Tech giant Microsoft will invest $50 million in a program that provides cloud-computing services and other resources to organizations working on climate change and environmental technology.
Microsoft has unveiled plans for a major reconstruction and upgrade of its main Silicon Valley campus in Mountain View, which will modernize the site and contain water-saving, green features.
Qualcomm and Microsoft are taking another shot at using smartphone chips in personal computers -- promising 20 hours of battery life and full use of Windows 10 software on 2-in-one laptops.
Amazon's cloud-computing arm spans much of the globe. Data centers full of humming servers that power AWS stretch from Oregon to Sao Paulo, Frankfurt and Tokyo. But this is just the beginning.
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