Christof Kerkmann has been an editor for Handelsblatt since 2012, and writes about the technology sector.
The software maker is both shedding employees and hiring new ones to expand its offering in the areas of machine learning, cloud computing and data analytics.
A fourth telecoms operator has signed up to bid in Germany’s auction of 5G frequencies. To have a chance of winning anything, the company will need political allies.
As the Internet of Things takes hold, Siemens expects double-digit growth in its software business for years to come.
Berlin's telecoms watchdog wants to raise the bar for operators of the next-generation cellular network. But potential bidders in next year's 5G auction are seething over the costs and even threatening lawsuits.
Dedrone is a warning system to help airports, oil refineries and smart cities protect their airspace from menacing drones.
German software maker SAP surprised investors with the high-priced, $8 billion acquisition to help clients improve their relationships with their own customers.
With AI technology getting more powerful every week, companies are heeding to pressure and drawing up guidelines to police it. But the publication of house rules doesn't go far enough for some.
The US software giant will provide cloud technology to German utility E.ON to manage energy usage throughout homes.
Berlin's budget will channel funds to game studios to help them catch up with competitors. The subsidies may also benefit other businesses that use the same technologies.
It was to be a great digital leap for Germany’s biggest discount grocer. Instead, after seven years and €500 million, Lidl’s new inventory management system with SAP is dead on arrival. Now everybody‘s asking why.