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A ring shimmers on display at the Consumer Electronics Show, but this is no mere piece of jewelry – it’s packed with sensors capable of detecting body temperature, respiration and much more.
HONG KONG: Asian stocks fell on Wednesday as higher U.S. Treasury yields weighed on global tech firms and pushed the dollar to a five-year high against Japan's yen.
(Reuters) - Japan's Sony Group Corp plans to launch a company this spring to examine entering the electric vehicle market, looking to harness its strengths in entertainment and sensors to play a bigger role in next-generation mobility.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is likely to post a record fourth-quarter profit thanks to solid demand for server memory chips and higher margins in contract manufacturing, analysts' estimates showed. Operating profit for the world's biggest memory chip and smartphone maker likely hit 15.2 trillion won ($12.7 billion) in the quarter ended December, according to a Refinitiv SmartEstimate from 14 analysts, weighted toward those who are more consistently accurate. That would be up 68% from 9.05 trillion won a year earlier and narrowly beat the previous Q4 record profit of 15.15 trillion won reported in 2017.
(Reuters) - Intel Corp on Tuesday said that it has started shipping new graphics chips aimed at PC gamers, a growing segment that has long eluded the chipmaker and is dominated by larger rival Nvidia Corp.
US manufacturing cools but Malaysia and globally factories take Omicron risks in their stride for now
LONDON/TOKYO: Global manufacturing activity remained strong in December as factories took rising cases of the new Omicron coronavirus variant in their stride, although persistent supply constraints and rising costs clouded the outlook for some economies.
After an entirely virtual edition in 2021, CES 2022 is set to be a hybrid event. While many startups will be present on site, most of the biggest and hotly anticipated brands will unveil their new products via online events.
While the development of this virtual world sounds exciting, it is still early days.
As there are now billions of Internet users globally, experts say there is an urgent need to reduce carbon emissions to prevent a rise in global temperatures that could lead to extreme weather changes.