New bipartisan bill would force Google to break up its ad business — CNBC

A new bipartisan proposal takes aim at Google and would force it to break up its digital advertising business if passed, writes Lauren Feiner. Here is the link:

What is ITIL? Your guide to the IT Infrastructure Library — CIO

The IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) is an IT service management framework that outlines best practices for delivering IT services. Read more from Sarah K. White and Lynn Greiner. Here is the link:...

BrainChip partners with Edge Impulse for a platform that mimics the brain — VB

BrainChip and Edge Impulse have announced a partnership to deliver next-gen platforms for machine learning, writes Arne Verheyde. Here is the link:

Elon Musk announces that Tesla is building a ‘hardcore litigation department’ – Timing is...

Elon Musk announced Tesla is building a “hardcore litigation department” to “directly initiate and execute lawsuits, writes Fred Lambert. Here is the link:

Canada to ban Huawei and ZTE and tell telcos to rip out 5G and...

Following the steps of its Five Eyes partners, Canada has moved to ban Huawei and ZTE from its telco networks, writes Chris Duckett. Here is the link:

Apple accused of union busting in new labor board filing — The Verge

Apple retail employees in Atlanta are accusing the company of violating the National Labor Relations Act by holding captive audience meetings to counter an ongoing union drive at the site, writes...

This is Google’s tent-like Bay View campus in Silicon Valley – now open —...

After nearly five years of construction, Google this month officially opened its Bay View campus in California, writes Abner Li. Here is the link:

Intel shareholders reject executive pay — CNBC

Intel shareholders voted last week against the company’s compensation for its top executives, according to an regulatory filing published on Monday, writes Kif Leswing. Here is the link:

Musk says he could seek lower price for Twitter as he focuses on fake...

Musk told the All-In Summit in Miami that the deal going through depended on Twitter’s response to his concerns about fake accounts, writes Dan Milmo. Here is the link:

Microsoft’s Adaptive Accessories are designed to be customizable inputs — Verge

Microsoft has announced a lineup of adaptive accessories which are meant to augment or replace the regular keyboards and mice that people with disabilities could struggle to use, writes Mitchell Clark. Here is...

London is looking to tap the deep pockets of Silicon Valley — CNBC

London Mayor Sadiq Khan met with senior tech bosses including Google CFO Ruth Porat, venture capital investors and entrepreneurs from the Bay Area, writes Sam Shead. Here is the link:

‘The spirit lives on’: Apple to discontinue the iPod after 21 years — The...

Apple is discontinuing its MP3 player, writes Christy Cooney. Here is the link:

Nvidia starts laying groundwork for future open and parallel code — The Register

A lot of work is being done specifically around programming languages like C++ and Fortran, writes Agam Shah. Here is the link:

Intel CEO expects chip shortage to last until at least 2024 — ZDNet

Intel chief Pat Gelsinger has predicted that the global chip shortage will remain a challenge for the industry until at least 2024, particularly in areas such as foundry capacity and tool...

It’s not the Apple Store. It’s the Meta Store — CNN

The parent company of Facebook and Instagram is taking on a new role as a brick-and-mortar retailer, writes Rachel Metz. Here is the link: