Thales acquires two cybersecurity companies
Thales announced that it had reached an agreement with Sonae Investment Management to buy two European cybersecurity firms, S21sec and Excellium, for 120 million euros ($125.32 million).
In a statement, Europe's largest armaments electronics company, which also develops civil aviation components... Read more
HPE will build a new HPC factory in the Czech Republic
HPE has announced a considerable investment in sovereign European computing: its first European plant, based in the Czech Republic and focused on producing next-generation HPE systems for HPC and AI applications, a week ahead of ISC High Performance 2022 (scheduled to be hosted in Hamburg, Germany)... Read more
Lenovo’s 16-inch ThinkPad P promises desktop-like performance
Lenovo has improved the performance of its P-series ThinkPad laptop workstations while reducing the diagonal screen size. With Intel's recently introduced 12th Gen mobile HX-series CPUs and a larger display, the Lenovo ThinkPad P16 seeks to appeal to professionals with high-performance mobile ... Read more
The new Microsoft ‘One Outlook’ has started rolling out to testers
In the Office Insiders Beta Channel, Microsoft has begun sending out the new Outlook for Windows client to testers, according to a new ZDNet report by Mary Jo Foley.
A week after the new "One Outlook"/Project Monarch client surfaced, Microsoft announced the release of the new Outlook for custome... Read more
Google and Apple want to remove apps older than 2 years from stores
Google and Apple recently announced plans to remove old applications from their respective app marketplaces. Both businesses agreed to delete any apps that had not been updated in two years last month.
In early April, Google revealed a two-year cutoff plan that would take effect in November, whi... Read more
Google will allow continued free use of G Suite legacy edition
When Google announced at the start of the year that it was terminating the usage of the G Suite legacy free edition — a program that enabled users to use Gmail, Drive, and other G Apps on a custom domain for free — it gave some customers the jitters.
Cut to mid-May, and users who opted ... Read more
‘NSO Group is keeping its owners in the dark’
According to experts testifying on behalf of the notorious business's owners, Israeli outfit NSO Group has stonewalled queries about whether it is acting lawfully.
Berkeley Analysis Group (BRG), the US consultant in charge of the personal equity fund that owns 70 percent of NSO Group last year, ... Read more
Apple staffers challenge the company’s return to office strategy
Apple's efforts to get its staff back to the office are running into opposition from a well-organized group of employees. At least one high-profile employee resigned due to the clash.
According to The Verge reporter Zoe Schiffer, Apple's director of machine learning will quit the business. The d... Read more
SK Telecom and Deutsche Telekom collaborate to bring metaverse to Europe
SK Telecom and Deutsche Telekom are working together to introduce the ifland metaverse to Europe and are considering forming a joint company to run the new service, according to SK Telecom.
On Thursday at the German telecommunication company's headquarters in Bonn, top executives from the corpor... Read more
Lenovo unveils the Slim 9i, the world’s first carbon-neutral laptop
Lenovo today unveiled the Slim 9i (branded as Yoga Slim 9i in some areas), the company's latest flagship that represents the company's commitment to sustainability and carbon neutrality. The Slim 9i is the first laptop in the world to be certified as carbon neutral, from the recycled materials used... Read more