US Chicago public school teachers are set to strike on April 1. But the Chicago Public Schools head would want their impending work stoppage to be put on hold when he stated on Friday that the district will postpone its controversial cost-cutting measure that affects the pension payments of teachers.
Following a series of complaints from irate customers, Amazon has chosen to bring back the encryption on its Fire devices. Consumers have criticized the company for the lack of security for the products it is selling in its website.
According to a press release, the Department of Agriculture of the United States has issued a recall order for "approximately 4,530 pounds of chicken nuggets products" made by Perdue Foods LLC for Applegate Farms.
Last year proved to be a bonanza for smartphones. If consumers think that 2015’s smartphones are the best, they need to think about what mobile phone makers such as Apple, Samsung and others have on their pipelines for 2016.
There is an ongoing negotiation between the New Jersey Transit and its rail workers’ union this week over wages and benefits. Both sides are trying to reach an agreement before the March 13 deadline where a potential strike looms if negotiations fail.
Netflix is willing to pay $2,000 per week to a lucky person who wants to travel the world and take pictures of his trip. This is an opportunity of a lifetime to those who want to travel the world for free.
Zeid Raad al-Hussein, United Nations Human Rights High Commissioner says the United States officials “risk unlocking a Pandora’s box” in their bid to compel Apple Inc to develop a software that will crack its iPhone’s security features.
The Volvo 2017 model will not be equipped with the most common thing that cars have – a key hole. It won’t have this opening since this modern car uses a smartphone to gain entry instead of a car key. Keys are already getting obsolete.
Is Toyota, the world’s largest car maker toying with the idea of being the first to produce a flying car? The Japanese auto maker has recently filed a patent, but did not actually refer to it as a flying car.
Unemployment for young college graduates known as the millenials has dramatically dropped in the past two years. However, many young workers are still facing great obstacles in achieving personal economic security.
An immigrant group in Jackson Heights is set to unveil a smartphone app that will benefit day laborers in the United States. With this new app, laborers will be able to rate employers such as Yelp or Uber and protect their wages.
U.S. workers are finally seeing the light as employers stepped up hiring last month. The country has infused the job market with an additional 242,000 jobs in February. The total number is much better than the 172,000 jobs added in January.