The world is changing faster than ever, and the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated many technology trends. In this article, we look at the biggest trends for 2021 everyone should get ready for now.
Alibaba Group Holding is in talks to invest US$3 billion into Southeast Asian ride-hailing giant Grab Holdings.
The Awards are informed by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and celebrate local and regional best practice.
Contactless financial services and digitalization will be an inevitable trend for banks and other financial institutions in the post-COVID period.
The sale will see chip firm Nvidia acquire all of Arm’s shares in return for cash and shares, giving SoftBank and the US$100 billion Vision Fund.
DeFi is a hot subject right now.
The total crypto market cap added $11.6 billion to its value for the last seven days and now stands at $336.7 billion.
HONG KONG-BASED XanPool has bagged US$4.3 million in pre-Series A financing to spearhead its infrastructure expansion into the eastern hemisphere.
Digital manufacturing is when a company leverages digital technologies to benefit their manufacturing operations.
Vedacit Boosts Innovation With Savings From Switching Its Oracle JD Edwards and Database Software to Rimini Street Support
By switching to Rimini Street Support, Vedacit was able to free up significant IT budget to drive innovation projects and support its corporate initiative to double revenue by 2023.