Why Are The Markets Not Correcting

So let’s get to it, what did we learn over the past week? We were informed by Intel that its computer chips were affected by a bug that makes them vulnerable to hacking. All computers with Intel chips from the past 10 years are affected. Considering that computer chips are basically the backbone and brain behind… Please follow and like us:

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Intel CEO pledges urgency, transparency in wake of Meltdown and Spectre

Since cybersecurity researchers uncovered two massive microprocessor flaws that leave nearly every computing device in the world vulnerable to hackers, Intel has borne the biggest brunt of criticism in both the press and the stock market. Last Thursday, a week after researchers led by Google unveiled the Meltdown and Spectre bugs, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich penned… Please follow and like us:

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Intel Processors Have Been Plagued By Security Flaw For More Than A Decade

For more than a decade, computer processors made by Intel contained a major security flaw that could allow malicious programs to gain access to vital and protected parts of a machine’s kernel memory, the Register reported. The issue has been kept under wraps for months as programmers have worked to fix the flaw before it could… Please follow and like us:

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What can Qualcomm do to fend off Broadcom?

When Broadcom proposed ousting Qualcomm’s board of directors on Dec. 4, it set in motion a high-stakes chess match for control of San Diego’s most iconic technology company. The outcome could reverberate not only locally, but throughout the tech industry — possibly changing the landscape for firms such as Apple, Google, Microsoft and Intel. Qualcomm invented… Please follow and like us:

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Last year in tech: 2017 edition

Fidget spinners, iPhone X, tons of hacks, and all the important tech stuff from this past year. Magic Leap Goggles We have seen some things. Oh my, have we seen some things. Magic Leap Year-end wrap-ups are the best. We get to sit here in our new holiday pajamas and dish out harsh judgments on everything… Please follow and like us:

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Qualcomm Trying To Get iPhone X Banned In US

A new set of legal filings from telecommunications equipment maker Qualcomm in its ongoing court battle with Apple will seek to ban the sale of iPhone X offered by multiple carriers in the United States. According to the three new lawsuits filed by the company this week, Qualcomm has accused Apple of infringing on 16 separate… Please follow and like us:

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Beijing unseats Silicon Valley to become world’s top tech hub

Beijing’s Zhongguancun has unseated San Francisco’s Silicon Valley as the top technology hub in the world, according to a report by Expert Market, a US-based business resource company. Beijing’s Zhongguancun tech community has became the top destination for the brightest tech talents around the world, due to its favorable climate for early stage funding, good performance… Please follow and like us:

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Republican tax plan could lead Silicon Valley companies to bring overseas cash home

Silicon Valley companies that hold billions of dollars in profit overseas would have an incentive to bring some of that money back home under the tax plan announced by House Republicans this week. But that doesn’t necessarily mean such companies as Apple, Alphabet, Intel and Cisco Systems would be in a big rush to flood the… Please follow and like us:

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Google fined record $2.7 billion in European antitrust case

The European Commission has hit Google with a record $2.7 billion fine after concluding that the search giant unfairly favored its comparison-shopping service over others. “(Google) denied other companies the chance to compete on the merits and to innovate,” said Margrethe Vestager, the EU commissioner in charge of competition policy, in a news release Tuesday. “And… Please follow and like us:

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The Changing Face of Investing in The Stock Market

Tweet There is perhaps no more stalwart institution in the United States than its investment community. Dating back to the earliest days of the nation, the ability to purchase shares of a company and share in their profits by sharing in their risk is a fundamental component of the capitalist philosophy that powers our entire economic… Please follow and like us:

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