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Kim Chang-han, a former child computer prodigy who won national coding competitions in South Korea in the 1980s, had reached his lowest point. As a last attempt to succeed in the video game business, he decided to make what’s known as a battle royale game.
Once a leader, Xiami saw its monthly active users (MAUs) fall to 22.4 million by October 2020, a tiny fraction of the 450 million for Tencent’s three music apps. Founder Wang Hao’s laid back style was reflected in Xiami’s philosophy of focusing on the music first but it may have also contributed to the decline.
Twitter Inc has done something that was once thought unimaginable. It shut down one of its biggest attractions – Donald Trump’s account – and in doing so also cancelled a sitting US president.
Samsung Electronics flagged a jump of more than 25% in Q4 operating profit Friday, with working from home under the coronavirus pandemic driving demand for the devices powered by its chips.
(Reuters) - Shares of Tesla surged to a record high in heavy trading on Thursday, with the electric car maker's stock market value exceeding Facebook's for the first time.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd shares jumped on Friday after it said its fourth quarter operating profit likely rose 26% as coronavirus pandemic driven remote working and TV-watching fuelled sales of chips and display panels.
(Reuters) -U.S. President Donald Trump returned to Twitter on Thursday with a video acknowledging that Joe Biden would be the next U.S. president as other social media services including Facebook Inc blocked his accounts over concerns that his messages might spark further violent protests.
Elon Musk, the outspoken entrepreneur behind Tesla Inc and SpaceX, kicked off the new year by homing in on a characteristically audacious title: the richest person on the planet.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's December-quarter profit likely rose by a third, as remote working and TV-watching during the pandemic fuelled demand for chips and display panels, offsetting weaker smartphone sales, analysts said.
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.