Ren Zhengfei, the billionaire founder of Huawei Technologies, broke a years-long silence as his technology empire faces its biggest crisis over three decades of existence.
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After becoming the first country in the world to land a spacecraft on the far side of the moon, China is planning four more missions to get samples back before studying the feasibility of a lunar research base.
Apple didn’t mind paying a modest technology fee to Qualcomm when it first launched the iPhone, but times have changed.
Intel has been trying to fill the most prominent role in the $400-billion chip industry for more than six months. The company’s board still hasn’t found what it’s looking for.
Huawei cut loose a sales director arrested in Poland on suspicion of espionage, moving swiftly to distance itself from a case that may crystallise fears the telecommunications giant helps Beijing spy on Western governments.
Allen Zhang stepped on stage to wrap up a long day of presentations at a Tencent Holdings conference. Four hours later, the WeChat founder had methodically torn apart his own brainchild before mapping out the next act for China’s premier super-app.
Hours after launching its first rocket of the new year on Friday morning, the Elon Musk-led company told employees that roughly 10% of SpaceX’s workforce would be laid off.
Apple is planning to release three new iPhone models this year, including a device to succeed the newly-created XR model, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The pictures showed the Jade Rabbit 2 rover and the Chang’e 4 spacecraft that transported it on the first soft landing on the far side of the moon.
The Chinese Internet giant seems set on building out the long tail, maximising value beyond mainstream usage of its core products.