Day: February 15, 2021

Brazilian ICT market predicted to grow 7% in 2021

Security, 5G, artificial intelligence and public cloud are among the main areas of focus, according to analyst IDC …read more Source:: ZDNet

PSG vs. Barcelona: Start time, how to watch the Champions League online in the US, UK and Australia – CNET

Everything you need to know about this fantastic Champions League match-up. …read more Source:: CNet

24 of the best documentaries to stream on Netflix – CNET

There’s a lot of great documentaries on Netflix, here’s where you should start. …read more Source:: CNet

Netflix’s Cecil Hotel is a bloated, irresponsible mess – CNET

Commentary: It’s not just bad. It’s dull and confusing. …read more Source:: CNet

The Chevy Bolt EV is newish for 2022 – Roadshow

This battery-powered hatchback is fundamentally the same as before, but it gains an updated front end and a dramatically nicer interior for the latest model year. …read more Source:: CNet

Best Story Wins

Morgan Housel, on the art and power of storytelling: C. R. Hallpike is a respected anthropologist who once wrote a review of a young author’s recent book on the history of humans. It states: “It would be fair to say that whenever his facts are broadly correct they are not new, and whenever he tries…

Cybercrooks Rake in $304M in Romance Scams

The number of people being targeted by fake relationship-seekers has spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Microsoft reportedly testing xCloud game service for the web – CNET

The feature will allow Xbox owners to access games through a web browser, The Verge reports. …read more Source:: CNet

India Lifts Restrictions on Mapping and Surveying To Help Local Firms

India said on Monday local firms will no longer need a license or other permission to collect, generate, store and share geospatial data of the country, bringing sweeping changes to its earlier stance that it admitted hindered innovation. From a report: Until now, New Delhi required Indian firms to seek licenses and additional approvals to…

The Secret, Essential Geography of the Office

A workplace has its own informal cardinal directions: elevatorward, kitchenward, bathroomward. It’s a map we share. From an essay: I love visiting offices, listening to their hum. Literally: I sometimes went to a giant financial firm where they traded different kinds of securities on different floors, and if it was a big day in bonds…