IBM Is Raising Storage Prices

IBM is raising the price of storage for customers outside the US, the latest indication of the effects of growing inflation.

Apple Delays Release of Apple Car to 2026, Limits Scope

Apple is dealing with an unusual setback, delaying the launch of the long-rumored Apple Car and reigning in the scope of the project.

Adobe/Microsoft Collaboration Brings Full PDF Support to Teams

Adobe and Microsoft are collaborating to bring full PDF viewing and editing support to Microsoft Teams.

Facebook Threatens to Remove US News Over Journalism Bill

Facebook is once again threatening to remove news from its platform, this time in the US in response to a journalism bill before Congress.

Verizon’s Fastest 5G Now Reaches More Than 175 Million

Verizon is catching up in the 5G wars, with the company now covering more than 175 million people with its fastest 5G Ultra Wideband.

Starshield: SpaceX’s Military Satellite Platform

SpaceX is launching a second line of satellites named “Starshield,” this one aimed at military and national security applications.

SolarWinds Is in Trouble With the SEC Over Supply Chain Attack

SolarWinds is facing monetary and enforcement consequences as a result of its supply chain attack in 2020.

Amazon’s Advertising Unit the Latest to Suffer a Headcount Freeze

Amazon’s advertising unit is freezing its headcount as the company deals with economic headwinds impacting the industry.