The Next Big Battle Between Google and Apple Is for the Soul of Your Car

A few years from now, in addition to deciding your next vehicle’s make and model, you may have another tough choice: the Google model or the Apple one? Other options may include “car maker generic” and even, I’m spitballing the name here: Amazon Prime Edition. Now that cars, especially electric ones, are becoming something like … Read more

B&H slashes MacBook Pro prices further, saving up to $700

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. Early holiday price drops are already in effect on Apple’s current 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, with dozens of models now up to $700 … Read more

Does Apple’s Crash Detection Work? We Totaled Some Cars to Find Out. | WSJ – Wall Street Journal

Does Apple’s Crash Detection Work? We Totaled Some Cars to Find Out. | WSJThe Wall Street Journal Apple Responds to Video Testing Crash Detection Feature With Junkyard VehiclesMacRumors WSJ video shows Apple Crash Detection might not be as flawless as we’d hoped after alliMore Does Apple’s Crash Detection Work? We Totaled Some Cars to Find … Read more

Stadia’s Sudden Shutdown Blindsided Staff, Devs, And Bungie

Photo: Hulton Archive / Stringer / Kotaku (Getty Images) Few thought Google’s troubled streaming service, Stadia, might ever become a dominant player in the gaming industry, but almost no one expected it to shut down so abruptly, including the company’s own employees. Stadia VP Phil Harrison, fast becoming the grim reaper of new gaming initiatives, … Read more

Google to shut gaming service Stadia in latest cost-cutting effort

Google is shuttering its digital gaming service Stadia, the latest ambitious project to get cut as the company looks to shed costs. The gaming service, which launched in 2019 and runs on phones and the Chrome browser, “hasn’t gained the traction with users that we expected,” wrote Phil Harrison, a Google vice president, in a … Read more

Google Rolls out ‘Results About You’ for Personal Info Removal

Illustration: Jody Serrano/Gizmodo Starting today, people in the US will be able to use Google’s new “Results About You” feature, which aims to provide a simpler way for people to get their sensitive personal information out of the company’s search results. Next year, Results About You will become proactive and allow users to opt in … Read more

The Market Has Taken a Beating. Why It’s Still Too Soon for Bargains.

Brave investors trained to be daring when others are fearful may want to refrain from loading up on stocks as several market strategists see reason for caution. As bad as things have been, they haven’t been bad enough, the strategists warn. “It may be just a little too soon given the number of global economic … Read more

Why Bosses Should Ask Employees to Do Less—Not More – The Wall Street Journal

Why Bosses Should Ask Employees to Do Less—Not MoreThe Wall Street Journal

Google CEO Tells Workers They Don’t Need Money to Have Fun

It’s easy to tell workers that fun doesn’t have to cost money when you have lots of money, I dare say.Photo: Jerod Harris (Getty Images) Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who leads one of the world’s richest companiesvery likely does not want to talk about money to his employees while the Big Tech giant is in … Read more

NFT firms say Apple rules make the App Store ‘impossible’

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. Startup and trading NFT firms say they ignore the App Store because Apple’s rules, and 30% commission, make it untenable for them. The market … Read more