Speeds are better, but internet affordability and security are still issues.
A new study by Dice shows that tech hiring got a boost in Q2. The study also covers the best skills, employers, and cities for those looking to change careers right now.
Meanwhile, global mobile and broadband download speeds have jumped 60% and 32%, respectively, over the last year.
Most people value online privacy. But if they could cut out the middlemen—Google, Facebook, and so many others—and cash in on their own data, many say they would.
Despite the pandemic's savage boost to online commerce, more than 29% of small businesses still don't have their own websites.
The first mobile phone, the Motorola Dynatac 8000X, sold for what would amount to $10,217.05 today.
A PhonespySoftware24 survey reveals how we really feel about virtual audio assistants.
The pandemic has given a big boost to the gig economy—which could benefit you, as long as you don't mind going back to some of the same jobs you did in high school.
Meanwhile, the number of respondents who believe freedom of information should be protected has dropped.
The more popular a song is on TikTok, the higher the payout can be for musical artists.
Check out the latest IT study from our sister site, Spiceworks Ziff Davis. This one covers remote work from A to Z, including exactly the kind of technology your company will need for hybrid work.
A new survey of parents finds a positive outlook toward games. Maybe that's because while many claim to understand ESRB ratings, most didn't have a clue what is age-appropriate.
A CarMax survey found that AI-planned road trips were better than human-planned ones.
High-profile hacks, data breaches, and exploits have cost companies around the world billions of dollars—and that's only through mid-2020.
When you're looking for job opportunities in tech, don't focus on certifications alone. According to hiring managers, non-tech "soft skills" can be just as important.
A new survey shows people are trying to limit their nightly screen exposure, especially if they've been staring at pixels all day.
A new survey on data collection shows that people don't like being tracked without their consent.
Chatbots have to strike just the right balance between robot and human to get people to talk to them.
Looking for a new career? The data shows that cybersecurity is still a super-fast route to a good job. And to maximize your success, this is what current cybersecurity professionals recommend.
COVID-19 pushed online food buying into the spotlight, and new research shows that 4 out of 5 people might eventually prefer virtual supermarkets.