German technology giant Bosch is entering yet another new market – e-strollers.
IBM took a major step towards maintaining the highest level of security of its client's data and privacy in the future from fault-tolerant quantum computers.
In the car cockpits of the future, digital displays will play a key role in the interaction between drivers and their vehicles.
IBM announced z15, a new enterprise platform delivering the ability to manage the privacy of customer data across hybrid multicloud environments.
First Data, together with Visa and Samsung, showcased the company’s new Software Point of Sale solution during IFA 2019.
The 8K Association announced that key performance attributes for 8K televisions have been defined as part of the technical program.
Intel introduced eight additional 10th Gen Core processors for modern laptop computing.
HPE announced it custom-designed a new supercomputer for NASA to support Artemis program, a mission to land the next humans on the lunar South Pole region by 2024.
Bosch and Daimler have reached a milestone on the way to automated driving
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.
The new Bosch Parking Lot Sensor solves parking issues and makes it possible for cities to efficiently manage parking spaces and therefore improves the quality of life in cities.
Intel announced that an 8 million-neuron neuromorphic system comprising 64 Loihi research chips, codenamed Pohoiki Beach, is now available to the broader research community.
Ericsson and Telia have brought automated guided vehicles, AR and a huge number of sensors to life at Ericsson’s manufacturing facility in Tallinn, Estonia, via a dedicated cellular network.
Samsung recently completed a massive five-screen LED display installation at the Times Square building in New York City.
A win for DeepMind, the AI arm of Google’s parent Alphabet, at a biennial biology conference could upend how drugmakers find and develop new medicines, according to Bloomberg.
Chipmaker Qualcomm unveiled the Snapdragon 855 Plus Mobile Platform.
The SEAT factory in Martorell is the first Spanish plant to receive components via drone delivery.
Bosch Sensortec announced a new variant of its high-performance BMA456.
IBM announced at the World Conference of Science Journalists the expansion of the IBM Q Network in Europe to include additional universities and an international research organization.
Automotive 5G manufacturing production is now a reality for German electric microcar company e.GO Mobile at its Aachen complex, enabled by 5G connectivity from Ericsson and Vodafone Germany.
IBM announced that POWER9-based IBM Power Systems Virtual Servers are available in the IBM Cloud.
German company Bosch has combined the expertise in sensor manufacturing with Bosch Rexroth's automation experience.
Year after year, Bosch eBike Systems extends its portfolio, developing new products and integrating third-party components for different user groups and purposes.
Researchers at Nokia Bell Labs and Amber announced they have created a new formula for battery composition.
IBM announced that it is the only vendor to have multiple systems in the Top 10 of the semi-annual Top500 and Green500 supercomputer lists.
Samsung introduced two new 0.8-micrometer pixel image sensors, the 64-megapixel ISOCELL Bright GW1 and 48Mp Bright GM2.
IBM announced it has built Pangea III, the world's most powerful commercial supercomputer for Total.
A major Spanish player in the global food sector, Cerealto Siro Foods, has incorporated IBM Watson into its food innovation process.
Samsung announced two USB Type-C power delivery (PD) controllers, SE8A and MM101.
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