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Toutiao could owe Tencent 12 pence and an apology

Chinese tech giant Tencent is suing rival Toutiao for 1 yuan, which is worth about 12 pence, over alleged defamation. Toutiao, also known as Bytedance, runs Tik Tok, a video app that has recently become wildly popular in China. The app has become the most downloaded iPhone app globally. It’s known as Douyin in Chinese…. Read More

Why the edge is coming and its impact on the data centre industry

SoftBank gets machine learning help from Ericsson

Ericsson has created a machine learning based product to help SoftBank’s radio access network design in Japan. The product, which Ericsson sells as a service, improves radio access network design by grouping cells in clusters and taking data from these cells. Employing machine learning on these datasets, it looks at cell overlapping and carrier aggregation… Read More

How disruptive technologies are changing business

Ahead of his session at Cloud Expo Asia, held in Hong Kong on 16th and 17th May, we spoke to Esmond Tong, Oracle’s APAC Cloud Specialist Vice President, about how emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and chatbots are changing business. In terms of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the enterprise, Tong notes… Read More

Nokia partners with TeamTalk for critical communications in NZ

Nokia has announced a collaboration with TeamTalk, to improve critical communications and emergency services throughout New Zealand. The collaboration will encompass wireless technologies, the Internet of Things, emergency services, connected service vehicles, and private LTE solutions. The two companies will work together to build an IP/Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) radio service, employing Nokia’s backhaul network solution, to… Read More

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