Nvidia dominates chips for training computers to think like humans, but faces an entrenched competitor in the expanding AI chip market.
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An Australian teenager has pleaded guilty to hacking into the main computer network of technology giant Apple.
Hedge fund Starboard Value LP has nominated five directors to Symantec's board after taking a 5.8 per cent stake in the cyber security firm.
Cisco has reported quarterly revenue above Wall Street estimates, driven by growth in the vendor's newer businesses such as cyber security.
Intel has disclosed three more possible flaws in some of its microprocessors that can be exploited to gain access to certain data from computer memory.
Australian electronics retailer JB Hi-Fi said annual underlying profit rose 12.3 per cent, beating expectations in the process.
The nightmare scenario for computer security - AI programs that can learn how to evade even the best defences - may already have arrived.
As PC sales have stagnated, Intel has increasingly been depending on its sales to data centres.
Samsung's Galaxy S7 smartphones contain a microchip security flaw, uncovered earlier this year, that has put tens of millions of devices at risk.
Samsung Group will invest in artificial intelligence, 5G, electronic components for autos, and biopharmaceutical business segments.
Toshiba has reported a record quarterly net profit thanks to the US$18 billion sale of its flash memory chip business earlier this year.
Intel plans to upgrade its existing chips and combine them with a new memory technology to help stave off competition from AMD.
Arista Networks will pay US$400 million to Cisco to resolve a U.S. court fight between the two network equipment makers.
Singapore's worst cyber attack in its history has the hallmarks of a state-linked group, the government's communications minister has revealed.
A computer virus outbreak at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing could delay chip shipments for Apple’s new iPhones.