Cloudera has appointed former Hortonworks CEO and current board member Rob Bearden to the role of CEO. What does this appointment mean for Cloudera?
Facebook, no matter how hard they try to convince us, really doesn’t care about your privacy and it’s going to hurt Libra.
At NRF 2020, Samsung launched the XCover Pro mobile device. Partnering with Microsoft, the new device embeds Microsoft Teams pushing retail innovation.
Luxoft, a DXC Technology Company, and LG Electronics (LG) announced that they will form an automotive joint venture (JV) to advance the deployment of production-ready digital cockpit, in-vehicle infotainment, rear-seat entertainment (RSE) and ride-hailing systems based on the webOS Auto platform.
In 2019 Microsoft was awarded the massive DoD contract “JEDI,” winning over Amazon Web Services (AWS). What does this mean for both companies?
Wind energy is fueling growth in rural communities. wind farms bring huge economic benefits to towns across the country, like job creation, lease payments, and new tax revenues.
Rather than a linear map moving the customer from Point A to Point B, the digital customer journey map today looks more like elaborate pinball games.
At CES 2020 Samsung rolled out its new Galaxy Chromebook. Traditionally big for education and light consumer use, does this have commercial potential?
AI was both a big “winner” and a big “loser” at CES 2020 this week. A winner because just about every vendor’s messaging touted AI as a key feature, but there are a few key reasons that that trend could be troublesome—and brands should take note. My prediction is that AI, though it will remain a core solution capability in coming years, will be a less salient feature in next year’s vendor messaging surrounding CES. Instead, we’ll be immersed in 5G mania. Here’s more on that front.
AMD has made a few runs into mobile in the past, each ending badly. However, this time feels different as the company launches its new Mobile Chips.