The Federal Trade Commission is reportedly preparing an antitrust lawsuit against Amazon, the latest in regulators’ efforts to reign in Big Tech.
Google is rolling out support for VMware in Google Cloud in the form of “a Google-managed VMware platform.”
Activision Blizzard has reached an agreement with the SEC to pay a $35 million fine over disclosure controls and whistleblower violations.
Google is continuing its quest to come up with an answer to OpenAI’s ChatGPT, investing in a rival founded by a former OpenAI VP.
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LG has expanded the availability of Apple’s entertainment apps, bringing them to some 200 TV brands.
Microsoft is taking another crack at Salesforce, integrating ChatGPT email creation into Viva Sales to make it easier for salespeople to communicate with clients.
After years of absence, Sergey Brin is once again back at Google and has just submitted his first code request.
Amazon delivered its quarterly report and it was bad news as the company turned in its first unprofitable year in almost a decade.
With a new year comes new privacy and cybersecurity challenges for companies large and small, not the least of which is new regulation.
Google is raising its bug bounty program for fuzz testing, with the maximum payout now $30,000.
Microsoft may be going all-in on OpenAI tech and ChatGPT, but that doesn’t mean the company wants sensitive information shared with it.
Netflix is continuing its efforts to crack down on password sharing, making it a bit more inconvenient.
FedEx CEO Raj Subramaniam has announced plans to lay off more than 10% of the company’s “officer and director team.”
Bing is undergoing a major upgrade, revamping its crawl system to overcome issues with how sites use the “lastmod” tag.
Cincinnati policeman Darryl Tyus has been fired for using an AirTag to stalk his ex, believed to be a sheriff’s deputy.
Red Hat has signed a major partnership with Oracle to bring Red Hat Enterprise Linux to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.