Huawei cuts 600 jobs from its US research wing after being blacklisted – TechCrunch

Huawei cuts 600 jobs from its US research wing after being blacklisted – TechCrunch

Huawei this week cut 600 positions from its Futurewei Technologies U.S. research arm, which operates out of Silicon Valley, Chicago, Washington state and Dallas. The move, which represents 70% of the division’s 850 roles, follows the hardware giant’s blacklisting by the U.S. government. Reuters initially reported the news via a source from the company who […]

Revolut tweaks business accounts with new pricing structure – TechCrunch

Revolut tweaks business accounts with new pricing structure – TechCrunch

Fintech startup Revolut announced changes to its business accounts this week. The good news is that if you were thinking about trying Revolut for your business needs, it’s now cheaper to get started. But there are some limits. While Revolut is better known for its regular consumer accounts that let you receive, send and spend […]

Alibaba to help Salesforce localize and sell in China – TechCrunch

Alibaba to help Salesforce localize and sell in China – TechCrunch

Salesforce, the 20-year-old leader in customer relationship management (CRM) tools, is making a foray into Asia by working with one of the country’s largest tech firms, Alibaba. Alibaba will be the exclusive provider of Salesforce to enterprise customers in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, and Salesforce will become the exclusive enterprise CRM software […]

Google intros Gallery Go offline photo editor – TechCrunch

Google intros Gallery Go offline photo editor – TechCrunch

At an event this week in Nigeria, Google introduced Gallery Go, a photo management and editing tool designed for offline use. The new offering joins a suite of Google apps created specifically for users in developing markets, where solid online connections aren’t always a given. Gallery Go works with devices running Android 8.1 (Oreo) and […]

RED is working on a Hydrogen Two smartphone – TechCrunch

RED is working on a Hydrogen Two smartphone – TechCrunch

In a post on RED’s message board, founder Jim Jannard reasserted the company’s commitment to the disappointing Hydrogen One handset. It’s a distant memory now, but the pricey niche device was teased and delayed for months, only to be generally run through the ringer in reviews. The camera module was one of the various complaints […]