US authorities have announced criminal charges against two former top Cognizant Technology Solutions executives for their roles in a bribery scheme in India.
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Samsung Electronics is pouring resources into its telecom network equipment business, aiming to capitalise on the security fears hobbling Huawei.
Technology that can generate realistic news stories from little more than a headline suggestion is poised to advance rapidly in the coming years.
Sequoia-backed Singaporean mobile services provider Circles.Life plans to invest more than $250 million to roll out services in over five countries.
Indonesian crypto-currency traders are complaining that the government's new rules on futures trading will hinder development of a growing market.
Software pirates have hijacked technology designed by Apple to distribute hacked versions of Spotify, Angry Birds, Pokemon Go and Minecraft.
Cisco has reported second-quarter revenue and profit above Wall Street estimates, benefiting from strong growth in its newer businesses.
IBM has announced that some of its Watson AI services will now work on rival cloud platforms as it seeks to win over customers with greater flexibility.
Symantec has acquired Israel's Luminate Security in an effort to boost its security systems for cloud computing.
Dell Technologies is exploring a sale of SecureWorks, a provider of cyber security services with a market value of close to US$2 billion.
IBM has developed technology to predict and monitor when and where trees and vegetation threaten power lines, which could help reduce outages.
Slack Technologies has confidentially applied with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to list shares publicly.
Apple has fixed a privacy flaw in its group video chat software and plans to improve how it handles reports of software bugs.
Intel has made interim CEO Robert Swan's role permanent, marking the first time the chipmaker has picked a leader who did not rise through the ranks.
The United States wants to steer people away from Huawei towards Western products because concerns over the security of the Chinese company's tech.