Google Chrome to let users enable or disable extensions per site
Google is developing a feature that will allow you to deactivate or enable Chrome extensions per site.
The Chrome Web Store includes numerous extensions, but there is a catch: certain extensions might cause website issues, and some sites do not allow certain extensions to run.
Chrome current... Read more
‘TSMC considers Germany for its first European chip plant’
TSMC is considering the construction of its first European chip manufacturing factory, which bodes well for the prospective host country, Germany.
TSMC CEO Wei stated that the business is engaging with European customers and partners to examine the prospect of developing a fabrication site durin... Read more
Exchange Server 2013 reaches end-of-support on April 11
Microsoft will no longer provide technical support and bug fixes for new issues that impact server stability or usability from April 11 onwards.
Additionally, the tech giant will cease time zone updates and security updates that address vulnerabilities impacting servers running Exchange Server ... Read more
‘Avaya in talks about bankruptcy that would cede control to lenders’
Avaya has reportedly discussed a plan with lenders that could see them take control of the company as part of a bankruptcy filing.
According to sources familiar with the matter, the Chapter 11 filing, which allows a company to keep operating while working out a plan to repay creditors, could com... Read more
‘Apple has touchscreen MacBooks in the works’
Apple may finally be ready to abandon its long-standing traditional laptop designs by bringing touchscreens to MacBooks.
According to Bloomberg, the tech giant may launch MacBooks with touchscreens by 2025 as a part of a new MacBook Pro lineup. This revamp could reportedly see the company switch... Read more
‘Worst-ever quarterly decline in global PC shipments’
It's no secret that the holiday season wasn't kind to the personal computer market. According to analyst firms Gartner and International Data Corp (IDC), global PC shipments took a major hit, plummeting by a staggering 28 percent.
Unfortunately, it doesn't seem like things will be looking up any... Read more
Atos receives €27M settlement for botched UK procurement process
The UK government recently paid a €27 million settlement to French IT multinational Atos after failing to direct a supercomputing contract awarded to Microsoft.
In April 2021, the UK Meteorological Office gave Microsoft an £850 million contract for the construction of a supercomputer to prot... Read more
DataRobot launches Notebooks to simplify AI model development
Artificial intelligence startup DataRobot unveiled DataRobot Notebooks, a notebook solution fully integrated within the company's AI platform.
The new feature aims to simplify collaborations across code-based workflows by allowing data scientists to create a notebook with one click.
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‘European Commission starts consultation on big tech network costs’
The European Commission wants to question big tech and telcos on their investment and cloud infrastructure plans before tabling legislation that may require big tech to shoulder network costs, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters.
According to the source, the Commission aims to ensure... Read more
Facebook data-scraping breach attracts GDPR lawsuit
Facebook parent Meta is facing a legal challenge from digital rights group Digital Rights Ireland (DRI) over a significant data-scraping breach that resulted in a €265 million penalty for Facebook under the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) last year.
DRI is challengin... Read more