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Uhh, Donald Trump is launching a social network called… Truth

In a perfectly aligned joke, rumors emerged about Facebook renaming itself, Donald Trump has launched a new social network named Truth. That’s a bold choice, given how Trump has been accused of making more than his fair share of misleading statements over the years. Trump’s team said the new social network will be a rival “to the liberal media consortium and fight back against ‘Big Tech’ companies of Silicon Valley.” Like we haven’t heard that one before. Okay, well, maybe not from a former US p...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, US, Silicon Valley, Donald Trump, Trump, Plugged, Trump Media This

Here’s Why AdWords Management Services Can Help Grow Your Business

Leveraging Google AdWords can definitely improve your online visibility. Get a Google AdWords consultation to boost your online marketing efforts. The post Here’s Why AdWords Management Services Can Help Grow Your Business appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Google, Startups, Online Marketing, Others, Digital Marketing, Google Adwords, Google Ads

The Financial Mistake Entrepreneurs Should Never Make

As an entrepreneur, there is one financial mistake that you will want to avoid: mixing your professional finances with your personal ones. The post The Financial Mistake Entrepreneurs Should Never Make appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Money Matters, Managing Money, Others, Financial Advice, Personal Finances, Business Finance, Financial Mistake Entrepreneurs Should Never Make

How API Automation Can Help You Increase Your Workflow Efficiency

In the age of digital transformation, automation is no longer an option; it’s a requirement. Look at API automation. The post How API Automation Can Help You Increase Your Workflow Efficiency appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Others, Business Automation, Workflow Efficiency, API automation

Social media’s ‘queer tax’ is exhausting, unfair, and unavoidable

A colleague recently sought my advice on covering a queer-related tech topic and I’m not ashamed to admit I advised them against it. I’m queer. I made the decision to come out in my professional life after a lot of consideration and long discussions with my family. In the time since, I’ve learned that millions of people who’ve never met me hate me. They despise me for existing. They think I should go away, shut up, and stop being who I am. I offend them. That’s not something I experienced before...
Tags: Startups, Science, Opinion, Social Media, Tech, Neural, Next Featured

You can now test a handful of Android apps on Windows 11

One of Windows 11‘s biggest features was omitted from the OS’ initial launch: the ability to run Android apps that you can install right from the Microsoft Store. That highly anticipated feature is finally showing signs of life, albeit in a very limited form. The ‘Windows Subsystem for Android‘ is now rolling out to Windows Insiders on the beta channel, allowing them to downloads apps from the Amazon Appstore, which is embedded into the Microsoft Store. Similar to the Windows Subsystem for Linux...
Tags: Startups, Microsoft, Insider, Amazon Appstore, Plugged

Take Time To Make Time: Things I Wish I’d Known When I Was Thirty

Burnout isn't actually a time issue. It's an energy issue, says Mackey McNeill. She shares some personal tips to avoid burnout. The post Take Time To Make Time: Things I Wish I’d Known When I Was Thirty appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Self Awareness, Burnout, Time Management, Self Improvement, Personal Productivity, Thinking Aloud, Mackey McNeill

Here’s a great deal on cloud storage that really puts your file security first

TLDR: With 4TBs of premium Treasure Cloud Storage space, users get a robust package of storage options, headlined with an armada of prime security features. Most cloud storage shoppers fixate on two key selling points from any provider: the size of the cloud storage space they offer; and the price. Those concerns obviously make sense, but there’s a third headline bullet point that absolutely should not be ignored: security. Too often, cloud providers offer space, but there’s a fairly major quest...
Tags: Startups, Offers

Transfer all your data to your new iPhone 13 with this all-in-one manager

So you have the shiny new iPhone 13 in your hands. Congratulations! The latest iPhone refresh boasts new sizes, new colors, significant camera improvements, the A15 chip, 5G technology, and a ton of other nifty features. It’s an upgrade worth your money, and now that you have it in your possession, the next step is to transfer your data from your old iPhone.  There are multiple options in which you can do this; you can transfer files via the cloud, or you can go the old school route and do it th...
Tags: Startups, Offers

Bitcoin hits new all-time high of over $66K

Bitcoin soared to a new all-time high of over $66,000 on Wednesday, a day after the launch of the first bitcoin-focused exchange-traded fund in the US. The cryptocurrency surged as high as $66,100, according to Coindesk. The coin’s previous record price of $64,889 was set in April, but it plummeted below $30,000 in July. The recent rally has been driven by the trading debut of the ETF on the New York Stock Exchange. The US Securities and Exchange Commission’s approval of the fund has been touted...
Tags: Startups, US, Insider, US Securities and Exchange Commission, Bitcoin Foundation, Brock Pierce, Hard Fork

Top 5 Emerging Outsourcing Trends That Every Business Should Follow

Scale your company through outsourcing. Trevor Michael shares 5 outsourcing trends that every business should follow. The post Top 5 Emerging Outsourcing Trends That Every Business Should Follow appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Outsourcing, Business Advice, Professionalisms, Trevor Michael

