Ericsson and Intel have begun a multi-year collaboration to align ongoing development efforts in software-defined infrastructure (SDI) and Intel Rack Scale Design.
European Union regulators have reached a broad agreement on new digital platform rules aimed at stopping unfair practices by online platforms and app stores, Reuters reported.
Apple has said that it has fixed a privacy flaw in its group video chat software and that it plans to improve how it handles reports of software bugs.
Japanese authorities have reportedly approved a new amendment to a law, which would allow government workers to hack civilians’s personal technology.
BT has announced that it has become the first international telecommunications company to receive nationwide licences from the China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
IBM and Vodafone Business have announced that they are creating a new venture designed to help companies across Europe and beyond deliver innovation faster and succeed in a digital world.
China’s cyber watchdog has reportedly deleted more than 7 million pieces of online information as well as 9,382 mobile apps.
France’s data protection watchdog fined Alphabet’s Google $57 million (EUR 50 million) for breaching European Union online privacy rules, the biggest such penalty levied against a US tech giant.
Apple has reportedly demanded $1 billion as an “incentive payment” from Qualcomm Inc in order for the chipmaker to become the supplier of modem chips for iPhones, Qualcomm’s chief executive testified on Friday.
The Dubai Police and the Interpol have reportedly arrested the former Head of Information Technology at a school in Dubai.
Apple has announced that App Store customers worldwide set new spending records over the holidays, wrapping up a record-breaking year.
In an unusual step, Apple has slashed its quarterly sales forecast, with chief executive Tim Cook attributing it to decelerating …
France has reportedly confirmed that it will introduce its own taxation scheme for big technology players starting from 1st January 2019.
Saudi Aramco and Raytheon Company have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a joint venture company that will develop and provide cybersecurity services in the Kingdom and the region.