Finnish telecoms equipment maker Nokia on Wednesday unveiled a five-year strategic tie-up with Google for the US giant to run its data centres and servers as well as numerous software applications through the latter’s Google Cloud.
Google Hit With Belgian Privacy Fine for Not Complying With 'Right to Be Forgotten'
TikTok Parent ByteDance to Invest in Educational Technology, Says Senior Executive
The Best True Wireless Earbuds That Won't Break the Bank
27-Inch iMac Refreshed With 10th-Gen Intel Core Processors, 1080p Webcam
How To: Install TrueNAS CORE 12
Nintendo Profit Jumps 428 Percent Thanks to Animal Crossing: New Horizons
DoorDash 'Pizza Arbitrage' Shows the FUBAR Economics of Delivery Apps
Amazon Prime Day 2020 Sale Goes Live in India: Best Offers on Mobile Phones, TVs, Amazon Devices, an...
Flipkart Big Billion Days Teased, Coming Soon With Offers, Huge Deals on Mobiles, Electronics, and M...
Watch Dogs: Legion Release Date, PC System Requirements, Review, Price, and More