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A design company created test sites full of super-annoying issues, such as slow load times, auto-play music, and pop-ups, then measured how much each increased people's blood pressure.
Beyond tracking your viewing habits, purchases, and even location, companies are gathering all the stats they legally can, right down to your height, weight, hobbies, and pets.
Amazon's annual shopping spree is taking specific aim at Black Friday this year. And Prime members plan to buy tech products to get well ahead of seasonal shopping obligations and snatch up early holiday deals.
But not all Fortune 100 companies are donating, nor is the money consistent with company coffers. In fact, a few tech billionaires have donated more than some companies.
Arguably no company better exemplifies the change to work life in the ongoing pandemic than Zoom Video Communications, which saw its revenue skyrocket.
There's about 10 million new or continuing WFH Americans who are trying to function with internet problems or horrible cellular signals. Thankfully, 50 percent of them are regularly disinfecting their phones.
People liked working from home even before the advent of the COVID-19 coronavirus disease. It's hard to picture that changing, as more and more people get a taste for telecommuting in the coming weeks.
A decade ago, Netflix Originals didn't exist. Now they make up for the fact that there are almost 1,500 fewer TV shows and movies on the service than there were in 2010.
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