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.
Google's next flagship is definitely on its way. Keep tabs on the other rumors about the Pixel 4 and 4 XL.
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.
Apple Arcade is due to roll out later this fall.
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."
"Baidu delivered a solid second quarter with revenues reaching RMB 26.3 billion, growing 9% sequentially, and Baidu Core revenues growing 12% sequentially, despite the weak macro environment, our self-directed healthcare initiative, industry-specific policy changes and large influx of ad inventory." said Herman Yu, Baidu CFO.
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Yandex, a Russian equivalent to Google, said it is considering expanding its fleet of self-driving cars to up to 1,000 within the next two years in order to speed up tests on the fledgling technology.
Silicon Valley veterans take on Nvidia in AI chip market
'We do not have a Nintendo Switch exchange program.'
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.
Apple is taking a hard stance on online privacy with a new anti-tracking policy in Safari.
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Apple has filed a lawsuit today against virtualization company Corellium.
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.
Wall Street Journal
Nvidia's data center business is seeing revenue declines, while AMD is ascendant.
It's the company's second round of layoffs within the past year, and the news Wednesday came on the heels of an earnings report that exceeded Wall Street expectations.
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.
Cisco beat on top and bottom lines.
The yield curve is blaring a recession warning.
Conversational AI is an essential building block of human interactions with intelligent machines and applications - from robots and cars, to home assistants and mobile apps. Getting computers to understand human languages, with all their nuances, and respond appropriately has long been a "holy grail" of AI researchers. But building systems with true natural language processing (NLP) capabilities was impossible before the arrival of modern AI techniques powered by accelerated computing.
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.
New York Times
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."