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TOKYO (Reuters) - Sony Group Corp said on Wednesday its PlayStation 5 (PS5) gaming console has sold more than 10 million units since launching last November, outstripping sales of its predecessor even as the Japanese firm grapples with a global chip shortage.
(Reuters) -Uber Technologies Inc's trucking business is buying transportation logistics company Transplace for about $2.25 billion from private equity firm TPG Capital, in a deal that is expected to speed up the unit's path to profitability.
BERLIN (Reuters) -Shares in SAP fell on Wednesday, with investors disappointed that the German business software group's revenue and profit outlook had not been lifted further.
LONDON (Reuters) - More than 80% of large companies in Britain are scaling up their quantum computing capabilities, making the country a leader in deploying the nascent technology to solve complex problems, according to research by Accenture.
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(Reuters) - Dutch navigation and digital mapping company TomTom on Thursday cut its 2021 outlook, amid a global shortage in semiconductor chips that has disrupted auto supply chains and should eat into its revenues from carmakers.
In its earliest iteration, the Cyberspace Administration of China used to police the country’s Internet for pornography and sensitive content online. Now, the low-profile agency holds the future of IPO-hungry tech firms in its hands.
“Zombie” devices linked to the Internet, and infected with malware that allow hackers to control them and launch cyberattacks, have tripled their numbers in Singapore amid the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the latest government findings.
India is growing increasingly assertive in its efforts to control online communications, challenging Twitter and Facebook’s practices and threatening to set a precedent that could extend far beyond its borders.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bipartisan group of U.S. senators on Thursday proposed a 25% tax credit for investments in semiconductor manufacturing as Congress works to increase U.S. chip production.