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  • Elon Musk Backtracks, Requests Court to Dismiss OpenAI Lawsuit Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, has made a surprising move by requesting to dismiss his impending lawsuit against OpenAI.
  • Tesla's Musk Faces Showdown Over $46.9 Billion Stock Option: Shareholders Sound Off A shareholders' meeting is set for the 13th to decide on Elon Musk's stock option payment. While Musk is seeking support via his X...
  • Elon Musk to Spend $10B on Nvidia AI Hardware Tesla CEO Elon Musk is likely to spend between $3 billion and $4 billion on Nvidia artificial intelligence hardware this year. This statement was made in response to a CNBC report claiming that Tesla plans to use the AI hardware for xAI, Musk’s startup. Musk refuted the report and claimed that the investment was reserved […]
  • Get Ready for More Screen: iPhone 16 Pro to Debut with Cutting-Edge Design! The upcoming ‘iPhone 16 Pro’, with the thinnest bezel in the history of the iPhone series, is set to be released this fall. IT media outlet, PhoneArena, cited Weibo user Setuna Digital and reported on the 2nd, “The iPhone 16 Pro is expected to reveal the thinnest bezel among all iPhones to date.” Setuna Digital […]
  • Hot Crypto Trends: Aptos Surpasses Solana in Daily Transactions Overseas cryptocurrency analysis company Finbold has selected Aptos (APT) and Render (RNDR) as crypt ...
  • Billion-Dollar Bet: xAI Raises $6 Billion to Supercharge AI Innovation xAI, the developer of Grok, a generative artificial intelligence (AI) of X, has secured a Series B investment of $6 billion. While OpenAI and other competitors are accelerating AI development through massive investments, xAI, led by Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, is also entering this war. On the 27th (local time), xAI announced through a blog […]
  • U.S. Slaps $5 Million Bounty on North Korean IT Workers in Corporate Espionage Scandal The U.S. government has put a bounty of up to $5 million on North Korean IT workers who have infiltrated American companies. These North Korean employees worked remotely at over 300 U.S. companies using fake American identities, earning over $6.8 million.  The US Department of State announced on the 16th (local time) that it is […]
  • Apple's Vision Pro: Coming to Markets Beyond the U.S. Next Month! Apple Inc.'s mixed reality (MR) headset 'Vision Pro' will launch in regions outside the U.S. next month.
  • AI-Generated Adult Content: OpenAI's Next Big Step? Recently, there has been an increasing likelihood of adult content being created using generative ar ...
  • Twitter Creator's Block to Invest Heavily in Bitcoin: A Vote of Confidence in Crypto Jack Dorsey, the founder of Twitter, has shown a strong commitment to investing in Bitcoin. He plans to strengthen his investment portfolio through continuous Bitcoin purchases. According to the industry on the 9th, Dorsey revealed plans to buy Bitcoin every month through his fintech company, Block, using a Dollar-Cost Averaging (DCA) strategy. This move reflects […]
  • Crypto Companies Flock to Hong Kong as U.S. Tightens Oversight [TheGuru: Jung Deung Yong Reporter] As U.S. financial authorities strengthen their oversight of cryptocurrencies, Hong Kong is emerging as a haven for cryptocurrency companies. To reclaim its status as a financial hub, Hong Kong is attracting new entrepreneurs, technologists, and investors with its friendly cryptocurrency regulations. According to industry insiders on the 7th, Hong Kong […]
  • Tech War Escalates: China Bypasses U.S. Ban to Secure AI Chips Despite the U.S. embargo on advanced semiconductor exports, Chinese universities and research institutions have managed to secure Nvidia’s artificial intelligence (AI) chips through third parties. This suggests a loophole in the U.S. export control, which is being tightened. On the 23rd, Reuters reported that an analysis of hundreds of Chinese tender documents revealed that ten […]
  • Samsung's RISC-V Tech: A Potential Risk to National Security The U.S. government is raising objections to the RISC-V standard that Samsung Electronics (005930) has selected as a future system semiconductor design intellectual property. Unlike traditional Central Processing Units (CPUs) such as ARM and x86, RISC-V is an open-source design, raising concerns that it could be used in China’s semiconductor development. The U.S. government has […]
