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Uber’s revenue growth slowed and losses persisted in the fourth quarter, casting a possible shadow over the company as it prepares for a public offering this year, according to Bloomberg.
While LTE macro networks have been in place for several years in the consumer market, LTE is seeing stronger uptake as a way to provide reliable failover or as a primary WAN connectivity solution in the enterprise, according to IDC.
Data analytics and cybersecurity pushed cloud out of the top spot for increased technology investment by government CIOs in 2019, according to a survey from Gartner.
In China, home to Huawei and ZTE, it’s cheaper to buy network equipment from Sweden’s Ericsson, according to Bloomberg.
Cisco gave a strong forecast for the current quarter, signaling confidence that corporations are continuing to spend on the company’s computer networks, according to Bloomberg.
Amazon said it’s axing plans to build a new corporate campus in New York City, bowing to fierce opposition from some residents and politicians, according to Bloomberg.
Ericsson has joined the O-RAN Alliance, a group of leading telecom service providers and suppliers with the commitment to evolving radio access network architecture.
Smart Energy Water has signed a multi-million dollar agreement with IBM to leverage the IBM Cloud for SEW platform global deployment over the next five years.
EU member states are considering a possible joint response to cyber attacks allegedly conducted by a Chinese state-linked hacker group, according to Bloomberg.
Apple’s Chinese smartphone shipments plummeted an estimated 20 percent in 2018’s final quarter, according to Bloomberg.
Communications service providers are being challenged to transform their network infrastructure to create new business network services, generate new revenue streams, and improve their operational efficiency.
A new report from Juniper Research predicts that the biggest shift in mobile payment security will be the move towards software-based methods, which rely on standard smartphone components.
Comba Telecom announced it will be deploying the ScanViS ID facial recognition solution to expedite venue access at MWC19 in Barcelona.
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, NOA will present another smartphone from the Element F series, NOA F10 Pro.
Apple investors are likely looking for the company to use its massive cash pile to make acquisitions, according to Bloomberg.
In 2019, HR leaders’ top three key initiatives will be building critical skills and competencies, strengthening the current and future leadership bench and improving employee experience, according to Gartner.
With banks struggling to improve their return on capital, many institutions are being forced to restructure and cut costs, according to PwC.
Apple narrowed the potential damages Qualcomm can seek over alleged patent infringement before the two square off at a trial scheduled to start next month in San Diego, according to Bloomberg.
Samsung introduced its smallest high-resolution image sensor, the ISOCELL Slim 3T2. The chip is expected to be in mass production in the first quarter of this year.
McCormick & Company and IBM publicly announced their ongoing research collaboration to pioneer the application of artificial intelligence for flavor and food product development.
The lawyer who spearheaded a landmark court case, which ended with the European Union’s top court ruling that the U.K. can unilaterally reverse Brexit, appeared in court for a fresh battle, this time with Uber, according to Bloomberg.
Cloud-computing companies show that the demand is still booming, according to Bloomberg.
5G is becoming a reality at Ericsson’s new Center of Excellence training facility in Lewisville, Texas.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government has ruled out an outright ban targeting Huawei, according to Bloomberg, citing a government official.
Facebook’s advertising model came under attack in a landmark ruling from German antitrust regulators who ordered, according to Bloomberg.
A new study from Juniper Research found that users of mobile ticketing will total 1.9 billion by 2023, up from 1.1 billion in 2019.
The integrated systems market in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) showed significant growth in 3Q18, reporting $873 million in user value, with year-on-year growth of 20.1%, according to IDC.
Infineon and AMS have warned investors about future growth, adding to investor concerns about prospects for chipmakers and Apple suppliers, according to Bloomberg.
The leading smart speaker continues to lose share to its smaller rivals. In eMarketer’s latest forecast, the Amazon Echo will drop below two-thirds of US smart speaker users for the first time.
In its first forecast of the 3D scanner market, IDC projects that worldwide shipments will grow to more than 273,000 units in 2022 with a CAGR of 18.0% over the 2018-2022 forecast period.
Slack filed with regulators to go public in the U.S. without disclosing details of its share-sale plans, according to Bloomberg.
A new study from Juniper Research has found that revenues from VR-specific games will reach $8.2 billion by 2023, rising from an expected $1.2 billion in 2019.
Global spending on 3D printing, including hardware, materials, software, and services, will be $13.8 billion in 2019, an increase of 21.2% over 2018, according to IDC.
