ZTE has paid a $1 billion fine and another $400 million in escrow will be completed in a couple of days
A Chinese company called JinkoSolar Holding Co. is now the world’s largest maker of solar panels.
YouTube is adding a feature to allow creators with more than 100,000 subscribers to sell memberships to their fans.
Paris pulls the plug on its shared-electric-vehicle transport experiment.
Swiggy has raised $210 million in a round led by South Africa’s Naspers.
Social media rumors have already killed numerous people in India.
Lithium and cobalt are required for electric vehicles for which the government has ambitious projects.
Technical challenges, supply-chain hurdles have delayed the launch of Apple’s wireless charger.
Whoever takes over must maintain Intel’s lead in data center chips, find a way to crack the mobile device market.
Facebook Inc. has been under fire from the state legal authorities for its data practices.
The feature is not technically very difficult, so Google could easily find other engineers to do the work.
The world’s biggest waste importer is no longer buying. So where’s all that trash going to go?
Facebook is using automated systems to identify duplicates of fake news articles flagged by third-party reviewers.
Xiaomi still has a shot at becoming the world’s most expensive major maker of phone gear.
A Danish company can help 911 operators better diagnose cardiac arrest.
Instagram announces a new feature: Instagram television.
Co-founder said the company’s real goal is to be an internet services company making money off ads and online games.
Hacker illicitly photographed production line, company says.
In 2018, it pays to be on Jack Dorsey’s side.
Solar panels were already getting cheaper this year, and now thank to China, prices are plunging even faster.
Masayoshi Son is elevating two SoftBank Group executives and one outsider to his inner circle
Conamix’s technology plans to reduce the cost of batteries used for electric vehicles and grid storage.
Crypto exchanges look a lot like stock markets. Yet in many ways they differ vastly.
Xiaomi has set tentative terms for a Hong Kong initial public offering.
The companies announced in January that they were forming the venture to improve employee health care.