TikTok rival Kuaishou says it has reached 1 billion monthly active users
TikTok rival and Chinese short-video platform Kuaishou has reached 1 billion monthly active users worldwide, almost doubling the figure it announced last month.
Huawei now has over 4 million registered developers
Huawei had more than 4 million registered developers by the end of May this year, more than double the number from a year ago, the Chinese tech giant said.
HarmonyOS 2 gains over 10 million users within a week of availability
In less than a week after its release, more than 10 million Huawei phone users have already upgraded their systems to HarmonyOS 2.
US government reverses ban on TikTok, WeChat
Trump issued the ban against TikTok and WeChat in 2020 on the grounds that they threatened US national security.
Three Chinese banks announce HarmonyOS support
With the release of HarmonyOS 2, Huawei opened a new chapter in its mobile business. Now three major Chinese banks have announced their support for the system.
One of China's top universities offers HarmonyOS-related courses
Wuhan University teacher Zhao Xiaogang and Huawei reached an agreement in November 2020 to start the joint design of HarmonyOS courses to be offered in universities.
Huawei launches HarmonyOS 2, opens new chapter in its mobile business
US sanctions have left Huawei's cell phone business struggling, and to keep that business going, Huawei has found its own way.
Ant Group releases OceanBase 3.0 database, open-sources 3 million lines of core code
Chinese fintech company Ant Group released OceanBase 3.0 database on June 1, and its 3 million lines of core code have been opened to the open-source community.
Apple has over 4.4 million registered developers in Greater China, up 76% from two years ago
Apple now has more than 4.4 million registered developers in Greater China, up 76 percent from 2.5 million two years ago, the iPhone maker announced on May 31.
Meizu announces it will use HarmonyOS, possibly first for smart home products
Huawei's Android alternative HarmonyOS is the talk of the Chinese tech world recently, and now it's getting support from a smartphone maker, though probably not for the system to be used on phones.