The days of a free X (Twitter) may soon be over, with owner Elon Musk saying the company may start charging a monthly fee.
AWS has been amassing a stockpile of IPv4 addresses, a stockpile that could now be worth a whopping $4.5 billion.
Amazon has announced the dates of its second Prime Day event of the year, with “Prime Big Deal Days” slated for October 10-11.
Elon Musk has offered details on a meeting between tech leaders and lawmakers, saying there was “overwhelming consensus” in favor of AI regulation.
Cisco has killed off its Hyperflex hyperconverged infrastructure line of products, blaming a changing market.
Amazon continues to invest in generative AI, applying it to the task of creating product descriptions for sellers.
Microsoft is pulling out all the stops and making a massive concession in an effort to win UK approval of its Activision Blizzard acquisition.
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The UN has weighed in on the impact AI will have on the workforce, saying clerical jobs are the ones most at risk.
Amazon has unveiled its Fire TV Channels app, giving customers access to 400+ free channels.
As if TikTok’s problems couldn’t get any worse, the FBI and DOJ are investigating its parent company for surveilling Forbes journalists.
Governor Katie Hobbs is telling critics not to rule out TSMC’s Arizona plant as a “paperweight,” saying it may be upgraded.
YouTube is turning up the heat on users using ad blockers, going so far as to block them after multiple warnings.
Hyundai is pulling out all the stops in its efforts to begin EV production at its Georgia plant, eager to benefit from government incentives.
Alexa is getting some major upgrades, with Amazon leveraging the power of generative AI to boost the personal assistant.
Signal is preparing for a quantum computing world, unveiling a new protocol designed to be resistant to quantum computers.
Twilio has been selected as a Leader in Gartner’s first-ever Magic Quadrant for Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS).
Linux long-term support (LTS) kernels will have a smaller support window, a major change for the Linux community.
WhatsApp has released an iPad beta, finally giving users one of the most requested features in the app’s history.
Amazon has announced plans to hire 250,000 employees for the holiday season, up from 150,000 hires the year before.
Microsoft Paint is getting a major upgrade, one that will help it better compete with more feature-rich image editors, at least for its target audience.
Apple has made an important change to Voice Memos to improve privacy, encrypting their titles when stored in iCloud.
The Federal Trade Commission, with the support of the Food and Drug Administration, is warning pharmaceuticals not to unfairly try to block generic drug makers.
Microsoft is preparing to add more AI functionality into Teams, making it possible for developers to create AI-based Teams apps.
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo doesn’t believe China can produce 7nm chips at scale, despite Huawei’s recent announcement.
Jack Dorsey is once again going to be CEO of Square, taking over after current CEO Alyssa Henry steps down in October.
Ben Skeggs, the maintainer of the the open source Nouveau driver for Linux, has resigned from Red Hat and is “stepping back from nouveau development.”
Microsoft’s reputation for not being able to protect its data and keys has taken another hit, with its AI researchers exposing 38TB of data.
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Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer has big ambitions for the company’s gaming business, saying he wants to buy Nintendo.
The FTC has sent five tax preparation companies a Notice of Penalty Offenses, warning them regarding the use of consumer data.
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