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Ways Tech Can Improve Your Productivity at Work
Harnessing the right tools for your team can not only motivate millennial employees, but also maximize your business productivity and help you overcome the challenges of executing and managing daily tasks, projects, and strategies. https://simthanhdat.net Here are six tech tools that can play a significant role in your workplace efficiency, benefiting employers and employees alike.31st ranked
fix your commenting log in, it's not working
I can't comment, even when I'm logged in9th ranked
Engadget needs a physical address on its Home. That transparent video stage looks like Idaho
Sonos great interview31st ranked
Drop the SJW nonsense
This was one of my favorite daily sites to read before 2016 when you started the regressive SJW preaching in nearly every topic. I quit reading the site.
I just checked back today and I think you've gotten worse. Bye31st ranked
Bring back the Engadget app for iPhone
The Engadget app has been removed from ios for some time now and no talk or alternative has been provided. I been using the app that was released and updated 2 years ago and it's in serious need of an update1st ranked
You have an expired certificate
I am getting certificate errors for all the https://s.engadget.com/ links in your emails.9th ranked
Youtube and being objective
Recently US Congress is legitimatizing the discussion on facial recognition and cites the situation involving a teen who was wrongfully arrested, reference a crime in an Apple store. Watching one of your YouTube videos on this subject seems to make fun of or at least not take serious the weight of this subject or that particular incidents. Consider a main characteristic of journalism is being objective in your reporting or at least appear to be. The young women in the video seems be lacking this. Js31st ranked
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