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  • Microsoft’s Nuance Gambit Shows Healthcare Is Shaping Up as Next Tech Battleground
  • Nvidia Plans New Chip to Compete With Intel in Data-Center Market…Product named Grace uses technology licensed from SoftBank Group-owned Arm
  • Nvidia to Make Server Processor, Targets Intel Profit Center
  • Autodesk acquires Upchain
  • Livestreaming has taken over Chinese e-commerce. Now, online shopping giants are trying to replicate the model in Russia.
  • EU to consider ban on using A.I. for mass surveillance and social credit scores
  • How Amazon Strong-Arms Partners Using Its Power Across Multiple Businesses (WSJ)
  • Cable Companies Emerge as Force in Cellphone Business…More than five million Americans have turned to cable providers for cellphone service, attracted by lower prices and ease of adjusting plans
  • Garry Kasparov launches a community-first chess platform
  • France is giving citizens $3,000 to get rid of their car and get an ebike
  • Intel, Nvidia, TSMC execs agree: Chip shortage could last into 2023
  • Ford’s BlueCruise self-driving tech did a 110,000-mile road trip
  • Coinbase opens at $102 billion valuation on first day of public trading
  • Apple Working on Combined TV Box, Speaker to Revive Home Efforts
  • Google Shopping for Android, iOS shutting down in favor of the web
  • Ferrari’s Electric Reluctance Eases as Chairman Sees 2025 Debut
  • World-first hologram dining experience opens