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Samsung Electronics' Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong met with Patrick P Gelsinger, chief executive of chip-maker Intel in Seoul in order to address cooperation in the chip sector, Samsung officials mentioned. At the meeting, the leaders of the world......  more>>
About a quarter of the world's Internet users live in countries that are more susceptible than previously thought to targeted attacks on their Internet infrastructure, find researchers. ...  more>>
Google is in active discussions with government-backed Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) and is “exploring” ways to partner with the ambitious initiative, multiple people in the know of the matter, said. At present, talks are “exploratory........  more>>
With an aim to improve how work gets done at modern workplaces, software giants Adobe announced that they have joined hands with tech giant Microsoft. Through new advances in business processes and intelligent automation, Adobe mentioned it.. ...  more>>
Amazon Web Services expects that the demand for their cloud services to remain high in India, as the world is unlikely to go back to the pre-pandemic ways of working. “The pandemic was a bit of a trigger. I think the realisation that technology mat.....  more>>
Tata Communications on Wednesday has launched DIGO which is an in-network, cloud communications platform for digital businesses. “The platform offers a full suite of device-agnostic communications tools to seamlessly integrate into an enterprise.. ...  more>>
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday has inaugurated the country's first 5G testbed to enable startups and industry players to test and validate their products locally as well as reduce dependence on foreign facilities... ...  more>>
IBM is aiming to introduce a quantum computer with a 4,000 qubit processor by 2025 and put quantum computing to the real-world. The company shared its roadmap to build a modular architecture that enables quantum computers to have more qubits... ...  more>>
Global cellular internet of things (IoT) module shipments are likely to cross 1.2 billion units by 2030 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12 per cent, a new report has stated on Monday. 5G shipments is set to overtake 4G by 2028 to b... ...  more>>
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