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08/25/201610:30AMDJNChina Moves to Ease Foreign Concerns on Cybersecurity Controls
China is taking a more inclusive tack in imposing cybersecurity standards on foreign technology companies, allowing them to join a key government committee in an effort to ease foreign concerns over planned domestically-set controls. The committee under the government's powerful cyberspace administration is in charge... More...>>
08/25/20167:06AMDJNToday's Top Supply Chain and Logistics News From WSJ
By Paul Page Sign up:With one click, get this newsletter delivered to your inbox. The expanded Panama Canal is already having an impact on U.S. trade. The first shipment of liquefied natural gas from the U.S. to China arrived at a Yantian shipping terminal this week, the WSJ's Jenny Hsu reports, effectively opening... More...>>
08/24/20163:04AMDJNChip Rivals Make New Challenge on Intel -- WSJ
IBM to reveal new line of microprocessors as AMD touts its Zen processor technology By Don Clark Few companies enjoy the kind of dominance Intel Corp. does in chips for the computers found in data centers. But competitors keep trying to pry open its server stronghold, with International Business Machines Corp. the latest... More...>>
08/23/20164:31PMDJNIBM, AMD and Others Plan Assault on Intel's Chip Dominance
By Don Clark Few companies enjoy the kind of dominance Intel Corp. does in chips for the computers found in data centers. But competitors keep trying to pry open its server stronghold, with International Business Machines Corp. the latest to brandish a new tool. IBM, at a Silicon Valley technical conference on Tuesday... More...>>
08/22/20163:03AMDJNHP Prepares Long-Term Wagers -- WSJ
By Don Clark Growth has always been golden in Silicon Valley, and HP Inc. hopes to prove it isn't the only definition of success. Analysts expect the former Hewlett-Packard Co. printing-and-personal-computer business to continue a recent pattern of revenue declines when it reports quarterly financial results on Wednesday... More...>>
08/18/20168:40AMDJNSamsung Shares Hit Record High
SEOUL—After three years of struggle, shares of Samsung Electronics Co. roared to an all-time closing high on Thursday, capping a 30% rally this year that underscores the technology giant's improved fortunes. Shares of the world's largest maker of smartphones by shipments jumped 4.7% to finish the day at... More...>>
08/17/20165:10PMDJNCisco Plans to Cut 5,500 Workers
Cisco Systems Inc. said it would shed 5,500 employees—7% of its workforce—in the networking company's latest reaction to a shift in its core market from hardware to software. The planned reduction renews a pattern of midsummer moves to reduce costs and make room to hire employees with new talents. Cisco's... More...>>
08/17/20164:10PMDJNIntel Unveils Plans for Artificial-Intelligence Chips
Intel Corp. signaled it wants a bigger role in artificial intelligence, revealing plans to modify a line of chips to target a fast-growing market turning into a battleground for technology suppliers. The company told technology developers Wednesday that it plans next year to deliver a new version of the Xeon Phi processor—a... More...>>
08/17/20164:06PMDJNIntel Unveils Plans for Artificial-Intelligence Chips
By Don Clark Intel Corp. signaled it wants a bigger role in artificial intelligence, revealing plans to modify a line of chips to target a fast-growing market turning into a battleground for technology suppliers. The company told technology developers Wednesday that it plans next year to deliver a new version of the Xeon... More...>>
08/16/20167:20PMDJNFacebook's Point System Fails to Close Diversity Gap
Two years ago, Facebook Inc. offered its in-house recruiters an incentive to help diversify its largely white, largely male workforce. Previously, recruiters were awarded one point for every new hire. Under the new system, they could earn 1.5 points for a so-called "diversity hire"—a black, Hispanic or... More...>>
08/16/20162:40PMDJNIntel Shows Off 'Project Alloy' Virtual-Reality Headset
SAN FRANCISCO—Intel Corp. stepped up an effort to shape the fast-moving market for virtual-reality technology, demonstrating an unusual headset prototype it hopes other companies will manufacture and sell. The chip maker, which also announced plans to collaborate with Microsoft Corp. in the field, said its "Project... More...>>
08/16/20162:34PMDJNIntel Shows Off 'Project Alloy' Virtual-Reality Headset
By Don Clark SAN FRANCISCO -- Intel Corp. stepped up an effort to shape the fast-moving market for virtual-reality technology, demonstrating an unusual headset prototype it hopes other companies will manufacture and sell. The chip maker, which also announced plans to collaborate with Microsoft Corp. in the field, said... More...>>
08/11/20166:30PMDJNNvidia Tops Sales Guidance, Gives Strong Outlook
Nvidia Corp. said its second-quarter profit surged as the chip maker exceeded its revenue guidance and saw strong demand for its new products. Nvidia shares rose 2.5% to $61.17 in after-hours trading. Nvidia projects revenue of $1.68 billion, plus or minus 2%, for the third quarter. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters projected... More...>>
08/10/20165:55PMDJNDiversity at Intel Is a Work in Progress
By Georgia Wells Intel Corp. on Wednesday said the percentage of blacks and Hispanics in the chip giant's workforce has changed little in the 18 months since the company pledged to increase diversity, highlighting a challenge for large tech companies. Intel said the share of Hispanics among its U.S. workers fell to... More...>>
08/10/20163:03AMDJNIntel Deal Shows Pull Of Artificial Intelligence -- WSJ
By Don Clark Technology companies are hurriedly snapping up startups in the field of artificial intelligence, and Intel Corp. is the latest to join a buying spree fueled by one of the hottest trends in the tech sector. The chip maker on Tuesday announced plans to pay an undisclosed amount for Nervana Systems, a 48-employee... More...>>
08/09/20164:40PMDJNIntel, Apple Add to Artificial-Intelligence Deal Wave
Tech giants are hurriedly snapping up startups in the field of artificial intelligence, with Intel Corp. the latest to join a buying spree fueled by one of the hottest trends in the tech sector. The chip giant on Tuesday announced plans to pay an undisclosed amount for Nervana Systems, a 48-employee company working on... More...>>
08/09/20164:29PMDJNIntel, Apple Add to Artificial-Intelligence Deal Wave
By Don Clark Tech giants are hurriedly snapping up startups in the field of artificial intelligence, with Intel Corp. the latest to join a buying spree fueled by one of the hottest trends in the tech sector. The chip giant on Tuesday announced plans to pay an undisclosed amount for Nervana Systems, a 48-employee company... More...>>
08/03/20168:37PMDJNIntel Recalls Basis Peak Smartwatches Due to Overheating
By Don Clark and Georgia Wells Intel Corp. said it is recalling all Basis Peak smartwatches because of overheating issues, a setback for the chip maker's high-profile embrace of wearable technology. The Silicon Valley giant asked customers to return the fitness-tracking devices for a refund of the unit price, sales... More...>>
07/27/20164:20AMDJNARM Profit Up but Misses Forecasts
LONDON—ARM Holdings PLC, in its first earnings report since Japanese telecommunications giant SoftBank Group Corp. agreed to acquire the British chip designer for $32 billion last week, reported a second-quarter rise in revenue and profit. Revenue in the three months ended June 30 rose to $387.6 million, an increase... More...>>
07/26/20163:20PMDJNMobileye Ends Partnership With Tesla
Auto-safety supplier Mobileye N.V., is ending its supply agreement with Tesla Motors Inc. following a high-profile traffic fatality in May that has been connected to semi-autonomous technology it sold to the Silicon Valley electric-vehicle maker. Mobileye supplies camera-based advanced driver-assistance safety systems... More...>>
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