According to La Vanguardia, GSMA will meet on February 14 to determine whether MWC 2020 will go ahead as scheduled.
After the coronavirus pneumonia spread to 25 countries and infected more than 40,000 people, it finally had an official name, COVID-19.
Airbnb today announced on its WeChat public account that the company would set up a $1,000 000 fund to support Chinese Airbnb users during the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak.
Huawei is looking for a site in Europe to build a factory that produces 5G equipment.
On February 4, smartphone brand POCO officially launched its first flagship phone, the POCO X2 in India, the first new model by POCO after its spin-off from Xiaomi.
Shares of Luckin Coffee, Chinese coffee retail chain, rose 15.6% to $36.24 in afternoon trading on Tuesday, closing at $36.63 after hours.
99, a Brazilian ride-sharing platform a subsidiary of Didi Chuxing (“DiDi”), today celebrated reaching 1 billion trips completed on its platform.
With the Year of Rat approaching, Dazhong Dianping, the popular Chinese restaurant and service rating app released its “New Year Flavor Map 2020” revealing the hottest trends in food consumption in the past year.
Didi Chuxing (“DiDi”) on Friday shared the latest progress of its collaboration with railway hubs in China.
AutoX, a self-driving startup, announced it had completed a Pre-B round of financing worth tens of millions of dollars in late December.
After admitting the programming language MuLan was false publicly, Liu Lei, the Chinese scholar who developed the MuLan programming language was suspended. The languaged was previously proclaimed as a completely self-dependent innovation.
Chinese cloud computing service provider UCloud Technology Co. LTD. officially listed on Shanghai’s STAR market, under the ticker symbol 688158.
If there is one thing The Farewell and its director Lulu Wang did wrong, it was being too brutally honest, about the in-between-ness of Chinese-American immigrants, the differences between Eastern and Western culture, and the feelings that come as a loved one passes away.
China's annual Spring Festival is approaching. On January 11, Taobao announced an exclusive e-commerce partnership with CCTV's Spring Festival Gala.
Chinese e-commerce company Jumei Youpin received a privatization offer from the buyer group represented by Chen Ou, Chairman, CEO and CFO of Jumei International on January 11.