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Huawei is now closely observing and evaluating the situation, Honor president Zhao Ming said at Shanghai event‘Too early to say whether we are able to achieve the goal’ of becoming No 1 by 2020, Zhao said
Shenzhen caught in crossfire of tech war as country’s most advanced technologies, from AI to drones and robotics, being developed in the area.
A US warning on the security risks of Chinese-made drones has raised the spectre of DJI being placed under a trade ban.
In 2018 Huawei’s total expenditure on components and other supplies reached US$70 billionHuawei’s wholly owned chip unit has said it is activating its backup plan to ensure continuous supply of most products
The number of people who log into WeChat via a computer increased almost 10 times over a three year period.
Game For Peace was also the most downloaded free game and top-grossing game in Apple’s China App Store as of last Friday, according to data from Sensor Tower. The new game has similar game play and allows users to migrate their data from PUBG automatically.
The lawsuit, which also names JD.com as a defendant, seeks more than US$50,000 in damages
Tencent's Cloud business aims to customise services for various industries, including retail and financial services.
The artificial intelligence-based system has been rolled out across more than 1,000 car parks in China.
Canaan Creative, the world’s second biggest maker of bitcoin mining machines, has cut prices on all of its models to as low as US$200 a rigVendors slack off their days at Shenzhen’s Huaqiangbei electronics market