Akamai Service Disruption Takes Down Major Websites

Some of the biggest websites on the internet were down, thanks to a service disruption at Akamai Technologies.

UAE Using Drones to Spark Rainfall

The United Arab Emirates is using drones in a unique way: to help generate rainfall.

FTC Unanimously Embraces Right to Repair

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has “unanimously voted to ramp up law enforcement against repair restrictions.”

SpaceX Owns Bitcoin and Ethereum Jumps on News Musk Owns Some

There were a number of revelations at The B Word conference, including that SpaceX owns Bitcoin and Elon Musk owns Ethereum.

Apple Employees Send Second Letter Protesting Return-to-Office Policy

Apple employees have sent a second letter to company leadership objecting to plans for a return to the office.

The Secondary Phone Repair Economy

The phone repair revolution is happening around us. The lifecycle of our phones is steadily increasing. With the rise in phone prices, less tempting new features, and revamped carrier contracts, Americans are keeping their phones for longer. Compared to 2016,…

LG Poised to Sell Apple iPhones In Its Stores

After exiting the smartphone market, LG is burying the hatchet with its one-time rival Apple and will sell iPhone in its stores.

Venmo Redesigns App to Remove Global Payments Feed

Venmo has redesigned its app to remove the global payments feed, after a high-profile incident in which President Biden’s account was discovered.

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