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Fitness tracker firm Jawbone faces liquidation

Image copyright Jawbone Image caption The Jawbone website is still trading The BBC understands that fitness tracker firm Jawbone is facing liquidation and that chief executive Hosain Rahman is launching a new health-based tech start-up. News of the firm’s liquidation, as published by The Information website is correct, the BBC was told. Jawbone said it had no comment. The firm sent an email advising of changes following months of silence,

Honour of Kings: China’s most vilified on-line recreation

Picture copyright Tencent Chinese language web big Tencent insists its earnings will not take a success from a decision to limit the time children can play one of its most popular games. Entry to Honour of Kings is now restricted to at least one hour a day for kids aged beneath 12 and two hours for kids between 12 and 18. The boundaries had been put in place after the

Honour of Kings: China’s most vilified on-line recreation

Picture copyright Tencent Chinese language web big Tencent insists its income will not take successful from a decision to limit the time children can play one of its most popular games. Entry to Honour of Kings is now restricted to at least one hour a day for youngsters aged below 12 and two hours for youngsters between 12 and 18. The bounds have been put in place after the government-owned

Honour of Kings: China’s most vilified on-line recreation

Picture copyright Tencent Chinese language web big Tencent insists its income will not take a success from a decision to limit the time children can play one of its most popular games. Entry to Honour of Kings is now restricted to at least one hour a day for kids aged beneath 12 and two hours for kids between 12 and 18. The bounds had been put in place after the

Honour of Kings: China’s most vilified on-line recreation

Picture copyright Tencent Chinese language web large Tencent insists its earnings will not take successful from a decision to limit the time children can play one of its most popular games. Entry to Honour of Kings is now restricted to 1 hour a day for kids aged beneath 12 and two hours for kids between 12 and 18. The boundaries had been put in place after the government-owned Folks’s Every

Honour of Kings: China’s most vilified on-line recreation

Picture copyright Tencent Chinese language web big Tencent insists its income will not take a success from a decision to limit the time children can play one of its most popular games. Entry to Honour of Kings is now restricted to at least one hour a day for youngsters aged beneath 12 and two hours for youngsters between 12 and 18. The boundaries had been put in place after the