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Tech Is Splitting the U.S. Work Force in Two

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A small group of well-educated professionals enjoys rising wages, while most workers toil in low-wage jobs with few chances to advance. PHOENIX — It’s hard to miss the dogged technological ambition pervading this sprawling desert metropolis. There’s Intel’s $7 billion, seven-nanometer chip plant going up in Chandler. In Scottsdale, Axon, the maker of the Taser, […]

A new study reveals that professional golf causes serious back problems

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As golf has evolved over the last two decades, golfers’ swing has become more powerful, which has led to a higher incidence of early lumbar degeneration, according to a new study published today. The work, published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine, responds to the causes of the most common injury that now affects golfers, […]

A Mexican referee recovered his job after reporting racism and unjustified dismissal

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The president of the Referee Commission of the Mexican Football Federation (FMF), Arturo Brizio Carter, announced that the whistle Adalid Maganda Villalva recovered his work after having denounced acts of racism against him and after having made public that he was unjustifiably dismissed . The referee returned to training at the FMF facilities for the […]

Nasa confirms Mars rover Opportunity is dead

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In the last two years a great variety of intelligent speakers emerged, that is: speakers that integrate a virtual assistant such as Siri, Alexa or the Google Assistant (Google Assistant). Now, these assistants are different devices, among them, for example, there is the Google Assistant that is in the phones that have Android Marshmallow (6.0) […]

‘Dignity and respect’: Dominican factory vows to never be a sweatshop

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The Brazilian Neymar, who this Tuesday has turned 27 years, celebrated with a big ‘red party’ the anniversary. He surrounded himself with his teammates of Paris Saint Germain and some other colleague, like his compatriot Arthur, the Barça, who traveled to the French capital 48 hours from the classic of the Copa del Rey against […]

Vote Now For London’s Worst Public Sculpture

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The London Society and London Historians* have joined forces to conduct this most important of polls. Last year, they asked for nominations; dozens were submitted. Now the list has been whittled down to a terrible ten. The shortlist contains a mix of maligned monuments — from abstract sculptures to (perhaps controversially) war memorials. Some were […]