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Stockholm, Sweden-based Neonode and Japan Aerospace have signed a value-added reseller agreement.
Parallels has launched Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise.
Manufacturers leverage supply chain practices developed in response to COVID-19: University of Warwick
A survey by researchers at WMG, University of Warwick, saw 249 mid to large manufacturers from food and beverage to automotive, and pharmaceuticals to electronics equipment industries respond about their supply chain resilience in the current state, and future potential.
IBM Services and Burger King Brazil have teamed up to create a virtual assistant, based on IBM Watson Assistant, named TOP (Technology Orienting People).
Blue Hat, a producer, developer and operator of augmented reality interactive content in China, says the company has signed agreements with six kindergartens in Xiamen.
Square, the payments company with Jack Dorsey at the helm, has purchased approximately 4,709 bitcoins at an aggregate purchase price of $50 million.
Optoelectronics and optics company Zeiss and Microsoft have inked a multi-year strategic partnership.
Bank of Thailand (BOT), Thailand's central bank, has launched a blockchain-based platform for government savings bonds, issuing a total of $1.6 billion.
IBM says it will separate its Managed Infrastructure Services unit of its Global Technology Services division into a new public company; thus splitting the company into two separate entitities.
Salesforce announced its second Impact Fund from Salesforce Ventures, the company's global strategic investment arm.
Zayo has entered into an agreement to sell zColo, including certain U.S. and European data center assets, to DataBank.
Microsoft on Monday announced plans to acquire ZeniMax Media, the parent company of Bethesda Softworks, for $7.5 billion in cash.
Google has launched a work tracking, task management, and automation tool tool called Tables.
T-Mobile is launching new Magenta for Business plans with Microsoft 365, included at no extra charge on up to two lines per account.