Tag: Computers/Consumer Electronics
about 2 months ago
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Google Is Finally Killing Cookies. Advertisers Still Aren’t Ready.

Search giant plans to remove a technology seen as critical to the digital-ad industry

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about 2 months ago
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China Removes Videogame Official After Planned Curbs Triggered Market Rout

Senior party regulator exits after proposals spooked investors and wiped $60 billion off game-company stocks

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2 months ago
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Comcast Says Data of 36 Million Accounts Was Compromised in Breach

Hackers took advantage of vulnerability in Citrix cloud-computing software

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3 months ago
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Nvidia’s CEO Still Plans to Sell High-End Chips in China

Jensen Huang’s comments come days after Raimondo sounded warning over workarounds

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3 months ago
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Dow Opens Lower With All Eyes on Nvidia’s Coming Results

Retailers including Lowe’s and Best Buy updated investors

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3 months ago
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Apple Had Better Watch Its Back in China

Apple dominated the premium handset market for most of the pandemic years, partly thanks to the troubles of competito...

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4 months ago
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Xero Swings to 1H Profit, Maintains FY Costs Forecast

Revenue rose to NZ$799.5 million from NZ$658.5 million

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4 months ago
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A ‘Zelda’ Movie Could Mint Money for Nintendo

Fresh off the success of ‘The Super Mario Bros. Movie,’ Nintendo is eyeing another possible box office smash

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4 months ago
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For China, Bullying Apple Suppliers Could Backfire Badly

China's slowing economy could soon become a major talking point for U.S. companies as they begin to report third-quar...

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4 months ago
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Apple Risks Getting Caught in Taiwan Tensions With iPhone Supplier Probes

Taiwanese supplier Foxconn is targeted by China as its founder makes a presidential bid

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4 months ago
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KKR’s Chip Play Will Win Big in Japan

Japan’s biggest initial public offering in five years, chip equipment maker Kokusai, is priced to move.

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4 months ago
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Microsoft Will Make Record Investment in Australia, Aims to Boost Cybersecurity

The company also said it will collaborate with the Australian Signals Directorate in an initiative to improve protect...

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4 months ago
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Apple’s Tim Cook Makes Surprise China Visit as iPhone Sales Slump

CEO’s visits with senior officials, local stores and a supplier come amid cooling demand for the company’s high-end p...

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4 months ago
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TSMC Thinks the Turn in the Chip Cycle Is Nigh

Results from the world’s largest contract chipmaker hint that the long downturn in prices could finally be ending. Me...

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5 months ago
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Memory-Chip Stocks Can Ride the AI Gravy Train, Too

Memory-chip prices could finally rebound soon. Meanwhile, SK Hynix and Samsung are benefiting from the artificial-int...

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5 months ago
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How Ads on Your Phone Can Aid Government Surveillance

Federal agencies buy bulk data, collected from ads you might never see, that can yield valuable information about you

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5 months ago
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The Robots are Coming—to Collaborate With You

Doosan Robotics’ blockbuster IPO—the biggest in Korea this year—shows that the robot stock craze has well and truly a...

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6 months ago
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Huawei’s Breakthrough Still Shows China’s Limits in Tech Race

After working for years to catch up on U.S. technology, China has developed a chip that can rival Nvidia’s powerful A...

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6 months ago
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Apple’s Key Supplier, Foxconn, Will Shake Off the Pandemic Blues

Every year, The Wall Street Journal’s Heard on the Street columnists pick the stocks they love and loathe and track t...

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6 months ago
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S&P 500 Opens Higher Ahead of Nvidia Earnings

Stock indexes rose and Treasury bond prices rallied ahead of fresh U.S. manufacturing data and earnings from Nvidia.

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7 months ago
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Biden’s Order Won’t Destroy Chinese Venture Capital

Startup funding ecosystems in China and the U.S. will probably keep growing apart

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7 months ago
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China Pleases Parents With Plan to Limit Kids’ Smartphone Use

Policy would limit time and content by age, on top of videogame restrictions

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7 months ago
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The Memory Chip Nightmare is Nearly Over

The $53 billion Chips Act seeks to end the U.S.’s reliance on foreign-made semiconductors, especially those used by t...

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7 months ago
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Foreigners Will Benefit From U.S. Climate Subsidies, and That Is Good News

Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry met with Chinese Premier Li Qiang in a visit aimed to try to revive...

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8 months ago
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Meta's Threads App Sees Early Success, Drawing Advertiser Interest and Twitter's Ire

Facebook parent company Meta has launched Threads, a stand-alone microblogging app that rivals Elon Musk’s Twitter. W...

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8 months ago
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For Nvidia and China, an AI Battle with Washington Bodes Ill

The $53 billion Chips Act seeks to end the U.S.’s reliance on foreign-made semiconductors, especially those used by t...

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9 months ago
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Watering Down China Chip Restrictions Sometimes Makes Sense

The $53 billion Chips Act seeks to end the U.S.’s reliance on foreign-made semiconductors, especially those used by t...

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9 months ago
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IKEA Looks to Speed Up E-Commerce With Software Acquisition

Counterintuitive though it may seem, part of furniture giant IKEA’s success stems from its policy requiring its custo...

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9 months ago
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A Cheaper Way to Bet on AI Than Investing in Nvidia

Nvidia shares jumped after it forecast a revenue tailwind from the AI race, but if you don’t want to shell out for th...

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10 months ago
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Nintendo Needs a New Console Soon

The Switch is showing its age, and even Super Mario can only help so much

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10 months ago
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Samsung is a Case Study in How Manufacturers Leave China

The $53 billion Chips Act seeks to end the U.S.’s reliance on foreign-made semiconductors, especially those used by t...

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10 months ago
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Cable Companies and Mobile Carriers Battle Over Fixed Wireless Internet

Comcast and Charter Communications have lost customers to their less-expensive rival plans. But they insist customers...

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11 months ago
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Microsoft Looks to ChatGPT AI to Transform Its Digital Ad Business

Kya Sainsbury-Carter, who recently was named to head the company’s ad business, offers an inside look at Microsoft’s ...

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11 months ago
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Super Mario Shows Nintendo How to Level Up at the Movies

Gaming giant Nintendo has a huge hit on its hands with the ‘Mario Bros.’ movie, but that may not translate into a new...

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11 months ago
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Jack Ma’s Life After Alibaba Takes Him to a Fish Farm, Fiji and Beyond

After falling out with Beijing, Chinese tech mogul studies tuna and ponders the Gobi Desert

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11 months ago
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Toshiba Shareholders Draw the Short Stick, Again

Toshiba’s sale was supposed to be a bookend to years of corporate governance reforms in Japan

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11 months ago
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TikTok Reassures Advertisers Over Ban Threat as Some Set Backup Plans

Advertisers take wait-and-see approach after Biden administration demands that video app’s Chinese owners sell stakes

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12 months ago
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Xero to Cut Up to 800 Roles as New CEO Targets Greater Profitability

Cloud-based lending platform Waddle was acquired in 2020

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12 months ago
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Former Facebook Execs Launch Startup, Adding to Efforts to Improve Ad Measurement

Their company, Anonym, aims to tell advertisers how effective campaigns were while maintaining user privacy

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