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Jonathan Vanian

Jonathan Vanian is a writer at Fortune with a focus on technology. He is based in San Francisco.

Elon Musk

Elon Musk's Artificial Intelligence Project Just Got a Free Supercomputer

An Elon Musk-backed artificial intelligence research group just got a brand new toy from chip maker Nvidia.
IBM

IBM Just Made a Powerful Research Tool Available to Everyone for Free

A new quantum computing project is available to play with online.
Amazon

Amazon Now Has 3 CEOs

You know Jeff Bezos. Now meet the others.
Microsoft

In Microsoft's Future, You'll Get Most of Your Tasks Done by Talking to Your Phone

For Satya Nadella, using 'the power of human language' to communicate with machines will be as profound as the development of the Internet and the use of touchscreens on mobile devices.
Lawsuits

Oracle Wants $9.3 Billion From Google in Software Copyright Battle

This is the latest development in a long-running lawsuit between the two technology companies.
Artificial Intelligence

Microsoft Unveils Sarcastic Millennial Chat Bot Powered By Artificial Intelligence

Tay was designed to mimic the linguistic mannerisms of 18- to 24-year-olds on social-media platforms.
Take It From The Pros

Millions of Diet Coke Bottles Are Getting Some Love From HP

The personal computer and printer specialist inked a deal with The Coca-Cola Company to print custom designs on Diet Coke bottles.
Dell

Dell's Cybersecurity Unit SecureWorks Plans IPO

The computing giant acquired the company in 2011 for $612 million. It said it plans to raise $100 million from the stock sale.
Google Ventures

Google Just Invested $100 Million Into This 3-D Printing Startup

Carbon3D has raised $100 million in a funding round led by Google Ventures.
Innovation

Behind the Scenes With Facebook's New Solar-Powered Internet Drone and Laser Technology

Facebook wants to blanket the planet with Internet connectivity, and it's developed a huge, solar-powered aircraft to help it do so.
Security

Automakers Unite to Prevent Cars From Being Hacked

An alliance including Ford and General Motors said it will create a center for sharing information and analysis to help make cars more secure.