Cloudflare is the latest company to ditch Intel, announcing it will not be using the company’s processors in its next generation servers.
AccuWeather has announced a new severe weather alert notification system exclusively for T-Mobile customers.
Wind energy was the big winner of 2020, accounting for the single largest segment of new energy capacity added in the US.
The COVID-19 pandemic is driving governments around the world to invest more heavily in IT.
Docker has updated its subscriptions, and Docker Desktop is no longer free for large businesses.
Ford is joining the growing list of companies pushing back their return to the office date, telling employees they will not be back till next year.
United Wholesale Mortgage has announced it will accept Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency by year’s end.
Tencent and NetEase have both taken a hit to their stock price following China’s decision to limit how much time minors can spend gaming.
When you’re trying to convince the world of your autonomous driving software, it’s a good idea not to hit police cars — as Tesla is learning.
South Korea is poised to become the first country to ban Apple and Google from locking developers into the use of their payment systems.