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iOS 15 adds all the little features that were missing

The release of iOS 15 should be a major event for mobile operating systems. And yet, this year, there’s no breakthrough feature or overarching theme that makes this release stand out. Apple has focused on quality-of-life updates as well as new features for its own apps. The result is a solid update that is not going to be controversial. Some people are going to take advantage of the new Focus feature. They’ll spend a lot of time customizing their phone to make it as personal as possible. Other p...
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How To Read Your Cat’s Body Language

Cats are very expressive and their body language can give you a lot of information about what they’re feeling. Here’s how to read your cat’s body language and get the most out of your furry friend. The cat body language chart pdf is a document that shows the different types of body language cats use. It also includes information on what to expect from your cat. Cats are enigmatic animals. It’s not always simple to tell if your cat is relaxed or agitated, but knowing the subtleties of feline bo...
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How to mute tabs in any web browser to prevent pages from making unwanted noise

Different browsers offer different ways to mute tabs. Georgijevic/Getty Images Every major browser lets you mute tabs, so you won't hear any sound from the website in that tab. To mute a tab, just right-click the tab and select the "Mute" option. Google Chrome only lets you mute entire sites by default - to mute just an individual tab, you'll need an extension. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. If you've been online for long enough, you've probabl...
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NOCD raised $33 million to bring OCD treatment online

Hello,Welcome to Insider Healthcare. I'm Lydia Ramsey Pflanzer, and today in healthcare news:More startup funding news, as we reported exclusively that NOCD has raised $33 million for its approach to online OCD treatment;Verily has a secret plan to disentangle itself from Google's technology as it looks toward the future;Our politics team looked at Congress' vaccine approach, where members of Congress decide whether to enact a mandate for staff. If you're new to this newsletter, ...
Tags: Google, Startups, Congress, Trends, Mental Health, House, Healthcare, North Carolina, Delaware, Verily, Stephen Smith, Sen Richard Burr, Newsletters, Sen Chris Coons, nOCD, COVID


iOS 15 Features: Our Top 10 Picks

iOS 15 is absolutely packed with new features, and it can be overwhelming sorting through everything that's new. If you're wondering whether it's worth upgrading and what new features might be worth getting access to right away, we've rounded up 10 of the best new additions in the ‌iOS 15‌ update that you might not be aware of. 1. Android and Web-Based FaceTime For the first time, FaceTime is expanding to non-Apple device users, and those who are on Android and PCs can join in on a ‌FaceTi...
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Increasing Google’s investment in New York

Google has been fortunate to call New York City home for more than 20 years, during which time we have grown to 12,000 employees. New York’s vitality, creativity and world-class talent are what keep us rooted here. It is why we’re announcing today that we are deepening our commitment to New York and intend to purchase the St. John’s Terminal in Manhattan for $2.1 billion, which will serve as the anchor of our new Hudson Square campus. As Google moves toward a more flexible hybrid approach to wor...
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The 15 best online marketing courses and certificate programs in 2021

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Sites like edX, Coursera, and LinkedIn Learning offer free or affordable online marketing courses and certificate programs. Marco VDM/Getty Images Understanding marketing, social media, and SEO can help you move up in your career or business. Sites like edX, Coursera, and LinkedIn Learning offer free or affordable online marketing courses. Below, we outlined the best online marketing courses and certifi...
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Google is doubling down on returning to the office with a $2.1 billion deal for a building in NYC

A rendering of Google's new office building in New York City. Oxford Properties Google will buy a New York City office building for $2.1 billion, The Wall Street Journal reports. The space, which Google already leases, is part of its Google Hudson Square campus. Google has said it expects employees to return to the office beginning in January 2022. See more stories on Insider's business page. Google is doubling down on returning to the office. The tech giant plans to buy a New Yor...
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DeepMind tells Google it has no idea how to make AI less toxic

