Once, applications at the office, like workers at the office, were supposed to be 'professional'. Not anymore, says SAP's Sam Yen.
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Israeli startups will bring their creative inspiration to the tech giant's processors and chips, the company hopes.
With WakingApp's do-it-yourself augmented reality app creation platform and an Epson Moverio, things may soon look very different.
The German software company may be late to the IoT party, but it's targeting four key areas where it hopes it can make its presence felt.
Intel didn't 'throw in the towel' on Thunderbolt, says exec - in fact, the new standard will allow the platform to bloom as never before.
With years of experience in embedded chips, Freescale can profit from IoT, according to one of its execs.
If others have gotten the headlines in Internet of Things, it's not for her firm's lack of tech, says Intel's Europe head of IoT
Collecting data is one thing, using it right is something else: Microsoft's out to showcase how to turn data into information at its shindig this week in Israel.
The Watson Health Cloud - set to become an important component of Apple's health platform - is targeting medical care, IBM says.
With its acquisition of document security firm WatchDox, BlackBerry hopes to re-appeal to former customers who have moved on to other platforms.