Chinese internet giant plans to launch an internet data centre in Bahrain by year-end, marking its first facility in the Middle East and North Africa region, where it says is seeing strong growth opportunities.
Internet giant Baidu said it will raise around HK$23.94 billion ($3.08 billion) in its upcoming secondary listing in Hong Kong at HK$252 per share.
Huawei Technologies Co's decision to charge royalty fees for the use of its 5G technologies in smartphones will help the Chinese tech company continue its heavy spending on research and development, and enable it to better cope with the challenges arising from the US government restrictions, experts said on Wednesday.
OCBC Bank enables customers to use their face as verification at eight ATMs across the country, bypassing the need for ATM cards, but access currently is limited to balance enquiries with cash withdrawals to be added at a later stage.
Nokia plans to cut up to 10,000 jobs and take the savings to invest in its 5G networking business.
Telstra has teamed up with the Queensland government and the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) to run an Internet of Things (IoT) pilot program to help local farmers gain access to more accurate weather forecasts so they can manage the effects of weather and climate change on their farms.
Microsoft is joining with AMD to make some new Azure cloud-related announcements around AMD's latest Epyc chip.
China's 5G mobile phone shipments surpassed 15.07 million in February, People's Daily reported on Monday.
China's big data market will continue to expand in the coming years, driven by the country's economic development and digital transformation, an industry report shows.
A US federal court has temporarily blocked the Department of Defense from placing restrictions on the ability for domestic companies to invest in Xiaomi.
Internet giant Baidu Inc has moved a step closer to a secondary listing of its shares in Hong Kong after completing the necessary listing hearings at the city's bourse, experts said.
LG Electronics and Luxoft, a subsidiary of DXC Technology, on Thursday announced the launch of their joint venture called Alluto, which will offer connected car solutions based on the webOS Auto platform.
Huawei, MTN launch secure payment solution in South Africa