The global PC market is projected to return to its 2019 shipment levels by next year, with growth driven by a stronger holiday season forecast
Google has accused Microsoft of anti-competitive practices in the UK cloud market, claiming Microsoft's licensing practices force customers into using Microsoft's Azure cloud services
Researchers have discovered a critical vulnerability in Zoom Rooms that could allow attackers to access sensitive data.
AWS unveils AI-centric updates, including Generative SQL for Amazon Redshift, vector search for various databases, and responsible AI features for Titan Image Generator.
Researchers found that prompting ChatGPT to repeat a word repeatedly can extract its training data. OpenAI has yet to respond.
Microsoft is partnering with Nvidia to bring confidential AI capabilities to Azure, using encryption technology to protect data and models during execution.
Dell's AI server demand is high, leading to a 39-week wait time. The company is exploring alternative computing options to Nvidia's GPUs.
Meta has sued the FTC, arguing that the agency lacks the authority to impose new privacy restrictions on the company.
New Bluetooth vulnerabilities, dubbed BLUFFS, allow attackers to break Bluetooth security and compromise devices.
AWS introduces Guardrails for Amazon Bedrock to help companies deploy safe and compliant language models.
Google's single sign-on (SSO) integration with Windows can be exploited to navigate laterally within corporate networks, bypassing traditional security measures.
Microsoft's Phone Link app may soon let you use your Android phone as a webcam for Windows PCs.
Microsoft offers a new Azure Expert Assessment service to help organizations plan and cost their cloud migrations.
EU consumer group BEUC files complaint against Meta over ad-free subscription service, alleging unfair practices.
Google DeepMind AI's GNoME predicts 2.2 million new crystal structures, potentially revolutionizing materials science and technology.
OpenAI reinstates Sam Altman as CEO,Microsoft gains a non-voting observer seat on OpenAI's board.
Microsoft TechNet Wiki will become read-only on December 5, 2023. Users can still access existing content but cannot make edits.
Microsoft will release two more cumulative updates for Exchange Server 2019 in 2024, even though the product is no longer in mainstream support.
Microsoft has released a new platform called SharePoint Embedded that allows businesses to develop custom applications
Samsung has released its Samsung Internet browser for Windows PC. The browser is available for free on the Microsoft Store