Windows 11 arrives on October 5, Android apps will come later
Microsoft Windows 11 is no longer merely “coming this fall.” Microsoft will begin releasing the new operating system to the public on October 5, starting with newer PCs (and PCs being sold in stores) and then rolling out to other supported systems over the next nine or so months.... Read more
How to Outsource Your SEO Strategy the Right Way
Search engine optimization (SEO) is intimidating for newcomers, and I totally understand why. SEO requires your attention in multiple areas; you’ll need to improve your website, write content, research the competition, build links, and take care of a hundred other responsibilities. On top of that, you’ll need the experience... Read more
Google Nest Audio is on sale for $80 (save 20%)
Nest Audio keeps the signature dot display of other Google smart speakers. Chris Monroe/CNET In CNET’s official review of the Google Nest Audio, Molly Price dubbed the new smart speaker “an improvement in every way.” The Google Nest Audio falls between the Nest Mini and Home Max in the Google hierarchy. It’s usually... Read more
Are Off-Label Prescriptions a Backdoor to Giving Kids Covid Vaccines?
A difficult reality, though, is that many medications are already used off-label in children; before 2003, when legislation changed the licensing rules, there was no requirement that drugs be tested in kids before being prescribed to them. A 2019 study found that physicians used medications off-label for kids during... Read more
Strider launches risk intelligence tool to protect intellectual property
The Transform Technology Summits start October 13th with Low-Code/No Code: Enabling Enterprise Agility. Register now! Strider Technologies has launched a risk intelligence tool that enables enterprises to better understand potential threats to intellectual property (IP) by analyzing online interactions of employees and individuals that interact with the company. The... Read more
Not enough backup power: AT&T and T-Mobile suffer big outages in Louisiana
Enlarge / LaPlace, Louisiana: Jacqueline Smith waits with her mother Lucille Matthew for transportation after they were rescued from their flooded neighborhood in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida on August 30, 2021. Getty Images | Scott Olson AT&T today said that only 60 percent of its network in Louisiana... Read more
An Easy Guide to Select the Perfect UI UX Partner
With the rise of the modern era, everything about personal and professional life has been placed on the digital platform where UI UX Development plays a vital role. Relevant Read: Better UI and UX Experiences People share their everyday happenings on various social media sites, which helps them to... Read more
Apple Watch 7 to get a size bump with larger screens and flat-edge design, report says
The Apple Watch 7 could get a bigger screen than the Apple Watch 6, shown above.  Vanessa Hand Orellana/CNET The Series 7 Apple Watch will reportedly feature a slightly larger display with a flat-edge design. The Apple Watch 7 will come in 41mm and 45mm sizes, according to a... Read more
Our Favorite Paper Planners (2021): Planners, Pens, Stickers, and More
Trying the latest and greatest tech has taught us something: Sometimes analog is better. There are tons of apps and digital tools dedicated to keeping us organized and on track, but for some of us, nothing beats a paper planner. Writing things down helps us to remember them. For... Read more
Studio Sirah raises $830K for India-first mobile games
A new GamesBeat event is around the corner! Learn more about what comes next.  Studio Sirah has raised $830,000 for its midcore, India-first mobile games. India-focused game venture capital fund Lumikai led the round. The Bangalore-based Studio Sirah will use the money to make its first game, Kurukshetra: Ascension,... Read more