If you can figure out what’s happening in these new shots from Psych 2: Lassie Come Home, you might actually be a psychic. pic.twitter.com/sRC1Vq1z61
— Peacock (@peacockTV) June 25, 2020
Happy International Women in Engineering Day – today we want to celebrate the outstanding achievements of #womenengineers & we also want to encourage women to explore more #STEM opportunities to help us #ShapeTheWorld. #INWED20 – TAG a women engineer you know! #womenintech pic.twitter.com/SNT1UoguCA
— Hotwire Communications (@gethotwire) June 23, 2020
➢ US consumers had an average of 12 paid media and entertainment subscriptions pre-COVID-19.
➢ 80% of US consumers now subscribe to a paid streaming video service. They now pay for an average of four services, up from three pre-pandemic.
➢ 27% of US consumers cited using at least one free ad-supported streaming video service during the pandemic for budget-friendly entertainment.
➢ A third of US consumers and nearly half of Gen Z and Millennials said video games helped them get through this time.
“There are no health concerns that people should be thinking about. Verizon takes very seriously the health of the residents and the communities in which we build our networks… All of our facilities, including the small cells that we use for 5G are actually in compliance with FCC safety standards… I think what it is is about making sure we educate people on the application because with any new technology, you have to learn how to use it and how to use it to its maximum capacity and ability. Part of our job at Verizon is not only delivering you the connectivity, but making sure that you know how to apply it. – Verizon svp/chief corporate social responsibility officer Rose Stuckey Kirk speaking on 5G during Collision@Home