Apple said in late January that it expected to report net sales between $63 billion to $67 billion in its fiscal second quarter.
Read more: Apple warns on revenue guidance due to production delays, weak demand in China because of coronavirus
The Trump administration is weighing trade restrictions on China that would limit the use of American chip-making equipment, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
Read more: Trump administration is reportedly weighing limits to China’s access to chip technology
The European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, is due to unveil new regulations on artificial intelligence (AI) Wednesday.
Read more: Facebook’s Zuckerberg meets EU’s competition chief ahead of new A.I. rules
China’s foreign ministry spokesperson brought up old allegations that the U.S. spied on Germany leader Angela Merkel to accuse Washington of hypocrisy over its claims that Huawei is untrustworthy.
Read more: China accuses US of hypocrisy over Huawei, highlighting claims it spied on German leader Merkel
Environmental activists are concerned by Tesla’s plan to chop down trees to clear land for its new Gigafactory.
Read more: Tesla ordered to halt work on German factory amid anger over chopping down trees
Storing medical images on CD is a big and expensive problem for the radiology field. Salesforce CMO Ashwini Zenooz and big tech companies are rallying behind an effort called “Ditch the Disk.”
Read more: ‘Ditch the Disk’ group of tech execs is spurring the medical industry to move on from CD-ROMs
“Clever girls” is a popular, music-focused Bay Area Facebook group that was started by a Facebook user known as “Concert Raptor” who wanted to bring people together and give away tickets to shows.
Read more: San Francisco’s Clever Girls Facebook group is a place for people who love live music — and raptor memes
Mark Zuckerberg shifted Facebook’s focus to groups in 2017, and users are now engaging with more content from groups as part of the social network’s shift toward meaningful communities.
Read more: Mark Zuckerberg shifted Facebook’s focus to groups after the 2016 election, and it’s changed how people use the site
Uber, Lyft, Pinterest and other high-profile internet companies rely on adjusted EBITDA in their earnings reports. Some investors are skeptical.
Read more: Why Charlie Munger’s ‘bulls–t earnings’ metric is used by so many tech companies
Sam Kaufmann has been developing Windows games for a decade, so when Microsoft said it was cutting ad support for apps, he had to turn to his own ad network.
Read more: Microsoft cut off this game maker’s revenue stream, so he built his own replacement