Jim Keller, who joined Intel last year after stints at AMD, Apple, and Tesla, says Moore’s law isn’t dead, but needs a new, broader interpretation.
The 30th anniversary of the end of the Tiananmen uprising highlights how Chinese, and Western, companies filter what Chinese internet users can see.
Foursquare said it had acquired Placed, which tracks location through apps that offer rewards, from the owner of Snapchat.
As the trade war heats up, Apple is an enticing target for Chinese reprisals. It derives a nearly 20% of its revenue from the country, and its supply chain is based there.
Airbnb agreed to turn over information on 17,000 residences, so city officials can look for signs of illegal short-term rentals.
GitHub’s new Patreon-like service aims to reward developers for maintaining free software, and bolster the open source ecosystem.
Google’s ChromeOS has its roots in Linux, but until now you could only run some Linux apps on some Chromebooks.
Microsoft is bringing the heart of Linux to Windows, the latest sign of the software giant’s increasing receptiveness to open source software.