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This mapping tool tracks the history of coronavirus and its recent outbreaks

In the final weeks of 2019, a virus slipped furtively from animal to human somewhere in the Chinese city of Wuhan. This inauspicious moment marked the sounding of a starting pistol, unheard at first but now echoing deafeningly across the globe. The race to stop a pandemic had begun. We have been trying to keep up with the novel coronavirus ever since. Each day, we are faced with worrying headlines reporting the latest twists and turns of this outbreak. We have seen the virus spill over China’s b...
Tags: Startups, China, Tech, Wuhan, Syndication


Get Android 10 on Redmi Note 7/7S with OxygenOS port

Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 7 smartphone in India last year in February running MIUI 10.2 Global Stable on top of Android 9.0 (Pie) and launched the updated Redmi Note 7S with 48 MP rear camera later in May running MIUI 10.2 Global Stable on top of Android 9.0 (Pie). Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7S share same codename ‘lavender’, MIUI 11 update for both the devices were rolled out in November. Redmi Note 7 started receiving Android 10 in China last month but MIUI Global ROM is still based o...
Tags: Android, China, India, Blogging, Xiaomi, Geekbench, MIUI, Redmi Note, Custom Rom, Redmi Note 7 Pro Android 10, Redmi Note 7 Android 10, Redmi Note 7S Android 10, Redmi Note 7 Oxygen OS, Redmi Note 7 Pro Oxygen OS, Redmi Note 7S Oxygen OS


Cómo subir mi música a QQ Music, Kugou, Kuwo, Xiami y Xiaomi gratuitamente y hacer dinero al mismo tiempo

RouteNote se ha asociado con Kanijan el cual distribuye a las principales tiendas en línea y servicios de streaming en China (Incluyendo QQ Music, Kugou, Kuwo, Xiami y Xiaomi). Simplemente dirígete a la sección “My Content” , selecciona tu lanzamiento que quieras editar y añade a Kanijan como una Tienda Asociada y da en guardar.  Esto está disponible para todos los artistas de RouteNote tanto en las versiones gratuitas como Premium. Estamos seguros que Netease es uno de los jugadores clav...
Tags: Music, China, Xiaomi, NetEase, QQ Music, Kugou, Kuwo, How To / Support / FAQs, China Incluyendo QQ Music Kugou Kuwo Xiami, una Tienda Asociada


China Quarantines Cash to Sanitize Old Bank Notes From Coronavirus

Today China announced it was taking unusual new steps to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. It's blocking the transfer of old bank notes between provinces and cities affected by the outbreak, according to the deputy governor of the People's Bank of China — and that's just the beginning. Bloomberg reports: The central bank also ramped up measures to sanitize old money to reduce contagion risks and added 600 billion yuan ($85.9 billion) of new cash for Hubei, the epicenter of the coronavir...
Tags: New York, China, Tech, Bloomberg, World Health Organization, Hubei, People s Bank of China


Huawei's Silicon Valley Outpost Allegedly Stole Trade Secrets From Cisco

"Controversial Chinese technology firm Huawei and its Santa Clara-based subsidiary Futurewei allegedly stole trade secrets from San Jose tech giant Cisco and used them to copy Cisco routers," reports the San Jose Mercury News, citing the federal indictment released Thursday. The U.S. Department of Justice claimed in its racketeering indictment and a news release that Huawei and its Silicon Valley subsidiary stole operating system code and other data needed to make routers, and used the pilfered...
Tags: Texas, China, Tech, Cisco, United States, Silicon Valley, San Jose, Huawei, Santa Clara, Company, San Jose Mercury News, U S Department of Justice, United States Read, Futurewei, Huawei Futurewei


Startups Weekly: A pre-IPO list of unicorn companies that also generate lots of revenue(!)

[Editor’s note: Want to get this weekly review of news that startups can use by email? Just subscribe here.]  My colleague Alex Wilhelm has been researching the companies that are both getting impressive valuations and also generating annual recurring revenues of around $100 million on more. These are the sorts of companies that any savvy public-market tech investor might want to take a closer look at, particularly the sort of investor who is comfortable digesting modern online subscription metr...
Tags: TC, China, Tech, Alex, Vmware, Ftc, Bessemer, Alex Wilhelm, Nps, Danny, Escher, Danny Crichton, Mike Volpi, Lidia Yan, Startups Weekly, Anna Escher


Thermometer guns used to screen for coronavirus are 'notoriously' unreliable experts say, warning about improper use and false temperatures

