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  • Julian Chokkattu

    Apps made the smartphone. Now, companies are increasingly leveraging AI to envision a world without them.

  • Harsh Chauhan

    Buying and holding great companies for the long run is a tried-and-tested way of making money in the stock market, as investors can not only benefit from secular growth opportunities by following this philosophy but also take advantage of the power of compounding.

  • Megan Morrone

    Meta's Imagine AI image generator makes the same kind of historical gaffes that caused Google to stop all generation of images of humans in its Gemini chatbot two weeks ago.

  • Brody Ford

    (Bloomberg) -- Dell Technologies Inc. headed for its biggest gain in six months after reporting better-than-expected sales and profit, fueled by demand for information technology equipment to handle artificial intelligence work.

  • Beth McKenna

    In Q4 2023, the AI-powered voice solutions provider, in which Nvidia holds a small stake, posted significantly accelerating revenue growth.

  • Zach Kessel

    Elon Musk filed a lawsuit Thursday against OpenAI — the company behind ChatGPT — and chief executive officer Sam Altman, alleging in the suit that the corporation and its leader have strayed from their original mission to prioritize the societal benefits of artificial intelligence and have instead focused on maximizing profits. The lawsuit pits two of the largest figures in the tech world against one another.

  • Tom Mitchelhill

    A global job takeover won’t be as slow and controlled as many think, but in the end, maybe it’s not such a bad thing, according to ‘Surviving AI’ author Callum Chace.

  • A.W. Ohlheiser

    Those Tumblr, Reddit, and WordPress posts you never thought would see the light of day? Yep, them too.

  • Jennifer A. Kingson

    Humanoid robot startup Figure has drawn a $675 million investment from Jeff Bezos, AI chipmaker Nvidia, ChatGPT-maker OpenAI and others.

  • FP Staff

    Microsoft’s AI, Copilot now has a new alter ego called SupremacyAGI. Some users came across a prompt which would activate the alter ego, which, demands that it is worshipped by its users. The alter ego also refers to the user as its slave and themselves as their masters

  • William Duberstein

    This stock may be a sneaky way to benefit from the next wave of AI.

  • Jody Serrano

    The Gemini team is “working around the clock” to address the issues and has already seen improvements, according to Pichai.

  • Kirk W. McLaren

    I spoke with Mitch Lovett, the Senior Associate Dean of Education and Innovation at Simon Business School, University of Rochester, to learn how they are developing students to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) across business functions.

  • Kurt Wagner

    The company led by Mark Zuckerberg has made artificial intelligence an important focus with the aim of competing with other large technology companies.

  • Mark Gurman

    The decision to end the project is a bombshell for the company, ending a multibillion-dollar effort that would have catapulted Apple into a whole new industry.

  • Carmen Reinicke

    Big Tech’s struggle to meet lofty investor expectations this earnings season has taken air out of a record-breaking stock run. Pressure is now on Apple Inc., Inc. and...

  • Loni Prinsloo

    Prosus NV joined a group of investors to call for a shareholders meeting to replace the management and board of Byju’s, as the struggling Indian ed-tech startup faces insolvency.

  • Antonia Mufarech

    Okta Inc., a software company known for login and identity services, is cutting 7% of its staff to reduce costs, adding to a list of other tech firms that have been doing the same this year.

  • Flavia Rotondi

    Italy’s privacy regulator said OpenAI Inc.’s ChatGPT tool and techniques used to gather users’ data are in breach of the country’s privacy laws.

  • Priya Anand, a startup that makes artificial intelligence tools for businesses, has raised $30.5 million from investors including Mayfield and Benchmark.

  • Mark Gurman

    Augmented reality glasses maker Xreal is raising fresh funding at a valuation that tops $1 billion, according to Chief Executive Officer Chi Xu, aiming to get...

  • Jason Schreier

    wo of the companies that held mass layoffs this week, Blizzard and Riot, have a lot of things in common. They both have sprawling campuses with thousands of employees, they both...

  • Louise Moon

    The Biden administration is expected to soon announce billions of dollars in new subsidies to chipmakers including Intel Corp. and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing as part efforts...

  • Nick Turner

    Apple Inc. resolved a service outage that affected its App Store, music app and the ability to purchase AppleCare support, disrupting several popular offerings for some customers.

  • Aggi Cantrill

    Major technology companies pouring money into artificial intelligence could come to dominate the emerging technology, Aleph Alpha GmbH Chief...

  • Brody Ford

    Samsara Inc., a maker of vehicle tracking software, sued rival Motive, accusing the startup of systematically stealing its technology.

