Meanwhile Marc Benioff doesn't even know where his computer is anymore as he's running Salesforce from the palm of his hand.
Over 1 million premises are once again on the lowest speed tier available on the NBN.
Known for its humanoid robot Pepper, SoftBank Robotics now introduces Whiz, an automated commercial vacuum service. Pricing starts at $499 per month.
Qualcomm also outlined how it will target adjacent market as 5G expands globally. IoT, compute, edge computing and cloud are key markets to Qualcomm.
GitHub will take a snapshot of all public code repositories, save it on film, and archive it in an old Norwegian mine.
Microsoft is privately testing new semantic search capabilities inside Microsoft Search. Early next year, this 'Project Turing' set of capabilities will be available in public preview, with general availability targeted for later in 2020.
ZDNet's Daphne Leprince-Ringuet explains that, in the US, 26,000 active companies were founded by former MIT graduates. To compete, universities in the UK need to provide better support to their research labs.
An Ultimaker survey highlights additive manufacturing momentum as Stratasys, 3D Systems, Markedforged, Desktop Metal and ExOne outline systems at Formnext.
Before you hit the road for business travel or to head home for the holidays, be sure to pack the accessories you'll need to stay powered up, productive, and entertained.
On a visit to a Verizon store, Chris Matyszczyk wondered who bought Pixels. The unhappy, it seems.
Together, they'll support Unified Patents' Open Source Zone. This move will deter patent trolls from suing for fear they'll find their patents annulled.