When the demand is high and increasing, tech companies must quickly find ways to scale up.
The privacy-focused and cryptocurrency-friendly browser Brave, finally integrates a widget that taps into one of the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, or FBI, is one of the most powerful government agency in the United States.
Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are trying to redefine how people see economy. But they have long struggled to find a safe haven on some popular online platforms.
China is no stranger to surveillance. Its government does it, and its companies are also doing it.
Something that is good for someone, may not be good for someone else. This applies to Reddit, when it introduced the 'Start Chatting' feature.
It was back in April 22 that Zoom claimed its video-conferencing app had "more than 300 million people around the world are using Zoom during this challenging time."
In a race to make computers more capable of mimicking humans, steps have taken made to make them even more convincing.
Packing more data in an increasingly smaller space has been the goal of many computer scientists.
The novel coronavirus has forced people to stay at home and practice social distancing. While many businesses are hurt during the pandemic, Zoom's smile is never wider.