…Indian online grocery start-up Grofers has secured more than $200m from investors led by SoftBank’s Vision Fund, in the $100bn investment vehicle’s latest bet on the country’s technology sector…
Gibraltarian software developer Chris Harris is developing a program that uses artificial intelligence to visualise a world without cars.
The Amazon Echo and the Nest Learning Thermostat are two of the biggest hit products of the smart home.
Social giant Facebook will spend millions on research to develop ways to prevent users from utilizing the platform for nefarious purposes, like the gunman who broadcast an attack on two mosques in New Zealand this spring.
Researchers have uncovered yet another flaw in Intel’s hardware — ZombieLoad.
The AI-Native Database named GaussDB pioneers the embedding of AI capabilities into the full lifecycle of distributed databases, making their self-operation and maintenance, self-tuning, self-diagnosis, and self-healing possible.
…Tencent posted its slowest sales growth since it was listed 15 years ago, missing estimates, as the failure to win commercial licences for online games dogged the Chinese technology group in the first…
…uptick is required in the capital expenditure needed to launch 5G networks. Lex says the dividend cut could be the first of many, unless Vodafone can deploy new technology to lower costs and revive growth…
WhatsApp clones and software tools that cost as little as ₹1000 are helping Indian digital marketers and political activists bypass anti-spam restrictions set up by the world’s most popular messaging app, Reuters has found.
Before Björk was Björk, she was a young girl from Iceland who would sing on long walks down wooded paths and in new rooms she’d discover in churches and houses.