Oracle announced on Wednesday that it has secured a cloud-computing alliance with Microsoft, an acknowledgment the database giant’s go-it-alone approach to the cloud wasn’t working.
The looming US antitrust investigation of Google is galvanising as many as a dozen companies to gather their longstanding complaints about the Alphabet unit and consider bringing them to the justice department.
Apple has announced a slew of new privacy features on Monday, including a new “sign in with Apple” capability.
Twitter is showing its users more ads. That’s a clumsy approach to boosting advertising revenue in an age of sophisticated micro-targeting, and it shows the weakness of Twitter’s business model.
Google’s Maps app will now warn South African drivers about speed limits and both permanent and mobile speed traps.
Tech giants, including Apple, Google and WhatsApp, have urged the UK’s GCHQ to abandon a proposal that would allow it to eavesdrop on encrypted chat conversations.