Microsoft plans to roll out a version of its cloud-based software that will be modified to suit the needs of healthcare organisations.
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Huawei, in its first official response to the Trump administration's move to curb its access to global chip supplies, called it "arbitrary" and said its business would be impacted.
New Zealand will launch a contact-tracing app to help people track their movements as the country eases one of the world's most rigid lockdowns designed to slow the spread of COVID-19.
China's foreign ministry has said the United States needed to stop the "unreasonable suppression" of Chinese companies like Huawei, and a Chinese newspaper has claimed the government was ready to retaliate against Washington.
BlueScope Steel has confirmed that a cyber "incident" at one of its US businesses disrupted some of its operations, but it did not elaborate on the cause.
Sony plans to make its cash-cow image sensors smarter to broaden their application, as the Japanese electronics maker seeks to reduce reliance on a saturated smartphone market.
Logitech reported a big jump in sales of computer products during its fourth quarter as more people worked from home and families turned to technology to keep in touch during the coronavirus crisis.
Ericsson plans to lift its forecast for 5G subscriptions globally to around 2.8 billion by 2025 from 2.6 billion seen previously as a consequence of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Google has asked employees to take a day off on May 22, to address work-from-home-related burnout during the coronavirus pandemic.
Zoom has ramped up its security efforts, purchasing secure messaging startup Keybase and striking a deal with the New York attorney general's office to protect users' privacy.
The US Department of Commerce is close to signing off on a new rule that would allow US companies to work with China's Huawei Technologies on setting standards for next generation 5G networks.
Samsung heir Jay Y. Lee has made a rare apology over controversial succession plans and said he will not hand over management rights to his children at the family-controlled conglomerate.
SAP has disclosed that some of its cloud products have not meet contractual or statutory security standards and said it would take remedial action to fix the problem as soon as possible.
Lenovo has launched a new server platform capable of handling heavy computing tasks inside data centers using chips from AMD.
ServiceNow and Adobe will make their software systems work together in an effort to improve apps used by customer service representatives.
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