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T Stamp, Inc. is an artificial intelligence (AI) company. The Company develops and market’s identity authentication software solutions for enterprise partners and peer-to-peer (P2P) markets. It develops proprietary artificial intelligence driven solutions; researching and leveraging cutting edge technology including biometric science, cryptography, and data mining to deliver understanding identity and trust predictions while protecting the user’s privacy and identifying and defending against fraudulent identity attacks. The Company utilizes the cutting-edge power and agility of technologies, such as graphics processing unit (GPU), neural networks and edge computing to process data effectively for usage across industries, including banking/fintech, humanitarian and development services, biometrically secured email, know your customer/anti-money laundering compliance, government and law enforcement, P2P transactions, social media, sharing economy, real estate, travel, and healthcare.


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Broadcom stock dinged in final minutes on report Apple working on its own WiFi/Bluetooth chips

8:45 am ET January 10, 2023 (MarketWatch)

By Wallace Witkowski

Broadcom Inc. shares closed sharply lower Monday in the final minutes of trading following a report that Apple Inc. was working on its own WiFi and Bluetooth chips, which would make Broadcom's unnecessary in iPhones and other Apple mobile devices.

Broadcom (AVGO) shares traded as high as $601.67 on Monday, a gain of 2.3%, but dropped in a matter of seconds to a low of $560.56, for a 4.7% intraday loss, before finishing the day down 2% at $576.89.

Toward the end of the trading day, Bloomberg News reported that Apple (AAPL) had in place plans to release its first modem chip at the end of 2024 or early 2025, giving the consumer-electronics giant little reason to buy those chips from Broadcom.

Broadcom shares slipped an additional 0.8% after hours. Back in December, Broadcom's "excellent backlog management" earned it praise from Wall Street, following an earnings report in which Broadcom CEO Hock Tan refused to provide a full-year outlook as the company scrubbed its backlog.

In comparison, the S&P 500 Index finished down less than 0.1% on Monday, the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite index advanced 0.6%, and Apple shares closed up 0.4% at $130.15.

-Wallace Witkowski


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January 10, 2023 08:45 ET (13:45 GMT)

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