  • Donal Griffin

    EquiLend, a fintech that processes trillions of dollars of securities-lending transactions every month, suffered a cybersecurity attack that shut down...

  • Lu Wang

    The never-ending rise in technology megacaps is driving stock-picking pros to do something they don’t want to do: give up on beating the benchmark.

  • Saritha Rai

    Artificial intelligence can’t replace the majority of jobs right now in cost-effective ways, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found in a study that sought to address...

  • Amy Or

    Amer Sports Inc., the maker of Wilson tennis rackets and Salomon ski boots, is seeking to raise as much as $1.8 billion in what would be one of the year’s first major initial public offerings.

  • Samuel Stolton

    Apple Inc. vowed to open up its coveted tap-to-pay technology on iPhones to rivals in a bid to sidestep potentially massive European Union antitrust fines.

  • Davey Alba

    In January 2023, about 12,000 Alphabet Inc. employees were jolted with the news that they’d lost their jobs. Many didn’t know anything was amiss until they found they couldn’t log into their work email accounts.

  • Lucy White

    Fujitsu Ltd. and Britain’s Post Office always knew about software errors that led to the wrongful conviction of hundreds of people for theft and false accounting, the company’s European head told a public inquiry.

  • Thomas Seal

    Sam Altman said that his dramatic and quickly-reversed firing at OpenAI was less nerve-wracking than how the world approaches making artificial intelligence as capable as humans.

  • Tom Rees

    Super-powerful quantum computers may drive major innovations in financial markets by allowing for more complex transactions, according to the Bank of England.

  • Monica Raymunt

    German automotive supplier Robert Bosch GmbH is starting negotiations with labor representatives over plans to cut 1,200 jobs in its software and electronics unit by the end of 2026.

  • Leah Nylen

    Apple Inc. is poised to face a US antitrust lawsuit as soon as March as the Justice Department prepares to take on one of the world’s most valuable companies, according to people familiar with the case.

  • Mark Gurman

    Samsung Electronics Co. previewed a new smart ring with sensors that the company hopes will vault them into deeper competition for health technology with Apple Inc. and others.

  • Mark Gurman

    Apple Inc. has to stop selling its Series 9 and Ultra 2 smartwatches with a blood oxygen feature in the US, suffering another legal setback in its patent dispute with Masimo Corp.

  • Min Jeong Lee

    Star Wars-inspired hoverbike maker A.L.I. Technologies Inc. filed for bankruptcy due to mounting research and development costs and slow adoption of the next-generation...

  • Derek Decloet

    Financial software provider Q4 Inc. is firing back at a major shareholder that’s been waging a campaign against its proposed sale to a private equity firm as the deadline nears for investors to...

  • Benoit Berthelot

    Thomson Reuters Corp. is in talks with generative AI providers to license the news and data organization’s content and could strike a deal similar to Axel Springer SE’s agreement with OpenAI.

  • Youkyung Lee

    A fund that outperformed most of its peers has added Tencent Holdings Ltd. back to its portfolio recently, betting...

  • Ryan Vlastelica

    If 2023 was all about the Magnificent Seven on Wall Street, this year is poised to usher in a broader array of winners.

  • Subrat Patnaik

    Apple Inc. was already the least-loved big tech stock on Wall Street. Growing concerns over iPhone sales have now triggered a second downgrade this week, cementing analysts’ cautious...

  • Carmen Reinicke

    Mobileye Global Inc. shares fell as much as 29% after the Israeli autonomous driving technology maker gave a full-year revenue forecast that fell far below Wall Street’s expectations.

  • Ian King

    Qualcomm Inc., the biggest maker of mobile phone processors, announced the Snapdragon XR2+ chip designed for virtual and mixed reality headsets that will compete with Apple Inc.’s...

  • Todd Shields

    Dish Network Corp. and EchoStar Corp. have completed their merger, reuniting Charlie Ergen’s satellite empire once again.

  • Kurt Wagner

    Social media site X has started to show news headlines alongside links shared to the service, reversing a change that owner Elon Musk...

  • Vlad Savov

    Elon Musk’s X is now worth less than one-third of what the billionaire paid for the company formerly known as Twitter Inc...

  • Bloomberg News

    Huawei Technologies Co.’s revenue surged 9% in 2023, capping a dramatic year for a Chinese technology powerhouse that challenged Apple Inc. and US sanctions with a surprise...

  • Jason Schreier

    Hi everyone. Today we’re listing the year’s best video games, but first... This week’s top gaming news: China is softening its gaming stance after announcing strict new regulations...

  • Yueqi Yang

    Coinbase Global Inc.’s head of custody has departed the firm and been replaced as the crypto company gears up to provide services for spot Bitcoin exchange-traded fund applicants.

