Crypto.com Says 483 Accounts Hacked, $35 Million Stolen

Just days after a hack that impacted user accounts, Crypto.com is revealing more details on the extent of the attack.

SAP’s Cloud Revenue Grew 28% in Q4

SAP will release its fourth-quarter results next week, but the company has already revealed its Q4 cloud revenue grew a whopping 28%.

Women’s Group Criticizes Sen. Klobuchar’s Antitrust Bill

The American Innovation and Choice Online Act, a bipartisan bill aimed at reigning in Big Tech, is receiving criticism from an unlikely source.

Google Search Console Now Has Page Experience For Desktop

Google has unveiled a dedicated ‘Desktop’ section in the Page Experience reports of its Search Console.

GoDaddy Back in the News for Super Bowl Ads

Domain name registrar and web hosting provider GoDaddy appears to be really making a name for itself based on controversial Super Bowl ads. In fact, one could ponder whether or not the general public would have such a distinct idea of what GoDaddy even is, if it were not for its Super Bowl controversies. Something tells me that’s just fine with GoDaddy. The company seems to feed off this stuff.

Steve Jobs On Google: An Evil Antagonist?

Two important tech corporations that used to be friends may now officially be at war.  Although an exact quote’s proven difficult to come by, Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been quoted as saying that Google’s an aggressor, and even implying that the company is in the habit of doing evil things.

Netflix Reaches Deal With Indie Film Distributors

Netflix said today it has reached deals with a number of distributors of independent film that will give its members the option to instantly watch hundred of new indie titles.

Netflix said it has reached non-exclusive licensing agreements to stream films from distributors The Criterion Collection, Gravitas Ventures, Kino Lorber, Music Box Films, Oscilloscope Laboratories and Regent Releasing.

Firefox Finally Goes Mobile

Mozilla has launched the first mobile version of the Firefox web browser. This is now available for the Nokia N900 device, supported on Nokia’s Maemo 5 platform.

Features of Firefox for mobile include: