Samsung Electronics has agreed to buy Viv Labs, an artificial intelligence startup created the team behind Siri.
Salesforce.com has agreed to buy user data management platform Krux, potentially allowing businesses to process even more data in their CRM systems.
Microsoft is adding to its European cloud infrastructure, with plans to open new data centers in France next year, CEO Satya Nadella said Monday.
The European Commission is preparing to fine Google for paying smartphone makers to exclusively use its search engine on their mobile devices, according to Reuters.
The Paris Motor Show hummed with electric cars. From teeny hatchbacks to Formula-E hot rods, it seemed like suddenly everyone had an EV. Here's what we saw.
SAP has bought IoT startup Plat.One, marking the start of a plan to invest US$2 billion in the internet of things over the next five years.
Banks stopped three new attempts to abuse the Swift financial transfer network this summer, its CEO Gottfried Leibbrandt said Monday, as he announced Swift's plan to impose tighter security controls on its customers.
Facebook must stop collecting information about WhatsApp users in Germany, a local privacy watchdog has ordered.
Today's savvy bank robbers don't break into vaults looking for gold or diamonds: They're more likely to be hacking networks looking for access to the Swift payment system.
The cost of complying with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation might seem like something best deferred until it enters force in 2018 -- but working on compliance could boost profit, not reduce it, say some vendors.
The European Commission has reworked its plan to end mobile phone roaming fees in the face of widespread criticism of its 90-day annual limit.
Swift is introducing a new reporting system to help banks identify fraudulent payments made over its financial transfer network -- but the reports will arrive up to a day too late to stop them all.
The Bank of England wants to open its interbank settlement service to blockchain technologies as part of a major revamp of the system.
The European Commission may open antitrust investigations into price restrictions and online sales bans in the e-commerce industry, it warned Thursday.
Safer passengers and healthier drivers might be among the outcomes of a new trial by a German software company and a Japanese telecommunications operator.