Sunday 29th November 2020

  • IT Conslting, Digital Transformation with IT Services
    • Microsoft says Apple’s move against ‘Fortnite’ creator would hurt its games Microsoft says Apple's move against 'Fortnite' creator would hurt its games

      Microsoft Corp. on Sunday said in a court filing that Apple Inc.’s threat to cut off the creator of “Fortnite” from Apple’s developer tools would hurt Microsoft’s gaming business, as well as other game developers. The filing came in a dispute between Apple and Epic Games. Apple removed Epic’s titles from its App Store after the game maker violated the iPhone maker’s in-app payment rules. Epic says that Apple has also threatened to cut off its access to Apple tools needed to maintain “Unreal Engine,” software that many game developers license to create better graphics. Microsoft said the move...

    • IT company Creative Corporation announces 5000 cashback for every referral

      Yes, you heard it right! You can now easily earn cash for a quick referral of the company Creative Corporation Limited(Kathmandu, Nepal based). If you prefer the company for any of its services then you can earn Rs.5,000 (Nepali Rupees). It’s that easy. What is Creative Corporation? Creative Corporation Limited is an Information Technology Consulting and IT Services company in Nepal. The company’s main focus is on providing Enterprise Business Solutions. The company claims to be a pioneer in its field. What are its services? The company has a wide range of services to choose from. It ranges from providing IT consultations...

    • ByteDance admits it is considering relocating TikTok headquarters ByteDance admits it is considering relocating TikTok headquarters

      ByteDance said on Monday it is considering relocating its TikTok headquarters, replying to rumors that the company will move its base to London. The company did not confirm the UK capital as a possible location but hinted the headquarters will not be in the U.S. “We are indeed exploring the possibility of setting up TikTok headquarters outside the United States,” a TikTok spokesperson told CGTN. They added: “ByteDance is committed to being a global company. In light of the current situation, ByteDance has been evaluating the possibility of establishing TikTok’s headquarters outside of the U.S., to better serve our...

    • Lenovo sails past expectations with 31% first-quarter profit jump Lenovo sails past expectations with 31% first-quarter profit jump

      Lenovo Group, the world’s biggest PC maker, smashed expectations with a 31 percent leap in first-quarter net profit, as the coronavirus pandemic spurs businesses to shift to remote work and schools to switch to online learning. Consumers stuck at home are also spending more on PCs and other smart devices for entertainment purposes, the Chinese giant said. Net profit came in at 213 million U.S. dollars for the April-June quarter, nearly double market estimates while revenue grew 7 percent to 13.3 billion U.S. dollars. In particular, China sales surged, climbing 17 percent while those in Europe, the Middle East...

    • Bill Gates says U.S. data from TikTok safe with Microsoft Microsoft founder Bill Gates arrives for a meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker at the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels January 22, 2015. /Reuters

      Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates said the software giant, which is in talks to acquire the U.S. business of Chinese-owned video app TikTok, is careful about promises to keep data safe and wouldn’t do anything viewed as “hostile” as it navigates U.S. and Chinese concerns. In an interview with Bloomberg Television on Tuesday, Gates said that the acquisition of TikTok was very special and involved many issues of principle. He said Microsoft has made a lot of investments in China. They recruit engineers from all over the world, including China. He added that Microsoft also attaches great importance to...

    • TikTok CEO slams Facebook for dirty fight ‘disguised as patriotism’ TikTok CEO slams Facebook for dirty fight 'disguised as patriotism'

      TikTok CEO Kevin Mayer slammed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for using patriotism as a disguise to attack the China-oriented app and compete unfairly. TikTok is currently one of the most popular apps among teenagers in the U.S.; its all-time downloads surpassed 2 billion in April. Sensor Tower reports that TikTok was the third most-downloaded app after WhatsApp and Messenger, ahead of Facebook and Instagram. The other four apps are all owned by Facebook, so TikTok is a serious threat to Facebook’s monopoly in social apps. TikTok and Facebook also have the same demographic group as target, Generation Z, a...

    • Huawei: Why is it being banned from the UK’s 5G network?

      The UK government has announced a series of measures to remove the Chinese phone-maker Huawei from the UK’s 5G mobile networks. It will ban UK mobile providers from buying new Huawei 5G equipment after the end of this year and they will have to remove all of its 5G kit from their networks by 2027. The government had previously said Huawei could be involved in the project but it changed its mind following growing security concerns about China. What is Huawei? Huawei was founded in 1987 in Shenzhen, southern China, by Ren Zhengfei, a former army officer. It started...

    • UK bans Huawei from 5G network across United Kingdom huawei banned in uk for 5g network expansion

      The UK will not allow Huawei’s participation in its 5G network development, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden told UK lawmakers on Tuesday. Dowden has given telecoms operators until 2027 to remove Huawei equipment already implemented in Britain’s 5G network. By the end of 2020, telecoms operators must not buy any new 5G equipment from Huawei. The decision will delay the UK-wide rollout of the new 5G network, which offers vastly higher capabilities than previous wireless technologies, by up to three years and add an additional $2.5 billion to the cost, Dowden said. “This has not been an easy decision, but...

    • Huawei posts 19.1 percent rise in 2019 sales revenue huawei chinese telecom equipment company

      Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei on Tuesday reported a 19.1 percent rise year on year in sales revenue, at 858.8 billion yuan (around 122.9 billion U.S. dollars) in 2019, boosted by a 34-percent surge in sales for its consumer business. Meanwhile, the company spent 15.3 percent of its revenue, or 131.7 billion yuan (about 18.6 billion U.S. dollars), on research and development last year, with its total R&D expenditure over the past decade now exceeding 600 billion yuan. The consumer business, which accounts for almost half of the whole business, continued to see robust growth last year, up by 34...

    • Xi stresses high-standard, high-quality preparations for 2022 Winter Olympics

      Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday offered his congratulations on the opening of the high-speed railway line connecting Beijing and Zhangjiakou, the co-host city of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. Xi stressed the significance of the high-speed railway line, saying its launch marked a new progress in the preparations for the Winter Olympics and called for high-standard and high-quality advancing of related work.