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The 39-year-old suspect, an English teacher at a tutorial centre in Tuen Mun, was detained at his home in Tin Shui Wai. The tutorial centre fired him on Sunday and police have seized his computer to check for child pornography.
In China’s popular online-streaming industry, virtual gift-giving is big. You can send your favourite live performer anything from a rose for 5 yuan (RM3.14) to a space rocket for 500 yuan (RM312.84).
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp said on Sunday that its legal complaint against the U.S. Department of Defense and the Treasury Department was to protect the company's interests, in a notice on the Hong Kong stock exchange.
Mobile phone users required to register new numbers under real identities in proposed overhaul of SIM-card rules. Ministers say reform is needed to tackle serious and organised crime.
(Reuters) - Apple Inc's smartphone shipments jumped 22% to record levels in the fourth quarter, making it the world's biggest seller, while those for Huawei plunged as U.S. sanctions took effect.
ByteDance Ltd’s revenue more than doubled to about US$35bil (RM141.56bil) last year, defying heightened global competition and Trump’s attempt to ban its signature video service TikTok in the US.
Kuaishou has changed the lives of millions in China, but will the short video app prove a good investment?
Kuaishou is set for an initial public offering in Hong Kong that would be the city’s biggest in over a year. Short video app has offered a place to shine online for millions of underdogs but investors have to gauge if it can turn this appeal into sustainable profits.
When China’s two big mobile powers clashed publicly on New Year’s Eve, the stock of a little-known gaming company surged the most ever, minting a new billionaire in 38-year-old maverick entrepreneur Huang Yimeng.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - "Social robots like me can take care of the sick or elderly," Sophia says as she conducts a tour of her lab in Hong Kong. "I can help communicate, give therapy and provide social stimulation, even in difficult situations."
Since being unveiled in 2016, Sophia – a humanoid robot – has gone viral. Now the company behind her has a new vision: to mass-produce robots by the end of the year.