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Online spending on Black Friday decreased for the very first time
Online shoppers spent $8.9 billion this year
Emma Roth
theverge
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NFT MAKERS ARE TRYING TO BUILD THE NEXT DISNEY
There’s a long way to go
Adi Robertson
theverge
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Microsoft partners with Meta to integrate Teams into its Facebook-like Workplace
Microsoft Teams is integrating into Workplace
Tom Warren
theverge
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Netflix will reportedly make games available via the App Store on iOS
The App Store’s strict policies prevent third-party apps from functioning as all-in-one game hubs
Emma Roth
theverge
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The Best Wireless Range Extenders for 2021
A range extender is a solid lower-cost alternative to buying a new router if you`re looking to beef up your Wi-Fi network
John R. Delaney
pcmag
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ISP Sues Netflix Over Network Usage, Citing `Squid Game` Popularity
South Korean ISP SK Broadband wants Netflix to pay for the traffic surge it causes.
Matthew Humphries
pcmag
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Emergency Google Chrome update fixes zero-day exploited in the wild
Google has released Chrome 94.0.4606.61 for Windows, Mac, and Linux, an emergency update!!!
Sergiu Gatlan
bleepingcomputer
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Google: Manifest V2 Chrome extensions to stop working in 2023
Google has shared the phase-out timeline for Manifest V2 Chrome extensions and its plans to bring Manifest V3 to full feature parity.
Sergiu Gatlan
bleepingcomputer
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Mozilla tests Microsoft Bing as the default Firefox search engine
Mozilla is running a study to test users` responses to changing the default Firefox search engine to Microsoft Bing.
Lawrence Abrams
bleepingcomputer
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The Future of WHOIS and Why It`s Under Attack
Outside the EU, GDPR is causing major headaches with current protocols and data security systems, including WHOIS.
Amit
SiteProNews
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A 10-million-pound undersea cable just set an internet speed record
Breaking down, by the numbers, a new submarine data-transfer accomplishment...
Rob Verger
Popular Science
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Exclusive: Tim Berners-Lee tells us his radical new plan to upend the World Wide Web
With an ambitious decentralized platform, the father of the web hopes it’s game on for corporate tech giants like Facebook and Google.
Katrina Brooker
Fast Company