Honor, the budget smartphone brand sold by Huawei Technologies in November, has reportedly resumed cooperation with US chipmaker Qualcomm and the companies are working to deliver a new 5G handset in the coming months.
ByteDance, the parent company of popular short video app TikTok, has rejected Microsoft, the first publicly known bidder of the app’s American arm.
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Microsoft said it will continue providing services to Chinese users in response to recent rumors that it will no longer offer Windows services in China.
Microsoft is ready to press ahead with discussions to explore a possible acquisition of TikTok in the United States.
While Microsoft announced on Friday to permanently close its physical stores in the US, Australia, and etc, it will continue running its stores in China.
Former Microsoft executive vice president of Artificial Intelligence and Research Harry Shum has been appointed the chairman of the board of local news platform News Break.
“Under the crush of Microsoft and piracies, Kingsoft software was indeed leading a very hard life. What put us through those times is that we still firmly believe that a good national software company has big opportunities."
Microsoft introduced a new AI, the sole purpose of which is to best people in the game of Mahjong.
OPPO and Microsoft jointly announced their cooperation on ColorOS’ built-in intelligent assistant, Breeno.
Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo have written a joint letter to the Trump administration, warning the government that its impending tariffs on Chinese goods will dramatically harm the video game industry and its employees.
Last month, Microsoft removed Huawei’s range of laptops from its online store, following the United States’ blacklisting of the Chinese tech giant. However, the MateBook 13, MateBook, and MateBook X Pro have all now returned to the online store and are available for purchase.
Hong Xiaowen, senior Vice President of Microsoft Corporation and Chairman of Microsoft Asia Pacific R&D Group and President of Microsoft Research Asia, revealed on Apr. 11 that the world's largest artificial intelligence and IoT laboratory will be officially put into operation in Shanghai in mid-May this year.
Microsoft's largest artificial intelligence (AI) and IoT lab in the world has settled in Zhangjiang, Shanghai.
During the recent Microsoft Shanghai Tech Summit held at the Shanghai World Expo Center, Cheetah Mobile, the leading mobile internet company was one of the participants.