Business
Business

What can tech companies do to create more women-friendly workplaces?

The days of deliberately excluding women from most workplaces is over, but that doesn’t mean they’re all welcoming. There are ways to recognize and combat unconscious biases to make offices more inclusive.
Social Media

LinkedIn: Now you can express love, curiosity, and more with new Reactions

LinkedIn is following in the footsteps of Facebook (three years later!) with the rollout of new reactions that give users more ways to express themselves when responding to posts in their feed.
Home Theater

YouTube TV raises its prices again, but at least you get Discovery

YouTube TV is raising prices to $50 per month ($55 through Apple devices), edging its popular cord-cutting TV service closer to traditional cable pricing, but adding the Discovery Channel in the process.
Smart Home

Wink Hub has been out of stock almost everywhere for the past few months

The Wink website has listed the Wink Hub and other products as out of stock for months and no new product integrations have been added, leaving some to wonder if the company is still operational.
Movies & TV

Netflix looks to buy historic Golden Age movie theater in Hollywood

Netflix is in talks to buy Hollywood's Egyptian Theater for "tens of millions of dollars," which could have a significant impact on the streaming service's prospects the next time that awards season rolls around.
Social Media

How to protect yourself from GoFundMe scams before donating

Can you spot a GoFundMe scam? While the fundraising platform says scams make up less than a tenth of one percent of campaigns, some do try to take advantages of others' charity -- like a case last year that made national news.
Business

How to set up your VoIP service in 5 easy steps with RingCentral

Looking to ditch the landline? Voice over internet protocol, or VoIP, is an efficient way to do it, and it's not as hard as you think: RingCentral is a great VoIP solution for calls, video conferencing, and more, and we show you how to set…
Business

This $3,600 workstation isn’t just a desk. It’s a cockpit of productivity

Standing desks? Tired. Cemtrex Smartdesk? Wired. This innovative desk reimagines everything about your workspace, integrating a computer, a Qi charging pad, a document scanner, your VoIP phone, and so much more directly into your…
Mobile

AT&T expands 5G network to seven more cities, including LA and SF

Ready to experience a radical transformation in mobile communication? AT&T is launching mobile 5G in cities across the country over the next few months. Here's everything you need to know about the AT&T 5G rollout.
Social Media

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey received an annual salary of $1.40 in 2018

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey received an annual pay check of just $1.40 in 2018, an amount that would only get you one item at a dollar store, with 40 cents left over for, perhaps, a banana.
Mobile

Huawei is reportedly open to being Apple’s 5G modem supplier

Huawei has traditionally only developed chipsets and other tech for its own smartphones. A report, however, suggests that might soon change — Huawei is open to supplying Apple with 5G modems.
Smart Home

Class-action lawsuit claims LG refrigerators fail after just a few years

A class-action lawsuit filed against LG claims that many of the company's refrigerators only last a few years. The issue appears to stem from an issue with compressors, which can be costly to replace.
Business

Adobe gives peek at 7 advertising projects that may make their way to all of us

Deep in development and on their way to market, seven projects from Adobe that use machine learning, A.I., augmented reality and the company's Sensei engine were featured at Adobe Summit 2019.
Mobile

A host of new changes adds to Snapchat’s increasing functionality

Snap made a series of announcements related to partnerships with other companies that will see Snapchat products being used in third-party apps. Examples include Bitmoji being available on Fitbit watches and Stories available in Tinder.
Emerging Tech

Amazon wants to launch 3,236 satellites so it can rain down internet from space

Amazon plans to launch a constellation of 3,236 satellites into low-Earth orbit to provide internet access around the planet. Because you can never have too many Prime subscribers!
Music

YouTube Music and YouTube Premium are now live in the U.S., 16 other nations

Google just announced a major revamp of YouTube Music, with an ad-free paid version called YouTube Music Premium. It's also changing YouTube Red to YouTube Premium. So what happens to Google Play Music? Here's what we know.
Mobile

5G is here: Verizon switches on new network in Minneapolis and Chicago

Verizon is in the midst of a massive 5G rollout. In addition to fixed 5G service, it has also begun deploying mobile 5G. Here's everything you need to know about Verizon's 5G network, including when it will be in your town.
Mobile

Viacom joins T-Mobile’s unlaunched TV service for home and mobile

T-Mobile, which in late 2017 promised a new TV service to compete with cable and satellite, now says that the still unfinished service will include a mobile offering, and that Viacom has signed-on as a channel partner.