Worldwide Government Agencies Warn of MSP Cyberattacks

Managed service providers (MSPs) are coming under increased cyberattack, according to multiple government agencies worldwide.

How You Can Create An Effective Digital PR Plan

While it may look daunting at first, it is worth it to build an effective digital PR plan. Learn more tips below.

EU Proposes Most Privacy-Invasive Measure Yet to Tackle Child Abuse

The European Union (EU) has proposed a new set of rules to tackle child abuse, rules that are being criticized as the most invasive “ever deployed outside of China and the USSR.”

Tesla Recalls 130K Vehicles Over Blank Touchscreens

Tesla is recalling some 130,000 vehicles over touch screens that go blank as a result of an overheating issue.

Businesses Benefit as Customers Share Current Locations

Is the world really ready for geo-location? That’s a question that a lot of companies are answering with a resounding "yes." The rise of smartphones has led to a variety of businesses looking to cash in on your whereabouts. Smartphone users have their devices on them all day long, wherever they go. Naturally, these companies can find ways to capitalize on this.

As Companies Relax on Social Media, Threats Increase

Even as social media has grown to be a much more widely accepted form of communication among businesses over the years, there is still plenty of data out there depicting the flaws and setbacks that can occur when social networks are used in the business environment.

eBay to Make Changes to Seller Fees

eBay announced  that starting March 30, it will be "lowering the cost of selling for sellers of all sizes," a notion that is heavily disputed. The company claims it will introduce its lowest insertion fees ever, and that may be true for the lowest-priced auctions, but many are claiming prices are higher. Just read through the comments of this article to get a feel for what is being discussed.

Report: Google Planning “Aggressive” Pursuit Of AOL Deal

Last month, we learned that AOL’s CEO, ex-Googler Tim Armstrong, doesn’t intend to blindly renew AOL’s search deal with Google when it expires in December.  Google doesn’t appear ready to stand back and let Microsoft or some other company take its place, however.