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No single digital currency will dominate global transactions if central banks strive to enhance their own settlement systems, a senior Bank of Japan official said.
Japan must swiftly revise laws to allow the central bank to issue a digital currency, a move that could provide a chance to reform the Bank of Japan's existing mandates and enshrine its inflation target, a senior ruling party official said on Oct 12.
Apple Inc has been in the spotlight lately, between antitrust scrutiny of its mobile operating system and the legal battle it’s waging with Fortnite-maker Epic Games Inc over its App Store. Those developments pale, however, in comparison to the company’s main event tomorrow: the unveiling of its latest iPhones.
With Nintendo Co stock approaching its all-time high, there are some who see the creator of the Super Mario franchise as approaching a pivotal moment that could turn its flagship Switch into a perpetual gaming platform and break free of the industry’s traditional boom-bust cycle.
The legal fight between Apple Inc and Epic Games Inc kicks into full gear on Sept 28 with decisions that will influence the future of app stores in the US and how the world’s largest technology platforms make money from developers.
Plans by China to draw up a blacklist of US technology firms might sound great to hardliners as a retaliatory measure against Washington DC, but would most likely backfire.
Entrepreneur Ryan Cohen is pitching GameStop Corp on the idea of becoming a true competitor to Amazon.com Inc.
Many consumers will ignore brick-and-mortar stores this holiday season in favour of online shopping, a new study finds, and small business may end up left behind.
Microsoft Corp said on Sept 21 it plans to acquire ZeniMax Media Inc, owner of the storied video game publisher Bethesda Softworks, for US$7.5bil (RM30.93bil) in cash, marking its biggest video game purchase ever.
Apple Inc’s July court triumph over a massive European Union back-tax order is forcing antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager to make a tough choice: Challenge a ruling that faulted the EU investigation or accept judges’ criticisms and re-examine a case started more than six years ago.