The three are joining in on a $40 million round that will help Vicarious toward its ambitious goal: translating the brain's neocortex into code.
Web giant is reportedly buying a 5.94 percent stake in Lenovo as part of the $2.91 billion deal to unload its Motorola unit.
The company says that it believes the Xbox One is an "entirely justifiable" business expense.
Sony could be about to become Olympus' single biggest shareholder.
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The facility could be worth nearly twice that much by the time it's finished in 2016, the wire service reports.
The Twitter co-founder's new company, Jelly, closes its first round of funding with a celebrity-studded group of investors, including tech notables Jack Dorsey, Reid Hoffman, and Evan Williams.
Instead of using a single lens, array cameras are made up of a series of lenses. They build up a picture from the images taken by each lens and open up the possibility of post-capture focusing.
The companies didn't say how much they've invested in the firm, but Samsung says that it hopes to have better voice-driven and context-aware services on its products.
Nokia is planning to invest in camera start up Pelican Images, in hopes of luring customers away from Android and Apple phones.