Lyft has reportedly hired advisors to find it a buyer or another strategic investor. Given its strong balance sheet, that’s surprising news and suggests rideshare riches aren’t coming anytime soon. Will only Uber be left standing?
Microsoft today asked a federal court to invalidate part of a 1986 law that it alleged has been abused by the government when authorities demand the company hand over customers’ data, including documents, emails and other information stored in the cloud.
In a lawsuit targeting the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Microsoft asked for a judgment that would declare unconstitutional a section of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), a 30-year-old law that government agencies increasingly cite when forcing email, Internet and cloud storage service providers to hand over data to aid criminal investigations.
As more music streaming services and social media apps announce their transition into original content, the battle for positioning remains unpredictable.
Volkswagen’s emissions cheating scandal is getting worse fast, and the executive board is in full-speed amputation mode.
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The public has learned the “how” of Volkswagen’s deception involving the emissions of its “clean diesel” vehicles, but they are still asking the $ 18 billion question, why? The answer will probably unfold over the course of a televised congressional hearing, and the reasons will likely be numerous. But it’s clear that events in the years 2007 and 2008 were among the main impetuses.
Dell Ventures is also entering China with a focus on investing in startups, particularly in the fields of storage, cloud computing, big data, …
A new paper from Osterman Research in conjunction with CTERA Networks argues a clear need for organisations to adopt enterprise grade file sync …