A new coronavirus spreading across the globe has led to temperature screenings at airports, Chinese cities, and businesses. The thermometer guns used in these screenings are "notoriously not accurate and reliable," since many screeners hold them at the wrong distance or use them in the wrong environments, experts told The New York Times. Demand for thermometer guns has spiked since the coronavirus outbreak began, leaving some manufacturers struggling to keep up. Visit Business Insider's homepa...
Tags: Apple, Cdc, China, US, Trends, Hawaii, New York Times, New Jersey, West Africa, Who, The New York Times, Wuhan, Grainger, World Health Organization WHO, Shenzhen China, Mo


Google Redraws the Borders On Maps Depending On Who's Looking

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Washington Post: For more than 70 years, India and Pakistan have waged sporadic and deadly skirmishes over control of the mountainous region of Kashmir. Tens of thousands have died in the conflict, including three just this month. Both sides claim the Himalayan outpost as their own, but web surfers in India could be forgiven for thinking the dispute is all but settled: The borders on Google's online maps there display Kashmir as fully under Indian con...
Tags: Google, South Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia, China, Russia, India, Africa, Tech, Iran, Pakistan, Morocco, Argentina, Google Maps, Kashmir, The Washington Post


US defence secretary warns Huawei 5G will put alliances at risk

Mark Esper said countries using Chinese technology would put intelligence cooperation at riskThe US defence secretary, Mark Esper, warned that US alliances including the future of Nato were in jeopardy if European countries went ahead with using Chinese Huawei technology in their 5G networks.Esper also warned future intelligence cooperation would be at risk, as the US would no longer be certain its communications networks are secure. Continue reading...
Tags: Politics, Technology, China, US, UK News, World news, US news, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Asia Pacific, Nato, Telecoms, Huawei, Esper, Mike Pompeo, Mark Esper


US defence secretary warns US alliances at risk from Huawei 5G

Mark Esper said countries using Chinese technology would put intelligence cooperation at riskThe US defence secretary, Mark Esper, warned that US alliances including the future of Nato were in jeopardy if European countries went ahead with using Chinese Huawei technology in their 5G networks.Esper also warned future intelligence cooperation would be at risk, as the US would no longer be certain its communications networks are secure. Continue reading...
Tags: Technology, China, US, World news, US news, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Asia Pacific, Nato, Telecoms, Huawei, Esper, Mike Pompeo, Mark Esper


Extensive US Intellectual Property theft by Chinese being investigated by FBI

Extensive US Intellectual Property theft by Chinese being investigated by FBI Intellectual theft is a huge problem in the US and the largest perpetrator is the Chinese government.   They target military sub-contractors and sub-sub-contractors, universities, businesses, financial entities, medical...
Tags: Security, Updates, Cloud, Business, Technology, News, Internet, Government, China, US, Sem, Malware, Cybersecurity, Fbi, Cybercrime, Artificial Intelligence


Huawei's Silicon Valley Output Allegedly Stole Trade Secrets From Cisco

"Controversial Chinese technology firm Huawei and its Santa Clara-based subsidiary Futurewei allegedly stole trade secrets from San Jose tech giant Cisco and used them to copy Cisco routers," reports the San Jose Mercury News, citing the federal indictment released Thursday. The U.S. Department of Justice claimed in its racketeering indictment and a news release that Huawei and its Silicon Valley subsidiary stole operating system code and other data needed to make routers, and used the pilfered...
Tags: Texas, China, Tech, Cisco, United States, Silicon Valley, San Jose, Huawei, Santa Clara, Company, San Jose Mercury News, U S Department of Justice, United States Read, Futurewei, Huawei Futurewei


Apple to reopen its store in Shanghai on Saturday despite coronavirus risk

The company extended its retail store closures in conronavirus-hit China last week, while it worked towards opening its corporate offices and contact centers in the country.
Tags: Apple, Finance, China, Article, Shanghai, Reuters, FBN, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/organization/apple, Fox-business/topic/coronavirus, 68dfd914-29db-5d61-844e-108480316481


Married co-founders are a startup’s secret weapon

“If I was running Clearbanc by myself, it probably would have gone off the cliff eight times at this point,” says Clearbanc co-founder Andrew D’Souza.  “If I were running the company by myself, it would be half its size,” adds Michele Romanow, Clearbanc’s other co-founder. In addition to starting the $420 million-backed fintech company together, D’Souza and Romanow are in a relationship. The two initially met at an event in San Francisco, and followed up with a friendly informational int...
Tags: Startups, TC, Mexico, La, China, Groupon, America, San Francisco, Tech, Canada, United States, Brookfield, Silicon Valley, Dell, Andreessen Horowitz, New York Stock Exchange


Apple is checking customers' temperatures at its stores in Beijing because of the coronavirus outbreak (AAPL)

After closing its stores and offices in China because of the coronavirus outbreak, Apple reopened some of its Beijing stores on Friday under limited hours. But the company is checking customers' temperatures before they enter the store, according to CNBC reporter Eunice Yoon.  Apple confirmed to Business Insider that it's conducting temperature checks at its stores in Beijing, and is advising customers to wear a mask and prepare for a temperature check before entering the store. The COVID-19 v...
Tags: Apple, China, Trends, Beijing, Cnbc, Aapl, Eunice Yoon Apple, Eunice Yoon


