Amazon’s Alexa has crossed a significant milestone, having “hunches” regarding what needs to be done and taking the appropriate action.
Opera has announced it has acquired YoYo Games, the company behind GameMaker.
Corellium has announced it has Ubuntu Linux running on an M1 Mac, in what is described as a “completely usable” experience.
It’s been a month and a half since Apple introduced privacy labels, and Google has yet to updates many of its iOS apps to support the feature.
Intel has decided to outsource its i3 processors to TSMC, after considering such a move for months.
Brave has crossed a major milestone, becoming the first browser to support the new IPFS protocol.
Apple has made modifications to prevent users from sideloading iOS apps on the new M1 Macs.
GitHub is backpedaling, apologizing for firing a Jewish employee who warned of Nazis and offering him his job back.
Intel’s soon-to-be CEO is already taking shots at Apple, as the new M1 Macs offer significant advantages over Intel-based machines.
Microsoft has fully embraced open source software, calling it the “industry-accepted model for cross-company collaboration.”