Kicking Palantir off of AWS is among their demands, too
PUBG price slashed on Steam after selling more than 50 million copies - as daily player numbers plunge
Should you link your data sets to add value, or leave them separate to reduce risk?
Developers first in the queue to test TensorRT and TensorFlow integration tools running on Nvidia GPUs
Data is the perfect intersection of logic and emotion
First significant change to Office interface since 2007
And he's not happy about it
Windows 7 and 8 among a slew of products for which Microsoft is winding-down support
Remains to be seen how Microsoft will 'monetise' $7.5bn GitHub purchase
Huawei, Oppo, Lenovo and TCL all benefited from data deals with Facebook
Apple bid to force developers to use Metal instead risks games exodus from Mac platform
Weekend rumours confirmed - price tag even more than the wildest rumours suggested
Just when you thought US politics couldn't get more entertaining...
How free and easy has Facebook been with your data? It gave 'deep access' to Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and Samsung
New claims emerge over Facebook personal data spillages
Artificial intelligence could save people from unnecessary surgery
Dabney worked with Nolan Bushnell on arcade classic Pong, but left in 1973 after claiming that he had been sidelined
Apple squashes Steam Link app on 'business conflicts' grounds
James Robbins of ArrowXL says that AI is no longer 'tomorrow's technology'
Private equity firm Permira only acquired Magento from eBay for $200m three years ago
It's not easy not being evil
Procedural content generation is out and artificial intelligence is in
Hampton Court maze would be too easy for DeepMind-powered AI
Who needs software testing when you've got millions of users who can do it for free?
Azure working towards Skynet status