Forget the New iPhones: Apple’s Best Product Is Now Privacyhttps://medium.com/fast-company/forget-the-new-iphones-apples-best-product-is-now-privacy-365e8111e220Under Tim Cook’s leadership, Apple saw just how critical an issue user privacy would become. Now it’s at least as important a feature as shiny industrial design or a nice camera
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The next generation of mobile networks is coming sooner than you think. Here are the most important facts about the tech.
Here are the 20 most in-demand skills for freelance workers – TechRepublichttps://www.techrepublic.com/article/here-are-the-20-most-in-demand-skills-for-freelance-workers/?ftag=TRE684d531&bhid=27689259515740508250262421970472As more workers turn to the gig economy, it’s important to know what skills will help you land a job. Hint: Most of them are in tech. Blockchain, Tensorflow, and Amazon DynamoDB were the fastest-growing and most in-demand freelance skills in Q1 2018.
Protect sensitive data with these five free encryption apps – TechRepublichttps://www.techrepublic.com/article/protect-personal-and-sensitive-data-with-these-five-free-encryption-apps/?ftag=TRE684d531&bhid=27689259515740508250262421970472Protecting customers’ personal data is vitally important to the future success of every organization. Encrypting that data with one of these apps is a good place to start.
App Store Logohttps://www.byrdie.com/vitamins-for-metabolismEating a well-balanced diet and supplementing it with vitamins can improve your general health and prevent sickness. It can also boost your metabolism, something that’s important to many of us since a quick metabolism means healthy weight maintenance, improved immune function, and increased daily energy levels. Health and wellness experts share the vitamins and supplements they would take to speed up metabolism.
How to Talk With Your Dying Loved One – WSJhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/how-to-talk-with-your-dying-loved-one-1523891127“I’m not going to be around much longer.” Conversations about death are among the most important, and difficult, we may ever have. Too often, we avoid them, Elizabeth Bernstein writes.