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Apr 22nd, 2022
Bill Gates Steps Down
He's been slowly scaling back his involvement in the company he started.
Mar 14th, 2020
Pentagon Reconsiders Cloud Deal
Rival tech giant Amazon has publicly protested the contract, and called it a flawed bidding process.
Mar 13th, 2020
Drugmaker Readies Virus Vaccine
More than 80,000 people have been infected globally from the viral outbreak that began late last year in China.
Feb 25th, 2020
Copy/Paste Pioneer Has Died
Computer scientist Larry Tesler made using computers easier for generations.
Feb 20th, 2020
Raytheon Engineer Guilty
His computer contained sensitive material, including a user's guide for an air-to-air missile.
Feb 18th, 2020
China Denies Equifax Cybertheft
The United States indicted four members of the Chinese military for allegedly stealing the personal information of tens of millions of people from Equifax networks.
Feb 11th, 2020
Xerox Raises Bid for HP to $35B
A lower bid was rejected in November.
Feb 10th, 2020
IBM's First Female CEO to Exit
Fewer than six percent of S&P 500 companies are currently run by women.
Jan 31st, 2020
Apple, Broadcom Owe University $1.1B
The two tech companies are expected to appeal the verdict.
Jan 30th, 2020
US Official: China Steals 'Massive Amounts' of Data
Robert Strayer was in Paris along with a Justice Department official to convince France not to use Huawei technology from China.
Jan 22nd, 2020
Facebook to Add 1,000 UK Jobs
More than half of the new jobs will be in technology-focused roles such as software engineering.
Jan 21st, 2020