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Realme founder plays down impact of India’s Covid-19 crisis on budget smartphone maker, saying demand could take off once worst is over
Realme founder says he is not too worried by the pandemic and hopes the company can ship 70 million phones in 2021India has been crucial for Chinese smartphone makers looking for growth amid market saturation back home but Covid-19 crisis is now weighing
GEORGE TOWN: With most households now turning into temporary classrooms, teachers have to adapt to the new normal and be more creative to keep their students engaged during online lessons.
Taiwan's Foxconn on Friday forecast a 15% rise in second-quarter revenue as the work-from-home boom spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic extends, boosting demand for consumer devices such as the iPhones that Foxconn assembles for Apple.
TAIPEI (Reuters) -Taiwan's Foxconn on Friday forecast a 15% rise in second-quarter revenue as the work-from-home boom spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic extends, boosting demand for consumer devices such as the iPhones that Foxconn assembles for Apple.
TAIPEI (Reuters) -Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC), the world's biggest contract chipmaker, said some of its facilities experienced a "brief power dip" on Thursday after an island-wider power outage, raising concerns that a global chip shortage could worsen.
China is getting old fast and Beijing is faced with the monumental challenge of how to provide for tens of millions of retirees. But this has also opened opportunities for those who are financially comfortable in their dotage and able to harness the commercial possibilities of technology.
Multicultural festivals in Malaysia have been anything but festive since the outbreak of Covid-19, leaving people stuck in unfamiliar territory and longing to be among loved ones back home.
WASHINGTON (Bloomberg): Xiaomi Corp and the US government have reached an agreement to set aside a Trump administration blacklisting that could have restricted American investment in the Chinese smartphone maker.
BEIJING (AFP): Exquisitely garbed in a traditional cheongsam dress, 76-year-old Sang Xiuzhu is one of an unlikely vanguard of elderly influencers storming Chinese social media with videos of glamour in the golden years.
‘If you can’t beat them, join them.’ This is exactly what teachers are trying to do in an era where students are smitten with smartphones and social media applications such as TikTok, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.