• Barrons.com

    Nvidia’s New AI Supercomputer Is a Game Changer. Google, Meta, and Microsoft Will Be First Users.

    Nvidia said Google, Meta, and Microsoft would be among the first companies to get access to its DGX GH200 supercomputer.

  • Bloomberg

    Baidu Shares Jump as Ernie Bot Progress Rekindles AI Bets

    (Bloomberg) -- Baidu Inc. shares jumped in Hong Kong following reports that it will soon launch a large-language model to power its ChatGPT-Like app Ernie Bot. Most Read from BloombergBiden, McCarthy Forge Debt Deal in Bid to Avert US DefaultTraders Ready to Embrace Riskier Assets After Debt-Cap DealManchin Gets Mountain Valley Pipeline Deal Into Debt BillWorld’s Richest Man Throws In Towel on Beverly Hills HotelKey Takeaways From Biden-McCarthy Deal to Avert US DefaultThe shares rose as much as

  • Investor's Business Daily

    Dow Jones Futures Rise On Debt-Ceiling Deal; Tesla Leads 9 Stocks Near Buy Points

    Futures rose on a tentative debt-ceiling deal to avoid default. Tesla leads nine stocks near buy points in the AI-led market rally.

  • Financial Times

    ‘Genshin Impact’ maker aims for Tencent’s China gaming crown

    On the eve of last month’s launch of miHoYo’s latest online game, Honkai: Star Rail, employees at the Chinese gaming company worked late into the night. A space-travel anime game, Honkai: Star Rail is miHoYo’s second new title since the breakout success of Genshin Impact. How it performs will determine whether the Shanghai studio can establish an enduring role for itself as one of China’s top game developers in the face of competition from industry giants Tencent and NetEase.

  • PR Newswire

    NetEase Games Unveils PinCool, Inc., a New Multifunctional Studio Aiming to Produce Global Entertainment Content

    NetEase Games has announced the establishment of a new game studio named PinCool, Inc. (PinCool) as part of its NetEase Games division. Based in Tokyo, Japan, PinCool is a studio comprised of industry experts with extensive experience in different facets of the interactive entertainment field, including video games, movie creatives, live events and IP licensing.

  • Motley Fool

    If AI Thrives, Microsoft Will, Too

    Across 2022, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) shares lost nearly 30% of their value based on concerns that supply shortages would hamstring tech companies of all shapes and sizes. One of the key reasons -- if not the key reason -- is the company's deep and direct involvement in artificial intelligence (AI). The most prominent spear in Microsoft's AI arsenal is OpenAI, the developer behind the highly popular ChatGPT app.

  • Motley Fool

    3 Good Reasons to Buy AMD Stock Right Now

    Artificial intelligence has the potential to reshape a huge portion of the global economy. With the AI gold rush underway, the businesses that supply the picks and shovels required to harness the power of this cutting-edge tech stand to profit handsomely. Fellow chipmaker Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) has garnered much of the headlines for its AI prowess.

  • Insider Monkey

    16 Jobs That Will Disappear in the Future Due to AI

    In this article, we will take a look at the 16 jobs that will disappear in the future due to AI. To see more such jobs, go directly to 5 Jobs That Will Disappear in the Future Due to AI. By now you must have heard or read about how AI-powered bots are coming for […]

  • Insider Monkey

    Top 10 Generative Artificial Intelligence Companies to Invest In

    In this article, we will take a look at the top 10 generative artificial intelligence companies to invest in. To see more such companies, go directly to Top 5 Generative Artificial Intelligence Companies to Invest In. Generative AI will perhaps be the most dominant and consequential buzzword of not only 2023 but this decade. Generative […]

  • Motley Fool

    What's Going on With Alibaba Stock?

    Alibaba is sometimes called the Amazon of China because the two companies have similar business models.

  • Motley Fool

    1 Semiconductor Stock Set to Join Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Alphabet in the $1 Trillion Club

    Finally, technology giant Apple became the world's first $1 trillion company in 2018. Apple has since been joined by Microsoft, Amazon, and Google parent Alphabet in the $1 trillion club. Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) is the world's leading producer of advanced semiconductors, especially those designed to power new technologies like artificial intelligence (AI).

