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VMware agreed to purchase two software companies on Thursday for almost $5 billion, expanding its reach in development tools and cybersecurity, according to Bloomberg.
Google posted internal rules that discourage employees from debating politics, a shift away from the internet giant’s famously open culture, according to Bloomberg.
HP gave a profit forecast for the current quarter that was in line with Wall Street estimates, according to Bloomberg.
Consumer spend via digital wallets across Europe and North America will increase by 40% this year to nearly $790 billion, according to a new study from Juniper Research.
A senior official at the European Central Bank warned that banks embracing external data storage and other digital technology need to know that there’s a good chance they’ll get hacked, according to Bloomberg.
Intel published “Safety First for Automated Driving,” a framework for the design, development, verification and validation of safe automated passenger vehicles.
Huawei’s founder Ren Zhengfei warned in an internal memo the company is at a “live or die moment,” according to Bloomberg.
The U.S. will extend for another 90 days a limited set of exemptions that had protected rural networks and other U.S. customers from a ban on doing business with Huawei, according to Bloomberg, citing Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.
European Union antitrust regulators are already probing Facebook’s two-month-old Libra digital currency project, according to Bloomberg.
Nokia is set to bring 5G to New Zealand, following the announcement of the first commercial 5G network in the country available by Vodafone.
Nvidia’s second-quarter sales and profit topped analysts’ estimates, suggesting that a slump in orders may be easing amid a revival in demand for graphics chips and parts used in data centers, according to Bloomberg.
Huawei launched its Global Industry Vision report, continuing its predictions for technology and industry development up to 2025.
Apple’s 13 billion-euro battle with the EU reaches the bloc’s courts next month in a hearing, acording to Bloomberg.
U.S. airline safety regulators banned select MacBook Pro laptops on flights after Apple recently said that some units had batteries that posed a fire risk, according to Bloomberg.
Ericsson and Tele2 have launched Russia's first 5G zone in central Moscow on Tele2's commercial network.
The European Central Bank said one of its websites was hacked by unauthorized people who may have stolen private information including contact data, according to Bloomberg.
GfK launched Attribution+, an AI-based solution for grocery and drugstore retailers to gain valuable intelligence on shoppers.
HP laptop maker Inventec said it will to shift production of notebooks for the U.S. market out of China within months, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook has been paying hundreds of outside contractors to transcribe clips of audio from users of its services, according to Bloomberg, citing people with knowledge of the work.
Samsung announced that it will strengthen its neural processing unit (NPU) capabilities to further extend the reach of its AI solutions.
Amazon-backed food-delivery service Deliveroo announced an abrupt retreat from Germany after more than four years, according to Bloomberg.
New data from Juniper Research has found that the volume of domestic money transfers via mobiles will exceed 203 billion in 2024, up from 130 billion in 2019.
Huawei’s founder intends to kick off a three- to five-year overhaul of the networking giant, creating an “iron army” that can help it survive an American onslaught while protecting its lead in 5G, according to Bloomberg.
Across the globe, major cities therefore face a major challenge: providing mobility for people and goods while also improving the quality of the air we breathe.
The White House is holding off on a decision about licenses for U.S. companies to restart business with Huawei after Beijing said it was halting purchases of U.S. farming goods, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter.
Samsung scored a victory over Sony after a major Chinese customer declared it was going with the Korean company’s camera sensors in future smartphones, according to Bloomberg.
Lyft reported second-quarter results that were better than expected and boosted its forecast for the year, according to Bloomberg.
Intel announced it is working with to provide increased workload acceleration capacity for the HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 server.
Worldwide spending on public cloud services and infrastructure will more than double over the 2019-2023 forecast period, according to IDC.
U.S. President Donald Trump once again accused Google of amplifying negative news stories about him, according to Bloomberg.
Intel and Lenovo announced a multiyear collaboration focused on the rapidly growing opportunity in the convergence of high-performance computing and AI.
Google requires rivals to sign a non-disclosure agreement to take part in an auction that will decide which search providers are listed as alternatives on Android smartphones, according to Bloomberg.
Semiconductor stocks tumbled in on Monday, extending a recent decline as the escalating trade war between the U.S. and China added to headwinds surrounding the sector, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook plans to attach its name to Instagram and WhatsApp, branding them “Instagram from Facebook” and “WhatsApp from Facebook,” according to Bloomberg.