Did you know Neural is taking the stage this fall? Together with an amazing line-up of experts, we will explore the future of AI during TNW Conference 2021. Secure your ticket now! Opening the black box. Reducing the massive power consumption it takes to train deep learning models. Unlocking the secret to sentience. These are among the loftiest outstanding problems in artificial intelligence. Whoever has the talent and budget to solve them will be handsomely rewarded with gobs and gobs of money....
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Googlers Protest Removal of Russian App as Bend To Government

Google employees have joined the slew of politicians and activists blasting the internet giant for pulling a voting app from Russia's opposition leader, a move critics say showed the company was caving in to the Kremlin. From a report: Staff members complained over the weekend about the Google's decision in internal forums and on memegen, a messaging board that has served as a breeding ground for protests within the company. Images circulating inside Google, which were viewed by Bloomberg News, ...
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Google is Buying a New York City Office Building for $2.1 Billion

Google is buying a new office building on Manhattan's West Side for $2.1 billion, the most expensive sale of a U.S. office building since the pandemic started. From a report: The tech giant is already leasing a 1.3 million-square-foot building in Hudson Yards, also on the West Side, which it has an option to buy. New York City is the company's second largest office location. The move highlights a long-term push for a return to office work, even as companies across the industry delay their reopen...
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“Hey Google, read with Reese’s Book Club”

As a young girl growing up in Venezuela, I had an insatiable appetite for reading. From fictional novels to computer science manuals, you name it, I would read it. Books allowed me to get lost in other worlds, expand my imagination and ultimately inspire me to dream bigger. These days, you can catch me reading with my two young kids or when I take some quiet “me time” on the weekends.That’s why I’m delighted that Google Assistant has partnered with Reese’s Book Club to offer a hands-free, immers...
Tags: Google, Reese Witherspoon, Venezuela, Book Club, Pixel, Google Play Books, Reese, Google Nest, Lilian Rincon, Google Assistant


How a top Brazilian media portal uses Web Stories

Launched in 1996, Universo Online (UOL) became Brazil’s first major news website, featuring content from the daily edition of Folha de S.Paulo and other popular newspapers and magazines. Since then, parent company Grupo UOL has grown the publication into a leading media destination for Brazilians, expanding its audience reach to more than 109 million unique users. With a focus on news, health, lifestyle, gaming, sports, automotive and technology, UOL is now among the country’s top content produc...
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Apple Releases watchOS 8 With Mindfulness App, Focus Mode, Messages Updates, Find My and Contacts

Apple today released watchOS 8, the newest version of the watchOS operating system designed to run on modern Apple Watch models. watchOS 8 is compatible with the Apple Watch Series 3 and later. ‌‌watchOS ‌8 can be downloaded for free through the dedicated Apple Watch app on the iPhone by going to General > Software Update. To install the new software, the Apple Watch needs to have at least 50 percent battery, it needs to be placed on a charger, and it needs to be in range of the ‌‌‌iPhone‌‌‌....
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The 5 best coolers of 2021

Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Whether you're an occasional picnicker or an itinerant outdoorsperson, a cooler is a must-own item. The best coolers should retain ice for at least 24 hours, have a durable design, and be easy to transport. Our top pick, Yeti's Tundra 75, is durable and has the best ice and temperature retention of any cooler we've tested. Buying a cooler these days can be perplexing. Type "best cooler" into Google and amidst a sea of advertisements, you'll als...
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iPad Mini Reviews: Impressive Upgrade Brings iPad Air Features to Smaller Size

The sixth-generation iPad mini will begin arriving to customers and launch in stores this Friday, September 24, and ahead of time, reviews of the device have now been shared by several tech websites and YouTube channels. We've already rounded up video reviews of the new iPad mini, and we've shared some highlights from additional reviews below. The consensus among reviews is that the new iPad mini is more like an iPad Air mini, as the two devices now share several features, including slimmer ...
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Google apps, meet iOS 15

Get ready to hit update. iOS 15 is here — and with it, many new features to improve your favorite Google apps. Fewer interruptions when you focus If you’re someone who gets non-stop notifications throughout the day, we bet you’ll enjoy the new Focus mode on iOS. Focus mode is really useful when you’re trying to get work done, study or just need a digital break. We’ve updated Google apps to work with Focus mode and make notifications as relevant and timely as possible.For example, if you’re n...
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Facebook adds a battery-powered smart screen to the Portal line

