Here’s your roundup of the latest goings-on in the tech world this week:
Cloud Next Recap
Cloud With Me’s Emma Morris took a productive trip to Google Cloud’s partner summit Next 2018 in San Francisco, and she wrote all about it here.
At the aforementioned Google Cloud Next conference, CEO Diane Greene revealed that Target has moved its infrastructure to the company, in a major coup for Google as it ramps up its investment in cloud services.
Apple doesn’t fall far from the Tri
The iPhone maker became the first ever trillion dollar publicly traded company this week as its market capitalisation surpassed the $1trn mark, representing an increase of over 1,000% since it released its trademark mobile device.
Reddit and weep
Reddit suffered a major hack this week as a number of usernames, passwords and other user data were breached. While there hasn’t been an exact number revealed the extent of the hack is thought to be quite substantial.
Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp has opened up a platform for businesses to communicate directly with customers, as the company explores ways it can create revenue from the app.
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