IBM Loses Challenge to Pentagon Cloud Bid Seen Favoring Amazon
Google CEO Faces First Congressional Hearing: What to Watch
Facebook Exempts News Publishers From Archive on Political Ads
Justices from across spectrum signal they may allow lawsuit.
Apple Defends IPhone App Fees as High Court Weighs Suit
Simplicity is supposed to be a selling point for Apple Inc.’s iPhone. It may be a problem at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Losing bidders can still file additional protests with the GAO or in the federal courts once the contract is awarded.
Executives May Face Jail Over Data Policies in Draft U.S. Bill
Ex-Pentagon Officials Start a New Consulting Firm in Washington
Trump Accuses Twitter of Political Bias
Saudi Lobbyists in D.C. Hunker Down After Khashoggi's Killing
Senator Says Google Failed to Answer Key Questions on China
IBM Protests Pentagon Cloud Contract Expected to Favor Amazon
Microsoft Boasts of a Security Win Ahead of Pentagon Cloud Bids
The project known as JEDI involves converting massive amounts of Defense Department data to a commercially operated cloud system.
The internet giant found the flaw in March during an extensive privacy and security review.
Amazon, the market leader in cloud-computing services, was among 30 companies including Apple Inc. whose servers were infiltrated.
Why Pentagon Cloud-Computing Contract Is a Huge Deal
Google faced blowback over news that it was developing a project for mobile search app that complies with Chinese censorship rules
Sessions Hears From States on Privacy Threat From Tech Firms
More Tech Groups Join Calls to Give Consumers Power Over Data