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Siemens Mobility and partners are planning to undertake joint research on a fully automated tram depot.
Forkbeard will present and demonstrate its mobile indoor positioning technology at MWC 2019 Los Angeles.
Swedish vendor Ericsson earned 6% more in the third quarter than in the same period last year, but the operating income and margin went to red because of over $1 billion penalties in the U.S.
Ericsson and Xtreme Enterprises announce a strategic partnership to include Ericsson Radio System to support rural Wireless Internet Service Providers.
Even with 3,9% less revenue compared to the same period last year, IBM has managed to significantly reduce debt in third quarter of 2019.
At the company’s annual event, Google presented new devices.
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei announced its business results for the third quarter of 2019.
Samsung announced that it has brought the latest software innovations to the company’s PCIe Gen4 solid state drive series, opening up a new paradigm in SSD performance.
Ericsson’s factory in Tallinn, Estonia, has undergone a two-year digitalization transformation to become a 5G manufacturing facility utilizing company's own technology.
With the first 5G Joint Innovation Center in Europe, Sunrise and Huawei will work together to research and develop 5G applications for both the private and business sectors.
The winner of the Call for Code 2019 Global Challenge is a system that uses AI and IoT to guard the safety of firefighters as they battle blazes.
Mobility options in cities are becoming more and more diverse.
Intel highlighted its ongoing investment and commitment to advance memory and storage in the data-centric computing era.
A new Ericsson report estimates that the addressable industry digitalization market for service providers could grow to about USD 700 billion by the end of the next decade.
With the increased usage of data & analytics across the enterprise, the chief data officer’s mindset needs to shift from focusing on D&A projects and programs to driving a product-centric organization, according to Gartner.
Lenovo and Intel are working to accelerate the convergence of high-performance computing and AI to help scientists at the Flatiron Institute solve scientific challenges in entirely new ways.
Waves, the provider of audio technologies for professional audio and consumer electronics, announced new testing labs in Taipei.
Facebook recently launched Threads, standalone app connected with Instagram that's meant to be used with closest friends.
Logitech unveiled its new PRO X Mechanical Gaming Keyboard that features multiple switch types.
Dell announced one of the first computational projects for The University of Queensland’s HPC system may enable a non-invasive disease-modifying strategy for Alzheimer’s Disease.
Samsung and Google set up test labs in cities across the globe to test and verify that apps and services are optimized for the Galaxy Fold and the Android ecosystem.
LG announced its preliminary earnings results for the third quarter of 2019.
This October, in classrooms across Europe, celebrating EU Code Week, students of all ages are living proof that coding opens doors to new opportunities.
Ericsson has opened a Center of Excellence at its Eurolab R&D site in Aachen, Germany, to strengthen 5G products and service abilities as Industry 4.0 becomes a reality in Western Europe.
At 2019 Securities Analyst Meeting, HP provided details on its strategy and opportunities for long-term growth, along with financial outlook for fiscal 2020.
In the next three years, as many as 120 million workers in the world's 12 largest economies may need to be retrained or reskilled as a result of AI and intelligent automation, according to a new IBM Institute for Business Value study.
The market capitalisation of the world’s 100 largest public companies has increased by $1,040bn (5%) in 12 months, according to PwC’s Global Top 100 ranking.
Siemens Mobility announced it will work with Bytemark to provide a common payment solution for Columbus, Ohio's Smart Columbus travel app.
At a launch event in New York, Microsoft previewed the Surface Neo, a device co-engineered with Intel.
Samsung announced that it will support the world’s first 8K HDR10+ content, partnering with major European streaming services.
Karen Walker, a veteran of more than 20 years of global technology industry marketing, will join Intel as senior vice president and chief marketing officer.
U.S. Congress is considering setting aside $1 billion to help small wireless providers purge their networks of parts from Chinese companies, according to Bloomberg.
Apple won’t be exempted from tariffs on five Chinese-made components for the upcoming Mac Pro computer, according to Bloomberg.
The U.S. probably won’t renew a temporary waiver that lets American companies do business with Huawei as Washington cracks down on Chinese companies, according to Bloomberg.
The European Comission has warned that Europe is placing its core values and strategic influence at risk due to an over reliance on computer hardware and software provided by other countries, according to Bloomberg.
Micron gave a disappointing quarterly profit forecast and warned that global trade tensions may prolong a memory-chip industry slump, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook says a lawsuit over a data breach that affected almost 30 million users should be tossed because the lawyers who filed it have provided no evidence that anyone was injured by the attack, according to Bloomberg.
Oculus announced Facebook Horizon, described as an ever-expanding VR world where people can interact with others as digital avatars, according to Bloomberg.
HPE has completed the acquisition of supercomputing leader Cray, earlier than the original target date.
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei is ready to license his 5G technology only to one other company and he wants that potential arch-rival to be American, according to Bloomberg.
T-Mobile’s proposed merger with Sprint remains on hold at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission, where most commissioners have yet to vote even though the agency chairman asked for a vote in August, according to Bloomberg.
Amazon defended the privacy features of its Alexa digital assistant and introduced some new tools to reassure users, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook has suspended “tens of thousands” of third-party apps that were using the company’s developer tools, according to Bloomberg.
Google won a European Union court battle against plans to impose a global “right to be forgotten”, according to Bloomberg.
Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos announced the formation of a new organization, the Climate Pledge, to meet the goals of the landmark Paris climate agreement 10 years early, according to Bloomberg.
Google is bracing for another landmark privacy decision at the European Union’s top court, five years after a “right-to-be-forgotten” ruling forced it to delete links to personal information on request, according to Bloomberg.
