As it was expected, today, on September 19, Huawei has officially introduced its Mate 30 series. The launched Mate 30 Pro and Mate 30 do not have any preinstalled Google’s services.
Social media giant, Facebook, has partnered with Luxottica, the parent company of Ray-Ban, to create smart Augmented Reality (AR) glasses.
Plaid revealed that Mastercard and Visa have strategic investments made during a series C funding last December. While this raises prospects for greater innovation in the financial ecosystem, do we want another tech giant with access to too much data?
Google will be shutting down the Google Express shopping platform and merging it with the new Google Shopping. After about 6 years, the platform has failed to properly plant its flag in the online shopping sector.
Five of the biggest stocks in the market, FAANG, aren’t performing as well as they used to and expectations by market analysts seem to be lowering consistently. Are the glory days officially over and can FAANG really be replaced?
While there is no concrete plan to make any specific crypto moves, an Apple Pay executive has just confirmed that the company is paying attention to the sector. Hopefully and at some point, Apple Pay will support cryptocurrency.
Backed by Google and Virgin’s Richard Branson, Blockchain.com is looking to raise $50 million as it plans to begin investing in startups. Blockchain which is already one of the most widely used wallet services, is interested in equity and crypto coins.
Android 10 is now rolling out to Pixel phones and it introduces dark mode, new accessibility features, battery saving features and improved notifications. However, it can’t be expected to be seen on non-Pixel phone soon.
Recently, Huawei announced that their new flagship phone line – Mate 30, will be launched on September 19, in Munich, Germany. The tagline for this launch event is “Rethink Possibilities”.
OneLedger announced a partnership with the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) who will provide cloud computing services that facilitate an on-demand environment for developing software applications.