A job posting suggests that Microsoft is planning to explore the use of small nuclear reactors for its major data centers.
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The cost of cybersecurity threats caused by organisation insiders rose over the course of 2023, according to a new report from the Ponemon Institute and DTEX Systems.
The way in which US copyright law interacts with the burgeoning field of generative AI remains nebulous, and could cause problems for generative AI training that will come to a head in court cases.
The biggest antitrust trial of the century has kicked off, targeting Google's search business, and a second trial against the tech giant, focusing on advertising, is scheduled for next year. Here's an updated, play-by-play account of major milestones in the cases.
Shadows of the Internet Explorer trial of the 90s loom as the government opens its trial against Google today, accusing the internet giant of illegally maintaining a monopoly on search.
Generative AI may be helping businesses and consumers alike as of tax season, as Intuit rolls out Assist, an AI assistant designed to bring new functionality to TurboTax, QuickBooks, and more.
A new survey shows widespread awareness among developers of generative AI risks, but adoption for development tasks is increasing.
The two companies are working together on several areas in the CRM value chain, including the integration of Salesforce offerings for sale via IBM’s consulting business.
The world of enterprise Linux developers has been roiled of late by a dispute between Red Hat and several companies that sell support for similar distributions.
China has quietly rebranded a once-shuttered program designed to entice chipmaking experts to the country, according to a Reuters report.
The UK’s Competetion and Markets Authority has approved Broadcom’s $61 billion acquisition of VMware, but the deal still faces hurdles, including Chinese regulatory approval.
Cisco was eager to talk up an eased supply chain situation and strong demand for hyperscale AI technology in its fourth quarter earnings call this week.
Multiplatform web browser Opera has its own AI assistant, Aria, now offered for iOS and available on all major platforms.
A forthcoming image-focused AI chip from Kneron looks to enable a host of improvements around edge compute, security and automotive applications.
Oracle, SUSE and CIQ will form the Open Enterprise Linux Association, in response to changes at Red Hat that have upset the enterprise Linux ecosystem.
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