The visit comes as the peninsula settlement process has reached a deadlock after the Hanoi summit between Kim and US President Donald Trump. While Washington demands that Pyongyang completely dismantle nuclear facilities in the country in order to get sanctions relief, North Korea wants part of restrictions to be lifted before denuclearization begins.Full Story
One of the U.S.' largest chip makers will not reach its revenue goals due to sanctions against its Chinese partner Huawei.Full Story
A China-developed cancer detection device has been approved by national drug regulators and obtained market access this month.
“We hope to see the high commissioner pay a visit to China including a trip to Xinjiang to see by herself ... Seeing is believing,” Chen Xu, China’s ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva, told a news conference hosted by the U.N. correspondents’ association, ACANU.
The government has declared a state of emergency and is distributing aid among evacuees.
The Chinese company is one step closer to revealing its Hong Meng operating system to run Android apps.
Buyers of current Huawei phone models that do not have Facebook pre-installed would still be able to download it from the Google Playstore.
President Vladimir Putin rejected US actions against free access to high tech, saying they increase global inequality.
Chinese consumers will soon be able to use a tech apps that will allow them to easily access the 'Internet of Things'.
Huawei, which is one of the largest technological companies in the world, has faced heavy scrutiny from western nations recently as countries like the United States have accused them of posing a national security risk.
“Our talks with China, a lot of interesting things are happening. We’ll see what happens... I could go up another at least $300 billion and I’ll do that at the right time,” Trump told reporters on Thursday, without specifying which goods could be impacted.