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Snap is adding new users and growing its advertising business during the pandemic

Snap’s chief business officer, Jeremi Gorman, also suggested that Snap may have benefited from the boycott of Facebook advertisers, which resulted in hundreds of companies pausing their social spending. “As brands and other organizations used this period of uncertainty as an opportunity to evaluate their advertising spend, many brands have sought to target their marketing efforts on platforms that share …

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AMD vs Nvidia: Who Makes the Best Graphics Cards?

If there is one thing that is true in the world of the best graphics cards, it is that the war between Nvidia and AMD GPU never ends. And now that Nvidia has just launched its Ampere graphics cards and AMD is about to launch the Big Navi Radeon RX 6000 series, the graphics war has never been so hot. …

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The WireGuard protocol goes live for all Surfshark users

Surfshark announced that it has introduced support for the WireGuard protocol for its Windows and macOS desktop VPN clients, as well as its mobile apps for Android and iOS. WireGuard is a relatively new open source VPN protocol developed by Jason A. Donenfeld of Edge Security. It uses state-of-the-art cryptography to provide users with the highest levels of privacy, security, …

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Apple will delete the fan-made app that brought Stadia to the iPhone

Stadium hit the headlines in late September for offering iOS users an easy way to play Stadia games, including support for Xbox and DualShock gamepads. Stadia is Google’s cloud gaming service that offers a library of games to buy and play without having to download them, even though they’re not available on iOS. Stadium made Stadia games accessible over the …

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Netflix predicts it will reach 200 million subscribers this year

Netflix just released its last quarter results (PDF) and found it slightly missed its own forecasts. In the last three months, 2.2 million customers were added worldwide instead of the 2.5 million he had forecast. The company warned that this could be the case after subscriptions rose earlier this year when the coronavirus pandemic forced more people to stay home …

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Salesforce offers a major Work.com upgrade

Salesforce has released a number of upgrades to its Work.com platform to help businesses grow while getting back to the office safely. Work.com is already being used by cities and businesses around the world to protect their workplaces and communities with technologies for wellness, shift, manual management contact tracing, and more. In fact, Salesforce recently announced Work.com for Vaccines to …

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