AWS is unveiling its latest initiative designed to help it remain the cloud leader: the AWS Digital Sovereignty Pledge.
Dropbox has announced a deal to acquire assets from Boxcryptor in an effort to bring end-to-end encryption to its service.
Media groups have come out in favor of Julian Assange, urging the US to drop the charges against him.
Samsung’s self repair plans may be coming into sharper focus, with a reported Self Repair Assistant app in the works.
Comcast is once again showing why it is among the most hated companies in America, charging customers a $27 “Broadcast TV” fee.
Snap appears to be doing an about-face on remote work, requiring the majority of employees in-office in February.
Bob Iger’s return as CEO of Disney may signal a time of change, but the company’s hiring freeze is one thing that won’t change.
Epson has announced it is exiting the laser printer business, citing environmental and business concerns.
China is experiencing some of its most widespread protests in years, but protesters do not have access to a tool they have come to rely on.
Amazon’s unionization woes are increasing, with workers at the company’s largest air hub pushing to organize.
The FCC is continuing its crackdown on Chinese telecom firms, banning equipment from Huawei, ZTE, and others.
In a report that surprises no one, half of of small computer shops access customers’ private data, with some copying and saving it.
iPhone shipments are set to take another hit as workers at supplier Foxconn’s main factory engage in violent protests.
The economy received a boost during Black Friday, with this year’s online spending breaking records despite inflation.
Elon Musk is already eyeing his next business, threatening to make an iPhone and Android competitor if Twitter is removed from app stores.