Nvidia's cloud gaming service shows ads
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So much for a free trial with no catch

Nvidia's cloud gaming service GeForce Now is about to be a bit less of a bargain - on 5 March after Nvidia announces that users will start seeing ads.

Companies get off of their clouds
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Firms ditch online data for old-school servers

It is starting to look like the cloud bubble is bursting as more firms return to on-site data centres.

Cloudy with a chance of rip-off
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Ex-geek warns cloud could go the same way as mainframes

A former software engineer has warned that cloud setups could end up the same way as the old mainframes,

Amazon moans to UK anti-trust body
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Microsoft has been a big meanie

Amazon has told Britain's antitrust authority that its rival Microsoft uses business practices restricting customer choice in the cloud computing market. It is the second major company to criticise the US tech giant's operations.

British Tech tycoon guilty of rape and sexual assault
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Fall of the cloud computing king

Technology entrepreneur Lawrence Jones (pictured) once dubbed the cloud computing king has been found guilty of raping two women in the early 1990s and sexually assaulting a third woman a decade ago.