The U.S. Federal Trade Commission just ordered major technology companies to fork over details on waves of small acquisitions made during the last decade. A more sizable deal is also seen as a target for the regulator: Google’s $1.1 billion purchase of mapping app Waze.
China’s property developers and realtors are turning to virtual reality salesrooms and livestream marketing to thaw a frozen market as the coronavirus epidemic keeps physical offices shut and potential buyers are afraid to leave their homes.
NZ enterprises are seeking relationships and partnerships with internet of things vendors as they invest to improve business productivity, product quality and cut costs.
A U.S. judge on Thursday granted Amazon’s request to temporarily halt the U.S. Department of Defense and Microsoft from moving forward on an up-to-$10 billion cloud computing deal that Amazon says reflected undue influence by President Donald Trump.
- Judge grants Amazon bid to pause Microsoft's Pentagon contract work (Reuters: Feb 13, 2020 at 7:59 PM)
- Judge grants Amazon bid to pause Microsoft's Pentagon contract work (Reuters: Feb 13, 2020 at 8:14 PM)
- Judge grants Amazon motion for pause in Microsoft's Pentagon contract work (Reuters: Feb 13, 2020 at 10:43 PM)
- Amazon wins court bid for Microsoft to suspend Pentagon work (EJ Insight: Feb 13, 2020 at 11:44 PM)
The latest indictment adds racketeering to the list of violations allegedly committed by the Chinese telecom company.
U.S. prosecutors on Thursday accused Huawei of stealing trade secrets and helping Iran track protesters in its latest indictment against the Chinese company, escalating the U.S. battle with the world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker.
Xiaomi unveiled the Mi 10 in China a couple of hours ago and soon after that, Xiaomi VP Manu Kumar Jain announced that the Mi 10 might make it to the Indian shores soon.
Following the recent reprimand by the country’s top court, Pakistan Railways (PR) seems to have realised the core issues in its countrywide operation.
The University of Auckland has taken its contact centre to the cloud using Amazon Connect, a cloud contact centre service on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
It’s well known that organisations are struggling to protect themselves against cyber attacks, but it turns out that they are failing profoundly.