Apple said it is suspending its global internal program for “grading” a portion of user Siri commands after some consumers raised concerns about the program, according to Bloomberg.
BT Group Chief Executive Officer Philip Jansen has given Boris Johnson a reality check, according to Bloomberg.
Nintendo reported fiscal first-quarter profit that missed the lowest analyst estimate as consumers shrugged at a sluggish lineup of new games, according to Bloomberg.
Sony cut its full-year revenue outlook as sales of PlayStation 4, televisions and smartphones declined faster than the company originally anticipated, according to Bloomberg.
Haier, China Mobile, and Huawei jointly launched the world's first AI+5G interconnected factory at the 2019 World Industrial Internet Conference (WIIC) in Qingdao.
Intel officially launched 11 new 10th Gen Core processors designed for sleek 2-in-1s and laptops.
Microsoft announced IoT Signals, a new research report designed to provide a global overview of the IoT landscape.
HP released the results of a study that works to better understand the level of awareness associated with webcam hacking and how consumers changed their behavior as a result.
Huawei has seen a dramatic slowdown in sales growth as it deals with U.S. efforts to curb its business and warned of tougher days ahead, according to Bloomberg.
Bosch Building Technologies plans to acquire GFR (Gesellschaft für Regelungstechnik und Energieeinsparung) headquartered in Verl, Germany.
Google’s cloud-computing unit unveiled an expanded partnership with VMware, as the Alphabet division seeks to catch up to rivals that have similar deals, according to Bloomberg.
Uber said it’s cutting a third of its marketing department globally, as the CEO seeks to address concerns that the business is slowing down, according to Bloomberg.
Twitter reported sales that beat Wall Street expectations as the company attracted millions of new users, according to Bloomberg.
HPE announced plan to invest $500 million in India over the next five years.
Intel posted second-quarter sales and profit that topped analyst projections and gave an upbeat third-quarter forecast, according to Bloomberg.
The U.S. Justice Department announced a broad antitrust review into whether the tech companies are using their power to thwart competition, according to Bloomberg.
The Federal Trade Commission unveiled details of settlement with Facebook for violating an order to protect users’ privacy, according to Bloomberg.
Alphabet reported revenue that beat Wall Street expectations, calming concern about slowing growth at the heart of the internet giant, according to Bloomberg.
Telefonica sales stabilized in the second quarter as the phone carrier benefited from price hikes for premium products in Spain, according to Bloomberg.
Nokia delivered a strong second quarter, driven by 5G demand, a competitive end-to-end portfolio and strengthened operational execution.
Facebook showed that its business can weather all kinds of regulatory scrutiny as long as people keep flocking to the social network, according to Bloomberg.
The U.S. Justice Department said it’s investigating whether dominant technology companies are thwarting competition in their markets, according to Bloomberg.
Microsoft and OpenAI have partnered to further extend Microsoft Azure’s capabilities in large-scale AI systems.
Huawei quickened revenue growth to roughly 30% in the first half after select teams secured critical supplies to keep production going, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter.
Apple is negotiating to buy Intel’s struggling cellular modem unit, said a person familiar with the matter, according to Bloomberg.
This year, Prime Day was once again the largest shopping event in Amazon history with more than one million deals exclusively for Prime members.
The U.S. and China are moving closer to their first trade negotiations in months, with a meeting between tech chief executives and President Donald Trump, according to Bloomberg.
Microsoft agreed to pay $25 million to settle U.S. government investigations into alleged bribery by former employees in Hungary, according to Bloomberg.
YouTube reached a settlement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission resolving allegations that the company violated rules about advertising to children, according to Bloomberg, citing a person familiar with the matter.
Microsoft topped quarterly sales and profit projections, fueled by steady demand for cloud-computing services and a surprisingly strong Windows business, according to Bloomberg.
Intel CEO Bob Swan said that what differentiates Intel is the company’s ability to deliver not just products, but solutions tuned for specific environments.
Netflix shocked investors by reporting a drop in U.S. customers and much slower growth overseas, according to Bloomberg.
Amsterdam reckons it has more data centers than any other major city in the world, and that’s turned out to be too much of a good thing, according to Bloomberg.
