Stories by Reuters

Intel discloses three more chip flaws

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.

India cloud panel pushes for data sovereignty requirement

A panel working on the Indian government's cloud computing policy wants data generated in India to be stored within the country, according to its draft report — a proposal that could deal a blow to global technology giants such as Amazon and Microsoft who offer such services.

Apple breaches US$1 trillion stock market valuation

Apple became the first US$1 trillion publicly listed U.S. company on Thursday, crowning a decade-long rise fuelled by its ubiquitous iPhone that transformed it from a niche player in personal computers into a global powerhouse spanning entertainment and communications.

Uber to stop developing self-driving trucks

Uber will stop developing self-driving trucks that have been hauling cargo on U.S. highways, the ride-hailing company has said, seeking to focus its autonomous-vehicle technology solely on cars.

Nokia and T-Mobile strike US$3.5 billion 5G deal

T-Mobile US says Nokia will supply it with US$3.5 billion in next-generation 5G network gear, marking the world's largest 5G deal so far and concrete evidence of a new wireless upgrade cycle taking root.

Zuckerberg loses more than US$15 billion in record Facebook fall

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg's fortune took a more than US$15 billion hit on Thursday, as the social media company suffered the biggest one-day wipeout in U.S. stock market history a day after executives forecast years of lower profit margins.

Alphabet trounces profit estimates as costs come into check

Alphabet has reported expenses from its Google search business were growing more slowly and that revenue from advertising and cloud computing rose faster than analysts anticipated, boosting its earnings beyond Wall Street targets and pushing shares up 3.6 percent after hours.