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HONG KONG: Billionaire Li Ka-shing (pic) reassigned a portion of his long-held stake in Zoom Video Communications Inc to his businessman son Richard.
(Reuters) - Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings Ltd said a company executive is being investigated by authorities over allegations of "personal corruption", after a media report said the move was linked to sharing of personal data from its popular WeChat app.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Kuaishou Technology surged three-fold in its Hong Kong stock market debut on Friday to become the fifth-largest listed company in the city, driven by massive demand from mom-and-pop investors for the Chinese online video service operator.
(Reuters) - China's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd beat estimates for third-quarter revenue on a pandemic-driven jump in e-commerce, but its shares dropped amid regulatory heat for founder Jack Ma's business empire.
US tech giant Google stepped up its public relations campaign against Australian regulation Friday, presenting all search users Down Under with a "proposal" to water down planned rules.
Australia’s Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said it’s “inevitable” that Google and other tech behemoths will have to eventually pay for using media content, responding to the Internet giant’s threat to disable its search engine in the country if it’s forced to pay local publishers for news.
Google threatened on Jan 22 to block Australian users from accessing its search service unless the government changed proposed legislation to make the Internet giant pay news outlets for their content.
Digital health care is in the spotlight at the tech industry’s big event this week amid a pandemic that has highlighted the importance of remote services, with a potentially lasting impact on medical delivery.
The Consumer Electronics Show known for crowds, sensory-overload, and deal-making is relying on technology it has long hawked to put pizzazz into its first virtual event, kicking off Jan 11.
The Jan 11-14 event will go on without the glitzy spectacles and showy product unveilings which have in past years drawn tens of thousands of industry participants.