Google gets serious about closing Hangouts, booting out users signed in to the dedicated app.
The 5G model is available to order today, while the WiFi model arrives in September.
1,767 reported breaches in six months is a huge number... but it's actually down from previous years.
Google wants more security. The new update will lead to more broken links across the internet than ever.
Some on the team called their workplace "dysfunctional," resembling "organized chaos," and "collapsing inwards."
Plans range from $20 to $162 per user per month, depending on the storage, RAM, and vCPUs needed.
The deal is evidence that Hootsuite is expanding further into ecommerce and customer support.
Individuals' settlements are limited to 15% refunds on Zoom subscriptions or $25, whichever's larger.
Afterpay has more than 16 million customers and almost 100,000 merchants globally.
Social media commerce is growing quickly, as online shopping takes an even firmer hold of the public's interest.
Facebook, Google, and Netflix have all mandated that employees must be fully vaccinated to resume working in the office.
The move by Twitter allows users to make purchases directly from the retailer's social media feed.
The breach led to the leaking of ticket holder log-in details, which could be used to find address and bank information.
Apple releases iOS update 14.7.1, which fixes a potential security exploit that allowed people to infiltrate certain products
VPN provider Windscribe failed to encrypt servers that were seized by Ukranian authorities, putting users' privacy at risk.
Here's what will happen to business users who don't upgrade.
As lockdown restrictions ease, some social media platforms are experiencing influxes of new users.
Big changes to the Digital Employee Experience (DEX) may be the key in reducing burnout and keeping up employee motivation.
Skype for Business takes its final bow in less than a week. What do users need to know before signing off for good?
A new bill from the Senate could revoke Section 230 protections for companies whose algorithms promote health misinformation.
The tech industry is pushing back on data tracking, and it could have a drastic effect on your email marketing efforts.