SAP’s sales topped analysts’ estimates for the fourth straight quarter, as business software spending grew, though the costs of transitioning to a web-delivered model weighed on profitability, according to Bloomberg.
Sweden’s biggest mobile-phone companies were raided by European Union antitrust investigators over concerns they may have conspired to prevent others from offering services to consumers, according to Bloomberg.
SK Hynix posted its best-ever quarterly operating profit after strong demand for computer-server chips pushed up prices, boosting confidence in the Apple supplier’s bid for Toshiba’s semiconductor business, according to Bloomberg.
Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm promised to intensify efforts to cut costs and get rid of more than $1 billion in unprofitable contracts in his bid to revive the ailing Swedish wireless network supplier, according to Bloomberg.
Apple is introducing a program to promote young musicians with a monthlong barrage of videos, playlists and new music, deepening the technology giant’s direct investment in artists through Apple Music, according to Bloomberg.
As the world’s leading trade fair for Consumer Electronics, from 1 to 6 September 2017 IFA will exhibit the products that inspire millions of customers for purchases during the Christmas shopping season.
Third largest domestic telecommunications operator in Croatia Tele2 achieved 4 percent sales growth to 354 million Swedish crowns in the first quarter of 2017, according to the latest business results published in the business results for the first quarter of this year of Tele2 AB, Sweden's owner of the company in Croatia.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has re-hired the digital experts who ran her Conservative Party’s successful 2015 election campaign as she prepares for a social media war with Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party, according to Bloomberg.
Comcast plans to introduce an online video service offering hit shows from its NBCUniversal TV networks in the next 12 to 18 months, an effort to compete with rivals Netflix and CBS, according to Bloomberg citing people familiar with the matter.
Ten years after Steve Jobs presented the original iPhone, Apple is planning its most extensive smartphone lineup to date, according to Bloomberg. The company is preparing three iPhones for launch as soon as this fall, including upgraded versions of the current two iPhone models and a new top-of-the-line handset with an overhauled look, according to people familiar with the matter.
Xiaomi's trying to get back in the game. According to Bloomberg, the Chinese electronics maker unveiled a new flagship smartphone days after Samsung's Galaxy S8 hit stores, hoping to regain lost ground even as Apple prepares to introduce its most anticipated device in years.
Western Digital said it’s discussing options related to the sale of Toshiba’s flash memory unit with state-backed fund Innovation Network of Japan and Development Bank of Japan, as well as the country’s government, according to Bloomberg.
Qualcomm said a push into new markets such as automotive and connected devices bolstered sales in the second quarter, helping relieve concerns that growth will be hurt by legal challenges in its licensing business, according to Bloomberg.
Microsoft WinDays17, the largest ICT business conference in Croatia, will take place in Valamar Isabella Island Resort in Poreč from 25th till 28th April 2017. This will be the second year in a row that Poreč hosts this event.
According to GfK study, the positive mood among European consumers has continued into the first quarter of 2017. At the end of December 2016, the consumer climate for the 28 EU countries had already risen to its highest level since January 2008.
South Korean prosecutors pursuing bribery charges against Samsung heir Jay Y. Lee zeroed in on a five-minute chat with the country’s president as the start of a relationship that put both behind bars, according to Bloomberg.
American president Donald Trump took aim at information-technology outsourcing companies as he ordered a review of H-1B visa programs to favor more skilled and highly paid applicants, according to Bloomberg.