Google Will Be Required to Delete False Search Results About People

EU citizens will have the ability to take back their online presence, thanks to a new ruling requiring Google to delete inaccurate results.

Upskilling the Workplace With Microlearning

Is your workplace ready to advance? If so, then learn how to upskill the company with microlearning int he article below.

Google Ad Manager Is Back Up After an Outage

Google had a major outage with its Google Ad Manager late Thursday evening, before fixing it more than two hours later.

Apple Adding End-to-End Encryption to iCloud, FBI Predictably Objects

Apple is finally adding a major feature to iCloud, upgrading its security to include end-to-end encryption (E2EE).

FTC Sues to Block Microsoft’s Purchase of Activision

Microsoft’s efforts to purchase Activision Blizzard just took a major hit with the Federal Trade Communications (FTC) filing a lawsuit to block it.

Apple Abandons Plans to Scan Devices for CSAM

Apple has completely abandoned one of its most controversial initiatives that would have involved scanning all devices for CSAM.

How Crypto Has Changed How We View Money

How exactly has crypto changed the way that view money? Learn more in the following informative article below.

Pentagon Awards Cloud Contracts to Multiple Vendors for JEDI Successor

The Pentagon has awarded contracts to multiple cloud vendors as it seeks to replace the defunct JEDI contract.

Asahi Linux Project Has Released GPU Drivers for M-Series Macs

The Asahi Linux project has just hit a major milestone, releasing the first public GPU drivers for Apple’s M-series Macs.

Choosing the Right Small Business Printer

With all of the options out there in the market, how does a business owner choose the best small business printer for their needs?

Apple Music Sing Brings Karaoke to Apple Music

Karaoke fans are in for a treat, thanks to a new feature Apple is introducing called Apple Music Sing.

AWS CEO Pitches Cloud Cost Savings but Customers Not Convinced

AWS CEO Adam Selipsky is trying to convince customers that cloud computing can save them money, but many are unconvinced.

Apple Sued Over AirTags for Revolutionizing Scope of Stalking

Apple is once again under fire over its AirTags devices, with a class-action suit filed over their use in stalking.

Maryland Bans TikTok and Other Chinese and Russian Apps

Maryland has become the second state to ban TikTok over cybersecurity concerns, also banning other Chinese and Russian apps and services.

IBM Is Raising Storage Prices

IBM is raising the price of storage for customers outside the US, the latest indication of the effects of growing inflation.

Apple Delays Release of Apple Car to 2026, Limits Scope

Apple is dealing with an unusual setback, delaying the launch of the long-rumored Apple Car and reigning in the scope of the project.

Adobe/Microsoft Collaboration Brings Full PDF Support to Teams

Adobe and Microsoft are collaborating to bring full PDF viewing and editing support to Microsoft Teams.

Facebook Threatens to Remove US News Over Journalism Bill

Facebook is once again threatening to remove news from its platform, this time in the US in response to a journalism bill before Congress.

Microsoft May Build ‘Super App’ to Fight Apple/Google Search Deal

Microsoft is reportedly looking to build a “super app” in an effort to fight Apple and Google’s search deal and mobile dominance.

Foxconn Issues Accelerate Apple’s Plans to Diversify iPhone Production

Apple is stepping up its plans to diversify its iPhone production, moving more manufacturing out of China.