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Foxconn Dangles $10 Billion Tech Investment to Create U.S. Jobs

Foxconn Dangles $10 Billion Tech Investment to Create U.S. Jobs

24 Jun 2017 comment

Foxconn chairman Terry Gou is intent on building Group’s international footprint, according to Bloomberg.

Facebook and Google Face Legal Pressure to Curtail Extremism

Facebook and Google Face Legal Pressure to Curtail Extremism

24 Jun 2017 comment

European leaders struck by a wave of terror attacks are putting added pressure on technology companies including Facebook, Twitter and Google to weed out extremist content spread with social media, and to make their data available to law enforcement authorities, according to Bloomberg.

Uber Is Adding Tipping Option in App After Driver Unrest

Uber Is Adding Tipping Option in App After Driver Unrest

24 Jun 2017 comment

After CEO Travis Kalanick has stepped aside, Uber is making big concessions to clean up its image and keep drivers from defecting, according to Bloomberg.

Apple Issuing a Second Green Bond to Finance Clean Energy

Apple Issuing a Second Green Bond to Finance Clean Energy

23 Jun 2017 comment

Apple, which issued the biggest green bond ever sold by a U.S. corporation last year to finance projects fighting global warming, is doing it again, according to Bloomberg.

German Chancellor Merkel is Opening Gamescom for the First Time

German Chancellor Merkel is Opening Gamescom for the First Time

23 Jun 2017 comment

German Chancellor Angela Merkel will open gamescom, the world's largest event for computer and video games, for the first time on Tuesday, 22 August 2017 in Cologne.

Oracle's Revenue Exceeds Estimates on Surging Cloud Demand

Oracle's Revenue Exceeds Estimates on Surging Cloud Demand

23 Jun 2017 comment

Oracle’s push into cloud computing is picking up momentum, sparking a fourth straight quarter of revenue gains for the software maker, according to Bloomberg.

Bezos Disrupts Another Frontier With Just One Tweet

Bezos Disrupts Another Frontier With Just One Tweet

22 Jun 2017 comment

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos has remained largely invisible in the world of philanthropy. That changed last week in a single tweet, according to Bloomberg.

Red Hat Reports First Quarter Results for Fiscal Year 2018

Red Hat Reports First Quarter Results for Fiscal Year 2018

22 Jun 2017 comment

Red Hat announced financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2018 ended May 31, 2017. Total revenue for the quarter was $677 million, up 19% in USD year-over-year, or 20% measured in constant currency.

Apple Hires Sony's 'Breaking Bad' Team as TV Push Gains Momentum

Apple Hires Sony's 'Breaking Bad' Team as TV Push Gains Momentum

18 Jun 2017 comment

Apple hired two former Sony television executives who oversaw the development of acclaimed shows like “Breaking Bad” and “The Crown,” further evidence that the technology giant is getting serious about producing its own video programming, according to Bloomberg.

Gartner: AI Could Turn Some Skilled Practices Into Utilities

Gartner: AI Could Turn Some Skilled Practices Into Utilities

10 May 2017 comment

CIOs have a major role to play in preparing businesses for the impact that artificial intelligence (AI) will have on business strategy and human employment, according to Gartner. They predicts that by 2022, smart machines and robots may replace highly trained professionals in tasks within medicine, law and IT.

5% of Large Companies Prepared for the New Digital Business

5% of Large Companies Prepared for the New Digital Business

18 Apr 2017 comment

Dell EMC announced the results of a new study conducted by Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG). The study revealed that a majority of senior IT leaders and decision-making managers of large companies surveyed around the world indicate their organizations have yet to fully embrace the aspects of IT Transformation needed to remain competitive.

Foxconn Dangles $10 Billion Tech Investment to Create U.S. Jobs

Foxconn Dangles $10 Billion Tech Investment to Create U.S. Jobs

24 Jun 2017 comment

Foxconn chairman Terry Gou is intent on building Group’s international footprint, according to Bloomberg.

Facebook and Google Face Legal Pressure to Curtail Extremism

Facebook and Google Face Legal Pressure to Curtail Extremism

24 Jun 2017 comment

European leaders struck by a wave of terror attacks are putting added pressure on technology companies including Facebook, Twitter and Google to weed out extremist content spread with social media, and to make their data available to law enforcement authorities, according to Bloomberg.

Uber Is Adding Tipping Option in App After Driver Unrest

Uber Is Adding Tipping Option in App After Driver Unrest

24 Jun 2017 comment

After CEO Travis Kalanick has stepped aside, Uber is making big concessions to clean up its image and keep drivers from defecting, according to Bloomberg.

Things Mobile Off to a Very Good Start

Things Mobile Off to a Very Good Start

13 Jun 2017 comment

Just a few days after its international launch, Things Mobile solution is marks a very good start. The world's first Mobile Operator dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT) is off to a rocketing start, according to the company press release.

London Said to Seek Mobile Network Deal for Underground Trains

London Said to Seek Mobile Network Deal for Underground Trains

12 Jun 2017 comment

London’s subway commuters are one step closer to being able to surf the internet on moving trains, as the city prepares to seek bids from telecommunications companies, according to Bloomberg.

New iPhones Said to Miss Out on Higher-Speed Data Links

New iPhones Said to Miss Out on Higher-Speed Data Links

10 Jun 2017 comment

Verizon, AT&T and the rest of the U.S. wireless industry have a big boast for this year’s crop of smartphones, according to Bloomberg.

Facebook Enlists AI and Human Experts in New Push Against Terrorism

Facebook Enlists AI and Human Experts in New Push Against Terrorism

19 Jun 2017 comment

Facebook has hired more than 150 counterterrorism experts and is increasingly using artificial intelligence that can understand language and analyze images to try to keep terrorists from using the social network for recruiting and propaganda, according to Bloomberg.

IN2 has transformed and turned to digital transformation, blockchain, IoT, drones

IN2 has transformed and turned to digital transformation, blockchain, IoT, drones

19 Jun 2017 comment

One of the largest domestic IT companies started their own digital transformation and adaptation to major market change. We talked about that with Sanja Svilokos, Executive Director of the IN2 Group, in charge of Digital Business.

Actility and Blink Will Bring Nationwide IoT Connectivity to Sweden

Actility and Blink Will Bring Nationwide IoT Connectivity to Sweden

14 Jun 2017 comment

Actility and Blink Services announced that they are working together to launch a national IoT network in Sweden.

Apple Is Focusing on Making an Autonomous Car System

Apple Is Focusing on Making an Autonomous Car System

16 Jun 2017 comment

After years toiling away in secret on its car project, Apple CEO Tim Cook has for the first time laid out exactly what the company is up to in the automotive market: It’s concentrating on self-driving technology, according to Bloomberg.

Emirates Eyes Smart Goggles to Shake Off Looming Budget Rivals

Emirates Eyes Smart Goggles to Shake Off Looming Budget Rivals

15 Jun 2017 comment

Airline carrier Emirates, hoping to shake off budget airlines coveting its long-distance customers, has set its sights on goggles, according to Bloomberg.

Developer Behind Pokemon Go Backs Apple's Push Into AR

Developer Behind Pokemon Go Backs Apple's Push Into AR

11 Jun 2017 comment

CEO of Niantic, the developer behind Pokemon Go, believes Apple’s entry into virtual and augmented reality this week should not be underestimated, according to Bloomberg.