Amazon Web Services and the German Bundesliga will debut the first two Bundesliga Match Facts powered by AWS during tonight’s highlight match at 18:30 CET featuring Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayern Muenchen.
Logitech G has launched the Logitech G915 TKL Tenkeyless LIGHTSPEED Wireless RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, offering the same core technologies and experience of the award-winning G915.
EADfix, a Ghana-based tech platform, connects customers with verified service providers across different industries as it seeks to meet the growing demand for convenience, reliability and speed.
Dentsu Aegis Network (DAN) has launched a new online curriculum for schools, delivered through its flagship schools programme, The Code.
Global youth media company Vice has announced a new partnership with Abu Dhabi Media Office (ADMO) that will see the two organizations launch a digital content platform targeting Arab youth.
Digital agency Dept has won two awards for creating a new CMS and motion design in the latest Webby awards.
Amsterdam-based artificial intelligence startup Lalaland has won the 15th edition of the Philips Innovation Award 2020 that included a cheque worth €50,000.
Ablestate, a Ugandan startup works with businesses to point them to the right software developers while offering digital training to institutions of higher learning.
Fat Finger Technologies in South Africa offers an array of Information Technology services and solutions ranging from simple office networks to full cloud-hosted solutions to public facing networks.
Razia Adam is the founder and CEO of Lwandle RNS Holdings, a South African mining startup that has since 2015 been providing industry players digitization processes and systems.
Nokia says it has achieved the world’s fastest 5G speeds in its Over-the-Air (OTA) network in Dallas, Texas.
Microsoft has partnered with FedEx in a move that seeks to tap into the digital and logistics network of FedEx and the Microsoft’s intelligent cloud.
Coca-Cola has partnered with live streaming platform #BeApp to offer artists across the world a chance to livestream their performances as corona crisis takes a toll on concerts and festivals.
Samsung Electronics have pledged support to five startups that were created by Samsung employees as part of the company’s C-Lab Inside in-house incubation program.
Sony Corporation has announced that it is set to release two models of intelligent vision sensors, the first of their kind globally to be equipped with Artificial Intelligence processing functionality.
Dutch e-bike tech scale-up VanMoof, has raised approximately $13.5 million from Europe’ top venture capital firms Balderton Capital and assembly partner SINBON Electronics.
SpotX has inked a deal with US free ad supported streaming platform Pluto in an arrangement that will see SpotX assist Pluto TV power the video monetization of its content.
The 2020 global spending on IT is poised to stand at $3.4 trillion, an eight per cent drop compared to 2019.
Google Cloud and software solutions company Splunk Inc have entered into an agreement as the two companies look at assisting organizations and customers unlock the value of their data.
The subject of quantifying digital ad viewability has received new insights from a new study conducted by MAGNA and IPG Media Lab.
TikTok is working on a new advertising model that will give advertisers the option of using call-to-action buttons such as ‘shop now’ within influencer content.
Logitech International has announced a $709 million growth in sales, a 14 per cent rise compared to the same period last year.
Coca Cola has entered into a five year collaboration with Microsoft in a deal that will see the beverage company standardize its business operations on Microsoft’s cloud.
Google Cloud has introduced a premium video conferencing solution dubbed Google meet with enhanced features.
Global health and technology company Royal Philips has unveiled the first of its kind ultrasound solution for pediatric assessment.
GraphCMS GmbH, the company behind the GraphQL-native Headless CMS GraphCMS, announces a seed extension round of 2.5M €. The round is led by Peak Capital, with GraphCMS being their first investment in the German startup ecosystem.
PT SportSuite is a South African company whose mission is to digitally disrupt the sporting industry’s media landscape by allowing sporting organisations to operate like commercially-minded modern media houses, while building sustainable digital communities