For Nvidia, Qualcomm, and Google as well
During the IFS Direct Connect 2024 event, Intel's CEO, Pat Gelsinger, answered a couple of questions from the members of the press, including a rather peculiar one from Tom's Hardware hack, Paul Alcorn, where Intel CEO expressed hope that customers for Intel Foundry Services will include Nvidia, Qualcomm, Google, and even AMD.
That’s a nice movie you are watching, you wouldn’t want an advert popping up every five minutes would you?
Amazon has sparked fury among its Prime Video customers by telling them they must cough up more cash if they don't want to watch ads with their shows and movies.
So it allows it to build large warehouses in residential areas
Amazon bragged it has "cultivated" a Southern California city mayor by donating PPE to the city and taking him and his team on tours in a leaked confidential company document.
Can’t sell it to give them an unfair advantage
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has made Facebook and Amazon promise not to sell third-party seller data that gives it an unfair commercial advantage.
First transparency report
In its first store transparency report, Amazon said it has more than 181 million users in the European Union and employs more than 150,000 people directly.
A major anti-trust battle
The Federal Trade Commission is preparing to file a major antitrust lawsuit accusing Amazon of "using its power to reward online merchants that use its logistics services and punish those who don't."
Tweedledum and Tweedledee
Google has formally filed a complaint to the US Federal Trade Commission, publicly alleging that Microsoft used its dominant position in enterprise software to push customers toward Vole's cloud services.
Returning to the cold war
The subsea cable market is in danger of dividing into eastern and western blocs as the US is putting pressure on companies to avoid Chinese ties.
You know nothing about Snow
Amazon Web Services has announced a new member of its "Snow" family of on-prem hardware -- but the machine’s specs appear not to be available to eyes outside the US military.