Dell Technologies is spinning off its 81 per cent equity ownership of VMware to pay off some of its debt and position its self for future growth.
Hashtag Trending, April 16, 2021 – Shopify execs exit; U.S. sanctions on Russia over SolarWinds; Proposed EU legislation takes hard stances against AI
Three of Shopify’s top execs announce their exit, the U.S. announces sanctions on Russia over the SolarWinds hack; and the EU considers a ban on AI and facial recognition.
A Toronto enterprise password management provider is expanding into the field of machine secrets management with the launch of a new product and an acquisition.
Hashtag Trending, April 15, 2021 – DuckDuckGo blocks FLoC; NYT’s tech workers unionize; Virtual workspace craze
DuckDuckGo can now block Google’s tracking method, Tech workers at The New York Times have formed a…
The Dell Inspiron 16 Plus comes with a 16:10 display, dedicated graphics and Intel’s high-performance processors for $950.
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, is integrating its ClearPass Policy Manager offering with the Aruba EdgeConnect SD-WAN edge platform to address new security challenges brought on by the growing work-from-anywhere market.
Hashtag Trending, April 14, 2021 – Salesforce’s return to the office underway; US senator takes on big tech; Taco Bell store goes fully digital
Salesforce welcomes vaccinated employees back into the office, US senator Josh Hawley wants to ban companies worth over $100 billion from merging or acquiring other companies, and Taco Bell is opening its first fully digital location in Times Square
Hashtag Trending, April 13, 2021 – Microsoft acquires Nuance; Tim Cook talks to The Star; Nvidia’s new processor
Microsoft acquires Nuance, a speech transcription app for $19.7 billion, Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks on the importance of protecting privacy, and Nvidia graces us with its new ARM-based central processor.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Canada’s new president Mike Hilton says the Canadian channel is rife with opportunities as he takes over for his predecessor Paula Hodgins.
Hashtag Trending, April 12, 2021 – Clubhouse data leak; Amazon workers vote against unionization; Pregnancy discrimination at Google
A clubhouse leak leads to 1.3 million people’s data exposed, Amazon workers say no to unionization, and a woman’s story about her ongoing fight against Google continues.
Hashtag Trending, April 9, 2021 – Chip shortage keeps auto manufacturers idle; Facebook won’t notify users of leaked data; Verizon too hot to spot
Chip shortages are hurting auto manufacturers, Facebook isn’t going to notify the half a billion users whose data got leaked, and Verizon issues a recall for its hotspot devices due to a fire hazard.
Hashtag Trending, April 8, 2021 – Facebook hiring practices in the spotlight; Google I/O goes virtual; Ontario schools go virtual
Reporting sheds light on Facebook’s hiring practices, Google I/O returns virtually this year, and Toronto schools are going remote.
Intel’s third-generation Xeon “Ice Lake-SP” data centre processors have arrived to challenge AMD’s “Milan” Epyc processors.
Google wins in the copyright fight against Oracle, tension among Amazon workers is growing, and goodbye Yahoo Answers.
High notebook shipment contrasted by low desktop PC revenue, and the semiconductor shortage will last for at least another six months.