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.

New York Times Could Announce Paid Model This Week

New York magazine is reporting that the New York Times could be announcing its own move to a paid subscription model as early as this week. If this is the case, we may see more of the dominoes fall in this tenuous conversation. It seems that whenever anyone discusses even the threat of paid content online, a hush comes over the room and people start to whisper like they do when your creepy uncle shows up at the family reunion.

Report Suggests More Revenue, but Less Advertisers for Google

AdGooroo, a competitive intelligence agency, has released a new report, which indicates that there as has been a decrease in active advertisers for Google, despite projected Q4 gains.

Internet Users Favor Google Over Newspaper websites

Declines in U.S. newspapers’ print circulation will continue as consumers increasingly gravitate toward the Internet for news, according to new research from Outsell.

The firm predicts a 3.5 percent annual drop in both daily and Sunday circulation, leading to a low of 43 million Sunday newspaper readers by 2012, compared to more than 62 million in the early 1990s.

Digg Launches New Extensions for Firefox and Chrome

Digg has launched new extensions for the Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome web browsers.