Technology companies that control their own ecosystem can become their own private watchdogs, raising questions about whether they play fair, said Margrethe Vestager, the EU's incoming digital affairs czar.
Bank of America's CEO Brian Moynihan updated analysts on the North-Carolina-based company's decision to move deeper into the cloud.
Infineon’s radar chip can track minute motions of the human hand in real time, see through non-metallic objects, and measure distances and speed.
Instead of adding multiple cameras with complicated optics to its phones, Google has opted for a single extra lens that relies on AI and processing to fill in the quality gap.
The debate underscored that support for a tougher approach to dealing with big technology companies goes beyond Senator Elizabeth Warren, who has called for breaking up Facebook, Google and Amazon.
At the first All Things Open event since Red Hat became a wholly owned IBM subsidiary, the company debuted an Open Source Community Grant that mixes cash and access to the IBM cloud.
At an event Tuesday, the search giant showed off the Nest Home Mini speaker and Nest WiFi, a redesigned version of the Google WiFi home router system.
Google is hoping the new AI-heavy 5.7-inch Pixel 4 and 6.3-inch Pixel 4 XL will get its high-end Pixel phones out of their rut and help them better compete with the iPhone.
The star attraction of this product line is its wide-angle video camera, which can automatically follow a person and zoom in on them as they move around a room during a chat.