• An Upgraded and Faster Raspberry Pi 4 Has Finally Hit the Shelves

    The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced its newest upgrade to Raspberry Pi and it is now available. Great news for all children, adults and everyone else, anyone who is keen on programming and coding: an updated version of Raspberry Pi 4 is now available.  The  Raspb......view more

  • New MIT Algorithm Promises Safer Robots at Work

    MIT's new tool predicts a human's trajectory and may help human beings work safely alongside heavy robots. Robotics in the workforce is our reality today. However, far from zipping around like they do in popular sci-fi films, factory robots tend to move around shop floo......view more

  • FedEx Files Lawsuit against US Government over Huawei Ban

    FedEx argues that it is not a law enforcement agency. FedEx, a major US delivery company has filed  a lawsuit  against the United States government arguing that it should not be required to enforce federal export bans. The decision seems to have stemmed from a series......view more

  • Huawei smartphone gets 1st 5G license

    Huawei's smartphone Mate 20X has obtained the first license to allow terminal telecommunication equipment to enter the 5G network in China, the company announced Tuesday on its official Sina Weibo account. Currently, Huawei has signed 50 commercial 5G contracts globally to ship more than......view more

  • Phone display shipments plunge

    Q1 smartphone display shipments fell 20% sequentially and will drop again in Q2 and Q3, says IHS Markit. Displays represent the most expensive component within smartphones. As a result, displays are the first sector to experience order reductions when smartphon......view more

  • Carmakers embrace Chinese technology

    Mercedes and BMW among those striking deals with IT companies to integrate latest features into vehicles As global carmakers transform into intelligent mobility service platforms, more deals with Chinese IT companies were launched to promote localization and better serve customers in the w......view more

  • China chip goals slipping

    The China government’s goal of sourcing 40% of its chips domestically by 2020 and 70% by 2025, is not going to be met, reports the Nikkei. TrendForce estimates that domestically designed ICs only accounted for 15% of the China market last year. China’s design industry has be......view more

  • Electric startups failing to spark excitement among investors

    Chinese electric car startups are having a tough time raising money to turn their blueprints into reality as their vehicles are increasingly alike and those on the market fail to meet expectations. They raised just $783 million as of mid-June 2019, compared with $6 billion for the sam......view more