Silicon Valley based tech company CAKE LABS recently unveiled their new Operations Centre, a state of the art facility in the Iceland Business Centre in Colombo 03.

Hutch, Sri Lanka’s fastest growing 3G network, recognized the company’s top sales performers at ‘Hutch Champion’s Challenge 2015/16’ award ceremony held recently.

Sri Lanka established yet another milestone on the region’s Broadband Technology landscape with an exposition of South Asia’s first 4.5G demonstration featuring download speeds in excess of 1Gbps (Gigabits per Second).

Lanka Bell, Sri Lanka’s largest fixed wireless operator announced this week that it has achieved the milestone of providing 4th generation internet connectivity (marketed under the BELL4G brand) to 15,000 households and businesses since the Company launched its 4G LTE digital network.

Twitter is diversifying away from its social media roots with a $70m investment in music streaming service SoundCloud, just two years on from its snubbed takeover overtures.

Huawei, the fastest growing smartphone in Sri Lanka, announced the launch of two new entry level smartphones in Sri Lanka Y3II and Y5II from the Y Generation family of smartphones.

Smart Metro, a Sri Lankan based International Software Development Company signed two landmark agreements with Sony Corporation and Fujisoft Inc, Japan to become Sri Lanka’s sole agent for the distribution and application of SONY's Near Filed Communication Technology widely known as 'FeliCa' and Fujisoft 's Finger-vein Biometric Authentication technology.

Microsoft has agreed to buy professional social network LinkedIn for $26.2bn.

Vivo teases a transparent smartphone

Tuesday, 14 June 2016 04:43

The future is now, or at least could be, as Vivo officially teased what seems to be a transparent smartphone.

Singer Sri Lanka PLC, the country’s leading consumer durable retailer and authorized partner for Samsung products in Sri Lanka, has launched a range of Samsung Inverter Air Conditioners, further expanding the company’s range of Samsung products on offer.

Sri Lanka’s pioneering total PC solutions provider EPSI Technology (Pvt) Ltd launched the world’s smallest PC - ASUS VivoStick PC. ASUS announced the international release of ASUS VivoStick on 8th April 2016.