The president issued an executive order banning bulk sales of personal data to “hostile” countries like China and Russia.
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Regulators are using a novel approach, arguing that harm to workers is enough to quash the $25 billion deal.
The European budget airline says it will seek compensation due to Boeing not delivering as many planes as promised.
The company saw rejuvenated growth due to the success of its promotions and new partnership with Uber Eats.
The tech highlights that AI needs multiple streams of data to really get to know its users.
The Oracle of Omaha warned investors to not expect “eye-popping” performance in the coming years.
The hot new technology needs a lot of cooling off — and increasing use of water supplies is getting it done.
The filing adds to the company’s AI software research as its hardware demand skyrockets.
Several countries are looking more resilient than previously expected, leading to hopes that rate cuts will save riskier assets.
Its patent for blockchain-based authorization relies on the tech’s immutability and transparency to track down bad actors.
Apple’s enjoyed unusual levels of success in China for a Western company, but its future in the country is looking less and less bright.
The company’s stock ran higher after the company buoyed investors’ hopes that its technology will boost a lineup of new popular drugs.
Dirk Van de Put said the company has received no pressure from shareholders to stop doing business with Russia.
The companies continue to lose massive amounts of money as consumers are turning to cheaper hybrids and traditional gas-powered vehicles.
The tech could provide a glimpse at an “all-day usable item” that spatial computing may rely on to scale.
The federal government fears that China-made equipment like cranes could be easy targets for cyber attacks.
The massive growth by both companies is crowding out other suppliers hoping to rely on cargo delivery planes.
The company reportedly plans to set aside shares for 75,000 of its power users to buy ahead of its spring IPO.
The filing could add another layer of protection at a lower cost than AI-based cybersecurity measures.
The company’s “personal wellness keyboard” patent may signal an interest from tech firms to embed AI in consumer devices.
The supply is fixed, so investors are pouring capital into land needed to produce more food than we ever have.