Chinese teams PSG.LGD and Newbee are looking strong and in good standing after day one of the Dota 2 International 2019.
PUBG Mobile continues to reign as the king of mobile games based on monthly revenue, according to market research firm Sensor Tower.
Chinese Quora-like website Zhihu completed a $450 million F-round funding led by popular Chinese short video platform Kuaishou and internet giant Baidu today, according to 36Kr.
Following the unveiling of its home-grown operating system Harmony OS and a smart television under its sub-brand, Honor, Chinese telecommunications equipment giant Huawei Technologies revealed a new augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) services platform to help people better understand the world around them.
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus’ smart TV will likely come in variable sizes, and be launched in September across China, India and the US, according to a listing filed on Bluetooth SIG.
Huawei’s highly-anticipated Android alternative, Hongmeng, is finally official.
China’s second-largest mobile chip maker, UNISOC, aims to launch its own 5G chipset way ahead of schedule by 2020 to rival global leaders such as Qualcomm, and augment China’s competency in creating fundamental technologies.
Chinese mobile transit platform Didi Chuxing has further expanded into Latin America and rolled out its ride-hailing services on Aug. 6 in Santiago, Chile.
In yet another example of machine learning algorithms besting highly skilled players, an artificial intelligence system devised by Tencent’s AI lab named Wukong AI defeated a human team in a five-on-five Honor of Kings match on Aug. 1.
Chinese smartphone maker OPPO today launched a new special edition OPPO Reno mobile phone in cooperation with Spanish professional football club, FC Barcelona, in Barcelona, Spain.
The Arena of Valor (AoV) World Cup 2019 grand finals will kick off on Sunday, where a new world champion will be crowned.
Chinese travel service provider Ctrip announced yesterday that it will be launching an overseas ride-hailing service on its app to help Chinese tourists on their travels outside of China.
China’s e-sports organizations may have an easier way of seeking out new young talents now.
For some reasons, Dota did it. It has somehow been able to withstand the test of time and snowball into a bigger influencer in the gaming sector year after year. This peculiar phenomenon can be explained by the way the game was experienced by most Chinese gamers while they were growing up.
China’s real estate giant Evergrande Group announced on June 29 that the company’s all-electric NEVS 93’s are finally ready to be delivered to customers.