OnePlus’ next phone will have two front cameras, report says

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OnePlus has a new phone coming. The company has already taken to teasing its next device on Twitter and Instagram, with CEO Pete Lau posting on Tuesday that the phone will arrive first in Europe and India. Now, we have some more details on the front cameras, with a new report indicating the forthcoming phone will have two selfie cameras. 

According to Android Central, quoting an “insider source,” the next OnePlus phone will have dual 32- and 8-megapixel cameras on the front, a first for a OnePlus device. The cameras, the site notes, will be located

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Salesforce sees low-code as a key way to drive digital transformation in a new normal of remote work

Ryan Ellis, SVP of Product Management for Platform at Salesforce, talks to Bill Detwiler about how the company is helping its customers accelerate their digital transformation efforts using a low-code philosophy.

For years, companies have been talking about digital transformation, but in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies, government agencies, and organizations are accelerating their digital transformation efforts. In the run up to the Salesforce TrailheaDX 2020 virtual developer event, I had a chance to talk with Ryan Ellis, SVP of Product Management for Platform at Salesforce, about how the company is helping its customers accelerate their digital

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How COVID-19 is affecting IT work for government contractors

When 2020 began, government contractors had a positive outlook for business. Now they have many questions to address, says a new study.

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For the last 10 years, government contractors have used the annual Deltek Clarity Government Contracting Industry Study to benchmark their performance against their industry peers. But in the recently released 11th edition of the study, the COVID-19 pandemic is raising many questions and presenting new challenges for government contractors.

This year’s report spotlights the 2019 performance of 380 government contractors who responded to a lengthy questionnaire on a wide range of topics, said Amy

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New unemployment claims for week of June 8 are 78% below COVID-19 peak

As businesses reopen, many who were temporarily laid off are now being rehired, according to a new report from WalletHub.

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As a follow up to their May jobs report, WalletHub takes a look at the state of unemployment, as offices begin to open and bring employees back to the office for the new normal or a hybrid–work-from-home and office combined.

Compared to numbers from the height of the pandemic, new unemployment claims for the week of June 6 were 78% lower, according to WalletHub, which released updated rankings in its States Whose Unemployment Claims are Recovering

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Ohio using AI to cull old laws and streamline regulations

An AI tool developed by Deloitte is helping Ohio eliminate redundant and unnecessary regulations and rules that cost businesses and taxpayers time and money.

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Every election cycle starts the same way, said Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Hustead. Politicians promise to weed out and eliminate waste, streamline processes, and make government leaner and more responsive to the needs of its citizens and business owners. What is usually lacking, however, is specifics. 

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“Everyone says that but, when you dig down a little deeper, they can’t tell you what that means,” Hustead said.

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