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Exclusive: Alibaba-backed startup AutoX applies for driver-less test permit in California

04 Dec 2019

Chinese startup AutoX, backed by e-commerce giant Alibaba , has applied to test self-driving vehicles without an in-car backup driver in California, the first challenger to Alphabet Inc's autonomous driving venture Waymo to say it has done so.

Nvidia follows Intel to predict strong growth in data center business

14 Nov 2019

Nvidia Corp on Thursday joined rival Intel Corp to predict strong demand for chips used in data centers after its third-quarter revenue and profit beat market expectations.

Google Pay to offer checking accounts through Citi, Stanford Federal

13 Nov 2019

SAN FRANCISCO Alphabet Inc's Google said on Wednesday it will offer personal checking accounts next year through its Google Pay app, initially in partnership with Citigroup Inc and a small credit union at Stanford University. | Video

Qualcomm's 5G phone forecast for 2020 could include iPhones: analysts

07 Nov 2019

Qualcomm Inc said on Wednesday it expected 200 million 5G smartphones to be sold in 2020, including flagship devices launching next fall, a reference Wall Street took as a hint that Apple Inc would offer the faster technology next year.

Qualcomm's licensing forecast, helped by Apple deal, drives share gains

06 Nov 2019

Qualcomm Inc on Wednesday forecast current-quarter profit above Wall Street expectations, as its all-important licensing segment benefits from a deal with Apple Inc and the annual holiday-quarter boost it brings.

AMD revenue forecast falls short despite data center strength

29 Oct 2019

Advanced Micro Devices Inc fell short of Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue and forecast fourth-quarter sales below expectations on Tuesday, even as the U.S. chipmaker beat targets for its closely watched data center business.

Google's search for sales in cloud, hardware clip Alphabet profit

29 Oct 2019

Google parent Alphabet Inc reported quarterly results on Monday that show costs continue to rise faster than revenue as the web search leader seeks to broaden its business, dampening Wall Street's enthusiasm despite Google's continued dominance in advertising sales.

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