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Women's March

Thousands took part in the demonstration in London on the anniversary of the Women's March.

Strampler zum Mieten – was kommt noch?

Vor dem Modell „Borgen statt Kaufen“ ist kaum ein Alltagsgut sicher – das belegt der Erfolg der Miet-Babybodies. Es gibt allerdings auch Gegenstände, die an die Grenzen der Sharing Economy stoßen.
2018-01-23

Wo es 2018 die besten Gehälter gibt

Fachkräfte sind in Deutschland so knapp und gefragt wie lange nicht. Doch nicht überall wird die Arbeit gleichermaßen gut bezahlt. Unsere Übersicht zeigt, wo und in welchen Branchen es sich besonders einzusteigen lohnt.
2018-01-23

1,5 Millionen Kilometer Stau auf Deutschlands Straßen

Autofahrer stecken immer öfter und länger im Verkehr fest. Der deutschen Volkswirtschaft entsteht so ein Schaden in Milliardenhöhe. Besserung ist kurzfristig nicht in Sicht. Der Sanierungsstau im Straßenbau ist enorm.
2018-01-23

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2018, l'année Clemenceau : l'homme qui voulait faire la paix

Le président Emmanuel Macron a décidé de faire de l'année 2018 "l'année Clemenceau". Figure à la fois controversée et encensée de l'histoire politique française, pourquoi "le Tigre" est-il honoré cent ans après la fin de la Première Guerre mondiale?
2018-01-21

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Strampler zum Mieten – was kommt noch?

Vor dem Modell „Borgen statt Kaufen“ ist kaum ein Alltagsgut sicher – das belegt der Erfolg der Miet-Babybodies. Es gibt allerdings auch Gegenstände, die an die Grenzen der Sharing Economy stoßen.
2018-01-23

Jeff Bezos erhält den Axel Springer Award 2018

Nach Mark Zuckerberg und Sir Tim Berners-Lee wird nun Amazon-Gründer Jeff Bezos mit dem Axel Springer Award ausgezeichnet. Mathias Döpfner würdigt Ideenreichtum, Weitsicht und Leidenschaft des 54-Jährigen.
2018-01-23

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Surfen Sie mit der richtigen Internetgeschwindigkeit?

Im Angesicht von HD-Streaming oder Online-Gaming wird auch die Internetgeschwindigkeit immer wichtiger. Doch viele Anschlüsse sind unzuverlässig. Beim Verbraucher kommt oft weniger an als angepriesen.

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Facebook won’t retreat from Stories as it adds desktop posting

 Facebook Stories might feel redundant because 300 million people use its other Snapchat clones on Instagram and WhatsApp. But Facebook is convinced that the narrative, ephemeral, camera-first format is the future of sharing… and advertising. So Facebook is doubling down on Stories by testing the ability to create them from desktop, and a much more prominent placement for viewing. Read More
2018-01-18

Rupert Murdoch wants Facebook to pay for the news

 Rupert Murdoch, the executive chairman of News Corporation, today issued a statement calling for Facebook and Google to subsidize the news traveling through their platforms. In the statement, Murdoch calls on Facebook to pay a carriage fee, as cable companies do with pay TV, to trusted publishers that are posting their content on the social media platform. Read More
2018-01-22

WhatsApp officially launches its app for businesses in select markets

 WhatsApp today officially launched its new WhatsApp Business app in select markets, including Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the U.K. and the U.S., ahead of its planned worldwide rollout. The addition of business profiles and new messaging tools aimed at business customers is part of the company’s broader plan to generate revenue by charging larger enterprises for advanced tools to… Read More
2018-01-18

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Facebook and Twitter face a short deadline on Russian bot #ReleaseTheMemo reports for Congress

 Two leading Democrats in Congress are calling for new disclosures from Facebook and Twitter about Russian disinformation campaigns on their platforms. In a letter, Rep. Adam Schiff and Sen. Dianne Feinstein, minority leads on the House Intel and Senate Judiciary committees respectively, called for the two tech companies to release any information that have about Russian ties to the recent… Read More
2018-01-24

No, Mark Zuckerberg didn’t buy a giant yacht

 Though searching through Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page last year might have led you to think he spends all his free time cozying up to a plate of grits with random families in Louisiana, it turns out he enjoyed a lot of billionaire simple pleasures in 2017, as well. Namely, the Facebook CEO bought a $150 million ultra-luxury super yacht in Monaco this past September. Read More
2018-01-18

Facebook’s latest News Feed update will prioritize trustworthy publishers

 Facebook is gearing up to prioritize news content by publishers a group of Facebook users have deemed trustworthy. Facebook head of News Feed Adam Mosseri said the company surveyed “a diverse and representative sample” of U.S.-based people about their familiarity and trust in various sources of news. That data, Mosseri said, will serve to inform News Feed rankings. Read More
2018-01-19

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Facebook and Twitter face a short deadline on Russian bot #ReleaseTheMemo reports for Congress

 Two leading Democrats in Congress are calling for new disclosures from Facebook and Twitter about Russian disinformation campaigns on their platforms. In a letter, Rep. Adam Schiff and Sen. Dianne Feinstein, minority leads on the House Intel and Senate Judiciary committees respectively, called for the two tech companies to release any information that have about Russian ties to the recent… Read More
2018-01-24

AltspaceVR CEO joins Facebook months after selling his startup to Microsoft

 After selling his social virtual reality startup to Microsoft in October, Eric Romo, the co-founder of AltspaceVR, is joining the competing social VR team at Facebook as its product director, where he will be “exploring how VR can help communities connect.” Romo is joining the team that has built Facebook Spaces, a social virtual reality app for chatting and collaborating. Read More
2018-01-22

Here’s how Vine replacement v2 will work

 First, don’t call it “Vine Two”. Details are starting to emerge about v2, the forthcoming video app built to replace Vine by its former co-founder Dom Hofmann. TechCrunch has learned that v2 has begun reaching out to former Viners and social media star managers in hopes of establishing ties with some top content creators to get feedback and fuel the app’s eventual… Read More
2018-01-23

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