2018 might not be the best year for a lot of things, but so far, it has been a blessing for one industry in China: Idol-making. It all started with two shows.
Three CEOs of Chinese tech giants are among the top 10 of Fortune’s new “40 under 40” list released by the magazine on July 20.
Fortune Magazine published on July 19 its annual global list of 500 corporations. This year, 120 Chinese companies made the cut, which makes China a close second to the U.S. with 126 companies.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (Hyperloop TT) signed its first agreement with China to build a hyperloop system in the country’s technological development zone.
Here is this week’s roundup of China tech stories.
Cheetah Mobile Inc. released on July 19 its brand-new AI interpretation device Cheetah Translator with long standby time.
The Chinese bike-sharing startup ofo confirmed with Quartz that the company is laying off employees in its North American marketing, communications, and engineering teams, along with its recent withdrawal from other markets.
Didi Chuxing (DiDi) announced a joint venture with SoftBank on July 19 to offer on-demand taxi-hailing services and smart transportation solutions for customers in Japan, the world’s third largest economy.
Xiaomi officially launches the Mi Max 3 with its highly anticipated 6.9-inch screen and 5500mAh battery on July 19.
He Xiaopeng, chairman of the Chinese electric vehicle startup Xpeng Motors, welcomed a visit from top Chinese tech leaders to the auto maker’s new headquarters in Guangzhou on July 18.