Rakuten Symphony and Zain KSA announced today the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enable strategic collaboration in …
Toshiba, Western Digital settle legal dispute over $18B chip unit saleAccording to reports, both firms have agreed to withdraw all claims against each other which ensures "all parties are aligned" on the sale to a consortium led by Bain Capital.0 2148
Saudi telco announces strategic alliance with Rakuten Symphony
Salam and Rakuten Symphony today announced the signing of a strategic alliance framework agreement that will see Rakuten Symphony provide …
Nokia to conduct AI-based railroad crossing safety trials in Japan
Odakyu Electric Railway has announced that it is carrying out trials of Nokia’s SpaceTime scene analytics in order to identify ways of enhancing rail crossing safety.
Japan plans to hack citizens’ IoT devices ahead of Tokyo Olympics
Japanese authorities have reportedly approved a new amendment to a law, which would allow government workers to hack civilians’s personal technology.
Aspiring Tesla rival might land investment from Saudi PIF
Saudi Arabia sovereign wealth fund is in talks to invest in Lucid Motors, an aspiring Tesla rival, according to a …
Japanese watchdogs investigate Apple over allegations
Technology giant Apple is being scrutinized by Japanese watchdogs over accusations that the firm had unfairly pressured Yahoo Japan Corp …
Toshiba rewards top Middle East and Africa partners
Toshiba Gulf’s top distributors and channel partners participated in a FIFA World Cup tour to Moscow, which was recently organised by the firm’s …
SoftBank Vision Fund to invest $1 billion in Chinese AI giant
SoftBank Group Corp’s Vision Fund is seeking to invest almost $1 billion in SenseTime Group Ltd, a Chinese facial recognition technology developer, Bloomberg reported.
Japanese cryptocurrency exchanges ordered to improve business
Japan’s financial regulator said on Friday it has ordered cryptocurrency exchanges including bitFlyer, one of the country’s biggest, to make …
AI system to provide UAE patients quicker access to neuro-therapists
Students and researchers at the United Arab Emirates University has developed a new artificial intelligence-powered technology enabling people easier and quicker access to neuro-therapists.