Amazon has rolled out its latest healthcare endeavor, offering Prime members unlimited prescription for $5 a month.
PayPal is in the crosshairs of German regulators over concerns that it used its market dominance to stifle competition.
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A Google engineer of more than 16 years only learned he had been laid off when his company account was deactivated.
Microsoft has announced “a multiyear, multibillion dollar investment” in OpenAI, extending its existing partnership with ChatGPT creator.
Samsung may bring its popular TV Plus streaming app to third-party TVs, according to a new report.
Spotify has joined the ranks of tech companies laying off employees, saying it is laying off 6% of its employees.
Popular application firewall Opensnitch is coming to Debian, one of the oldest and most popular Linux distributions (distros).
Microsoft is (justifiably) taking flak for hosting a private Sting concert for top execs the night before announcing layoffs for thousands of employees.
Google has turned to its founders to help it devise an AI strategy as the company faces its biggest challenge yet to its search dominance.
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Edge computing is more reliable because it allows data to be processed and stored closer to the source, reducing the need to transmit large amounts of data to a centralized location.
Capital One has eliminated 1,100 agile tech jobs, part of its “overall tech transformation.”
Google parent Alphabet has now firmly joined the ranks of companies laying off employees, with plans to cut 12,000 jobs.
T-Mobile has once again been hit by a massive data breach, this time impacting some 37 million customers’ data.
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