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Intel Signs Microsoft As Foundry Customer

Microsoft will use Intel’s chip contract manufacturing division to manufacture a custom computing chip, chip giant says

1 week ago

OpenAI Introduces AI Model That Turns Text Into Video

What is real? OpenAI's new AI model 'Sora' can “create realistic and imaginative scenes from text instructions”

2 weeks ago

Starlink Not Used By Russian Troops, Says Moscow

Kremlin denies Ukraine claim that Elon Musk's Starlink is being used by Russian troops in occupied territories

3 weeks ago

NCSC Warns Of ‘Living Off The Land’ Attacks Against Critical Infrastructure

“Living off the land” attacks, where hackers are camouflaged within internal networks, pose national security risk for critical infrastructure

3 weeks ago

Third Of European Businesses Have Adopted AI, Says AWS

AWS finds AI already adopted at sizeable number of European businesses, resulting in increased revenues, productivity

4 weeks ago

Microsoft To Allow Cloud Users To Store Personal Data In Europe

In effort to resolve privacy worries, Microsoft is to allow its cloud customers to store all personal data within EU

2 months ago

BT’s Successor Allison Kirkby To Start As CEO On 1 February

With current chief executive Philip Jansen stepping down at the end of the month, BT confirms February start for new…

2 months ago

EU’s Antitrust Head To Meet Tech CEOs Next Week

Margrethe Vestager to met Tim Cook, Sundar Pichai, Jensen Huang etc to discuss EU digital regulation and competition policy

2 months ago

Xerox Axes 15 Percent Of Workforce, Admits ‘Cyber Incident’

Happy new year. Tech veteran Xerox is to hand out P45s to approximately 3,000 employees in the first quarter of…

2 months ago

Bank Of England, FCA Propose Rules To Regulate Bank’s Tech Reliance

Financial Conduct Authority, Bank of England publish proposals to bolster tech resistance of the financial sector

3 months ago

Ofcom’s Age Verification Proposals Pose ‘Significant’ Privacy, Security Risk

Open Rights Group slams Ofcom's proposals for age verification checks on porn websites, citing privacy and security concerns

3 months ago

Ofcom Proposes Face Scanning, Banking Details For Porn Age Verification

Proposals published by Ofcom for porn websites to implement acceptable age verification measures under Online Safety Bill

3 months ago

IBM Unveils Heron Quantum Chip, Plus Quantum System Two

Next generation quantum processor dubbed 'Heron', and the modular IBM Quantum System Two unveiled by Big Blue

3 months ago

UK’s CMA Wins Appeal To Investigate Apple

Apple's mobile browser and cloud gaming services will be investigated after the CMA won an appeal on Thursday

3 months ago

Google Agrees To Pay Canadian News Publishers

Agreement with Canadian government will see Google pay local news publishers $73 million a year. Meta dispute however, continues

3 months ago

Uber To Tempt London Black Cabs With App Offer

Uber is to open up its platform to London's black cabs in 2024, but taxi association says there is no…

3 months ago

AWS re:Invent: Amazon Q Touted As New Business Chatbot

Amazon answer to ChatGPT? Amazon Web Services confirms launch of business focused AI chatbot called Amazon Q

3 months ago

US Wraps Up Landmark Antitrust Case Against Google

Government wraps up its evidentiary phase of landmark antitrust case against Alphabet's Google, but closing arguments may come in 2024

4 months ago

ChatGPT Back Online After “Major Outage”

OpenAI's ChatGPT service is back online after “major outage” on Wednesday afternoon that lasted just short of two hours

4 months ago

Apple Disappoints As FY23 Results Decline

Declines for Mac, iPads and wearables, home and accessories, plus gloomy holiday season outlook, dents Apple's Q4 and full year…

4 months ago

Apple Watch To Include Blood Pressure, Sleep Apnoea Detection – Report

Forthcoming Apple Watch to include two notable healthcare functions, with coaching and health services also reportedly in the mix

4 months ago

Vodafone To Exit Spain With Sale Of Spanish Arm To Zegona

Mobile giant confirms it will sell Vodafone Spain to Zegona for $5.3 billion (£4.4bn), in another restructuring move by new…

4 months ago

BT Clocks 530 Cyberattacks Every Second

Alarming. New data from UK telecoms giant BT has revealed the scale of cyberattacks being launched on a daily basis

4 months ago

UK Cites Nuclear Plant Operator Over Cybersecurity Strategy

EDF placed under "significantly enhanced regulatory attention", as it is insists "there is no risk to plant safety at our…

4 months ago

Google To Tweak Gmail To Combat Spammers

Battling the spammers. Google makes changes to Gmail to make life more difficult for those send thousands of emails a…

5 months ago

UK Security Budgets Under Strain As Cyber Incidents Soar

Report from iomart and Oxford Economics finds UK businesses struggling to balance security budgets, amid soaring cyber incidents

5 months ago

Ofcom To Investigate Amazon, Microsoft Over Cloud Domination – Report

UK regulator is reportedly pushing for an antitrust investigation into Amazon and Microsoft's cloud dominance

5 months ago