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For better paying jobs and career potential, digital skills are key

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A lot of attention is paid to the growing need for engineering jobs and STEM degrees, but even simple digital skills can make a big difference. Knowing how to do things like tackle an online spreadsheet or word processing document can open career doors and salary potential in today’s technology-driven age – even for workers without a college degree.

The Apple Watch Series 3 is here, has cellular connectivity, and is kinda boring

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The big event Tuesday is giving us many Apple reveals: some large, some not so much. Falling squarely in the middle comes the Apple Watch Series 3. Apple Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams proudly showed off the new smartwatch and its many features on stage at the Steve Jobs Theater during the big annual Apple event.

As rumored, the watch has cellular connectivity. Which means, yes, you can get all Dick Tracy on the thing and make phone calls with it — no paired iPhone required. You can…

Apple’s big iPhone 8 event will have much more than just new iPhones

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Apple’s next iPhones are almost here.

We’re just days away from what will be Apple’s most anticipated reveal in recent memory. On Tuesday morning, CEO Tim Cook will take the stage at the company’s Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino and show off three new iPhones.

Master the art of adulting with this cordless, bagless vacuum

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Hello, friends. We’re here today with an important lesson in adulting. It might sound a little nuts, but: you need to own a vacuum cleaner. What, you say? But, I’m still young! I say things like “woke” and “bae” and own a fidget spinner.

Laurene Powell Jobs’ ad slams Trump on DACA with the words of Ronald Reagan

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A political advocacy group is going after Donald Trump and his decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program on the president’s favorite medium: TV.

The California-based Emerson Collective, founded by Laurene Powell Jobs, whose husband was the late Steve Jobs, has purchased ads set to run starting Wednesday, according to Recode.

One of the 30-second ads was released on the group’s Vimeo…

Laurene Powell Jobs’ ad slams Trump on DACA with the words of Ronald Reagan

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A political advocacy group is going after Donald Trump and his decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program on the president’s favorite medium: TV.

The California-based Emerson Collective, founded by Laurene Powell Jobs, whose husband was the late Steve Jobs, has purchased ads set to run starting Wednesday, according to Recode.

One of the 30-second ads was released on the group’s Vimeo…

Criticizing Google may have cost these scholars their jobs, but they’re only getting started

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You have to be a little flattered when a company as powerful as Google feels the need to go after you.

“I think of it as a great compliment,” said Matthew Stoller, a fellow with Citizens Against Monopoly, a newly launched nonprofit organization. “What Google did is a reflection of their intellectual beliefs and their strength. You don’t suppress information if you’re winning the debate.”

Citizens Against Monopoly is new…

The state of salaries in 2017: Tech is still at the top

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If you want to make money, major in computer science.

How to go from office drone to digital entrepreneur—ASAP

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If your 9-to-5 life makes you want to dial 911 24/7, it may be time to consider other options. Not another job working tirelessly for someone who makes 20x more than you—but striking out on your own with a successful business in a thriving field. Right now, you could be building your own digital marketing agency, setting up an e-commerce store, and generally living like an entrepreneur.

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A single Donald Trump tweet just lost Amazon $6 billion in value

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Donald Trump knocked $6 billion off of Amazon before most of the country was awake.

In a tweet sent at 6:12 a.m. EST, Trump claimed Amazon was “doing great damage to tax paying retailers,” resulting in the loss of jobs.

Amazon is doing great damage to tax paying retailers. Towns, cities and states throughout the U.S. are being hurt – many jobs being lost!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 16, 2017