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Apple's holiday iPhone sales surge despite supply shortages

Apple shook off supply shortages that have curtailed production of iPhones and other popular devices to deliver its most profitable holiday season yet Read More


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Rights group says Lebanese staffer targeted with NSO spyware

Human Rights Watch says one of its senior staff members was targeted last year with spyware designed by the Israeli hacker-for hire company NSO Group More »


Samsung reports robust profit based on chip strength

Samsung Electronics Co. says its operating profit for the last quarter rose by more than 53% from the same period last year as it continued to thrive during the pandemic while relying on its dual strength in parts and finished products More »


Executive overseeing investments leaves Japan's SoftBank

Marcelo Claure, who joined SoftBank Group after turning around one of its key investments, office-sharing business WeWork, is leaving More »


Microsoft profits up 21%, giving cushion for gaming push

Demand for Microsoft’s cloud-computing services and work software helped boost its quarterly profits by 21% as the pandemic continued to keep many office workers at home More »


Google to invest $1 billion to push India's digitalization

Google plans to invest up to $1 billion in partnership with India’s Airtel for providing affordable access to smartphones to over a billion Indians and accelerating the cloud ecosystem for businesses More »


EU watchdog clears Facebook's purchase of Kustomer startup

European Union regulators have approved Facebook parent Meta’s purchase of customer service startup Kustomer, after the social network made concessions to ease concerns the deal wouldn’t squeeze out rivals More »


EU court annuls Intel's 2009 billion euro antitrust fine

Chipmaker Intel has scored a decisive legal victory in a long-running battle against European Union competition watchdogs More »


‘Sold by Amazon’ program ends following state investigation

Amazon will end its “Sold by Amazon” program after an investigation by Washington state’s attorney general found it was anticompetitive and violated antitrust laws More »


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