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    Jasmin Kennedy

    Jasmin Kennedy writes on all things tech, and she is currently working on a new book that explores women business leaders in the technology industry. She holds a Master of Arts Degree in Journalism from Columbia University in New York City.

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  • Google Tightens Its Voice Assistant Rules Amid Privacy Backlash

    Google Tightens Its Voice Assistant Rules Amid Privacy Backlash0

    Following Apple, Amazon, and others, Google will put in new safeguards against accidental voice assistant collection and transcription. After months of revelations that smart speakers get a very human intelligence boost from contractors who transcribe and review customer audio snippets, the mea culpas are flowing in. At the end of August, Apple issued a rare apology about how it

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  • Meet Numze: Security At Your Fingertips

    Meet Numze: Security At Your Fingertips0

    Hiring security personnel is always top of mind for scores of organizations, and a long-time expert in the industry is making the hiring process a total cinch. Paul Carson, who is a Toronto-based security expert, has just unveiled a new and innovative app that will allow organizations to call on security guards with the touch of a

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  • Sony launches 16-foot 16K Crystal LED TV that costs more than $5 million

    Sony launches 16-foot 16K Crystal LED TV that costs more than $5 million0

    For anyone who has the means and the room, Sony wants to make the term “home theater” more realistic than ever. That seems to be the reasoning behind the electronics giant making the 63-foot 16K resolution Crystal LED display system, which it introduced for business and (actual) theater use in April, available for residential customers. Sony’s Crystal LED

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  • Employer kindness can improve performance and mental health

    Employer kindness can improve performance and mental health0

    If pay raises and reduced hours are not options at the moment for employers, there are other ways to help improve employees’ mental health and performance — including small gestures of kindness. A study from Penn State University, in State College, PA, found that a simple gesture of kindness from employers, in the form of

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