If past performance is anything to go by, the new ads will drive a huge amount of customers to new iOS apps.
Today's internet users just aren't that interested in tying their social media accounts to other websites they visit.
Facebook and Google users weren't informed and couldn't consent to how their private data was tracked, South Korea says.
Zoom has made a slight change to the name of its communications platform and added a number of new features for users.
The new operating system will provide better functionality and improved security for its users.
The Indie Sellers Guide will "preserve spaces for sellers and buyers to come together in appreciation of art and creativity."
The popular ecommerce website builder requires passwords to be only five characters long.
New research reveals multiple vulnerabilities in Microsoft Teams, putting users at risk using cleverly disguised GIFs
Employee dissatisfaction is the highest its been in almost a decade, and its changing the way Gen Zers decide to work.
With this being InterContinental’s second major breach in five years, it's clear the group hasn’t learned its lesson.
As part of Google’s CEO’s plan to ‘simplify the company’, staff cuts may also be soon to follow.
Most Amazon office employees are working remotely part of the time. That's not likely to change in the near future.
Shopify is warning sellers against adding Amazon's one-click checkout button. Are the two ecommerce companies fighting?
The new bug is tied to "insufficient data validation" in the open-source software behind Google's popular browser.
Users have been begging Microsoft to fix this frustrating bug and it looks like they'll finally get their wish.
The future is passwordless, and even password managers are getting on board with ditching the outdated security measure.
A hacker group claimed to have breached TikTok, but the social media platform insists all the info was publicly available.
Although employees across the US are experiencing burnout en masse, the expense of taking a break is deterring many.
The IRS has admitted that some taxpayer data that shouldn't have been publicly accessible was available for viewing.
According to Meta, WhatsApp will only be available on iPhones running iOS 12 or above by the end of October.
Meta is exploring the prospect of charging a fee to use certain features on its platforms, including Facebook and Instagram.