Don’t Look Up is Netflix’s second most popular film debut to date, coming in around 4 million viewing hours short of Netflix’s crown jewel Red Notice.
As a part of the survey, the majority of those polled listed hybrid work as their preferred model. Seventy-eight percent of respondents want location flexibility.
After close analysis, the company determined that three key factors were the main reasons for the rising productivity levels during 2020.
China, Iraq, Egypt and others have already put a stop to it, but don't assume those bans are the reason for Bitcoin and Ethereum's latest nosedives.
Even as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the need for tech companies to retain old employees and hire new ones has forced the industry to offer more competitive salaries.
A triumph for Intel, but a shrug from us
Well, it’s that time of year again. Intel has come out with a new line of mobile processors, and we’re all on the edge of our seats wondering whether they’ll be able to stay afloat in a field that includes AMD’s powerhouse Ryzen chips and Apple’s monstrous M1 Pro and M1 Max — or even take back the crown.
The ink on Microsoft's planned acquisition of Activision Blizzard hasn't even dried, and yet the software giant is already making some blockbuster announcements.
Companies make acquisitions for a host of reasons. Sometimes it’s about filling a hole in a product road map, or expanding market share, or finding good people.
Finding the right company to acquire takes special talent. But once the deal is through, it takes skill and a deft hand to integrate the acquired company smoothly into the mothership without losing key talent or making its staff feel like they have gone from building something great to being cogs in a huge machine.
Did you know that you have more control over the data that websites store on you than ever before? Google Chrome is packed with privacy tools—like allowing you to delete all the data a website stores on you, unlike before, where you could only delete individual website cookies.
In the summer of 2020, TikTok set aside $200 million to pay U.S. creators in what it called a “creator fund.” This wasn’t a common practice at the time. The more seasoned platform YouTube paid creators by distributing funds through its partner program, established in 2007, which enables revenue sharing on the advertisements that play on creators’ uploads.
You've heard that you shouldn't open PayPal, your bank account and possibly even your email inbox while using public Wi-Fi. But what are the actual risks?