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Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou said the iPhone will go into mass production in India this year, a shift for the largest assembler of Apple’s handsets that has long concentrated production in China, according to Bloomberg.
Google began prompting Android users in Europe with the choice of downloading an alternative to its own Chrome web browser and search engine, according to Bloomberg.
Ericsson and Swisscom have switched on the first large-scale commercial 5G network in Europe to support commercially available smartphones.
Facebook will seek to block disclosures from years’ worth of privacy reports it submitted to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, according to Bloomberg.
According to new research commissioned by HP, nearly 70% of the women surveyed from across the UK said they would be interested in jobs in the tech sector.
Pinterest raised about $1.4 billion in an above-range initial public offering, according to Bloomberg. Shares climbed as much as 33 percent in its trading debut.
Profitable video-conferencing provider Zoom Video will be valued at more than $9 billion in its public market debut, according to Bloomberg.
Intel announced its intention to exit the 5G smartphone modem business and complete an assessment of the opportunities for 4G and 5G modems in PCs, IoT devices and other data-centric devices.
Salesforce said it would acquire its affiliate, Salesforce.org, in a bid to enter the market for education and nonprofit software, according to Bloomberg.
Samsung Tomorrow Solutions 2019, an idea competition aimed at creating a better world, has been open globally.
Apple and Qualcomm agreed to end a two-year legal battle over billions of dollars of technology licensing fees, according to Bloomberg.
Norway’s Finance Minister Siv Jensen called for broader international cooperation to end monopolies of global technology giants that can overcharge consumers, according to Bloomberg.
The biggest TV-industry event in the CEE region is returning soon.
Nintendo has returned to the VR technology with an affordable headset that has potential for bigger things, according to Bloomberg.
The EU has taken a closer look at how Google uses operations in Ireland to help reduce its corporate tax obligations within the trade bloc, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter.
KT Corporation and Samsung announced that they have successfully achieved 1Gbps speed over the air using KT’s 5G commercial network deployed in Seoul.
Facebook suffered its third major outage this year, with users across the world unable to access the social network or its suite of services such as Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp, according to Bloomberg.
Since the federal commission that oversees IPOs reopened, companies have rushed to join the public markets, according to Bloomberg.
Intel and Siemens Healthineers are collaborating on a break-through AI-based cardiac MRI segmentation and analysis model that has the potential to provide real-time cardiovascular disease diagnosis.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, in an annual letter to shareholders, argued that Amazon’s growth has benefited its third-party merchants, a veiled riposte to calls to break up the company, according to Bloomberg.
Investors could get their first look at hundreds of pages of detailed information about Uber as soon as this week, according to Bloomberg.
China signaled its intent to ban cryptocurrency mining, according to Bloomberg.
Samsung announced that it has delivered the largest share of 5G network solutions in Korea, making it the leading 5G network vendor in the country.
U.S. and Chinese negotiators are discussing adding a concession on cloud computing to their trade agreement, people familiar with the talks said, according to Bloomberg.
Google signed partnerships with Intel and HPE to deliver faster and simpler hybrid cloud.
Tech firms are one step closer to facing the threat of fines if they fail to speedily remove terror propaganda from their sites, under new European Union rules backed by lawmakers, according to Bloomberg.
Google is scrapping an outside council set up to evaluate its AI efforts after a dramatic outcry about the makeup of the panel, according to Bloomberg.
The ECG app on Apple Watch Series 4, a product that enables customers to take an electrocardiogram right from their wrist, is available in Hong Kong and 19 European countries.
Australia passed legislation aimed at stopping violent crime and acts of extremism from being live-streamed on the internet, according to Bloomberg.
Technology firms face “substantial” fines or a U.K. ban under a new law if they don’t act swiftly enough to remove content that encourages terrorism and child sexual exploitation and abuse, according to Bloomberg.
Bosch is increasing its investment in external startups, providing Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH (RBVC) with 200 million euros for a fourth fund.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will retain 75 percent of his stock in the company following his divorce from MacKenzie Bezos, according to Bloomberg.
The European Commission accused Valve and five other video-game publishers of breaking competition rules, according to Bloomberg.
