Headline Rollup for September 26, 2017
Toshiba Corp. said Wednesday it has decided to sell its chip unit to a Japan-U.S.-South Korea consortium for around ¥2.4 trillion ($21 billion), rejecting a counterbid from its longtime partner Western Digital Corp.
HP tells partners to start shifting business models toward establishing contractual relationships with customers, rather than just facilitating transactions.
Today’s topics include the resignations of Equifax’s CIO and CSO after the data breach; Oracle’s release of a new SPARC platform following reports of layoffs; Microsoft Bing’s new Fact Check label; and Google’s proposal of an auction for ads displayed on web search results pages.
Whether you’re a dedicated iOS user or you swear by Android, there’s one thing all smart phone users have in common; we’re all relying on our mobile devices to make our lives easier.
New opportunities for customers to grow and brands to innovate in Labelexpo 2017 showcase
HP has chosen the first ever global reseller for its 3D printing products, as well an expansion to its European reseller programme with a host of new customers.
Printing giant sees inkjet technology as the key to breaking the lucrative EMEA business market, Epson UK head tells ITProPortal.