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(Beijing) — Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. will open a next-generation R&D center in Tokyo that will focus on collaborative applications-related development with local partners.
The move is seen as part of a broader shift from the telecom giant's traditional networking equipment to a newer focus on consumer devices like smartphones. It also comes as Huawei tries to play a bigger part in development of the world's next-generation 5G wireless technology.
The new Tokyo facility will be Huawei's fourth so-called X Lab globally, complementing existing ones in Germany and its home China market, a spokesman said. Unlike the company's 16 other global R&D centers, the newer X Labs are...
China's goal to catch up with major space powers like the US and Russia has moved a step forward, with the nation flagging off its longest manned mission. Beijing aims to have a permanent space outpost by 2022.
3,2,1… Shenzhou-11 in space
With two astronauts on board, the Shenzhou-11 - or the "Divine Vessel" - rocket blasted off into space early in the morning on Monday, October 17. It is the sixth time China has launched astronauts into space. The spacecraft will take two days to reach the Tiangong-2 space lab, which was launched last...
Since 2003, manned space flights have become almost routine in China
Chinese astronauts Jing Haipeng, left, and Chen Dong wave in front of a Chinese national flag before the launch of Shenzhou-11 manned spacecraft, in Jiuquan, China on Oct. 17. PHOTO: REUTERS
With the seconds ticking down to the 7:30 a.m. launch of China’s latest manned space flight on Monday, the live state-media broadcast cut to a shot of Communist Party propaganda chief Liu Yunshan cracking an unconcealed yawn as he watched the astronauts on a remote feed.
Some Chinese internet...
By Taylor Hall
The rally for China’s Weibo Corp. has put the social networking site in reach of a milestone: eclipsing Twitter Inc. by market value. Less than $1.4 billion dollars separates the two. While Twitter has slumped more than 20 percent this year, Weibo’s shares have almost tripled as the company’s unrivaled dominance in the Chinese market bolsters it sales outlook.
By Lulu Yilun Chen - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. expects pure e-commerce operators to face ‘tremendous challenges’ as the web giant seeks to tap more growth from transforming China’s $4.5 trillion traditional retail industry.
China’s largest e-commerce company plans to upgrade retail businesses and improve efficiency across product manufacturing, distribution and service, Chief Executive Officer Daniel Zhang said in an e-mailed letter to shareholders on Thursday. The company is working with partly-owned Suning Commerce Group Co. and Intime Retail Group Co. to integrate the online experience with brick-and-mortar shopping.
Alibaba has highlighted trillions of dollars in...