Microsoft is killing off its SwiftKey predictive keyboard for iOS, with plans to remove it from the App Store as of October 5.
Despite being a big supporter of hybrid and remote work, Cisco believes its current incarnation could use some work and is tackling the problem with new Webex features.
The hits keep on coming for Clearview AI, with the UK’s privacy watchdog fining the company $9.4 million and demanding it delete its data on UK residents.
Sanctions imposed on Russia by the international community are having an unforeseen side effect: ransomware has taken a hit.
Samsung Experience Division CEO JH Han literally bowed in apology to shareholders over the company throttling apps on its phones.
Miguel de Icaza, founder of Xamarin and a developer behind the Mono framework, is leaving Microsoft.
Apple has said it inadvertently recorded some customers’ Siri interactions, even when the setting was disabled.
AWS experienced another outage Wednesday morning, just days after a massive one that impacted major companies.
Larry Ellison has predicted his company’s cloud ERP business will grow faster than projected, being “a lot bigger” than $20 billion in five years.
AWS is planning to launch AWS Australia, in an effort to better serve its Australian customers.
Zoom has agreed to settle a class action privacy suit for $85 million over missteps the company made early in the pandemic.
Avaddon ransomware group appears to be closing shop and has sent all its decryption keys to BleepingComputer.
Dell Technologies CTO John Roese says 2021 will be a big year for 5G, as it moves beyond the consumer and begins to reach its full potential.
Microsoft Teams is one of the primary corporate communications platforms, but recent information suggests it collects disturbing amounts of information.
Security firm Sophos has informed customers it suffered a data breach as a result of a misconfigured database.
Microsoft has once again pushed back its timetable for returning to the office, saying remote work will continue till July 2021 at the earliest.
Windows users excited about the upcoming Windows 10X will have to wait until the sprint of 2021 for a single-screen rollout, with dual-screen support debuting a year later.
Users excited about Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 10X and Surface Neo phone will have to wait till next year, according to reports.
Some things are too good to last, and it appears Google and Microsoft’s BFF cooperation on the browser front is one of them, as both companies are taking swipes at the other.