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Infrasense Non-Destructively Evaluates Condition of Bridge in Virginia…

Infrasense conducted a multi-faceted non-destructive survey and report for a bridge deck in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The report provided the client with a comprehensive set of condition results with... (PRWeb November 19, 2018) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/infrasense_non_destructively_evaluates_condition_of_bridge_in_virginia_beach_virginia_with_infrared_thermography_and_ground_penetrating_radar/prweb15886514.htm

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AISN to Team With Unisys to Provide Secure Server, Storage and Data…

AIS Network, a Virginia-certified small business, will team with Unisys on a Virginia Information Technologies Agency contract to provide server, storage and data center services. The contract is... (PRWeb November 16, 2018) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/aisn_to_team_with_unisys_to_provide_secure_server_storage_and_data_center_services_to_va/prweb15714696.htm

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Google Maps is being overburdened with so many features and design changes that it is becoming difficult to just get directions in the app (Dieter…

Dieter Bohn / The Verge : Google Maps is being overburdened with so many features and design changes that it is becoming difficult to just get directions in the app   —  Yelp must be thrilled  —  Earlier today, 9to5Google pointed us to a blog post from Google announcing a new feature for Google Maps: messaging businesses.

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Google adds business messaging to Google Maps for iOS and Android, helps keep track of conversations with local businesses (The Keyword)

The Keyword : Google adds business messaging to Google Maps for iOS and Android, helps keep track of conversations with local businesses   —  Last year we enabled users in select countries to message businesses from the Business Profiles on Google.  Sending messages to businesses gives you the opportunity …

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One reason for Facebook’s aggressive PR against competitors was to manage declining morale, and retain employees who would otherwise jump ship (Casey…

Casey Newton / The Interface : One reason for Facebook's aggressive PR against competitors was to manage declining morale, and retain employees who would otherwise jump ship   —  For some time now, Facebook has copped to being “slow.”  —  Confronted with any question about Russian interference on the platform …

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LinkedIn says it expects $2B in revenue from its media business, driven mostly by ad revenue, by the end of the fiscal year (Sara Fischer/Axios)

Sara Fischer / Axios : LinkedIn says it expects $2B in revenue from its media business, driven mostly by ad revenue, by the end of the fiscal year   —  LinkedIn, the business and employment network, says it expects to bring in roughly $2 billion from its media business — mostly via ad revenue — by the end of this fiscal year.

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Cortana’s mobile redesign, in beta last month, is out now for iOS, adding conversational experiences, the ability to play music and podcasts, and more…

Jon Porter / The Verge : Cortana's mobile redesign, in beta last month, is out now for iOS, adding conversational experiences, the ability to play music and podcasts, and more   —  A voice assistant for those entrenched in the Microsoft ecosystem  —  Cortana's version 3.0 redesign, which we first saw released in beta last month …

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Cisco beats with Q1 revenues of $13.07B, up 8% YoY, vs. $12.87B est., revenues of $7.64B for its Infrastructure Platforms business, up 9% YoY, vs….

Jordan Novet / CNBC : Cisco beats with Q1 revenues of $13.07B, up 8% YoY, vs. $12.87B est., revenues of $7.64B for its Infrastructure Platforms business, up 9% YoY, vs. $7.4B est.   —  Cisco stock rose slightly after the company reported better-than-expected earnings for the first quarter of its 2019 fiscal year.

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Top Facebook execs obscured privacy, misinformation and privacy crises, hired PR to deflect attention, lobbied in DC to limit oversight (New York…

New York Times : Top Facebook execs obscured privacy, misinformation and privacy crises, hired PR to deflect attention, lobbied in DC to limit oversight   —  Sheryl Sandberg was seething.  —  Inside Facebook's Menlo Park, Calif., headquarters, top executives gathered in the glass-walled conference room of its founder, Mark Zuckerberg.

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