Those tariffs will now be delayed until December 15.
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Project Scarlett is about how games play.
AMD's new Navi RX 5700 graphics cards are great additions to the current GPU market, offering performance that strikes at the heart of Nvidia's midrange. For something that competes with top-tier cards such as the RTX 2080 Super and 2080 Ti, though, we'll have to wait until next year. But when the summer of 2020 rolls around, we could be in for something special, as AMD is working on a card that some internal staffers are calling the "Nvidia Killer."
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.
Steve Eisman, the investor of "Big Short" fame, says his biggest worry is the Hong Kong protests, which he says could endanger any kind of trade deal with China and hurt the global economy.
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.
Hong Kong's airport authority has cancelled departure flights after thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators flooded into one of the world's busiest air travel hubs holding signs reading "Hong Kong is not safe" and "Shame on police."
Huawei has finally unveiled its own operating system, a move that could help shield the smartphone maker from the escalating US-China trade war.
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.
Facebook lost a federal appeal on Thursday in a lawsuit over facial-recognition data. That could lead to the company paying massive fines over its privacy practices.
Advanced Micro Devices on Wednesday released the second generation of its processor chip for data centers and said that it had landed Google and Twitter as customers.
Japan has approved shipment of a high-tech material to South Korea for the first time since imposing export curbs last month, but doubled down on political pressure and warned it could broaden restrictions on deliveries to its Asian neighbor.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 has more Microsoft in it than any other Android phone
Chipmaker Broadcom is in advanced talks to buy Symantec enterprise business, according to people familiar with the matter.
Samsung Electronics has begun mass producing 250-gigabyte (GB) SATA solid state drive (SSD) that integrates the company's sixth-generation (1xx-layer) 256-gigabit (Gb) three-bit V-NAND for global PC OEMs.
Toshiba Memory has announced XFMEXPRESS, a new technology for removable PCIe attached, NVMe memory devices.
The physical appearance and some headlining features of the Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL have already been confirmed by Google itself, but there are still plenty of specs that Google still hasn't said anything about.
SoftBank's massive tech fund is pulling in big profits.
Apple's first foldable iOS device could launch in 2021, according to analysts at UBS.
'Just for the record, zero truth to this rumor. I love AMD and the best is yet to come,' AMD CEO Lisa Su says in response to a report stating that she plans to leave the chipmaker later this year.
The Trump administration on Wednesday took a tactical step in its trade confrontation with China, by releasing a rule that restricts government agencies from doing business with Huawei, the giant Chinese maker of telecommunications equipment and smartphones.
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China has told India not to block its Huawei Technologies from doing business in the country, warning there could be consequences for Indian firms operating in China, sources with knowledge of the matter said.
China has said it is prepared to fight, if necessary. And it has one hugely powerful weapon up its sleeve: it's the American government's biggest creditor.
Japan's Toshiba reported on Wednesday a 10-fold jump in first-quarter operating profit as it stepped up cost cuts across divisions, but the profit missed analyst estimates.
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Wide availability by the end of the month
Lisa Su has denied this story.
Lenovo and Intel outlined a multi-year collaboration pact revolving around high performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence.
HTC has stopped offering its phones for sale in the UK while it is involved in an intellectual property dispute.
The trade war between the United States and China entered a more dangerous phase on Monday, as Beijing allowed its currency to weaken, Chinese enterprises stopped making new purchases of American farm goods and President Trump's Treasury Department formally labeled China a currency manipulator.
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After so many years of meh
Shares of chipmakers, retailers, Apple and Wynn Resorts tumble on fears that the U.S. and China's trade war is escalating.
But don't expect to hitch a ride in the machine for several years.
Investors are so nervous about the trade war with China that they are frantically scooping up US government bonds and pushing yields sharply lower in the process.