Alibaba Cloud revenue reaches $1.5B for the quarter on 62% growth rate

Alibaba issued its latest earnings report yesterday, and as part of that the Chinese eCommerce giant reported that cloud revenue grew 62% to $1.5 billion U.S., crossing the RMB10 billion revenue threshold for the first time. Alibaba also announced that it had completed its migration to its own public cloud in the most recent quarter, a significant milestone because the company can point to its own operations as a reference to potential customers, a point that Daniel Zhang, Alibaba executive chai...
Tags: Travel, Google, Amazon, Cloud, Asia, Enterprise, Microsoft, China, Alibaba, Earnings, Reuters, Zhang, Synergy Research, Alibaba Cloud, Google Alibaba, Daniel Zhang Alibaba


How to Keep Safe from the 2019-nCoV

As our history reveals, the human population is no stranger to pandemics. The cholera, Black Death, and the HIV pandemic are just a handful of outbreaks that have swept across nations and even changed history. Currently, the 2019-nCoV is shaping up to be another unforgettable pandemic with over 40,000 confirmed cases and 1,000 deaths worldwide. Government-imposed regulations aside, an essential part of preventing the virus from spreading comes from people’s vigilance and prudence. Basic protecti...
Tags: Health, Google, Featured, Cdc, China, Bloomberg, How To, Lifehacks, Facebook Twitter, WHO CDC


China Using Drones in Increasingly Dystopian Ways to Combat Coronavirus Outbreak

Authorities in China have deployed drones to combat the spread of coronavirus in a variety of ways since the outbreak began, including disinfectant drones and drones that fly around with a loudspeaker to tell people they should keep their masks on. But there’s another way that police in China have started to use…Read more...
Tags: Health, Science, China, Drones, Robots, Jetsons, Outbreaks, Children of Men, Tiktok, Coronavirus, Covid 19


Here's a list of 11 top smart-doorbell and smart-lock brands — and the big money behind tech that's fueled privacy concerns

Amazon's Ring has recently been plagued with criticism over its security and privacy standards.  While Ring is the biggest name in the industry, it was not the first or the only company to create smart doorbells and locks. We gathered a list of the 11 biggest names in smart locks and doorbells. The companies range from venture backed startups to corporate spinoffs, and several have been acquired by tech companies. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Every smart home needs a sm...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Ebay, China, Massachusetts, Softbank, Blink, Trends, Walmart, Brookfield, Silicon Valley, Google Ventures, Blackstone, Kleiner Perkins, Crunchbase, Bessemer


MIUI Launcher update brings App Drawer support — Here’s how to get it

[Update, Feb 14, 2020]: Xiaomi has started rolling out a new update with version RELEASE-4.15.0.1429-02041140 which brings App Drawer and App Categories to MIUI Launcher. You can download the APK manually from here and install it on your device in case you don't have the update on your device yet. [gallery size="large" ids="304943,304944,304945"] Earlier: Xiaomi’s MIUI is well-known for the customizations it offers, despite being user-friendly and customizable, people had some complaints wit...
Tags: News, China, India, Blogging, Xiaomi, MIUI, MIUI Launcher, MIUI Launcher Xiaomi, MIUI launcher app drawer


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Friday. The US government has filed racketeering charges against Huawei and its CFO, accusing the Chinese telecom giant of conspiring to steal trade secrets from 6 tech companies. The latest indictment includes information alleging Huawei tried to steal trade secrets from six different US technology companies. Alibaba has pledged $140 million to fight the coronavirus outbreak with a platform to coordinate deliveries of crucial medical s...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Supreme Court, Microsoft, China, US, Trends, Tesla, Alibaba, SEC, Warren Buffett, Jeff Bezos, Huawei, Oracle, Wuhan


Xiaomi delays Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro global launch, will hold separate event in Europe soon

Update: Xiaomi unveiled the Mi 10 series in China yesterday. Since GSMA has cancelled the MWC Barcelona 2020 due to coronavirus concerns, Xiaomi has announced that it has delayed the launch of Mi 10 series that was originally planned for February 23rd at the MWC in Spain. It will hold a separate event in Europe at a later date, said the company. To all our Mi Fans, users, partners and friends from the media, following GSMA's decision to cancel #MWC2020, #Xiaomi will also delay our global pr...
Tags: Europe, News, China, Spain, Blogging, Xiaomi, GSMA, MWC Barcelona, Xiaomi Mi 10, Xiaomi Mi 10 launch date


Looks Like Huawei Might Be Screwed This Time [Update: Huawei Responded]

