In many ways, digital marketing can feel like the Wild West. Despite decades of exploration into the vast digital landscape of the World Wild Web, there is still much to be discovered as intrepid gangs of cowpokes invent new and exciting ways to wrangle the herd. But while the ever-evolving world of digital marketing can be rewarding, it can also be riddled with uncertainty, risk, and drought if you make the wrong move. After all, there’s always a coyote or two looking to pick off the steer, stealing once hard-earned attention for their own. 

But just as the Wild West

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Apple last week introduced the 2022 iPhone SE, an upgraded version of its low-cost smartphone. The ‌2022 iPhone SE‌ looks identical to the 2020 model, featuring only internal upgrades, and it is arguably Apple’s most lackluster ‌iPhone‌. So who is it for? Read on to find out what we think.

If you’ve seen the 2020 iPhone SE, well, you’ve seen the 2022 version. Apple has not made any exterior updates, and it still looks like the ‌iPhone‌ 8 that was introduced in 2017. This five-year-old design features thick top and bottom bezels along with a Touch ID Home button. It’s

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The Eero Pro 6E mesh router marks a new chapter for the Amazon-owned home networking brand. With full support for Wi-Fi 6E and the resulting ability to send signals in the recently opened, ultrawide 6GHz band, plus a WAN port capable of accepting incoming wired speeds as high as 2.5 gigabits per second, it’s Eero’s most forward-leaning mesh router to date. Not surprisingly, it’s the most expensive Eero system currently in the lineup, too, ringing in at $699 for a three-pack, $499 for a two-pack or $299 for a single device.

It’s also the fastest Eero router

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Data-harvesting code in mobile apps sends user data to “Russia’s Google”

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Russia’s biggest Internet company has embedded code into apps found on mobile devices that allows information about millions of users to be sent to servers located in its home country.

The revelation relates to software created by Yandex that permits developers to create apps for devices running Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android, systems that run the vast majority of the world’s smartphones.

Yandex collects user data harvested from mobile phones before sending the information to servers in Russia. Researchers have raised concerns the same “metadata” may then be accessed by the Kremlin and used to

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Hacked WordPress sites force visitors to DDoS Ukrainian targets

Hackers are compromising WordPress sites to insert a malicious script that uses visitors’ browsers to perform distributed denial-of-service attacks on Ukrainian websites.

Today, MalwareHunterTeam discovered a WordPress site compromised to use this script, targeting ten websites with Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks.

These websites include Ukrainian government agencies, think tanks, recruitment sites for the International Legion of Defense of Ukraine, financial sites, and other pro-Ukrainian sites.

The complete list of targeted websites is below:

When loaded, the JavaScript will force the visitor’s browser to perform HTTP GET requests to

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In case you had not noticed, computers are hot—literally. A laptop can pump out thigh-baking heat, while data centers consume an estimated 200 terawatt-hours each year—comparable to the energy consumption of some medium-sized countries. The carbon footprint of information and communication technologies as a whole is close to that of fuel use in the aviation industry. And as computer circuitry gets ever smaller and more densely packed, it becomes more prone to melting from the energy it dissipates as heat.

Now physicist James Crutchfield of the University of California, Davis, and his graduate student Kyle Ray have proposed a new

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