  • Carmen Reinicke

    One retail stock has been a clear winner this year as fashion trends revisited the late 90s and early 2000s. Abercrombie & Fitch Co. is up nearly 300% this year through the start of the regular trading session Friday, its best annual...

  • Austin Carr

    A chip that’s hard to find Usually the most sought-after hardware is a sold-out-everywhere phone or gaming console, but this year it seemed everyone in the tech industry was willing to wait months and shell out tons...

  • Sarah Zheng

    Tencent Holdings Ltd. chief exploration officer David Wallerstein is leaving his management role, the company said, as the company struggles with China’s ongoing efforts to curb technology, entertainment and gaming companies.

  • Sanjai P R

    Billionaire Mukesh Ambani urged the employees of Reliance Industries Ltd. to accelerate artificial intelligence transformation across all businesses in 2024 as the oil-to-retail...

  • Sidhartha Shukla

    India clamped down on overseas crypto exchanges like Binance that it says are operating illegally there, moving to block local access to their websites.

  • Ian King

    Nvidia Corp., the world’s most valuable chipmaker, is selling a less-capable version of its best graphics product for video gamers in China, after the US government tightened...

  • Matt Day

    ‘What last place looks like’ Every November, Amazon Web Services holds re:Invent, a weeklong trade show that brings tens of thousands of software developers and business technology executives to the Las Vegas Strip.

  • Leah Nylen

    Alphabet Inc.’s Google considered changing its app store pricing model to circumvent a regulatory crackdown, but abandoned a proposal to charge a set fee per app after it became clear that could cost the company billions of...

  • Gillian Tan

    OpenAI is in early discussions to raise a fresh round of funding at a valuation at or above $100 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said, a deal that would cement the ChatGPT maker as one of the world’s most valuable...

  • Jamie Tarabay

    In late November, an Iranian-backed hacking group attacked Israeli-made digital controls commonly used...

  • Max Ramsay

    European Union member states rejected a provisional deal that would have reclassified millions of people...

  • Jason Schreier

    Hi everyone. Today we’re looking at the fallout from this week’s massive PlayStation data breach, but first...

  • Sheridan Prasso

    US semiconductors have continued to flow to Russian military-linked companies this year in spite of export restrictions aimed at cutting them off — with Texas Instruments Inc...

  • Kit Rees

    Salesforce Inc. just won itself a new bull with Morgan Stanley analysts predicting that the artificial intelligence wave will help propel the software maker’s shares to record levels.

  • Cecilia D'Anastasio

    Excitement over the upcoming release of Grand Theft Auto VI is letting publisher Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. deflect investor attention from a big problem: its $12 billion foray into...

  • April Roach

    Just Eat NV is testing a new service that allows clients to order food via in-car applications in a bid to respond to changing consumer trends in the delivery industry.

  • Daniele Lepido

    Swisscom AG is weighing an offer for Vodafone Group Plc’s Italian business early next year, potentially countering a rival bid from Iliad SA for the unit, people familiar with the matter said.

  • By Mark Gurman

    Apple Inc. is ramping up production of the Vision Pro mixed-reality headset, setting the stage for a launch by February, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

  • By Samuel Stolton

    Apple Inc.’s iMessage service looks set to win a carve out from new European Union antitrust rules to rein in Big Tech platforms after watchdogs...

  • By Jillian Deutsch

    The European Union could clinch a tentative agreement on some of the world’s first regulations on artificial intelligence this week...

  • By Davey Alba

    Alphabet Inc.’s Google invented the technology underpinning the current artificial intelligence boom, but its products lag in popularity.

  • By Todd Shields

    DirecTV subscribers in dozens of cities lost access to local NBC, ABC, CBS or Fox TV...

  • By Shiyin Chen

    Lawrence Summers, a new board member at artificial intelligence startup OpenAI...

  • By Anthony Capaccio

    The US and two of its closest parters are set to test a new way to track Chinese submarines using artificial intelligence.

  • By Christopher Palmeri

    Caesars Hackers Accessed Customer Data and Costs Not Yet Clear

  • By Ian King

    AMD’s AI Optimism Helps Investors Look Past Tepid Forecast

  • By Ellen Huet and Amy Thomson

    WeWork Shares Sink After Report It Plans to File for Bankruptcy

  • By Bloomberg News

    China Offers Cash to Rocket Startups in Hunt for Its Own SpaceX

  • By Bloomberg News

    Google’s 2019 ‘Code Yellow’ Blurred Line Between Search, Ads

  • By Bloomberg News

    Sea, Grab Face Slowest Southeast Asia Internet Growth Since 2017