Apple Users Should Update Their Devices Immediately

Apple has released updates to iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and watchOS that fix a major vulnerability in Safari.

Predictive Forecasting For Ecommerce In 2022

Ecommerce has been growing at a faster pace than traditional shopping, and there’s no sign of it slowing down. Research indicates that eCommerce sales will account for 16% of the total retail market in 2022– a figure far higher than…

Intel Wins Massive EU Antitrust Case, Overturning €1 Billion Fine

Intel has scored a major legal victory in the EU, overturning a 12 year-old verdict that resulted in a €1 billion fine.

Android Apps Are Finally Coming to Windows 11 Next Month

Microsoft has announced that Android apps, along with a slew of other improvements, are finally coming to Windows 11 next month.

Opera Scoops Up Mobile Advertising Firm AdMarvel

Opera announced today that it has acquired mobile advertising firm AdMarvel. Opera says the acquisition will enable it to expand its portfolio of products and services to include "highly scalable ad monetization services" for Opera branded mobile products and services.

More Reporters Using Facebook And Twitter For Story Research

The majority of reporters and editors now depend on social media sources when researching their stories, according to a new survey by Cision and George Washington University.

Among the journalists surveyed, 89 percent said they turn to blogs for story research, 65 percent to social media sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn, and 52 percent to microblogging services such as Twitter. In addition, 61 percent use Wikipedia.

Twitter COO Effectively Rules Out 2010 IPO

There’s almost no way Twitter will go public this year, according to the company’s COO, and it may not do so in the next couple of years, either.  The focus, instead, is supposed to be on firming up and building out the business side of things.

Is the New York Times Jumping the Gun on Paid Content?

There has been a lot of talk of late about how the New York Times would probably be moving towards a paid model for its online content. The newspaper has now come right out and said that starting in early 2011, visitors to NYTimes.com will get "a certain number of articles" for free every month, before asking to pay a flat fee for unlimited access. Subscribers to the print edition would receive full access to the site for no additional charge.