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Samantha Proyrungtong, co-owner of an artisan food shop in downtown Bangkok, keeps three phones and a laptop glued to Facebook and Softbank Group-backed Line Corp’s social-media app throughout the workday.
(Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd snatched back the crown from Apple as the world's biggest smartphone producer, accounting for a fifth of overall global sales in the first quarter, market research firm Canalys said https://www.canalys.com/newsroom/canalys-worldwide-smartphone-market-Q1-2021.
(Reuters) -Apple Inc on Wednesday posted sales and profits ahead of Wall Street expectations fueled by 5G iPhone upgrades but warned a global chip shortage could dent iPads and Mac sales by several billion dollars.
(Reuters) - Global tech show CES, held every year in January in Las Vegas, will return to the physical world in 2022, but organizer Consumer Technology Association said on Wednesday it will be smaller as COVID-19-related travel restrictions are likely to keep companies and crowds at bay.
(Reuters) - Texas Instruments Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue on Tuesday, thanks to strong demand for its chips used in personal electronic gadgets such as televisions and PCs.
As the e-waste Malaysia generates balloons, experts are calling for measures to be taken to reduce and reuse, turning e-waste into something valuable.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission on Wednesday announced tough draft rules governing the use of artificial intelligence (AI), including hefty fines for violations, a ban on surveillance with a few exceptions and strict safeguards for high risk AI applications.
Microsoft on April 19 began a trial run of letting people play Xbox cloud games using Apple mobile devices as well as Windows-powered computers.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Hoping to capitalise on a surge in demand for home deliveries, a Singapore technology company has deployed a pair of robots to bring residents their groceries in one part of the city state.
The two conferences traditionally draw thousands of developers eager to see new products and features related to Android and iOS.