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Welp, the U.S. is already ending its ZTE sanctions. Here’s how it happened

Well folks, it’s been one weird ride.  Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced Thursday that the U.S. is ending the sanctions it imposed on Chinese handset maker ZTE only two months ago. The U.Simposed the sanctions in the first place because ZTE had failed to comply with an original round of punishment for doing business with...CONTINUE READING
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Category:China, Sanctions, Trade, Trump, Zte

Sorry, Apple and Samsung — the best smartphone innovation is happening in China right now

Three smartphone makers have just put up teasers for new, exciting smartphones. Another three recently launched flagships that are so good, it’s hard to decide which one to recommend.  None of these companies are called Samsung or Apple.  SEE ALSO: Battle of the budget smartphones All six companies — Oppo, Vivo, OnePlus, Huawei, Lenovo, and...CONTINUE READING
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Eyes to the front camera: Chinese facial recognition tech targets inattentive students

Surely at one point or another you’ve been caught daydreaming at school, but in future it might not be a teacher catching you first. In China, the Hangzhou No. 11 Middle School is trialling a smart classroom behaviour management system which uses cameras and facial recognition to keep track of student performance. SEE ALSO: Chinese...CONTINUE READING
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Pilot gets ‘sucked halfway out’ of cockpit when windshield shatters

Yep: It sounds like something out of a disaster movie, but this actually happened. On Monday, Sichuan Airlines flight 3U8633, travelling from Chongqing, China to Lhasa, Tibet, was forced to make an emergency landing after a part of the windshield blew mid-flight. SEE ALSO: You need to watch this plane perform a wild vertical take-off...CONTINUE READING
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Eurovision cancels Chinese broadcast due to LGBTQ censorship

Following allegations of LBGTQ and tattoo censorship, the remainder of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest will no longer be broadcast in China. The decision comes from Eurovision’s organiser, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), who terminated the agreement with China’s Mango TV on Thursday.  SEE ALSO: Deadpool is really angry Canada didn’t get invited to Eurovision...CONTINUE READING
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ZTE might only have a few weeks to live

Chinese phone manufacturer ZTE has suspended all major operations following a seven-year ban on importing phone parts from the U.S., the company announced on Wednesday.  “As of now, the Company maintains sufficient cash and strictly adheres to its commercial obligations subject to compliance with laws and regulations,” ZTE’s note reads. “The Company and related parties...CONTINUE READING
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Category:Ban, China, Smartphones, Tech, Zte
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