Intel shares dipped after the company revealed another potential security flaw that could allow illicit access to data, according to Bloomberg.
Verizon announced deals making Apple and Google its first video providers for a 5G wireless service the company plans to launch in four cities later this year, according to Bloomberg.
Coinbase is signing up 50,000 new customers a day even amid a virtual-coin price slump, CEO Brian Armstrong said, according to Bloomberg.
Jumpa and Sarazar, two renowned artists will do the honour of producing the gamescom anthem.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has sold 328,000 shares valued at $35.9 million, according to Bloomberg.
New data from Juniper Research estimates that in-store contactless payments will reach $2 trillion by 2020, representing 15% of the total point of sale transactions.
Oracle is named in a lawsuit alleging the company’s executives lied to shareholders when they explained why cloud sales were growing, according to Bloomberg.
The worldwide infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market grew 29.5 percent in 2017 to total $23.5 billion, up from $18.2 billion in 2016, according to Gartner.
Intel announced that its board of directors has promoted three corporate officers.
Michael Bolle has joined the board of management of German company Bosch effective July 1. Bolle is currently head of the corporate sector for research and advance engineering.
Facebook is constantly expanding in its Silicon Valley hometown of Menlo Park. Now it’s making a bigger push into San Francisco, according to Bloomberg.
Recently, Italy's Fastweb chose Huawei as partner for its city Wi-Fi hotspot solution, using the CloudCampus solution to deploy Wi-Fi throughout Italy and ultimately improve user experience during Internet access.
Vivacom is extending its contract with Ericsson to deploy 4G Voice service and Wi-Fi calling in Bulgaria.
Qualcomm said it has produced a breakthrough in antennas for smartphones that means fifth generation, or 5G, services can be rolled out as planned, according to Bloomberg.
American company Abbyy today announced a major update to their translating software TextGrabber for Android.
Artificial intelligence promises to make hiring an unbiased utopia, according to Bloomberg.
In a follow up to their January announcement, Maersk and IBM announced the creation of TradeLens, jointly developed by the two companies to apply blockchain to the world's global supply chain.
Telefónica and SEAT have presented the first use case by equipping a both a vehicle and road infrastructure with technology enabling the exchange of information.
Audi and Ericsson announced plans to pioneer the use of 5G technology for automotive production.
Samsung announced that it has begun mass producing its fifth-generation V-NAND memory chips with the fastest data transfers now available.
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