IBM’s spree of purchases continues, with a deal to acquire myInvenio to help provide AI-powered automation.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has released its own internet speed test app in an effort improve its data on the state of US broadband.
Dell has announced plans to spin off VMware as a standalone company, in a deal expected to bring in $9 billion.
Parallels has released the latest version of Parallels Desktop, boasting up to 30% faster performance running Arm Windows 10 on M1 Macs.
Huawei has laid the blame for the global semiconductor shortage squarely on the US, saying sanctions against Chinese firms have hurt the industry.
Google has made its low-code automation tool, AppSheet Automation, generally available.
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.