Redcore CEO admits ‘100pc China-developed browser’ is built on Google’s Chrome, says writing code from scratch would ‘take many years’

Redcore CEO admits ‘100pc China-developed browser’ is

Redcore CEO admits ‘100pc China-developed browser’ is built on Google’s Chrome, says writing code from scratch would ‘take many years’

Redcore CEO admits ‘100pc China-developed browser’ is

Redcore CEO admits ‘100pc China-developed browser’ is built on Google’s Chrome, says writing code from scratch would ‘take many years’ More A Beijing-based start-up that claimed to have developed an original China web browser has admitted it had based its software on Google’s Chrome, following online accusations that it had ripped

China state media blasts start-up for claiming Google

Redcore CEO admits ‘100pc China-developed browser’ is built on Google’s Chrome, says writing code from scratch would ‘take many years’ The public censure adds weight to the growing debate about China exaggerating its technological strength.

China state media blasts start-up for claiming Google

Redcore CEO admits ‘100pc China-developed browser’ is built on Google’s Chrome, says writing code from scratch would ‘take many years’ ‘100pc China-developed browser’ is built on

Redcore CEO admits ‘100pc China-developed browser’ is

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Redcore – Wikipedia

Redcore is based on Chromium and uses the Blink browser engine. The company previously claimed Redcore used a new browser engine that was developed in-house. In August 2018, social media users revealed that Redcore’s internals were substantially similar to those of Google Chrome.

License: Freeware

Chinese state media says Redcore ‘farce’ exposes country’s

Redcore CEO admits ‘100pc China-developed browser’ is built on Google’s Chrome, says writing code from scratch would ‘take many years’ The public censure adds weight to the growing debate about China exaggerating its technological strength.

Is China’s First ‘Homegrown’ Web Browser a Google Chrome

Aug 17, 2018 · A startup that claims to have developed China’s first and only fully homegrown web browser raised hundreds of millions of yuan in its latest investment round — but now netizens are saying that its source files appear to have been copied from Google’s widely used web browser, Chrome

List of hoaxes – Wikipedia

The perpetual motion engines built by John Ernst Worrell Keely and Charles Redheffer; The Persian Princess, a mummy of an alleged princess which surfaced in October 2000, which proved to be an archaeological forgery and possibly a modern murder victim.

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Chinese firm touting ‘innovative’ software to beat US

Redcore, which suggested that it was the first completely homegrown web browser from China, is actually a fork from US-based Google’s open-source Chromium project. Red core browser official statement: recognition is based on Chromium project.

H.E.R.O.’s Journey in Tech (17 August 2018) – Corporate

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