In the face-paced digital world, a product that isn't providing showstopper updates may as well be substitutes for the real players in the field.
Mozilla released updates to its Firefox browser to patch a security hole that was already being exploited by hackers in the wild.
With the coronavirus reaching even the most remote places on Earth, there should be no shortage of news coverage and stories about the virus.
Cloudflare is known as a company working on speeding up and protecting websites, but it has since ventured beyond the web infrastructure business to also appeal end users.
With the novel 'COVID-19' coronavirus declared a pandemic, people are urged to stay indoor and keep their distances to help stop the virus' spread.
Developers wanting to develop AI, can use machine learning libraries like Google's TensorFlow or Facebook's PyTorch.
There is no doubt that people have needs. This is why there are still people who go out, even when their governments urge them to stay indoor during the coronavirus pandemic.
Web traffic can come from many sources, but in general, they come from either mobile or desktop.
In April 3rd, 2020, the novel 'COVID-19' coronavirus has infected more than 1 million people. The rising number has left many others living in fear of the pandemic.
The underground business of malware has evolved tremendously, and for end users, this can mean a lot of things.