Lenovo announced content from “As You Sow” and “Corporate Knights” naming the company to its 2019 Q1 Carbon Clean 200 list.
Samsung announced that it has developed a 3rd-generation 10-nanometer-class 8 Gb DDR4 DRAM for the first time in the industry.
The head of the Huawei Consumer Business Group Richard Yu has unveiled company's new strategic goals on his official Sina Weibo account.
If France is trying to keep Huawei out of its 5G networks, it’s doing it a lot more subtly than the U.S., according to Bloomberg.
By 2030, 80 percent of the work of today’s project management discipline will be eliminated as AI takes on traditional functions, according to Gartner.
Worldwide spending on security-related hardware, software, and services is forecast to reach $103.1 billion in 2019, an increase of 9.4% over 2018, according to IDC.
Intel announced the appointment of George S. Davis as executive vice president and CFO.
Intel announced a new range of server chips aimed at maintaining its dominance over one of the most profitable segments of the semiconductor industry, according to Bloomberg.
HPE and Continental announced a new platform for sharing vehicle data to enable new digital services that improve driver safety and convenience.
Google recently appointed an external ethics council to deal with tricky issues in AI, but, according to Bloomberg, in less than a week, the council is already falling apart.
The feud between Jeff Bezos and the National Enquirer took another stunning turn over the weekend, according to Bloomberg.
Samsung announced the Galaxy S10 5G will be available for purchase in Korea starting April 5.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the company is considering building a dedicated tab on the social network for news, and is willing to pay publishers for high-quality content, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook is considering placing restrictions on who can post live videos in the wake of a shooting in New Zealand that was filmed and disseminated in real time, according to Bloomberg.
IBM and the French National Council of Clerks announced the successful development of blockchain-based commercial court solution.
BlackBerry jumped the most in six months after fourth-quarter results surpassed analysts’ estimates, boosted by strong gains in licensing revenue, according to Bloomberg.
Lyft, the No. 2 U.S. ride-hailing company, jumped in its debut after raising $2.34 billion in an IPO that priced at the top of an elevated range, according to Bloomberg.
Singapore will allocate S$724 million ($535 million) under a current plan to transform its economy, according to Bloomberg.
Huawei is putting U.K. national security at risk by failing to improve its devices and software, according to Bloomberg, citing a report by a U.K. security oversight body.
Asustek disputed an estimate that an attack last year may have infected more than a million users of its devices, saying only several hundred PCs were infiltrated, according to Bloomberg.
Intel announced that its board of directors had unanimously decided to extend Andy Bryant’s term as a chairman for one additional year.
Norway is facing a tough political decision on who should be allowed to build out its 5G network amid a push by the the U.S. to shut out Huawei, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook will ban content that references white nationalism and white separatism, taking a major step toward curbing racism and hate speech on the site, according to Bloomberg.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella revealed additional details about the Open Data Initiative.
YouTube has canceled plans for high-end dramas and comedies, people with knowledge of the matter said, according to Bloomberg.
The EU laid out a broad strategy aimed at ensuring its future 5G networks are secure from cyber threats, but stopped short of meeting U.S. demands for a ban on Huawei, according to Bloomberg.
CULedger, a credit union service organization, announced a collaboration with IBM to pioneer new blockchain-based services to help credit unions provide a better experience for members.
In lawsuits against Apple, in two separate rulings, Qualcomm won one and lost one, according to Bloomberg.
Samsung said its first-quarter financial results will fall short of market estimates because of a slump in memory-chip prices, according to Bloomberg.
Focus on new services shows that Apple is trying to shift its revenue since its hardware business is slowing down.
The European Union is set to call on member states to exchange information to manage the cybersecurity risks of 5G wireless networks, according to Bloomberg.
Gartner has identified seven emerging security and risk management trends that will impact security, privacy and risk leaders in the longer term.
Ericsson and UNESCO have formed a partnership to develop a new digital skill learning program that has specific emphasis on scaling up AI skill development for young people.
Uber has selected the New York Stock Exchange for its imminent initial public offering, according to Bloomberg, citing a person familiar with the matter.
