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Splitting into six companies makes each business unit more competitive while reducing regulatory oversight, which could help increase profits.

Apple leads businesses leaning on China: The brewing tech cold war notwithstanding, companies like Apple need to rely on established supply chains. Continued foreign partnerships are essential to China’s recovery.

Bing's ChatGPT integration is boosting its usage, challenging Google in the AI-driven search market: Microsoft shares are up, and the incumbent’s ad revenues could be impacted.

Recent attacks plaguing US companies have become increasingly aggressive, with hackers using phone calls, emails, and other methods. The FBI might have answers.

A TikTok ban would put influencer payment policies to the test: YouTube and Instagram are eyed as alternative platforms as the TikTok debate heats up.

As mobile networks grow and improve, consumers adopt more 5G devices. This, in turn, encourages telecoms to continue their 5G investments and try to get an edge over the competitors with services that meet 5G’s early hype.

Gamers who grew up on PC and console games are seeking sophistication in their mobile hybrid-casual games, AAA titles, and multiplayer mobile games. We dive into the future of gaming.

Uber taps in to OOH and self-serve ads as its ad empire expands: Advertisers can now display car-top ads on 3,500 cars in several US cities, targeted by ZIP code.

5G mobile service revenues will reach $310 billion globally this year, according to Juniper Research. In 2027, that figure will rise more than twofold to $625 billion, as the world upgrades from 3G and 4G.

Dish Network is still reeling from ransomware attack: With various services and websites offline and their stock hitting a 14-year low, the window for Dish to resolve its ransomware-related outage is closing.

Generative AI is a content moderation threat multiplier: Apple and Blix face off over AI-generated content restrictions for the App Store. We can expect controversy to escalate as legal liability looms.

Private 5G partnership could boost enterprise adoption: The rise in ransomware and security exploits in enterprise will accelerate private 5G solutions. Provider consolidation can go a long way in gaining adoption.

Most smart wearable users in the US are between ages 18 and 44, but the fastest-growing audience is older.

Across generations, the majority of US adults are concerned about the privacy of their health data within smartphone apps, according to Morning Consult. While the percentage of those with concerns has declined for all except Gen Z since 2021, older adults are still more likely to have this worry.

Satellite connectivity segment emerges from MWC 2023: Apple’s iPhone 14 may have ushered in the ability to access satellites for emergency communications, but the technology is now ripe for wider mainstream applications.

Chinese smartphone brands front and center at MWC 2023: The smartphone duopoly may rule North America, but innovative handsets are expected to make waves in Europe and the rest of the world.

TikTok leverages major activations for the Super Bowl and Lionsgate: The new format will have big advertisers eager to participate, but the pop-ups are a problem.

Regulatory pressure mounts in EU: The European Commission is following in the footsteps of various US agencies, states, and schools by banning the TikTok app on devices. Will the rest of Europe comply?

Gen Z’s love of Apple is its secret weapon: The cohort should help it build its advertising business for years to come

Film and TV companies are expanding into video games: Whether it’s mobile games, mid-budget indie titles, or mega-franchise blockbusters, Hollywood’s next frontier is gaming.