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Straps to hold the wireless earbuds ‘felt like a very obvious idea’, co-founder says. Swedish startup Tapper’s straps and chains cost as much as 625 yuan (US$90).
Covid-19: China’s online sales of disinfectant, hair care accessories, massage chairs increase as consumers stay at home
Restaurants, cinemas, hotels, and shops have all been forced to close because of the outbreak, while factories remain shut and some employees work from home. Air purifiers, disposable gloves and fresh vegetables also among the most popular, according to a survey by Chinese e-commerce firm Suning.com.
Nintendo Co is likely to struggle to supply sufficient Switch consoles to its US and European markets as soon as April due to a production bottleneck caused by the coronavirus outbreak, according to people with knowledge of the company’s supply chain.
The US$800bil (RM3.31tril) grocery industry is keeping a sharp eye on a strip mall in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles. There, sandwiched between a nail salon and a bank branch, Amazon.com Inc is working on the first in a new chain of grocery stores set to open this year.
China’s coronavirus outbreak is putting the country’s market infrastructure to the test like never before, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of a decade-long effort to digitise nearly every aspect of securities trading.
Xiaomi Corp CEO Lei Jun made the comments at a livestreamed product launch on Feb 10 for the company's new flagship Mi 10 phone series.
A diaper manufacturer in eastern China was closed for the Lunar New Year holiday when it heard from officials – China needed vast amounts of masks to fight a deadly virus epidemic and factories needed to chip in.
KOTA KINABALU: Sometime in March last year, Faezrah Rizalman saw an Apec (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) app challenge advertisement for a software development competition to strengthen women entrepreneurs' role in the economy.
Fresh signs of robot supremacy are emerging on Wall Street in the form of machine stock analysts that make more profitable investment choices than humans.
Like their counterparts in Silicon Valley, China’s largest tech companies struggled to prove online groceries can be a viable business. Then the novel coronavirus struck.