Twitter users take a moment to remember their love for BlackBerry phones on a day when the stock goes haywire.
Google said today it is taking several steps to help with COVID-19 vaccine distribution in the United States, including grants and opening its facilities to vaccination programs. The tech giant is among several other large corporations, including Amazon, Walmart, Starbucks and Microsoft, that have pledged support to local government agencies and medical providers to help increase vaccinations. In the announcement, Google chief executive officer Sundar Pichai said the company will pledge ad grants and funding worth a total of $150 million to health organizations and public health agencies to promote vaccine education.
IT consulting group Atos and OVHcloud are partnering to offer fully European-led cloud computing services, the two French groups said on Tuesday. The move is aimed at widening the choices for European-based companies and public sector entities in the fast-growing cloud computing sector, which is dominated by Amazon.com Inc, Microsoft Corp and Alphabet Inc's Google.