The deal is worth nearly $20 billion, making it Microsoft's second largest ever.
In today's top stories, Amazon workers decide not to unionize, another social media company's users' data was breached and a Transformer robotic toy that responds to voice commands.
Travel industry veteran Terry Jones explains why proving you're vaccinated against COVID-19 will likely be key to letting you travel internationally again.
Whether or not more warehouse employees try to organize, regulators and the public remain focused on working conditions at Amazon.
China's State Administration for Market Regulation doles out a $2.75 billion penalty to the company founded by Jack Ma.
A growing list of companies including Google and Apple are incorporating more accessible design, but progress lags. Here's why experts say that needs to change.
People with disabilities are often overlooked in product design, shutting millions out. More companies are recognizing the problem.
This week's major tech stories include rumours of possible Apple hardware shortages, T-Mobile's home internet service, and E3 going all-digital.
The letter to CEO Sundar Pichai comes after a searing op-ed in the New York Times from a former Google engineer.
The suspect allegedly posted on social media and messaged other people about his plan to "kill ... 70% of the internet."
Stretch is a box-stacking, pallet-moving robot from the company that created the world's most famous robotic dog, Spot.
The union plans to file an objection to the election and expects the National Labor Relations Board to order a revote. Amazon denies allegations of improperly swaying the vote.