Wants to help the government out
Taiwan will allow Terry Gou, the billionaire founder of Taiwan's Foxconn and TSMC to negotiate on the government's behalf for COVID-19 vaccines.
Cloud’s not too sexy for Milan
Google will offer cloud computing services based on AMD's newest data centre chip, Milan in a move likely to intensify AMD's push to grab market share from rival Intel.
Showing commitment to ARM operations
Nvidia is spending at least $100 million on a supercomputer in the United Kingdom in a move to show the UK authorities how committed it is to the country now that it wants to own Arm.
Moving to Rust
Google said it's funding a project to increase Linux security by writing parts of the operating system's core in Rust.
TV ratings enter the 21st century
TV rating outfit Nielsen says that it has finally come up with a way of telling if people are streaming shows.
Cl0p hit US targets
Police in Ukraine said this week they arrested members of a major ransomware gang.
Chew more power than Cascade Lake
Intel’s latest Ice Lake Xeons are likely to be a huge disappointment to data centre customers as they suck up more power than the previous Cascade Lake generation.
Replaces John Thompson
Software King of the World Microsoft named Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella as its new chairman, in place of John Thompson.
Says it will not be in its users' interest
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that he believes a proposed European law known as DMA would "not be in the best interest of users," signalling the iPhone maker's opposition to European legislation that would force it to allow users to install software outside of Apple's App Store.