Cisco is launching its Webex Go phone service, designed to streamline hybrid and remote workers’ workflow, eliminating the need for multiple devices.
Microsoft’s run of good quarters appears poised to continue, with a “Picasso-like masterpiece quarter.”
The SEC has investigated so called “meme stocks,” such as GameStop’s epic run, ultimately deciding there was no wrongdoing.
Microsoft is taking a step few of its competitors are taking, embracing right-to-repair for its devices.
Verizon has expanded its 5G Home Internet solution, providing the service in 60 cities across the US.
Intel has ruled out the possibility of building a factory in the UK, thanks to Brexit.
Europe is once again establishing itself as a leader in privacy protection, preparing to ban the use of facial recognition by law enforcement.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has announced the company will invest $1 billion in Africa over the next five years.
It was a known fact that Telegram gained users during Facebook’s recent outage, but founder Pavel Durov is putting a number on it: 70 million.