Uber has reported higher than expected losses at its second-quarter earnings call but has tried to reassure investors that it will decrease losses in Q3 and reach profitability in Q4.
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Samsung has launched the 2021 edition of The Wall. It supports resolutions up to 16K and can play 8K content at 120Hz. Customers can also play four videos from different sources in 4K.
The analyst firm TrendForce has said 39% of smartphone models this year will feature AMOLED displays. This is an increase from 31% in 2019 and 33% in 2020 and comes at the expense of LTPS LCD.
TrendForce expects smartphone production to be 9% higher this year compared to last year. The firm also said that sales are expected to begin recovering as more and more people get vaccinated.
Google has announced that over 100 games will be making their way to Stadia in 2021. It has also revealed the names and release dates of nine titles coming soon, which include FIFA 21 and Judgment.
5G smartphones will account for 35% of all smartphone sold in 2021 according to the analyst firm Gartner. In China, it's expected that 59.5% of smartphones will be equipped with 5G this year.
TrendForce has revealed that the global foundry market is expected to have its best year of the last ten years in 2020 thanks to a number of factors including the pandemic which has boosted demand.
As the current year comes to a close, it's often a good time to think about what we can expect in 2021. Here's what we know - and what we don't - about Nintendo's plans for next year.
Microsoft has shared some statistics about the usage of passwordless technologies such as Windows Hello and Microsoft Authenticator, and has vowed to make passwords a thing of the past in 2021.
Google is going to allow its employees to work from home through the summer of 2021 due to the ongoing pandemic. The extension is applicable to all full-time & contractual Google employees worldwide.
As it wants to migrate folks to Teams, Microsoft has announced that it will be retiring Skype for Business Online at the end of July, 2021. Skype for Business Server and Skype consumer are unaffected.