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Huawei unveils new AI chips amid Chinese technology ambitions

10 Oct 2018

SHANGHAI China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL], the world's largest telecom-equipment maker, unveiled an AI chip on Wednesday that will power its servers, in a push to boost its nascent cloud-computing business.

Lenovo and ZTE tumble on fears over China hack report

05 Oct 2018

HONG KONG Lenovo and ZTE Corp shares slid on Friday, hurt by worries about overseas sales after Bloomberg reported that the systems of multiple U.S. companies had been compromised by malicious computer chips inserted by Chinese spies. | Video

RPT-FOCUS-Tencent Music, bound for U.S. IPO, profits from social savvy

28 Sep 2018

HONG KONG, Sept 27 Tencent Music, which owns China's most popular music streaming apps, is often compared to Sweden's Spotify Technology but it offers more in the way of socially interactive services that is helping it hit bigger notes in money making.

Tencent Music, bound for U.S. IPO, profits from social savvy

27 Sep 2018

HONG KONG Tencent Music, which owns China's most popular music streaming apps, is often compared to Sweden's Spotify Technology but it offers more in the way of socially interactive services that is helping it hit bigger notes in money making.

Tencent under pressure to step up its game as regulatory restrictions bite

12 Sep 2018

HONG KONGTencent Holdings , which has lost some $200 billion (153.74 billion pounds) in market value this year, is facing fresh criticism from analysts and investors unnerved by regulatory roadblocks, a fuzzy overseas strategy and growing debt.

In WeChat-dominated China, new messenger app scores sudden success

06 Sep 2018

HONG KONG Bullet Messenger, a Chinese messaging app, has racked up millions of downloads since its debut just a few weeks ago, using a stripped-down design to chip off a chunk of a sophisticated, billion-user market.

Tencent launches new checks to weed out underage gaming amid China crackdown

06 Sep 2018

HONG KONG China's biggest gaming and social media firm Tencent Holdings unveiled new checks aimed at restricting access to its popular games for underaged players, amid a government campaign to tackle gaming addiction among Chinese children.

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