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Google redesigns its productivity suite amidst the remote working boom

Google recently released new updates to its Workspace productivity suite to better adapt to remote working. Sources confirmed that the move could also allow it to better compete with Microsoft’s products, which notably have been witnessing substantial growth.

Nvidia aiming to enhance AV technology through DeepMap acquisition

American multinational technology company Nvidia Corporation has reportedly agreed to acquire DeepMap, a startup devoted to building high-definition maps for autonomous vehicles (AV), for an unrevealed sum.

In a statement, Ali Kani

French watchdog fines Google USD 268 million over adtech abuse

L'Autorite de la concurrence, Frances regulatory body for business competition, has reportedly fined Google approximately €220 million ($268M) in a case of self-preferencing in the adtech sector.

The watchdog found th

US Secretary of Energy emphasizes the importance of cyber security

U.S. Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm on Sunday (June 6) stated that she objects to U.S. companies paying ransoms to cyber criminals. Instead, the firms targeted by the cyber criminals must alert the federal government, she emphasized.

Global chip shortage crisis to impact laptop production till 2022: Acer

Acer Inc. has stated that its laptop production capabilities will remain under severe stress until 2022 amidst the global shortage of semiconductors.

For those unaware, the worldwide shortage of chips has led to supply disruptions

AMD introduces Radeon RX 6000 mobile GPUs aiming to surpass Nvidia

Leading semiconductor company AMD has reportedly launched the laptop versions of its Radeon RX 6000-series graphics cards with an aim to surpass Nvidia’s mobile RTX 30-series GPUs.

Sources have suggested that the product line

Microsoft, Qualcomm collaborate to create Windows on ARM developer PC

Technology giant Microsoft has reportedly joined hands with leading semiconductor company Qualcomm for creating a Windows on ARM-based dev kit for developers. According to the credible sources, the miniature PC will be available at the Microsoft Store for sale from th

MIT proposes to acquire 29 data centers in the US at US$1.32 billion

MAPLETREE Industrial Trust has reportedly proposed acquisition of 29 data centers in the US with an investment of US$1.32 billion. The trust is expecting to raise S$800 million in an equity funding exercise through a private placement and preferential offer for raisin

Twitter to launch paid service, Twitter Blue with Undo Tweet feature

American social networking major, Twitter, is reportedly working towards introducing a subscription service, dubbed Twitter Blue, which will offer certain exclusive new features to the users. 

According to the sources of knowl