xiaomi(HKSE:1810.HK) releases CyebrDog, a bionic quadruped robot dog with high-end robot integration

Hong Kong  / TickerInsider / August 14, 2021 / – Recently, xiaomi (1810.HK) released its first open source quadruped robot CyebrDog, with 11 high-precision sensors and self-developed high-performance servo motors to sense images, light, distance, speed, sound and other environmental information, allowing it to follow instructions, automatically avoid obstacles, complete...

Probe as two bodies found

Police are investigating the deaths of two people whose bodies were found at their home on the Siu Sai Wan Estate in Chai Wan on Saturday morning. The remains of the 63-year-old man who owns the flat and a 54-year-old woman, who works as a cleaner, were found after a...

Stay professional, People’s Daily warns Law Society

People's Daily, on Saturday warned Hong Kong's Law Society not to play with politics unless it wants to follow the fate of the Bar Association and the now-defunct Professional Teachers Union. The warning comes ahead of an election later this month for five seats on the council of the professional...

2021 economic growth forecast revised upwards

The local economy is tipped to enjoy stronger growth in 2021 than previously thought. The government on Friday revised upwards the city's full-year GDP growth forecast as the economy continued to improve amid an easing local Covid-19 outbreak. The economy is now expected to expand by 5.5 percent to 6.5...

Doctors and nurses leaving HK a concern: Henry Fan

The chairman of the Hospital Authority, Henry Fan, says he's worried about an increasing loss of public sector medical staff due to emigration. He said from July 2020 until the end of June this year, the turnover rates of doctors and nurses were 4.6 and 6.5 percent respectively, and they're...

Convoy shareholder granted leave to appeal

A legal battle over financial services firm Convoy Global will go to the city's top court after the Court of Appeal ruled that the case raised important questions regarding the corporate governance of companies across different jurisdictions. Convoy, which was delisted by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in May after...

Maggie Yang confirmed as new prosecutions chief

The Department of Justice on Friday confirmed the appointment of Maggie Yang as Hong Kong's new director of public prosecutions. Earlier this year, Yang led the prosecution of 47 pro-democracy figures charged with violating the national security law for taking part in primary polls last year for the later cancelled...

CHRF rallies may have violated NSL: police chief

Police Commissioner Raymond Siu says mass rallies organised by the Civil Human Rights Front (CHRF) in recent years are suspected of violating the national security law. The group, which is reportedly on the verge of disbanding, has not held any protests since the legislation was implemented on June 30 last...