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BENGALURU (Reuters) - Chinese smartphone brands increased their market share in India in 2020, a year marked by deadly border clashes between the Asian neighbours and backlash against Chinese firms in India, research firm Counterpoint said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Microsoft Corp on Tuesday reported its Azure cloud computing services grew 50%, the second quarter of acceleration in a business that had begun to slow as the global pandemic benefited the software maker's investment on working and learning from home.
WeChat creator Allen Zhang is counting on a breakthrough in video to thwart TikTok owner ByteDance Ltd, building on the success of his last big overhaul of the all-in-one messaging app.
While the abrupt halting of human activities last spring led to a record drop in global CO2 emissions, the carbon footprint of the digital world has on the contrary increased over the same period, in the face of the rise of teleworking and the mass use of streaming worldwide.
At the heart of the trio of phones in the range – Galaxy S21, S21+ and S21 Ultra – is the new Exynos 2100 processor built from the ground up using an advanced 5nm (nanometer) process.
iPhone suppliers are racing to meet surging demand for Apple Inc’s 5G handsets after tech-savvy consumers leaped on the first major wireless technology upgrade in a decade.
Tech companies beware: As customers become increasingly sophisticated, demanding and vocal, they’ll want more features on their terms, not yours.
This year, with our eyes constantly glued to the screens, we sought escape in sound.
Millions of sidelined motorcycle taxi drivers in Indonesia are bracing for a long recovery as the country’s coronavirus outbreak shows no signs of abating.
(Reuters) - Activist hedge fund Third Point LLC is pushing Intel Corp to explore strategic alternatives, including whether it should keep chip design and production under one roof, according to a letter it sent to the company's chairman on Tuesday that was reviewed by Reuters.