Chinese IoT powerhouse and prominent smartphone maker Xiaomi officially entered the Japanese market on December 9.
Tesla seems to be kicking off the deliveries of the Made-in-China Model 3 ahead of schedule as transport trucks carrying the cars were seen leaving the automakers’s Shanghai Gigafactory.
During the “Huawei Talk Theme Sharing” event in Shenzhen, Wang Chenglu delivered a lecture about EMUI 10, the latest version of the Android-based OS used in Huawei phones.
Italian luxury brand Gucci announced a strategic cooperation agreement with Tencent to leverage the Chinese tech giant’s access to abundant data and explore field of smart retail.
In June 2019, OYO China, the subsidiary of the rapidly growing Indian operator of leased and franchised hotels, announced the launch of its 2.0 strategy.
According to TrendForce, Apple’s mobile phone shipments are expected to surpass those of Huawei in the fourth quarter of 2019 thanks to the success of the iPhone 11 in China.
The current level of technological development surely allows for more creative ways of dealing with natural disasters than simply sending tents and canned food to those who managed to survive the cataclysm.
A former Huawei employee was detained for extortion in late 2018 after demanding that the company pay him a contract termination compensation of roughly 300,000 yuan.
The Mi 9, a highly praised budget-friendly flagship released by Xiaomi in February, was abruptly removed from the phone-maker’s official website on December 1.
According to numbers reported by a research company LMC Automotive, Toyota was responsible for 7.8% of China’s new car sales during the first nine months of 2019, falling short of toppling Volkswagen as the market leader, but outpacing GM and the local automotive leader SAIC Motor.
On November 24, a former NetEase employee suffering from a terminal illness spoke up on social media, accusing the gaming giant of unfair treatment.
Amazon is back with plans to open another online store on Pinduoduo, the latest e-commerce disruptor, challenging the industry’s status quo with year-round discounts, group buying and a shrewd focus on China’s underrepresented lower tier cities.
Meituan-Dianping’s quarterly revenue reached 27.5 billion yuan ($3.9 billion), while the total transaction amount increased by 33.6% year-on-year to 194.6 billion yuan ($27.5 billion).
On November 25, Faraday Future headquarters will hold a creditors meeting to discuss the bankruptcy reorganization proposal put forth by the former CEO of the company, Jia Yueting.
The prominent American startup accelerator Y Combinator has abruptly folded its plans to open a Chinese subbranch YC China.