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IT Pro News in Review: Record profits in tech, hackers turn to new languages for malware, Amazon's Bitcoin plans

Catch up on the most important news of the week in just two minutes

Welcome to IT Pro's News in Review, a weekly bitesize bulletin of the top tech stories of the week, for the week ending 30 July, 2021.

This week: 

  • Apple, Microsoft and Google all post record revenues off the back of cloud growth
  • Cyber criminals are turning to ‘exotic’ languages to beat malware detection
  • Amazon could soon accept payments in Bitcoin and may even be developing its own cryptocurrency.

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