Mobileeye plans IPO
Intel is planning to make its self-driving-car unit Mobileye a public company in the middle of next year -- an IPO which could value the Israeli unit at more than $50 billion
Customers and rivals asked for their views
EU's antitrust regulator looking at software King of the World Microsoft's $16 billion deal for transcription technology company Nuance Communications Inc (NUAN.O), asking customers and competitors to draw up a list of concerns.
500,000 jobs vacant
The US government is speeding up efforts to fill nearly 600,000 vacant cybersecurity positions in the public and private sectors bogging down efforts to protect digital infrastructure.
Co-founder secretly running a mobile tracking service
The co-founder of a company that has been trusted by technology giants including Google and Twitter to deliver sensitive passwords to millions of their customers also operated a service that helped governments secretly surveil and track mobile phones.
This time over job cuts
A group of workers at an Activision Blizzard division supporting the Call of Duty franchise plan to call out of work Monday in protest of job cuts that took place last week.
Just when you thought capitalism could not get worse
A dot com mortgage company fired nine percent of its workers in a single Zoom call without warning and just before Christmas.
We never meant for the news to get out
Israel said it was abandoning plans to use antiterrorism software and databases to track the movement of suspected Omicron variants.
Need to be put down
Videos and GIFs of cute animals — usually cats — are being used to peddle false information and conspiracy theories, according to Apple fanzine the New York Times,
Nine routers had 226 potential vulnerabilities
Insecurity experts tested nine popular routers made by Asus, AVM, D-Link, Netgear, Edimax, TP-Link, Synology, and Linksys, and found that they were packed with 226 potential vulnerabilities.