  • Insider Monkey

    15 Best Blue Chip Stocks To Buy According to Hedge Funds

    In this article, we will take a look at the 15 best blue chip stocks to buy according to hedge funds. To see more such companies, go directly to 5 Best Blue Chip Stocks To Buy According to Hedge Funds. The stock market turmoil caused by rising inflation and the Federal Reserve’s hawkish policies didn’t […]

  • The Guardian

    Social media sites are wild west for shopping fraud, says UK bank

    Firms ‘should contribute to refunds’ as two-thirds of online scams now originate in Facebook and Instagram

  • Motley Fool

    3 Top Bargain Stocks Ready for a Bull Run

    Taiwan Semiconductor (NYSE: TSM) is the world's largest contract chip manufacturer. Because of that, owning TSMC for the long term is the only way to go. With its 3nm processes just coming up to speed, there's a significant business chunk that hasn't been realized as revenue, giving Taiwan Semiconductor a substantial upside.

  • South China Morning Post

    Alibaba forges new pact to deepen collaboration with northern China's Tianjin in AI, cloud computing and big data initiatives

    Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding and the municipal government of Tianjin have pledged "deeper collaboration" in the development of hi-tech fields such as artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing and big data in the northern coastal metropolis. That pact was forged at the conclusion of a meeting last Friday between Alibaba chairman and chief executive Daniel Zhang Yong, Tianjin Communist Party Secretary Chen Miner and city mayor Zhang Gong, according to a report on Saturday by

  • Motley Fool

    The Future of Microsoft: Why Investing Now Could Pay Off Big-Time

    This cloud giant is encountering headwinds from a poor macroeconomy in the short term. Still, its long-term potential remains bright.

  • Motley Fool

    2 Winning Stocks to Buy No Matter What the Market Is Doing

    These market leaders possess the competitive advantages to shield their abilities to grow and fuel your retirement.

  • TipRanks

    Pay Attention to Silicon Carbide Chips, Says Hedge Fund Manager

    The production of lithium is scaling up rapidly, alongside the establishment of lithium refineries like the one built by Tesla (TSLA), which CEO Elon Musk has referred to as a “license to print money.” These refineries offer the opportunity to process lower-grade lithium, which is more abundant, into batteries suitable for EVs. At the same time, hedge fund managers and analysts see promise in another aspect of powering EVs – silicon carbide chips. The electric vehicle (EV) revolution is gaining

  • Financial Times

    South Korea’s Naver to target foreign governments with latest ChatGPT-like AI model

    Naver, South Korea’s dominant internet search engine, is set to offer tailored versions of its latest ChatGPT-like artificial intelligence model to foreign governments concerned about US data controls. Unlike Microsoft and Google’s focus on universal AI models, Naver is keen to develop localised AI applications for countries with political sensitivities in the Arab world, as well as for non-English speaking countries such as Spain and Mexico, where governments are keen to have their own AI systems customised to their political and cultural contexts. “This will be a massive business as sovereign AI technology is becoming increasingly important for data protection,” said Sung Nako, a Naver executive in charge of developing hyperscale AI, which involves the organising of computing power and data in the cloud on a massive scale to train and operate AI.

  • Motley Fool

    Could These 3 Stocks Be Worth $1 Trillion by 2030?

    Some of these companies would have to blow expectations out of the water to achieve a $1 trillion market cap.

  • Motley Fool

    The 5 Best Cheap Phone Plans You Can Get Now

    Our phones are a key part of daily life, used for communication, social media updates, and even productivity on the move. Read on to see the cheapest plans.

  • Insider Monkey

    Billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller’s 2023 Portfolio: Top 10 Stock Picks

    In this article, we will take a look at billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller’s 2023 portfolio and his top 10 stock picks. To see more such companies, go directly to Billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller’s 2023 Portfolio: Top 5 Stock Picks. Pessimism, doom and gloom was starting to be visible in Stanley Druckenmiller’s tone last year when the billionaire […]

  • Insider Monkey

    12 Best Software Infrastructure Stocks to Buy

    In this article, we will take a look at the 12 best software infrastructure stocks to buy. To see more such companies, go directly to 5 Best Software Infrastructure Stocks to Buy. One of the industries that have benefitted directly from the technology boom over the past few years is software infrastructure. Tech and non-tech […]

  • Insider Monkey

    Michael ‘Big Short’ Burry’s Recent Stock Purchases

    In this article, we will take a look at Michael Big Short Burry’s recent stock purchases. To see more such companies, go directly to Michael Big Short Burry’s Top 5 Recent Stock Purchases. Initiating contrarian bets is nothing new for Michael Burry, the famous “Big Short” investor who gained fame after successfully foreseeing the 2008 […]

  • Motley Fool

    Alibaba Stock: Bear vs. Bull

    It has been a wild few years for Alibaba (NYSE: BABA). More recently, the company announced results for the fiscal 2023 fourth quarter (ended March 31) that missed analyst estimates for sales, but beat on earnings per share. In the fourth quarter of 2023, 74% of Alibaba's total revenue came from the China and International Commerce groups.