Dell has announced plans to spin off VMware as a standalone company, in a deal expected to bring in $9 billion.
Huawei has laid the blame for the global semiconductor shortage squarely on the US, saying sanctions against Chinese firms have hurt the industry.
The European Union is preparing to pass rules that would ban AI-based mass surveillance, in the strongest repudiation of surveillance yet.
Google services, including Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides and Classroom are experiencing issues Monday morning.
Microsoft is acquiring Nuance in a deal worth some $19.7 billion, Microsoft’s second-largest acquisition, in a bid for the healthcare cloud market.
Microsoft has (finally) released a 64-bit version of the OneDrive sync client for Windows.
A new report shows that AI is increasingly being used in a defensive capacity, to combat AI-powered cyberattacks.
Max Levchin, CEO of Affirm, describes the company’s debit card as the anti-credit card. the idea of credit cards fundamentally is to get you to spend, get into debt, and stay in debt.
Signal may not be as popular as Facebook’s WhatsApp, but even Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg may use the competing product.