Intel CEO: Semiconductor Shortage Won’t End Until 2023

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger had bad news for everyone hoping the semiconductor shortage would end soon, saying it won’t happened until 2023.

Vladimir Putin Signals Support for Cryptocurrencies

Russian President Vladimir Putin has come out in support of cryptocurrencies, at a time when Russia is the third-biggest crypto mining country.

Google Lowers Third-Party Cloud Marketplace Fees

Google Cloud has made a major change in hopes of being more competitive, slashing the commission it charges for third-party cloud app sales.

Tencent and NetEase Stocks Take a Hit After China’s Gaming Ban

Tencent and NetEase have both taken a hit to their stock price following China’s decision to limit how much time minors can spend gaming.

PayPal Rumored to Be Exploring a Stock-Trading Platform

PayPal is rumored to be looking at the possibility of creating a stock-trading platform in a bid to challenge rivals.

Microsoft Snags Charlie Bell, Former AWS Heavyweight

Microsoft has scored a big win, snagging Charlie Bell just two week after he left rival AWS.

Bosch Calls for Reinventing Automotive Semiconductor Supply Chain

Bosch, the world’s largest automotive parts supplier, is calling for changes in how the supply chain operates as a result of the semiconductor crisis.

TSMC Is Now Asia’s Most Valuable Company, Leapfrogging Tencent

TSMC has passed Tencent to become Asia’s most valuable company, a testament to TSMC’s ascendance and Tencent’s troubles at home.

Bitcoin Rally Drives Crypto Market Back to $2 Trillion Valuation

Bitcoin has rallied enough to drive the cryptocurrency market back above $2 trillion for the first time since May.

Facebook Delays Return to Office Until 2022

Facebook is the latest company to push back its return-to-office date, shooting for January 2022 amid the Delta surge.