Linus Torvalds has announced the first release candidate for version 6.0 of the Linux kernel, but it’s not much different than the current 5.19.
Andreessen Horowitz is making its largest single investment in a startup helmed by Adam Neumann, WeWork’s ex-CEO.
AT&T employees are pushing back against the company’s return-to-office (RTO) plans, saying they can do their work just fine from home.
Walmart has reached an agreement to bundle Paramount+ as part of its Walmart+ membership that aims to compete with Amazon Prime.
Zoom has released an update to its macOS client that fixes a severe vulnerability, one that could give a user root access.
In a move that is sure to upset users, Apple may be preparing to bring far more ads to its iPhone and Mac platforms.
Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price has some strong words for the American workplace, saying it’s unique in making workers feel bad for paid time off.
AWS has launched its Private 5G service, although it currently only supports the older 4G LTE.