The collaborative productivity platform is incredibly popular with businesses around the world, and can now be used for free.
Customers are flocking to social messaging for customer service like never before, and your business needs to get on board.
Together, all five bills are a grab-bag of the best ways to break up monopolies, in theory creating a fairer playing field.
Wix POS is a new hardware and software bundle for accepting in-person payments while integrating with an online storefront.
With a hardware success, Facebook would finally get the end-run it always wanted around Apple and Google's operating systems.
How flexible should be work after the pandemic? Apple, Facebook, and Amazon aren't exactly on the same page.
Biden's new security review offers a more lucid approach to data privacy regulation.
Lightspeed was already buying POS companies. Now they're buying ecommerce companies as well.
If successful, the facility will serve as a "proof of concept" for an environmentally friendly bitcoin.
FaceTime and Siri are getting the most exciting new features, but iPhones, iPads, Macs and Apple Watches look great, too.
The new feature will make crypto mining accessible to all, much easier, and more safely, the company states.
A new survey has revealed that there is a real appetite to get back to the office, but many want to retain some flexibility
New tools coming to the suite of apps such as Word, Excel, and Teams mean that it will be easier to share with colleagues
Amazon has announced the date for its next big sale, with discounts on thousands of items for Amazon Prime members.
The password security site will now work with the FBI to help users discover if their passwords have been hacked.
Amazon wants to use your Wi-Fi to help connect your smart devices with people nearby, to create a neighborhood network.
The long running free photo storage ends today, leaving users with a 15GB cap – although Google will sell you more storage.
The new service, called Twitter Blue, will cost $2.99 per month and offer a wide range of new features.
The attacks targeted approximately 3,000 email accounts at more than 150 different organizations in 24 different countries.
The popular password manager added support for Touch ID, Hello Windows, and even some Linux biometric functionality.
Facebook and Instagram have announced that "likes" will now be an opt-in feature, and we're here for it.