Android Authority: Nearly 50% of Users Turn Off 5G

5G may be the next major evolution of wireless technology, but roughly half of users are still turning it off.

Some M1 MacBook Screens Cracking

Some Macs users are reporting M1 MacBooks with easily cracked screens.

Walmart Joins List of Companies Requiring Employees Be Vaccinated

Walmart has announced it will require some employees to be vaccinated, a response to the more contagious Delta variant.

AWS Retiring EC2-Classic, Outlines How to Prepare

AWS is retiring EC2-Classic, one of its oldest cloud services, one that dates back to the launch of EC2 in 2006.

T-Mobile Delivers Record Q2, Raises Guidance

T-Mobile continued its assent in the US wireless industry, turning in a record-breaking Q2 and raising guidance across the board.

Linux Foundation Tackles Data Collaboration With Permissive License

The Linux Foundation has announced the CDLA-Permissive-2.0 license agreement to make it easier to share AI and ML data.

SAP Partners With Google Cloud to Accelerate Customer Cloud Adoption

SAP and Google are tightening their working relationship, with the two companies partnering to help customers move to the cloud.

Dell Cancels Some Alienware Shipments to Certain States

Alienware customers in specific states are in for a disappointment, as Dell is cancelling some shipments.

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