Kaspersky Security Cloud vs. Norton 360 Deluxe: Which Security Suite Protects Your Devices Best?

Laveta Brigham

Antivirus, firewall, spam filter, identity protection—there are a vast number of protective functions that make up a security suite. In addition, the average modern household has a ton of devices to protect. That’s where a cross-platform multi-device security suite comes in. This type of utility packs all the protection you’ll need and lets you apply it to all your devices, whether they run Windows, macOS, Android, or iOS. Kaspersky Security Cloud and Norton 360 Deluxe are our Editors’ Choice picks in this category, but only one of them can be the best. Which is it?

The Pricing Problem

Kaspersky costs $99.99 per year for licenses to protect five devices. Norton costs $104.99 per year (up from $99.99) for licenses to protect five devices. So, they cost about the same, right?

Well, it’s more complicated than that. You pay $149.99 for a Kaspersky family license that protects up to 10 devices.

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Rebel Wilson and New Boyfriend Jacob Busch Make Their Red Carpet Debut – E! Online

Laveta Brigham

Rebel Wilson just made a very glamorous red carpet debut with her new boyfriend Jacob Busch.

On Thursday, Sept. 24, the JoJo Rabbit actress attended the Monte-Carlo Gala For Planetary Health in Monte-Carlo, Monaco, with new guy Jacob as her date. Rebel donned a gown from the Rene Ruiz Collection for the event, which raises money for environmental initiatives and promotes sustainable development. Earlier that day, she and Jacob were seen hanging out on a helicopter pad with stars like Kate Beckinsale and Helen Mirren on Rebel’s Instagram. 

“Quick Helen, get to the chopper! #TeamMonaco,” Rebel joked in her Instagram caption. 

Jacob, who hails from the Anheuser-Busch brewing dynasty, previously dated Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Adrienne Maloof. They ended their relationship in 2017.

According to a source for People, Rebel and Jacob met through friends last year in Australia and got serious after Rebel returned to

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TerraCycle CEO Tom Szaky on why ‘caring’ about recycling isn’t enough

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Tom Szaky will be speaking at our online event, TNW 2020 about the impact COVID-19 has had on waste management and recycling. To find out more about his talk and the other speakers you can see with your (free) ticket, check out our tracks here.

Waste is an omnipresent problem — something that simultaneously impacts our environment, global economy, and personal lives. Given that plastic waste alone is projected to be as high as 53 billion pounds a year by 2030, we cannot ignore it. According to TerraCycle CEO Tom Szaky, the problem isn’t that we’re ignoring, it the problem is that it’s physically difficult for the individual to do anything about it.

Szaky says waste has always been a problem, but public awareness really went up in the 21st century, as the rise of internet interest in things such as the impact of waste and ocean plastics

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The best Android Auto head units for 2020

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Goldman Sachs Predicts Over 40% Rally for These 3 Stocks

A new wave of optimism is splashing onto the Street. Investment firm Goldman Sachs just gave its three-month stock forecast a boost, lifting it from Neutral to Overweight, with it also projecting “high single-digital returns” for global stocks over the next year.What’s behind this updated approach? Goldman Sachs strategist Christian Mueller-Glissmann cites the impressive rebound in global earnings growth and reduced equity costs as the drivers of the estimate revision. On top of this, a “broader procyclical shift” in stocks and other assets could take place during the remainder of this year.“We have shifted more cyclical on sectors and themes tactically but still prefer growth vs. value on a strategic horizon… In the near-term, elevated uncertainty on U.S. elections and a better global growth outlook might benefit non-U.S. equities more, but in the medium term a large weight in

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Online Semester Marred by Technical Difficulties, Increased Workloads

Laveta Brigham

“After waiting in the waiting room for what seemed like forever, I was excited to get to class and ask questions,” Joju Olojede (24C), a freshman studying remotely in Texas, said. “But the second I got into class the WiFi decided to surprise me and randomly shut off, leaving me in a panic to get it up and running so I can return to class.”

As students and faculty weather the virtual learning environment that carried over from the spring semester, internet issues, time zone differences and a lack of personal connection are now commonplace among the college experience.

