The Finnish conglomerate, Nokia is to fully acquire Siemens' 50% stake in the Nokia Siemens Networks. The price is right and it is $2.2 billion.
Jul 1 2013, 3:42am CDT
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May 30 2011, 11:44am CDT
Source: eJewish Philanthropy
A group of young 20-somethings stand in a Soho-like loft space in a tech incubator in South Tel Aviv, presenting the future of traffic to a panel of the Start Up Nation’s leading lights. The CTO of PayPal Israel is there (they are sponsoring the event), as is a representative of the Prime Minister’s Office, and so are several experts on the emerging field of smart cities.
It is clear that there is ever ...
Full article at: eJewish Philanthropy
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Sprint and Verizon will continue to beat them to the punch.
Dec 17 2010, 12:44pm CST
In the future, a software will help users better analyze long texts such as the documents for calls for bids, which are often more than one thousand pages long. Experts at Siemens' global research unit Corporate Technology have developed a search function that enables users to simultaneously look for key words and sections of text in all of the documents of a call for bids, for example, without having to actually open any of the files. This makes the search very fast so that ...
Full article at: PhysOrg.com
3 days ago, 7:46am CDT
Source: The Business Insider
Apple on Tuesday reported earnings for the June quarter, but while revenue and device sales fell largely in line with Wall Street expectations, the rise in App Store sales has Macquarie Capital analyst Ben Schachter excited. Total revenue from Apple’s iTunes, software and “services” was $4.6 billion — an 11% jump year-over-year and an all-time record for any quarter, the company reported. According to Schachter, sales from the App Store were up 35-40%, which reportedly helped make up for struggl ...
Full article at: The Business Insider
5 days ago, 8:08am CDT
A mysterious appearance of an old lady in a classic Charlie Chaplin movie has made international headlines in the last...
Oct 30 2010, 9:29am CDT
Source: Ars Technica
More than three months after the disclosure of the catastrophic Heartbleed vulnerability in the OpenSSL library, critical industrial control systems sold by Siemens remain susceptible to hijacking or crashes that can be triggered by the bug, federal officials have warned.
The products are used to control switches, valves, and other equipment in chemical, manufacturing, energy, and wastewater facilities. Heartbleed is the name given to a bug in the widely used OpenSSL crypto ...
Full article at: Ars Technica
Jul 18 2014, 12:14pm CDT
Meritline.com again offers this 13-in-1 USB 2.0 Secure Digital Card Reader for $1.99. Coupon code "MLCK4006470630NL1"...
Jun 30 2010, 8:00pm CDT