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Ant Financial's Alipay, the operator of one of China's top two mobile payment apps, said hackers have taken an unknown amount of money from accounts using stolen Apple Inc IDs and the issue remains unresolved despite reaching out to the U.S. giant. Alipay said in a post on its Toutiao social media account on Wednesday that users who have linked their accounts using Apple IDs should lower transaction limits. "Alipay has contacted Apple many times...and the issue has not been resolved," the post said.
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MUMBAI, India, Oct. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Microsoft Corp. and Anil Kumble's technology startup, Spektacom Technologies, with support from broadcast partner Star India, came together on Thursday to announce the introduction of the Power Bat. "We're excited to be a part of the work Spektacom and Star India are doing to enhance the cricket experience for fans, players and coaches," said Peggy Johnson, executive vice president, Microsoft. The Power Bat promises to be another step in the same direction, and we look forward to the partnership with Anil Kumble (Spektacom) and Microsoft in bringing it to our broadcasts." According to Anil Kumble, former captain, Indian cricket team, and founder, Spektacom, "Our vision is to bring sports closer to fans through interesting ways of engagement using real-time sports analytics. During practice or coaching, the same data can be viewed through a mobile app. Although the technology introduced by Spektacom today has its first use case in cricket, for Microsoft, Anil Kumble and Star India this is the first of many sports where it can be used.
SAN FRANCISCO/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Apple Inc is taking control over the power-management technology at the heart of its iPhones in a $600 million deal with Dialog Semiconductor that also secures the German-listed company's role as a supplier to the U.S. tech giant. The agreement to license technology and take on people from the Anglo-German chip designer is not only unusual, but also the largest of its kind by Apple, whose last sizeable acquisition was the $350 million purchase of Face ID creator PrimeSense in 2013. Dialog shares surged as much as 34 percent on Thursday, their most since 2002, as the deal bought the company time to reduce its dependence on Apple - which it expects to account for three-quarters of this year's sales. Dialog Chief Executive Jalal Bagherli told Reuters he could now lead a "managed, smooth" transformation of the business as Dialog seeks new opportunities in areas such as the Internet of Things that includes connected devices like home speakers, fitness trackers or smart watches. Since the first iPhones a decade ago, Apple has used Dialog power-management chips to extend their battery life.
SAN FRANCISCO/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Apple Inc is to buy part of Dialog Semiconductor Plc's business in a $600 million deal, expanding the iPhone maker's chip operations in Europe and securing the German-listed company's role as a supplier to the U.S. tech group. Dialog's shares rose by 34 percent in Frankfurt early on Thursday as the deal settles questions about future relations between Apple and Dialog, whose stock tumbled earlier this year when it said Apple planned to use chips from another supplier. Apple bought Israel's PrimeSense, creator of the facial recognition application used to unlock newer iPhones, for about $350 million in 2013. Since the first iPhones a decade ago, Apple has used Dialog power-management chips to manage their battery life. Half of the deal's value, or about $300 million, is cash for the Dialog engineers and offices and the other $300 million is pre-payment to Dialog for supplying chips over the next three years, the companies said.
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Dialog Semiconductor signs $600 million licensing deal with Apple. ReutersOctober 11, 2018, 5:59 AM GMT. BERLIN (Reuters) - Dialog Semiconductor has struck a $600 million deal with Apple to license its power management technologies and transfer some of its assets and 300 R&D staff to the U.S. technology firm. The Anglo-German chip developer said on Thursday Apple would pay it $300 million in cash for the transaction and prepay a further $300 million for products to be delivered to Apple over the next three years. Dialog also announced plans to buy back 10 percent of its outstanding shares following it third quarter results. What to read next.
(Bloomberg) -- While a supply shortage still looms in the lithium market next decade, the industry should brace for further volatility into next year, according to Wang Xiaoshen, vice chairman of Jiangxi Ganfeng Lithium Co., which is forecast to become the second-largest producer from this year. The supplier to Tesla Inc. and BMW AG fell as much as 28 percent on its debut on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange Thursday amid turbulence in the lithium and boarder markets. In anticipation of industry expansion, Ganfeng is developing its battery interests and sees challenges ahead for new entrants, Wang said in edited highlights of an interview on Oct. 9. They probably share the same view that come 2023-2024 there will be tight supply when everyone is ramping up the EV production. But in the short term we have to fasten our seat belts and be careful.
Royal Bank of Scotland Group (LON:RBS) had its price target decreased by stock analysts at Credit Suisse Group from GBX 320 ($4.18) to GBX 300 ($3.92) in a research note issued to investors on Monday, September 24th. One equities research analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, four have given a hold rating and nine have assigned a buy rating to the company. Royal Bank of Scotland Group has a 52 week low of GBX 221.80 ($2.90) and a 52 week high of GBX 304.20 ($3.97). The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc, together with its subsidiaries, provides banking and financial products and services to personal, commercial, corporate, and institutional customers worldwide.
Apple plans to give original content for free to device owners - CNBC. ReutersOctober 11, 2018, 1:04 AM GMT. (Reuters) - Apple Inc is planning a new digital video service that will provide original content free to its device owners, CNBC reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter. The service will also carry subscription channels, which will allow customers to sign up for online-only services such as those from HBO and Starz, the report said. Apple, which has been struggling to gain ground for its TV services, plans to debut the revamped app early next year. Apple declined to comment. What to read next.
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