Choosing the Right Small Business Printer

With all of the options out there in the market, how does a business owner choose the best small business printer for their needs?

Apple Music Sing Brings Karaoke to Apple Music

Karaoke fans are in for a treat, thanks to a new feature Apple is introducing called Apple Music Sing.

AWS CEO Pitches Cloud Cost Savings but Customers Not Convinced

AWS CEO Adam Selipsky is trying to convince customers that cloud computing can save them money, but many are unconvinced.

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.

Maryland Bans TikTok and Other Chinese and Russian Apps

Maryland has become the second state to ban TikTok over cybersecurity concerns, also banning other Chinese and Russian apps and services.

IBM Is Raising Storage Prices

IBM is raising the price of storage for customers outside the US, the latest indication of the effects of growing inflation.

Apple Delays Release of Apple Car to 2026, Limits Scope

Apple is dealing with an unusual setback, delaying the launch of the long-rumored Apple Car and reigning in the scope of the project.

Adobe/Microsoft Collaboration Brings Full PDF Support to Teams

Adobe and Microsoft are collaborating to bring full PDF viewing and editing support to Microsoft Teams.

Facebook Threatens to Remove US News Over Journalism Bill

Facebook is once again threatening to remove news from its platform, this time in the US in response to a journalism bill before Congress.

Microsoft May Build ‘Super App’ to Fight Apple/Google Search Deal

Microsoft is reportedly looking to build a “super app” in an effort to fight Apple and Google’s search deal and mobile dominance.

Xbox Game Studios Prices Increasing to $70 per Title

Microsoft is raising the prices of its Xbox Game Studios titles by $10, impacting new games starting in 2023.

Amazon Ordered to Stop Anti-Union Retaliation

Amazon’s anti-union efforts have been dealt a major blow, with a judge ordering the company to stop anti-union retaliation.

Stewart Butterfield, Slack Founder and CEO, Leaving Salesforce

Slack founder and CEO Stewart Butterfield has announced his departure from Salesforce, effective January 2023.

Verizon’s Fastest 5G Now Reaches More Than 175 Million

Verizon is catching up in the 5G wars, with the company now covering more than 175 million people with its fastest 5G Ultra Wideband.

Starshield: SpaceX’s Military Satellite Platform

SpaceX is launching a second line of satellites named “Starshield,” this one aimed at military and national security applications.

Foxconn Issues Accelerate Apple’s Plans to Diversify iPhone Production

Apple is stepping up its plans to diversify its iPhone production, moving more manufacturing out of China.

Ford Is Now the Second-Largest EV Maker

Ford has moved into second place among electric vehicle (EV) makers, passing Hyundai to take its place behind Tesla.

Rackspace Hosted Exchange Hit by ‘Security Incident’

Rackspace is dealing with a “security incident” involving its Hosted Exchange service, prompting the company to shut the service down.

The Growing Supplements Industry

The growth of the supplements industry is hard to ignore. Examine its rise to power in the information below.

Verizon Test Drive Lets Users Test Company’s 5G Network

Verizon is letting users test drive its 5G network without any commitment for 30 days