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(Reuters) - For at least the third time since the beginning of this year, the U.S. government is investigating a hack against federal agencies that began during the Trump administration but was only recently discovered, according to senior U.S. officials and private sector cyber defenders.
(Corrects paragraph 10 after IEA clarified that its presentation meant to say it sought enforcement of existing rules and not that it was seeking new rules)
Nevada this week paused efforts to pass a bill that would allow technology companies to buy land and form quasi-local governments, following criticism that the proposal was part of a troubling trend of “smart cities” run by tech behemoths.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A U.S. Court of Federal Claims judge on Wednesday refused to dismiss Amazon.com's claims alleging the Trump administration interfered in the Pentagon's award of its $10 billion JEDI cloud computing contract to Microsoft Corp.
(Reuters) -Facebook Inc beat Wall Street expectations for both quarterly revenue and profit on Wednesday but warned that growth later this year could "significantly" decline as new Apple Inc privacy policies will make it more difficult to target ads.
(Reuters) -Microsoft Corp on Tuesday met analysts' quarterly sales expectations and beat profit estimates, but its shares fell slightly reflecting some skepticism about one-off benefits included in the results and high hopes after a year-long rally.
(Reuters) - Arm Ltd, the British chip technology firm being acquired by Nvidia Corp in a $40 billion deal, on Tuesday gave new details about its next generation of data center technology and said Oracle Corp and Alibaba Group Holding will use the chips.
Lyft is selling its autonomous driving division to Toyota for RM2.25bil, in a similar move as Uber, as it struggles to survive during the pandemic.
(Reuters) -Apple Inc on Monday said it will establish a new campus in North Carolina that will house up to 3,000 employees, expand its operations in several other U.S. states and increase its spending targets with U.S. suppliers.
Eugenio Derbez is a Mexican actor with a sceptical view of the coronavirus vaccine and a large following on Instagram. So, naturally, the White House couldn’t wait to set him up for an interview with Anthony Fauci.