The measure forms part of the Shenzhen government’s zero-tolerance approach to sporadic coronavirus infections in the hi-tech hub.
The US Innovation and Competition Act, which awaits passage in the House of Representatives before Biden signs it into law, dispels any illusion that the 46th American president would unwind the policies of his belligerent predecessor.
Huawei’s HarmonyOS is designed for the Internet-of-Things era, with the ability to run on everything from smartphones and tablets to home appliances as the tech giant tries to overcome US sanctions and move away from Android.
Unlike smartphone giants Xiaomi, Oppo and Vivo, former Huawei subsidiary Honor is leaving its options open on HarmonyOS 2.
Huawei has partnered with major brands – including Midea, DJI, Tissot and Swatch – to run HarmonyOS 2.0 on their smart devices.
Fifteen mainland-based firms were added to Apple’s supplier list over the past three years despite worsening Sino-US relations and supply chain disruptions caused by the pandemic.
Beijing’s national data centre initiative is expected to further expand the country’s digital economy, while meeting ambitious green targets.
Xiaomi, one of the world’s largest smartphone vendors, reported a 260.6 per cent increase in first-quarter net profit, beating market estimates.
Huawei is set to roll out Harmony OS on its smartphones early June after introducing the in-house developed software in a range of IoT devices over the past two years.
Communist Party mouthpiece Xinhua said increased scrutiny and supervision are in order for cryptocurrency activities in the world’s second-largest economy.
The SEG Plaza in Shenzhen has been closed until an official investigation into the shaking has been completed.
China’s biggest social media and gaming company posted a 65 per cent rise in profit for the first quarter, beating estimates, as the company continues to face antitrust scrutiny from Beijing.
Engineering inspectors hired by the Shenzhen government found no safety issues at SEG Plaza and its surrounding environment after the mysterious shaking of the 20-year-old building caused an evacuation earlier this week.
In a race to own a key piece future technology, TSMC helped to make a breakthrough with the potential make chips smaller than 1nm, widening the capability gap with the mainland.
Huawei loses a court appeal against a decision to deny its trademark application for HongmengOS, known outside China as HarmonyOS.
Founder of budget smartphone maker still optimistic on India provided country can get past the worst of its current Covid-19 crisis.
To stave off increasing competition from short video upstarts, and tap into a potential gold mine, China’s entertainment giant hopes cash rewards will bring more users.
China’s semiconductor imports were down 7 per cent in April from the previous month, but up 23 per cent year over year despite global shortages, which are expected to persist throughout 2021.
India’s Covid-19 resurgence is impacting Chinese smartphone makers that have bet big on the country, and it could lead to manufacturing shutdowns.
Huawei’s IC design unit HiSilicon has become a bit player in 5G chipsets after US sanctions cut off its access to wafer foundries, allowing rivals MediaTek and Qualcomm to gain share.
The State Administration for Market Regulation imposed a fine of US$77,243 each on Tencent, Didi and eight other major internet firms.
The two-minute clip, released Wednesday by Beijing’s municipal department in charge of human resources and social security, comes the same week that China’s market regulator kicked off an antitrust probe into the on-demand delivery giant.
Huawei is emerging from its toughest year on record, and the Biden White House has kept his predecessor’s stranglehold mostly in place, compelling one of China’s largest technology companies to seek new growth areas.
TikTok and Douyin owner ByteDance faces difficulties in restructuring to meet US and China regulations, sources said, while demands from various stakeholders also complicate the company’s plan to go public.
China’s internet and market watchdogs, along with several other regulators, issued new rules to regulate the live-streaming sector.
Moves comes after senior executive said smart cars may help company offset declining smartphone sales.
A Chinese securities regulator blamed a shift in Washington’s political atmosphere for derailing progress made towards agreeable auditing standards, which risks pushing Chinese firms off the NYSE or Nasdaq.
The People’s Bank of China unveiled plans to build up its own financial technology, including a ‘central bank cloud’, after Ant Group and JD.com were forced to restructure their financial services.
Long-form video platform Tencent Video and short video service Weishi will be combined into a new operation.
The cloud business is less dependent on chips but faces stiff competition from Alibaba and Tencent.