Tesla’s making beer now — and that’s dangerous marketing

Over a week ago, at Tesla’s “Giga Fest” event in Berlin, on the site where the company is currently building its German Gigafactory, Elon Musk announced that Tesla is going to make its own… beer.  Echoing the “giga” spirit of the day, the beer is going to be called “Giga Beer” and “Giga Bier” (the German equivalent), and the bottle’s design is inspired by the futuristic lines and angles of the Cybertruck. Here’s what our dear Elon said during the event: We’re going to build a train station that’...
Tags: Startups, Berlin, Insights, Tesla, Shift, Elon, Gigafactory Elon Musk

Hey, space nerd! Here’s what Mars sounds like

We’ve long known what Mars looks like, but the Perseverance rover is finally teaching us how it sounds. The buggy shared the first audio of the Martian surface in February and has gone on to record five hours of the planet’s sounds. NASA this week released an array of audible delights captured by the six-wheeled spacecraft. The sounds of gusting winds, rattling wheels, and whirring motors provide a new perspective on Mars. They also play key a role in Perseverance’s science mission. Perseverance...
Tags: Startups, Nasa, Insider, Neural

Facebook’s reportedly changing its name — and we have some suggestions

Word on the grapevine is that social media nightmare platform Facebook is planning on changing its name. This mighty rebrand, according to The Verge, is happening for one reason: the metaverse. In more real terms, the Zuck wants to position Facebook as more than a social media company. On the information we have, it seems this move is like Google reorganizing under the Alphabet name. That means it’s unlikely the Facebook app itself will receive a name change, instead there’ll be an umbrella busi...
Tags: Google, Startups, Facebook, Zuck, Plugged

This Dutch company proves ebikes can be made locally

What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of the Netherlands? That’s right, weed bikes. But, despite being the country with the most bikes per capita, bikes are not manufactured in the Netherlands. In fact, even the country’s most famous bicycle company VanMoof makes their ebikes in Taiwan. But as consumers are looking to buy locally, and manufacturers are feeling the pain of supply chain woes, one ebike startup is reaping the rewards of their mission to bring bicycle manufac...
Tags: Startups, Taiwan, Netherlands, Bob, Shift, Insider, Vanmoof, Mokumono, Tom Schiller

The Process Of Becoming A Driving Instructor

Being a driving instructor can be a rewarding and flexible career which will provide you an opportunity to be your own boss. The post The Process Of Becoming A Driving Instructor appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Others, Driving Instructor

Did we discover a new force of nature? New results from CERN

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) sparked worldwide excitement in March as particle physicists reported tantalizing evidence for new physics – potentially a new force of nature. Now, our new result, yet to be peer-reviewed, from Cern’s gargantuan particle collider seems to be adding further support to the idea. Our current best theory of particles and forces is known as the standard model, which describes everything we know about the physical stuff that makes up the world around us with unerring a...
Tags: Startups, Science, Cern, Insider, Large Hadron Collider LHC

Here’s how the Pixel 6’s Google Tensor challenges other Android CPUs

The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro we officially revealed today. Alongside them, we got some confirmation about the phone’s fascinating new Google Tensor SoC — and how it’s different from anything else currently out there. There are few key ways Google is differentiating itself. One of the most peculiar, as predicted by leaks, is the arrangement of CPU cores. Some background: Current flagship Android processors like the Exynos 2100 and Snapdragon 888 use three types of cores. The Snapdragon 888, for ex...
Tags: Google, Startups, Plugged, Next Featured, Google Tensor

Trying To Find Your ‘Why’? Maybe You Should Concentrate On Your ‘When’

It’s become a truism in some circles that the road to success and fulfillment involves finding your “why.” Once you’ve found that “why,” the thinking goes, you are on your way to purpose and fulfillment. But perhaps latching onto your “why” actually involves discovering your “when.” The post Trying To Find Your ‘Why’? Maybe You Should Concentrate On Your ‘When’ appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Self Awareness, Mission, Vision, Amy Simmons, Thinking Aloud, Rick Simmons

How the laws of physics could prevent us from ever meeting aliens

Where are the aliens? Italian physicist Enrico Fermi posited the idea that aliens may not exist simply because, if they did, there should be some evidence for them. Fermi wasn’t a troll. You can believe in aliens and also recognize that science requires actionable data. But what if both Fermi’s paradox and the alien enthusiasts are correct? What if we posit a sort of Fermi’s Alien where, like Schrodinger’s Cat, the creature exists in two paradoxical states that are simultaneously true. Fermi’s A...
Tags: Startups, Space, Science, Tech, Fermi, Schrodinger, Enrico Fermi, Neural

