Oracle said its net income fell 3 percent to $2.5 billion, or 56 cents per share, in the quarter...
Results from Microsoft's first quarterly earnings release under new CEO Satya Nadella offered...
Cisco Monday announced plans to invest over $1 billion over the next two years in a global cloud...
In this episode of MBT's Manufacturing Newswire, MBT discusses the latest on new manufacturing hubs, as well as a partnership for batteries. We'll also talk about the near-perfect supercar, IBM's Watson super computer moving to mobile, and a look at the AllSee gesture technology.
The company Wednesday launched the IBM Watson Mobile Developer Challenge, which seeks to facillitate the creation of mobile consumer and business apps powered by Watson. Virginia Rometty, CEO of IBM, made the announcement during a keynote at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Armor5 CEO Suresh Balasubramanian said that the SoftBank partnership means that Zero-Touch will be rolled out to SoftBank’s regional carriers throughout the Asia-Pacific area and will eventually make its way to the U.S. on Sprint. But Armor5 is currently working on partnering up with other U.S. s ervice providers.
A day after issuing promising second quarter results, software giant Oracle announced it is acquiring cloud software company Responsys for $1.5 billion. Oracle’s deal for Responsys represents $27 per share, which Reuters points out is at a 38 percent premium to the company’s closing price on Thursday.
Mobile operators everywhere are at a crossroad. With their advantages of mobility slipping away, it’s time for mobile operators to identify the next generation of business opportunities that they are uniquely qualified to pursue. It’s time for operators to look to the cloud.
4K video is barging its way into mobile devices regardless if their owners have any use for it. Acer has already claimed to be the first with a 4K-ready smartphone when it announced its Liquid S2 6-inch phablet. The much more anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 3 followed with a 4K sensor but it can’t actually play back the 4K videos at full-size. But that’s just one of the early limitations in the new mobile 4K world.