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Google-backed groups criticize Apple's new warnings on user tracking

03 Jul 2020

A group of European digital advertising associations on Friday criticized Apple Inc's plans to require apps to seek additional permission from users before tracking them across other apps and websites.

Apple to re-close more stores in seven U.S. states, bringing total to 77

01 Jul 2020

Apple Inc said it would re-close more than two dozen stores in seven states starting Thursday, including its home state of California, bringing total closures to 77 as coronavirus cases continue to rise.

UK regulators take aim at Apple's search engine deal with Google

01 Jul 2020

The payments by Alphabet Inc's Google to Apple Inc to be the default search engine on Apple's Safari web browser create "a significant barrier to entry and expansion" for Google's rivals in the search engine market, the UK markets regulator said in a report released on Wednesday.

Micron to shift some chip supply to data centers as cloud powers earnings beat

29 Jun 2020

Micron Technology Inc on Monday forecast current-quarter revenue above Wall Street estimates as home-bound employees and students spur demand for its chips that power notebooks and data centers, sending its shares up 6% in after-market trading.

Apple to close 14 stores in Florida as virus cases rise, total re-closures reaches 32

25 Jun 2020

Apple Inc said on Thursday that it would close 14 stores in Florida starting Friday due to a rise in COVID-19 cases, bringing its total re-closures to 32 stores in the United States.

GlobalFoundries eyes new chip plant as Washington mulls semiconductor stimulus: CEO

25 Jun 2020

WASHINGTON GlobalFoundries could expand output at its flagship U.S. plant or break ground on a new one next to it, the chief executive of the semiconductor contract manufacturer told Reuters on Wednesday.

Data center chip startup Ampere to release more powerful processor

23 Jun 2020

Ampere, the data center chip startup led by former Intel Corp executives and backed by Oracle Corp , on Tuesday announced a more powerful processor in its efforts to court cloud computing customers.

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