Vivo unveiled its Apex 2019 smartphone today and broke all conceptual barriers for smartphone makers.
Amidst the recent undesirable turn of events, Huawei is keeping its head above water throughout the race for 5G.
On the morning of Jan. 23 local time, the World Economic Forum announced the establishment of the “Artificial Intelligence Council”, which will be co-chaired by Innovation Works CEO Kai-Fu Lee and Microsoft President Bradford L. Smith.
On Jan. 23, Wang Huiwen, co-founder and senior vice president of Chinese food delivery giant Meituan Dianping, announced in an internal letter the full integration of bike-sharing company Mobike into the Meituan system.
Chinese electronics company Xiaomi’s co-founder and president Lin Bin teases a three-panel foldable phone on China’s social media platform Weibo. Lin claims it to be the world’s first double folding smartphone.
According to insiders from tech startup Smartisan, some employees have been informed to re-sign their labor contracts with Bytedance, the parent company of Toutiao, which points to that Smartisan is under acquisition negotiations with Bytedance.
On Jan. 22, according to Canadian newspaper the Globe and Mail, the United States will proceed with the formal extradition of Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Huawei, from Canada, which is expected to add more tension to the matter.
On Jan. 21st, the Chinese autonomous driving company Roadstar.ai announced the dismissal of one of its co-founders Zhou Guang. All relevant labor contracts have been terminated accordingly.
On Jan. 17, a short film entitled “What is Peppa” went viral on Chinese social media. It depicts the touching quest of a loving grandfather, who has spent all his life living in rural areas, doting on his grandson by crafting a “Peppa Pig”. The grandfather began his journey of figuring out what exactly peppa is, as soon as he heard from his grandson that he wanted a “peppa pig” for the Chinese New Year.
A bug with the Pinduoduo’s discount vouchers that value up to tens of millions of yuan flooded into the public.
A surgeon in China successfully finished the world’s first telesurgery using 5G technology, the tech provider Huawei said on Jan.10.
Most smartphone giants have already settled on a yearly upgrade cycle, and industry spectators have a good estimation of the innovative smartphones that will be coming out in 2019.
One year after Vivo released the innovative bezel-less APEX, the company upgraded it to the APEX 2019, as Vivo’s weibo post suggests on Jan. 18.
Ren Zhengfei, founder of Huawei and father of Meng, stepped into the spotlight on Jan. 17 to shed light on the recent turn of events involving the Chinese tech giant.
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