Following AWS, Google Compute Engine also moves to per-second billing

A week ago, AWS announced that it would soon move to per-second billing for users of its EC2 service. It doesn’t come as a huge...

Tesla shifts to Intel from Nvidia for infotainment: Bloomberg

(Reuters) - The giant information and entertainment screens in Tesla Inc’s cars will now be powered by chipmaker Intel Corp after the electric carmaker replaced Nvidia Corp for that function,...

Signal update keeps your address book secret, keeps it safe

No one would use a secure messaging service like Signal if you couldn’t find out who else was on it — but how can you...

Twitter trials expanding tweets from 140 characters to 280

Twitter for the first time is expanding beyond its 140-character limit, the company announced today. The social network says it will now try out a...

Roivant receives bad news — and so does Softbank

Last month, Softbank, through its massive Vision Fund, led the single biggest private financing round for a health care company ever —  funneling $1.1 billion into...

UK inventor James Dyson aims for electric car launch by 2020

LONDON (Reuters) - James Dyson, the billionaire British inventor of the bagless vacuum cleaner, said on Tuesday his company was working on developing an electric car to be launched by...

Google Cloud acquires cloud identity management company Bitium

Google Cloud announced today that it has acquired Bitium, a company that focused on offering enterprise-grade identity management and access tools, such as single-sign on,...

Equifax CEO departs, forgoes bonus after massive data breach

(Reuters) - Equifax Inc (EFX.N) said on Tuesday that Chief Executive Richard Smith would leave the company and forgo this year’s bonus as criticism mounts over a massive cyber attack...

FCC finds 'effective competition' in U.S. wireless market

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A divided Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday approved a report that found for the first time since 2009 there is “effective competition” in the wireless market, a...

Uber says it will pull out of Canada's Quebec province

TORONTO (Reuters) - Ride-hailing service Uber Technologies Inc said on Tuesday it will stop operating in the Canadian province of Quebec next month, pulling out to avoid following tough...