A vulnerability Microsoft has already fixed in an urgent security update this week is wreaking havoc on businesses, and has caught the attention of the White House.
The former antivirus exec has found himself in more legal trouble.
Wu will serve as a special assistant for technology and competition policy at the National Economic Council.
Cristiano Amon, incoming CEO of chipmaker Qualcomm, warns in an interview with CNET that the shortage may not end until late 2021.
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The Google-owned platform suspended Trump almost two months ago.
The argument would be that Apple restricted music streaming services other than its own.
The shortage is impacting cars, game consoles and phones, says Qualcomm incoming CEO Cristiano Amon.
The social network's AI research team says it's made a "breakthrough" with its self-supervised computer vision model known as Seer.
The music streaming service will operate independently under Square.
Big volume, strong profitability and at least one signature technology will be required.
The company reportedly considered a television for years before deciding not to build one. Will a car go the same way?