Technology vendor will spend S$10 million (US$7.03 million) over three years in a Smart Urban Solutions Lab to drive research and product development efforts in sustainable living.
In a bid to focus on its 'key growth drivers', Sony Corporation has scheduled a business structure shake-up, coupled with the creation of the new Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation, for April next year.
The South Korean giant is predicting an operating profit of approximately 7.3 trillion won for the third quarter of 2015, which will be its first quarter increase year-on-year since Q3 2013.
Suppliers from each of the 12 member states will be put on equal footing when applying for government procurement contracts under the TPP.
Taiwan's HTC has recorded a second quarter loss of NT$5.1 billion, attributing the shortfall to a 'weak' Android market.
Continued strong demand for TVs, tablets, and handsets will see a profit surge over the next two years, according to a Korean report.
After requesting a pass from the FCC back in June, the carrier finally has what it needs to offer Wi-Fi Calling on Apple's iPhone.
As Dell continues to roll out its 'transform, connect, inform, and protect' strategy, the company is striving to be recognised as an end to end solutions provider -- not just a PC provider.
The market for smart TVs will grow 'rapidly' as it increasingly becomes the platform of choice for gaming, according to a company executive.
General Electric Jeffrey Immelt pitched CIOs on the company's software ambitions, plans to recruit a few of them and using its industrial knowhow to take on the likes of IBM and other application giants.