Digital transformation 3 ways SMBs use machine learning to power digital transformation Overnight digital transformation: Welcome to the year 2025, 60 months early Digital transformation: Legacy technology, lack of skills, and funding are holding back NHS plans After the remote working rush, here comes the CIO's next challenge What is digital transformation? Everything you need to know Digital transformation: It's time to invent the future we want (TechRepublic) … [Read more...] about NHS contact-tracing app upgrade is more likely to warn users to self-isolate
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College campuses are an ideal test ground for an array of COVID contact-tracing efforts. Schools can require students to download and install apps in a way that health officials cannot with the general population—although, as Politico notes, students' participation and compliance may be less than full and enthusiastic, particularly when it comes to disclosing contacts who may have been drinking while underage. … [Read more...] about College contact-tracing app readily leaked personal data, report finds
Lens Hoods Also Provide Some Physical Protection While lens hoods are mostly for blocking light, they also provide a small amount of physical protection. If you’re shooting on a rainy day or near a waterfall, for example, a lens hood can shelter the front of the lens from some of the droplets. It’s not a replacement for an umbrella, but it can give you a few moments to get a shot before your lens is covered in water and unusable. … [Read more...] about What Does a Lens Hood Do, and When Should You Use One?
Of course, the first thing you’ll need is a math problem to solve. Google Lens can solve simple equations such as “5+2” or more complex formulas such as “x2 – 3x + 2.” You can scan the problem from a real-world piece of paper or from a digital display. … [Read more...] about How to Solve Math Problems Using Google Lens
Tech giant Google has decided to bid adieu to another one of its apps this year. This time, it is Trusted Contacts. The app will be shunted out of the Google PlayStore from December 1, 2020, as per a report by Android Police. Trusted Contacts was launched in 2016 and was updated with some features too over the years. But now Google thinks that it has run its course and reportedly decided to discontinue it. As of now, the app has been pulled off from both Google Play Store and Apple App Store. For existing users, the app will work until December 1, 2020. After that, it will “stop being supported”. Those who have it and have been using it to share their location info with a trusted group of family and friends have until December 1 to download the list of them. Google killed over 20 apps and service in 2019 some of which are Google+, Inbox by Gmail, Google URL Shortener, Google Allo, Chromecast Audio, YouTube Gaming, Areo, YouTube Messages, Google DayDream, Google Clips, … [Read more...] about Google is killing another app in 2020