Google's profit and revenue soared in the third quarter.
Google's parent company, Alphabet, shrugged off any concerns about a downturn in online advertising with another quarter of blockbuster earnings, lifted by continued strong demand for ads on YouTube and steady growth at its cloud computing business.
'Case closed': 99.9% of scientists agree climate emergency caused by humans
The scientific consensus that humans are altering the climate has passed 99.9%, according to research that strengthens the case for global action at the Cop26 summit in Glasgow.
How Your Business Can Benefit from Digital Marketing Today
The marketplace has become extremely digital. Most customers use digital channels to search for brands and products. To meet their needs, your competitors are online, too.
Hawks to Host the Mavericks in 'Opening Night Presented by State Farm' on Oct. 21 | Atlanta Hawks
ATLANTA - The Atlanta Hawks will open the 2021-22 NBA regular season against the Dallas Mavericks in a nationally-televised game at State Farm Arena on Thursday, Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m.
Why Covid cases remain high on the German border with Austria
The 7-day incidence in Bavaria stands at 91.8 Covid-19 infections per 100,000 people - the third worst-hit German state right now, behind Thuringia (with 103.7 cases per 100,000 people) and Bremen (with an incidence of 96.0).
Catastrophic' fourth COVID wave rips through Romania
Romania, one of the poorest countries in the European Union, is experiencing a spike in COVID-related deaths as a catastrophic fourth wave has taken hold.
4 Benefits of Using a Podcast for Content Promotion
Podcasting is one of the fastest-growing platforms not just in the US, but all over the world. They're found on Spotify, iTunes, and YouTube, among others.
Adobe Elements 2022 will use AI for reframing, pet photo fixes and more | Engadget
The Adobe Max 2021 conference is happening this month and, as usual, that means updates across its product lineup.
Facebook again asks judge to dismiss FTC antitrust complaint, argues it lacks 'valid factual basis'
Facebook on Monday once again asked a federal judge throw out the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust lawsuit, arguing that the agency still has "no valid factual basis" showing the social network is an illegal monopolist in one of the most high-profile competition cases in decades.