Bill Gates, once the world’s richest person, has again eclipsed the $100 billion threshold, joining Amazon’s Jeff Bezos in the exclusive club, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
U.K. video game companies are on a tear, due to the growing number of online platforms bolstering revenue, according to Bloomberg.
At HP Reinvent, the company’s largest global partner event, HP unveiled a virtual reality headset Reverb.
Samsung announced that it has begun mass producing the highest-capacity mobile DRAM, the industry’s first 12-gigabyte low-power double data rate 4X (LPDDR4X) package.
Automotive alliance Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi announced the production release of the Alliance Intelligent Cloud.
EU regulators have once again demanded Twitter, Facebook and Google do more to fight disinformation and help regulators check the effectiveness of the actions taken, according to Bloomberg.
The owner of Snapchat is working with British lawmakers on ways to stop underage users signing up to the popular social-media platform, according to Bloomberg.
Nearly half of today’s platform as a service (PaaS) service offerings are cloud-only, according to Gartner.
Worldwide spending on blockchain solutions is forecast to be nearly $2.9 billion in 2019, an increase of 88.7% from the $1.5 billion spent in 2018, according to IDC.
Intel and the U.S. Department of Energy will deliver the first supercomputer with a performance of one exaFLOP in the United States.
Google has unveiled Stadia, a new game streaming platform that will deliver instant access to games on any type of screen.
Norsk Hydro, one of the world’s biggest aluminum producers, suffered production outages after a cyber attack affected operations across Europe and the U.S., according to Bloomberg.
Huawei has withstood criminal charges and international scrutiny to post rising growth in the first two months of the year, according to Bloomberg.
Apple has announced two new iPads, a week before the company rolls out a media and entertainment bundle.
Germany’s effort to catch up to the digital age starts this week with an auction of the airwaves needed to build ultrafast 5G wireless networks, according to Bloomberg.
Siemens has expanded its Digital Enterprise portfolio to include a new digital service for optimizing plant maintenance.
Qualcomm and Bosch announced a research collaboration focused on 5G NR technology applications for the Industrial Internet of Things.
Apple is targeting prestigious awards for an upcoming slate of original movies and TV shows, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the plans.
IBM announced a new portfolio of IoT solutions that team AI and advanced analytics to help asset intensive organizations to improve maintenance strategies.
OpenAI, the AI research group, is starting a for-profit arm that will allow it to raise more money, according to Bloomberg.
Social media platforms are facing harsher scrutiny after a shooter accused of killing 49 people in two mosques in New Zealand appeared to livestream the murders over the internet, according to Bloomberg.
Huawei recently unveiled their next-generation Data Center Interconnect (DCI) transmission solution.
IBM is being recognized as one of the 2019 World's Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute.
Facebook said a shift in the setup of its computer servers caused a widespread outage described as the largest ever recorded to hit the social-media network and its other services, according to Bloomberg.
Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. Australia asked the country’s regulators to push to break up or effective separation of Google’s digital advertising business, according to Bloomberg.
Augmented analytics, continuous intelligence and explainable AI are among the top trends in data and analytics technology that have significant disruptive potential over the next three to five years, according to Gartner.
The European Commission made a technology choice in its Connected Car Legislation that, in the view of the GSMA, undercuts its own 5G Action Plan and jeopardises its digital competitiveness.
New data from Juniper Research has found that MPL platform revenue will reach $137 billion annually by 2023, up from less than $30 billion this year.
Intel, Alibaba, Cisco, Dell EMC, Facebook, Google, HPE, Huawei and Microsoft announced the founding of a consortium to develop Compute Express Link.
Top U.S. universities are shunning research money from Huawei amid pressure from Congress and the Trump administration, according to Bloomberg.
U.S. Cellular and Ericsson announced a multi-year contract for 5G network deployment.
HPE announced the Edgeline EL8000 Converged Edge System to help communication service providers capitalize on data-intensive, low-latency services for media delivery, connected mobility, and smart cities.
Nvidia agreed to buy chipmaker Mellanox for $6.9 billion, gaining expertise to help it push into the growing market for data center components, according to Bloomberg.