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Tencent’s overall video games business slipped 1 per cent year on year to US$4.1 billion in the first quarter of 2019The company cites fewer new titles being released as a reason for the decline
Precise detection will need the help of AI to interpret patient data gathered from sensors on connected devices.
The Yunnan tourism app has attracted more than 23 million users.
If ARM cuts ties with Huawei, the Chinese telecoms giant will accelerate use of its own in-house chips, Jefferies says
Tantan is China’s biggest dating platform, with 90 million registered users and six million daily active users.
Sina, which had 462 million active users on Weibo at the end of 2018, was chosen as first partner for the initiative because of its enormous trove of data.
The move is part of an ongoing internet crackdown by Beijing to clean up its cyberspace, with recent efforts focusing more on apps and live-streaming content
Tencent's Cloud business aims to customise services for various industries, including retail and financial services.
While the app enjoyed a meteoric rise in its early days, Liaotianbao has struggled to keep users on its platform.
The Tencent-owned super app turned eight years old this month amid criticism about its monopolistic behaviour.