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2 weeks after Kylie Jenner disses Snapchat, Snap lays off 120 engineers


In fact, it’s the second time in 2018 alone that Snap is laying off employees. In an email to employees reviewed by Recode, Vice President of Engineering Jerry Hunter told team members that 120 engineers, or about 4 percent of the company’s total workforce, will soon be out of a …

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How Do I Start A Transport Or Logistics Business?

Forecasts indicate that the demand for freight transport will grow in South Africa by between 200% and 250% over the 15 to 20 years. Some corridors, (high volume transport routes that connect major centres), such as the corridors between Gauteng and Cape Town (which amount to 50% of all corridor …

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How to Earn more AdSense Revenue

AdSense displays highest bid ad Maximize your revenue potential by displaying Google ads on every page of your website. Google displays relevant CPC (cost-per-click) and CPM (cost per thousand impressions) ads on your web pages through an auction. When the web page with AdSense ad script is opened, the ad …

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How Google Tracks Your Invalid Ad-sense Clicks

AdSense is a well-known Pay Per Click (PPC) program from Google, which helps publishers to make handsome money from their online content. Unfortunately site owners especially newbies always try to follow some illogical methods to make quick money. AdSense or any other PPC programs for that matter, is like a …

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Financial Tips: Cut out these 5 expenses if you are broke

Situations can arise where you are broke and you don’t know what to do or how to improve on your finances. The best thing to do at this period is to find things you can cut out from your expenses. Being broke is the worst thing that could ever happen …

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Nigerian Entrepreneur Invents Artificial Intelligence System To Analyze Baby’s Cry.

A young Nigerian technology entrepreneur, Charles Onu has invented an artificial intelligence system that analyses a baby’s cry to give warning signs of baby asphyxia, which is the third leading killer of infants worldwide. Ubenwa, which means “baby’s cry”, helps parents and caregivers detect birth asphyxia earlier, without having to …

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