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How to see exactly which Google Chrome tabs, websites, and extensions are slowing down your computer

“Chrome extensions can also hog your CPU. You can stop an extension the same way you can stop a Chrome tab” writes Antonio Villas-boas for businessinsider.sg. But it’s also a good idea to go through your Chrome extensions and disable or remove those you don’t use by heading to the Chrome settings > More Tools > Extensions. Source: businessinsider.sg Share This:

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Ex-Tesla employees reveal the cryptic ways they learned they were getting laid off

“Once his colleague left the conference room, she gathered her belongings and was escorted out of the building” writes Mark Matousek for businessinsider.sg. At the time, he said Tesla would review its third-party contractors, though he didn’t discuss specific plans to lay off employees. If you’ve worked for Tesla and have a story to share, you can contact these reporters at [email protected] and [email protected] Source: businessinsider.sg Share This:

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6 expensive things that are totally worth the money

“As Business Insider previously reported, people arehappierwhen they spend their money on experiences rather than things” writes Audrey Noble for businessinsider.my. Despite this, Ma said that education is most definitely worth spending money on. “An investment in yourself is typically worth it,” Ma said. “Increasing your knowledge could ultimately increase your human capital – that is, how much money you’re able to command from your employer.We all like to be – or at the very least try to be – smart with our money.O’Connell said that it’s something she spends…

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Facebook’s policy chief sent this apology email to a woman who accused him of sexism just days before he quit

“Facebook’s vice president of communications and public policy, Elliot Schrage, sent an apology email to a female investor who accused him of sexism just days before announcing his departure” writes Jake Kanter for businessinsider.com. “I want to apologize directly for my comments when we met at the FB shareholder meeting,” Schrage wrote.His decision came just four days after investor Natasha Lamb accused him of dismissing her in a sexist way at the company’s shareholder meeting last month. Source: businessinsider.com Share This:

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‘This is depressing’: Trump’s agreement with Kim Jong Un falls short of the ‘denuclearization’ he wanted

“The agreement signed between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un comes up short of achieving meaningful action towards denuclearization, experts say” writes Tara Francis Chan for businessinsider.sg. Trump said North Korea promised to close additional missile testing sites in addition to the agreement on paper. “If this is it this is depressing,” Robert Kelly, a North Korea expert at Pusan National University tweeted about the Trump-Kim agreement. “This is even thinner than most skeptics anticipated. Source: businessinsider.sg Share This:

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Goldman Sachs used AI to simulate 1 million possible World Cup outcomes — and arrived at a clear winner

“Goldman then simulated 1 million variations of the tournament to calculate the probability of advancement for each squad” writes Joe Ciolli for businessinsider.my. The firm used machine learning to run 200,000 models, mining data on team and individual player attributes, to help forecast specific match scores.The Argentine superstar Lionel Messi once said: “In football … talent and elegance mean nothing without rigor and precision.” It’s a sentiment Goldman Sachs seems to have taken to heart when compiling its forecast for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, which is set to kick…

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The 5 most important announcements Apple made at its biggest conference of the year, and what they mean for the future

“Google, for instance, showed off a version of its Assistant at its own developers conference this year that can place calls for you and even book reservations” writes Dave Smith for businessinsider.my. Why it matters: Not every iOS app makes sense as a Mac app. Source: businessinsider.my Share This:

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People kicking these food delivery robots is an early insight into how cruel humans could be to robots

“Heinla told Business Insider that while most people like the robots, there are a few who take exception” writes Finanzen Net Gmbh for businessinsider.com. The company behind tiny food delivery robots has admitted that people are kicking its machines — and it’s an early insight into how cruel humans could be to robots.A source told Business Insider in 2016 that a member of the public once attempted to rip the flag from one of the robots that was out on a delivery.It makes 22-inch tall robots that roll along the…

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