iPhone 13 to Bring mmWave Support to International Models

The iPhone 13 will reportedly widen support for mmWave, brining it to iPhones sold internationally, rather than just the US models.

IBM Reports First Quarter Results, Beats Wall Street Expectations

IBM has beat Wall Street expectations, returning to revenue growth after four quarters of declines.

J.P. Morgan Raises Alphabet Price Target

J.P. Morgan has raised the price target for Alphabet stock to $2,575 from $2,390, citing the company’s fundamentals.

Xbox Cloud Gaming for iOS and PC Entering Beta

Microsoft has announced its Xbox Cloud Gaming will enter beta Tuesday, giving users the opportunity to test the service on PCs and iOS devices.

Yahoo Tech Slated For March Shutdown

As Yahoo continues to reconsider exactly which properties are core to the company, Yahoo Tech has failed to make the cut.  The site has been given an end-of-life date, and everything of value (including visitors) will just be used to provide another Yahoo asset a lift.

Search Engines Impact Perception Of Brands

The search engine consumers use to find a brand’s website impacts both their perception of that brand and the decisions they make while on the site, according to new research by Wunderman, ZAAZ, and Compete.

"Search begins with the choice of search engine," said David Sable, vice chairman and COO of Wunderman. "What this means if you are managing a brand is this: you need to know how consumers relate to Bing, Yahoo! or Google and how that reflects on you."

How Over 400 Million People Use Facebook

Last week, as Facebook celebrated its sixth birthday, the company announced that it was surpassing the 400 million-user milestone. That’s one good reason why it pays for businesses to have Facebook Pages. That’s not the only impressive number though.

Facebook has released a whole slew of statistics about how the site is used by those people. Following are those statistics:

UK’s Department Of Health Reveals $4.25m AdWords Tab

Google users in the UK may be unusually well-informed with regards to their government’s healthcare policies.  The Department of Health revealed this week that it spent about £2.72 million (or $4.25 million at the current exchange rate) on AdWords over the past year.

To be exact: the department spent £2,720,457.11 between February 1 of last year and January 31 of this one, according to official records.  And a whopping 21,939 keywords (including ones like "health information" and "stop smoking") were covered by its campaign.

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