Profits earned by China's industrial firms fell 3.1% in June from a year earlier, according to the country's National Bureau of Statistics.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he wanted Apple to build its plants in the United States and expects the technology firm to announce it will build one in Texas.
Apple Inc.'s suppliers are preparing to produce components for up to 75 million new iPhones in 2019's second half, roughly the same number as a year earlier, according to people familiar with the matter.
Wearers can adjust temperature via a smartphone app.
Germany's biggest bank swears its radical overhaul will eventually pay off. But a $3.5 billion loss in the second quarter shows how much pain Deutsche Bank could face in the meantime, and it could amplify calls for the lender to move faster.
The Finnish telecom equipment maker said Thursday that sales increased 7% in the second quarter.
UPS said Flight Forward could receive FAA certification for multiple drones and pilots as early as this year, potentially becoming the first company to win such approvals.
AWS continues to lead the cloud infrastructure market, but Microsoft is gaining ground. Last week, Microsoft reported 64% growth in Azure revenue.
Nintendo has announced a new Switch bundle for Japan that ties into the popular Disney Tsum-Tsum franchise.
Xilinx said its financial results were hurt by the US government ban against China's Huawei Technologies, and it has asked for permission to resume broader shipments to its Chinese customer.
Caught between a Sino-US trade war, political concerns over Chinese telecoms firm Huawei and slowing consumer demand, chipmakers in Singapore have started slowing production and laying off hundreds of jobs.
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Tech conglomerate SoftBank Group Corp (9984.T) will invest $40 billion in its forthcoming second Vision Fund, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.
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An update is rolling out that finally plugs iOS directly into new TVs
The fine represents the largest ever imposed by the FTC against a tech company
Huawei will invest 3 billion yuan (about 436 million U.S. dollars) in the next 5 years to develop an ecosystem for its ARM-based server chips and complementary products, China Daily reported Wednesday.
The global economy is expected to expand by 3.2% in 2019, the IMF says
Nissan Motor plans to expand job cuts to over 10,000 to help turn around its business, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said on Wednesday, showing the tough road ahead for an automaker grappling with management upheaval.
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Alibaba said Tuesday it is opening up the Alibaba.com platform, allowing American companies to sell their products to small- and mid-sized business buyers around the world.
In a shot across the bow of online titans like Facebook, Google and Amazon, the Justice Department announced Tuesday it has opened a wide-ranging antitrust investigation of big technology companies and whether their online platforms have hurt competition, suppressed innovation or otherwise harmed consumers.
Chief executives from several US tech companies met with President Donald Trump on Monday and expressed "strong support" for policies restricting the use of products from Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
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New Intel CEO Robert Swan talked about why 10nm was late and how Intel is evolving.
OpenAI, a company working on AI for the public good, is committing to build with Microsoft new Azure AI supercomputing technologies, and getting a $1 billion infusion from Microsoft as part of the arrangement.
Huawei is considering a partnership with Micromax to use their expertise in sales to bolster their business.
Huawei has cut more than 600 jobs at its US research unit Futurewei. The telecoms giant said the job cuts were due to "the curtailment of business operations caused by the US."
China's STAR Market kicked off its second day of trading on Tuesday with sharp falls in most listed shares a day after they posted average gains of 140%, underscoring the volatility of the country's new Nasdaq-style board.
Google has agreed to pay a $13 million settlement that could resolve a class-action lawsuit over the company's collection of people's private information through its Street View project.
According to figures from the data research firm Rhodium Group, investment from China hit an all-time high of $46.5 billion in 2016. The following year that amount dropped to $29.7 billion before plummeting to a nine-year low of $5.4 billion in 2018. During that two-year period, investment declined 88 percent.
The tech giants could reportedly announce a $1 billion deal next week
Documents leaked to The Washington Post revealed that Huawei secretly worked with the North Korean government on its wireless network.
Japan's Toshiba Memory said there was a "good chance" for acquisitions as it pushes to increase its share of the market for advanced storage products used in data centres.
The massive security incident exposed personal details belonging to almost 150 million customers.
Samsung has denied that it's making additional investments to increase chip production in the US. Local media reports had suggested that the company was considering this since South Korea's trade row with Japan is threatening its business.
Trade wars are continuing to prompt Apple to rethink some of its manufacturing and supply chain options, with the iPhone maker said to be examining the situation of an ongoing tiff between South Korea and Japan, one which could lead to Apple using China's BOE for future iPhone display panels.
Tesla has been toiling away trying to get its third official Gigafactory near Shanghai online and ready for production, and the work has gone at an almost shockingly quick pace. So quick in fact, that Morgan Stanley's Chinese automotive team said that it should be ready to start building cars by the end of the year, according to a report published Wednesday by Electrek.
Qualcomm has announced that the European Commission's Directorate General for Competition, after a 10-year investigation, issued a finding that Qualcomm engaged in predatory pricing practices for some sales of three cellular baseband chipsets to two customers during a few calendar quarters between 2009 and 2011, and fined Qualcomm EUR242 million. Qualcomm plans to appeal the finding to the General Court of the European Union.
Progress toward a US-China trade deal has stalled while the Trump administration determines how to address Beijing's demands that it ease restrictions on Huawei Technologies, people familiar with the talks said.
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Samsung Display is in talks with SKC over the supply of colorless polyimide (CPI) used for foldable smartphones. This represents the first time that Korean corporations collaborate to substitute local products for items that are under the Japanese government's export control.
Western Digital continues to assess the impact of this event and expects the incident to result in a reduction of WD's flash wafer availability of approximately 6 exabytes, the majority of which is expected to be contained in the first quarter of fiscal year 2020, namely the period from July 2019 until September.
Apple is about to start trial production of its popular AirPods wireless earphones in Vietnam as the company accelerates plans to diversify manufacturing of its consumer electronics lineup beyond China, Nikkei Asian Review has learned.
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