Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai Will Not Be Questioned in Privacy Suit

Google scored a major victory in the privacy lawsuit it is facing in California, with a judge ruling that Sundar Pichai cannot be questioned.

T-Mobile & YouTube TV Partnership = Poor Customer Experience

T-Mobile opted to back YouTube TV (YTTV) when it ended its own TVision streaming service, but customers are being left in the cold.

Google Cloud Scores US Army As Google Workspace Customer

Google Cloud scored a major win in the cloud market as the US Army chooses Google Workspace for online collaboration.

Twitter Plans to Accept Elon Musk’s Proposal to Finish Original Deal

Twitter has signaled it intends to accept Elon Musk’s proposal to finalize a deal based on the original terms.

Amazon Freezes Corporate Retail Hiring for Remainder of 2022

Amazon is continuing its hiring freezes, pausing hiring in corporate retail for the remainder of 2022.

Digital Agency Growth: Navigating Growth for the Future

The future of small business is looking bright. Look ahead to the future of digital agency growth trends below.

Facebook Is Shutting Down Its Bulletin Newsletter Platform

Facebook is shutting down its Bulletin newsletter platform as the company looks to cut costs.

Elon Musk Reportedly Wants to Proceed With Original Twitter Deal

In what may be the most pointless legal exercise ever, Elon Musk now wants to proceed with his original deal to buy Twitter.

Supreme Court Kills Apple’s Attempt to Overturn Qualcomm’s Patents

The United States Supreme Court has killed Apple’s efforts to overturn Qualcomm’s patents, ending the iPhone maker’s long-standing legal battle.

EU Formally Adopts USB-C for Phones, Tablets, and Other Devices

The European Parliament has finalized the adoption of USB-C for charging small and mid-sized devices, including Apple’s iPhone.

White House Introduces AI Bill of Rights Blueprint

The White House has introduced a blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights in an effort to address some of the biggest issues with the tech.

Kim Kardashian is Launching a Private Equity Firm

It is notable to see that Kim Kardashian is establishing a private equity firm. Learn more about the details below.

Expedia Ends COVID Vaccine Mandate

Expedia has ended its COVID vaccine mandate, for both employees and visitors to its offices.

FCC Cracks Down on Carriers That Have Failed to Fight Robocalls

The FCC is getting serious about fighting robocalls, requiring other carriers to block calls from non-compliant ones.

Supreme Court Poised to Take Up Section 230 Tech Immunity

The United States Supreme Court is preparing to address Section 230-based tech immunity in a case that could forever alter the industry.

Disney Channels Are Back on Dish and Sling TV

Dish Network and Sling TV customers once again have access to Disney-owned channels after the two companies reached a tentative agreement.

Google Translate Shuts Down in China

Google Translate has shut down in China, leaving users without one of the best online translation services available.

LA School Systems Refuses to Pay Ransom, Hackers Release Data

Hackers followed through on their threats, releasing private information after the LA School system refused to pay a ransom.

The Pentagon Has a Bug Bounty Problem

The Pentagon has a bug bounty problem that can best be summed up with: the Pentagon is cheap.

Meta Must Pay $175M for Infringing on a Green Beret’s App

Most would tread carefully to avoid upsetting a Green Beret, but Meta evidently didn’t get the memo, choosing to copy his app.