The trade war is taking its toll on Apple, a new survey of Chinese consumer attitudes shows, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook is once again defending Libra, this time against fears that the cryptocurrency could replace sovereign currencies and threaten central banks’ control over money creation, according to Bloomberg.
GitLab has raised $268 million in new funding in a round valuing the startup at $2.75 billion, more than double its last valuation, according to Bloomberg.
The impact of the Trump administration’s blacklisting of Huawei was laid bare as the Chinese company unveiled a flagship smartphone that lacks any licensed Google apps, according to Bloomberg.
Microsoft announced that its board of directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.51 per share, reflecting a 5 cent or 11% increase over the previous quarter’s dividend.
Huawei is offering up its most valuable 5G secrets and $1.5 billion to software developers, according to Bloomberg.
Oracle unveiled an operating system that runs without the need for human oversight, according to Bloomberg.
Qualcomm announced it is completing the acquisition of the remaining interest in RF360 Holdings, a joint venture with TDK.
Apple fights the world’s biggest tax case this week, trying to rein in the EU’s antitrust chief ahead of a potential new crackdown on internet giants, according to Bloomberg.
The U.S. semiconductor industry urged President Donald Trump to make good on his promise to ease the ban on sales to Huawei, according to Bloomberg.
Facing the most serious threat yet to its business model, Uber is dusting off a legal argument that it’s a technology platform, not a transportation company, according to Bloomberg.
An IDC special report found that developers have significant autonomy with respect to the selection of developer tools and technologies.
The worldwide tablet market declined 5.0% year over year during the second quarter of 2019 (2Q19) as global shipments fell to 32.2 million units, according to preliminary data from IDC.
Samsung and Huawei took turns announcing new mobile processors at the IFA in Berlin last week, and the the new chips integrate 5G modem, according to Bloomberg.
Huawei's US subsidiary dropped a lawsuit against the US Commerce Department and several other government agencies that it has filed back in June.
Apple unveiled new iPhones with camera enhancements and improved battery life, according to Bloomberg.
Qualcomm released its 2019 State of Play report.
ProtonMail is in talks with Huawei about including its encrypted email service in future mobile devices, according to Bloomberg.
First Data, together with Visa and Samsung, showcased the company’s new Software Point of Sale solution during IFA 2019.
Facebook and Google are facing intensifying scrutiny by state law enforcement officers with authority to impose vast fines and even break up companies that violate antitrust and privacy rules, according to Bloomberg.
Moscow officials plan to create a network of CCTV cameras with face-recognition software to help identify participants of mass protests, according to Bloomberg.
eMarketer expects a shift in US digital ad spending next year, as economic factors weigh on certain industries.
Google and its industry allies are making a late bid to water down the first major data-privacy law in the U.S., seeking to carve out exemptions for digital advertising, according to Bloomberg.
Porsche has increased its stake in Croatian hypercar creator and technology powerhouse, Rimac Automobili to 15.5 percent.
Human rights group Liberty called for a ban on the use of facial-recognition technology after it lost a Welsh case that could have wider implications across the U.K., according to Bloomberg.
YouTube agreed to pay a $170 million fine and limit ads on kids’ videos to settle claims that the company violated children’s privacy laws, according to Bloomberg.
More than half of state attorneys general are planning to open an antitrust investigation of Google as soon as next week, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter.
Huawei lashed out at the U.S. government, accusing Washington of orchestrating a campaign to intimidate its employees and launching cyber-attacks to infiltrate its internal network, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook is considering a test to stop showing the number of likes that posts get in an effort to reduce the competitive pressure of social media, according to Bloomberg.
The U.S. and Poland agreed to a deal designed to secure 5G networks in the European country, according to Bloomberg.
Intel introduced eight additional 10th Gen Core processors for modern laptop computing.
The U.K. plans to ease security line hold-ups for passengers by requiring all major airports to use 3D scanners for cabin baggage by the end of 2022, according to Bloomberg.
Dell raised its annual profit forecast after reporting quarterly sales and earnings that topped Wall Street estimates on strong corporate demand for computers and software, according to Bloomberg.
Amazon is angling for a larger share of European television viewers, according to Bloomberg.
Qualcomm said that telecoms need to jump on new technology coming to Wi-Fi or risk losing the chance to exploit the flood of data being created by their customers, according to Bloomberg.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account sent out a stream of offensive tweets in what the company said was a hack, according to Bloomberg.
The trade war between the U.S. and China will hit Apple this weekend, dragging the largest U.S. technology company into a fracas that threatens to raise prices on popular consumer gadgets, according to Bloomberg.
Vendors led by General Dynamics were awarded a contract for as much as $7.6 billion to provide Microsoft office software for the Pentagon, according to Bloomberg.
The trade war between the U.S. and China is about to take its biggest bite out of Huawei yet, after Google confirmed the upcoming Huawei flagship phone won’t have licensed Google apps, according to Bloomberg.
The owners of TeamViewer are planning a Frankfurt listing this year that could be the biggest German IPO for a tech company in nearly two decades, according to Bloomberg.
Global sales of smartphones to end users declined 1.7% in the second quarter of 2019, totaling 368 million units, according to Gartner.
Technology firms are “robot vacuum cleaners” sucking up valuable data in a way that can undermine competition, EU antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager said in a speech, according to Bloomberg.
Dell and AT&T are jointly exploring the development of key open infrastructure technology areas for the next-generation network edge.
Globalfoundries sued larger rival TSMC for using its patented chip technology, according to Bloomberg.
Facebook finished a feature that will let users separate their internet browsing history from their personal profiles, according to Bloomberg.
Bolt, the ride-hailing service formerly known as Taxify, said it has begun operating a food-delivery business in its native Estonia, according to Bloomberg.
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.