E3 2023 Cancelled After Major Companies Skip the Event
E3 2023, one of the biggest gaming events of the year, has been cancelled after the industry’s biggest names said they will be skipping the event.
Google Accuses Microsoft of Anti-Competitive Cloud Practices
Google Cloud is calling out Microsoft for what it calls “a very anti-competitive posture in cloud.”
Ethereum Shanghai Upgrade Is Close: What Does It Mean For The Ethereum Ecosystem?
What does the Shanghai upgrade mean for the Ethereum ecosystem? Read on to the article for more information.
‘Insanely Broad’ RESTRICT Act Could Be Used to Ban VPNs, Other Services
With the US on the verge of passing the RESTRICT Act, which would allow it to ban TikTok, experts are warning it is “insanely broad.”
Opera Releases New SDKs and New Browser
Opera is unveiling three new releases at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. This includes two new software development kits (SDKs), the Opera Devices 10.15 SDK for Linux and Windows CE (WinCE) platforms, and the company’s new standalone browser, Opera Devices 10 for WinCE (beta).
Global Consumers Willing To Pay For Some Online Content
Many global consumers are willing to pay for some online content or are open to increased advertising, but attitudes vary greatly by geography, demographics and content type, according to a new survey by Nielsen.
Nielsen polled more than 27,000 consumers in 54 countries to determine attitudes about paying for online content and to gauge what types of content consumers were most likely to support financially.
HP Unveils New Touch Notebook and Some New Minis
HP unveiled a few new mobile devices today at CES. These include a new TouchSmart notebook, and a handful of minis.
Google Reader’s Mobile Interface Upgraded
Google’s announcements relating to mobile didn’t end with the launch of the Nexus One yesterday. Google Reader received some updates that are intended to work within the world of cell phones (along with one Web interface upgrade), too.
The list of changes is fairly long, and all together, they do a good job of bringing the mobile version of Google Reader in line with the Web edition. For starters: Google added support for "liking," tagging, and sorting feeds according to items’ ages.