Hyundai to build Santa Cruz pickup trucks at Alabama plant from 2021

Hyundai to build Santa Cruz pickup trucks at Alabama plant from 2021

Published: Just now By Saipriya Iyer

Evidently, pickup trucks constitute a substantial share of the U.S. automotive market. The Ford F-150, Ram 1500 and Chevrolet Silverado have consistently been the top selling models in America for years. With the demand ....

Cray and Fujitsu team up to build A64FX Arm®-powered supercomputer

Exascale computing is here and the technology is poised to bring promising advances in many diverse fields. Tech giants are aware of the fact that whoever controls the future of supercomputing owns the world. That is why leading software an....

Google Cloud and Ascension to build data-driven healthcare solutions

In the eyes of tech giants such as Google, Apple, and Amazon, healthcare seemingly represents a massive business prospects. It’s no wonder these companies are exploring opportunities to lead healthcare innovation. Following Amazon&rs....

Tencent eyes Nintendo characters to target U.S., Europe console gamers

As the Chinese government has tightened domestic scrutiny over video games with measures including a curfew for gamers under 18, Chinese gaming giants are now apparently eyeing the U.S. and Europe videogame markets. Tencent, the world&rsqu....

Macnica and Baraja partner to bring LiDAR technology to Japanese OEMs

Baraja Pty Ltd, a leading developer of LiDAR technology headquartered in Sydney, has reportedly inked a collaboration with Japanese tech firm Macnica, Inc. The companies reportedly intend to deliver Baraja’s proprietary Spectrum-Scan....

Elgama-Elektronika to use ADI’s mSure® technology in its smart meters

American multinational semiconductor manufacturer Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) has reportedly partnered with Elgama-Elektronika, a leading manufacturer of static electricity meters based in Lithuania. Evidently, Elgama plans to integrate ADI....

Microsoft and Nokia reportedly in talks to reunite on IoT, AI, cloud

Five years after Microsoft’s doomed $7 billion acquisition of the smartphone business pf Nokia, it appears that the two companies have decided to reunite.   The American tech major has reportedly inked a strategic collabora....