Roku Enables Nielsen Four-Screen Measurement

Roku has enabled Nielsen four-screen measurement across traditional TV, connected TV, mobile, and desktop.

6 Criteria to Choose The Right Payment Gateway For Your E-Commerce Business

With all of the options out there, how do you navigate to the right payment gateway for your e-commerce solution?

Report: 1 in 2 Android Apps Share User Data With Third Parties

Android apps continue to be a privacy nightmare, with 1 in 2 apps on the Google Play Store sharing user data with third parties.

A Guide to Sheets For Better Sleep

If you’re not sleeping right, it may be your sheets. Learn more on how to put yourself to rest with the guide to sheets below.

New York to Require Zero Emission Passenger Vehicles by 2035

New York has joined California in requiring that all new passenger vehicles sold in the state be zero emissions by 2035.

Linux Distro Reviews: Xfce

Xfce is one of the oldest desktop environments (DE) available for Linux, but it is still going strong as a top contender for modern users.

Google Is ‘Winding Down’ Its Stadia Game Service

After months of rumors and denials, Google is officially “winding down” its Stadia game service.

Microsoft Is Killing Off SwiftKey for iOS

Microsoft is killing off its SwiftKey predictive keyboard for iOS, with plans to remove it from the App Store as of October 5.

What is USDT and How to Invest in it?

If you are looking for the latest financial trends, it is a good idea to learn how to invest in USDT. Learn more in the article below.

Linux Distro Reviews: Gnome

Gnome is the most popular desktop environment (DE) available for Linux, but it is easily the most controversial and the hardest to rate.

Baby Boomer Business Retirees: The Future of Small Business

What happens when baby boomer businesses and retirees move on? Read on to the following article to see who will pick up the slack.

Intel Wants Apple Back As a Customer

Intel has made it clear that it wants Apple back as a customer, despite Apple moving full speed ahead with its own chips.

Amazon Wants Call Center Employees to Work From Home So It Can Close Offices

Amazon is bucking a trend among some of the biggest tech companies, urging its call center employees to work from home.

Amazon Raising Front-Line Worker Pay to an Average of $19 per Hour

Amazon is raising starting pay for front-line workers, paying them an average of $19 per hour at a cost of nearly $1 billion.

Why College Mergers are Increasing

With attendance rates down, many colleges have been forced to close. Others, however, have taken the step of colleges merging.

How to Start Trading BTC

Buying Bitcoin doesn’t have to be a complicated endeavor. Learn some tips about trading BTC in the article below.

Cloudflare Launches $1.25 Billion Fund to Help Startups and Challenge AWS

Cloudflare is going to great lengths to capture more of the startup market, launching a $1.25 billion fund.

Top 5 Investment Apps in 2022

It’s a wide open world out there when it comes to investing. See some of the top investment apps in the article below.

More Android Apps Were Abandoned Than Updated in the Last Six Months

The Google Plays Store has a problem, with more Android apps abandoned in the last six months than those updated.

Microsoft Adding Pop-Outs to Teams Meetings

Microsoft is making it that much easier to multitask while in Teams meetings, working on a feature to pop-out meetings.