David Marcus, the executive leading Facebook’s Libra initiative, told Bloomberg News that the United States risks ceding ground to China in the global battle for digital payments primacy.
Electric car maker Tesla’s landmark gigafactory in Shanghai has officially received the required power supply for preliminary production from the State Grid Corp of China.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei released their third quarter business update on October 16.
Alibaba’s video content platform, Youku, announced that it has signed a partnership with BBC Studios to augment their kid-friendly content.
According to the New York Times, Huawei’s access to supply chain components from the United States could soon be restored by the Trump administration.
On October 11, an insider close to Faraday Future founder Jia Yueting’s creditors revealed that they had received documents indicating that Jia was looking to file for bankruptcy in the United States.
Chinese real estate e-commerce platform Fangduoduo has filed its IPO prospectus with the SEC in anticipation of a public offering on the NASDAQ under the ticker “DUO” on October 9.
It has been a hectic few days for the NBA as the league has become embroiled in controversy with China.
28 Chinese companies were recently placed on a new entity blacklist created by the US, blocking these companies from buying American products.
Chinese online education giant VIPKID has secured commitment from Tencent to lead the company’s latest round of financing.
CEO of HTC Yves Maitres said that the company plans to gradually transition its innovative focus away from hardware and towards virtual reality (VR) technology.
E-cigarettes, or vapes, have been increasing in popularity, especially among younger generations who are less inclined to using traditional tobacco products.
Given video games’ significant potential for innovation, the next generation of youth will be introduced to technologies including virtual reality, cloud gaming and much more.
Transsion, a Chinese smartphone company best known for its dominance in the African market, has been hit with a lawsuit from Huawei on the eve of its public filing on Shanghai’s STAR board.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei told Reuters that is has been successfully producing 5G base stations without US made components.