At a press conference held in San Francisco on Thursday, Amazon's AWS division and VMware announced a new cloud partnership, under which VMware's software-defined data center software will be brought to AWS.
The service resulting from the AWS-VMware partnership will be called 'VMware Cloud on AWS.' It will be operated and supported by VMware, and will run on purpose-built hardware in AWS's data centers. As of now, the 'VMware Cloud on AWS' service is in technical preview.
During the course of the Google Pixel launch event in San Francisco on Tuesday, Google announced a new 4K version of its hugely popular Chromecast streaming dongle. The new version of Chromecast is called 'Chromecast Ultra.'
In announcing the new Chromecast Ultra streaming device, Google also disclosed its pricing and availability details. The device will become available for purchase in 15 countries across the world in November; and will be priced at $69 in the US.
According to an Android Police report, tech giant Google is apparently getting ready to launch a new Wi-Fi router - likely to be dubbed 'Google Wi-Fi' - next month, at an event in San Francisco.
The new Google Wi-Fi home router product being prepared by Google will reportedly be one of the products which the bigwig tech company will announce at its multi-device release event scheduled to be held on October 4, 2016.
At its new iPhone launch event held in San Francisco on Wednesday, September 7, Apple announced that it is expanding the availability of its Apple Pay mobile payments platform to three more countries --- Japan, New Zealand and Russia.
In announcing that the availability of the Apple Pay platform is being expanded internationally, Apple said that the mobile payments service will be launched in the three mentioned countries "this fall."
Tech giant Apple posted a promoted-only tweet on Saturday, revealing some basic information about its forthcoming product launch event scheduled to be held in San Francisco on Wednesday, September 7, 2016.
The event is expected to commence shortly before Apple kicks off its keynote presentation at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on Wednesday, at 10 a. m. Pacific, 1 p. m. Eastern.
In a move which indicates that Google is venturing into ride-sharing service Uber's territory, the bigwig tech company has plans underway to introduce its own ride-sharing service in San Francisco.
According to the information disclosed by an unidentified source familiar with the proceedings at Google, the ride-sharing service which the company plans to launch in San Francisco would basically give passengers the ability to join carpools at a bargain price.
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