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Google’s G Suite now has 6 million paying business customers, as it ramps up competition with Microsoft and Zoom
Google's bundle of productivity tools for businesses and schools now has 6 million paying customers, up from the 5 million it had in February 2019.
The NY attorney general's office sent a letter to Zoom asking what security measures the company has put in place to handle its huge surge in usage.
IBM cancels its biggest event of the year over coronavirus fears, as it makes a new rule that employees can’t go to a conference with over 1,000...
IBM canceled its annual developer conference Think over coronavirus concerns. It follows Google Cloud, Facebook, and other tech companies in doing so.
Lambda School, a buzzy online coding bootcamp backed by big Silicon Valley names, could be placing far fewer graduates in jobs than it says
Lambda School, a coding bootcamp backed by GV, claims 86% of its graduates find jobs, but a new report indicates it could be lower.
Two years ago Microsoft launched a special program to help startups get off the ground and use its cloud, and now it’s giving them access to two...
Microsoft for Startups will give startups access to GitHub Enterprise and Microsoft Power Platform. Here's how it helps Microsoft in the long run.
Linus Torvalds, creator of the Linux operating system, warned developers not to use an Oracle-owned file system because of the company’s ‘...
Linux creator Linus Torvalds said he does not feel "safe" adding code from ZFS, built by Oracle's Sun Microsystems, to the Linux open source project.
Meet the developer group trying to break the mental health stigma in tech, where moving fast and breaking things leads developers to burnout and healt...
After developer Ed Finkler spoke about depression, anxiety, and ADHD at a tech conference, he decided to start Open Sourcing Mental Illness.
These Berkeley PhD students and the co-founder of buzzy $6.2 billion Databricks are tackling the next really hard problem for big data programmers
Andreessen Horowitz led the funding round for Anyscale, a startup born out the University of California, Berkeley. Here's what Anyscale's plans are.
Police reportedly raided the Moscow office of NGINX after a Russian search engine giant claimed ownership of its extremely popular web server code
Two cofounders were reportedly detained after NGINX's Moscow offices were raided — not long after Rambler claimed ownership of its code.
Oracle will move its OpenWorld conference to Caesars Forum in Las Vegas because of high hotel rates in San Francisco and "poor street conditions."