|As Nvidia expands in artificial intelligence, Intel defends turf|
Nvidia Corp dominates chips for training computers to think like humans, but it faces an entrenched competitor in a major avenue for expansion in the artificial intelligence chip market: Intel Corp .
|U.S. judge blocks programs letting 'Grand Theft Auto' players 'cheat'|
A federal judge on Thursday awarded Take-Two Interactive Software Inc , the maker of the "Grand Theft Auto" series, a preliminary injunction to stop a Georgia man from selling programs that it said helps players cheat at the best-selling video game.
|Whistleblower accuses Tesla of spying on employees at Gigafactory: attorney|
An employee fired from Tesla Inc's Nevada battery factory filed a whistleblower complaint with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, accusing the company of spying on employees and failing to act after learning that a Mexican cartel may be dealing drugs inside the plant, his attorney said on Thursday.
|Chinese hackers targeted U.S. firms, government after trade mission: researchers|
Hackers operating from an elite Chinese university probed American companies and government departments for espionage opportunities following a U.S. trade delegation visit to China earlier this year, security researchers told Reuters.
|Nvidia forecast lags Wall Street as crypto demand evaporates|
Nvidia Corp shares fell as much as 5 percent in after-hours trading on Thursday after the chip maker said cryptocurrency-fueled demand had dried up and it forecast sales below Wall Street targets, overshadowing quarterly results that otherwise beat expectations.
|Tesla sues Ontario over canceled electric vehicle rebate|
Electric vehicle-maker Tesla Inc is taking the Ontario government to court over the Canadian province's cancellation of an electric vehicle incentive program, according to documents filed in court on Aug. 10.
|Australian teen sparks FBI action after hacking Apple: media|
An Australian teenager has pleaded guilty to hacking into the main computer network of technology giant Apple Inc , downloading big internal files and accessing customer accounts, because he was a fan of the company, local media reported.
|Applied Materials weak forecast fans concerns over chip boom end|
|First crack at Musk could give top Tesla funds an edge|
|Google employees demand more oversight of China search engine plan|
|Indian streaming firm Hotstar sees blended revenues as winning strategy|
|China's JD.com looks to warehousing assets to help revive profits|
|More U.S. states deploy technology to track election hacking attempts|