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Stephanie laments that spicy has become ubiquitous in our food culture.
They had just been asked to explain how prepared the team was to lose the ability to track many of the people who use some of the world’s most ubiquitous technologies — Apple’s mobile devices.
Product recommendations are ubiquitous across ecommerce and typically account for two-to-three percent of ecommerce revenue.
The bikes became ubiquitous on the streets and sidewalks of China’s biggest cities, and the startups attracted billions in investments, turning founders like Dai Wei, the CEO of Ofo, into celebrity entrepreneurs.
She’s right, and I loved the way she made me reevaluate this piece of technology that’s become so ubiquitous because of the pandemic.
SolarWinds is the maker of a nearly ubiquitous network management tool called Orion.
No outside services can scrutinize what people are up to on GitHub, and that ever-present consent form, ubiquitous around the web, is gone.
A final note about shopping for the best Android tabletDespite being ubiquitous, Apple is not the only option when it comes to tablets.
Bing is by no means a success story, despite what Microsoft’s PR team claims, and it continues to pale in comparison in terms of economic performance and market power to Google’s ubiquitous search platform.
COULD APPLE BUILD A SEARCH ENGINE THAT COMPETES WITH GOOGLE?BY HAMZA MUDASSIR/THE CONVERSATIONDECEMBER 15, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Until vaccines are ubiquitous, we’ll need to prioritize who gets them first and who has to wait.

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