Mozilla Prepping a Non-Webkit Version of Firefox for iOS

Google isn’t the only company prepping a non-Webkit version of its browser, with Mozilla taking similar action.

Zoom Is Laying Off 1,300 Employees

The poser-child for pandemic-fueled growth is joining the long list of companies letting employees go, with Zoom announcing 1,300 layoffs.

Microsoft Announces AI-Powered Bing and Edge Web Browser

As expected, Microsoft has taken the wraps off of the latest version of Bing, one that relies on artificial intelligence to provide answers.

T-Mobile Is Finally Killing Off Sprint SIM Cards

T-Mobile is finally killing off Sprint SIM cards, some three years after the magenta carrier purchased its rival.

Samsung’s Galaxy S23 Has Become the Definition of ‘Bloatware’

Samsung’s Galaxy S23 has become the definition of mobile bloatware, with a base install taking roughly 60GB.

Samsung Galaxy Phones Are Getting the February 2023 Update

Samsung’s Galaxy phones are finally getting the latest Android update, with the February 2023 update rolling out.

Sundar Pichai Unveils Google’s ChatGPT Answer: Bard

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai has unveiled Bard, Google’s conversational AI and answer to OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

Dell Laying Off 5% of Its Workforce

Dell is joining the ranks of companies laying off employees, with plans to let 5% of its workforce go.

Amazon CEO Andy Jassy Pivots Away From Bezos’ Number One Priority

Amazon CEO Andy Jassy is already making his mark on the company, including by focusing less on Jeff Bezos’ top priority.

What is important to know about the ELT and ETL processes?

What are the most important things to know when it comes to ELT and ETL processes? Learn more in the article below.

Rivian Turns to E-Bikes to Attain Profitability

Rivian is making an unusual sidestep from its electric automobile business, reportedly working on an e-bike.

macOS Ventura Bug Breaks Some SMB Connections

Some macOS users are experiencing a major bug, one that breaks SMB network connections.

Twitter Charging Businesses $1,000 to Keep Gold Verification

Twitter is reportedly implementing another major change, one that would see it charge $1,000 for businesses to maintain their gold verification.

Proposed Patch Would Disable Linux CPU Security Mitigations at Compilation

Debian developer Breno Leitao has proposed a Linux kernel patch that would allow developers to disable CPU security mitigations at compilation.

Google Is Prepping an iOS Browser That Uses Chrome’s Engine

Google’s engineers are reportedly working on an iOS version of Chrome that will use Chrome’s Blink rendering engine instead of iOS WebKit.

Deadbeat Company? Twitter Faces New Lawsuit for Unpaid Bill

Twitter has defaulted on another bill, this time for Innisfree M&A Incorporated, the company that advised it during Elon Musk’s purchase.

Colombian Judge Uses ChatGPT in Legal Decision

Judge Juan Manuel Padilla Garcia, of the First Circuit Court in the city of Cartagena, has become the first judge to use ChatGPT in a decision.

FTC May Launch Antitrust Lawsuit Against Amazon

The Federal Trade Commission is reportedly preparing an antitrust lawsuit against Amazon, the latest in regulators’ efforts to reign in Big Tech.

Google Brings VMware to Google Cloud

Google is rolling out support for VMware in Google Cloud in the form of “a Google-managed VMware platform.”

Activision Blizzard Will Pay $35M Fine Over Multiple Violations

Activision Blizzard has reached an agreement with the SEC to pay a $35 million fine over disclosure controls and whistleblower violations.