Uber’s move last month to demote the engineer who led its driverless-car unit to keep him away from related laser technology was deemed adequate to safeguard trade secrets that rival Waymo alleges were stolen, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook agreed under Dutch pressure to stop targeting ads based on users’ sexual orientation as European regulators revealed a concerted clampdown on some of the social network’s data practices, according to Bloomberg.
This year's Oracle Cloud Day in Zagreb we used to talk to Janusz Naklicki, Vice President, Oracle Central, Eastern Europe, and CIS, pointing out that public cloud services will become as common as the Internet.
Cyber espionage attacks against foreign companies operating in Vietnam have been traced to a group of hackers “aligned with Vietnamese state interests,” according to Bloomberg, citing a report from cyber-security provider FireEye.
Thailand’s leading mobile phone operator AIS and Ericsson, will be Brighter’s partners for the launch of Actiste in Thailand. The solution will be launched on AIS’s IoT managed connectivity solution and Ericsson’s DCP (Device Connection Platform).
There’s a blame game brewing over who’s responsible for the massive cyberattack that infected hundreds of thousands of computers. Microsoft is pointing its finger at the U.S. government, while some experts say the software giant is accountable too, according to Bloomberg.
Carmakers readying a salvo of electric cars will be stung by ramp-up costs until about 2025, amid an industry-wide push to make the vehicles more appealing to the mass market, according to Bloomberg, citing automotive supplier Continental.
An unrivaled global cyber-attack is poised to continue claiming victims, even as U.K. health facilities whose systems were crippled early in the assault are returning to normal operation, according to Bloomberg.
Amazon lowered its free shipping threshold to $25 from $35, undercutting Wal-Mart by $10 and escalating a battle between the world’s e-commerce leader and the world’s biggest retailer, according to Bloomberg.
Extortionist hackers, who may be using leaked computer exploits from the U.S. National Security Agency, infiltrated computers in dozens of countries in a fast-spreading attack that forced British hospitals to turn away patients and breached systems at Spain’s Telefonica and organizations from Russia to Taiwan, according to Bloomberg.
Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges is eyeing up potential merger partners for T-Mobile US as he prepares for consolidation in the industry following the completion of the country’s spectrum auction, according to Bloomberg.
BT Group is clawing back management pay and eliminating 4,000 jobs as it seeks to rebuild investor confidence and overhaul the division involved in an accounting scandal in Italy, according to Bloomberg.
Uber suffered a legal setback in its fight against being regulated as a traditional taxi service, after an adviser to the European Union’s top court rejected the argument that the car-hailing application is just that, an app, according to Bloomberg.
Websites of several major French media outlets were knocked offline yesterday during a cyber-attack against Cedexis, provider of network and cloud technology to corporate customers, according to Bloomberg.
Michael Dell said his company is seeing some customers return to buying equipment after discovering that working with the giant cloud-computing providers is more complicated and costlier than they thought, according to Bloomberg.
Toshiba has told partner Western Digital to stop interfering in plans to sell its memory chip business, warning it may take legal action to prevent the U.S. company from derailing the sale, according to Bloomberg.
Amazon will dominate Google in the voice-activated speaker market for the next few years due to the early breakout success of its Echo speaker, according to Bloomberg, citing a forecast from research firm eMarketer.
Buying online with a mobile device and using a phone to pay for goods and services at the point of sale (POS) have been slow to catch on in Germany, where cash remains king for most forms of purchasing.
KKR is in talks with Toshiba about a preemptive bid for the Japanese company’s memory chips business that would accelerate completion of a sale and end negotiations with other potential acquirers, according to Bloomberg citing people familiar with the matter.
Consenda, Switzerland’s provider of advanced content and advertising solutions for local publishing, upgrades its LocalPoint app platform, used by more than 20 Swiss local newspapers, on the basis of the Paperlit.