E-wallet app aims to acquire as many as 100,000 merchants by the end of 2018.
The world’s largest search giant, Google Inc, is in a hurry. A hurry to woo enterprises onto its cloud computing offering known as Google Cloud Platform. Edwin Yapp reports from Google's Next 17 conference in San Francisco.
Edwin Yapp takes a lot look at what the much-talked about buyout of Yahoo! by Verizon Communications means to both companies.
Just how much growth can fitness tracking companies attain? Edwin Yapp speaks to various analyts to break down the challenges market leader Fibit Inc faces going forward.
HTC Corp, the once darling of smartphone makers, is facing an almost complete reversal of its fortune as the company toils to make its products relevant and price competitive enough for the market in the face of increasing competition from rivals, analysts say.
Enterprise communication player Avaya Inc is moving itself away from merely being a product-centric company to one that is able to serve the broader business communication ecosystem with better agility, according to its top marketing executive.
Juniper Networks CEO Rami Rahim, who took the helm last October after a tumultuous period at the company, believes he has what it takes to steer the ship in the right direction – and that will involve it staying true to its roots of being a technology company. Edwin Yapp reports from Sunnyvale, California.
With the curtains closed on this year’s Mobile World Congress, Edwin Yapp takes a look at some of the more notable device announcements.
Cloud and virtualisation vendor VMware Inc has set its sights on winning more customers in the region now that it has launched a new set of software tools that it claims would help customers manage their cloud computing environments more easily.
The Mobile World Congress begins this week and all eyes will be on the myriads of device, software and apps that will be on display. Edwin Yapp looks at what industry pundits and analysts expect.