The advent of 5G will enable big innovations for in-game sports betting and virtual reality.
New privacy features will enable Apple to differentiate its product offering from rival Google.
US automaker Rivian could eventually outperform Tesla as a manufacturer of electric vehicles after Amazon placed an order for 100,000 electric vans to deliver goods to consumers.
Apple unveiled its iPhone 11, Pro and Pro Max at a keynote event recently.
The video-sharing platform has effectively backed the ad-supported business model by putting its most successful original show, Cobra Kai, in front of the paywall. YouTube announced the move weeks ago, as new subscription services set to launch by Disney and Apple will make competition unbearable in an already saturated market.
Lesson Nine GmbH, the company behind the Babbel language app, is expanding into travel bookings, diversifying its product offering to language learners.
A dispute over the 2018 conclusion to a South Korean court case that resulted in Japanese company Mitsubishi being ordered to pay reparations for wartime forced labour has provoked a reaction from the Japanese government in the form of trade restrictions.
Bose’s venture into the wearable tech market marks an ambitious move for the US-based company, but success may see the company become a takeover target.
A flurry of language-processing products has created the false impression of major advancements in ‘conversational’ AI.
After several run-ins between Telsa and its battery supplier Panasonic about production setbacks of the Model 3 electric vehicle (EV), the California-based carmaker is looking to develop its own batteries.
Use of facial-recognition software in UK police trials has boosted the profile of one of its suppliers, the NEC Corporation, but substantial threats to the technology’s long-term sales growth remain.
The US-China trade war and the Trump administration ban on Chinese telecom company and phone maker Huawei may help unlock the merger between T-Mobile and Sprint in the US.
Rising US tech star Slack has opted to go public in a direct offering on the NYSE that might protect it from the perils of Wall Street.
The new model, a variant of the XC90 SUV, will work with an Uber developed autonomous driving system.
Ballooning costs associated with the purchase of an expensive 5G spectrum in Europe have pushed up Vodafone’s swelling debt.
The ongoing US-China trade war has added to the woes faced by Apple beyond competing against Samsung and insurgent Chinese makers in an increasingly competitive market.
California-based Alphabet – of which Google is a part – reported a profit in the first three months of 2019 that sagged under the weight of a hefty antitrust fine by the European Commission (EC).
Facebook’s revenues have increased by more than a quarter in the last three months, according to its latest report.
Streaming giant Netflix has had a strong start to the year following the announcement of its Q1 results.
A decision by the US divorce courts to award MacKenzie Bezos a record settlement is unlikely to damage Amazon’s financial prospects.
Despite being one of the smallest markets in the Americas, the Nicaraguan telecoms and pay-TV market holds great growth potential particularly in the mobile and fixed data segments.
Pinterest has shied away from identifying itself as a social network and yet has identified social media platforms as competitors.
The latest Tesla release completes a childish S3XY naming convention, but a lack of quirky features may signal that the company is refocusing on profitability.
Over the last year, Argentina’s economy has weathered endless economic and political storms, but e-commerce has defied all expectations.
Regulators must take action and ban loot boxes as the only use they serve is to boost game company revenues at the expense of gamers.
Google has been dominant in the European search engine market for two decades – Qwant is now attempting to disrupt that.
IBM has unveiled a standalone commercially viable quantum computer in an effort to reinvigorate its brand reputation and drag its share price out of the doldrums.
After a share price all time high of $275.49 during October 2018, Adobe has had a rocky end to the year, but the company will come back fighting in 2019.
Reform of UK gig economy employment regulations mean business costs for leading players will remain under control.
Chinese retail sales have reached a 10-year low following imposition of US tariffs, signaling harder times ahead for major players.