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Why entrepreneurs start companies rather than join them

Why entrepreneurs start companies rather than join them If we were asked why we will want to startup our company rather than work with a large company, we will have a countless reasons at some point in time like: I want to be my own boss. I love risk. I…

Mark Zuckerberg’s Net Worth Increase Absolutely as He Testified to Congress.

Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth increased by $3 billion Tuesday as the Facebook CEO appeared before Congress to field questions following the recent Cambridge Analytica leak that exposed 87 million users’ data. The highly-scrutinized testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, which marked the first time Zuckerberg appeared in person in front of Congress, did not deter investors. Facebook shares…

The 5 biggest takeaways from Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance before the Senate

Mark Zuckerberg made his highly anticipated debut before Congress few hours ago during a marathon five-hour hearing before a joint session of the Commerce and Judiciary committees. Zuckerberg remained calm and level-headed throughout, and senators were mostly polite and deferential as they sought to understand how Facebook had inadvertently allowed…

Instagram launches a portrait mode and a new way to tag friends in Stories

Instagram launches a portrait mode and a new way to tag friends in Stories Instagram added a couple of new features today, and the biggest news is a portrait mode feature called Focus. The app also has a new way of mentioning other users in stories with a sticker. Focus…

The Review of iMac Pro: Beauty of a beast

On March 2, 2018, Posted by , In Digitalbes Weekly,Hardware News,Technology, With No Comments

iMAC Pro Review: Beauty of a Beast For the last few weeks, they have been testing the worst iMac Pro you can buy — $4999 eight-core, 1 terabyte version of Apple’s iMac Pro. And here’s how it went. It’s the professional grade, Mac, nobody knew they wanted until Apple announced….

Microsoft’s ‘Meltdown’ updates are reportedly bricking AMD PCs

Microsoft’s ‘Meltdown’ updates are reportedly bricking AMD PCs Following reports of unbootable machines, Microsoft has halted updates of its Meltdown and Spectre security patches for AMD computers, according to a support note spotted by the Verge. It made the move after numerous complaints from users who installed the patch and…

Google no longer lets you change domains to search different countries

You’ve long been able to get localized search results by visiting Google at different domains — like google.com for the US, google.co.uk for England, or google.co.jp for Japan — but that won’t be the case any more after today. Google said that it’ll now deliver search results relevant to your…

What Every Webmaster Should Know About DNS

DNS is essentially the glue that holds the internet together. In this article, we delve into this topic to discuss some ways web devs can take advantage of the DNS. Brief History of DNS Behind every website is a little-known system that is the glue holding the internet together. It’s…

How Facebook plans to get 1 billion people into virtual reality, according to the VP tasked with doing it

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg introducing the Oculus Go headset. The mission of leading Facebook’s virtual reality business now falls on Hugo Barra, who joined Facebook six months ago with the newly-created title “VP of VR.” Despite lackluster consumer interest, early missteps, and a lot of change in leadership, Facebook still has big…

CEO Jack Dorsey is promising (again) to improve Twitter’s abuse and safety rules

In a Friday night tweetstorm, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey made a familiar pledge: He’s going to clean up Twitter so users don’t have to deal with abuse or threats or harassment. And it’s going to happen as soon as next week. “We see voices being silenced on Twitter every day….