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China's Lenovo Confident Of Managing Virus Impact, Reports Strong Third-Quarter

The Chinese company reported an 11% rise in net profit for its third quarter ended December to $258 million thanks to strong demand for its PCs and smart devices, beating an average $223 million estimate of seven analysts

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Apple Warns Sales To Fall Short Of Target Due To Coronavirus Impact

Apple had forecast $63 billion to $67 billion in revenue for the quarter ending in March, which it said was a wider than normal range due to the uncertainty created by the virus.

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Samsung Poised To Benefit From China Virus Woes Afflicting Apple, Other Rivals

Samsung has also largely ceded the China market to its rivals in recent years, meaning it won't suffer from the store closures and drop in demand that is hitting Apple and others.

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U.S. Accuses Huawei Of Stealing Trade Secrets, Assisting Iran

Huawei Technologies Co was charged with conspiring to steal trade secrets from six U.S. technology companies and to violate a racketeering law typically used to combat organised crime.

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Apple Supplier Foxconn Restarts Key China Plant With 10% Workforce

Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker, got the green light to restart production in the eastern central Chinese city of Zhengzhou, said the person with direct knowledge of the matter.

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China's First-Quarter Smartphone Sales May Halve Due To Coronavirus - Analysts

Canalys expects China's smartphone shipments to halve in the first quarter from a year ago, while IDC, another research firm that tracks the tech sector, forecasts a 30% drop.

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China's Mobile Giants To Take On Google's Play Store

Google, whose services are banned in China, earned about $8.8 billion globally from the Play store in 2019, said Katie Williams, an analyst at Sensor Tower.

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Apple Supplier Wistron To Assemble Key Iphone Component In New India Plant

The local assembly of PCBs by Wistron's India unit will be a first for the contract manufacturer, which began making Apple's low-priced SE model in Bengaluru in 2017.

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Indian Smartphone Makers Fear Supply Disruptions Due To China Virus

Taiwan's Foxconn and Wistron make iPhones in India for Apple, and Foxconn produces phones there for China's Xiaomi as well. Other smartphone makers in India include South Korea's Samsung and China's OnePlus.

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Apple pushes back against EU common charger, warns of innovation risks

Apple, Samsung, Huawei and Nokia to sign a voluntary memorandum of understanding to harmonize chargers for new models of smartphones coming into the market in 2011.

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Samsung Sets Up Anti-Corruption Panel As Chief Faces Trials

The move came after a judge overseeing Samsung leader Jay Y Lee's bribery case in October criticized the top conglomerate for its lack of an effective compliance system, saying one was needed to prevent wrongdoing by executives and its leader.

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Samsung To Bring Galaxy Fold To Indian Market Later This Month For Rs 1.65 Lakh

With Galaxy Fold, we are redefining the mobile phone category, this is device like no other, said Samsung's Ranjivjit Singh.

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Apple, Foxconn Say They Overly Relied On Temporary Workers In China

US tech firm Apple relies heavily on Taiwan's Foxconn and its Chinese manufacturing facilities to produce devices such as the iPhone, the next line of which will be unveiled on Tuesday.

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Xiaomi Plans $1.5 billion Buyback To Arrest Stock Tumble

Shares of Xiaomi, which listed in Hong Kong last year, have lost nearly a third of their value this year and are at half their initial public offering price, hurt by the company's sharply slowing growth and increased competition.

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Huawei Predicts 10 Megatrends For 2025

Huawei launched its Global Industry Vision (GIV) report today, continuing its predictions for technology and industry development up to 2025.

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