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Apple has been dethroned as the world's most innovative company, according to Fast Company. The tech giant fell to No. 17 in Fast Company's 50 most innovative companies in the world for 2019, after taking the top spot last year. "They didn't really break new ground with their devices, and hardware sales were sluggish," Fast Company senior editor Amy Farley told CNBC on Wednesday.
Wall Street Reacts to Gaming Stocks after Disappointing EarningsGaming stocksEarnings season is nearly over, and most of the leading video gaming companies have released their quarterly earnings. Electronic Arts (EA) reported its earnings results on
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Wednesday said it will release a folding smartphone in April that works with the next-generation 5G networks and will cost almost $2,000, a move to entice consumers to upgrade their phones. The Galaxy Fold will go on sale on April 26, Samsung officials said at an event in San Francisco. The device "breaks new ground because it answers sceptics who said that everything that could be done has been done," DJ Koh, chief executive of Samsung Electronics, said at the event.
There, the Korean computing giant announced its latest smartphone, the Galaxy Fold. The device could jump-start Samsung’s star-crossed fortunes in a fiercely competitive smartphone market, if consumers decide it is truly the luxury item that Samsung (South Korea: 005930) has labeled it to be. Samsung, the market leader in smartphones world-wide, has sold 2 billion Galaxy models.
A security bug is allowing users to bypass new privacy controls introduced by Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp on iPhones this month, the service said on Wednesday after users posted about the problem on social media. The disclosure comes as messaging and other applications race to improve security and privacy and as Facebook Inc is addressing criticism for not safeguarding privacy. WhatsApp's new privacy feature allows iPhone users to require Touch ID or Face ID — fingerprint or facial recognition — to open the app but users were able to bypass those log-in methods by using the iPhone's "share" function to send files over WhatsApp.
The Latest News from Amazon and Apple(Continued from Prior Part)Apple is reportedly planning to shift its revenue modelApple (AAPL) has evolved several times over the decades to move with the times. The tech giant’s venture into smartphones about
The Latest News from Amazon and AppleTwitch is a fast-growing platform for content creatorsAmazon’s (AMZN) Twitch is one of the fastest-growing platforms for content makers. According to a report by Recreate Coalition, American content creators
Disney, Nestle and "Fortnite" maker Epic Games have paused advertising on YouTube. Advertisers like Peloton and Grammarly are urging YouTube to resolve the latest content challenge. The move is a familiar black eye for Google-owned YouTube, which frequently battles content moderation challenges and is losing market share of the digital advertising industry.
Elon Musk recently said he expects Tesla to have all the features it needs for a fully self-driving car by the end of the year, and to be capable of safely transporting a sleeping passenger within two years. Karl Brauer, executive publisher at Cox Automotive, said that as a bold claim that may mislead the public. Brauer said it was "hard to fathom" a car handling the many variables it would need to within the next 12 to 18 months.
The four Galaxy S10 variants, introduced at a San Francisco event, are double the number from Samsung’s primary-flagship launches in the past, and target users from the cost-conscious to the tech-obsessed. All feature Samsung’s edge-to-edge Infinity display and earphone jacks, but differ in screen size, camera count and price. The smallest, the Galaxy S10e—for “essential,” the company says—has a 5.8-inch screen and three cameras.
Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Wednesday it had made an “error” in not disclosing that its Nest Secure home security system had a built-in microphone in its devices. Havovi Cooper reports.