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    • EU talks with Valvena could secure 60m vaccines January 13, 2021
      The European Commission concluded exploratory talks with the French biotech company Valneva Tuesday, with a view to purchasing its potential vaccine against COVID-19, manufactured in Scotland.
    • Brussels consults on EU targets to restore Europe's biodiversity January 13, 2021
      The EU Commission made a bid Monday to restore Europe's damaged ecosystems and help tackle climate change, as it launched a public consultation on legally binding nature restoration targets for the EU.
    • EIB announces EUR 300m investment in space January 13, 2021
      The European Investment Fund and the EU Commission announced investment of some EUR 300 million into the European space sector Wednesday, supporting ground-breaking innovation in the industry.
    • EU clears 'safe and effective' Moderna vaccine against COVID-19 January 11, 2021
      The EU Commission granted conditional marketing authorisation for the COVID-19 vaccine developed by US firm Moderna Wednesday, making it the second COVID-19 vaccine authorised in the Union.
    • EU-China reach agreement on investment January 11, 2021
      Following intensive negotiations carried out by the European Commission, the EU and China concluded in principle at the end of 2020 negotiations for a Comprehensive Agreement on Investment.
    • EUR 20m to help European SMEs maximise IP assets January 11, 2021
      As of Monday, small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) were able to apply for financing under a EUR 20 million grant scheme to help EU companies to make better use of intellectual property rights.
    • Portuguese EU presidency aims for green recovery January 6, 2021
      Portugal took over the European Union's presidency on 1 January, promising to lead the EU out of the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic under the motto of a "fair, green and digital recovery".
    • EU-UK agree historic trade deal January 4, 2021
      Four and a half years after the 2016 Brexit referendum, the British Government and the EU Commission agreed Thursday a historic trade and security deal as part of the UK's future cooperation with the EU.
    • Brussels sets out recommendations for sustainable farming January 4, 2021
      The EU Commission published recommendations Friday for each EU Member State to assist in the drafting of their Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) strategic plans, accompanied by a Communication.
    • EU fish quotas agreed for Atlantic, North Sea, Med and Black Sea December 18, 2020
      EU ministers reached agreement Thursday on catch limits for over 200 commercial fish stocks in the Atlantic, North Sea, Mediterranean and the Black Sea for 2021 and, for deep-sea species, for 2021-22.

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Like a Boss: 5 Tools Every Team Manager and Leader Needs

It’s not easy being the boss. Whether you are in charge of a two-person team or you head a large department or office, it’s a stressful job. Get a little help from technology to ensure you are doing things right. From essential checklists to understanding and executing your duties, these apps and guides have it… read more »

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As a Windows user, you’ll occasionally run into problems: unresponsive windows, high CPU usage, high disk usage, suspicious apps, etc. When that happens, the Windows Task Manager should be your first line of defense. Unfortunately, the Windows Task Manager isn’t very impressive. Did it receive a bunch of enhancements with Windows 10? Yes. Does it… read more »

It’s Time to Drop LastPass: How to Migrate to a Better Password Manager

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7 Password Manager Superpowers You Aren’t Using

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ES File Explorer: Is It the Best File Manager for Android?

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This Task Manager Will Handle Whatever You Throw at It

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How to Use Pass, the Ultimate Open-Source Password Manager

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Which Linux Package Manager (and Distro) Is Right for You?

As a new Linux user, you may be completely overwhelmed with the sheer number of choices you have when it comes to distributions you can install to your computer. What is the difference between Ubuntu, Fedora, OpenSUSE, Sabayon, or Arch? Ultimately, the short answer is: package management. Each distro offers users a unique method of… read more »

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