UK-based chip designer ARM has reportedly informed employees not to work with Chinese technology giant Huawei.
The perennial worry about European technology is that there isn’t a consumer-facing giant to rival the size of Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon.com. In one fell swoop, it’s about to get one. Sort of.
There seemed no love lost between Marcelo Claure and John Legere, a pair of chief executives who sniped at each other incessantly – on Twitter, at public events, even in ads. But behind the scenes, the two telecommunications
SoftBank Group is taking over Google parent Alphabet’s robot dreams, buying Boston Dynamics to pursue a future when more machines intermingle with humans. As part of the transaction with Alphabet, SoftBank
Telecommunications executives from Vodafone Group to Deutsche Telekom and Telefonica are headed to the industry’s annual get-together in Barcelona next week with more on their minds than the latest handsets. Deals under consideration
Discovery, South Africa’s third-largest insurer by market value, said it has set up a partnership with Japan’s Sumitomo Life Insurance Co and SoftBank Group to develop and introduce products for the world’s third-largest economy. Discovery’s
SoftBank Group has agreed to buy ARM Holdings for £24,3bn (US$32bn; R460bn), securing a slice of virtually every mobile computing gadget on the planet and future connected devices in the home. The Japanese company is offering £17/share in cash
Clash of Clans could be the type of tent-pole entertainment that helps Asia’s biggest Internet company build a Marvel-like universe of movies, comic books, online videos and t-shirts. Tencent Holdings, in which South Africa’s Naspers has a
Tencent, in which South Africa’s Naspers holds a one-third stake, is discussing the purchase of SoftBank Group’s majority stake in Supercell Oy in a deal that may value the Finnish game maker at