Facebook has decided to rebrand Instagram and WhatsApp as “By Facebook” in order to push for app federation and to grow customer sentiment.
Last week Apple was flamed for contractors listening to anonymized user conversations on Siri. This week the company has wisely suspended the program in order to meet its privacy position.
Qualcomm earnings showed a mix bag as 5G’s big boom is still looming in the quarters ahead. Why the company is still poised for growth and a look at some of the ongoing legal and regulatory battles.
AMD Earnings showed a weaker than expected Q2 for the company as their stock continues to rise based on speculation, but will that continue?
If a CIO is going to lead digital transformation, then they need to have an understanding of the customer journey map. Here’s what they need to know.
Apple beat on earnings and revenue while barely growing and seeing iPhone sales continue to slide. What should we expect from Apple going forward?
Microsoft’s acquisition of BlueTalon will play an important role in enabling developers to quickly scale data governance, compliance and privacy initiatives.
Alibaba is moving into advanced technology and this week has launched its first core processor chip to help the company and China move forward in providing increased innovation and competition to the United States in the semiconductor space.
Whistleblowers have come out saying Apple has contractors listening to your conversations with Siri even when you don’t engage Siri. What does this mean for you and the industry? Is it time for more regulation?
Amazon Web Services (AWS) reported lower than expected growth at 37%. However, as AWS matures, their growth will decline and competition like Microsoft Azure will likely gain market share. However, AWS is doing a lot well, and should keep their eyes on the big picture.