U.S. cloud services company Vonage is partnering with social enterprise CTI Africa to pioneer video-linked healthcare in Uganda, where good hospitals and qualified medical personnel are scarce.
NASA on Thursday selected space firms SpaceX, Blue Origin and Dynetics to build lunar landing systems that can carry astronauts to the moon by 2024, the White House's accelerated deadline under the space agency's moon-to-Mars campaign.
U.S. electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc said in Friday it has cut the starting price for China-made Model 3 sedans by 10% to qualify for subsidies in the world's biggest auto market.
Amazon.com Inc on Thursday said it could post its first quarterly loss in five years because it is spending at least $4 billion in response to the coronavirus pandemic, including plans to test its workers for COVID-19, providing staff with protective gear and raising hourly wages.
U.S. hedge fund Elliott Management has further cut its stake in Italy's biggest phone group Telecom Italia (TIM), a regulatory filing showed, amid an ongoing portfolio rebalancing as COVID-19 rocks financial markets.
Reports of the demise of the digital advertising market due to the coronavirus outbreak appear exaggerated as the tech giants that dominate the online ads business, Google and Facebook, said this week they saw early signs that the worst could be over.
Leading privacy advocates in Britain have urged the government to prevent a soon-to-be launched COVID-19 contact tracing app from turning into a form of state surveillance.
Nokia has won a share of China Unicom's 5G core network order alongside Huawei and ZTE, Nokia's Chief Executive Rajeev Suri told Reuters in an interview, citing information published by the telecom operator.
The coronavirus is roiling global job markets, but the picture is not all gloomy. Finance, technology and consumer goods firms are hiring tens of thousands in the United States and other countries, according to data from Microsoft Corp's professional networking site LinkedIn.
Nokia Oyj on Thursday reported a 2% fall in first-quarter revenue that missed analysts' estimates, as it took a hit of about 200 million euros to its topline largely because the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted supply in China.