Nokia drew a 500M euro R & D loan from the European Investment Bank on February 24.
Apple Inc. and Netflix have pulled out of the South by Southwest music amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Russian Sberbank partners with Huawei, the Chinese technology giant, to provide Russian and foreign users access to Sbercloud.
Amazon.com quietly brings warehouses to cities like Phoenix, Philadelphia, Dallas, and Orlando to update its same-day delivery program for shoppers.
Jeff Bezos’ beloved company, Amazon Prime, steps in the court this week against the European Union.
Chinese regulators removed the controversial Plague Inc from application stores in the country.
In a piece of technology news, coronavirus troubles apple's timeline for latest iPhone.
Intel declares that the Xeon Scalable is the “only CPU with AI built-in.”
MRN Resorts International is facing a new case that could potentially cost it billions of dollars.
Walmart's Flipkart has filed a legal challenge counter to an antitrust probe.
Netflix Inc. Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings has wrote a book founded on interviews with existing employees.
Technology companies are definitely not giving up on their patrons amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Indian lodging startup and SoftBank Group Corp. supported Oyo Hotels & Homes faced larger losses in the year to March 2019.
eBay announced it is officially out of the online ticket resale industry, to the tune of $4 billion.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp. expects weakness in first-quarter sales as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.