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Although employee departures continue to plague the workforce, according to the results of an Express Employment Professionals survey, 48 per cent of U.S. hiring managers say their company is experiencing increased turnover, up from 44 per cent in late 2021.

Amazon and Apple set to return to advertise on Twitter

According to reports, e-commerce juggernauts Amazon and Apple plan to resume advertising on Twitter, with Amazon spending around $100 million per year.

Google Rust code paying off, reducing memory related flaws

Since 2019, Google has been integrating code written in the Rust programming language into its Android operating system, and its efforts have paid off in the form of fewer vulnerabilities, with more than half of memory-related flaws reduced, a milestone that coincides with Google’s switch from C and C++ to the memory-safe programming language, Rust.

Intel invests in research to achieve breakthrough in packaging improvements

Intel researchers have announced a number of technological innovations and concepts, including packaging improvements that could result in computer chips that are ten times as powerful as today’s most advanced silicon.

Hackers using fake crypto app to install to install the AppleJeus malware

Hackers backed by North Korea’s government attempted to infect the computers of hundreds of people working in a variety of industries, including news media, IT, cryptocurrency, and financial services, Google said.

EU to allow calls on flights

The European Commission ruled that airlines can offer 5G technology alongside slower mobile data on board planes.

Apple to move supply chain outside of China

Following China’s strict COVID-19 policy and the November mass worker protests at its Foxconn factory, Apple is moving quickly to shift some of its production outside of China.

Activision Blizzard game testers forms trade union

Activision Blizzard’s unit, Blizzard Albany and its game testers have voted to unionize.

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