Hardest Part Of Resume Writing? Quiz Results And Tips - Forbes

Hardest Part Of Resume Writing? Quiz Results And Tips - ForbesHardest Part Of Resume Writing? Quiz Results And Tips - ForbesMarketing Tips for AV Integrators: The Value of SEO - CEPRO - CEProFan to Win Fully Funded Road Trip in “Go With Bo” Sweepstakes - Odessa AmericanHardest Part Of Resume Writing? Quiz Results And Tips - ForbesPosted: 15 Jul 2020 07:00 AM PDT Woman typing her resume on a laptop.GettyMany baby boomers are telling me that they find writing their resume very challenging. I was browsing through my LinkedIn feed, and I found an interesting survey about what part of writing a resume is the hardest for you. Adrienne Tom, Executive Resume Writer, who created the survey says she's has written over 1000 resumes during the last 13 years. Tom noted, "I developed this survey because I wanted to understand the pain points people are having with putting together a resume. I wondered what part they are most overwhelmed with. I then identified the four things that are top c…

“Google deletes over 5 million negative TikTok reviews from Play Store to improve rating - DNA India” plus 2 more

“Google deletes over 5 million negative TikTok reviews from Play Store to improve rating - DNA India” plus 2 more

Google deletes over 5 million negative TikTok reviews from Play Store to improve rating - DNA India

Posted: 28 May 2020 12:32 AM PDT

From the last few days, we are witnessing the never-ending war-'Youtube VS TikTok' on all our social media platforms. 

Several hashtags asking users to ban TikTok and India against TikTok started trending on Twitter.

The trend surely affected TikTok hard and the ratings were dropped from 4.7 to 3 and then ultimately the app witnessed its lowest rating ever i.e-1.2.

According to the latest media reports, tech giant Google came to rescue the app and deleted millions of bad reviews from the Play Store post the fiasco. As per the reports, Google has removed over 5 million negative comments for TikTok which has ultimately improved its rating. 

Currently, Google Play Store is having 22 million reviews for TikTok which means that Google has so far removed more than 5 million reviews

At present, TikTok's rating on the play store is 1.6 and it is gradually increasing. 

The whole fiasco started when a popular YouTuber CarryMinati (real name Ajay Negar) created a video on YouTube vs TikTok a few days back where he was seen roasting popular TikToker Amir Siddiqui (who had once claimed he would be honoured to get roasted by CarryMinati).

The video went viral and it became a breeding ground for memers. The video was taken down from YouTube owing to the content violation and Ajay Negar created another video asking his fans to stop misusing the video for their benefit. Ajay got emotional while talking about the video and sending the message at the same time.

Another TikTok influencer Faizal Siddiqui has come under the scanner for one of his videos where he is allegedly promoting an acid attack on women by recreating a disturbing scene.

The war between YouTube and TikTok doesn't seem to end anytime soon. 

Coronavirus, May 19: Trending questions worldwide on Google Search - The Star Online

Posted: 19 May 2020 03:12 AM PDT

Over the past day, the highest-trending question asked related to Covid-19 news on Google Search was "How close are we to a Covid-19 vaccine?"

The following are the highest-trending Covid-19 questions worldwide (excluding the United States) that were asked in Google Search over the last 24 hours.

How close are we to a Covid-19 vaccine? Will there be a vaccine for Covid-19?

A vaccine for Covid-19 is currently in the works; when exactly it will be ready for public deployment, however, is yet to be determined. On the bright side, drug maker Moderna announced on May 18 that early tests for their in-development coronavirus vaccine look promising.

The company's Chief Medical Officer Tal Zaks, MD, PhD stated that "These interim Phase 1 data, while early, demonstrate that vaccination with mRNA-1273 elicits an immune response of the magnitude caused by natural infection starting with a dose as low as 25 µg. When combined with the success in preventing viral replication in the lungs of a pre-clinical challenge model at a dose that elicited similar levels of neutralising antibodies, these data substantiate our belief that mRNA-1273 has the potential to prevent Covid-19 disease and advance our ability to select a dose for pivotal trials."

Is there a vaccine for any coronavirus?

While vaccines for various forms of coronaviruses are in development, none have been approved to be administered to the public.

Is there a vaccine for MERS?

According to the CDC, "There is currently no vaccine to protect people against MERS. But scientists are working to develop one."

Is there a vaccine for SARS?

Britain's National Health Service states that "There's currently no cure for SARS, but research to find a vaccine is ongoing." – AFP Relaxnews

Google likely to face antitrust lawsuits by U.S. Justice Department and state attorneys general: WSJ report - Financial Post

Posted: 15 May 2020 12:00 AM PDT

A group of state attorneys general led by Texas are likely to file an antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet Inc's Google and are working on potential litigation for later this year, a person familiar with the situation said on Friday.

The Justice Department is also moving toward bringing a case as soon as this summer, The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.

Shares of Alphabet fell about 1.5% in after-hours trading.

Google – along with Facebook Inc, Amazon.com Inc and Apple Inc – are under a series of probes into allegations that the tech behemoths use their clout to unfairly defend their market share, including one by the House Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel.

The federal probe of Google focuses on search, advertising and management of its Android operating system. The Federal Trade Commission settled an antitrust investigation of Google in 2013 with a reprimand.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who is leading the multi-state investigation, said they were talking to companies who said that they had been hurt by the search and advertising giant.

"Our antitrust investigation into Google has not been slowed down by the coronavirus pandemic," he said in a statement. "We hope to have the investigation wrapped up by fall. If we determine that filing is merited, we will go to court soon after that."

Paxton said in February he has not taken any possible punishment off the table, including breaking up the search and advertising giant.

The four tech giants have caused concern among progressive Democrats and conservative Republicans alike because of their outsized clout

Google said it would not comment on speculation about the potential for litigation.

"We continue to engage with the ongoing investigations led by the Department of Justice and Attorney General Paxton, and we don't have any updates or comments on speculation," a Google spokesperson said in an email statement.

The Justice Department did not immediately reply to a request for comment.

The four tech giants, which are powerhouses in search and online advertising, social media, online sales and smartphones, have caused concern among progressive Democrats and conservative Republicans alike because of their outsized clout.

The Justice Department is believed to be looking at all four companies while the FTC is probing Facebook and Amazon.com. Dozens of state attorneys general, led by New York, are also investigating Facebook.


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