Lenovo announced new smart devices that are using artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality. At the special event in Berlin they unveiled Mirage AR headset, Moto X4 smartphone, Tab 4 Home Assistant and Yoga 920.
DJI, the world's leader in civilian drones and aerial imaging technology, has introduced two new drones, the Mavic Pro Platinum and Phantom 4 Pro Obsidian and announced the 'Sphere' mode for the Spark at IFA 2017 in Berlin.
At a press conference, held yesterday in Berlin, Panasonic announced its latest products, tehnologies and innovations that will be presented at IFA. Under the motto ‘A Better Life, A Better World’, the company showcased some of its products that will hit the sotres later this year.
Samsung showcased its latest consumer products and technology in Berlin that are, the company claims, helping make the impossible tomorrow’s ‘new normal’. During its press conference the Korean giant highlighted its focus on the craftsmanship and connectivity of its products, along with partnerships that are enabling its technology to rapidly set new standards.
With 1,823 exhibitors and 159,000 square meters of sold-out show floor, IFA confirms its role as the leading showcase for the global technology industry. IFA 2017 will host not only more innovation and product launches than any previous event; it also presents more digital lifestyle products in one place than any other show worldwide.
Google will comply with Europe’s demands to change the way it runs its shopping search service, a rare instance of the internet giant bowing to regulatory pressure to avoid more fines, according to Bloomberg.
Dara Khosrowshahi saw Expedia through 12 years of stock gains, multibillion-dollar acquisitions and fierce competition. According to Bloomberg, he has taken the opportunity to take the hot seat of Uber CEO.
A British security researcher charged in the U.S. with creating malware used to hack banking systems has too much freedom while awaiting trial and may skip the country, government prosecutors warned a judge, according to Bloomberg.
Samsung, the world’s biggest maker of memory chips, will invest $7 billion in a Chinese semiconductor plant to meet growing demand for the NAND flash memory used in smartphones and other devices, according to Bloomberg.
The violation of the right to privacy, irresponsible behavior towards personal data and their misuse to generate profits, and at the cost of causing an individual's damage, has become the business practice of many. Technologically advanced companies such as those in the telecom and banking sector, and innovative startups that today offer public services to millions, and even billions of users, brought the processing of personal data to perfection.
Motivated by excellent business results in the markets of Great Britain and Germany, CROZ has decided to move on to other prestigious European markets. The primary objective is to expand into the markets of the Benelux and Scandinavian countries, and the first step was to open an office in the Netherlands. The CROZ d.o.o. daughter company, BV, started to operate in the beginning of August and will be led by Executive Director, Martin Stenkilde. He has a vast knowledge in the field of technology and extensive experience in building and running complex sales networks in Europe and the USA. He will play a key role in the expansion of CROZ’ operations in the Northern European markets.
HTC, the beleaguered manufacturer that once ranked among the world’s top smartphone makers, is exploring options that could range from separating its virtual-reality business to a full sale of the company, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter.
Apple is planning to unveil a renewed focus on the living room with an upgraded Apple TV set-top box that can stream 4K video and highlight live television content such as news and sports, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter.
Venture-capital firm Benchmark asked a judge to temporarily block Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick from filling two vacant company board seats, claiming his interference hampers the search for his successor as chief executive officer, according to Bloomberg.
Britain risks damaging crucial parts of its technology industry unless it can secure an unprecedented deal with the European Union on data exchange after Brexit, according to Bloomberg, citing a government paper.
Toshiba is in advanced discussions to sell its chips unit to a consortium that includes Western Digital, switching from a previously announced preferred bidding group led by Bain Capital, according to Bloomberg, citing Kyodo News.
Jay Y. Lee, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, was convicted of bribery and sentenced to five years in prison, a blow to the heir apparent of the world’s biggest maker of smartphones and memory chips, according to Bloomberg.
Even as Uber’s investors mounted a revolt against the then-CEO over a string of self-inflicted scandals, the ride-hailing company’s financial performance continued to improve in the second quarter of the year, according to Bloomberg.
The stakes are high for Samsung’s rollout of the Note 8, after the previous model’s exploding battery fiasco last year, according to Bloomberg. “None of us will ever forget what happened last year,” Samsung Mobile chief executive DJ Koh told a New York audience at the phone’s unveiling.
Angela Merkel is freshening up her campaign persona after 12 years as German chancellor, hobnobbing at Europe’s biggest computer-gaming convention as she seeks to reverse her party’s woeful record in capturing younger voters, according to Bloomberg.