Based on a 2018 comparison, running virtual machines (VMs) with Microsoft Azure is less expensive than with Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Companies are trying to remove the burden of downloading games by streaming them directly from remote servers.
From privacy preserving advertising exchanges to encrypted genomics, the world's biggest tech companies are prioritizing the future of data security.
Tech giants are hiring people to help solve problems and repair the companies' images in areas including user privacy, elections security, AI and ethics, and more.
With the market expected to reach $7.7B by 2021, Amazon, Microsoft, and Google each now offers serverless platforms as they compete to attract and retain customers.
While Amazon Web Services remains the dominant cloud services platform, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform are increasing their market share. As a result, companies are employing "multi-cloud" strategies that are changing the structure of the cloud industry and the power dynamics that lie within.
Google's patent creates streamlined interactive cords that expand beyond standard control systems to improve both functionality and, most importantly, security.
Google's next big thing will likely come from one of its new priority areas, like cloud, transportation, and healthcare. Each has a massive, global addressable market and plays well to Google's strength in AI.