The 5 articles you read in AI hell

The devil went down to Silicon Valley; he was looking for a soul to steal. But he ended up taking a consulting gig with Palantir instead. In the meantime, the algorithm’s in charge of punishing the wicked now. And these days the sign above hell’s gates reads “Abandon Open Source,” with an Amazon smile beneath the print. Those condemned to an eternity of pain and suffering in the modern era are now forced to read the same five AI articles over and over. Which kind of sounds like what it’s like to...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, Earth, Artificial Intelligence, Silicon Valley, Insider

Hands-on: The Pixel 6 is here, and Google is finally serious about hardware

It’s no surprise the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are launching today. The company already revealed the phones a few months ago, and today basically serves as a confirmation for the myriad of additional leaks we’ve had so far. Still, it’s nice to see some concrete evidence that Google has finally started to take its phones’ hardware seriously. We’ve had our hands on the new phones for a couple of days now, and while we’re not able to share a full review yet, it’s evident that this is the most excitin...
Tags: Google, Startups, Pixel, Plugged, Next Featured

How To Make Your Office A Pleasant Place To Work

When you are running a modern office, it is very important to make it a place that your employees enjoy working in. The post How To Make Your Office A Pleasant Place To Work appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Office, Workplace Wellness, Others, Office Design

Top Tips For Increasing Brand Awareness

Brand awareness describes how recognisable your brand is to your target audience. It’s a crucial aspect of any business marketing plan as it increases income and affects how others perceive the company. The post Top Tips For Increasing Brand Awareness appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Brand, Branding, Others, Brand Awareness

Mac owners, this bundle can help you keep your digital video library under control

TLDR: With the MacX Media Management Bundle, you’ve got all ability to convert, edit, and transfer video across all your favorite devices easily. Technology is usually our friend. But sometimes, it’s just an incredible pain. Just one area where the advent of new tech has become a double-edged sword is on our favorite streaming platforms. You used to have all your favorite movies available on your bookshelf in easy, convenient DVDs. But with the introduction of even easier, even more convenient s...
Tags: Startups, Offers

How to say ‘no’ to your customers and still provide great service

I’ve worked in customer-facing roles in the retail and hospitality industries, and now I’m a freelance writer. In all three roles, I quickly learned that there are plenty of times when the customer is most decidedly not always right. But even when they’re dead wrong, what do you do? As a service-based business owner, I pride myself on delivering exceptional customer service, and I’ve learned how to create a strong client experience while also standing my ground. Here are my tips for how to walk ...
Tags: Startups, Growth Quarters

NASA’s fancy-pants asteroid missions can save Earth AND reveal its history

Asteroids are remnants of the early Solar System, with the potential to reveal secrets of our planet’s origins. But they could also bring an end to life on Earth. Now two missions, Lucy and DART (Double Asteroid Redirection Test) will provide further insights into both of these features – with DART even attempting to redirect the orbit of a moon around an asteroid. Space rocks are generally considered to be asteroids if they are larger than approximately 1km in size and made of “non-volatile” ma...
Tags: Startups, Space, Dart, Nasa, Lucy, Insider

Tesla and VW are the EV industry’s hottest frenemies

Last Thursday, 200 Volkswagen executives gathered for a conference in Alpbach, Austria, to discuss the electric transform the Group, with special reference to the conversion of the Wolfsburg plant, the company’s headquarters. Well that sounds pretty boring, but trust me, it gets better. There was one special and utterly unexpected guest who joined the meeting from far-off Texas… Elon Musk. Yep, you read that right. In fact it was Volkswagen’s CEO Herbert Diess himself who invited Musk to join th...
Tags: Startups, Texas, Tesla, Vw, Volkswagen, Group, Wolfsburg, Musk, Shift, Herbert Diess, Distract, Alpbach Austria

What’s an ETF? And why is it driving Bitcoin back to record high prices?

The Bitcoin bulls are racing again. A year ago the cryptocurrency was valued at less than US$12,000. Now it has passed the symbolic milestone of US$60,000, nudging the US$63,255 record it reached in mid-April, before its price fell to as low as US$30,000 in July. Bitcoin’s rally over the past month is largely attributed to speculation the US Securities and Exchange Commission is poised to approve an exchange-traded fund, or ETF, based on Bitcoin futures. So what is an ETF, and why does this matt...
Tags: Startups, US, Bitcoin, Insider, US Securities and Exchange Commission, Hard Fork, Bitcoin bulls

The breakout star of Apple’s MacBook Pro event is a $19 cleaning cloth

Who gives a good goddamn about new MacBook Pros or the AirPods 3? I’ll tell you who: losers. Because there was only one product worth our attention launched at Apple‘s October event. And that, friends, is a motherfucking cleaning cloth. Shh, don’t get annoyed. I understand you. I know how you live. And that means you’re currently reading these words on a screen smeared with a thick layer of grime. There’s no need to be ashamed — it’s normal. It’s totally normal. Don’t be ashamed. But in another,...
Tags: Apple, Startups, MacBook Pros, Plugged