Apple stock was down over 9 percent overnight and continued the downward trend in trading this morning, bringing the stock price down a total of 38 percent since October. This, after the company halted trading yesterday to provide lower guidance for upcoming earnings. As the iPhone upgrade market softened, it was having a big impact on
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A Russian e-commerce website has published detailed specifications and prices of what seem to be AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 3000-series processor lineup. There appear to be at least seven models, codenamed ‘Matisse’ in keeping with AMD’s new artist-inspired naming scheme. Most interestingly, AMD seems to have decided to adopt a new tier in its naming scheme,
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Apple on Thursday announced that App Store spending between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve topped $1.22 billion (roughly Rs. 8,500 crores). Customers also spent over $322 million (roughly Rs. 2,250 crores) on New Year’s Day alone and broke a new single-day record. Notably, the announcement comes as an aftermath of the disquieting revenue forecast
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Verily, Alphabet’s life sciences division, on Thursday announced a $1 billion (roughly Rs. 7,000 crores) investment round led by private equity firm Silver Lake. Alphabet Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat and Silver Lake Managing Director Egon Durban will be nominated to Verily’s operating board, the company said. Verily’s existing board members include Chief Executive Andrew Conrad,
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Samsung always has a huge presence at CES, but it isn’t the giant TVs and flashy next-generation gadgets that have my attention this year; it’s this simple, flexible monitor that looks like it would be right at home in any workspace. It’s called the Space Monitor, presumably because it gives you space, not because it’s
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The only kids programming language worth using, Scratch, just celebrated the launch of Scratch 3.0, an update that adds some interesting new functionality to the powerful open source tool. Scratch, for those without school aged children, is a block-based programming language that lets you make little games and “cartoons” with sprites and animated figures. The
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Wistron, a Taiwan-based contract manufacturer, has reportedly revealed that it is expanding its investment in India to increase the production capacity of its plant in Narasapura, an industrial area located about 50 kilometres away from Bengaluru. The company is said to be looking to finish the first-phase expansion of the Narasapura plant within the first
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Laptops have become more powerful and compact than ever before. A steep increase in CPU performance is facilitated by chips that are ever more densely packed with transistors. In parallel, slimmer cases pack an increasing number of processors and stronger graphics cards support bigger screens with higher resolutions. These developments come at a cost: excess heat.
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Susie Kim thinks the women gamers are out there. As general manager for a championship e-sports team, she would know. She’s not surprised none of them are on her roster. The Entertainment Software Association reported this year that 45 percent of US gamers are female, yet women make up a scant portion of the professional e-sports
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Well, what have we here? If it isn’t the Samsung Galaxy S10, courtesy of perennial smartphone outer, EVLeaks. This marks one the first good looks we’ve got at the phone, which is likely due out in a couple of months at Mobile World Congress. It’s a pretty rough photo — the icons are all blurred
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Canon debuted its first full-frame mirrorless camera, the EOS R, in September this year, and it was launched in India towards the end of the month. Canon’s entry into the full-frame mirrorless space is testament to a growing demand for smaller and lighter full-frame cameras. Portability and versatility are the needs of the hour, and Canon doesn’t want
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A Russian e-commerce website has published detailed specifications and prices of what seem to be AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 3000-series processor lineup. There appear to be at least seven models, codenamed ‘Matisse’ in keeping with AMD’s new artist-inspired naming scheme. Most interestingly, AMD seems to have decided to adopt a new tier in its naming scheme,
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Apple cut its revenue outlook for the latest quarter Wednesday, citing steeper-than-expected “economic deceleration” in China and emerging markets. The rare revenue warnings from Apple suggested weaker-than-anticipated sales of iPhones and other gadgetry, in part because of trade frictions between Washington and Beijing. Apple shares slid some 7.6 percent in after-hours trade on the news.
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It’s on like Donkey Kong! We’ll be seeing you next week on January 9, 2019 at 6:00 PM where we’ll mingle and run a full TC pitchoff with a bunch of great hardware companies. I’ve added 40 extra tickets so hurry! The event will be held at Work In Progress, 317 South 6th Street. Special
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Apple had some bad news tonight. It was so bad in fact that it had to halt trading for a time while posting a grim report that its numbers would be lower than it had forecast at the last quarterly earnings report in November. Apple blamed faltering sales in Asia, particularly in China, for the adjustment,
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