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  • The US government finally removed Xiaomi from the blacklist

    The US government finally removed Xiaomi from the blacklist

    Earlier, Xiaomi had been blacklisted by the United States as former President Donald Trump designated the company as a “Communist Chinese military company". As a result, US citizens and companies were barred from investing or dealing with Xiaomi. Until now, it is reported that the Chinese tech company is finally removed from the blacklist following a lawsuit to US courts.

  • Apple has no plan to merge the MacBook and iPad Pro as one product

    Apple has no plan to merge the MacBook and iPad Pro as one product

    Not only the 2021 iPad Pro has arrived with mini-LED, but Apple's latest tablet is also surprisingly equipped with the powerful M1 chip. Now, the iPad Pro is basically equally powerful as the M1 MacBooks and it brings us to the question of whether Apple will merge these products one day. However, Apple executives have responded to the doubt by saying the company currently has no plan for it.

  • HUAWEI's 2020 annual report shows a 3.8 percent increase in revenue despite the trade ban

    HUAWEI's 2020 annual report shows a 3.8 percent increase in revenue despite the trade ban

    HUAWEI has released its annual report and it is shown that the company is doing better than before despite the US ban. As HUAWEI doesn't report quarterly earnings since it's a private company with a unique employee ownership structure, the annual report is the only thing that allows us to check on the company's performance.

  • Nothing's first product will be a pair of wireless earbuds

    Nothing's first product will be a pair of wireless earbuds

    After leaving OnePlus, the co-founder has found himself another probably-going-to-be huge thing that he can focus on to continue his journey in the industry. Last month, Carl Pei has announced the name of his new startup and it's called Nothing. At that time, he didn't mention anything about the products that the brand will be making, but now it has been revealed that the first product will be a pair of wireless earbuds.

  • OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei's new company is 'Nothing'

    OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei's new company is 'Nothing'

    After departing from OnePlus, Carl Pei is now preparing for a project that is exciting but at the same time, vague. The OnePlus co-founder has announced a new brand that is named 'Nothing' today. Other than the captivating name, he revealed 'nothing' else about what kind of technology products or services that the brand will be launching.

  • HUAWEI hopes HONOR will become its strongest competitor one day

    HUAWEI hopes HONOR will become its strongest competitor one day

    The news of HUAWEI selling HONOR might have been one of the biggest news in the tech industry this year. HONOR was under HUAWEI as a sub-brand for almost seven years starting from 2013 but the relationship has eventually come to an end. Today, the founder of HUAWEI Ren Zhengfei has spoken regarding the departure by hoping HONOR to be big enough to rival HUAWEI one day.

  • Huawei collaborates with MDEC to host the Huawei Spark Malaysia competition with prizes worth up to ~RM516312 and more

    Huawei collaborates with MDEC to host the Huawei Spark Malaysia competition with prizes worth up to ~RM516312 and more

    The Huawei Spark Malaysia competition has been officially announced in collaboration between Huawei Malaysia, as well as MDEC, in order to encourage innovation in key areas such as e-commerce, Fintech, Healthcare, Manufacturing, and Smart Cities. The company that achieved the top spot in the aforementioned competition will be eligible for various prizes including financial support of up to USD125000 (~RM516312), a boost in business and brand awareness, mentoring, Go-To-Market support and more.

  • HUAWEI has sold off HONOR and the official announcement could come around 20 November

    HUAWEI has sold off HONOR and the official announcement could come around 20 November

    Earlier, HUAWEI was speculated to be selling their sub-brand HONOR to another company. Now, the news has come confirming that the Chinese tech giant has already done so. Sooner or later, HONOR will become a standalone brand from HUAWEI with an official announcement.

  • Company of Heroes will be coming to Android smartphones at the price of ~RM60

    Company of Heroes will be coming to Android smartphones at the price of ~RM60

    It seems that Feral Interactive, which is a game development company, will be releasing Company of Heroes on Android for the price of USD13.99(~RM60). While some may find the price a little steep for a smartphone game, it contains the exact same content as the PC edition.

  • You now need a Facebook account to sign up to Facebook Messenger

    You now need a Facebook account to sign up to Facebook Messenger

    When Facebook Messenger was first introduced, it allowed users to sign up for an account by using their phone number. Surprisingly, Facebook has made changes to Messenger, which now requires new users to have a Facebook account in order to sign up for the service based on a statement by venturebeat.