With on-campus residential density reduced to under 25%, student social interactions have been significantly altered.

“It’s hard not to feel like I’m spending 24 hours a day staring at my computer screen when I’m not getting the social interaction I used to while I was at home,” Zoe Bienert (23C) who

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Major conferences are shipping swag to your door as Covid-19 shuts down business events industry

Laveta Brigham

The media summit swag bag is likely a money-loser after factoring in shipping costs, Rosenbaum said, but there is hope it could drive more late interest and sales for the event. Recipients have been posting pictures of the swag bag on social media, he said, getting the event in front of more people.

 

Zoom and a host of other videoconferencing platforms have made it relatively easy to shift event programming online. But the events are competing for attention with Netflix, children, dinner and other distractions. Without the perks of letting people pass business cards and chat over pastries, virtual events are left asking a smaller audience to pay chopped-down ticket prices. Online conferences pull in about 13% of the revenues expected for in-person equivalents, according to a September report from the Center for Exhibition Industry Research, a trade group. The same report projected that large business events are unlikely to

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Apex Legends tips and tricks

Laveta Brigham

Apex Legends has experienced a surge in interest over the past few months. Millions of players are flocking to EA’s battle royale game, and it’s easy to see why. As a quality free-to-play game, Apex Legends sells itself, but beyond that, it offers a few interesting twists on the battle royale format. Looting and shooting is still at the core of Apex Legends, but you’ll need more than that to make it to the winner’s circle. Here are the best tips and tricks for getting started in Apex Legends. 

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Caustic, Lifeline, and Mirage | Choosing a legend | Apex Legends beginners guide
Caustic, Lifeline, and Mirage | Choosing a legend | Apex Legends beginners guide

Apex Legends has 14 playable characters to choose from. Each legend has a passive, tactical, and ultimate ability. Besides those perks, all legends play the same. They move at the same speed and can pick up and use the same gear. Just know

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A New Medical Van Wants To Connect People In Public Housing With Healthcare Providers : NPR

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United Medical Center’s mobile medical van parked outside the Greenleaf public housing complex in Southwest D.C.

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Carl Goggins feels like he can’t be careful enough when it comes to the coronavirus. Apart from the danger the virus poses to him as a 67-year-old, he worries what would happen if he fell ill.

“I live by myself,” said Goggins. “Ain’t nobody gonna come to the door.”

So when a mobile medical van offering coronavirus testing arrived in the parking lot of Greenleaf Gardens, the public housing complex where Goggins lives in Southeast D.C., he jumped at the opportunity to get a test, even though he’s had several this summer and he didn’t currently have any COVID-19 symptoms.

The van is part of a new project led by the D.C. Housing Authority in collaboration with area hospitals. It’s meant to make coronavirus testing more

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How much does Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague earn?

Laveta Brigham

Love Island 2019 contestants Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury might not have walked away with the £50,000 prize money at the end of their series, but the couple haven’t done too badly when it comes to post-villa earnings. And when we say ~too badly~, we mean the pair have been absolutely raking it in.

What is Molly-Mae’s net worth?

Before we even get to Instagram earnings, let’s not forget the huge deals Molly-Mae’s done with big brands like Pretty Little Thing. After leaving Love Island, the 21-year-old influencer landed a sponsorship deal with the online fashion retailer, which was reportedly worth £500,000. Then there was her deal with Beauty Works Hair Extensions which she secured straight after leaving the villa, and in late 2019 she also launched her very own line of tanning products. This September, she hit more than one million YouTube subscribers, which means she’ll now also

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Why Personal Branding Is More Important Than Ever

Laveta Brigham

We all have our own personal brand from the way we present ourselves on social media to our LinkedIn profiles. This is the way we attract people onto our profiles ad how we open ourselves to different opportunities. But now it seems like personal branding is more important than ever and you can guess what has caused this. Yes, the worldwide pandemic. With more people at home there has been an increase in people polishing their personal brand and the way they presented themselves on the internet. However, this isn’t something new and has always been an important thing to consider. This article will give you an insight into why and how personal branding is more important than ever and why (if you already haven’t) should be maintaining your personal brand.

Unfortunately, many people have experienced being made redundant from their jobs when

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