• Technology News

    Amer sells Suunto to Chinese tech company

    VANTAA, Finland (BRAIN) — Amer Sports has sold the Finnish adventure wearables brand Suunto to Liesheng, a Chinese technology brand. Amer is the parent of Enve Composites, Louisville Slugger, Arcteryx, Wilson and other brands, and the former owner of Mavic. Amer has been owned by the Chinese sports brand ANTA since 2018.  According to Suunto, the transaction has been signed and it’s expected to close in the first half of 2022. Founded in Guangdong, China in 2015, Liesheng products are sold in more than 100 countries around the world. One of its consumer electronics brands is Haylou, which sells  

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  • Technology News

    CES 2022: 5 takeaways from the giant tech trade show

    Sure, some things were familiar: companies showed off the latest batch of flashy TVs. The onslaught of oddball gadgets got odder. And there was no shortage of next-level health trackers, including a lightbulb that tracks how you sleep. “It was surreal,” said Martin DeBono, president of GAF Energy, who decided to follow through with attending in person to show off his company’s new solar roof shingle. “This was probably my eleventh year going to CES and the lack of crowds was bizarre.” Still, there was plenty of talk about the products on display this year. Here are 5 takeaways from  

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    As Beijing Takes Control, Chinese Tech Companies Lose Jobs and Hope

    The video platform that laid off Mr. Zhao, iQiyi, had an abysmal quarter, losing about $268 million. Its share prices fell by 85 percent from its high in 2021, reflecting investors’ concerns that the company, once aspiring to be China’s Netflix, will be short of shows that can attract more subscribers and advertisers. “The biggest problem for our industry is severe shortage of content supply,” iQiyi’s chief executive, Gong Yu, told analysts in November. He blamed, in part, censors’ slow approval. IQiyi did not respond to requests for comment. (Mr. Zhao confirmed the details in his social media account, but  

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    China pursues tech ‘self-reliance,’ fueling global unease

    BEIJING (AP) — To help make China a self-reliant “technology superpower,” the ruling Communist Party is pushing the world’s biggest e-commerce company to take on the tricky, expensive business of designing its own processor chips — a business unlike anything Alibaba Group has done before. Its 3-year-old chip unit, T-Head, unveiled its third processor in October, the Yitian 710 for Alibaba’s cloud computing business. Alibaba says for now, it has no plans to sell the chip to outsiders. Other rookie chip developers including Tencent, a games and social media giant, and smartphone brand Xiaomi are pledging billions of dollars in  

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  • Gadjet And Laptop

    Tech gadgets you’ll want to try in 2022

    With the New Year comes not only a long list of resolutions, but lots of new gadgets — and you’re going to want to get your hands on these. We got the scoop on 2022’s hottest tech items from the latest work tablets to impressive household robots. Check out our list for the top 5 tech gadgets below. 1. The Microsoft Surface Pro 8 2-in-1 laptop  The new Microsoft Surface Pro 8 2-in-1 laptop (starting at $999) is marketed as the “most powerful Pro” to date. Microsoft says they created the laptop-tablet combo with the modern workplace in mind, so  

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  • Internet Marketing

    Which Web 3 is causing the most controversy among tech giants?

    Seven years after its appearance, the concept of Web3 reached its peak in popularity in 2021, while still causing controversy among users of the global computer network. In recent days, a series of discussions about the very idea of ​​Web3 questioning its feasibility have raged with some tech billionaires, such as Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, and former Twitter CEO Jack. Dorsey. Internet Evolution The concept, which was coined by the co-founder of cryptocurrency Ethereum, Gavin Wood, in 2014, points to the existence of two other eras of the Internet, Web 1.0 and Web 2.0Which will be replaced  

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