Microsoft Making it Easier to Change Windows 11 Default Browser

Microsoft appears to be listening to feedback and criticism, making it easier to change the default web browser in Windows 11.

How to Get Consistent Growth in SEO

As more businesses are coming online, it has become important to pay more attention to SEO. You need to focus on the consistent growth of your website through SEO services.  If you are new to SEO and wondering how to…

US Diplomats Among Those Hacked by Pegasus Spyware

Apple has alerted 11 US diplomats that they are among those hacked by the NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware.

Apple’s M3 Chip Nears Production

Apple may have just released the M1 Pro and Max, but reports indicate the company’s M3 is nearing production.

Google Makes More Search Gains

December’s supposed to be a month of miracles, and – at least in terms of gaining market share – Google seems to have pulled off a minor one.  New Nielsen stats show that the search giant increased the distance between itself and competitors by a considerable amount.

Realtor.com Launches iPhone App

Realtor.com, the website for the National Association of Realtors, has launched a Real Estate Search iPhone app.

Users can search for every property listed on Realtor.com by price, location, property type, MLS ID number, square foot, lot size, open house events, distance from a user’s current location and age.

The real estate iPhone app allows users to send a link of a specific property via email, Twitter or Facebook to family, friends or a realtor.

Pingdom Names Facebook “Most Engaging Social Network”

Some people use their Facebook account like another email address, logging in, checking their messages, and logging out.  Others just add a couple of friends, skim a few status updates, and call it a day.  But data from Pingdom proves that Facebook does a far better job of engaging people than other social networks.

Less Than Half Of Americans Read A Daily Newspaper

Less than half (43%) of Americans say they read a daily newspaper, either online or in print almost everyday, according to a new report from Adweek Media and Harris Interactive.

Nearly three-quarters (72%) of Americans say they read one at least once a week while 81 percent read a daily newspaper at least once a month. Ten percent say they never read a daily