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If Apple had to remove the WeChat app from its app store due to an executive order issued by US President Donald Trump, that would mean a loss of Chinese users who make up nearly a third of iPhone users around the globe, an influential Taiwanese stock analyst has warned.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The extent to which the smartphone market is being flooded with new devices can be gauged from the fact that this week — with the economy in the toilet due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic — there have been four companies announcing new wares.

Published in Open Sauce

Tech giant IBM will sell one of its remaining divisions and disappear into the company it acquired last year — open source firm Red Hat — the veteran technology scribe Robert X. Cringely says in his annual tech predictions.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Microsoft often likes to portray itself as a company that supports education and research, but that appears to be just a pose, with the company showing its real colours recently when it stripped the European Organisation for Nuclear Research of the status of "academic institution".

Published in Open Sauce

Only three of the major cloud providers — AWS, Alibaba and Microsoft — will remain in the market after a few years, with AWS continuing to dominate during 2019, a veteran technology journalist says in his annual tech predictions.

Published in Cloud

Apple will increase its reach into services this year as they are much more profitable than hardware, with one such service being video streaming, a veteran technology journalist has predicted in his annual forecasts.

Published in Strategy

Coalition government ministers have made brave noises about seeking damages from IBM over the census fiasco, but such attempts are unlikely to succeed, according to a long-time watcher of the company.

Published in Government Tech Policy

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