Hump day is here, and we have a nice, big cup of tech news to get you through it.
There was a lot going on with Microsoft last night, as the vendor. The portal contains apps and add-ons that can be used with Microsoft Office and SharePoint.
But overshadowing the launch was. Wang urged the vendor not to release its own Surface hardware, which would compete with long-time partners like Acer. This would force Acer to find another platform for its own tablets, he said.
Commentators said that this could.
Speaking of Macs, hundreds of Mac OS users have.
. Companies can buy, deploy and manage cloud services across multiple platforms using the hub. It also lets users compare products from a number of different vendors, including Amazon, Microsoft and VMware.
, as the enterprise software company recorded strong growth of its mobility and HANA in-memory product adoption in the country.
Another company looking at focusing its efforts in Asia is Software AG, Germany's second-largest IT vendor. It wants to.
Moving on to something a bit more fun, UK grocery chain Tesco has set up an "" at Gatwick Airport, which allows travellers to swipe items that they want to buy on a custom screen, with the items delivered on their way back home.
The virtual grocery store will be up and running for two weeks.