Hitachi Vantara this week announced that it intends to acquire Waterline Data, a company that uses machine learning to power intelligent data cataloguing.
Leading open banking startup Tink has announced that it has closed a €90m investment found that will enable it to further expand across Europe.
Automotive giants Hyundai and Kia have announced they are investing €100m in UK electric car manufacturer Arrival.
Yesterday Google published a blog post announcing its acquisition of Pointy, a startup based in Dublin, Ireland, that lets brick-and-mortar stores make their products discoverable online.
Venture capital investments in UK-based tech startups reached record levels in 2019, netting firms a combined £10.1bn.
Almost half of UK and US firms predict that their respective country will experience a recession this year.
Startup Jolt has today announced that it has raised $14.1m in a Series A funding round to further its efforts to disrupt higher education.
LG Electronics has announced a strategic partnership with Element AI in order to advance artificial intelligence (AI) tools for the enterprise space.
Autonomous vehicles received the largest percentage of private artificial intelligence (AI) investment for 2018 and 2019.
Startup Tines has announced that it has raised $11m in Series A funding to further its efforts in the cybersecurity automation space.
Madrid-based cybersecurity startup buguroo has raised $11m in a Series A funding round, enabling it to expand its deep learning-based tools and expand its products to new markets.
Product visualisation software platform Threekit has announced that it has raised $20m in a Series A funding round to expand its augmented reality and 3D services for brands.
Total technology industry M&A deals worth $82.77bn were announced in the second quarter of 2019, according to GlobalData.
Google owner Alphabet has signed an agreement to acquire Fitbit in a deal that values the wearables firm at $2.1bn.
UK aviation security firm Zamna has raised $5m in its latest funding round for its blockchain-powered passenger verification platform.
Volocopter, one of the key contenders in the emerging urban air mobility industry, has drawn investment from automotive memory supplier Micron Technology as part of its Series C funding round.
Leading plastic additive manufacturing provider Forecast 3D has been acquired by GKN Powder Metallurgy, the largest producer of metal power and parts in the world.
Winnow, a startup using artificial intelligence (AI) to cut waste in the food services industry, has announced that is has raised $20m funding in the last month, in part through a series B funding round.
Artificial intelligence-based grammar and spell-checking tool Grammarly has closed a $90m funding round, taking the startup’s value to more than $1bn.
Aerospace giant Boeing has announced that it is investing $20m in Virgin Galactic to “broaden commercial space access and transform global travel technologies”.
Verisart, a startup applying blockchain to the arts and collectibles industry, has announced that it has raised $2.5m in a seed funding round.
Canadian biotechnology startup AmacaThera has closed $3.6m seed financing round to help it commercialise its proprietary technology to improve drug delivery.
US-based data science startup Saturn Cloud has secured $4m funding just weeks after incorporating.
Blockchain startup Everledger has secured $20m in a Series A funding round led by Chinese technology conglomerate Tencent.
Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group is among a group of creditors that have handed $500m in loans to car leasing app Fair, as the startup seeks to rapidly scale its partnership with ride-hailing giant Uber.
Element AI, a developer of enterprise-targeted artificial intelligence products, has announced that is has raised CAD $200m (£123m) in a Series B financing round.
Dapper Labs, the company behind blockchain game CryptoKitties, has announced that it has received $11m in funding to launch Flow, a blockchain designed to enable the entertainment industry to launch decentralised applications at scale.
Healthy.io, a company turning smartphone cameras into clinical-grade medical devices to detect chronic kidney disease, has announced that it has raised $60m in Series C funding to roll out the product around the world.