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What is the future for Google and competitors’ search offerings?
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Capitol Hill has been increasingly interested in the workings of the Internet search industry over the past 18 months, having called Google before Congress last year, and launching an antitrust investigation into tech giants this year. Congressional representatives time and...
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iPhone 2020 might finally have an all-new design
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Forget 2019's new iPhones (rumored to be called the "iPhone 11" and "iPhone 11 Pro") because the 2020 iPhones sound way more groundbreaking. According to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9to5Mac), the 2020 iPhones will reportedly come with...
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How Much Should You Spend on Social Media Marketing?
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Social media has created a beautiful opportunity for entrepreneurs: It’s never been easier to get your message in front of hundreds, thousands, or even millions of people. But if you want to reach all those people, it’s going to cost a...
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How Google is Rewriting The Rules of Ad Auctions
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Publishers evaluate their ad tech ecosystems as the internet giant creates a ‘unified’ world Google is moving to a simpler online advertising model called “unified auctions,” but its adoption will be anything but simple for the publishers who rely on...
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Slack plans to go public after hitting 10 million daily users
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Slack plans to go public. The company behind the popular workplace chat app filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission today, revealing plans to list on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “SK.” In an unusual move, the...
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Apple introduces its own credit card, the Apple Card
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Today, Apple announced… a credit card. The Apple Card is designed for the iPhone and will work with the Wallet app. You sign up from your iPhone and you can use it with Apple Pay in just a few minutes....
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Why I chose Brave as my Chrome browser replacement
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Readers of this august website may recall that a year ago, I lauded Firefox and its progress toward becoming a genuine alternative to Google’s dominant Chrome browser. As much as I liked where Firefox was going, however, I couldn’t stick with...
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5G is coming in 2019, and it’s going to change your life
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It’s hard to imagine life without smart phones and mobile devices. But it wasn’t until 3G that smart phones began to resemble the user experience now so ingrained in our daily lives. Since then, faster network speeds have been one...
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An economist explains what digital technology means for the future of popular culture
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Digital renaissance? In the early days of file-sharing and the internet, experts worried that technology would gut the creative industries, leaving consumers with fewer (and lower-quality) choices than ever before. It’s clear now that this hasn’t been the case, says Joel...
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Caviar’s combined iPhone XS / Apple Watch fever dream could be yours for $21,050
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Russian accessory maker Caviar is known for strapping impractical gold-plated objects onto the backs of iPhones, like a gold-trimmed solar charging panel. But the company may have outdone itself this year with its latest variant of Apple’s phone: the iPhone XS Max “Swiss...
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