Sunday, January 23, 2022

Is the market crashing? No. Here’s what’s happening to stocks, bonds as the Fed aims to end the days of easy money, analysts say

As the inventory market has convulsed decrease and yields for bonds have surged in current weeks, culminating in a so-called correction for the...

Meta and Twitter’s NFT Landgrab Could Backfire

“Despite the positivity around NFT use cases, there’s a lot of distrust in the community—perhaps due to the anonymity of key artists and...

Guts, Not Guidelines, Will Stop Tech Mergers

Steven Levy covers the gamut of tech topics for WIRED, in print and on-line, and has been contributing to the journal since its...

The US Refuses to Fall in Love With Electric Cars

The Environmental Protection Agency’s revised greenhouse gas emission rules for passenger vehicles, finalized in December 2021, merely returned the requirements to what they...

Why Big Tech Companies Have Been Quiet on Texas’ Abortion Law

Most firms that signed the letters had been midsize tech and client manufacturers attempting to draw youthful prospects and employees, says Jen Stark,...

This 22-Year-Old Builds Chips in His Parents’ Garage

Zeloof spun hand-cut, half-inch squares of polysilicon, every to grow to be a separate chip, on a small do-it-yourself turntable at 4,000 revolutions...

Wedbush Pounds the Table on Sofi Stock

Like lots of its friends in the fintech sector, Sofi Technologies (SOFI) inventory has been taking a hammering over the previous few months....

Why Airlines Are Fighting the 5G Rollout

the activation of C-Band frequencies by AT&T and Verizon signifies that improved 5G networks at the moment are accessible for thousands and thousands...

Now You Can Rent a Robot Worker—for Less Than Paying a Human

Polar Manufacturing has been making ​metallic ​hinges, locks, and brackets ​in south Chicago for greater than 100 years. Some of the corporate’s metallic...

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