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Alphabet Divest Stake in Robinhood as Crypto Trading Faces Headwinds

Alphabet’s decision to completely divest from Robinhood raises questions about the tech giant’s confidence in the long-term viability of the once-burgeoning fintech darling. In a recent development, Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOGL), the parent company of Google, announced the dissolution of its stake in the trading app operator, Robinhood Markets Inc (NASDAQ: HOOD). This decision follows Alphabet’s earlier reduction of its stake in the company by nearly 90%, leaving it with approximately...

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Nonprofit Organization Purchases 24,000 Nvidia AI Chips for $500 Million

The deployment of the 24,000 chips should be completed by February 2024. Voltage Park, a nonprofit organization founded by billionaire Jed McCaleb, has acquired approximately 24,000 Nvidia H100 chips for approximately $500 million. According to The Business Time, the organization plans to lease AI computing power at a low cost to address the shortage of these chips. Eric Park, CEO of Voltage, stated: “The current ecosystem for machine learning is fundamentally flawed.” Therefore, the...

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Xiaomi Rolls Out New Operating System HyperOS to Revolutionize User Experience 

Xiaomi’s founder and chairman of the board Lei Jun said it took approximately 5000 software engineers’ combined efforts to develop the new operating system. Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has announced the launch of its cutting-edge operating system HyperOS after five years of dedicated hard work and research. The new OS, unveiled Thursday during the company’s launch event theme “Leap Beyond the Moment”, will debut alongside Xiaomi’s upcoming range of smartphones, wearables, and TV sets...

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Apple to Spend $1B Annually to Develop Generative AI Models 

Apple is considering leveraging AI within Xcode to assist app developers in creating their applications. Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) is gearing up for a significant leap into the world of generative artificial intelligence (AI), with plans to invest around $1 billion annually to develop its own AI solutions, Bloomberg reported Monday, citing people familiar with the matter. The move comes as a strategic response to the escalating advancements in AI technology by other tech giants such as...

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10-Year US Treasury Yields Surge Past 5% Again, Dow Futures Crash 200 Points

Rise in the US Treasury Yields put pressure on the market resulting into bearish weekly start on Wall Street. Yields surge past 5% with Fed planning for higher-than-longer interest rates. Macro pressure continues to hover over Wall Street as the 10-year US Treasury yields surged higher even today on Monday, October 23. The treasury yields continue to hover at multi-year highs as investors prepare for higher-for-longer interest rates from the Federal Reserve. Around 5:54 a.m. ET, the...

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Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard Deal Tipped to Pioneer Era of New-Generation Gaming Companies

Cloud gaming as a key aspect of what Microsoft is bringing to the world of gaming. A recent deal saw tech giant Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ: MSFT) paying $69 billion to acquire US game publisher Activision Blizzard Inc (NASDAQ: ATVI). However, according to venture capital (VC) firm Konvoy, that Microsoft’s deal might just be the start of many more similar ones to come to gaming. In a report that Konvoy partner Josh Chapman recently shared with CNBC, the world’s biggest tech firms still hold a...

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Google Cloud Announces AI Search Capabilities for Doctors

Doctors will be able to access the information by asking tool-specific questions instead of going through notes and electronic health records. Google Cloud has announced that it has added new AI-powered search capabilities aimed at helping clinicians access accurate information across various types of medical records. While the healthcare industry has a wealth of valuable and potentially useful information, clinicians are sometimes faced with the challenge of lack of access as it is stored...

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