Fidelity Digital Assets aims to add 110 technology workers by year-end as it branches out to digital currencies beyond bitcoin.
The $61 billion acquisition of VMware reflects growing demand for software applications that replace expensive computer hardware.
The little city on the Tennessee River has had citywide superfast internet for over a decade, and a high quality of life. In the age of remote working, those are paying off big time, says Mayor Tim Kelly.
A $10 million fine levied on Clearview AI by the U.K.’s data-privacy watchdog sets clearer ground rules for balancing software innovation with people’s right to privacy, experts say.
Tech leaders at Walgreens, Carhartt and other companies say they are monitoring markets, inflation and supply-chain uncertainties as they make investments.
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