China’s Hisense is making strong headway in the entry-level and midrange smartphone segments in South Africa, and is eyeing at least 10% market share, in volume terms, by the end of the year.
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Google is moving some production of Nest thermostats and server hardware out of China, avoiding punitive US tariffs and an increasingly hostile government in Beijing.
Apple has a backup plan if the US-China trade war gets out of hand.
Microsoft has confirmed its next Xbox console will launch at the end of next year, claiming it is the “most powerful and highest-performing console” the company has ever made.
Facebook has suspended Huawei’s ability to pre-install the social network’s apps on its smartphones.
On Monday, Apple CEO Tim Cook used his keynote at WWDC by talking about developers for the first 79 seconds of his on-stage time. Apple then spent the next two hours and 16 minutes talking mostly about itself.
Apple’s growing interest in the videogame industry has been reiterated by the tech giant announcing its Apple TV is to begin supporting Xbox and PlayStation controllers.
Apple has debuted a new Mac Pro desktop computer after several years of professional users complaining about the current version. But if you want one, prepare to mortgage your house.
Apple has confirmed it will replace the iTunes service in its current form, as it splits the software across three apps.
Apple has announced a slew of new privacy features on Monday, including a new “sign in with Apple” capability.