Here is this week's roundup of China innovation stories.
Ele.me, the leading food delivery platform in China, announced on Tuesday that the company will put drones to use for food delivery services in Shanghai and launch the first drone delivery routes in China at the same time.
Mary Meeker published the 23rd edition of the annual “Internet Trends Report” on May 31, predicting that China and US will both lead the world's AI technology in five years.
On May 31 at the 2018 Global Smart Logistics Summit hosted by Cainiao Network Technology Co., Ltd., the logistics affiliate of Alibaba Group Holding Limited showcased its new technologies and unveiled plans to expand its global network by opening five new hubs around the world.
On the afternoon of May 24, Chinese AI company Mobvoi held a 2018 strategic new product launch, releasing four new wearable and smart home products.
On May 24th, Chang Cheng, Vice President of Lenovo unveiled yet another new feature for Z5, the latest flagship phone to be released soon.
456 blockchain companies have registered in China, forming the ecosystem of the rapidly growing blockchain industry, as the industry authority said in a recent report.
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China's internet giant Baidu announced yesterday the spinoff of its global business unit.
Xiaomi's official Weibo account recently revealed that the company will hold its next major product launch in Shenzhen, and its configuration and pricing information is now released in detail.
Didi Chuxing resumed its Hitch service on May 19, two weeks after the tragic murder of a 21-year-old female passenger in a night hitch ride.
Haidilao International Holding Ltd., one of China’s most popular hot pot chains, submitted its prospectus to Hong Kong Stock Exchange on May 17.
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After a flight attendant was allegedly killed by a DiDi Hitch driver during a night ride, the ride-hailing platform Didi Chuxing published safety enhancement plans on May 16, stating that it will bear all relevant responsibilities regarding safety incidents including traffic accidents and criminal cases going forward.
On the evening of May 15, diehard fans of Smartisan and Luo Yonghao, the CEO of Smartisan gathered at the Beijing National Stadium, also known as the Bird's Nest, for one sensational launch of Smartisan products.