Tim Cook Advises Man Concerned About Green Text Bubbles: ‘Buy Your Mom an iPhone’

The Apple CEO reminisced about the late Steve Jobs 15 years after the iPhone’s debut, suggesting he would be unimpressed with company’s soaring market value and stock price. Read More...


Samsung CEO seeks ‘common denominator’ in Sino-U.S. chip war

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is seeking a “common denominator” as it navigates restrictions on U.S. tech exports to China where the South Korean firm makes chips, with potential challenges including bringing in new chip-making equipment. The United States is considering limiting shipments of such equipment to memory chip makers in China to slow technological advances at rivals and protect U.S. firms, Reuters reported last month. “There could be some difficulties in the long run when we have to put new equipment into our factory in China,” Chief Executive Kyung Kye-hyun, who heads Samsung’s chip business, said during a media tour of the firm’s chip-making facilities at Pyeongtaek, South Korea.

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