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Babel away, now anyone can get you

ONCE confined to the realms of science fiction, near real-time translation devices that whisper discretely into your ear during a conversation are finally coming of age thanks to leaps in artificial intelligence ...

January 11, 2019, Friday


Bell rings for another round of legal strife between Apple and Qualcomm

APPLE’S business in China is under a cloud after a court ordered a ban on sales of seven old models of iPhones as a result of a patent dispute with chip designer Qualcomm. The Fuzhou Intermediate People’s ...

December 12, 2018, Wednesday


AI copyright or wrong is difficult to decide

IF a company publishes an article generated by artificial intelligence, does it own the copyright? Whether AI-generated content is copyrightable and the question of who owns it remains controversial. ...

December 11, 2018, Tuesday


Cry me a river, US cities lose to New York and northern Virginia

AMAZON has confirmed it will invest US$5 billion and create 50,000 new jobs in two new headquarters in New York and northern Virginia, ending a frenzied year-long bidding war among cities across North ...

November 14, 2018, Wednesday


Customers hang up on smartphones

GLOBAL smartphone sales declined 7 percent in the third quarter, year-on-year, with Chinese vendors facing “tremendous pressure.” And two of Apple’s key suppliers have cut their earnings for the coming ...

November 14, 2018, Wednesday


E-commerce firm signs US$722m deal in CIIE

E-COMMERCE firm Aomaijia signs deals valued at 5 billion yuan (US$722 million) with global brands including JAYJUN Cosmetic, LaCabine and SVR during a China International Import Export event, showing ...

November 10, 2018, Saturday


Siemens commitment to invest in China’s future

WORLD industrial giant Siemens joined the first China International Import Expo under the theme of “Ingenuity for Life — we make real what matters.” Siemens expanded its cooperation with Chinese enterprises ...

November 10, 2018, Saturday


Yunji signs US$724m supply deals

YUNJI, a Hangzhou-based e-commerce firm, said yesterday it has signed deals worth 5 billion yuan (US$724 million) to buy goods from major brands such as Nestle and Nittaya. China’s economic opening-up ...

November 9, 2018, Friday


Shanghai leads way in move to 5G network

LEADING technology firms such as Qualcomm, Nokia and China Mobile showcased the next generation 5G mobile technology at the CIIE, as the country prepares to shift to the new technology from next year. The ...

November 8, 2018, Thursday


Internet giants use AI to help retail sector

As artificial intelligence becomes part of people’s everyday life, Internet giants are also bolstering their AI capability to help retailers shift toward a digital economy to better tap consumers’ shopping...

September 20, 2018, Thursday




 

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