'Tech companies need to think more about it, as a society, across this country, we need to think more about it,' Brad Smith told FOX Business.
The “Octopus” is one of the world’s largest boats, and costs a whopping four times more than what Allen paid for the Portland Trailblazers.
A Twitter spokesperson said the company is “committed to doing our part,” in regard to maintaining the integrity of its site during the 2020 presidential election.
Chinese agents have been using LinkedIn to recruit assets, The New York Times reported.
A winner will not be determined until the review has concluded.
Amazon and Microsoft are the two remaining contenders left in the bidding race.
Microsoft reportedly joins Apple, Google and Amazon in listening in on private conversations.
Microsoft’s Mixer jumped into the headlines this week when top streamer Tyler Blevins, better known as “Ninja” to gamers, announced he was switching to the platform from the Amazon-owned Twitch.
From 2005 to 2018, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and Microsoft spent a collective $582 million.
Former Microsoft VP & COO Bob Herbold says the tech company can be classified as a distinctly different type of business than what you see in Amazon, Alphabet’s Google and Facebook.
He may have lost his place as the second richest person in the world this week, but Bill Gates is still the most admired man in the world, according to a new study.
NSO Group's Pegasus was reportedly used to penetrate Facebook's WhatsApp messaging service.
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Multiple lawmakers have voiced concerns about the bidding race throughout recent weeks.
The Florida senator expressed concern the contract might not give taxpayers the best value.
Potential conflicts of interest between frontrunner Amazon and the Department of Defense have raised many questions.
“Fileless” malware that can steal your personal information uses legitimate system tools in an effort to go undetected, researchers from the Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection team warned this week.
The platform looked at 21 technology companies on the Fortune 500 in the industries of Internet Services and Retailing, Computers, Office Equipment, Computer Software, Network and Other Communications Equipment and Entertainment.
Ebooks purchased from the Microsoft Store are due to disappear any day now.
Oral arguments pertaining to a legal challenge from Oracle are expected to begin next month.