FTT falls from $25 to $2.50, while Bitcoin shed over $5,000 in valuation since last week
Nintendo revises Switch forecast, announces joint venture with DeNA, updates best-selling games list and more
Nintendo has sold more than 114 million Switch consoles since launch
The next wave of computing
"I take responsibility"
Twitter is expensive
The ad-supported tier arrives next month
China is slowing down its processors to comply with US sanctions, Nvidia unveils less-powerful chip for the same reason
Nvidia's A800 is an alternative to the A100 for Chinese customers
Console supply constraints and other factors draw some Japanese users towards PC
Already nearly 2x the speed of PCIe 4.0 SSDs
iPhone 14 Pro models could be hard to find this holiday season
A hot potato: Expressing a bipartisan concern about China surveillance on US citizens, FCC commissioner Brendan Carr wants a national ban against the TikTok app. However, TikTok is not giving in and is still looking forward to an agreement with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).
Lyft is preparing for a probable recession and increasing insurance costs
Admin and clerical staff avoid the sanctions
Musk is not a fan of remote work
Faces up to 25 years in prison after pleading guilty in federal court
Recovery is expected in 2023, but it'll be softer than anticipated
Even if Microsoft gets Call of Duty, it might not appear on Game Pass for years
The most power-efficient memory technology for smartphones
Why it matters: The US government is once again meeting with global partners to try and develop an effective strategy to fight (and win) the war against ransomware. Tech companies like Microsoft are joining as well, bringing their valuable, first-hand expertise to the table.
Isolated employees have been climbing the facility's fence to escape
In context: Manufacturing giant Foxconn has responded to a video circulated on Twitter claiming that eight people in a dormitory at its Zhengzhou, China, factory have died due to a Covid-19 outbreak. The facility, its main iPhone production plant in the country, is in the middle of a Covid lockdown, but Foxconn claims nobody has died and the video has been "maliciously edited."
Call of Duty won't become an Xbox/PC exclusive, says Phil Spencer
New law could eventually force iOS to allow sideloading
Cars are still less than 10% revenue for most chip companies