The Biden administration has tightened the noose around Huawei’s phone business, restricting access to older technology.
The US Federal Aviation Administration has implemented safeguards to prevent database errors that grounded flights in January.
Intel’s recovery hit a major speedbump Friday as the company saw $8 billion of its market value wiped away, surprising analysts.
Big Blue is joining the list of tech companies laying off employees, announcing it would cut 3,900 jobs.
PayPal is in the crosshairs of German regulators over concerns that it used its market dominance to stifle competition.
Microsoft’s troubles with its Activision Blizzard deal are about to get worse, with the EU poised to give the company an antitrust warning.
Google may be hesitant to deploy a ChatGPT-like version of its search engine, but Microsoft sees it as a way to better compete.
Tesla has been fined $2.2 million for not disclosing conditions in which the range of Tesla EVs may be less than advertised.
Apple Japan must pay some $98 million in back taxes after tourists bought iPhones and were incorrectly exempted from paying taxes.
China is taking major steps to improve its semiconductor industry, preparing a $143 billion package to boost its self sufficiency.
Microsoft is working to preemptively address an EU antitrust complaint by Slack regarding its Microsoft Teams dominance.
China has passed new rules to reign in deepfakes and the impact they can have on ordinary people.
Snap appears to be doing an about-face on remote work, requiring the majority of employees in-office in February.
Yandex N.V., the Dutch holding company behind Yandex, plans to divest itself of the Russian company as a result of the war in Ukraine.
Zoom has come a long way since its heyday during the pandemic, with its stock down 90% and challenging growth prospects ahead.
MediaTek, one of the world’s leading smartphone chipmakers, is open to the possibility of moving away from Taiwan, at least ‘incrementally.’
Nvidia is designing an advanced chip for the Chinese market that are designed to be compliant with US restrictions.