It is reported that Canaan has set the issuing price at the lower end of the price range, raising a total of $90 million.
Just recently, Tencent released a live voice social app called “Echo”. When opening the app, users can see the slogan “encounter the voices you like”.
According to CNBC, in the first half of 2019, ByteDance generated more digital ad revenue than both Tencent and Baidu, with only Alibaba generating more.
Luo Yonghao, founder of the niche smartphone brand Smartisan, is suddenly back in the public eye.
On November 17, Sunday, PC company HP, held the Beijing regional competition of the HP Dream Factory Innovation Hackathon in Beijing’s co-working space Ucommune.
On November 18, Kingsoft Office, the Chinese software provider, officially listed on Shanghai’s STAR market, under the ticker symbol 688111.
The top five smart speaker brands included Amazon (10.4 million units), Alibaba (3.9 million units), Baidu (3.7 million units), Google ( 3.5 million units) and Xiaomi (3.4 million units).
On November 14, according to Tencent News, Alibaba’s IPO officially opened for Hong Kong-based institutional investors.
On November 13, Tencent Holdings released its financial report for the third quarter ended on September 30.
On October 10, China’s ByteDance launched a new loan service app called “Manfen” (“full score“ in Chinese).
Tencent has cooperated with five international financial service companies to make it possible to tie overseas international credit cards to WeChat, thus allowing overseas users to utilize WeChat’s payment services.
On November 7, Baidu announced its unaudited financial report for the third quarter of 2019.
On November 6, Ctrip Group, a Chinese online travel service provider announced a strategic partnership with American travel website TripAdvisor, expanding their global cooperation.
“Come on, Zhang Shuai!” Chinese crowds at the Shenzhen Bay Sports Center Stadium ignited with passion, cheered and sighed with every point Zhang won and lost at the doubles semi-final match on November 2.
Rudi Ying, a promising 21-year old Chinese ice hockey player seized global attention when he was just nine years old. Some pundits speculate, if things goes well, he could be the future Jeremy Lin of ice hockey. We were glad to meet Rudi on the ice rink in between his training and matches.