Amazon’s AWS cloud division has scored another win with an announcement that Salesforce will use it to expand services internationally. Continue reading “Salesforce Makes $400 Million Deal for Amazon’s Cloud Services”
Apple reportedly considered making a bid for media giant Time Warner, owners of properties including Warner Bros. and HBO.
Facebook is retraining employees that work on its Trending Topics news feature in response to official queries from Republicans about reports that the company suppressed conservative-leaning articles, although the company denied allegations of systematic political bias. Continue reading “Facebook to Retrain Online News Staff to Address Anti-Conservative Bias Concerns”
Apple is planning to launch a rival to Amazon’s popular Echo connected speaker that will be powered by its voice-activated digital assistant Siri — a feature the company is also planning to finally open up to developers, sources told the Information. Continue reading “Apple Reportedly Building ‘Siri Speaker’ to rival Amazon’s Echo”
Twitter is making some big changes, at least in the context of 140 characters or less.
US engineer Frances Arnold has won the Millennium Technology Prize for pioneering “directed evolution”.
Nokia could be planning to cut 10,000 to 15,000 jobs worldwide, according to Reuters. That number is far greater than the company’s earlier announcement that it would layoff around 2,4000 jobs in Finland and Germany in a cost-cutting effort.
Software glitches are increasingly bedeviling automakers with Tesla Motors and Jaguar Land Rover leading the pack when it comes to the highest rate of defects, according to a new survey released Tuesday.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has been embattled. But religiously doomed savior? Continue reading “What Is ‘Variety’ Thinking? Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Depicted as Failed Jesus Carrying Y-Shaped Cross on Magazine Cover”