UK court rules Lenovo must pay InterDigital €130 mln for licensing
London court rules that China-based Lenovo must pay to use US company's telecoms patents.
InterDigital this week announced that the UK’s High Court handed down its judgment in the company’s licensing dispute with Lenovo.
Delaware-based InterDigital is a mobile and video technology researc... Read more
Bechtle acquires UK-based MSP ACS Systems
The addition of the managed service provider will support Bechtle's growth strategy in the UK.
Bechtle announced the acquisition of UK-based ACS Systems, an MSP that focuses on cybersecurity, managed IT and cloud services. The move builds on an existing relationship between the two companies. In... Read more
United Internet looks to sell off its giant email businesses
The company hopes to gain €1.5 billion from the sale.
United Internet is looking to sell two of Germany's top email providers, GMX and Web.de, for around €1.5 billion ($1.52 billion), according to a report in Reuters. With approximately 67 million accounts, United Internet AG is a 'leading E... Read more
Shopify cuts 10 percent of workforce as online shopping slows
The post-pandemic slowdown in online shopping forced the tech giant to slash jobs.
This week Reuters reported that Canada's Shopify is laying off 10 percent of its workforce as the e-commerce company struggles with slowing growth due to a pullback in online shopping. The move comes after the com... Read more
Google slows down its hiring
Google has told employees that it’ll be “slowing down the pace of hiring for the rest of the year,” according to an internal memo Tuesday by CEO Sundar Pichai obtained by The Verge.
"Because of the hiring progress achieved so far this year, we'll be slowing the pace of hiring for the rest ... Read more
Intel seeks to recoup €593 million euros in interest from EU
After winning an appeal on an antitrust fine, Intel wants payback.
US chipmaker Intel filed a claim for €593 million euros ($624 million) in interest from the European Commission, according to reporting in Reuters. The claim comes five months after the company convinced Europe's second-top co... Read more
Oracle has to finally pay HPE the $3 billion it owes them
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected Oracle's final appeal.
The US Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear Oracle's appeal to overturn a ruling ordering the IT giant to pay $3 billion in damages for violating a decades-old contract agreement.
As reported in The Register, the story goes back to J... Read more
Lobby groups call for increased US-EU cooperation on tech research
Industry groups on both sides of the Atlantic call for closer regulatory alignment for emerging technologies and coordinated protection from China
American and European business lobby groups have urged the US and EU to support research collaboration on key emerging technologies such as artificia... Read more
European cloud CRM market projected to grow 6.5% annually
The impressive growth rate is forecast to cover the next five years.
An new report shows that the European cloud CRM market is expected to reach USD 16.61 billion by 2027. This equates to a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 6.5% over the period of 2022-2027.
Such is the conclusion of a ne... Read more
Cloud skills shortage hits 70 percent of IT companies
A new survey by Cloudreach and AWS sheds light on the challenges of cloud adoption. 70 percent of surveyed IT leaders are concerned with a shortage of cloud skills.
Cloudreach released new data highlighting the latest cloud technology trends. More than 70 percent of surveyed IT leaders internati... Read more