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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.

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.

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.

Social media newcomer Lemon8 racked up about 64,000 US downloads per day, on average, in recent weeks, according to Apptopia. The platform, which comes from TikTok owner ByteDance, capitalizes on the shopability of photos and short videos with its Pinterest-meets-Instagram format.

Google is accused of offering benefits to developers who put their apps only on Google Play. Could more regulation and fines follow?

Apple’s MacBook mostly dodged holiday weakness a few quarters ago, but shipments fell 40.5% compared to the first three months of 2022. This trend could continue throughout the year.

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.

Over the past month, we’ve seen ad updates from all the major players, from Meta’s generative AI ads to Google’s attempts to decrease clutter. Here’s what they mean for advertisers.

The company is shedding dozens of jobs while giving employees a chance to be rehired, revealing it is far more resilient than other Big Tech companies.

50% of Americans support a government ban on TikTok, with higher support among Republicans and older Americans. Continued scrutiny could be TikTok’s downfall.

QVC and HSN’s parent company makes a play for younger consumers: Qurate’s new Sune mobile app features a personalized video feed to drive product discovery.

The chipmaking giant is appealing for its government to shore up production on key manufacturing equipment to better compete with the US and China.

The threat of a TikTok ban is enough to make waves: ByteDance, Meta, and Chinese competitor Kuaishou are all taking steps to anticipate a ban.

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.