Microsoft threw attendees of its annual Build software developer conference a curveball by unveiling a scaled-down PC, code-named Project Volterra, for building Windows applications based on designs from ARM Holdings. Project Volterra might have come as a surprise to developers who’ve grown accustomed to Microsoft holding software-focused Build conferences in recent years. But the new PC,...
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What a week! Tech business news has been relatively scarce in recent days—but today’s Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade will have repercussions for all businesses. For the tech industry, which has been spreading outside the San Francisco Bay Area and New York for the past couple of years as remote work has become widely available, the ruling makes operating in states with abortion...
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