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10 things in tech you need to know today

13 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Friday.
Nine Tesla employees criticized the company's response to the novel coronavirus in interviews with Business Insider. Workers criticized a lack of hand sanitizer, mixed messages from CEO Elon Musk, and poor enforcement of social distancing.
Tesla will temporarily lay off some employees in Norway for at least one month at the beginning of April, according to internal email sent on Tuesday by a Tesla's director in the region. A significant drop in demand and an inability to hold events, both driven by the spread of the novel...
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Native Americans were promised $40 million to fight the coronavirus, but...

Native Americans were promised $40 million to fight the coronavirus, but members of the Navajo Nation say they have yet to see the money, and they're running out of resources

COVID-19 cases are surging among the Navajo community. American Indian healthcare providers are slated to receive $40 million in emergency funds to fight coronavirus, but they... Read more ...

A steep production cut won't reverse the oil price meltdown as demand for...

A steep production cut won't reverse the oil price meltdown as demand for fuel reaches historic lows, Goldman Sachs says

A coalition of oil-producing countries known as OPEC Plus met Thursday to discuss paring back production as demand collapses in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The group... Read more ...

Round 3: Facebook Live Events for Running Your Business During the COVID-19...

Round 3: Facebook Live Events for Running Your Business During the COVID-19 Outbreak

The highly-anticipated Facebook Live sessions are back to bring you one more week of tips in our Secrets of Top Selling Facebook Group. During these Facebook Live sessions... Read more ...

Doctors are asking states to use their lethal-injection drugs to treat...

Doctors are asking states to use their lethal-injection drugs to treat patients with COVID-19, instead

States that execute prisoners by lethal injection have a stockpile of drugs that, amid the pandemic, are now in short supply. "Your stockpile could save the lives of hundreds... Read more ...

How to change keyboard language on Android using the Gboard app

How to change keyboard language on Android using the Gboard app

You can easily change the keyboard language on your Android If you want to have multiple language keyboards available on your device. Gboard makes having multiple language... Read more ...

How to delete your Strava fitness account on a computer in 5 simple steps

How to delete your Strava fitness account on a computer in 5 simple steps

It's easy to delete your Strava account if you no longer use the fitness platform. After you delete your Strava account, you can request your data archive, so all the... Read more ...

How to change your TikTok password using the mobile app

How to change your TikTok password using the mobile app

You can change your TikTok password in just a few steps using the mobile app. You should create a strong password using a combination of upper and lowercase letters, numbers... Read more ...

Instilling Confidence Into the Real Estate Transaction, One Home Warranty at...

Instilling Confidence Into the Real Estate Transaction, One Home Warranty at a Time

Cinch Home Services Delivers by Assisting Real Estate Professionals and Their Clients Sibcy Cline REALTORS® is a family of companies that serves the real estate market. As part... Read more ...

A 21-year-old Canadian woman stayed in Wuhan because she didn't want to...

A 21-year-old Canadian woman stayed in Wuhan because she didn't want to abandon her cat. The lockdown just lifted, but she's still 'fenced in.'

Kristina Shramko, a 21-year-old Canadian citizen, lived under lockdown in Wuhan, China, for 76 days. Shramko decided not to board an evacuation flight to Canada in February... Read more ...

What UBS's US wealth business is learning from serving ultra-rich clients...

What UBS's US wealth business is learning from serving ultra-rich clients from home: 'If we wanted to have more people work remotely in the future, we could support that'

Jason Chandler, the head of UBS's US wealth management operation, said this week that the business could support more people working from home following the coronavirus... Read more ...