A group of scientists has called for a ban on the development of weapons controlled by artificial intelligence (AI).
It's one of a family of foldable devices in development with the Chinese company, best known for budget televisions.
The U.S. government and Facebook are negotiating a settlement over the company's privacy lapses.
Tech giant seeks to exploit Apple woes to drive hardware expansion
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Cisco reported better-than-expected results on Wednesday, lifting the stock 3 percent.
"Our first quarter revenue guidance reflects the inventory correction currently underway in the smartphone market," said Steve Kelley, Amkor's president and CEO.
Chinese drone company DJI will roll out a new system to protect airports from drones this month.
Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten has picked Nokia Oyj as a key partner for its new mobile network in Japan.
China's overall trade surplus of $39.16 billion in January also beat expectations.
Ericsson and Intel have announced another collaboration, this time for a software and hardware management platform for 5G, NFV, and distributed cloud.
Google has hired more than a dozen microchip engineers in Bengaluru, India
Amazon is getting into home networking.
Microsoft recently filed a patent application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for its development and proposed usage of touch-sensitive smart fabric technology.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday signed an executive order asking federal government agencies to dedicate more resources and investment into research, promotion and training on artificial intelligence, known as AI.
Intel is prepared to spend up to $8 billion on a manufacturing facility proposed for its base in Co Kildare, planning documents show.
Apple has moved its modem chip engineering effort into its in-house hardware technology group from its supply chain unit, two people familiar with the move told Reuters, a sign the tech company is looking to develop a key component of its iPhones after years of buying it from outside suppliers.
Japanese chipmaker Renesas Electronics will cut almost 1,000 workers from its payrolls at the end of June, Nikkei has learned, as part of a pivot abroad to compensate for a shrinking domestic market.
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Sprint has called for an end to AT&T's 5G E advertising campaign, arguing in a lawsuit that it is false and misleading, and causing irreparable damage to its own 5G network investment.
Qualcomm has published its fiscal 1Q19 results, reporting stronger than expected earnings that were driven partly by better cost management and a new interim licensing agreement with Huawei.
Apple has revoked Google's ability to offer its employees internal-only iPhone apps. Apple is punishing its rival for breaking its developers' policy, a day after it took the same action against Facebook.
The FBI is accusing a Chinese national of stealing trade secrets while working for Apple.
LG seems to be hustling hard to keep up with arch-rival Samsung
Nintendo cut its forecast for the Switch in the fiscal year, saying it will now sell only 17 million Switch units by March 31, rather than 20 million.
Intel made interim Chief Executive Officer Robert Swan's role permanent on Thursday, marking the first time the chipmaker has picked a leader who did not rise through the company ranks, sending Intel shares down and boosting rivals.
Samsung Electronics warned of weaker earnings in 2019 as it posted a 29 percent drop in fourth-quarter operating profit.
Huawei Technologies is asking suppliers to move some production to China as it braces for possible restrictions on access to US technology that could starve the Chinese group of components vital to its business.
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It trades a lot of specs for the low price of $90
Microsoft's revenue was slightly below consensus as revenue from Windows device makers fell.
China said on Thursday its manufacturing activity contracted for the second-straight month in January.
Instead of hiring the blue-collar workers Trump promised to put back to work, Foxconn is now instead planning to recruit researchers, designers and engineers into a "technology hub" rather than opening a factory - a move that caught state officials off guard.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said Tuesday that representatives from 95 jurisdictions had agreed to "address the tax challenges of the digitalization of the economy."
Bound for the Galaxy S10?
iPhone revenue comes in just slightly below projections.
Semiconductor sector analysts believe that China's best chipmakers are as much as a decade behind their international rivals. That is despite long running financial support from Beijing, rising market dominance of Chinese electronics hardware groups and the vastly improved capabilities of China's chip design companies.
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Intel's patent is so detailed that Lets Go Digital managed to create concept images showing the device in action.
Apple is reportedly the latest technology giant making plans for a gaming subscription service.
Deal is worth $230 million, expected to close this quarter
Intel will receive a grant of about $1 billion from the Israeli government for its latest investment plan to expand its chip manufacturing operations in the country, Israel's finance minister said on Tuesday.
US sanctions against Fujian Jinhua will force the Chinese state-owned company accused of stealing trade secrets from American memory chipmaker Micron to stop production by March, according to people familiar with the situation.
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Apple has acknowledged a flaw in its FaceTime software that allowed for brief eavesdropping - even if the recipient did not pick up. In some cases the target iPhone would send video, probably without the receiver's knowledge.