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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