• Qualcomm raises NXP offer to $44 billion as it seeks leverage against Broadcom

    In today’s episode of As the Semiconductor Industry Turns, Qualcomm has increased its offer for NXP from $39 billion to $44 billion as the former continues to fend off Broadcom’s hostile takeover bid. “NXP is a highly strategic and attractive acquisition for Qualcomm that enhances the value of our leading 5G technologies,”...

  • Google Pay’s big global rollout begins

    Google announced last month that it was bringing Android Pay and Google Wallet together under the new Google Pay brand. Today, the big rollout begins, with the new Google Pay-branded app now available through Google Play. If you already have the Android Pay app installed, it appears you won’t need to do anything....

  • Tetra’s call recorder and AI-powered transcription app now works for inbound calls

    Nobody really enjoys taking notes, but it is an unavoidable fact of life for many in business and academia. During phone calls, specifically, it can be hard to focus on listening to what’s being said while ensuring you accurately jot everything down in real time. But what if there was a way...

  • Workforce programs will need to be overhauled in the age of artificial intelligence

    Not all researchers agree that artificial intelligence is as an important of a development as electricity or fire, or that hundreds of millions of jobs will be automated in the next decade. But, it is clear that an increasing array of skills will soon be completed by machines. And workers need to...

  • U.S. Congress considers cryptocurrency rules and regulations

    (Reuters) — Jolted by the global investment craze over bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, U.S. lawmakers are moving to consider new rules that could impose stricter federal oversight on the emerging asset class, several top lawmakers told Reuters. Bipartisan momentum is growing in the Senate and House of Representatives for action to address...

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