OpenText will buy cloud security company Carbonite for nearly US$800 million in cash, the companies have revealed.
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The tool is meant to help companies build out systems that analyze large amounts of data to make better business decisions, such as whether a digital marketing campaign is driving more traffic to stores and websites.
Google will buy Fitbit Inc for US$2.1 billion, as the biggest Web search company looks to take on Apple and Samsung in the crowded market for fitness trackers and smart watches.
Samsung Electronics has warned of a smaller mobile business profit as its rival Apple gave a positive iPhone sales outlook.
Cyber security vendor FireEye has raised its annual revenue guidance and forecast fourth-quarter revenue above analysts' estimates, helped by a rise in cloud subscriptions.
Microsoft said it has tracked 'significant' cyber attacks coming from a group it calls "Strontium" or "Fancy Bear" against anti-doping authorities and global sporting organisations.
Google parent Alphabet reported quarterly results that show costs continue to rise faster than revenue as the web search leader seeks to broaden its business
The Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure Cloud (JEDI) contract is part of a broader digital modernization of the Pentagon meant to make it more technologically agile.
Google claims to have achieved a breakthrough in computing research by using a quantum computer to solve in minutes a complex problem that would take today's most powerful supercomputer thousands of years to crack.
Microsoft's Azure cloud business showed slower quarterly growth even as the software maker topped estimates for profit and revenue, indicating that the company may be facing intense competition.
Blacklisted Chinese telecoms equipment giant Huawei is in early-stage talks with some U.S. telecoms companies about licensing its 5G network technology to them, a Huawei executive told Reuters on Friday.
A cloud startup founded by a group of four ex-Cisco engineers has raised US$278 million to fund products that aim to help the data centres of customers like investment banks function more like those of cloud computing providers.
Private equity firm Apollo Global Management has approached Tech Data with an offer to acquire the company for US$5 billion, people familiar with the matter have said.
Google has unveiled new Pixel smartphones with higher quality cameras, a radar sensor to track hand gestures and faster virtual assistant, but the devices had no surprise features to set them apart from rivals and nix concerns about price.
The United States may soon issue licences allowing some US companies to supply non-sensitive goods to China's Huawei, reports indicate.