Chinese smartphone company OnePlus recorded its highest ever shipments in a single quarter (Q4 2018) to lead India’s premium smartphone segment for three successive quarters, capturing a 36 percent market share.
Lancôme will be spreading joy and good wishes across the city of Hong Kong for the coming Chinese New Year, the Year of the Pig with the help of Alibaba Cloud’s image search technology and cloud services.
“Ha ha ha ha ha ha,” wrote Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun on his Weibo page, grabbing attention from Xiaomi fans across China.
Luohan Academy, an open research institute initiated by Alibaba Group Holding Limited, released its first report examining the relationship between digital technology and economic growth at the 2019 World Economic Forum in Davos.
Baidu Inc. came under intense fire by Chinese netizens for the past two days due to complaints of low quality services and manipulation of search results to give more exposure to its own Baijiahao services.
Vivo unveiled its Apex 2019 smartphone today and broke all conceptual barriers for smartphone makers.
Amidst the recent undesirable turn of events, Huawei is keeping its head above water throughout the race for 5G.
On the morning of Jan. 23 local time, the World Economic Forum announced the establishment of the “Artificial Intelligence Council”, which will be co-chaired by Innovation Works CEO Kai-Fu Lee and Microsoft President Bradford L. Smith.
Microsoft’s largest artificial intelligence (AI) and IoT lab in the world has settled in Zhangjiang, Shanghai.
“Looking forward to breaking ground on the @Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory today!” tweeted Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Xiaomi announced on Jan. 3 that Redmi will become a sub-brand of the company via an image on its official website.
China has inaugurated a new chapter in mankind’s lunar exploration history this morning.
On the morning of Jan. 2, the first working day of 2019 in China, Baidu CEO Robin Li sent out an internal letter announcing that Baidu’s 2018 revenue had officially exceeded 100 billion yuan ($14.5 billion).
Leaked sketches of OPPO’s next handset surfaced online on Dec. 24, showing what seems to be the company’s 2019 smartphone — the OPPO F19.
Yuanfudao, an online tutoring platform based in Beijing, has raised $300 million from Chinese Internet conglomerate Tencent in a deal that values the education company at $3 billion.