Sony is starting a pioneering technology in wireless charging after the company patented software that will let phone users share battery power from nearby devices.
LG Electronics Inc. is expecting to launch its new mobile payment system, dubbed as LG Pay, in its home country in June, which should compete with other products like Samsung Pay, Apple Pay and Android Pay.
During the Mobile World Congress (MWC) last February, HMD Global released new phones under the Nokia branding - the Nokia 6, Nokia 5, and Nokia 3. Now, the new Nokia phones are slated for U.S. market release after a recent confirmation from Nokia Mobile.
Chinese smartphone maker Vivo is releasing a new color variant on its Xplay 6 handset. The Xplay 5 successor, launched in November 2016, will offer a Matte Black color, adding up to the initial Gold and Rose Gold colors.
Internet giant Tencent has recently made an investment to video service app, Kuaishou. With this, the firm has joined rivals Alibaba and Baidu in banking on this kind of apps to earn revenue from online ads.
Indian online retailer Snapdeal may be forced to sell the company after it failed to seek investments to strengthen its finances and continue to be competitive, according to sources.
China has successfully bred the world’s first “space mangoes,” an experiment that was part of the Shenzhou-11 mission last year, an article on shanghaiist.com said.
After receiving its latest certification in Russia, Sony officially announced its entry-level smartphone Xperia L1. The said smartphone boasts a large display on a near edge-to-edge screen and an efficient mobile chipset, along with smart software features.
The eFulfillment hub that Alibaba plans to establish at the KLIA Aeropolis would be the first in the world outside China, in line with Malaysia’s roadmap for transformation into a digital economy, Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said during the launch of the Digital Free-Trade Zone (DGTZ) on March 22 in Kuala Lumpur.
The CEO of China’s largest beverage producer said Israel’s tech industry will find a huge market and funding in China in exchange for cutting-edge technology.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has strengthened its presence in the Chinese digital ticketing market with its latest acquisition of Beijing-based ticketing platform, Damai.cn.
Despite being a key official in China’s lunar and Mars exploration program, Guobin Yu was reportedly denied a visa by the United States to attend a planetary conference last week March 19, according to a report by Space News.
Huawei is planning to invest more intensely in research and development in New Zealand. The firm eyes to establish innovation labs and a cloud data center in the country.
Alibaba may be popularly known for its online retail platform but more than just the Chinese Amazon, the e-commerce giant is also engaged in other businesses such as logistics, cloud computing, financial services and digital entertainment, which are all influential in their own sectors.
Ancient Taiyuan County, which dates back to Ming Dynasty (A.D. 1368-1644), begins to take shape with efforts to restore relics to what they were like around 600 years ago.