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Social media urged to take ‘moment to reflect’ after girl’s death

 Social media was partially blamed for the suicide of Molly Russell by her father Ian. The children’s commissioner for England has accused social media companies such as Facebook and Snapchat of losing control of […]

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Can Technology Realistically Replace Teachers?

Seriously though, technology is no single thing. It’s a vast and evolving set of tools, some of which can offer significant support to both learners and teachers, and some of which are […]

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Health care is the biggest employer in WNY. Here are six trends for 2019.

The health and wellness business in Western New York has never been more robust. The health care and social assistance “super subsector” is the region’s largest employer – 14.6 percent of all […]

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Impact of Technology on E-Commerce Industry

The last decade has seen the evolution and rise of the e-commerce industry. Not only we witnessed increased consumer interest and participation, but the industry also recorded humongous sales figures and increased […]

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Loneliness Linked To Negative Social Media Experiences, Study Finds

We’ve been hearing more and more about loneliness, and the “loneliness epidemic,” in recent years, as research has stared to lay out both its causes and effects. There are likely many reasons for this […]

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Simple Tips to Save Thousands on Healthcare in 2019

Apple, Amazon, Google, Walmart, and Tesla are among the global brands that made significant changes in 2018 to start curbing corporate and employee healthcare costs for the company and employees. 2018 shaped […]

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Block Lifted, Zimbabweans Have Access To Social Media And WhatsApp Again

Following this afternoon’s ruling by the High Court of Zimbabwe that the directive by the Minister of State Security to block access to the internet at large and even to social media was illegal, normal service […]

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The ‘Uberfication’ of education: warning about commercial operators

Students in class at a school in Uganda run by Bridge International.CREDIT:ALAMY An Australian unionist is leading a global campaign against what he describes as the “Uberfication” of education. While the Uber […]

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