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Adam is a writer at Tech.co and has worked as a tech writer, blogger and copy editor for the last decade. He's also a Forbes Contributor on the publishing industry (and Digital Book World 2018 award finalist) and has appeared in publications including Popular Mechanics and IDG Connect. When not glued to TechMeme, he loves obsessing over 1970s sci-fi art.

 

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News

Mark Zuckerberg’s Four Ways to Fix the Internet

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is making a new push for regulation across Europe and the US, and it's the biggest evolution in his public views on the matter we've seen yet. Zuckerberg explained it all in a Washington Post op-ed over the weekend. Here's the rundown on his thoughts.

Web Design

How Much Does a Website Designer Cost?

A good website designer can create a handmade, bespoke website that attracts the right customers for any company, small or large. But, every business has different requirements. Here's a look at the features a website designer can create and how much you can expect to pay.

Website Builders

How to Redesign a Website

For businesses, a website is the path to new clients, a better first impression, and a healthier bottom line. Yet, an outdated website can hamper all of these – which is why it might be time to redesign your website. We explain the fundamentals of website redesign.

News

Samsung Unveils New A70, A50 and A30 Mid-Range Phones

Samsung has just revealed a new phone in the company's mid-range Galaxy A lineup: the Samsung Galaxy A70, which joins the new A50 and A30 low-cost, high-spec phones. Here's what to know about the Galaxy A70, including all the top features and whether it's worth nabbing.

News

Study Reveals Security Risk of Remote Working

The benefits of remote work are great, but we can't ignore the changing security practices that come alongside the shift. More than one in three organizations have dealt with a security incident due to an unsecured remote worker, according to an OpenVPN study.

News

French Muslim Group to Sue Facebook and YouTube

The French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM) has announced that it is suing both Facebook and YouTube, arguing that the social media platforms have incited violence by hosting streaming video footage of the Christchurch massacre in New Zealand.

Fleet Management

US Fleet Tracking Review 2019

US Fleet Tracking offer a raft of live GPS solutions for vehicles- used for everything from construction fleets, to law enforcement, to small businesses like plumbing or landscaping. Find out how they could improve your business in our 2019 review.

News

Google Fined $1.7B for Abusing Its Online Marketing Role

The European Commission has slapped Google with a massive $1.7 billion fine for abusing the online ad market. Google's "abusive practices in online advertising" have been deemed a breach of EU antitrust rules. This is Google's third EU fine within the past two years.