Friday, August, 23, 2019 03:01:56

Contribution By Akshay Kedari


OnePlus enters U.S. smartphone market aided by Qualcomm & T-Mobile

One of China’s leading smartphone company OnePlus has reportedly entered the U.S. market, backed by two major U.S.-based allies including mobile operator T-Mobile and chipmaking major Qualcomm. If reports are to be believed, the five-year old Schenzen-based smartphone company’s entry comes on the heels of …

French energy firm ENGIE to shift its APAC headquarters to Singapore

ENGIE, a French multinational electric utility company, has reportedly announced that it will be relocating the company’s Asia Pacific (APAC) headquarters to Singapore and moving out of its current home in Bangkok. Reports cite, the energy giant, which presently employs around 4,000 individuals in the …

Bilibili and Tencent team up to work on anime and games content

Anime streaming site Bilibili and Internet behemoth Tencent Holdings Limited recently announced that they have entered into a strategic collaboration agreement. The partnership will reportedly see both the companies operating the existing and additional anime & games content on Bilibili’s promienet online entertainment platform introduced …

Linde-Praxair merger clears obstacle with U.S. antitrust approval

The American industrial gases company Praxair Inc. and the German multinational chemical firm Linde AG have reportedly announced that their $86 billion merger deal is moving forward after successfully obtaining the U.S. antitrust approval. With the approval, both companies have fulfilled the final closing conditions …