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(Reuters) - Nvidia Corp's dreams of acquiring British chip technology provider Arm for a hefty price of over $80 billion may not materialize, but analysts believe the chipmaker has plenty to focus on as it pushes into the metaverse.
Nvidia's plans to buy out fellow chip designer Arm continues to flounder, as antitrust bodies and competitors move to block the deal.
SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Thursday sued to block U.S. chip company Nvidia Corp's more than $80 billion planned acquisition of British chip technology provider Arm, adding to already significant global regulatory challenges of the deal.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Meta Platforms Inc's Facebook asked a U.S. court on Wednesday to dismiss and not allow the refiling of an antitrust lawsuit by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission which urges a court to demand that the company sell two big subsidiaries.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee voted on Wednesday to advance law professor and privacy advocate Alvaro Bedoya's nomination to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
(Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recommended filing a lawsuit against Amazon.com Inc over privacy and data security breaches in the e-commerce giant's home security unit, Ring, earlier this year, the Information reported on Monday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Four big unions, including the Service Employees International Union and the Teamsters, urged the U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Monday to oppose Amazon.com's plan to buy Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, saying it would reduce competition in the streaming video market.
Part of the growth in scams, may have to do with people losing their jobs and needing the sort of quick cash touted by the crypto scammers. Also, people are on social media more, and see more posts advertising the scams.
Right-to-repair advocates hope that Apple's change will serve as a wedge into the restrictive practices of other companies, some of which have been waging years-long battles to protect their stranglehold on repairs.
Apple has long been a target for right-to-repair advocates because of its practice of locking down its software so that parts are encoded to a specific device.