☁️ Amazon, Microsoft, Google Strengthen Grip on Cloud
Plus: Twitter sues India's Government, Crypto's last man standing, and more…
Amazon, Microsoft, Google Strengthen Grip on Cloud. The pandemic period has been a boon for the trio of companies that dominate cloud computing. Now as the economy enters another tumultuous phase, Amazon.com Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Google appear poised to extend their strength. The three companies… (Aaron Tilley / Wall Street Journal)
Twitter, Challenging Orders to Remove Content, Sues India's Government. Twitter, Challenging Orders to Remove Content, Sues India’s Government The company’s move echoes legal action last year by WhatsApp, which had been instructed to make its messages traceable to outside parties. That case is still pending. (Karan Deep Singh / The New York Times)
Crypto's last man standing. Two years ago scarcely anyone in mainstream finance had heard of Sam Bankman-Fried, or ftx, the cryptocurrency exchange he launched in 2019. Both gained greater prominence, first as the crypto craze reached fever pitch and then as crypto fell to… (The Economist)
Senate Intelligence Committee Calls On FTC To Investigate TikTok For 'Deception'. The Senate Intelligence Committee has sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission asking that it open an investigation into whether TikTok misled U.S. lawmakers about China-based employees of its parent company, ByteDance, accessing American user… (Emily Baker-White / Forbes)
Amazon takes a Prime step back into restaurant delivery in the US with new Grubhub investment and partnership. Image Credits: Christine McCann / Getty Images Amazon tried but then ultimately stepped away from building its own cost-intensive Grubhub and DoorDash competitor in the U.S. back in 2019. Now three years on, it's taking a different approach to… (Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch)
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