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On September 9, Xiaomi introduced its new wireless charging technology, including the world’s first 30W wireless fast charging technology as well as high power reverse-charging capabilities
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei released its latest flagship Kirin 990 series chipsets in Berlin on September 6.
After a three-day viral swarm across the global internet, Chinese deepfake app ZAO is now facing severe backlashes from the public due to privacy concerns.
Two titans of global technology entrepreneurship, Elon Musk and Jack Ma, shared a stage on August 29, to talk about the future of humanity, through the lens of technology and AI.
Huawei Technologies said on August 28 that it was “very actively” interested in building the first undersea fibre-optic cable between South America and Asia, Reuters reports.
During the past two decades China has undergone an economic miracle with rising living standards permeating all levels of society.
China’s tech giant Huawei launched its artificial intelligence (AI) processor and a new AI computing framework MindSpore.
In March 2019 at the launch event for the Huawei P30 series, the Chinese telecom giant also introduced the Huawei x Gentle Monster smart glasses.
On August 13, Huawei confirmed that it has started research on 6G networks in Ottawa, Canada, according to Canadian media outlet The Logic.
China has successfully tested the technology that can accurately control the landing site of falling rocket parts, making it the second country, after the US, to master the technology.
The United States and China have different approaches to regulating this technology – Blockchain.
OPPO joined hands with media artist Liu Jiayu to present her artwork titled “Tracing the Sky” in Distractions, a three-day tech summit that kicked off on July 14 in Manchester, UK.
“Tracing the Sky”, an artwork cooperated with OPPO, is due to kick off on July 14 in Manchester.
The academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences told a Chinese news outlet on July 7 that China will explore Mars next year with a satellite, a lander and a rover.