Adding one more tool to the Internet of Things (IoT), Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced the launch of 'Amazon IoT,' a new service from the online retailer.
The five-years patent lawsuit battle between Microsoft and Google had finally come to an end after both companies agreed to drop the lawsuit for an undisclosed amount. The announcement was made by in a joint statement from the two companies.
Just a few weeks after releasing the latest iOS update the iOS 9, Apple released an upgrade to the latest Mac operating system, the OS X El Capitan. The latest upgrade contains many new feature that users have been waiting for including an important security update since cyber-attack is on the rise lately.
As part of its new strategy, Microsoft Corporation will announce quarterly results under the three new headers based on operating a segment-wise business. The global software major has devised a rearranging system for financial results by restructuring business into three operating segments.
IBM is bringing its supercomputer, Watson, to Silicon Valley. The tech giant will open in San Francisco, California an innovation center for Watson, known for defeating human rivals on the TV quiz show, Jeopardy, in 2011.
Photoshop maker Adobe System Inc's quarterly revenue jumped 21 percent, thanks to the better-than-expected increasing number of subscribers to its Creative Cloud software suite. Reuters wrote that Adobe's net income increased to $174.5 million, which is 34 cents per share in the end of the third quarter on August 28. Last year, on the same period, that number was only $44.7, or 9 cents per share. Meanwhile, its revenue went up to $1.22 billion from $1.01 billion.
New versions of Microsoft Office apps are out. Subscribers to Microsoft's cloud-based subscription service Office 365 may now download the new apps, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Updated versions of Outlook, OneNote, Project, Visio, and Access are also available.
American global conglomerate General Electric (GE) has floated a new unit 'GE Digital' to position itself a leader in Industrial Internet of Things. The newly created unit GE Digital will integrate GE software center, knowledge of its global IT teams and industrial security expertise of Wurldtech. Bill Ruh has been appointed as Chief Digital Officer to lead the GE Digital. GE Digital aims to be among global top-10 software companies by 2020.
Microsoft sent invitations for a press event on October 6 to be held in New York City. It is more likely that the software company will introduce new devices for Windows 10 ecosystem. After its press launch in Germany, Microsoft is ready to unveil its newest set of devices. According to the reports, the event will start at 10 am ET. Lumia smartphones, Surface Pro 4 tablet and Microsoft Band 2 activity tracker will be highlighted on October 6.
General Electric Co. puts together a digital unit to catapult itself to the top of the world of software. The unit will comprise of GE's Silicon Valley software center, its global IT and commercial software teams, and its industrial security operations.
Apple's collaboration with various tech companies to penetrate the once Windows-dominated IT industry proves that Apple is truly a key player in this enterprise.
Qualcomm has revolutionized the drones and now aims to be the go-to chipmaker for this technology with its latest Snapdragon Flight. Drones may have its legal issues, but it has come a long way as a consumer technology. Drones are now convenient, easy to use, and look slicker. Now, Qualcomm plans to take it up a notch with their new Snapdragon Flight, which runs with the processor that power most prominent smartphones in the world.
Three PC makers, Lenovo, HP and Dell will consolidate in the PC market, says Michael Dell on a press briefing in Bengaluru, India Michael Dell, Dell Inc. CEO, told Reuters he predicts there would be consolidation among three PC makers in the market. These are Dell, HP and Lenovo. These three PC manufacturing companies will take over 80% of the market in a few years.
City watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority wasted £3.2 million of taxpayers' money on a deal with Oracle for software that was never used. FCA officials admitted that the agency only required £1 million for a software they needed. But according to reports from This Is Money, the FCA paid a total of £4.2 million for a deal with San Francisco-based tech giant Oracle.
HANA Vora software, the just-launched database query tool from SAP AG, has been developed to enable users to make a sense of a deluge of real-world data emerging from several transactions including retailing, transport systems, social media, online transactions, etc.
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