How does Google Photos work? Google Photos is a very convenient platform that lets you share all your photos, and whatever other types of images, between all your devices. And we do mean all your images, because Google Photos offers every one of its users unlimited cloud storage. And Google Photos is also free. But there’s a catch, a small one, but a catch nonetheless.
Source: Google Photos “High quality” vs “Original” – PhoneArena
In May, when a coronavirus outbreak hit nightclubs in the South Korean capital of Seoul, health officials quickly unleashed their version of the Navy Seals — elite teams of epidemiologists, database specialists and laboratory technicians.
Source: Does Contact Tracing Work? South Korea Proves It Does – Bloomberg
A once-abandoned Google service is finding new life — and deserves a second look.
Source: Google Voice deserves your attention (again) | Computerworld
Homebound scientists were looking for ways to help battle the pandemic. I put out a call on Twitter, and the Covid-19 Dispersed Volunteer Network was born.
Source: Coronavirus Researchers Are Dismantling Science’s Ivory Tower—One Study at a Time
Unqork, designed to let organizations build web apps without code, has helped the two cities quickly build websites and databases for coronavirus aid.
Source: Unqork helped D.C. and NYC build COVID-19 websites within days
Superforecasters, a new type of expert network, is radically improving executive judgment.
Source: New Expert Networks Like Superforecasters Dramatically Improve Executive Decision Making
A business bigger than Big Tech needs to adapt as student numbers drop and learning from home exposes poor value for money.
Source: College Inc. Faces a Sticker-Price Reckoning
Fed up with the rising cost and declining quality of Apple laptops, I migrated to Microsoft. It has been both a total joy and a complete pain in the neck.
Source: What Happened When I Switched From Macs to Windows
Companies are racing to build surveillance systems that can monitor indoor spaces for excessive crowds and unmasked people.
Source: AI surveillance cameras for social distancing are coming