Huawei announced its operating results for the first half of 2018 on July 31. The world's third largest smartphone maker reported the same growth rate as one year ago.
OPPO R17 specifications are unveiled in part through the international edition shared on Twitter, confirming its V-shaped front camera design and on-screen fingerprint unlock features.
Faraday Future (FF) announced on July 30 (PDT) the completion of its first body-in-white FF 91 electric vehicle (EV) in its Hanford assembly plant in Los Angeles.
In the week since China's expanding vaccine scandal began, technologists and innovators have started to pursue hands-on solutions to country's latest public heath crisis.
China's information and industrial authority advocated for further cooperation between semiconductor manufacturers to prepare for the upcoming 5G era.
The bike-sharing company ofo announced it pulled its business out from the Madrid region in Spain, according to Chinese media. This comes after their recent withdrawal from Australia and Germany.
The logistics platform 58 Suyun announced on July 12 the completion of its first round of fundraising of $250 million, led by InnoVision Capital.
Youku Tudou Inc. published on July 16 its performance data of the 2018 World Cup in Russia after broadcasting one-month football matches online as official new media partner of China's central television station.
Didi Chuxing announced a strategic partnership on July 17 with Booking Holdings who will put an investment of $500 million into the Chinese mobile transportation platform.
China’s new e-commerce platform, Pinduoduo, plans to raise a maximum of $1.87 billion through its listing on the NASDAQ Global Select section, according to its updated prospectus to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Recently Meituan-Dianping and WeChat both came under fire for privacy and security related scandals.
Baidu Inc. recently added a new feature displaying information flow to its mobile browser app and changed the app's slogan along the way. This is among the latest moves by Chinese tech companies merging key functions into their mobile application services.
China's electric vehicle (EV) startup NIO signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the German engineering and electronics company Robert Bosch GmbH on July 9. The agreement focuses on cooperations in the areas of sensor technology, automated driving, electric motor controls and intelligent transport systems.
Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel met with Jack Ma from the Alibaba Group in Brussels on July 3 and announced Belgium's participation in the company's digital trade platform.
Mobike, one of the world's largest bike-sharing companies, has just launched its new pedal-assisted electric bikes as well as a deposit refund plan at the launch event on July 5.