The Portal line has always been a kind of odd duck in the world of smart screens. Facebook’s most significant contribution to the category is almost certainly Smart Camera, which uses AI to track a subject and pan and zoom accordingly to keep them in frame. It was the first big line to bring the clever feature to market, though Google, Amazon and even Apple have since offered their own takes on the category. Portal’s other primary appeal (versus a Nest or Echo) is its integration with Facebook’s...
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No Apple, I don’t need my iPhone to tell me I’m depressed

Tech companies like Apple and Google want to measure your health in multiple ways possible. But they’re running out of physical attributes to gauge such as heart rate, steps taken in a day, and blood oxygen. So the focus might shift to mental health, and that’s a slippery slope. According to documents reviewed by the Wall Street Journal, Apple is working on a set of features to detect depression and cognitive decline using sensors on your iPhone. The company hopes to develop algorithms to detect...
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How to carry your vaccine card on your phone so you can leave it at home

Thierry Monasse/Getty Images Restaurants, music venues, and other businesses are requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination. But toting around an important health document in paper form can be worrisome and inconvenient. Here are a few ways you can carry that proof on your smartphone like you would a boarding pass. See more stories on Insider's business page. We're now at the proof-of-vaccination stage of this 18-month-long pandemic.Restaurants, concert venues, airlines, and other bu...
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PayPal's 'super app' - JPM loses top tech exec - Merrill's pay plans

Welcome to Insider Finance. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.On the agenda today:PayPal is relaunching its "super app," which will pit it against Google Pay and Square.JPMorgan just lost its global head of AI technology.In a leaked recording, Merrill's president said advisors shouldn't expect more pay raises.Let's get started. PayPal is relaunching its "super app" Mike Blake/...
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Bolt's CEO explains how 5-kilometer walking commutes and sleep hygiene help him ace 12-hour workdays

The Estonian entrepreneur has been running the company for eight years. Bolt The CEO of Uber rival Bolt Markus Villig walks a five-kilometer commute every day. The CEOs of Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and Apple also back walking meetings and commutes. Research suggests walking meetings bring people together and that walking supports creativity. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Running a startup is stressful - it can interfere with your health, your family life, and yo...
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10 things in tech you need to know today

COOKFOX Architects Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. ​​Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.Let's get started.1. Google is buying an NYC office building for $2.1 billion. The purchase signals that Google is doubling down on its return to the office, committing to a future where at least some work takes place in person. Get the details on the priciest office-building purc...
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New Pixel 6 Leak Reveals Much Faster Wired Charging Speeds

If the leak is correct, the Pixel 6's new 33-watt wired charging is nearly twice as fast as previous Google phones.
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Google’s spending $2.1 billion for even more New York City real estate

Google's Hudson Square campus adds St. John’s Terminal at 550 Washington St.
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Google to Buy New York City Office Building for $2.1 Billion

The purchase in Manhattan is the priciest in the U.S. since the pandemic began.
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Google to Spend $2.1 Billion on Manhattan Campus Acquisition

Google is planning to buy New York’s St.  John’s Terminal for $2.1 billion, making it the anchor of its Hudson Square campus.
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Googler Marian Croak is now in the Inventors Hall of Fame

Look around you right now and consider everything that was created by an inventor. The computer you’re reading this article on, the internet necessary to load this article, the electricity that powers the screen, even the coffee maker you used this morning. To recognize the incredible contributions of those inventors and the benefits they bring to our everyday life, the National Inventors Hall of Fame has inducted a new group of honorees every year since 1973. In this year’s combined inductee cl...
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Chrome 94 rolling out as first release in the new 4-week update cycle

Google is rolling out Chrome 94 for Mac, Windows, and Linux today with several user-facing enhancements and other fixes...
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Google is updating its iOS apps to take advantage of some features Apple 'borrowed' from Android

We're all eagerly awaiting the release of Android 12, but it's not the only mobile OS update launching this fall. iOS 15 went live for...
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