The Trump administration plans to finalise regulations this week that will bar the US. government from buying goods or services from any company that uses products from five Chinese companies including Huawei, Hikvision and Dahua.
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SAP said on Wednesday its business activity gradually improved in the second quarter from the effects of a global lockdown.
Samsung said on Tuesday second-quarter operating profit likely rose 23 per cent, beating analysts' estimates.
For Chinese cloud services companies, the coronavirus outbreak has become a rainmaker, bringing in new business far and wide.
Zoom has added over 100 features to its video conferencing as part of its 90-day plan to address security and privacy concerns.
Apple, currently the target of EU antitrust investigations into key segments of its business, has rejected accusations of market dominance, saying it competes with Google, Samsung and other rivals.
Sony's image sensor business plans to sell software by subscription for data-analysing sensors in situ.
New bookings grew 4 per cent to US$11 billion in the third quarter ended May 31, with digital, cloud and security-related services accounting for about 70 per cent of them.
Apple has acquired Fleetsmith, a San Francisco-based startup company whose technology helps businesses manage Apple's Mac and iPad devices among their employee bases.
GoDaddy has announced a restructuring plan that will affect about 12 per cent of its total workforce, or about 814 employees, due to the fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
Zoom Video Communications has named former Salesforce.com Inc security executive Jason Lee as its chief information security officer.
Google has said it will automatically delete some location history after 18 months for new users and make it easier for everyone to access its search, Maps and YouTube apps without being tracked.
Finnish telecoms equipment maker Nokia plans to cut 1,233 jobs at its French subsidiary Alcatel-Lucent International, equivalent to a third of the unit's workforce, the group has said.
Apple has said it will switch to its own chips for its Mac computers, saying the first machines will ship this year and ending a nearly 15-year reliance on Intel Corp to supply processors for its flagship laptops and desktop.
More than 1,600 workers at Alphabet Inc are petitioning its Google unit to stop selling email and other services to police departments, a source familiar with the matter said.
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