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For all its skill and dominance in artificial intelligence, Google can be surprisingly lacking in the natural kind.
In its 20-year history, Netflix has grown from a DVD rental website with 30 employees to a global streaming service with over 130 million subscribers.
Microsoft has accepted that enterprises won't purge Windows 7 by January 2020, and will sell extended support for three years past that deadline.
Atlassian’s co-CEO this week apologised to HipChat and Stride users facing disruption as a result of a decision to discontinue the team chat apps.
Scores of early adopters have agreed to pilot the distributed ledger technology, enabling them to track shipments in near-real time.
Google has unveiled a chip and edge software that could transform the enterprise IoT landscape while challenging competitors Amazon and Microsoft.
Bloomberg journalists have been breaking business news since 1990, but these days their reporting relies increasingly on data science.
More than three-quarters of the admins want Microsoft to release feature upgrades just once a year – or even once every other year.
If the best revenge is living well, then Tim Cook is sticking it to everyone.
The Swedish music streaming company has already shut down two data centres as it migrates everything to Google Cloud Platform.
Atlassian’s Stride bites the dust less than a year after launch as Slack moves to strengthen its team chat position.
Google has joined a growing number of cloud service providers who are offering blockchain to enterprises.
Brian Krzanich was one of the loudest advocates for increasing diversity in tech. Will Intel’s efforts continue now that he’s gone?
BP is embracing automation and machine learning to run what it calls 'intelligent operations' and maximise business value in its supply and trading division.