Today, Rwandan smartphone company Mara Group opened its second factory in Africa. And here are the Mara devices it'll produce.
Perhaps there isn’t room for another would-be Tesla to challenge the established automotive industry with a novel electric car and leapfrog the challenges of manufacturing.
At the close of June’s G20 summit in Japan, a number of developing countries refused to sign an international declaration on data flows – the so-called Osaka Track. Part of the reason why countries such as India, Indonesia and South Africa boycotted the declaration was because they had no opportunity to put their own interests about data into the document.
Huawei is not only the world’s third-largest buyer of semiconductors but, through its subsidiary HiSilicon, one of China’s biggest semiconductor makers. Being shut off from US suppliers impedes both the competitiveness of its products and the development of its own chip-making capacity.
Friday's bank strike is likely to do more damage to the unions than their intended targets as banks will show how they can survive without labour.
Light Start - Sideloading Google into the Mate 30 Pro, China's underwhelming response to the iPhone 11, Cool Ideas is DDoSed, and Pinkman is back.
Along with the Mate 30 lineup, Huawei announced a bunch of other things. Interesting things. In the shape of the Huawei Watch GT 2, the Huawei Vision TV and the FreeBuds 3. The Huawei Watch GT 2 comes in two sizes, the 46mm as well as the 42mm ultra-slim design. Both variations are powered by the Kirin A1 chip that features increased Bluetooth range. They’re fitted with speakers and micropho...[Read More]
Technology has been blamed for a lot recently. Automation and artificial intelligence have supposedly led to substantial job losses, reduced bargaining power for workers and increased discrimination.
This week in light start: The new iPhones have a secret, Iron Man may return to the MCU in Phase 4, iOS 13 has a security bug and the plug pulled on i3.
Voice assistants are recording everything said by their owners, some of which – including sex and medical records – are being heard by humans for quality control.