What you need to know about the latest consumer tech news
The first Unpacked of 2022 will happen virtually on Wednesday, February 9th at 10am ET (7am PT).
Microsoft's overall business is still going strong, even though it's not seeing the shockingly fast revenue growth it saw last year.
The president provided an update on an executive order he signed last summer.
News reports surfaced over the past 24 hours that the $40 billion Nvidia-Arm deal, which ranks among the most expensive tech deals ever, is in peril. Nvidia is reportedly ready to walk away due to regulatory pressure. Just last month, the U.K.'s antitrust watchdog announced it was holding up Microsoft's proposed $20 billion acquisition of Nuance Communications.
The Commerce Department has warned chip shortages could last through most of 2022, with many companies in bad shape.
Watch this drag race between a Tesla Model S Plaid and the Lucid Air — neither brand could claim total victory.
Just as YouTube tests the NFT waters, Ryan Wyatt and Jamie Byrne are moving to Web3 ventures.
Ryan Wyatt describes himself on Twitter as YouTube's head of Gaming by day, and a "web3 & crypto advisor/investor by night." Today, Wyatt announced that he will be leaving YouTube after almost eight years to join the team at Polygon, a blockchain scaling network built on Ethereum. "I will miss YouTube dearly, but it's time for me to pursue other endeavors in life and where my passions are taking me," Wyatt wrote in a note posted on Twitter.
CEO Susan Wojicki said YouTube is exploring how its creators could benefit from NFTs.
NVIDIA has reportedly made little to no progress in gaining regulatory approval for its purchase of ARM and is privately preparing to abandon the dea.