Facebook Watch Is Now Available Globally, as Are Tools for Publishers and Creators

  1. Facebook Watch Is Now Available Globally, as Are Tools for Publishers and Creators  Adweek
  2. Facebook Watch Goes Global and Expands Advertising Capabilities  Fortune
  3. Facebook Watch goes international  The Verge
  4. Facebook Watch Is Going Global | Facebook Newsroom  Facebook Newsroom
  5. TDG: A Year After Launch, Awareness and Use of Facebook Watch Remain Modest  PR Newswire
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Google's new job-hunting tools help veterans search for more fitting civilian work

  1. Google’s new job-hunting tools help veterans search for more fitting civilian work  USA TODAY
  2. Google helps US veterans find jobs to suit their skills  CNET
  3. Google made new search tools to help veterans find better jobs  CNBC
  4. The veteran unemployment rate is down but that doesn’t mean they are doing great  Marketplace.org
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Stone tools reveal modern human-like gripping capabilities 500,000 years ago

Research demonstrates that a technique used to produce stone tools that were first found half a million years ago is likely to have needed a modern human-like hand. This links a stone tool production technique known as ‘platform preparation’ to the biology of human hands, demonstrating that without the ability to perform highly forceful precision grips, our ancestors would not have been able to produce advanced stone tools like spear points.
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Google updates Firebase with In-App Messaging, new Crashlytics integrations, and tools improvements

  1. Google updates Firebase with In-App Messaging, new Crashlytics integrations, and tools improvements  VentureBeat
  2. Google’s Firebase intros in-app messaging, BigQuery integration  ZDNet
  3. Firebase gains In-App Messaging, new Crashlytics integrations, more  9to5Google
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New tools, old rules: Limit screen-based recreational media at home

Screen time from computers, phones, tablet computers, video games, TV and other screen-based devices is associated with increased sedentary behavior in children and teens. Sedentary behaviors contribute to overweight and obesity. TV viewing has decreased among young people, but overall screen media consumption has increased substantially in this age group.
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