Apple Will ‘Make Changes’ After HR Botches Sexual Abuse Allegations

Apple has acknowledged missteps and said it will “make changes” after reports it mishandled 15 women’s allegations of sexual abuse.

Startup Develops Tech to Deliver Pain in the Metaverse

H2L Technologies has developed technology to allow users to experience real pain in response to their metaverse activities.

Elon Musk Pushes Back on Accusations SpaceX Is Cluttering Space

Space X CEO Elon Musk pushed back on accusations his company is cluttering space with its Starlink satellite constellation.

US Officials Warn EU Against Targeting American Companies

US officials are warning the EU not to single out American companies with “protectionist” tech policies.

A Single Customer Was Responsible for Fastly’s Outage

Fastly has said a single customer caused yesterday’s outage, an outage that had widespread repercussions.

CDN Glitch Leads to Massive Internet Outages

A glitch at Fastly, a popular CDN, led to outages for some of the internet’s biggest sites Tuesday morning.

Tesla May Pay for Semiconductors in Advance

Tesla is poised to take the unusual step of paying for semiconductors in advance in an effort to stay ahead of the shortage.

Investors Urging Amazon to Stop Pressuring Workers On Unionization

Investors are reportedly urging Amazon to stop pressuring workers amid the first-ever vote on unionization by the company’s workers.

Is Microsoft Teams the Next Great Spyware?

Microsoft Teams is one of the primary corporate communications platforms, but recent information suggests it collects disturbing amounts of information.

More Evidence Apple Is Working On Its Own Search Engine

More evidence would suggest that Apple is working on its own search engine to help challenge Google’s dominance.

Huawei Shifting Focus to the Cloud

As US-led sanctions take a toll, Huawei is increasingly shifting its focus to the cloud to help secure its future.

Amazon and Goldman Sachs May Soon Partner For Lending Services

According to Quartz, and originally reported on by the Financial Times, Amazon and Goldman Sachs may soon team up “to offer small business loans in the U.S.” Goldman Sachs has already shown itself willing to work with big tech, as…

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai Supports AI Regulation

Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming the ‘next big thing’ in the technology industry, with ramifications that are only now being discovered. At least one Silicon Valley giant believes the development of AI needs to be further regulated. In an…

Apple Removes Financial Times iPad, iPhone App

After refusing to comply with Apple’s new terms for in-app subscription payments, the Financial Times has seen both their iPhone and iPad apps pulled from the App Store. Apple had set a June 30th deadline for all apps to meet…

Steve Jobs Named Financial Times Person of the Year

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg got a lot of press for being Time’s Person of the Year, but the Financial Times has someone else in mind. And no, it’s not Juilan Assange. 

Security Firms Respond to “Google Dropping Windows” Report

Rumor has it that Google is not using Windows internally anymore, and security companies don’t necessarily find this to be a great solution if security is the concern. More than one has emailed WebProNews with reactions to this story.