Google is raising its bug bounty program for fuzz testing, with the maximum payout now $30,000.
Microsoft may be going all-in on OpenAI tech and ChatGPT, but that doesn’t mean the company wants sensitive information shared with it.
Netflix is continuing its efforts to crack down on password sharing, making it a bit more inconvenient.
FedEx CEO Raj Subramaniam has announced plans to lay off more than 10% of the company’s “officer and director team.”
Bing is undergoing a major upgrade, revamping its crawl system to overcome issues with how sites use the “lastmod” tag.
Cincinnati policeman Darryl Tyus has been fired for using an AirTag to stalk his ex, believed to be a sheriff’s deputy.
Red Hat has signed a major partnership with Oracle to bring Red Hat Enterprise Linux to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Alphabet is poised to deliver its Q4 2022 earnings tomorrow, and analysts are looking to Google Cloud to be the bright spot.
The Biden administration is taking aim at Apple and Google’s mobile app stores, representing perhaps one of the biggest challenge they have yet faced.
Microsoft is moving full speed ahead in its plans to incorporate ChatGPT in Bing, with a new and improved version rolling out in the coming weeks.
Japan and the Netherlands may be joining the US in its efforts to isolate the Chinese semiconductor industry over security concerns.
Tesla executives may be regretting the company’s investment in Bitcoin, with its losses totaling a whopping $140 million in 2022.
T-Mobile has released its fourth quarter and year-end results, and it is abundantly clear the magenta carrier is the undisputed winner of 2022.
PagerDuty CEO Jennifer Tejada has apologized to employees for a cringe-worthy layoff email in which she quoted Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Google is working on a major new Chrome feature, one that would translate text directly within pictures and images.
Intel is showing where its priorities are, slashing employee pay in an effort to maintain its quarterly dividend.