Asian shares hit 4-month high as US, China recoveries gather pace
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.5%, reaching their highest level since late February, while Japan's Nikkei rose 0.4%.
Blistering Nasdaq momentum is approaching dot-com escape speed
As the second half of the year begins, tech’s stellar returns are getting hard to ignore.
Chinese handset brands planning to put India investments on hold
Major smartphone investors such as Oppo and Vivo in fact are yet to register for India’s ambitious production-linked incentive (PLI) scheme for manufacturing, even though the likes of Apple phone makers Foxconn and Wistron, besides local manufacturers such as Dixon, Lava and Karbonn have done so.
View: Trigger 'appy', but what about data protection?
While ‘josh’ from ‘digital strike’ runs high, the need for data protection law should now come under spotlight.
Apple not dominant in any market, plenty of rivals, senior executive says
Earlier this month, the European Commission opened investigations into Apple's App Store and mobile payment system Apple Pay, concerned about its role as a gatekeeper to its lucrative platform.
TechM sees clients invest in tech in Covid-19 times; H-1B suspension will increase offshoring: C P Gurnani
Gurnani said clients will invest in tech in Covid times while H-1B suspension will increase offshoring.
Silicon Valley wants the US to follow India in banning Chinese app TikTok: Expert
India on Monday banned 59 apps with Chinese links, including the hugely popular TikTok and UC Browser, for engaging in "activities which are prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, security of state and public order".
iPhone 12 price may go up due to 5G; Apple's move of removing charger from box aimed at cutting cost
The only thing Apple will include for free with the iPhone 12 will be a USB-C lightning cable.
Shame on you, says Tom Hanks to people not following social distancing, urges fans to not let their guard down
Hanks recovered from the highly-infectious disease in March.
Customs begins clearing stuck Chinese shipments
India Inc had petitioned the PMO as delays were hurting the process of normalisation that had begun June 1 with Unlock 1.0. Indian industry relies heavily on inputs from China for its factories and the development threatened to disrupt production.
DHL temporarily suspends Chinese import shipments to India
Another prominent freight transporter FedEx Corp has also suspended shipments, according to a BloomberQuint report, adding that the company is facing backlogs beyond its control.
App ban won’t impact your Chinese phones, for now
Banning apps may impact the strong grip that Chinese phone makers have on Indian markets.
Implementing app bans: The role of ISPs and app stores
Apps, be it gaming, education, infotainment, don’t need any local government permission to launch.
Apple closes 7 Houston stores, again, as coronavirus cases surge in Texas
The move comes just days after Apple re-closed 11 other stores in other states of the US.
100% physical check of imports: Non-Chinese companies like Apple may be exempt
The heightened scrutiny of Chinese imports has led to goods getting stuck at Indian ports and airports.
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