Reading Time: 2 minutes These mobile users were busy online-shopping, booking hotels and reading about celebrities. Original Link
Reading Time: 3 minutes “People’s Republic of Desire” takes the viewer into the lucrative and exploitative world of YY.com. Original Link
Slowing retail growth and competition from other shopping festivals took toll on China’s Singles’ Day. Original Link
Gene-editing is of enormous significance in the prevention and treatment of human disease. But caution is not a bad thing. Original Link
Calling Tencent Holdings a ‘video game giant’ in China could soon be a thing of the past. Original Link
Foreign founders in the southern paradise for product prototyping aren’t deterred by talk of tariffs, espionage. Original Link
From ‘the home of fakes’ to China’s ‘innovation capital.’ Tech official shares his take on Shenzhen’s Nanshan District. Original Link
“Do you want to stand in line for two hours [to] renew your driver’s license?” Original Link
It’s 2018 and the flip phone is back, but this time, the Royole FlexPai screen does all the folding. Original Link
India has become the battleground for Chinese internet companies’ proxy war. Fake news is their chief weapon. Original Link
Online sellers, big and small, will be subject to closer scrutiny under new law. Original Link
This year’s Singles’ Day was a mix of milestones and setbacks. Original Link
Double 11 will showcase New Retail technology like never before, in stores and warehouses, both in China and abroad. Original Link
New technology, markets hold promise but gloomy economy and increased regulatory control pose threats. Original Link
Southeast Asia is becoming a fertile ground for China’s tech proxy wars. Original Link
Changing concepts of beauty in China keep photo editing apps on their toes. Original Link
Blockchain technology could mitigate the menace of counterfeit goods in supply chains. Original Link
With the soaring number of task management applications, finding the ideal tool can be time-consuming and confusing. The criteria for each tool depends on the organization, their needs, and requirements, as well as work processes. A range of features, ease of use, reliability, security, and expense can greatly affect your choice in management tools.
So how do you make sure you are investing in the right tool that can facilitate your task management without complicating work processes?
Shenzhen kids skip to the top of the line of China’s maker boom. Original Link
Each week, the two look at their watchlist and talk about what’s happening with listed Chinese tech companies. Original Link
Held up as a beacon of LGBT hope in Asia, Taiwan’s gay tech employees tell a different tale. Original Link
Israel’s thriving tech hub offers China access to deep tech and tight connections to Silicon Valley. Original Link
New rules bring new costs and tighter control to the country’s blockchain industry. Original Link
The draft regulations require blockchain users go through real-name registration, and service providers take responsibility for content. Original Link
Mythical monikers among employees add a dash of fun to Alibaba culture, but some see a darker side. Original Link
The world has two tech superpowers—the incumbent and the rising rival, emerging as separate and competing players. Original Link
The public response to a scandal around “AI-powered translation” reveals how much AI is taken for granted. Original Link
The main purpose of the Sprint Review (SR) is to collect feedback. After seriously inspecting the product, a number of changes to the backlog or action points for solving impediments should be identified.
The Scrum Guide says:
The new six-month release cadence of the JDK means that before we’ve even really figured out what the new features are in JDK 10 along comes JDK 11. I posted an earlier blog where I listed all 109 new features and APIs I could find in JDK 10, so it seemed obvious to do the same thing for JDK 11. I’m going to use a different format from the previous post. In this series, I have divided everything into two sections: features that are visible to developers and everything else. This second installment focuses on everything else — from nest-based access control to garbage collectors and more.
Java (and other languages) supports nested classes through inner classes. To make this work correctly, it requires the compiler to perform some tricks. Here’s an example:
We sat down with the CEO to talk about possibilities for AI in finance. Original Link
The social e-commerce platform has carved up a niche among 100 million of China’s young, middle-class, and mostly female consumers. Original Link
The new six-month release cadence of the JDK means that before we’ve even really figured out what the new features are in JDK 10 along comes JDK 11. I posted an earlier blog where I listed all 109 new features and APIs I could find in JDK 10, so it seemed obvious to do the same thing for JDK 11. I’m going to use a different format from the previous post. In this post, I’ll divide everything into two sections: features that are visible to developers and everything else. This way, if you’re interested in just what will affect your development work, you can check out the second installment.
The total I counted was 90 (that’s JEPs plus new classes and methods, excluding the individual ones for the HTTP client and Flight Recorder). Although that’s eleven less than I found in JDK 10, I think it’s fair to say more functionality has been added to JDK 11 — certainly at the JVM level.
Currently, 70-80% of dapps are game-based. Original Link
Less than two weeks after Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma announced his plans to retire, his company held its biggest event of the year. Original Link
While it takes time for any superintelligence to be born, AI’s purpose, if there is any, should serve the ultimate purpose of mankind. Original Link
Open technology capabilities are expected to become the core monetization model of Ant Financial. Original Link
Prior to this debut in China, Plug and Play has accelerated over 50 energy projects from their Bay Area headquarters Original Link
The future lies not in cars being equipped with sensors, but instead the roads themselves. Original Link
Alibaba’s charismatic leader Jack Ma today (September 19) called for Chinese traditional manufacturers to fully embrace what he called the […] Original Link
In a message titled "Proposed schedule for JDK 12" on the OpenJDK jdk-dev mailing list, Mark Reinhold announced, "With JDK 11 nearly out the door, here’s a proposed schedule for JDK 12." The schedule for JDK 12 proposed in that message includes the "Release-Candidate Phase" starting on 31 January 2019 and "General Availability" of JDK 12 on 19 March 2019.