- eBook customers file a class-action lawsuit against Amazon for anti-competitive pricing agreements
- Successful malware incidents rise
- China tosses more obstacles at WHO team investigating Covid-19 origins
- IBM acquiring, left and right, to get back into the customized cloud industry
- NSA recommends only 'designated' DNS resolvers
- Qualcomm to acquire Nuvia
- Self-driving vehicles exempt from some crash standards in U.S.
- Curt Franklin on his personal experience with tech visionary Sheldon Adelson
- Kiwi Camara, CEO of DISCO talks about reducing the paper chase in your legal office and why DISCO thinks they are the SalesForce of the legal world.
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- Amazon hit with class-action antitrust lawsuit alleging it colluded with major publishers to illegally drive up e-book prices by
- Successful Malware Incidents Rise as Attackers Shift Tactics
- Scientists stuck as China keeps foiling WHO investigation on virus origin
- IBM continues shopping spree with Taos acquisition to boost hybrid cloud business
- NSA Recommends Using Only 'Designated' DNS Resolvers
- Qualcomm will acquire chip company founded by Apple execs for $1.4 billion
- U.S. Exempts Self-Driving Vehicles From Some Crash Standards