Tor users are being urged to update their browser after a flaw that allows hackers to de-anonymize users was discovered. The bug was discovered in Firefox, on which the Tor browser is based.
Firefox has released a fix for the flaw, which is being actively… Read More
YouTube has launched 4K live streaming for 360-degree videos and standard videos, enabling content creators to stream “incredibly” high-resolution clips.
4K streaming offers viewers the clearest picture technology has to offer — but only… Read More
Online advertising, especially in this video-everywhere, cross-device, ad-blocker enabled era, is constantly changing.
To help give you a leg up on what to expect in 2017, here is a list of the top seven things to watch for, courtesy of expert Gil Becker.… Read More
As 2016 comes to an end, SEO experts are still busy keeping track of all algorithm updates that took place. For the next year, we can expect more updates and a significant rise in organic searches. Here’s a look at some of the major Google algorithm… Read More
Google is no stranger to trying out new things for the benefit of its visitors. This time it is going to choose mobile searches over desktop searches, effectively saying that mobile is the new priority.
Since 2010, mobile users have been increasing at… Read More
“To make our results more useful, we’ve begun experiments to make our index mobile-first.”
― Doantam Phan, Google product manager
Mobile’s continued command over digital devices just became a heck of a lot stronger.
Earlier this month, Google… Read More
Social Media News
Before the advent of digital marketing, businesses were spending millions of dollars on print, TV and radio ads, billboard placements and sponsorships. Then, the Internet changed everything. The access to marketing opened up to smaller brands as the cost… Read More
If you’re in the online publishing world, you may have heard some buzz about being penalized for using a third-party tool, like Buffer or Hootsuite, to publish to your social platforms.
Fortunately, this is not true.
Here’s what you need to know about… Read More
Facebook is blocking the filters launched by Prisma for the social media site’s Live video platform, saying that the Russian company’s app duplicated functionality Facebook itself already offers.
Prisma, the popular app that turns ordinary… Read More
Business & Marketing News
Registering a new domain name doesn’t usually break the bank. In fact, most registries charge about $25 or less.
But that applies to domain names that aren’t currently registered. What do you do if someone else has registered the perfect domain name… Read More
Ransomware was a big deal this year. In 2016, ransoms paid to reclaim valuable data totaled more than any other malware in history, according to Cisco’s most recent cyber-security report. That trend will worsen and soon spread faster to entire… Read More
“Perhaps one of the more understated benefits of social media in B2B is the ability to establish and foster expertise within a given industry or niche. The same tools and services that new influencers leverage to construct prominence and demonstrate… Read More
More than one million phones powered by older versions of Google’s Android operating system have been infected by a malware known as Gooligan.
The insidious malware targets phone owners’ Google accounts and an additional 13,000 handsets… Read More
It is music to the ears of every Netflix subscriber: offline streaming.
The entertainment firm today announced its subscribers can now download TV shows and movies to watch offline — meaning you no longer need Wi-Fi or a broadband connection to watch… Read More
Yahoo has quietly launched a new app for Yahoo Answers Now, a Q&A site on the Web with more than 3.1 million U.S. monthly visitors.
The tech firm originally tested the question and answer service under the name Yahoo Hive, but, decided to do a… Read More
Google can now tell you how busy a store is before you enter, but not everyone is shopping in malls this time of the year. In fact, online sales are projected to surge by almost 20 percent in the next month, so what about those pesky customer service… Read More
Last weeks’ revelation from Three Mobile of the compromise of data on six million of its customers via the inappropriate use of an employee login provides the starkest evidence yet of the threat facing companies from within.
Despite the threat of being… Read More
NEW YORK – According to 451 Research’s Voice of the Enterprise: Hosting and Cloud Managed Services study, enterprises currently spend 28 percent of their total enterprise IT budgets on hosting and cloud services. Next year, that number is expected… Read More