R3-IoT is undertaking the first round of fundraising to bring game-changing technology to market, giving businesses the opportunity to understand their operations where previously it wasn’t technologically feasible or economically viable.
It has been announced that the previously announced tariff on Chinese goods is postponed from September to December. It has a positive impact on the Dow Jones index.
AMD announced that Twitter and Google will be adopting the use of the Rome processor. This is a complete game-changer for Silicon Valley and speaks to AMD’s desire to take massive market share in the data center sector.
Huawei is in the process of creating its own proprietary operating system called Hongmeng. It is expected that they will release a 2,000-yuan (roughly $290) Hongmeng-powered phone in the fourth quarter.
Apple Inc purchased the majority of Intel Corp’s modem business in a deal valued at $1 billion. The acquisition means that Apple is now well on the way to producing its own 5G modems for its smartphones.
Blockchain consortium startup R3 is said to be considering an Initial Public Offerings (IPO). Sources familiar with the report reveals that R3 is in talks with an adviser over a potential public listing.
The Mexican Federal District Government Transport and Highway department of the state of Coahuila has tapped DeepCloud AI to establish a tamper-proof vehicle registration using the DeepCloud AI infrastructure.
As top fintech corporations around the globe strife to embed decentralized components into their core functionality, American multinational company Intel Corporation goes into a partnership agreement with blockchain solutions provider Hyperledger.
Target, the eighth largest retailer in the US, has been working on a blockchain-powered solution for supply chain management. The project called ConsenSource helps to verify whether products are sourced sustainably from certified factories.
US Commerce Department issued a temporary general license that lets Huawei buy US goods to maintain existing networks and continue providing wireless services. Google is reportedly set to reverse Huawei ban as well.