Cyberpunk 2077 Not Coming to Nintendo Switch

The sci-fi RPG Cyberpunk 2077 is unlikely to be ported over to the Switch. CD Projekt Red’s John Mamais confirmed this, although he did, however, leave a sliver of hope that the game will eventually come over to Switch. He cited the case of The Witcher 3, which CD Projekt Red was able to port over to Switch this October — 4 years after it was initially released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. “Who would have thought a game like The Witcher 3 would be possible on…

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How To Create a Website For Your Small Business

Having a website for your business is a must in the digital era. Not only will it give potential customers a glimpse at your products or services without having to travel to a physical store, but a properly managed website also serves as an effective marketing tool for every kind of business. Here, we will discuss how you can create a website to boost your own small business. Choose a Memorable Domain Name Before coming up with a domain name, it’s crucial that you already have a registered business name.…

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3 Reasons Why You Should Learn Python

No other programming language has added more users faster than Python. Second only to Java, Python is currently the most common choice for developers. Tech giants including Google, Dropbox, Instagram and Spotify use the language as part of their systems. Not only that other industries like the media, healthcare, and even NASA are also using Python. DZone describes Python code as “neat, readable, and well structured”, which is why it is so popular. Industry experts also predict that the programming language will soon edge out C, C++, and Java in…

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New Vintage: Danelectro Introduces Eisenhower Fuzz, Breakdown Pedals

There’s no name more synonymous with god-like guitar playing than that of Jimmy Page. Along with his band Led Zeppelin, Page ascended to the pantheon of rock music in the 1960s with the release of what some consider to be the greatest rock album of all time — Led Zeppelin II. Aside from earning a well-deserved place in one of our Triple Vinyl Tuesday lists a few years back, Led Zeppelin is what has come to be known as the embodiment of vintage rock, of a time that has come…

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Corporate Wellness – We’re better for it

Healthcare costs are rising astronomically. This is not only reflected in premiums for employees but also in the share that employers typically pay. According to SHRM, the cost of employer-sponsored health care in 2019 is expected to reach $15,000 per employee. The high cost of health care, in part, explains the trend of corporate wellness programs. Why Bother? I first came across the idea of a corporate wellness program during my time working for local government. The organization’s award-winning program was comprised of several value-added incentives for employees to stay…

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More than Just a Trend: How AI is Reshaping Fashion and Beauty

In fashion, AI has first been embraced by big brands such as Amazon, Adidas, and Zara. Adidas, for instance, has voice-assisted in-store robots, while competitors are now following Zara after it partnered with Jetlore for a consumer behavior prediction platform. Zara’s aim to create “full integration between store and online stock rooms” is becoming an industry trend. Across the fashion world, consumer-facing AI solutions have been focused on improving personalisation and customer experience. But AI has also crept into supply chain optimisation, inventory management, and other aspects of production. H&M…

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How Tech is Changing Tourism as We Know It

From finance and education to agriculture and entertainment, new and exciting technology is radically changing industries everywhere. This shift has also well and truly entered the world of tourism, with numerous tourist spots, travel agencies, and local governments doing their best to incorporate innovation and enhance travel experiences across the globe. Although many of these developments may seem quite flashy and futuristic, at its core, tourism is still very much about meaningful human interactions and great customer service — albeit with a 21st century update that had only previously existed…

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What’s in Store for the Stock Market this 2019?

It was a roller coaster ride for the stock market in 2018 as investors had to deal with extreme volatility brought about by a global economic slowdown, political issues, inflation worries, and monetary policy debates. Now that a New Year has arrived, traders are looking for clues about how the stock market might fare. The biggest concern is whether 2018’s events will carry over to this year, or if brighter things will emerge from their aftermath. That said, let’s take a look at some of the top predictions for what’s…

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Biometric Payments to go Mainstream in 2019

Payments are becoming simpler. Mobile payment systems or person-to-person payment applications like PayPal, Venmo, Zelle, Apple Pay, and WeChat Pay lets you pay for services and purchases without using cash or cards. Nikki Hesford who runs her own marketing support company told BBC News that she only uses cash to pay her manicurist. She notes that it has made going out with friends easier: “One person will pay on a card and the others will transfer through an app. It takes seconds rather than minutes fussing around with who owes…

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5 Finance Apps For 2019

What makes a great finance app? The answer to this question lies in your own personal financial needs. Thankfully, there are plenty of apps that provide a wide range of financial services. Whether you’re concerned about your personal, business, or household expenses, there’s an app that can help. Wally This is the go-to app for general financial information. Tom’s Guide explains that Wally collates nearly every aspect of your finances and provides detailed analysis. This includes the option to set a savings target, as well as a spending budget based…

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