The black market needs no more ignition, but America's growing inflation and supply chain concerns have illegal sales on the rise.
FedEx has been showing the numbers regarding the global shipment decline. With recession fears mounting, cost-cuts follow.
Parler was just recently readded to Google Play Store and is now offering web hosting for companies on the brink of being cancelled.
AI text-to-art generators are popping up all over, including Meta and Discord. Will these programs soon affect designer's jobs?
Slack is a huge contender in the office or remote communication space, and now they're offering brand new features that will change the game.
Recessions fears are at an all time high, and with FedEx announcing a declining shipment volume pre-holidays, concerns mount.
Facebook is rolling out another new feature- Community Chats! Can you use this as a tool to grow your business?
With the popularity of TikTok and rise in short-form creators raking in the dough, YouTube looks to make it's Shorts platform enticing.
Meta has been in a painstaking four year lawsuit over inappropriate data collection and usage, and more details just emerged.
YouTube and Meta are looking to expand internal research and further policies on extremism, but will it just lead to more censorship?
Amazon is no stranger to antitrust violations, especially in the state of CA, now for limiting sellers and driving up prices.
Adobe has now taken popular UX program, Figma, under its expanding umbrella, but some users aren't looking forward to the change.
When you're a business with a full plate, being able to divvy up your to-do's is a huge help, and adding a AI chat feature is a good start.
Patagonia has always been a tried-and-true brand, sticking to its roots and remaining true to its values, now, even to the very end.
BNPL seemed to be a genius idea from the start, and especially grew in popularity with the pandemic, but it needs more regulation.
Social media wars are a-brewing, with veteran platforms quickly hoping on new trends before they can be challenged. BeReal is no exception.
Overseas watchdogs hit Google and Meta with tremendous fines after they allegedly broke local privacy laws in South Korea.
Quit saying people are over remote work. Only CEOs and golden retriever extroverts are itching to go back into the office!
Social media censorship has been a hot topic across the board, but now the federal court upholds free speech rights in TX by law.
The development of AI has come a long way, but we've come to the conclusion it's not ready to make unsupervised decisions. Here's why:
One of the most genius tools to date - WorkStats compiles data from your internal tools like GitHub, Asana, and Slack to measure productivity
The talks of a foreboding recession is not just amongst common folks. Execs and economists agree something is brewing.
In defense of the big-wigs in the office, Microsoft and Google, Zoom devises a plan to release email and calendar tools.
Short-form content has been popping off with social media sites copying TikTok's fame. Here's a breakdown of how sound can help you go viral.
The pandemic proved to be a growth opportunity for Zoom, but the aftermath has caused detriment. Zoom now renames and rebrands to save face.
The use of employment labels of 'independent contractor' and 'gig-worker" are getting dicey, even leaving Uber $100mil in debt.
Google Play Store has not featured right-wing apps such as Parler and Trump's Truth Social for quite some time, but Parler is back.
With strict competition and anti-trust allegations, Google is slipping down the path of layoffs and company cuts.
Not far behind the ranks of Reddit and Meta, who changed the name of their NFT programs, Starbucks launches their own called 'journey stamps'
AI art is taking over. Generators are popping up across social media and forum sites, but an AI-generated tattoo tool? Now that's cool!