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Social Media Ad Boom Continues

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Despite the fact that platforms such as Facebook and Twitter have come under fire this year for allowing bots and fake profiles to spread false information and sow hatred and division, social media advertising continues to grow in the United …

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The Most Generous Countries in the World

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This year’s World Giving Index from the Charities Aid Foundation has revealed the countries in which the largest share of people have donated to charity in the last month. The UK makes it into the top ten with a total of 68 percent of …

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China’s Belt and Road investment map

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The fifth anniversary of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) was recently marked in Beijing. This 900 billion U.S. dollar transcontinental development project was launched in the autumn of 2013 when president Xi Jinping proposed the building of the Silk Road Economic …

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Vulnerabilities Most Exploited by Cyber Attacks

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According to an analysis conducted by the Kaspersky Lab from Q1 of 2018, Microsoft Office applications are one of the most commonly exploited applications worldwide. A little under half of the complaints Kaspersky received related to Microsoft Office applications. Browser applications came …

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Price Hike Boosts Apple’s iPhone Revenue

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Even though iPhone unit sales came in short of analyst expectations for Apple’s fourth fiscal quarter, the company’s flagship product just had its biggest year ever. Through the twelve months ending September 29, Apple’s iPhone revenue amounted to a whopping …

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Facebook (Still) Dominates Social Media

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When Facebook filed for its initial public offering in early 2012, the company named the ongoing transition to mobile as one of the biggest risks to its future success. If the transition to mobile was indeed the biggest challenge in …

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Where EU air pollution kills the most people

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A new report released yesterday by the European Environment Agency has revealed the startling number of premature deaths caused by air pollution in Europe. Looking at the cases attributable to the most common killer, particulate matter (PM), there were a total of 422,000 across …

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