Q4 Earnings Fell Down Due to Weaker Demand in China, Says Samsung

Q4 Earnings Fell Down Due to Weaker Demand in China, Says Samsung

Just after a few days Apple’s announcement that its profits have gone down drastically, Samsung has the same kind of announcement to make. Samsung Electronics has said that both revenue and operating profit have faced a decline in the past quarter, due to the weakening demand from China. According to the company, it has observed […]

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Genetic Diseases Can Be Identified Using AI Technology By Looking At Human Face

Genetic Diseases Can Be Identified Using AI Technology By Looking At Human Face

The new Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology (Also called DeepGestalt) will be used to identify rare genetic diseases from the facial images of the patients. The AI technology outperformed the clinicians for the identification of many syndromes in 3 trials. This research could add a lot of value in personalized care, as per a study. Almost […]

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Carlos Ghosn Defends Himself After 7 Weeks of Detention

Carlos Ghosn Defends Himself After 7 Weeks of Detention

After spending seven long weeks in a Japanese jail, Carlos Ghosn has finally spoken. As his son had reported to a French newspaper earlier, Carlos Ghosn vigorously defended himself when he was presented at Tokyo District Court on Tuesday. He has maintained that he has been falsely accused and that he is innocent in the […]

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HP To Launch the First Chromebook Powered by AMD Processor

HP To Launch the First Chromebook Powered by AMD Processor

While many companies had managed to launch Chromebooks in the past couple of years, there was nothing different about the processors. All of them were using processors from ARM or Intel. Hewlett Packard is set to change that. According to the latest reports, HP would be the first to launch a Chromebook that’s powered by […]

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Bristol-Myers Squibb Will Make a Billion-Dollar Deal to Acquire Celgene

Drug maker Bristol-Myers Squibb is purchasing a cancer drug maker company Celgene in a cash and stock. The company announced the $74 billion deal on Thursday. It is one of the biggest alliance in the history of the pharmaceutical industry. Still, the agreement requires the permission of shareholders and regulators. Bristol-Myers itself is a merger […]

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Apple Made a Rare Cut to Its Sales Guidance After a Decade

Already the tensions between U.S. and China are affecting the global market and companies in it. Now Apple is one of them. On Wednesday Apple cut its revenue forecast. Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, wrote a letter to investors to financers of the company. According to the letter, Apple is revising its direction for its first […]

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Amazon Aims to Expand Whole Foods Stores Across the U.S.

The internet retail giant aims to construct and extend Whole Foods stores across the U.S. So a new Whole Foods Market store may extend with Amazon’s exclusive two-hour delivery service. Amazon acquired the Whole Foods company for $13.7 billion in 2017. The push would make Whole Foods more popular in suburbs and other areas. Thus […]

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A 20-Year-Old Entertainer Boarded On Cruise Ship is Missing from Christmas Day

A British cruise ship entertainer, Arron Hough is missing after going overboard on Christmas Day. The rescue team has been searching throughout the night for him. Arron was working in the entertainment team on board of the “Harmony of the Seas”. According to reports, he did not show up for work on Tuesday. Whereas, footage […]

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The U.S. Government Recommended Redskins to Withdraw the Deal with Huawei in 2014

A few days ago, The Wall Street Journal reported the news regarding a deal between the Washington Redskins and Huawei. Previously, in 2014, Huawei achieved a deal with the Washington Redskins. According to the deal, the company promised to provide Wi-Fi in the viewing suites at FedEx Field amid games. But the Washington Redskins canceled […]

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Trump’s Government May Issue an Executive Order to Ban Huawei and ZTE from US

The US President Donald Trump is thinking about an executive order to announce a national emergency. The move could ban U.S. companies from using telecommunications equipment developed by Chinese tech giants Huawei and ZTE. The United States claims that the two companies work under the command of the Chinese government. Thus, the telecommunication equipment could […]

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