Just recently, Google released an update for its browser Google Chrome, which aims to fix 14 security flaws, including one "zero-day" flaw that's already being actively exploited by an unknown group of hackers. As such, both the tech giant as well as many tech. experts on the Internet recommend that all Chrome users apply that same browser update as soon as possible.
Mozilla has just recently updated its browser to the Mozilla Firefox 89.0 Version, which brings users a major update with a better user-friendly experience.
In an official announcement released today, tech giant Microsoft confirmed exactly what most of us were already expecting for a very long time. In its most recent blog post, Microsoft verified that the existence of its long-enduring browser Internet Explorer will soon be coming to a definitive end, for most Windows 10 versions, that is. Still, it's important to note that the company made this announcement quite early on, sharing the news just slightly over a year in advance. According to Microsoft's statement, starting on June 15, 2022, its Internet Explorer browser will be retired and no longer supported on most versions of Windows 10.
Online sellers and crowdfunders have realized the power of influencers for some time now, with an ROI of over 18X for those that do it right. But the challenges have always been the same for small and medium size product owners, influencers are too expensive to work with and the business has neither the time nor the resources to devote to doing it properly. Well, that day is done with a brand-new platform just released in January 2021 called RockitBoost.
While car manufacturers and tech giants have been heralding the advent of self-driving cars for years, the technology is still very much in the development stage....
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