Jeep (same) Amazon (+10) Walmart (+6) American Express and MSNBC (same, +2) Clorox and Netflix (new, new) Disney and Levi Strauss (-4, -1) Ford and The New York Times (-4, +1) Fox News (+2) Hershey’s and Purell (-2, new) Coca-Cola and The Washington Post (-6, +6) Coors and USAA (+3, new) AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon (-5, new, new) Apple, Domino’s, and Zoom (+4, new, new) Jack Daniels and Ralph Lauren (-3, -3) Twitter (-3) Progressive Insurance and Sam Adams (new, +2) Dunkin’, KFC, and Pepsi (-4, -3, -3) Google (+8) Colgate and Gatorade (+3, +7) 7th Generation (+7) GEICO and Old Navy (new, same) Kellogg’s (-2) Nike and Wrangler (same, +4) Craftsmen Tools (-2) Allstate and Farmers (new, new) Home Depot (new) Chick-fil-A and McDonald’s (-12, -12) New Balance (same) Campbell’s Soup (new) Starbucks (-5) … [Read more...] about Can you guess what Fox News and Netflix have in common?
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The goal is to help easily inform users about the facts of a subject instead of limiting them to manually having to fact-check the claims themselves. It’s a nice feature for today’s world, especially considering just how much misinformation is floating around out there about things like COVID-19 and face masks. WhatsApp says the new fact-checking tool will roll out to users today in Brazil, Italy, Ireland, Mexico, Spain, the U.K., and the U.S. To use it, you just need to make sure you’ve updated to the latest version of WhatsApp on your smartphone. … [Read more...] about WhatsApp now lets users fact-check forwarded messages right in the app
In today’s COVID-19 reality, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hip-hop retelling of American Revolutionary history is arguably the cultural event of the summer. While there’s been some fun stuff so far, such as Judd Apatow’s The King of Staten Island and Trolls World Tour, both of which decided to go digital-first after theaters closed, there has yet to be any single movie that has united watchers in a virtual water-cooler moment of chatter and excitement. (On the TV front, there have been cultural splashes like Tiger King and The Last Dance.) … [Read more...] about How to watch ‘Hamilton’ for free on Disney Plus: You can’t, and here’s why
Facebook And here’s the weakest link. Zuckerberg is unlikeable and untrustworthy. His second-in-command, Sheryl Sandberg, fell from favor years ago. And Facebook’s underlying value proposition is far more dubious than its peers. Amazon gets you toothpaste overnight. Apple makes cool phones. Google lets you find anything in seconds. But Facebook? Sure, you can keep tabs on your best friend from third grade or see photos of your great aunt’s cat. But you’re also constantly wading into pools of anger and hate. The whole experience can feel icky. … [Read more...] about Zuck, Bezos, Cook: Who takes the fall in D.C.’s antitrust games?
India's testing rate lower than other nations, says WHO Chief Scientist Soumya Swaminathan Top 8 cities to add nearly 10 million square feet of data centre space in 2-3 years Minimum Rs 500 crore net worth must for licence to sell petrol, diesel to retail, bulk users … [Read more...] about Decision in reopening Metros likely in two weeks: Hardeep Singh Puri