Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Personal Tech Log In Log In Today’s Paper Personal Tech | Staying on Top of Tech’s Changing Story Advertisement Supported by TECH WE’RE USING From Washington to London. From the price of avocados to Amazon Prime. Here’s how Joseph Plambeck, deputy tech editor, rides herd on how tech is changing the way we live. FeaturingJoseph Plambeck Sept. 11, 2019, 9:00 a.m. ET How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Joseph Plambeck, deputy technology editor in New York, discussed the tech he’s using. What tech tools do you use to keep on top of the nonstop flow of tech news? If anyone has an elegant solution for this, please let me know. I rely on a mishmash of email, news apps, mobile notifications and Twitter. First thing in the morning, I check email on my creaky iPhone to see what … [Read more...] about Staying on Top of Tech’s Changing Story
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By Kimberly Chin WSJ Mon., Jan. 28, 2019 Shares of Nvidia Corp. fell more than 15% after the company on Monday lowered its fourth-quarter guidance following weaker-than-expected sales from its gaming and datacenter divisions. The Santa Clara, Calif., chipmaker said it expects roughly $120 million in charges in connection with excess inventory of its graphic cards and other components. Nvidia also cut its quarterly revenue guidance by $500 million at the midpoint to $2.2 billion. The consensus forecast from analysts polled by Refinitiv was revenue of $2.7 billion. The latest quarter “was an extraordinary, unusually turbulent, and disappointing quarter,” said Jensen Huang, Nvidia’s founder and chief executive, in prepared remarks. Nvidia plans to report fourth-quarter and fiscal 2019 earnings on Feb. 14. Nvidia’s updated guidance sent shares of other semiconductor companies lower, as Advanced Micro Devices Inc. fell 7% and Intel Corp. and … [Read more...] about Nvidia Lowers Guidance on Weakness in Gaming, Datacenter Businesses
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The accusations of sexual assault by Harvey Weinstein sent such cataclysmic shock waves through our entire culture that it almost feels there's nothing left to say. Untouchable, a new documentary detailing Weinstein's predatory behaviour, doesn't have much to say that's new, but it does offer the most important thing of all: the words of the women who were abused, in person, speaking directly to us.Untouchable is directed by Ursula Macfarlane and premiered this week at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. It gives an overview of Weinstein's rise to his position as an all-powerful movie mogul, highlighting how the burgeoning power and influence of his career was intertwined with his proclivity for sexual harassment and assault. From his days as a concert promoter in Buffalo to his time as unassailable boss of hit-making movie company Miramax, scores of women allege Weinstein used his position to abuse employees and actresses. A pattern emerges in their allegations of luring women to … [Read more...] about Harvey Weinstein documentary Untouchable lets women tell their stories