Amazon has filed a motion in court to pause the US Department of Defense and Microsoft from carrying out an up to US$10 billion cloud computing deal.
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Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Alphabet and its Google subsidiary, has said that healthcare offers the biggest potential over the next five to 10 years for using artificial intelligence to improve outcomes.
IBM's high margin cloud computing business has boosted the company's profit forecast.
Apple CEO Tim Cook backs changes to global tax rules that are currently under consideration.
A proposal for a temporary ban on facial-recognition technology won backing from Alphabet Chief Executive Sundar Pichai, but Microsoft disagrees.
Samsung has named President Roh Tae-moon as its new mobile chief as part of a management shake-up.
Microsoft has said would take out of the atmosphere as much carbon as the company had ever produced, joining US tech giants in setting ambitious goals for combating climate change.
McAfee has hired Peter Leav, the former CEO of BMC Software, as its new CEO.
Microsoft has set a new ambition among Fortune 500 companies in addressing climate change, pledging to remove as much carbon as it has emitted in its 45-year history.
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Amazon.com will ask a judge to temporarily block Microsoft from working on a US$10 billion cloud contract from the Pentagon, a court filing has revealed.
Microsoft has rolled out an important security fix after the US National Security Agency tipped off the company to a serious flaw in its widely used Windows operating system.
Apple is trying to change the way electronics are recycled, with a robot that disassembles its iPhone so that minerals can be recovered and reused.
Samsung Group, whose leader faces trials over a bribery scandal, has appointed external experts to a new oversight panel to stamp out criminal conduct.
Samsung flagged a smaller-than-expected fall in quarterly operating profit, indicating that memory chip prices bottomed out quicker than analysts had anticipated.