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Facebook has shared an update about its Catalyst Housing Fund, an initiative it began in 2016 with $20 million of investment. The firm says it's on track to invest $1 billion in the next decade.
A group of 22 French and German companies will be setting up a non-profit legal entity to run the Gaia-X cloud computing platform—Europe's bid to break free of AWS, Azure, and GCP.
Hundreds of revealed emails indicate that several employees from Microsoft, Amazon and other major tech companies were involved in purchasing ''services'' from trafficked sex workers.
Beijing's technology hub, Zhongguancun, has been ranked the world's top tech hub by a newly released report. Silicon Valley, the most well-known tech hub, slipped to number three in the rankings.
Microsoft has bought 65 acres of land in San Jose, the economic center of Silicon Valley. The company has indicated that the site will help in widening its reach in cloud and internet tech.
Microsoft has conducted tests, such as the Weissman Score introduced by the TV show Silicon Valley, on Google's Brotli. It's endorsed the compression algorithm and announced an alpha preview for .NET.
Amid several sexual harassment scandals in the tech industry, the President of Harvey Mudd has criticized companies for a lack of investment in human resources, and the presence of "bro culture".
Xiaomi's International Vice President Hugo Barra is leaving the company after three and a half years. Barra has announced that he take some time off before starting something new in Silicon Valley.
Saudi Arabia has invested a huge amount of money in the ride-hailing company, but Uber has found itself under fire for accepting cash from a government that regularly abuses human rights.
Google will no longer rely on contracted security staff after announcing guards will be included in the payroll; the new employees will receive the same benefits as Google engineers and programmers.
Microsoft announced layoffs today and part of the cuts involved the company's research center in Silicon Valley, where the doors will be shut permanently on Friday.
The IRS has come out saying that the free lunches offered by corporations are a taxable event and that employees who take advantage of these services should have the value of lunch taxed.
It would appear that Facebook's oldest user could be a 101-year-old Californian woman who, coincidentally, lives in the same area as the site is headquartered. She's been on Facebook since mid-2009.
Sprint's 4G rollout has been much faster than expected. Silicon Valley seems to have gained 4G connectivity overnight, much more quickly than the original schedule suggested it would.
The Sydney-based co-founder of Google Maps has spoken for the first time about his decision to jump ship to Facebook. Mr Rasmussen announced late last week he would make the move to Facebook after six...