Having been pummelled by criticism over data privacy for the past year, Facebook this month announced plans for a new “privacy-focused platform.”
Chip maker Nvidia has agreed to buy Israeli firm Mellanox Technologies for $6.8 billion as part of a strategy to double down on AI and data centres.
Given the inherent cybersecurity risks of software, and the growing ubiquity of software in everyday objects, trust has become a crucial corporate asset.
Mobile operators and others in the telecoms industry must strike a balance between ensuring network security and spurring network innovation.
Well on its way to new territories beyond the gaming market, U.S. chipmaker Nvidia suffered a double-digit dive last quarter after a year of highs.
Mexico’s government sees state-owned fintech as a means of financial inclusion and a way out of poverty for millions of Mexicans. Can it work?
The convergence of auto and tech is changing big automotive industry events as mobility technologies increasingly share the limelight with cars.
As Intel’s interim CEO takes over as its new CEO, it will need new strategies to tackle ongoing issues of manufacturing, innovation and competition.
Boyden's Guy Herbertson shares insights on disruptive innovation in the aerospace industry from Gary Elliot, CEO of the Aerospace Technology Institute.