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Americans Pay the Most for the Worst Internet Service

Do you think you pay a lot for your home internet? You may be paying the most for the worst quality in the world.

Here's How Black Employees at Apple and Amazon Rate Their Job Satisfaction

On average, Black employees rate their job satisfaction lower than their non-Black coworkers, according to new data from Glassdoor. Apple is the notable exception, but there are caveats.

Google Updates Classroom Tools for Remote Learning

New features and tools are rolling out over the next year.

This Theoretical Physicist Boldly Goes Where Few Black Women Have Gone Before

In her new book, Harvard-educated Professor Chanda Prescod-Weinstein shares her vision of the cosmos and breaks down the sexism and racism inherent in science.

NASA's Mars Perseverance Rover Is Landing Today. Here's How to Watch and What's on Board.

After a seven-month journey, NASA's Perseverance rover arrives at Mars on Feb. 18. Here's how to watch it navigate 'seven minutes of terror,' and how it will use its payload to search for signs of ancient life on the Red Planet.

Thieves Used Instagram to Plan Multiple Celebrity Home Burglaries

Geolocation data helped the thieves know when apartments were empty.

Mastercard Will Let Us Pay With Cryptocurrency This Year

Payments will only be allowed using a few approved cryptocurrencies based on their consumer protections, stability and regulations compliance.

TikTok's Oracle-Walmart Sale Shelved 'Indefinitely'

The Biden administration is conducting its own review into potential security risks from Chinese tech firms.

Report: Amazon Is Developing an Alexa Smart Home Command Center

Lab126 is currently working on the device which has a large display and attaches to your wall.

Robinhood's Super Bowl Ad Probably Won't Do Much to Win Over Critics

Don't expect an apology from the commercial, which contains a lot of flowery and positive language, without acknowledging Robinhood's controversial decision to temporarily stop GameStop stock buys.

Transfer Your Google Play Music Library Before Google Deletes It

Customers have until Feb. 24, 2021, to make the move to YouTube Music.

'Wallstreetbets' Reddit Forum Faces Infighting, Hostile Takeover Accusations

Active moderators on r/wallstreetbets say they've been banned by old moderators who've returned to the forum after extended absences, reportedly to cash in on the subreddit's growing popularity.

Instagram Is Developing a TikTok-Style 'Vertical Stories' Feed

For now, it's just an 'early prototype and is not currently testing on Instagram.'

Flagging Productivity at Work? These 5 Simple Tricks Can Help You Get Your Mojo Back.

Distractions, procrastination, and fatigue can drag us down. Here are some easy strategies to try when you need a boost, including one that restores balance between work and personal time.