brin and Larry Page are going to become much closer to their financial advisors over the next five years.  Google disclosed in a regulatory filing late last week that the cofounders each intend to sell about 5 million shares of the company’s stock during that period of time.

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