By Reuters bureaus (Reuters) - A global tech outage was disrupting operations across multiple industries on Friday, with airlines halting flights, some broadcasters off air and services from banking to healthcare hit by system problems. While major U.S. airlines - American Airlines,

By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Alphabet unit Google's cloud subsidiary will look into other options in its fight against Microsoft's licensing practices, the head of Google Cloud head said on Wednesday. The comments by Amit Zavery came after Microsoft reached

By Daniel Wiessner (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp has agreed to pay $14 million to settle a California agency's claims that it illegally penalized workers who took medical or family-care leave, the agency said on Wednesday. The California Civil Rights Department in filings

By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Microsoft faces a hefty antitrust fine after the European Commission on Tuesday accused it of illegally linking its chat and video app Teams with its Office product, giving it an unfair advantage over rivals

By Noel Randewich and Ankika Biswas (Reuters) - Nvidia became the world's most valuable company on Tuesday, dethroning tech heavyweight Microsoft as its high-end processors play a central role in a scramble to dominate artificial intelligence technology. Shares of the chipmaker climbed

By Rishabh Jaiswal  (Reuters) - Microsoft will not roll out "Recall", an AI-powered feature that tracks computer usage, with its new computers next week and will instead preview it with a smaller group later, the tech giant said on Thursday,

By Zaheer Kachwala (Reuters) - Microsoft kicked off its annual Xbox Games Showcase on Sunday, unveiling a new all-digital version of its Xbox Series X and S consoles as well as trailers for more than a dozen games including the

By Gursimran Kaur, Utkarsh Shetti and Mrinmay Dey (Reuters) - European trade group CISPE denied a report on Saturday that it was nearing a settlement with Microsoft to withdraw its antitrust complaint with the European Commission about the U.S. company's cloud

By Laila Kearney (Reuters) - Amazon, Google and Microsoft have signed initial agreements to develop new power contract terms with electric utilities in the U.S. south aimed at lowering the cost of building new nuclear technologies and batteries, Duke Energy said