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Chinese telcos to launch 5G messaging service in October: report

Chinese mobile operators China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom are expected to roll out a nationwide 5G messaging service by the end of October, according to local press reports. The combined effort aims to challenge China’s leading app, WeChat, owned by local tech giant...

An Oracle/WalMart deal and a court injunction keep TikTok and WeChat alive for US users

A combination of a last-minute deal and a court injunction mean that bans on downloads and updates for Chinese-owned TikTok and WeChat have been averted, and the applications are still available to users in the U.S. -- at least for now. On Sunday, President Donald...

Shenzhen becomes first Chinese city with full 5G coverage

More than 46,000 base stations supply 5G in Shenzhen The municipal government of China’s Shenzhen announced that the city’s  5G deployment is fully completed. This makes it the first city in China to to achieve full-scale 5G deployment. The city had deployed 46,480 5G base stations, Mayor...

China’s rapid rollout of 5G heightens cloud gaming competition

Chinese 5G cloud gaming is particularly tied to the mobile industry As part of the ongoing race towards 5G, China’s three state-owned wireless carriers – China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom – debuted 5G mobile services last week in what is being called the largest 5G...

Qualcomm, Tencent collaborate to power cloud gaming with 5G

Cloud gaming remains hindered by its dependence on reliable, fast connectivity Last week, Qualcomm Wireless Communications Technologies (China) Limited, a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, announced its cooperation with Tencent Games, China’s largest gaming company, to develop high-quality games that can be experienced by consumers across...

Chinese tech giant deploys Blockchain-as-a-Service with Baidu Trust

Baudi deploys new Blockchain-as-a-Service platform China’s search engine giant Baidu recently deployed a Blockchain as-a-Service (BaaS) called Baidu Trust. Blockchain refers to a technology that enables users to make transactions online. The technology consists of records called blocks, which are strung together and secured using cryptography....

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