State-backed hackers have attempted to infiltrate targets related to U.S. elections more than 700 times in the past year, according to Bloomberg, citing a Microsoft blog post.
Barring Huawei from operating in the U.K. could lower security standards and make networks less resilient to malicious attacks, according to Bloomberg, citing Parliament’s intelligence and security committee.
Amazon struck a deal with Germany and Austria to shut down antitrust probes into how it handles other merchants on its site, according to Bloomberg.
Intel and SAP announced a multiyear technology partnership focused on optimizing Intel’s platforms for SAP’s end-to-end enterprise software applications.
Qualcomm was fined 242 million euros by EU antitrust regulators for deliberately pricing some chips so low they could eliminate a smaller rival, according to Bloomberg.
IBM reported earnings that topped analysts’ estimates in the fiscal second quarter as investors look to the Red Hat acquisition to fuel future growth in cloud computing, according to Bloomberg.
U.S. telecommunications giant AT&T has signed two significant strategic contracts with IBM and Microsoft.
A new study from Juniper Research has found that the number of people using digital wallets will increase from 2.3 billion this year to nearly 4 billion, or 50% of the world’s population, by 2024.
Republican and Democratic Senators sharply questioned Facebook’s plan to create its own digital money, according to Bloomberg.
Dell announced that it will complete or exceed over 75% of the goals outlined in its 2020 Legacy of Good plan ahead of schedule.
Amazon faces a full-blown EU antitrust probe as Margrethe Vestager prepares for a summer finale to her five-year crackdown on U.S. technology giants, according to Bloomberg.
Intel's engineering leaders recently provided an update on their software project “One API”.
Ericsson, T-Mobile, and Qualcomm completed the world’s first low-band 5G-New Radio (NR) data session on a commercial 5G modem.
Huawei is planning to cut jobs at its U.S. subsidiary, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing unidentified people familiar with the situation, according to Bloomberg.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise released its annual Living Progress Report for 2018.
The SEAT factory in Martorell is the first Spanish plant to receive components via drone delivery.
Oracle lost its legal challenge to the Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud contract, clearing the way for the government to award the contract to Amazon or Microsoft, according to Bloomberg.
Nintendo introduced a cheaper version of its portable Switch gaming console, as the company seeks to expand the potential market for games, according to Bloomberg.
Apple’s flagship central London retail store got a new neighbor, as Microsoft opened its inaugural European high-street presence just meters away, according to Bloomberg.
German Economics Minister Peter Altmaier plans to build up a German cloud service to allow European companies to store data independent of Asian or U.S. rivals, according to Bloomberg.
After two quarters of decline, the worldwide PC market grew 1.5% in the second quarter of 2019, according to preliminary results by Gartner.
France won’t back off from its planned tax on tech companies even after the U.S. suggested it may use trade tools against the levy, according to Bloomberg.
The U.S. would grant licenses allowing companies to export goods to Huawei but won’t remove the Chinese company from an export blacklist, according to Bloomberg.
TIM is switching on its 5G network in Italy and has chosen Ericsson 5G commercial hardware, software and solutions for the initial deployment of the new technology.
Orange CEO Stephane Richard was cleared by Paris judges in a scandal related to his role at the Finance Ministry in a 403 million euros arbitration payout a decade ago, according to Bloomberg.
Interest in blockchain continues to be high, but there is still a significant gap between the hype and market reality, according to Gartner.
A new forecast from IDC shows global spending on smart cities initiatives will reach $189.5 billion in 2023.
Broadcom has secured financing and identified cost savings for the acquisition of Symantec, according to Bloomberg.
Media consumption in Canada has reached a tipping point. This year, for the first time, adults in Canada will spend more daily time with digital content than with traditional media, according to eMarketer.
Worldwide shipments of gaming desktops and notebooks reached 7.5 million units during the first quarter of 2019, down 6.2% from last year, according to IDC.
Orange CEO Stephane Richard will have to resign if he’s convicted on decade-old allegations of fraud, a top finance ministry official said, according to Bloomberg.
Amazon is set to hire more than 2,000 workers in the U.K., including engineers, software developers and data scientists, to develop its latest technology ventures, according to Bloomberg.
Ericsson and RCS&RDS have launched a 5G commercial service in the busiest parts of Bucharest, Romania.