Opinion: Big Tech is no longer winning as big, but these two stocks still seem safe

The Big Tech earnings boom is officially over, but some of the world’s most powerful and valuable companies are breaking off from the pack. As this column told you months ago, profit increases are no longer a given for Big Tech. Collectively, Alphabet Inc. GOOGL, + 3.70% GOOG, + 3.82%, Amazon.com Inc. AMZN, + 4.65%, … Read more

Amazon (AMZN) Q1 2022 earnings

Amazon shares dropped as much as 9% in extended trading on Thursday after the company issued a revenue forecast that trailed analysts’ estimates. Here’s how the company did: Earnings: $ 7.38 per share, adjusted, vs. $ 8.36 expected, according to Refinitiv Revenue: $ 116.44 billion vs. $ 116.3 billion expected, according to Refinitiv Here’s how … Read more

[News Zoom-In] ‘Win-win game’ of Public · Private with cloud application model

Applied to administration beyond civil serviceMinistry of the Interior and Safety provided 12 types of application modelsCSP driven projects, not MSPSignificance of securing a large market in the p ‘Cloud computing service application model’ where private sector providing public cloud service will bring big changes both public and private organizations. In the public sector, the … Read more

Unimaginable! How a solar storm can knock out the internet on Earth; horror explained

Can a strong solar storm knock out the internet on Earth? An Electrical Engineer answers and reveals the worst possible scenario. Since the past few months, the Sun has been shooting solar storms towards the Earth and these in turn spark geomagnetic storms on our planet that impact humans in various ways. The most catastrophic … Read more

7 tips from cybercrime experts to stop hackers in their tracks

Hacking is big business online. There are two big reasons why people get hacked: Flaws in software and flaws in human behavior. You can’t do much about coding vulnerabilities, but you can change your own behavior and bad habits. “Computers are just like guns back in the old days,” says hacker Jayson E Street. “Criminals … Read more

A Turkish chef launches kebab into space, video goes viral on the Internet

A video has been uploaded by Reuters on its Twitter handle showing a Turkish chef and a space engineering student launching a kebab into space. Here is how the internet reacted to the video. From the latest happenings, trends to any random topic you want to search for, the internet provides everything with just a … Read more

Microsoft’s Making New Xbox Ad Tech For Games

Image: Xbox / Epic / Kotaku Raise your hand if you’re excited to see more ads inside your favorite video games? I don’t see any hands. Well, bad news: A new report claims that Microsoft is building an advertising program to give “select brands” the ability to buy ads that will then appear in free-to-play … Read more

Innogrid enters IPO process … Cloud listing follows

Innogrid, a cloud computing company, is challenging for an IPO, 17 years afterits establishment. Korea Investment & Securities Co., Ltd. was selected as the listing manager for the KOSDAQspecial technologies listing. It also plans to complete the pre-IPO funding, promoted with Korea Investment & Securities Co., Ltd. It plans to submit a preliminary review request … Read more

Big Tech to US Congress: Forget about antitrust, pass a privacy law

Tech giants have a message for US Congress: Stop pushing for antitrust laws, and pass privacy rules instead. Lobbying to stop a package of bills designed to curb Internet giants’ power reached a frenzy last week, as the window for major legislation before the midterms closes. Two industry groups representing companies such as Meta Platforms … Read more