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.
The Central Intelligence Agency is working on its own chatbot, the latest evidence of the growing importance of AI developments.
Google is killing off yet another product, Google Podcasts, with plans to move all podcast features to YouTube Music.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has weighed in on the iPhone 15 Pro heat issues, saying the culprit is not the A17 Pro chip powering it.
As expected, the Federal Communications Commission has formerly announced a new net neutrality proposal.
Ford has announced it is pausing work on a $3.5 billion Michigan EV battery plant, citing multiple factors for the decision.
The iPhone 15 Pro has an overheating problem that could spell trouble for Apple’s custom line of semiconductors.
Signal CEO Meredith Whittaker doesn’t mince words about AI and privacy, saying the tech “is a surveillance technology.”
The Federal Communications Commission looks poised to reinstate net neutrality, a move that will be welcomed by many in the tech industry.
The Federal Trade Commission has launched a widely expected lawsuit against Amazon over alleged antitrust violations.
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Users that rely on Gmail’s Basic HTML view should prepare for a change, with Google killing off the feature in January 2024.
Dave Limp, the 13-year Amazon veteran who recently resigned, has been tapped to take the top job at Blue Origin.
Getty Images is providing customers a guarantee that its AI-generated images are free of copyright art, even offering to pay customers’ legal bills if they get sued.
Spotify is piloting a major new feature, one that would translate podcasts into other languages — while still using the podcaster’s voice.
Amazon has announced an expanded partnership with Anthropic, the maker of the Claude AI, and will invest up to $4 billion.
The FCC is cracking down on spam robocalls that use a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) providers to skirt regulation.
The EU Commission has reinstated a fine against Intel for antitrust violations, the latest development in a long-running saga.
Semiconductor firm Rivos has fired back in its legal battle with Apple, countersuing over the company’s “overbroad” non-compete agreements.
The days of ad-free Prime Video are coming to an end — at least at the current price point — with Amazon introducing ads in 2024.
The city of San Francisco pulled out all the stops in its efforts to impress Dreamforce attendees and appears to have succeeded.
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