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NEW YORK: Nvidia Corp is close to a deal to buy British chip designer Arm Holdings from SoftBank Group Corp for more than $40 billion in a deal which would create a giant in the chip industry, according to two people familiar with the matter.
SINGAPORE: As markets around the world piggyback on technology shares to ride a startling rebound from their pandemic lows, stock investors in South-East Asia are proving to be mere spectators.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese gaming and social media giant Tencent Holdings Ltd said second-quarter net profit rose 37%, beating market estimates, on higher demand for its video games as coronavirus put a dent in other entertainment options.
THE recent outbreak of a second wave of coronavirus clusters in Asia have given so-called "stay-at-home” stocks a fresh leg higher.
LONDON: England’s Premier League, the world’s wealthiest soccer competition, returns today and organisers are trying everything to claw back viewers and mend the damage from coronavirus
HONG KONG: High demand for video games during Covid-19 lockdowns buoyed Tencent Holdings’ first-quarter revenue and profits, with blockbuster games PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile and Honor of Kings helping it beat forecasts.
NEW YORK: Intel Corp is trying to sell its new laptop chips in an old way - by emphasising their speed. The world’s biggest chipmaker is touting the clock speed of its new H line of processors, citing their ability to process data at more than five gigahertz, or five billion cycles a second.