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Semiconductor-design software maker Synopsys stepped into the Matrix on Tuesday to acquire Ansys, maker of powerful simulation software.
Empty-nest Boomers have been reluctant to sell their larger houses, which is making it hard for younger families to find starter homes.
Nvidia wants to pick out specific emotions in your voice with deep learning, but reading your feelings may require more context.
The business was acquired in 2021 for $1.1 billion, but times have changed since the pandemic’s heyday for delivery.
Despite layoffs in its hardware and AR departments, the company has filed a number of patent applications for extended reality tech.
Apple is facing softening iPhone demand in China, the company’s second-biggest market after the US and the world’s biggest smartphone market.
Boeing is kicking off an image rehabilitation tour after becoming known as the plane-maker whose planes may fall apart mid-air.
Intel could target clients and investors that are interested in socially responsible AI training with it’s recent patent.
The International Monetary Fund warned almost half of all jobs worldwide could be affected by artificial intelligence.
The consumer price index offered up a surprising uptick, damaging hopes that the Fed will be cutting rates anytime soon.
Production workers will get a wage increase that curiously follows a strong year for the autoworkers’ union.
The sector had its fastest growth ever in 2023, spurring hope that climate goals can be achieved.
Social-media channels are full of business gurus promising that you can make tons of money this year…. but only if you attend their seminar.
Microsoft’s cybersecurity patent that uses secret handshakes walks a fine line between identity security and user privacy.
Banks are finding novel ways to game the Fed’s safeguard systems, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis.
So-called “golden passports” for five Caribbean countries are under increasing political pressure from the EU, according to Bloomberg.
The bank’s out-of-this-world patent for “space-based payments” relies on blockchain networks, satellites and stablecoins.
Amazon has announced hundreds of layoffs across its Prime Video, TV and film studios, and Twitch businesses.
The tech adds to its ongoing efforts to make Alexa more intuitive and contextual.
A presidential election – and democracy – may be at risk.