The EV-maker Tesla announced that it will be switching from Tencent Maps to Baidu Maps as its provider of in-car mapping services.
CEO of OnePlus Pete Lau recently sat down with The Verge podcast team to discuss his company’s plans with regard foldable phone technology.
Xiaomi launched POCO in 2018 as a premium smartphone brand expected to take on competitors like OnePlus and Samsung on the global stage.
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, part of Foxconn Technology Group, plans to form a joint venture with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to develop and produce electric vehicles in China.
Huawei officially introduced the new version of Huawei Mobile Services (HMS), the HMS Core 4.0, to global developers on January 15th.
TikTok, the international version of Douyin, a short-video app developed by ByteDance, generated $176.9 million in revenue in 2019, growing fivefold since 2018.
While China’s tier-one and tier-two cities keep rapidly expanding, making us marvel at the speed and quality of their development, the really astounding action is happening elsewhere.
For the first time since 2016, Tesla has surpassed the Chinese automaker BYD as the world's new energy vehicle sales champion, with 367,500 vehicles sold.
Faraday Future announced on January 8 that its FF91 model completed a 250-mile long-distance road test at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), held annually in Las Vegas.
According to Reuters, the Trump administration took steps to restrict exports of artificial intelligence software in order to protect sensitive technologies from competitors such as China.
The Alibaba DAMO Academy, a research and development institute run by Alibaba Group, published its forecast of the trends that would define the global tech industry in 2020.
After a record-setting 2018 that saw Chinese VCs ladle out cash to startups at mind-boggling valuations, current numbers spooked global investors, some of whom regard the diminished numbers as a sign of an imminent industry debacle.
Huawei’s full-year revenue would likely soar 18% in 2019 to 850 billion yuan ($121.72 billion), lower than its earlier estimates, with a US boycott likely impeding the company’s growth.
Breitfeld has already launched plans to enter China. He revealed that the purpose of his visit to Beijing was to find potential partners in China and establish joint ventures.
The Lenovo Group on Tuesday officially responded to the rumors about Chang Cheng, a vice president, leaving his position.