"In the skin-care world, there are a few buzzy ingredients that tend to get all the credit for hydrating your complexion. Hyaluronic acid is lauded for its ability to hold 1,000 times its weight in water, ceramides are known as the "building blocks" of your complexion, and pros have referred to squalane as the "big gulp" of moisturizers. In other words, there are a lot of options out there to choose from when it comes to dealing with dry skin. But according to Mona Gohara, MD, a board-certified dermatologist based in Connecticut, if you're going to pick just one to stick with all winter, your best bet is to go back to basics and opt for glycerin..."
By Zoe Weiner
"...LinkedIn Learning helps users develop skills with video courses taught by industry experts. Exercise files, assessments, and video transcriptions complement the video learning experience.
LinkedIn Learning is guided by four principles—offering high-quality content, personalized insights, interactive learning, and on-demand access—that guarantee an ongoing stream of engaging educational content for its users..." -CARLY CHATFIELD
"These algorithms are essential to every programmer's workflow.
As a student of programming, you've likely learned plenty of different algorithms throughout the course of your career. Becoming proficient in different algorithms is absolutely essential for any programmer.
With so many algorithms, it can be challenging to keep track of what's essential. If you’re prepping for an interview or simply brushing up on your skills, this list will make it relatively easy. Read on as we list the most essential algorithms for programmers..." - M. FAHAD KHAWAJA
"It's no secret that a small handful of enormous companies dominate the internet as we know it. But the internet didn't always have services with a billion users and quasi-monopolistic control over search or shopping. It was once a loose collection of individuals, research labs, and small companies, each making their own home on the burgeoning world wide web.
That world hasn't entirely died out, however. Through a growing movement of dedicated hobbyists known as self-hosters, the dream of a decentralized internet lives on at a time when surveillance, censorship, and increasing scrutiny of Big Tech has created widespread mistrust in large internet platforms..." - John Kehayias
"The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that App Annie Inc., a leading alternative data provider for the mobile app industry, and its co-founder and former CEO and Chairman Bertrand Schmitt, have agreed to settle securities fraud charges for engaging in deceptive practices and making material misrepresentations about how App Annie's alternative data was derived. App Annie and Schmitt have agreed to pay more than $10 million to settle the matter, which is the SEC's first enforcement action charging an alternative data provider with securities fraud...." - sec.gov
"Now that many of us have left our homebody lives behind and are back to being out and about, we rely heavily on our phones to give us access to important services on-the-go. With just one device, we can stay up to date on our email and our calendar to make sure we never miss a beat. Unfortunately, some of us may soon find our options limited. One popular phone will no longer be providing users with access to certain essential services. Read on to find out if you're at risk of losing the ability to check your email and calendar on your phone..." -
"Many Android manufacturers appear to be taking a leaf out of Apple’s book, and will no longer be including chargers in the box with handsets.
Still, even if you’re just buying a charger for your shiny new handset, there are a lot of options. We've rounded up some of the most promising choices below. They're listed in no particular order, but you'll find wireless chargers below the wired ones..." - Lloyd Coombes
"On Friday, a California judge ruled on the influential Epic v. Apple lawsuit, and both sides lost. Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers concluded that Apple wasn’t unfairly monopolizing the mobile app space with iOS or its in-app purchasing system, and she ordered Epic to pay damages for violating its developer agreement with Fortnite. At the same time, she ordered Apple to remove its anti-steering rules — policies banning developers from telling users about alternatives to Apple’s in-app purchase system.
For readers outside those two companies, though, Judge Rogers’ opinion has a lot to offer. Rogers clearly considers much of Epic and Apple’s behavior silly and many of both companies’ arguments bad. But she seriously examines all these arguments and lays out a blueprint for further legal arguments about mobile platforms, app monopolies, and modern antitrust law.
"Apple’s lucrative App Store business received a major blow Friday thanks to a federal judge’s decision in the company’s legal battle with Epic Games.
Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers handed down the decision in the closely watched trial, and issued an injunction that said Apple will no longer be allowed to prohibit developers from providing links or other communications that direct users away from Apple in-app purchasing. Apple typically takes a 15% to 30% cut of gross sales..." - Kif Leswing
"You can't buy a more powerful gaming platform than a tricked-out desktop PC. Here's everything you need to know, part by part, to pick the right killer gaming system, along with our current favorites, culled from our top-rated reviews..." -https://flip.it/-jXa37
"Playing your favorite PC games with the detail levels and resolution maxed out doesn't mean you have to buy a big desktop rig—today's best gaming laptops pack some serious power. Here's everything you need to know to choose the right gaming-notebook monster, along with our top lab-tested picks..." -https://flip.it/46W8ET
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