This Week In Apps: PayPal Launches ‘super App,’ Twitter Adds Crypto Tips, Apple Won’t Take Fortnite Back

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The app industry continues to grow, with a record 218 billion downloads and $143 billion in global consumer spend in 2020. Consumers last year also spent 3.5 trillion minutes using apps on Android devices alone. […]

When The Biggest Disruption Is To Just Sit Down And Focus

Welcome to Startups Weekly, a fresh human-first take on this week’s startup news and trends. To get this in your inbox, subscribe here.  And just like that, TechCrunch Disrupt 2021 has come to an end. I’m exhausted, but it’s hard not to feel optimistic for the future after spending three days hearing vulnerable thoughts from […]

World War Z: Aftermath Review

With the Aftermath expansion, World War Z is a much different game than when it debuted in 2019, and overwhelmingly for the better. With more episodes to rampage through, a greater selection of playable classes, and dozens of major quality-of-life impr...

5 Tips On How To Choose Affiliate Products To Promote (Hint: Use Conversion Data!)

By Tony Simonovsky If you’re an affiliate marketer, you’re always looking for the highest return on your money. By now, you’re probably used to testing and optimizing your affiliate campaigns, so you know data is crucial in getting the most out of your investment. At our digital marketing agency, InsightWhale.com, we’ve seen this firsthand, because […]

Official PlayStation Podcast Episode 411: B.R.I.D.G.E. Of Spirits

Email us at PSPodcast@sony.com! Subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google or RSS, or download here On this week’s PlayStation Podcast, Hideaki Nishino, SVP of Platform Experience, gives us a behind-the-scenes look at developing the September system software updates. Stuff We Talked About Gran Turismo 7 Last Judgment Death Stranding Director’s Cut Psychonauts 2 Kena: Bridge […]

One Of The Methods – Light Bulk Wholesale

There are 5 main legitimate Product Sourcing Methods; Light Bulk Wholesale, Dropshipping, Large Volume, Liquidation Buying & Overstock/Closeout Buying.
This article we will focus on Light Bulk Wholesale.
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Microsoft Ads Optimization Score: How To Upgrade Your Search Ads

What is a Microsoft Ads Optimization Score? The Microsoft Ads Optimization Score is a new Microsoft Advertising feature that evaluates an ads’ potential by reviewing keywords, targeting, bidding, budgets, and other ad elements. It then assigns that ad a score out of 100 and provides a list of recommendations for further optimization. The sole purpose […]
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How To Prevent Zoom Bombing And Secure Your Meetings


When COVID-19 took over last spring, Zoom quickly became a lifeline for students, classrooms and businesses who were forced to make the rapid shift to…
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Tess Hatch Joins Us At TC Sessions: Space This December

This year has been one of the busiest yet in terms of new commercial launch companies coming online, with companies like Astra and Firefly Aerospace actually getting rockets up and running (if not flying as designed quite yet), and with landmark human spaceflight missions from Blue Origin, Virgin Galactic and SpaceX. And with more constellations […]

Share Of The Week: Travel

Last week, we asked you to share how you travel through your favorite games using #PSshare #PSBlog. From boat and horseback to futuristic rovers, here are this week’s highlights:  lunar9p shares a shot of the Mako on a dusty red planet in Mass Effect Legendary Edition. gamography_ shares Jin atop his horse in Ghost of […]

EU Warns Russia Over ‘Ghostwriter’ Hacking Ahead Of German Elections

The European Union has warned it may take action over Russia’s involvement in “malicious cyber activities” against several EU member states. The “Ghostwriter” campaign targeted “numerous members of Parliaments, government officials, politicians, and members of the press and civil society in the EU”, according to a press release from the European Council on Friday, and was […]

And The Winner Of Startup Battlefield Is…

Natasha and Mary Ann and Alex were all aboard this week under the guidance of Chris and Grace, along with TechCrunch’s Neesha Tambe. Neesha is one of our best and is the leading light of the Startup Battlefield event at our yearly Disrupt conference. That made her the perfect guest — that’s precisely what we discussed on the show today. From a tight […]

9 Ecommerce Stores That Started With Or Use Dropshipping

When it comes to running an ecommerce store, there are different ways of getting the product to your customer. Dropshipping is a business model that allows you to create an online store without needing any inventory. When a customer makes a purchase, y...

Epik Data Breach Impacts 15 Million Users | Avast




Domain registrar Epik confirmed last week in a tweet that “unauthorized third parties” accessed and downloaded customer account information. “We have identified the cause of the incident and are working towards full resolution,” the company...

Reminder: Stop Reusing Passwords!


Using the same password more than once is a very, very bad idea. This is what you need to know:
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