Google is accused of abusing monopoly powers by the U.S. government, hackers are using cyber crime for good, and Microsoft debuts Azure – in spaaace.
SK Hynix buys Intel’s last NAND fab in China.
The EU is investigating Instagram for allegedly exposing the contact data of up to 5 million underage users, you will soon get a phone single on the moon, and Google launches it’s ‘hum to search’ feature.
CDN Morning Briefing, October 19, 2020 – Aruba highlights edge opportunities, drama at Datto, plus a chatty Reddit
Aruba highlights edge opportunities, drama at Datto, plus a chatty Reddit
Hashtag Trending – A $2B tax evasion scheme; Zoom launches OnZoom; Oracle CEO supports Lindsey Graham
A billionaire is indicted on charges of tax evasion and wire fraud, Zoom launches a new service, and a report shows Oracle’s CEO donated $250,000 to a super PAC supporting Sen. Lindsey Graham shortly after the TikTok deal.
More WFH woes, but in the meantime Dropbox makes WFH permanent, plus, a Facebook exec speaks out and calls Facebook ‘a threat to democracy.’
Amazon workers are striking in Germany, Google comes out with new robots to help farmers, and Twitter…
CDN Morning Briefing, October 15 – Chatting with HostedBizz and Cloudian about data storage, news from Cohesity and AWS, plus more
To keep up with the firehose of news, we’ve decided to deliver some extra channel news to…
A Miami-based managed services provider has suffered a major data breach, with nearly 1TB of its users’ data leaked, according to researchers from CyberNews.com.
Apple’s new iPhone 12, Prime day kicked off the holiday shopping season, and Disney is going to be making a historical change
We take a trip down memory lane to revisit old websites and feel old, pubs and restaurants sell contact tracing information; and is it time to consider work from home dress codes?
IBM is saying goodbye to its legacy business by spinning off its managed infrastructure services into a…
GPS tracks sea turtle traffickers; Netflix Canada is hiking its prices, and IBM says goodbye to its managed infrastructure services
Hashtag Trending – LAPD admits using facial recognition; Battle against Big Tech; QAnon banned on Facebook
The LAPD admits to using facial recognition since 2009, House Democrats are calling for big changes among the big four, and Facebook bans QAnon.
There won’t be a new Note come next-gen, but the S Pen won’t be going away.