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China Cyberspies Mined Japan Firms for North Korea Secrets

China Cyberspies Mined Japan Firms for North Korea Secrets

26 Apr 2018 comment

Chinese hackers have targeted Japanese defense companies, possibly to get information on Tokyo’s policy toward resolving the North Korean nuclear impasse, according to Bloomberg.

Europe Wants a Robot Army to Challenge the U.S. and China on AI

Europe Wants a Robot Army to Challenge the U.S. and China on AI

26 Apr 2018 comment

At the Bristol Robotics Laboratory in southwest England, dozens of tiny metal machines were poised to dance over a shiny white surface in “swarming” experiments to track how they organize themselves and work together, according to Bloomberg.

Worldwide Semiconductor Revenue Grew 21.6% in 2017

Worldwide Semiconductor Revenue Grew 21.6% in 2017

26 Apr 2018 comment

Worldwide semiconductor revenue totaled $420.4 billion in 2017, a 21.6 percent increase from 2016 revenue of $345.9 billion, according to final results by Gartner.

Apple Takes Next Step Toward Paying EU 13 Billion Tax Demand

Apple Takes Next Step Toward Paying EU 13 Billion Tax Demand

26 Apr 2018 comment

Apple will start transferring billions of euros to Ireland within months, after reaching a deal on an account to hold the cash while it fights a European tax case, according to Bloomberg.

IDC Forecasts Growth for Connected Devices in Key Smart Home Categories

IDC Forecasts Growth for Connected Devices in Key Smart Home Categories

26 Apr 2018 comment

In 2017, 433.1 million smart home devices were shipped worldwide, growing 27.6% from the previous year, according to IDC.

Facebook Publishes Content Removal Policies for the First Time

Facebook Publishes Content Removal Policies for the First Time

26 Apr 2018 comment

For the first time, Facebook is letting people know its specific rules for taking down content once it’s reported to the social network’s moderators, according to Bloomberg.

Google CEO Poised to Cash In $380 Million Award This Week

Google CEO Poised to Cash In $380 Million Award This Week

25 Apr 2018 comment

Google CEO Sundar Pichai is about to have a very big week, according to Bloomberg.

AMS's Outlook Spurs Fears of Weak iPhone X Demand

AMS's Outlook Spurs Fears of Weak iPhone X Demand

25 Apr 2018 comment

Apple supplier AMS shares tumbled after cautioning on negative operating margins, yet another semiconductor company to spark warnings from analysts of shaky demand for the iPhone X, according to Bloomberg.

Thomas Arnolder Proposed as a New CEO of A1 Telekom Austria Group

Thomas Arnolder Proposed as a New CEO of A1 Telekom Austria Group

23 Apr 2018 comment

The A1 Telekom Austria Group announced that Thomas Arnoldner (40) will be nominated as new CEO by the two main shareholders, América Móvil and Österreichische Bundes-und Industriebeteiligungen (ÖBIB).

Ericsson Makes Changes to Executive Team

Ericsson Makes Changes to Executive Team

6 Feb 2018 comment

Ericsson announced changes to the group structure and its Executive Team. A Business Area Emerging Business is created to increase focus on innovation and new business development, with initial focus on IoT and within distributed cloud solutions.

New Head of Gideon Brothers’ Autonomous Technologies Division

New Head of Gideon Brothers’ Autonomous Technologies Division

1 Feb 2018 comment

Gideon Brothers announced that Josip Ćesić will lead the company’s Autonomous Technologies Division.

China Cyberspies Mined Japan Firms for North Korea Secrets

China Cyberspies Mined Japan Firms for North Korea Secrets

26 Apr 2018 comment

Chinese hackers have targeted Japanese defense companies, possibly to get information on Tokyo’s policy toward resolving the North Korean nuclear impasse, according to Bloomberg.

Europe Wants a Robot Army to Challenge the U.S. and China on AI

Europe Wants a Robot Army to Challenge the U.S. and China on AI

26 Apr 2018 comment

At the Bristol Robotics Laboratory in southwest England, dozens of tiny metal machines were poised to dance over a shiny white surface in “swarming” experiments to track how they organize themselves and work together, according to Bloomberg.

Apple Takes Next Step Toward Paying EU 13 Billion Tax Demand

Apple Takes Next Step Toward Paying EU 13 Billion Tax Demand

26 Apr 2018 comment

Apple will start transferring billions of euros to Ireland within months, after reaching a deal on an account to hold the cash while it fights a European tax case, according to Bloomberg.

Ericsson Media Solutions Selected by Telefónica to Transform Its TV Services

Ericsson Media Solutions Selected by Telefónica to Transform Its TV Services

15 Apr 2018 comment

Ericsson has been selected by Telefónica to power a range of advanced TV services across its operating businesses in Latin America.

Ericsson Energy Alliance Makes Network Evolution Cost-effective

Ericsson Energy Alliance Makes Network Evolution Cost-effective

5 Apr 2018 comment

Ericsson has joined forces with Vertiv and NorthStar to form the Ericsson Energy Alliance, a complementary site solution partnership to drive cost-effective and sustainable service provider network evolution towards 5G, within the Ericsson Radio Site System.

Google-Led Plan to Upend Wireless Industry Gains Momentum

Google-Led Plan to Upend Wireless Industry Gains Momentum

31 Mar 2018 comment

A Google-led plan to overhaul how valuable airwaves are used for calls and texts is gaining momentum across the wireless industry, giving the company the chance to play a central role in networks of the future, according to Bloomberg.

Ericsson launches MediaFirst UHD for end-to-end UHD experiences

Ericsson launches MediaFirst UHD for end-to-end UHD experiences

22 Apr 2018 comment

Ericsson Media Solutions announced the launch of its MediaFirst End-to-End Ultra High Definition (UHD) solution, the industry’s first software-based, multi-application media processing and encoding platform to deliver UHD content from camera to consumer, across the entire media delivery landscape.

Fast New Data Platform From IBM Helps Accelerate AI

Fast New Data Platform From IBM Helps Accelerate AI

21 Apr 2018 comment

As companies look to embrace AI to gain competitive advantage and increase productivity, IBM unveiled a new data science and machine learning platform and an elite consulting team to help them accelerate their AI journeys.

MobileIron and Lenovo Join Forces to Enable Modern Work

MobileIron and Lenovo Join Forces to Enable Modern Work

21 Apr 2018 comment

MobileIron and Lenovo announced that they're expanding their partnership to build and bring to market a new offering that helps companies deliver modern work experiences to their employees.

Facebook Is Forming a Team to Design Its Own Chips

Facebook Is Forming a Team to Design Its Own Chips

23 Apr 2018 comment

Facebook is building a team to design its own semiconductors, adding to a trend among technology companies to supply themselves and lower their dependence on chipmakers, according to Bloomberg, citing job listings and people familiar with the matter.

Academia and Industry Collaborate to Drive UK Supercomputer Adoption

Academia and Industry Collaborate to Drive UK Supercomputer Adoption

22 Apr 2018 comment

HPE announced a collaboration with Arm, SUSE, and three leading UK universities to accelerate the adoption of supercomputer applications in the UK.

Construction Starts at the World's Largest Hydrogen Pilot Plant

Construction Starts at the World's Largest Hydrogen Pilot Plant

22 Apr 2018 comment

An EU-funded project for a CO2-reduced energy future and the decarbonization of steel production is taking shape.