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Google to Provide LTE in Hurricane-Ravaged Puerto Rico via Internet-Beaming Balloons

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) allowed Google’s parent company Alphabet to restore LTE and Internet service on Puerto Rico. The move comes more than two weeks after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island with record-winds and torrential rains. Maria knocked down cell service and Internet in the island, leaving it isolated from the rest of the world. Reports said 83 percent …

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Facebook Partners With ZipRecruiter and Other Aggregators to Boost Job Searches

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Gaurav Dosi, Facebook’s Product Manager for Jobs, recently announced that the Facebook has opened its job-advertising features to third-party recruitment companies. This announcement was made during the TAtech Fall Congress & World Job Board Forum last September 28 at the Hyatt Regency Convention Center in Denver, Colorado. Recruitment platforms who partnered with Facebook now offer their customers a feature to …

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Mozilla Releases Beta Version of Firefox Quantum

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Last September 26, Mozilla recently announced the release of the beta version of their Firefox version 57 update. Because members of the non-profit community feel that “the version number – 57 – can’t really convey the magnitude of the changes” being made, developers chose to have the upcoming release dubbed as “Firefox Quantum” instead. Mozilla announced that Firefox Quantum is …

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