Samsung debuts low-end version of S21 smartphone

SAMSUNG Electronics Co. unveiled on Monday a new, lower-cost version of its Galaxy S21 smartphone, the S21 FE 5G, at the annual CES conference in Las Vegas.

Shopping on social media seen hitting $1.2T by 2025

SHOPPING on social networks such as Facebook, TikTok and WeChat is going to grow three times faster than sales from traditional channels over the next three years, according to a study released by Accenture.

Apple becomes first company to hit $3 trillion market value, then slips

Apple Inc on Monday became the first company to hit a $3 trillion stock market value, before ending the day a hair below that...

This New Year, why not resolve to ditch your dodgy old passwords?

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Huawei, Honor, and Motorola planning to launch new foldable phones in China

HUAWEI Technologies Co., its spinoff brand Honor and Lenovo Group Ltd.’s Motorola introduced plans for new foldable phones in recent days, betting on the nascent form factor to win over the ultra-competitive Chinese market.

Facebook pushes ahead with New York Farley project in bet on offices

IT’S BEEN a bright spot for a New York office market that has been hit hard by the pandemic: Technology companies have continued to sign leases in Manhattan even as employees work remotely.

Waymo and Geely brand Zeekr team up to develop driverless taxis

CHINA’s Geely Holding said its premium electric mobility brand, Zeekr, will make electric vehicles for Waymo, Alphabet, Inc.’s self-driving unit, to be deployed as fully autonomous ride-hailing vehicles across the United States.

Satellite technology to help bridge digital divide, open opportunities in space-adjacent sectors 

From advancing online education to opening opportunities in space-adjacent sectors, the entry of satellite internet operators will help bridge the digital divide in the Philippines.

U.S. SEC rejects Apple bid to block shareholder proposal on forced labour -letter

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has declined an effort by Apple Inc to skip a shareholder proposal asking the iPhone maker to provide...

Twitter, T-Mobile drop CES plans over COVID-19 concerns

FACEBOOK parent Meta Platforms, Inc., Twitter, Inc. and Pinterest, Inc. separately said on Tuesday they will not send teams to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next month as concerns grow about the Omicron variant.

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