Divvy closes $200 million venture round, third in 12 months for fintech dynamo

Divvy has raised $200 million in venture capital as the Utah-based fintech continues to grapple with its rapid growth rate. Founded in 2016, Divvy’s...
Pentagon restricts fitness trackers and other geolocators in high-risk areas

Pentagon restricts fitness trackers and other geolocators in high-risk areas

Security threats from wearables with geolocation features led the Pentagon to restrict the use of fitness trackers and other devices, according to The...
Senator John Thune has some questions for Apple

Senator John Thune has some questions for Apple

A top U.S. lawmaker, Republican Sen. John Thune, has penned a letter to Apple with further questions about...

Elisa promises 5G-ready network by end of May in Finland’s oldest city

Finnish carrier Elisa has promised to complete a 5G-ready network in the city of Turku by the end of May, the company announced...

Google retires DoubleClick and AdWords brands, launches Google Ads

(Reuters) — Alphabet’s Google announced on Wednesday the biggest-ever rebranding of its advertising software, retiring the DoubleClick and AdWords brands to streamline entry...

Microsoft to open its first datacenters in the Nordics as cloud battle heats up

Microsoft has announced plans for two new datacenters in Norway, the company’s first cloud regions in the Nordics. The news comes as rival Google opened...

Amazon’s AWS opens GovCloud U.S. region on East Coast, plans Italian datacenter in...

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has officially opened its second set of high-security GovCloud datacenters in the U.S. Amazon’s cloud computing subsidiary announced plans for...
DuckDuckGo’s new app, browser extension grade websites on their privacy

DuckDuckGo’s new app, browser extension grade websites on their privacy

The big internet browsers are great, but they can be a little relaxed when it comes to privacy. Because of that, a few internet browsers,...

Nike’s iPhone app will use AR to fit shoes with sub-2mm accuracy

If you’ve ever tried to use augmented reality tools built with Apple’s ARKit or Google’s ARCore to measure real-world objects, you know that...

Facebook: ‘Turning a blind eye to bad content is not in our commercial interests’

Facebook has responded to fresh allegations that emerged over the weekend relating to inconsistent moderation practices, with claims ensuing that the company turns...