Apple will require unvaccinated employees to test for COVID-19 daily

Mariella Moon

Apple has yet to issue a mandate similar to Google’s that would require all employees to be vaccinated, but it’s tightening its COVID-19 protocols nonetheless. According to Bloomberg, the tech giant will start requiring all unvaccinated corporate employees to be tested for COVID-19 every time they have to work in the office instead of working … Read more

Trump plans to launch his own social media platform in early 2022

Mariella Moon

Former President Donald Trump has officially revealed that he’s launching his own social media in 2022, a few months after his aide told Fox News about his plans. He’s calling it TRUTH Social, and the platform is apparently part of his camp’s efforts to fight back against “the Big Tech companies of Silicon Valley, which … Read more

Prosimo claims to offer industry’s first autonomous multicloud networking

Prosimo claims to offer industry's first autonomous multicloud networking

With more organizations embracing the cloud for operations, simplifying multicloud networking is key to empowering cloud operations. Prosimo, an application experience infrastructure (AXI) company that delivers simplified multicloud infrastructure for distributed enterprise cloud journeys, recently released advanced features for App Transit, what it calls the industry’s only infrastructure for cloud environments that gives enterprises autonomous … Read more

Extreme heat is a growing concern for doctors around the world

Extreme heat is a growing concern for doctors around the world

Extreme heat is a huge worry for doctors and public health experts around the world, and it’s steadily become a bigger problem over time, according to a sweeping new climate report published today in the leading medical journal, The Lancet. The analysis, from 43 academic institutions and United Nations agencies, focuses on the threats the … Read more

Report: 47% of U.S. employees say they are underpaid

At a time when employers are struggling to fill more than 10.1 million open positions while colleges experience the lowest enrollment numbers in more than a decade, a new survey conducted by educational software provider Jenzabar finds that 47% of U.S. adults believe they are underemployed, underpaid, and seek more affordable, flexible education to acquire … Read more

PSA: You can stream Dune a day early on HBO Max

PSA: You can stream Dune a day early on HBO Max

After numerous delays — and considerable vitriol from director Denis Villeneuve himself — Dune is finally about to stream on HBO Max. In fact, it’s arriving a day early: October 21st at 6PM ET / 3PM PT, a rep confirms to The Report Door. Hope you’re hearing soon enough to schedule your watch party! Note … Read more

Two SIM swappers phished a phone company so they could steal $16K in crypto

Two SIM swappers phished a phone company so they could steal $16K in crypto

Twenty-year-old Kyell Bryan of Pennsylvania has pleaded guilty to aggravated identity theft for a SIM swapping and cryptocurrency theft scheme, according to the United States Attorney’s Office of the District of Maryland. According to the initial indictment statement, in June 2019, Bryan, who was 19, conspired with Jordan K. Milleson, then 21, and others. The … Read more

Former cybersecurity leader says U.S. government can improve cybersecurity for all

Former cybersecurity leader says U.S. government can improve cybersecurity for all

Former U.S. Department of Homeland Security cybersecurity leader Christopher Krebs laughed off the question without comment at the IT Symposium hosted by research firm Gartner this week: “How would you prefer to be fired, in-person or via Twitter?” Krebs was famously fired by Donald Trump for disagreeing with claims of election fraud following the 2020 … Read more