As Oracle looks to grow its cloud ERP business with new and existing customers, it's expanding its partnership with Syntax
The next couple of years of rulemaking will impact the drone sector potentially for generations. It's a good time for developers to get collaborative.
Hong Kong-based companies plan to develop digital social influencers in a bid to grab opportunities in a market where these virtual characters increasingly are used for commercial purposes, including livestreaming, brand endorsement, and marketing campaigns.
Microblogging platform plans to double its engineering staff at its Singapore facility to 100 next year, with roles in data science, machine learning, and product management.
A new platform for analysing corporate disclosures is being developed to make it easier to detect when listed companies have bad disclosure practices.
Consultation for the telecommunications CDR rules and standards will commence shortly.
Foreign professionals working remotely will be granted one-year visas; the association points to a risk of a "virtual brain drain" of local tech experts.
In its first financial report since spinning off its managed services business Kyndryl, IBM delivered results that were better than expected.
Ultimately, the company formerly known as Facebook wants the AI Research SuperCluster system to help it develop AI to power the metaverse.
Microsoft and FedEx reveal more about their partnership around analytics, supply-chain and logistics management and specifically how Dynamics 365 will play a role.
Databricks, the champion of data lakehouse technology and its open storage format underpinnings, announced it set a world record for a data warehouse performance benchmark.
A year and a half in, there is a critical mass of Viya embedded inside Azure analytics, and existing SAS customers are starting to buy in. By "hiding in plain sight," could Azure make SAS cool again with a new generation of customers?