LG and Microsoft entered into a memorandum of understanding to enhance and further grow LG’s autonomous vehicle and infotainment system business.
Banks are faced with changing consumer behaviors and expectations, in areas such as real-time banking, mobile services and access to a more complete view of their financial situation.
Sony reported weaker profits in the PlayStation business and cut its annual revenue forecast, triggering the steepest share decline in almost three and a half years, according to Bloomberg.
Samsung announced that it has begun mass producing the industry’s first one-terabyte embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) 2.1, for use in next-generation mobile applications.
Ericsson and Qualcomm have achieved a non-standalone 5G New Radio data call on 2.6 GHz, adding a new frequency band to those successfully tested for commercial deployment.
Facebook has become the target of at least three more state probes into the alleged mishandling of user data, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter.
Apple plans to launch iPhones with a more-powerful 3-D camera as soon as next year, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the plans.
Key iPhone assembler Hon Hai, also known as Foxconn, is increasing its presence in Vietnam and India amid the growing trade spat between the U.S. and China, according to Bloomberg.
Microsoft reported second-quarter sales that met projections, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook reported revenue that beat Wall Street estimates as advertisers stuck with the social media company through a series of privacy scandals, according to Bloomberg.
Amazon’s sales and earnings in the busy holiday quarter beat analysts’ estimates, according to Bloomberg.
Intel announced that its board of directors has named Robert (Bob) Swan as the seventh CEO in Intel’s 50-year history.
Qualcomm gave a sales forecast in line with analysts’ estimates, indicating the company is getting a lift from the move to 5G, according to Bloomberg.
Concerns over privacy and regulation aren’t hurting Facebook and Google where it matters, their multibillion dollar advertising businesses, according to Bloomberg.
Apple reported holiday-quarter results and gave a forecast that together suggested the company’s performance has begun to stabilize after a punishing end to 2018, according to Bloomberg.
Europe would fall behind the U.S. and China in the race to install 5G if governments ban Huawei, according to Bloomberg, citing an internal assessment by Deutsche Telekom.
EU warned the world’s biggest tech and advertising companies that they need to intensify efforts to combat disinformation ahead of European elections, or face regulation, according to Bloomberg.
U.S. prosecutors filed criminal charges against Huawei, alleging it stole trade secrets from an American rival and committed bank fraud by violating sanctions against doing business with Iran., according to Bloomberg.
Amazon is considering building physical shops in London and across southern England, as the online giant seeks to expand its retail presence, according to Bloomberg, citing a report in the Daily Mail.
CEOs from some of Europe’s largest tech companies have urged European governments not to adopt a tax on digital revenues, according to Bloomberg.
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said it was "possible" the company would look for outside investors for its self-driving car unit, but isn’t currently searching for backers, according to Bloomberg.
Texas Instruments gave a quarterly sales forecast that was in line with reduced expectations, calming investor concerns about a collapse in global demand for electronics, according to Bloomberg.
Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), McKinsey & Company, SAP, Siemens and TÜV SÜD announced a collaboration to support companies, both big and small, scale the adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies.
Vodafone suspended purchases of equipment from Huawei for the core of its networks in another setback to the Chinese supplier’s growth ambitions, according to Bloomberg.
Apple has hired an executive from Samsung SDI, the battery making affiliate of Samsung Electronics, to help lead its own battery work, according to Bloomberg.
SK Hynix announced a 50 percent increase in dividends along with plans to cut investment if necessary, helping to bolster its stock even after reporting lower-than-projected sales and profit, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is planning to integrate the chat tools on the WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger services, according to Bloomberg.
IBM Services announced a $325 million agreement with Juniper Networks.
Tech companies are back pitching the promise of innovation, but this time they’re welcoming government oversight, according to Bloomberg.
Huawei’s consumer chief dismissed U.S. “political forces” and attempts to crimp the company’s growth, saying sales of smartphones and other devices surged by about 50 percent to a record $52 billion in 2018, according to Bloomberg.
AMD has recently announced the first members of its 2019 mobility line-up encompassing all notebook segments.
Intel announced it has reached a major milestone in global inclusion, achieving gender pay equity across worldwide workforce while also adding stock-based compensation to pay equity analysis.
Apple was ordered to stop using part of a press release that claims all iPhones would still be available in Germany after it was banned from distributing several versions of the device in the country, according to Bloomberg.