  • 35 and Out: Age Discrimination Rampant in China's Tech Industry As Chinese tech giants struggle with management due to government regulations and economic repression, job opportunities for mid-30s tech workers are rapidly declining, the Financial Times (FT) reported on the 23rd (local time). There’s a growing fear of being laid off in the mid-30s and difficulty in reemployment, leading to the lamentation of 35. The […]
  • Digital Trade War That May Spice Up the Digital Era The digital trade war targeting U.S. tech giants is intensifying worldwide. Alongside the European Union (EU) overtly implementing the Digital Market Act (DMA), traditional U.S. allies such as Canada and Japan are also pushing extensive tech regulations. Following Huawei, China, on the verge of losing TikTok, fiercely retaliates across all sectors, including semiconductors and software. […]
  • Intel's Bold Claim: We Can Beat TSMC in the Foundry Game Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has emphasized that Intel is confident in its foundry business competitiveness and is capable of surpassing Samsung Electronics to become the world’s number-one company, overtaking Taiwan’s TSMC. According to the global news platform Semafor on the 18th, Gelsinger said, “TSMC has done an extraordinary job as a foundry, but Intel also […]
  • Michael Saylor Drops Mysterious Bitcoin Message: What's the Hidden Meaning? [TheGuru=Hong Sung-Il] Michael Saylor, the chairman of MicroStrategy, who has consistently maintained a positive stance on bitcoin, has caught my eye with a meaningful message about bitcoin. "You can't say you don't see what you don't see," he wrote on X (formerly Twitter) on Friday (local time). The chairman is a prominent Bitcoin advocate and has been a consistent investor. Michael Saylor has been a prominent proponent of bitcoin and has continued to invest in the currency. In response, MicroStrategy raised $500 million (about $69.5 billion) in a convertible bond offering on March 13 (local time) to further invest in Bitcoin. As one of the most prominent Bitcoin bulls, Michael Saylor's message has been interpreted in a variety of ways by the Bitcoin community. Michael Saylor has a history of making statements and then not responding to questions about them. His comments have also focused attention on the Bitcoin halving, which is expected to happen this week. Michael Sailer has previously claimed that the halving will increase the price of Bitcoin. Halving is an event that occurs every four years or so where Bitcoin mining rewards are halved, halving the amount of Bitcoin available to the market. Michael Saylor theorizes that this will create buying pressure on spot Bitcoin ETFs, which will drive the price up. Meanwhile, BitcoinSense, which is counting the halving of Bitcoin, predicts that there are about 2 days and 10 hours of average mining time left until the 2024 halving...
  • Roblox Launches Automatic Translation Tool for Global Reach Roblox announced on the 16th that it has launched new features such as an “automatic translation tool” and the ability to launch 3D avatar items in the marketplace to enhance the convenience of Korean game developers. Developers can create and publish games in Korean and automatically translate related content into 15 languages supported by Roblox […]
  • Elon Musk Predicts AI Smarter Than Humans Next Year, Raises Tension in Tech Industry OpenAI, Meta, GPT-5, and LAMA3 are about to be releasedMusk xAI is also rumored to be pushing to attract $4 trillion in investmentJensen Huang “AGI appears within 5 years.”Professor Andrew Ng: “It’ll take 30 to 50 years.” Javier Milei, President of Argentina (right), and Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, pose for a commemorative photo at […]
  • Russia's Crypto Regulation Bill Set for August Passage Amid US Sanctions The bill is expected to pass in August Russian authorities are preparing to reintroduce a bill to regulate cryptocurrency mining that failed to be adopted in 2022. Due to U.S. sanctions, Russian authorities are paying attention to cryptocurrencies, which have a strong point in cross-border transactions. According to the industry, on the 15th, the Russian […]
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