Microsoft emerged on Monday as the big winner of the upheaval at OpenAI.
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Healthy companies led by competent, commercially successful and globally beloved founders generally don’t tend to fire them.
OpenAI’s board fired the company’s CEO, Sam Altman, sending shockwaves across the tech industry.
OpenAI has unveiled a marketplace that allows users to access personalised artificial intelligence “apps”.
Microsoft is pulling ahead of its chief rivals, Amazon.com and Google, in the burgeoning cloud services market.
Qualcomm has said its new chip for Windows laptops will be faster at some tasks than Apple’s M-series silicon.
Sayta Nadella has complained that Google is locking up expensive and exclusive content deals with publishers.
The truce came crashing down in 2020 when the tech giants found themselves at odds over web search.
Microsoft’s longtime product chief, Panos Panay, has resigned, just days before the company’s next “special event”.
Satya Nadella said he believes AI will be as profound as the internet was to every part of Microsoft’s business.