Nvidia prepares its metaverse cloud
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Software-as-a-service is getting everywhere

Nvidia has become the latest company to start prepaing for the metaverse with a newly-announced Omniverse Cloud and jumping on the bandwagon of every other software company which does not want users to own their own software.

California Dreamin’ takes out Twitter data centre
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I'd be safe and warm If I was in L.A.

Extreme heat in California has left Twitter without one of its key data centres, and a company executive has warned that it is only a matter of time before more servers go dark.

Amazon and Google revolt over Project Nimbus
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Apparently some have a problem helping the Israelis spy on Palestinians 

Amazon and Google workers are up in arms over their employer's involvement with Project Nimbus which they fear will result in the further oppression of the Palestinians. 

Microsoft releases virtual machines on Azure
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Uses its Arm-based Ampere Altra

Microsoft announced the general availability of virtual machines (VMs) on Azure featuring the Ampere Altra, a processor based on the Arm architecture. 

Microsoft promises to fix unfair licenses in the EU
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Worried that the EU might rain on its cloud

Microsoft said that it would fix its unfair licensing terms in the EU before it is taken to task for making it prohibitively expensive to run Windows and Office workloads on non-Azure cloud platforms like AWS and Google Cloud.