By ZDNet Editors
for IT Facts
| October 23, 2003 -- 08:37 GMT (01:37 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
Is your business cybersecure? It depends on who you ask
Celebrating 30 years of the Web
HP EliteBook x360 1040 G5: The ZDNet verdict
Intel to Windows 10 users: You have patches for 19 severe flaws, use them!
Facebook to overhaul ad-targeting system after discrimination complaints
Housing, employment, and credit ads will no longer be hidden from users of certain ethnicity, gender, or age groups.
Tencent to axe 10 percent of senior managers: Report
A number of Chinese tech companies have reportedly announced plans to axe staff despite the claims being denied by China’s official department.
Google announces Stadia game streaming platform
Stadia platform will let you play games on Google's servers but beam high-quality video feeds to your own devices.
Customer engagement: Context, meaning, and measurement
MySpace lost 13 years worth of user data after botched server migration
Most photos, songs, and videos uploaded to the site between 2003 and 2015 are lost for good, site said.
Valve’s Steam gaming platform pledges new approach to review bombs
Off-topic review bombs are at the heart of changes which have not met with full applause.
Windows 10 users: We're killing OneDrive Groove Music streaming, says Microsoft
Microsoft continues to retire components of Groove Music with no more streaming OneDrive music from March 31.
Apple's just a 'monopolist': Spotify hits back over revenue split
Apple and Spotify argue over which of them owns app users.
Middle East tech: Nine things the region must do to safeguard its financial future
As AI and automation arrive, countries across the large and diverse Middle East and North Africa region have some major structural issues to tackle.