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Apple's top iPhone assembler, Taiwan-based Foxconn, has set up a task force to fend off the growing clout of Chinese electronics manufacturer Luxshare.
Hampered by cautious investors and a rigid corporate culture, Japan has produced just a handful of major startups. But there are signs that could be changing, industry insiders say.
Smithfield Foods Inc thought it was doing great. In the first quarter of this year, its earnings were up 190% over the same period in 2019. Then the pandemic hit, and the close quarters of meatpacking plants made them ideal places for the coronavirus to spread.
Europe is sitting on a wealth of data that is the 21st equivalent of a precious metal mine during the gold rush. But instead of exploiting it themselves Europeans may be allowing American tech giants to gain control of all the excavation equipment, some experts say.
People are constantly touching their phones or putting them up to their face. In light of the coronavirus, this can seem less than hygienic. While phones don't spread germs, they should be cleaned.
Boosted by US$6mil Alibaba cash injection, Hong Kong compostable food packaging startup takes on single-use plastics
Ecoinno has received US$6mil from the Alibaba Entrepreneurs Fund for manufacturing facilities that include a fully automated factory in Tai Po. One of startup’s first customers will be a Hong Kong airline once flights resume.
Tanja Nickel and Katharina Obladen were still in high school when they patented an idea to disinfect escalator handrails using UV light.
Covid-19: Malaysian 3D printing enthusiasts produce face shields to aid frontliners in fight against pandemic
Malaysian 3D printing and design communities are collaborating to make face shields, which are in short supply, to protect frontliners fighting the Covid-19 pandemic.
A decade after McDonald's shut down in Iceland, thousands of online users follow the live slow decay of the last order – a seemingly indestructible burger with a side of fries protected in a glass case like a precious gem.
Booking a vacation used to mean selecting a package holiday from the catalogue of a big tour operator, but with the advent of the Internet consumers now have more options, a luxury that big travel operators have had difficulty adapting to as the collapse of Thomas Cook shows.