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LONDON: England’s Premier League, the world’s wealthiest soccer competition, returns today and organisers are trying everything to claw back viewers and mend the damage from coronavirus
HONG KONG: High demand for video games during Covid-19 lockdowns buoyed Tencent Holdings’ first-quarter revenue and profits, with blockbuster games PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile and Honor of Kings helping it beat forecasts.
NEW YORK: Intel Corp is trying to sell its new laptop chips in an old way - by emphasising their speed. The world’s biggest chipmaker is touting the clock speed of its new H line of processors, citing their ability to process data at more than five gigahertz, or five billion cycles a second.
HONG KONG: Tencent Holdings Ltd picked up millions of new gamers during the global coronavirus outbreak - yet that surge in mobile play may be slowing as the world’s No. 2 economy goes back to work.
NEW YORK: New York Stock Exchange owner Intercontinental Exchange Inc (ICE) said it had decided to stop exploring deal options with eBay Inc, just hours after its chief executive said he would "love" to speak with the e-commerce company.
BEIJING: China’s tech industry enters a new year after weathering unprecedented turbulence in 2019, when giants emerged in social media and artificial intelligence only to bear the brunt of Washington’s campaign to contain the world’s No. 2 economy.
HONG KONG: Chinese startup Kuaishou is considering to go public in the US to bankroll its expansion in short videos and fend off competition from TikTok owner ByteDance Inc, according to people familiar with the matter.
LOS ANGELES: US consumers are expected to spend a combined $26 billion on music and video subscription services this year, according to new estimates from the Consumer Technology Association.
On a crisp morning last October, a few dozen students with wildly diverse backgrounds and expertise filed into the red-brick building of Harvard University’s Kennedy School. Three things united them: they were young, they wanted to do good and they were all staggeringly wealthy.