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IBM reported its fourth quarter revenue that has beat estimates.
Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei said the US may further escalate its trade sanctions against the company.
Amazon, Apple, Google, and the Zigbee Alliance announced a new working group that plans to develop and promote the adoption of a new, royalty-free connectivity standard.
EU authorities are trying to convince tech companies to adopt a single wall charger instead of opting for a proprietary method, one that can power any and all portable devices.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has approved a proposal to develop a standard for safety considerations in automated vehicle (AV) decision-making.
HPE, through a strategic partnership with Atea, has enabled Norwegian mapping authority Kartverket to spearhead a project to digitally map the entire Norway.
Two-thirds of the 169 targets underpinning the global Sustainable Development Goals could be bolstered by technological innovation, according to a study by the World Economic Forum and PwC.
Nokia plans to cut 180 jobs in Finland as a part of restructuring efforts designed to slash €500 million from operating costs and up investment in 5G and digitalisation.
To help organizations structure their work transformation strategies, IDC has published the Future of Work framework.
Ericsson and the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology (IPT) have launched 5G-Industry Campus Europe last December.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson argued that the critics of Huawei must come up with alternative providers to supply equipment for 5G networks.
IBM inventors received a record 9,262 U.S. patents in 2019, achieving a milestone of most patents ever awarded to a U.S. company.
After skipping all the hurdles, French communications regulator Arcep opened applications for sale of 5G suitable frequencies, with operators given a deadline of 25 February to complete the paperwork.
GSMA Intelligence research shows that China will lead the charge to 5G smartphones.
Samsung will unveil upgrades to its Galaxy S Series and foldable smartphones in San Francisco next month.
The worldwide market for traditional PCs finished an impressive 2019 with fourth quarter growth of 4.8% year over year, according to preliminary results from IDC.
Nokia announced that it had reached 63 commercial 5G contracts worldwide.
New data from Juniper Research shows that blockchain will enable $31 billion in food fraud savings globally by 2024 by immutably tracking food across the supply chain.
Digitalization remains a work in progress for retail banking brands, contributing to an average or below performance in digital marketing for more than two-thirds of brands, according to Gartner.
Samsung unveiled its latest lineup of MicroLED, QLED 8K and Lifestyle TVs at CES 2020.
At the CES 2020 show in Las Vegas, Farmer Connect and IBM announced a new consumer mobile application called "Thank My Farmer."
Shipments of EMEA traditional PCs totaled 72.1 million in 2019, a 0.6% YoY growth, according to preliminary results by IDC.
At CES 2020 in Las Vegas, Bosch is presenting connected products for mobility and the home.
At this year’s CES in Las Vegas, Lenovo introduced a number of new consumer innovations.
An industry leading step in 5G took place last month when Qualcomm and ZTE achieved 5G-enabled Voice over New Radio call.
After a stable 2019, GfK experts expect for the global market for technical consumer goods a value growth of +2.5% in 2020.
Siemens Mobility is presenting its new solutions at CES 2020 show in Las Vegas.
The eCall solution is an emergency call system for cars, which enables a faster emergency response in case of accidents and other emergencies.
Worldwide end-user spending on wearable devices will total $52 billion in 2020, an increase of 27% from 2019, according to the latest forecast from Gartner.
Connected TV advertising is a small, but rapidly growing portion of digital advertising, and it’s competing directly with traditional TV advertising, according to eMarketer.
Today, fewer than 50% of documented corporate strategies mention data and analytics as key components for delivering enterprise value, according to Gartner.
Ericsson delivered 5G network equipment for a new pilot network that was launched in the city of Helsingør, Denmark.
Following three straight years of market contraction, global smartphone shipments are expected to return to growth in 2020 fueled by ambitious 5G plans in China, according to IDC.
For the first time, a generic mobile payment app is more popular than the Starbucks mobile app, which had long led the category despite being specific to one retailer, according to eMarketer.
Autostrade per l'Italia announced a new solution that integrates the latest IBM infrastructure monitoring and management technology.
While 5G launches to date have been based on non-standalone architecture, 2020 is set to see standalone 5G become a reality.
On the heels of strong growth during the third quarter of 2019 and changing dynamics in the market for personal computing devices, IDC has raised its outlook for the remainder of 2019.
Siemens Mobility has successfully launched an Automatic Bus Lane Enforcement (ABLE) solution in New York City.
Gartner has identified reglobalization, economic slowdown and ‘digital dithering’ as the top three concerns for CEOs in 2019.
Ericsson, Telia and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) have partnered to showcase 5G-enabled driverless boat.
Worldwide spending on telecom services and pay TV services will reach $1,633 billion in 2019, an increase of 0.8% year on year, according to IDC.
According to several news outlets, Facebook began developing its own operating system.
Microsoft announced the results of the State of Tech Intensity 2019 Study, revealing what business and technology decision-makers see as critical to their future growth and success.
For over two months, Mobileye was working on a safety program on the streets of Barcelona.
Auction of 5G frequencies in Czech Republic could face further delay to allow more time to attract a fourth entrant trade.
Augmented reality ads are now available to all marketers on Facebook through its ad manager.
After the Turkish competition regulator ruled that Google has failed to comply with a request to allow users to choose search engines, Google has suspended access to Android for new smartphones in Turkey.
French finance ministry removed the last hurdle to commencing the 5G frequencies sale.
Huawei launched 5G Innovation and Experience Center in London.
Intel has acquired Habana Labs, an Israel-based developer of programmable deep learning accelerators for the data center for approximately $2 billion.
BT has reached an agreement to sell its operations in Spain to private equity company Portobello Capital.
