Amazon Hit With Record-Breaking Fine by EU Over Data Privacy

Amazon has been hit with a whopping $888 million fine from the EU over how it handled private data.

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New York Times Pushes Back a Return to the Office

In what is becoming an all-too-familiar routine, the New York Times has announced it is pushing back its return to the office.

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Better Late Than Never: Amazon Fire TV Cube Supports Zoom Two-Way Calling

Amazon has announced its Fire TV Cube now supports two-way Zoom video calling.

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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.

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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.

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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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Biden Promotes High-Speed Internet Provision of Infrastructure Bill

President Joe Biden is talking up the high-speed internet provision of his signature infrastructure bill.

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Apple No Longer Listed Under NAB Attendees

Following news Apple would be attending its first NAB Show in a decade, the company has been pulled from the list of attendees.

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FTC May Target Google and Facebook’s Data and Algorithms

The Federal Trade Commission may target Google and Facebook’s data, and the algorithms they rely on, as part of a larger antitrust crackdown.

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Apple Reports Record Third Quarter

Apple reported its third-quarter results, turning in a record quarter and smashing expectations.