It's happened. Startup Human Inc. has cut the cord on a pair of over-ear headphones. We go hands-on with the Human Headphones.
China's Huawei will spend more on production equipment this year to ensure supply continuity, cut redundant roles and demote inefficient managers as its grapples with a "live-or-die moment" in the wake of U.S. export curbs, founder Ren Zhengfei said.
Both pack 32.5-megapixel sensors, 4K video and Dual Pixel AF with eye detection.
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Japan has approved shipments of a high-tech material to South Korea for the second time since imposing export curbs last month, two sources said, ahead of talks by government officials this week to resolve a dispute stemming from their wartime past.
The Bundesbank said Monday that Europe's largest economy "is probably set to remain lackluster in the third quarter of 2019." It predicts that GDP "could continue to fall slightly."
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The US Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross, has confirmed a ban on Chinese technology giant Huawei will not come into force for another 90 days.
Certain MacBook laptops have been recalled, which means they're banned from flights until they've been repaired, the FAA confirmed to CNBC.
Germany has the fiscal strength to counter any future economic crisis "with full force", Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said on Sunday, suggesting Berlin could make available up to 50 billion euros ($55 billion) of extra spending.
President Trump told reporters on Sunday that Apple CEO Tim Cook privately made a "very compelling argument" that the administration's tariffs on Chinese-assembled goods have made an unfair impact on the California-based tech giant, because its chief rival, Samsung, has conducted most of its manufacturing in South Korea and did not have to pay the levy.
"We'll see what happens. I'm making a decision tomorrow," Trump said.
It's not mobile data, but it's a start.
ZenGo's wallet will support Libra, a cryptocurrency Facebook plans to launch in 2020.
Our reporting uncovers a Mate X delay, and the possibility of more displays
Microsoft is warning Windows 10 users to update their operating system immediately because of two "critical" vulnerabilities.
Samsung is testing how fifth-generation wireless networks can speed up connections at its chip-making factory in Austin, Texas.
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Nvidia's data center business is seeing revenue declines, while AMD is ascendant.
Japan has $1.12 trillion Treasury securities, and China, $1.11 trillion.
Industrial production in China grew just 4.8% in July compared to a year earlier, according to China's National Bureau of Statistics. That's the worst growth for that sector in 17 years.
China has severely restricted imports of gold since May, bullion industry sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters, in a move that could be aimed at curbing outflows of dollars and bolstering its yuan currency as economic growth slows.
The yield curve is blaring a recession warning.
Fingerprints, facial recognition and other personal information from Biostar 2 discovered on publicly accessible database
The $600 million supercomputer will be the world's fastest.
He suggests Skyworks Solutions, Texas Instruments, Best Buy and Hasbro will be among the biggest winners from the tariff delay.
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Europe is Apple's second-largest market.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is prepared to break up major technology companies if necessary by undoing past mergers, Chairman Joe Simons said in an interview with Bloomberg published on Tuesday, as the regulator probes anti-competitive practices in the sector.
Those tariffs will now be delayed until December 15.
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Singapore's economy contracted 3.3% in the second quarter of 2019, final official data showed on Tuesday, and the government cuts its full-year growth forecast range.
To Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon, the current economic environment doesn't feel like the pre-crisis days of August 2007. But he identifies at least one thing that could cause the economy to go off track: The trade war.
South Korea is removing Japan from a list of trusted trading partners, escalating a dispute with its neighbor that is already disrupting the global supply chain for big tech companies.
Bank of America sees a greater than 30% chance of a recession in the next year, based on recent data.
Globalfoundries has taped-out an Arm-based 3D high-density test chip that will enable a new level of system performance and power efficiency for computing applications such as AI/ML and high-end consumer mobile and wireless solutions.
But the iPhone won't be the only foldable. The iPad may be the first of Apple's devices to bend to the trend.
Austrian sensor specialist AMS triggered a bidding war for Osram on Sunday, saying it was ready to pay $3.8 billion for the German lighting group's shares, 10% more than finance investors Bain Capital and Carlyle have already offered.
The country may use it to create stability.
Researchers at Bitdefender claim that "every machine" that uses an Intel processor and that runs Windows, Linux or FreeBSD is impacted by the vulnerability, which comes just months after the hugely damaging Spectre and Meltdown scares.