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The Journal of Data Technology and Pc Science (JITeCS) is a peer-reviewed open entry journal printed by School of Laptop Science, Universitas Brawijaya (UB), Indonesia. Michael – you know that this web site has to come back to an finish, and you realize that the Morgellons stuff on the internet has to come to an finish since you already had it planned out. I would hope that she a minimum of sought some mental health assistance for her childrens’ grief in shedding their dad, but all that’s implied is that she misinterpretted their grief as being her damned morgellons illness”. … Read More

FAU-G, an Indian Alternative to PUBG, to Launch by October-End, Will Include a Level on Galwan Valley

An Indian firm is set to launch a battle royale mobile video game in partnership with Bollywood star Akshay Kumar, capitalising on the void left by a ban on Chinese tech firm Tencent’s popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG). nCore Games, based in the Bengaluru, will launch its Fearless and United: Guards (FAU-G) game by the end of October, the company’s co-founder Vishal Gondal told Reuters on Friday.

“This game was in the works for some months,” Gondal said. “In fact the first level of the game is based on Galwan Valley.”

Clashes in June between Indian and Chinese troops along a

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Google’s new certificates help people get jobs in analytics, UX, project management without degrees

The search engine giant said it will fund 100,000 need-based scholarships for the IT-focused certificate programs. Learn more about Google’s Career Certificates.

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Google said its recently launched suite of Google Career Certificates will help Americans get qualifications needed for high-paying, high-growth job fields without a college degree. The search giant said it considers the certificates as the equivalent of a four-year degree for related roles.

The company said it will also fund 100,000 need-based scholarships for the certificate programs.

“College degrees are out of reach for many Americans, and you shouldn’t need a college diploma to

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86% of businesses say they’re not ready for the next stage of the Data Age

The Data Age is here: 57% of business leaders say the volume of data grows faster than their organizations’ ability to keep up, according to recent Splunk research.

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To keep up with tech competitors, businesses must make the most of their data in this Data Age, stressed a recent report from Splunk research, “The Data Age is here. Are you ready?” 

Businesses not only risk falling behind but become subject to and vulnerable to myriad potential cybersecurity breaches. Eighty-six percent of organizations said today they’re not ready for the fast-approaching next stage, with only 14%

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App developers: Design for one-handed usage of mobile devices

Commentary: Anyone who uses their mobile device with one hand knows the struggle of trying to navigate certain apps. Jack Wallen makes a plea to designers and developers to do better.

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For me, the biggest difference between mobile and desktop applications (besides the obvious) is that mobile apps must be more efficient. Smartphones aren’t generally used with a keyboard and mouse (although they can be), so using these devices requires an efficiency desktop browsers don’t need. 

In order to be truly usable, mobile apps must bring to the table one-handed usage. When an application forces me to

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