Here is the heise online news with Isabel Grünewald Desperately looking for IT developers The operators of the internet platform for software developers Stack Overflow have German companies asked about their needs and challenges in IT recruiting. The result is sobering, at least from the company's perspective. Only 5.8% answered the question "Find enough candidates for vacancies Positions?
" with yes. Lawsuit against "Google" trademarks before the US Supreme Court The term "googling" is now generally used to search the Internet, it says in an application to the US Supreme Court. The search engine leader must therefore be stripped of his trademark "Google".
Applicants see the term Google in a row, for example with aspirin or teleprompter. These names are no longer protected, at least in the United States, after being too generic and no longer stood specifically for a single brand. The US government does not want data on visitors to a Trump-critical website A few days after it became known that the US Department of Justice apparently all Withdrawing visitors to a Trump-critical website now follows: The extent the search warrant was not clear. This was announced by the affected web host Dreamhost. WeChat wants to enter the US market through the back door WeChat is number one in China, but still far behind in Europe and the USA.
Chinese tourists and the payment service WeChat are now supposed to help them conquer the market Pay should serve as a back door. American sellers who register as WeChat merchants can now make payments from accept Chinese tourists or students. You can find this and all other current news on heise.de .
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