Semiconductors that can handle AI workloads are in demand for data centres and autonomous vehicles. VC funds are backing their manufacturers like never before.
Buying Five9 gives Zoom a way into the rapidly changing contact centre market, where cloud communications companies see the next big opportunity.
The rumoured takeover would bolster Intel's chip building capabilities as it looks to transition to a new manufacturing model.
Abcam helps scientists pioneer new drugs but its technical infrastructure was showing its age. CTO Dan Phelps tells Tech Monitor about the company's rapid digital transformation.
Leading semiconductor manufacturer TSMC failed to meet key sustainability targets last year. Pressure from regulators and customers is needed to make the industry greener.
Liz Truss's visit to Silicon Valley could be a precursor to a new type of relationship between the UK and the world's leading tech firms.
A lack of crucial semiconductors is causing problems for industries and governments far and wide. Why is there a chip shortage, how can it be solved and when will it end?
The monolithic - and controversial - DoD cloud contract has bitten the dust. A more flexible approach using multiple vendors is likely to replace it.
The acquisition of NWF by Chinese-owned Nexperia makes commercial sense for both parties, but some are surprised the deal did not provoke a national security investigation.
Low-code systems promise to transfer the power of programming from developers to everyday staff. AI tools could help speed up this transition.
As a strategic priority for the UK government, tech could be a beneficiary of the new regime, but much will depend on the individual grant-awarding bodies.
Telco contracts are a big prize for cloud providers, and two deals announced by IBM this week may indicate its open hybrid approach is paying dividends.