Today's top tech headlines include Microsoft's TikTok bid being rejected, Sony announcing a digital PS5 showcase and Nvidia purchasing SoftBank's Arm chip division.
The deal is the chip industry's largest ever.
Graphics-chip maker Nvidia is reportedly nearing an agreement to acquire the semiconductor designer.
Everyone who isn't Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Snap seems to want a piece of TikTok.
It's the only suitor in discussions with Arm owner SoftBank, Bloomberg reports.
The Japanese conglomerate purchased the UK-based company four years ago for nearly $32 billion.
An army of Spot and Pepper robots root, root, root for their Japanese home team.
Other Japanese automakers decided to get in on the fun, too.
Both Honda and Hino have bought 10 percent stakes in Monet Technologies, co-founded by Toyota and SoftBank in 2018.
The company will look for startups focused on artificial intelligence for devices.
The two companies are forming a joint venture called Monet Technologies.
The Detroit automaker and the Japanese conglomerate are pushing hard toward the commercialization of autonomous cars.