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TikTok Seen Moving Toward US Security Deal, but Hurdles Remain

The Biden administration and TikTok have drafted a preliminary agreement to resolve national security concerns posed by the Chinese-owned video app but face hurdles over the terms, as the platform […]




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EU clears Microsoft-Nuance without conditions

The European Union’s competition regulator has given the all-clear to Microsoft’s $19.7 billion purchase of transcription tech firm Nuance, which was announced earlier this year. The EU said today it […]




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Tech Workers Swore Off the Bay Area. Now They’re Coming Back.

Rizal Wong, a junior associate at the tech and business communications firm Sard Verbinnen and Company, left the Bay Area in December, trading a studio apartment in Oakland for a […]




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G.O.P. Lawmakers Question Amazon’s Connections on Pentagon Contract

WASHINGTON — As the Defense Department prepares to solicit bids for cloud-computing work that could yield billions of dollars for Amazon, members of Congress are raising new questions about the […]




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Months later, we’re still making sense of the Supreme Court’s API copyright ruling

Kin Lane Contributor Kin Lane is Chief Evangelist at Postman, an API development platform with a user base of over 13 million software developers. APIs, or application programming interfaces, make […]




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As Deadline Lapses, Trump Administration Continues TikTok Talks

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration will allow a Friday deadline for TikTok’s Chinese parent company to sell the viral video app to lapse, said a person with knowledge of the […]