Amazon is shutting down popular camera review site DPReview.com, ending a 25-year run.
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Zippyshare File Hosting Service Is Shutting Down After 17 Years
Zippyshare, the popular file hosting service, is shutting down after 17 years of operation, despite 45 million monthly visits.
The CIO Is Now Central To The Business Strategy
The CIO now has become front and center and central to the business strategy, says Aongus Hegarty, President of International Markets at Dell Technologies. There has been a fundamental change in the role of the CIO.
Netherlands Follow US Lead in Chip War Against China
The Netherlands has joined the US chip war against China, restricting export of the country’s “most advanced” chips.
Germany Pushes Back Against EU Client-Side Scanning Plans
The EU Commission wants to roll out client-side scanning on consumers’ devices, but Germany is pushing back against the plan.
EU Considers Making Big Tech Pay For Infrastructure Upgrades
The EU Commission is considering a proposal that would see tech companies charged for network infrastructure upgrades.
Comcast Caught Giving Fake Coverage Data to FCC…Again
Comcast seems determined to maintain its status as one of America’s most hated companies, repeatedly misleading the FCC about its coverage.
Apple Secures TSMC’s Entire First Run of 3nm Chips
Apple reportedly bought up TSMC’s entire first run of 3nm chips, giving the iPhone maker a significant advantage over rivals.
SCOTUS Appears Reluctant to Overturn Section 230
The US Supreme Court appears reluctant to overturn Section 230, setting up a major win for tech firms and online platforms.
FTC Commissioner Resigns, Pens Scathing Op-Ed About Lina Khan
FTC Commissioner Christine Wilson is resigning, penning a scathing op-ed in The Wall Street Journal condemning Chairwoman Lina Khan.
Apple TV Users Can Now Accept iCloud Terms Without iOS Device
Apple has issued a support document clarifying that users can now accept iCloud terms via the web if they don’t have an iOS device.
Frontier Is Rolling Out 5 Gig Internet Nationwide
Frontier is staking claim to an industry-first, rolling out the first nationwide 5 gig internet service in the US.
UK Plans to Subsidize Domestic Semiconductor Production
The UK plans to subsidize its semiconductor industry in an effort to bring more production in-country.
Appliance Makers Can’t Understand Why Consumers Don’t Connect Them
Appliance makers are befuddled, wondering why consumers are choosing not to connect their appliances to the internet.
AWS and SAP Expand Partnership to Accelerate Digital Transformation
AWS and SAP have announced a new partnership aimed at helping customers accelerate their digital transformation.
Samsung Expands ‘Self-Repair’ to Include Galaxy S22 and Galaxy Book Pro Series
Samsung is expanding its Self-Repair program to include Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra family, and the Galaxy Book Pro 15” and Galaxy Book Pro 360 15” PCs.
Adobe CEO: Pandemic Was Inflection Point For Everything Being Digital
Shantanu Narayen, Chairman and CEO of Adobe, discusses how the pandemic has created another “inflection point” in the move toward digital transformation.
COVID Accelerated Digital Transformation, Says DocuSign CEO
We have seen significant acceleration since the COVID-19 pandemic, says DocuSign CEO Dan Springer. A significant portion of that (increase) was due to increase use cases from customers driving that digital transformation faster with services like DocuSign.
Apple Sued Over AirTags for Revolutionizing Scope of Stalking
Apple is once again under fire over its AirTags devices, with a class-action suit filed over their use in stalking.
Spectrum Is Experiencing an Outage
Spectrum users are reporting issues, with the internet service seeing a spike in outages early Tuesday morning.