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Why Apple Enterprise Management Is Essential for Remote Worker Security

The remote-work trend was gaining momentum before the pandemic. In fact, Gallup reported in 2012 that 39% of U.S. employees worked from home in some capacity; by 2016, that number

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Quantum Memory Milestone Boosts Quantum Internet Future

An array of cesium atoms just 2.5 centimeters long has demonstrated a record level of storage-and-retrieval efficiency for quantum memory. It’s a pivotal step on the road to eventually building large-scale quantum communication

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European Parliament Votes For Right To Repair

In a landmark move, the European Parliament voted today to support consumers’ Right to Repair. The resolution was adopted with 395 in favor and just 94 against, with 207 abstentions.

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Amazon Web Services outage takes a portion of the internet down with it – TechCrunch

Amazon Web Services is currently having an outage, taking a chunk of the internet down with it. Several AWS services were experiencing problems as of early Wednesday, according to its

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Erling Haaland: The next Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? Don’t bet against the Norweigan

Before Borussia Dortmund’s game on Tuesday against Club Brugge in the Champions League, he had scored 15 goals in 12 appearances so far this season, including a remarkable four-goal haul

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Murray backs compulsory vaccine programme for tennis tournaments

Andy Murray said on Tuesday that tennis players should be required to have a coronavirus vaccination before they are allowed to take part in tournaments. With the 2021 tennis schedule

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Champions League LIVE as Chelsea seal knockout place, Man United score four at Old Trafford, Arsenal urged to re-sign Wilshere, Grealish pleads guilty to careless driving

Follow talkSPORT.com’s live blog for all the latest football news and biggest transfer gossip. Plus, all of Tuesday’s Champions League action with Chelsea and Manchester United both picking up wins.

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Black Goalkeepers and Europe’s Uneven Playing Field

On the surface, Chelsea’s victory against Rennes in the Champions League a few weeks ago was just another of those disposable, check-box exercises that litter the group stages of the

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China has 8 million blind people, but only 200 guide dogs

Yang splits his time between living in Beijing with his wife and running a piano studio in his hometown Tangshan, a sprawling industrial city some 100 miles away. His weekly

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