Kids From Harlem To Harare To Have Sleep And Behavior Issues When Exposed To Screens

Despite concerns from experts, more toddlers than ever before are exposed to screens from laptops, TVs, or smartphones. A new study found that the effects of such exposure are wide in scope. Continue Reading →

Twitter To Ban All Political Ads From Harlem To Hollywood On Its Platform

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced on Wednesday that the platform will no longer display any political advertising beginning November 22, 2019. Continue Reading →

Top Gadgets For Your Home From Harlem To Harare

Your home should be a haven, somewhere to relax and unwind after a long, busy day. In the modern era, there are various technology solutions to common homeowner problems and solutions which make living in your castle that bit better. Continue Reading →

All Star Code Adds New Ambassadors To Drive National Awareness Of Diversity In The Technology Industry

Harlem fave the All Star Code (ASC), a leading nonprofit organization creating economic opportunity for boys and young men of color (BYMOC) by helping them develop the tools they need to succeed in a technological world, has added two renowned business leaders to its Ambassador program. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Administration Announces Record Increases In School Internet Capacity

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza announced record increases in internet access in schools. Continue Reading →

Apparel Retailer Marshalls In 2019 Sticks A Toe Into The E-commerce World

With a couple of stores in Harlem, Marshalls, the popular apparel retailer with over 1,100 brick and mortar locations, has apparently decided the internet is here to stay. It’s launched its first e-commerce site, Marshalls.com.

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Modern Students And Technology – The Advantages And Disadvantages Today

Today, the development of society is in parallel with informatization. This is reflected in all spheres of life and professional activity of people. Continue Reading →

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