GlobalFoundries announced the launch of GF Labs. GF Labs will focus on advancing new technology and long-term roadmap differentiation, says the company.
EBay is setting up shop in Los Angeles, starting Memorial Day. The store will sell sneakers at discounted prices, says the e-commerce company.
Stripe has released Data Pipeline for users running Amazon Redshift or Snowflake Data Cloud.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) will be building its first European factory for high performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) systems, says the company.
Teradata is opening a new office in Mexico City, the company said in a statement.
Cisco has released its Cloud Controls Framework (CCF) - a set of international and national security compliance and certification requirements, aggregated in one framework - to the public.
Microsoft has announced the general availability (GA) of the stand-alone version of Microsoft Defender for Business.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has opened a new head office in Toronto, Canada.
Nissan says it is developing a new driver-assistance technology, that utilizes highly accurate, real-time information about the vehicle’s surrounding environment for collision avoidance.
IBM has announced the company's new Security Command Center, in India, as part of what the company says is a multimillion dollar investment in its cybersecurity resources across the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.
Intel says it is investing $20 billion in the construction of two new chip factories in Ohio.
Qualcomm has announced the commercial availability of the Snapdragon Developer Kit for Windows on Snapdragon PCs.
A team of collaborators from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Google, Snowflake, and Ververica have tested a computing concept that could help speed up real-time processing of data that stream on mobile and other electronic devices.
Nokia has launched a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering for communication service providers (CSPs) in the areas of analytics, security, and data management.
IBM announced its new 127-quantum bit (qubit) 'Eagle' processor for quantum computing on Tuesday.