Amazon is probably one of the largest online retailers in the world, but over in China, its online users have access to Alibaba who is considered to be one of the country’s largest e-commerce websites where users can buy all sorts of items, just like how one can find just about anything and everything on Amazon.
However in a bid to better compete with companies such as Alibaba, Amazon has recently announced the launch of Amazon Business. The main difference here is that unlike regular Amazon which caters to all kinds of customers, Amazon Business plans to cater more towards business customers as its name would imply. Read full post →Amazon Launches Amazon Business, Wants To Take On China’s Alibaba
In what seems like a somewhat ironic twist, popular torrent website Demonoid has reportedly begun to block users from accessing its website if it detects that the user has AdBlock installed. For those unfamiliar, AdBlock is a browser plugin that basically prevents ads from displaying across all websites and services.
However like we said it is a bit ironic especially when you consider that Demonoid is a torrent website that deals with pirated software, music, TV shows, games, and more, which many consider to be stealing. Blocking ads on the other hand is not considered stealing, at least as far as the German courts are concerned so in some ways we have to wonder if Demonoid can see the irony in their actions. Read full post →Popular Torrent Website Blocks Users Who Use AdBlock