SAP has reported a profit after tax of €1.93bn for the fourth quarter of 2020, an 18% increase compared to a profit after tax of €1.63bn made in
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched a phase 1 merger inquiry into Facebook’s previously closed acquisition of Giphy over competition concerns. The British competition regulator
IBM has added new capabilities to IBM TRIRIGA, the company’s integrated workplace management system, for supporting return to work for organisations with space planning powered by artificial intelligence
Google is reportedly reviving its plans of launching its own news platform in Australia in the coming few days in the form of its previously announced Google News
SAP has launched a new business transformation service, RISE with SAP, to help organisations transform into intelligent enterprises. According to the German firm, RISE with SAP provides customers
Telecommunications company AT&T has been sued for at least $1.35bn by Network Apps on allegations that it had stolen its patented twinning technology designed for synchronising smart devices.
Social networking giant Twitter has acquired Revue, an editorial newsletter tool for writers and publishers. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Revue’s tool is said
SAP and Microsoft revealed plans to integrate the latter’s business communication platform Microsoft Teams with the former’s intelligent suite of solutions. The firms have also formally expanded their
GigCapital2, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) sponsored by investment group GigCapital Global, has raised $285m in conjunction for its previously announced mergers with UpHealth and Cloudbreak Health.
Google has threatened to block its search engine services to Australians if the government moved ahead in making a law that would make it pay media companies for