The Department of Justice announced on Thursday that it was unsealing a superseding indictment against Chinese tech giant Huawei, charging the company and several of its affiliates under a law traditionally used to take down sprawling criminal syndicates that operated under multiple layers of secrecy.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Crime, China, Espionage, Department Of Justice, Sanctions, Huawei, Racketeering, Trade War, Corporate Espionage, US China Trade War, Trade Theft


Looks Like Huawei Might Be Screwed This Time

The Department of Justice announced on Thursday that it was unsealing a superseding indictment against Chinese tech giant Huawei, charging the company and several of its affiliates under a law traditionally used to take down sprawling criminal syndicates that operated under multiple layers of secrecy.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Crime, China, Espionage, Department Of Justice, Sanctions, Huawei, Racketeering, Trade War, Corporate Espionage, US China Trade War, Trade Theft


US government files racketeering charges against Huawei and its CFO, accusing the Chinese telecom giant of conspiring to steal trade secrets from 6 tech companies

The Department of Justice (DOJ) charged Chinese telecom company Huawei with conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). The Trump administration has pursued charges against Huawei for close to a year now, as geopolitical tensions between the US and Huawei's home country China continue to rise. The latest indictment includes information alleging Huawei tried to steal trade secrets from six different US technology companies and "made repeated misstatement...
Tags: Apple, North Korea, China, US, Trends, Iran, Fbi, Canada, Un, Department Of Justice, Huawei, Doj, Trump, Rico, US EU, Department of Justice DOJ


Amazon's annual filing reveals it loaded up on private company stock while scaling back acquisitions last year — a change that may help as regulators crack down on the tech giant (AMZN)

Amazon spent roughly $2.2 billion in cash on minority investments last year, nearly quadrupling from the year-ago period, according to company filings. It now owns a record $2.6 billion worth of private company stock, an over six-fold increase from the previous year, filings show. Meanwhile, Amazon cut back on acquisitions last year, spending only $315 million, after a two-year record run of spending over $15 billion on buying other companies. The change reflects a potential shift in Amazon's ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, China, US, Trends, Federal Trade Commission, Northwestern University, Murphy, University of Wisconsin Madison, Aurora, Madrona Ventures, AMZN, Andrew Murphy, Matt McIlwain, McIlwain


DOJ charges Huawei and CFO Meng Wanzhou with racketeering, conspiracy to steal IP

The Department of Justice on Thursday announced a 16-count superseding indictment against the Chinese technology company Huawei and its CFO Meng Wanzhou. Among the charges: racketeering and conspiracy to steal intellectual property. Here is the full text of the DoJ announcement: Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, February 13, 2020 Chinese Telecommunications Conglomerate Huawei and Subsidiaries Charged in Racketeering Conspiracy and Conspiracy to S...
Tags: Post, Business, Technology, Crime, News, Justice, North Korea, China, Tech, World news, US news, Iran, Fbi, Tech News, United States, Dallas


Trump administration aims to protect GPS with new exec order

GPS increasingly runs the entire planet. Supply chains, oceanic shipping, port docking, and even our daily movements in cars, on bikes, and walking around cities is dependent on a constellation of satellites hovering above us to make all this activity work in synchronicity. Increasingly though, GPS is under attack. GPS spoofing, where the signals from GPS satellites are spoofed to send false data, can prevent devices from getting an accurate location or any location at all. One of our TechCrunch...
Tags: Security, Government, China, India, America, Tech, European Union, Cybersecurity, Policy, Shanghai, Gps, Booz Allen Hamilton, Trump, Department of Commerce, MIT Technology Review, Coggins


The US is charging Huawei with racketeering

Ratcheting up its pressure campaign against Huawei and its affiliates, the Department of Justice and the FBI announced today that it has brought 16 charges against Huawei in a sprawling case with major geopolitical implications (you can read the full 56-page indictment here). Huawei is being charged with conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) statute. The DoJ alleges that Huawei and a number of its affiliates used confidential agreements with American...
Tags: Asia, North Korea, Government, China, Germany, US, America, Tech, Cisco, Iran, Fbi, Policy, Chicago, Canada, United Kingdom, Department Of Justice


Catching up on China’s tech influence operations in America

It’s been a dizzying few weeks following all the China news emanating from Washington DC these days. While a “phase one” trade deal with China has been signed and appears to be moving forward as of a month ago (we covered the origins of this trade war extensively on TechCrunch in 2018 and 2019), it has also become clear that the Trump administration and its various agencies are aggressively targeting China on a variety of fronts. Here’s what’s been happening with startup funding, Huawei, univers...
Tags: Google, Verizon, Asia, UK, Wtf, Justice, Saudi Arabia, Government, China, Germany, Softbank, America, Tech, Intel, Policy, Harvard



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