Independent industry research company Verdantix has recently ranked Siemens Smart Infrastructure as a leading provider of the IoT platforms for smart buildings.
Chinese ambassador in Germany warned that his country could to retaliate if Germany decides to ban Huawei from its 5G rollouts.
NTT Corporation and Microsoft announced a multi-year strategic alliance aimed at delivering secure and reliable solutions that help enterprise customers accelerate their digital transformations.
Bosch and Mercedes-Benz’s joint project to develop urban automated driving has now entered a new stage.
Over 53 percent of European consumers name plastic waste as one of their three major environmental concerns, followed by climate change with 44 percent, according to GfK.
Ericsson has been re-selected by Orange as its managed services provider in five European countries in a deal that will also see the deployment of Ericsson Operations Engine.
Apple unveiled redesigned Everyone Can Code curriculum to help introduce more elementary and middle school students to the world of coding.
Nokia announced that it is building out its strategic partnership ecosystem to bring local 5G/private wireless LTE to industrial and government customers in Japan.
Intel Labs unveiled what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind cryogenic control chip, code-named Horse Ridge, that will speed up development of full-stack quantum computing systems.
Amazon Web Services announced three new services and capabilities that will make it easier for customers to build and operate securely.
Vodafone Group CEO Nick Read said that scrutiny of Huawei is holding back European technology development.
IBM and its subsidiary The Weather Company announced the global rollout of a new supercomputer-driven weather forecasting system.
AMD announced it is enabling an open ecosystem for OEMs to create and customize high performance Mini PCs, powered by Ryzen Embedded V1000 and R1000 processors.
Intel is partnering with MediaTek on the development, certification and support of 5G modem solutions for the next generation of PC experiences.
KPMG and Microsoft are strengthening their global relationship through a five-year agreement to accelerate digital transformation for KPMG member firms and mutual clients.
Ericsson has entered into a three-year Deferred Prosecution Agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice to resolve criminal charges related to violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon said that he sees 2020 as the year 5G will go mainstream and provide more consumers around the world with multi-gigabit speeds.
Youngstown State University and IBM announced the launch of the IT Workforce Accelerator.
Ericsson has extended a 5G security partnership with Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, through a new industrial research chair awarded by the Canadian federal funding agency NSERC.
Huawei has filed a legal challenge against FCC rule barring operators from using government subsidies to purchase their equipment.
German operator Deutsche Telekom has halted any further deals to buy 5G gear while waiting for the German government to decide if it will ban Huawei.
Speaking to shareholders at Microsoft’s annual meeting, CEO Satya Nadella outlined company's opportunity and responsibility to help its customers and partners thrive.
Intel announced the next wave of AI with updates on new products designed to accelerate AI system development and deployment from cloud to edge.
Amazon Web Services announced three initiatives as a part of the company’s plans to help advance quantum computing technologies.
Intel has completed the sale of the majority of its smartphone modem business to Apple.
Qualcomm and Siemens have setup a joint proof-of-concept project, demonstrating the first private 5G standalone network in a real industrial environment using the 3.7-3.8GHz band.
Dell's third quarter revenue was $22.8 billion, up 2 percent, and non-GAAP revenue was $22.9 billion, up 1 percent over the same period last year.
Chinese tech giant Huawei is preparing for a legal challenge against a US FCC decision to bar operators using government subsidies to purchase its equipment.
The World’s first Mobility-as-a-Service operator MaaS Global, known for its application Whim, announced that its most recent investment round is worth €29.5 million.
A group including GSMA, Orange, Reliance Jio and MTN, has called for information from phone makers to assess whether a smartphone could be produced for emerging markets at a retail price of $20.
ZTE and the Guangdong Branch of China Mobile have provisioned the MEC-related B2B2C end-to-end network slicing services.
Orange denied any discussions regarding a merger with Deutsche Telekom were taking place.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called for a common stance from European countries regarding the involvement of Chinese vendors in 5G network deployments.
Russian group MTS agreed to sell its subsidiary Vodafone Ukraine to Azerbaijan's Bakcell for $734 million.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise had yet another successful quarter and a fiscal year.
ICT.Moscow, a digital platform devoted to tech-based solutions, together with the city’s Department of Information Technologies, has granted free access to a unified knowledge base on 5G.
Member states of the EU didn't reach an agreement on stricter privacy rules covering the handling of customer messages, calls and data by companies owning messaging apps.
France plans to sell each operator in the country 50MHz of 5G spectrum for €350 million and then auction a further 11 lots with a minimum price of €70 million each.
Intel is working to develop 5G-based VR, 3D and 360-degree content development platforms for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Beijing 2022 and Paris 2024.
An IDC forecast shows signs of market recovery in the second half of 2019 and into 2020, pushing smartphone shipment growth back into positive territory.
Bosch has applied for 5G operating licenses for selected German locations.
Germany plans to invest around €1.1 billion to close mobile coverage gaps in the country by 2024.
Apple announced the start of construction on its new campus in Austin, Texas, as part of its broad expansion in the city.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced it will deliver the industry’s most comprehensive HPC and AI portfolio for the exascale era.
SEAT announced creation of a new strategic business unit, SEAT Urban Mobility.
Disagreements between France’s communications regulator and its finance ministry on pricing and other details of the country’s 5G spectrum auction were tipped to hold-up the process until at least March 2020, Reuters reported.
Nokia has been selected by New Zealand operator Spark for its roster of 5G suppliers, making it the 50th 5G deal for Finnish company.
The US Department of Commerce gave another 90-day reprieve for Huawei, allowing it to continue trading with American companies until mid-February.
Bosch has developed new microchips made of silicon carbide that will help electromobility make a great leap forward.