Honor V30, the first device to come equipped with HMS will be released in Europe next week.
Due to the coronavirus shutdown, Apple temporarily suspended stores and operations in China and experienced the second revenue miss.
OPPO announced a 50 billion yuan R&D fund spanning the next three years to enhance core technologies and explore frontier innovations, including self-developed SoC chips
On February 14, NYU Shanghai, a joint venture between New York University and East China Normal University, announced that they would resume their semester on February 17 via a full scale digital teaching initiative.
Huize Holdings is a Shenzhen-based an online insurance cpmpany that aggregates insurance products and aims to provide a seamless user experience targeting the younger generation.
Following a temporary suspension of production due to the coronavirus outbreak, California-based EV-maker Tesla’s Shanghai gigafactory has resumed its normal business.
Sensor Tower, a mobile app marketing intelligence firm, released their report on the global mobile gaming market for January of 2020.
Shenzhen-based Tencent released their first social app of 2020, a video dating app called Qingyuan, which arranges blind dates via video call.
Some non-traditional manufacturers of medical supplies including masks, plastic gloves and disinfectant have joined the effort.
Many of China’s unicorn companies, responsible for the creation of China’s formidable logistics system, have assisted in various emergency initiatives.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei has filed lawsuits alleging 12 patent violations against American telecom provider Verizon.
Researchers from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, a top center studying viruses, have applied to patent a drug made by US company Gilead that could help with treating the coronavirus.
He Xiaopeng, founder of Xpeng Motors, recently posted on Weibo his thoughts about the future of the electric vehicle industry, following Tesla’s 17% drop in share price earlier this week.
Suning-owned PP Sports has experienced a meteoric rise in traffic over the coronavirus period, during which the content on the platform is free of charge.
As millions of Chinese travel abroad, they are greeted with skepticism, plagued by a stigma resulting from paranoia about the coronavirus.