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Tech companies like Nvidia and Adobe filled Fortune's 2018 list of Fastest Growing Companies. [Read More]
Seeking to leapfrog AMD. [Read More]
Nvidia unveiled a new line up of graphics cards aimed at video gamers dubbed the RTX 2000. [Read More]
Fitbit unveiled its Charge 3 fitness tracker with waterproofing and a bigger screen, along with some features borrowed from smartwatches. [Read More]
This is your Data Sheet newsletter for Monday, August 20, 2018. [Read More]
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is using Twitter is ways comparable to President Donald Trump. [Read More]
Meet the rising stars of Fortune's annual "Change the World" list. [Read More]
This is your Data Sheet newsletter for Friday, August 10, 2018. [Read More]
Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Watch but Apple will likely surpass the products with new iPhones and watches next month. [Read More]
Intel disappointed Wall Street in detailing that its upcoming server CPU upgrades won't hit 10 nanometers until mid-2020. [Read More]
No timing or pricing on that speaker — yet. [Read More]
Samsung unveiled an upgraded smartwatch called the Galaxy Watch and a new smart speaker called the Galaxy Home. [Read More]
This is your Data Sheet newsletter for Thursday, August 9, 2018. [Read More]
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint are making their unlimited mobile data plans more complicated and more expensive. [Read More]
This is your Data Sheet newsletter for Wednesday, August 8, 2018. [Read More]
Corporations says security problems are a concern, but they still want IoT devices. [Read More]
Spending on smart, connected devices and related services for the Internet of Things could total $520 billion by 2021, Bain & Co. says. [Read More]
Apple, Facebook, and YouTube have taken down content containing false conspiracy theories from Alex Jones. [Read More]
China is beating the United States in the race to build faster 5G wireless networks, according to a report by Deloitte Consulting. [Read More]
Year two brings even better performance. [Read More]