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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has appointed ex-Google CEO Eric Schmidt to lead a panel on post-pandemic “reform” of health and education systems, despite criticism for taking other billionaires with conflicts of interest on board.
Russian director Nikita Mikhalkov claims billionaire Bill Gates might be seeking to implant humanity with microchips under the guise of vaccination, seeking to control people and ultimately “solve” overpopulation.
Microsoft co-founder and tech icon Bill Gates has resigned from the company’s board of directors, stating he will dedicate more of his energies to philanthropy, but will continue to advise CEO Satya Nadella.
A mother was forced to chase tech giant Microsoft for 11 months after her sons’ Xbox Live account was hacked and the fraudster made off with almost £240 ($310) of FIFA gaming points. Not everyone online was convinced by the tale.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella unwittingly triggered a major backlash with his tepid criticism of India’s new CAA citizenship law, prompting some Indians to call for a boycott of the Windows operating system.
PC users still running 2009’s Windows 7 operating system are despairing online and paying their respects as Microsoft finally ends its technical support for the software.
Microsoft is in damage control after former employee has claimed that contractors in China reviewed audio recordings from Skype calls over the open internet, with zero security measures, no vetting, and one shared password.
A civil lawsuit has been filed in a federal court in Washington DC against Apple, Google’s parent company Alphabet, Tesla, Microsoft, and Dell. They are accused of exploiting child labor in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Amazon has filed a lawsuit protesting the Pentagon’s decision to award a contract worth up to $10 billion to Microsoft to supply the military with a new cloud storage system, insisting the bidding process was marred by bias.