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Tencent Utilizes ByteDances Advertising Platforms to Boost DreamStar Game

To rival NetEases wellreceived "Eggy Party," Tencent is promoting its new mobile party game "DreamStar" by utilising ByteDances wellliked advertising

To rival NetEases wellreceived "Eggy Party," Tencent is promoting its new mobile party game "DreamStar" by utilising ByteDances wellliked advertising networks. Despite their history of disagreements, Tencent has decided to use ByteDances platforms for advertising in the previous 30 days, 38% of DreamStar advertisements have appeared on Pangolin, ByteDances online ad business. Considering that Tencent owns its own ad network, it is noteworthy that it relied heavily on ByteDances platform. Tencents plan to invest 1.4 billion yuan in developing DreamStars environment for success is reflected in this action. ByteDances plan to wind down its gaming division aligns with Tencents reconciliation with the latter. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago          

China Continues Push for SelfReliance, Instructs Employees to Avoid Foreign Devices, Including iPhones

There are reports that more Chinese government organisations and stateowned businesses are telling their employees not to bring Apple iPhones and othe

There are reports that more Chinese government organisations and stateowned businesses are telling their employees not to bring Apple iPhones and other foreign gadgets to work. This action continues Chinas ongoing efforts to boost homegrown semiconductor chip production, encourage the use of regional brands, and lessen dependency on foreign technologies. In the last month or so, employees in government agencies and stateaffiliated businesses throughout many provinces have been told to substitute local brands. This comes after earlier allegations from September stating that employees of several ministries and government agencies were instructed not to use iPhones while at work. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago          

Chinese Semiconductor Design Firms Turn to Malaysia for Chip Assembly Amid US Sanctions Concerns

More and more Chinese semiconductor design businesses are looking to Malaysian companies to assemble chips, particularly GPUs graphics processing unit

More and more Chinese semiconductor design businesses are looking to Malaysian companies to assemble chips, particularly GPUs graphics processing units. Chinese corporations are looking to diversify and manage risks considering possible US sanctions expansion on Chinas semiconductor sector, which is driving this approach. Although the requests mostly concern chip assembly, exempt from US limitations, businesses are concerned about possible limits on the export of advanced packaging technologies. Malaysia, a significant participant in the semiconductor supply chain, is in an excellent position to profit from this change as Chinese chip companies look for suppliers outside of China for their assembly needs. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago          

DonorView Faces Data Breach Nearly a Million Records of Donors Exposed Online

An internet database with almost a million records of contributors who made financial contributions to nonprofit organisations has been discovered. Do

An internet database with almost a million records of contributors who made financial contributions to nonprofit organisations has been discovered. DonorView, a company that offers cloudbased fundraising platforms to various organisations with philanthropic or benevolent objectives, owns the database. Donor names, addresses, phone numbers, emails, payment methods, and more were among the details that were made public. In some cases, names and addresses of people identified as youngsters were provided, but it was unclear if these people had anything to do with the charity that received the contribution or the people who received the money. The event emphasises how crucial database security is for safeguarding donor data and reducing the possibility of phishing scams. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago          

Coinbase International to Introduce Spot Crypto Trading from December 15

Beginning on December 15, Coinbase plans to extend its reach outside the United States by introducing spot cryptocurrency trading services on its glob

Beginning on December 15, Coinbase plans to extend its reach outside the United States by introducing spot cryptocurrency trading services on its global exchange. After first concentrating on derivatives, the foreign exchange will gradually introduce spot trading, starting with bitcoin and ether against the USDC stablecoin. The move is crucial as it allows Coinbase to learn and gauge demand for spot goods, which might have longterm benefits for the business. This news coincides with growing interest in cryptocurrencies since bitcoin prices have risen significantly this year, and trader mood has improved due to the prospect of a spot exchangetraded fund. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago          

Generative AI Startup Mistral AI Teams Up with Google Cloud for Model Distribution

Through their collaboration, Google Cloud and Mistral AI have made it possible for the Parisbased generative AI firm to share its language models acro

Through their collaboration, Google Cloud and Mistral AI have made it possible for the Parisbased generative AI firm to share its language models across Google Clouds infrastructure. As per the deal, Mistral AI will test, develop, and scale up its large language models LLMs using Google Clouds AIoptimized infrastructure, which includes TPU Accelerators. Thanks to this partnership, Mistral AI may now use Google Clouds security and privacy requirements. Founded by former researchers from Meta and Google, Mistral AI has secured 385 million euros in its second fundraising round, placing it in the top tier of AI startups worldwide. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago          

RussianLinked Hacking Group Solntsepyok Takes Credit for Cyberattack on Ukraines Kyivstar

A hacker collective, Solntsepyok, thought to be connected to Russian military intelligence GRU, took credit for an attack on Kyivstar, Ukraines bigges

A hacker collective, Solntsepyok, thought to be connected to Russian military intelligence GRU, took credit for an attack on Kyivstar, Ukraines biggest mobile network provider. The attack impacted air raid alarm systems, destroyed IT infrastructure, and interrupted services in several places. Considered a front for the GRUaffiliated Sandworm hacking outfit, Solntsepyok has previously attacked Ukraines energy industry. In the Kyivstar attack, the organisation claimed to have damaged over 10,000 PCs and 4,000 servers. Together with the SBU internal intelligence agency, the State Service of Special Communications and Information Protectorate SSSCIP of Ukraine is looking into the event. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago          

FirstofitsKind Sanctions UK Targets Southeast Asias Online Scam Networks

The United Kingdom has taken action against 14 people and organisations associated with the online scamming scene in Southeast Asia. The targets of th

The United Kingdom has taken action against 14 people and organisations associated with the online scamming scene in Southeast Asia. The targets of the action are human traffickers who coerce employees into committing fraud. This is the first time that the UK has taken direct legal action against internet scammers. The targets of the sanctions include people and organisations associated with "scam compounds" in Laos, Myanmar, and Cambodia they also include businesses associated with casinos and lodging establishments in Cambodia that are notorious for housing scams. Since the COVID19 outbreak, Southeast Asia has seen a sharp increase in the internet scamming business, with workers being coerced into performing fraudulent tasks. Read More..

B2B Tech News | 2 months ago          



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