Apple’s latest wearable operating system WatchOS 7 has arrived on the Apple Watch ($399 at Apple), following an announcement at the tech giant’s annual event in September. Also announced at Apple’s “Time Flies” event were two new smartwatch models, the Apple Watch Series 6 and the more affordable Apple Watch SE. Originally revealed during its WWDC keynote earlier this summer, the WatchOS 7 update has been available as a public beta since August. Its new features include four new workouts within its Workout app, the ability to use Siri to translate several languages directly from your wrist, an automatic motion-sensitive hand-washing timer, expanded and sharable Watch face options from third-party developers, and a sleep tracker that
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There is a lot of talk about remote working these days, and indeed, it is a big topic. The pandemic has changed the way we work, have meetings and make decisions, as well as how we communicate and create connections with colleagues and clients. However, remote working is but one immediately obvious shift that has taken place recently and is likely here to stay. Looking at the bigger picture, remote working is just the tip of the iceberg.
From West To East
While manufacturing and labor-intensive jobs largely moved to Asia in the last couple of decades, recent trends indicate that highly skilled jobs are also migrating to Asia and out of Europe and the United States.A high level of education, multilingual skills, access to online learning and low cost of living have created a vast talent pool in Asian