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UK regulators block Microsoft’s attempt to consolidate a gaming behemoth, sending Activision Blizzard stock spiraling. Microsoft faces a tough antitrust fight.

VC firms scramble to keep money flowing to climate tech: After a pandemic-era funding boom, economic uncertainty threatens to undermine climate innovation. Recognizing the ROI, VC firms are taking action.

The world's largest chipmaker forecast a 16% sales tumble in Q2 as the tech sector slows down. Its plans for new factory locations could be in peril.

Expensive headsets aside, Apple already has the necessary developer, app, gaming, fitness, and streaming video ecosystems to build its next big thing.

Cost-of-living pressures and stiffening competition are forcing savers to look harder for better rates. Here’s how banks can gain an edge.

Declining demand and rising costs are taking a toll. Samsung and Apple dominate the premium segment, leaving room for budget brands to thrive in emerging markets.

Several retailers look to harness generative AI’s potential: Instacart, Walmart, and Levi Strauss are among those testing potential use cases for the emerging technology.

Citing security concerns, the bill now goes to Gov. Greg Gianforte, who banned TikTok on state-owned devices. TikTok is pushing back, but other states could accelerate all-out bans.

China still has some clout as the biggest chip market in the world, and the restrictions could spur competition and growth in domestic semiconductor production.

Google, Musk, and OpenAI moves show corporate Darwinism in AI race: As tech gets closer to the holy grail of AGI, it’s getting harder for companies to apply the brakes.

With Bedrock, Amazon courts an array of AI startups: The platform offers a smorgasbord of generative AI tools for enterprise. But moves by Databricks and Meta could take model training in-house.

A big cloud services drought could amount to involuntary AI slowdown: Cloud server chips and energy supplies buckle under the weight of generative AI demands, adding to monopoly likelihood.

The sector that spearheaded the pandemic’s remote work shift is struggling with bringing workers back to offices—employees feel happier and more productive working remotely.

Rivals are likely to spring up for Bloomberg’s recently unveiled generative AI platform. But they won’t have access to its Terminals' data.

Pentagon breach is a new low for social media: A classified document leak on Discord, Telegram, and Twitter has serious geopolitical implications. If platforms don’t take action, public sentiment might flatline.

Samsung has a golden opportunity to reverse its misfortune: Profits have plunged as inflationary pressures put its US expansion in jeopardy. Outdoing Nvidia on chips is a winning strategy.

Unreported attacks could lead to fines and penalties from government regulators, legal liability for damages to the victims, and an increase in future breaches.

Activision Blizzard one of many deals in geopolitical crosshairs: China is leveraging its antitrust review process to strike back over sanctions. Economic fallout for US companies could hinder tech innovation.

Walmart ramps up automation to lower fulfillment costs: The retailer is investing in technology to optimize inventory planning and delivery speed.