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  • Bloomberg

    Samsung Union Targets Highest-End AI Chip Plants as Strike Flags

    (Bloomberg) -- Samsung Electronics Co.’s largest union is now calling on employees at one of the company’s most advanced AI memory chip plants to walk off the job, switching tactics after their campaign for higher pay showed signs of losing steam.Most Read from BloombergMusk Donates to Trump, Tapping Fortune to Swing 2024 RaceGiuliani’s Bankruptcy Dismissed With $150 Million Still OwedBiden Vows to Stay in 2024 Race Even as NATO Gaffes Risk His CampaignAT&T Data Hack Prompts FCC Probe, Raises Br

  • South China Morning Post

    Can Samsung's new Galaxy Ring smart device help its China comeback?

    Samsung Electronics, once the dominant smartphone player in China, is drawing fresh interest from consumers on the mainland after the South Korean tech giant unveiled on Wednesday its new smart wearable device, the US$400 titanium Galaxy Ring. The lightweight, water-resistant smart ring - available in black, silver and gold in nine size options, and weighing from 2.3 grams to 3 grams - supports everyday wellness monitoring through its on-device artificial intelligence, which generates a user's d

  • Reuters

    Hedge funds turn to South Korea for next wave in AI

    Hedge funds hunting for artificial intelligence-related stock market bargains are rushing into South Korea's chipmakers, betting a new wave of demand for high-end memory chips and government spending makes them more valuable. Britain's Man Group, Singapore's FengHe Fund Management and Hong Kong's CloudAlpha Capital Management and East Eagle Asset Management are among the hedge funds seeking AI exposure in Asia that are looking to South Korean behemoths such as SK Hynix and Samsung Electronics, which have so far lagged the sector's rally. "If we consider Nvidia the king of the AI story, then Hynix is the queen," said Matt Hu, chief investment officer of $4 billion FengHe, which has been buying Hynix and Samsung this year.