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(Reuters) -Microsoft Corp posted its most profitable quarter on Tuesday, beating Wall Street expectations for revenue and earnings, as PC sales declines stemming from a global chip shortage were more than made up for by a boom in cloud services.
Google Cloud employees were baffled when they learned that their next boss would be Thomas Kurian, an executive who struggled to shepherd Silicon Valley mainstay Oracle Corp into the promised land of Internet computing.
Someone called you, but you didn’t pick up in time? Don’t panic, WhatsApp is now letting users join group calls in progress. The messaging application has unveiled a new feature on its platform that shows users group calls currently underway.
BERLIN (Reuters) -Shares in SAP fell on Wednesday, with investors disappointed that the German business software group's revenue and profit outlook had not been lifted further.
After years of directly pressuring Facebook Inc and other social media companies to rid their platforms of hate speech – with limited success – civil rights groups are shifting tack: They’re taking their fight to Washington.
At the Maryland nonprofit where Robin McKinney and her team help low-income Americans with their taxes, requests for help have been flooding in during the Covid-19 pandemic as libraries and other spots with free Internet access shut their doors.
It began in February with a tweet by pop star Rihanna that sparked widespread condemnation of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s handling of massive farmer protests near the capital, souring an already troubled relationship between the government and Twitter.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Glitches in a new system used to manage the U.S. Justice Department's $4.7 billion grant program are causing delays in funding programs from victim services to criminal justice research, say more than a dozen staffers and grant recipients.
Nowadays, there are systems that enable autonomous driving on well-developed routes even in small cars.
Telecommunications as a public utility has been acknowledged by the Federal Government, but it has only been recognised by three states so far, according to the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission.