Chinese technology giant Huawei has grown to become one the world’s most prominent forces in the tech industry, and close to its company headquarters building work is taking place that reflects that change in stature.
Author Martyn Landi
One of Huawei’s most senior executives has accused the US of a “geopolitical campaign” against the company in an attempt to gain leverage in trade negotiations with China.
Sony has unveiled a new smartwatch that allows users to attach any of their existing watch faces to a smart band to add digital features such as fitness tracking and notifications.
Jealousy could be behind some of the criticism of Huawei in the West, the Chinese technology giant has suggested.
Apple has warned app developers they must remove or disclose the presence of software that enables them to record the screen of iPhone users, or face “immediate action”.
Apple has released a software update that fixes a bug in its Group FaceTime video-calling feature that had allowed users to eavesdrop on recipients before they answered a call.
Huawei has used artificial intelligence from its smartphones to create a completed version of Schubert’s Symphony No 8 – more commonly known as the Unfinished Symphony.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has defended the social network as he marked its 15th birthday, accusing some in government, business and the media of overly criticising the platform for “empowering people”.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has discussed how the ability to edit tweets could work on the platform, after again being asked about introducing the feature.
Facebook marks its 15th birthday on Monday, having expanded from a dormitory room hobby project to a network of more than two billion people at the heart of the online data privacy debate.