A number of Chinese smartphone brands, which dominate the Indian market, may take a sharp hit due to the COVID-19 crisis that has engulfed the world's second largest phone market.
Computer vision dominates the artificial intelligence sector in China with a 50% share of the market and the highest amount of funding in the world, with US$4.5 billion (A$5.9 billion) raised from venture capitalists between 2016 and 2018.
China has added about 75 million Internet users in the 12 months to July this year, according to the China Internet Report 2020, a yearly compilation that looks at the digital world in the Middle Kingdom.
The digital edition of the South China Morning Post, owned by China's Alibaba Group, has decided to bring back the paywall that it took down soon after purchasing the publication from newspaper tycoon Rupert Murdoch.
Internet and smartphone use in China shows no sign of slowing down if one were to judge from a new report that says there are 772 million net users in the country out of a population of 1.4 billion.
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