Samsung announced its HDR10+ ecosystem expansion to 45 industry partners and the construction of a new certification center in China.
IBM beat analysts’ estimates for sales and earnings in the fourth quarter and gave a positive forecast for this year, led by its consulting businesses, according to Bloomberg.
U.K. ministers are being pressed to explain why Huawei hasn’t been banned from Britain’s next-generation mobile network, the Sunday Times reported, according to Bloomberg.
The Dutch government will need to make a decision this year on whether to restrict Huawei from playing a role in building a 5G network in the Netherlands, according to Bloomberg.
Google was at the receiving end of a hefty fine of 50 million euros by France’s privacy regulator, according to Bloomberg.
IBM Services announced that they signed a managed services agreement with Nordea, under which Nordea Bank will outsource its IBM Z operations to IBM.
Lenovo announced that LanSchool Air, the company’s new classroom management platform, is now integrated into Edwin, Canada’s newest educational innovation.
Ford, Huayou Cobalt, IBM, LG Chem and RCS Global announced plans to use blockchain technology to trace and validate ethically sourced minerals.
Italy’s communications regulator turned down Telecom Italia’s plan to separate its landline network, according to Bloomberg.
The federal government has unveiled a long-awaited set of proposals to dramatically expand civilian drone flights while also tightening security, according to Bloomberg.
A flaw in Epic Games’s Fortnite put the accounts of millions of users at risk of malicious attack, researchers from Check Point Software Technologies said in a report, according to Bloomberg.
The Trump administration is preparing an executive order that could significantly restrict Chinese state-owned telecom companies from operating in the U.S., according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter.
A group of activist shareholders are proposing that Amazon stop selling facial recognition software to government agencies until its board determines the technology doesn’t threaten people’s civil rights, according to Bloomberg.
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins cautioned U.S. officials against increasing tariffs on Chinese goods, saying it would come at the expense of American innovation, according to Bloomberg.
The curtain could soon fall on the last in a trilogy of European Union antitrust fines for Google, according to Bloomberg.
Samsung announced it will offer iTunes Movies and TV Shows and Apple AirPlay 2 support on 2019 Smart TV models beginning this spring.
IBM inventors received a record 9,100 patents in 2018, marking the company's 26th consecutive year of U.S. patent leadership.
Swiss data-backup company Veeam just won a $500 million vote of confidence from its backers, according to Bloomberg.
Walgreens Boots Alliance and Microsoft have joined forces to develop new health care delivery models, technology and retail innovations to advance and improve the health care.
New findings from Juniper Research forecast that AI-powered chatbots will soon become the first responders for citizens’ engagements with healthcare providers.
Ren Zhengfei, the founder of Huawei, broke years of public silence to dismiss U.S. accusations and to praise Donald Trump for his tax cuts, according to Bloomberg.
IDC has published a framework designed to guide business and IT decision makers faced with planning and investment decisions related to AI for automation.
Xiaomi will invest at least 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) on AI and smart devices over the next five years, according to Bloomberg.
Telecom Italia made a takeover offer for BT’s Italian business, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter.
As Poland added to the global scrutiny of Huawei with the arrest of a company employee and a local former security agent, the country’s authorities also exposed the division in Europe over policy toward the Chinese technology giant, according to Bloomberg.
IBM and its subsidiary The Weather Company unveiled a powerful new global weather forecasting system that will provide the most accurate local weather forecasts ever seen worldwide.
A couple of days into the new year, the U.S. government shutdown could ruin flashy public market debuts, according to Bloomberg.
Chinese inventors received a record number of U.S. patents in 2018 and are on pace to overtake Germany in the No. 4 position of top recipients, according to Bloomberg.
Omate on CES 2019 announces the O6S, a Sigfox connected smartwatch to protect senior citizens, and O6 with 4G connectivity.
Samsung announced how the company’s investment in AI, IoT, and 5G technologies will serve as the building blocks for its vision for Connected Living.
Google shouldn’t have to apply the so-called right to be forgotten globally, an adviser to the EU’s top court said, according to Bloomberg.
“Like a Bosch” is the tagline of a new global image campaign the supplier of technology and services launched at CES.
IBM managers discussed ways to make the company’s workforce younger and move jobs overseas, according to Bloomberg.
Samsung introduced its latest innovations in modular Micro LED display technology during its annual First Look CES event.