At the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit on December 3, Xiaomi announced that they will be the first to use the new chipsets.
“New Technology, no matter how cool it is, still requires huge efforts in order to achieve future commercialization,” said Luo.
Facial recognition checks are now part of the standard procedure when registering for mobile phone services in China.
TikTok, an international short-video platform owned by Beijing-based ByteDance was found to be limiting the reach of users with disabilities, according to Netzpolitik.org.
Chinese short-video platform Kuaishou has raised its latest found of financing, to the tune of nearly $3 billion.
Huawei has responded to reports about Li Hongyuan, an ex-Huawei employee who was detained for 251 days under suspicion of extortion regarding the termination compensation he received from the company.
On December 2, CEO of Chinese smartphone brand Realme, Li Bingzhong, said that next year the company will only release 5G devices, calling curtains on the age of 4G.
In June 2019, OYO China, the subsidiary of the rapidly growing Indian operator of leased and franchised hotels, announced the launch of its 2.0 strategy.
According to TrendForce, Apple’s mobile phone shipments are expected to surpass those of Huawei in the fourth quarter of 2019 thanks to the success of the iPhone 11 in China.
The current level of technological development surely allows for more creative ways of dealing with natural disasters than simply sending tents and canned food to those who managed to survive the cataclysm.
A former Huawei employee was detained for extortion in late 2018 after demanding that the company pay him a contract termination compensation of roughly 300,000 yuan.
The Mi 9, a highly praised budget-friendly flagship released by Xiaomi in February, was abruptly removed from the phone-maker’s official website on December 1.
Meituan Dianping selected over 4,700 stores from 31 cities in 19 countries and included them in two lists titled “2019 Reputable Restaurants” and “2019 Popular Brands”.
Huawei released its white paper on autonomous driving based on its core 5G network to advance the development and integration of 5G in the field of self-driving technology.
In an interview with CNN, Ren Zhengfei decided to break the silence and address the issue implying that the the US has treated Huawei unfairly.