Motorola’s first hole-punch camera phone One Vision was released internationally in May, but did not include China. However, its clone P50, designed specially for the Chinese market, is expected to be launched in the Middle Kingdom on July 20.
American e-cigarette brand JUUL will officially enter the Chinese market and is reported to be negotiating terms for distribution channel cooperation with Tmall and JD.com.
During a visit to Brussels on July 18, Huawei’s head of PR Chen Weifang shared with Xinhua News Agency that her company has obtained more than 50 5G commercial contracts, 28 of which are from Europe.
CooTek, a fast-growing Chinese app developer listed on the NYSE under the ticker “CTK”, is having dozens of its products pulled from Google’s Play Store and ad platforms.
The live-action 3D remake of the Disney staple, just like its precursors, is a harbinger of change, epitomizing China’s current standing in the world.
The Chinese Internet has been boiling recently with droves of users eager to weigh in on the latest goings-on at Shandong University.
Xpeng car owners in multiple Chinese cities descended on company’s offices to defend their consumer rights. The cause of the owners’ distress is a new G3 model, that came just six months after the release of the previous version.
July 15, SMZDM.com, a shopping guide platform known in China as Shenme Zhide Mai, (eng. What is worth buying) officially listed on the GEM board of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. SMZDM.com has managed to stay afloat for nine years despite having attracted just one round of financing prior to the listing.
July 15, BMW China announced that it has reached a cooperation agreement with a local mapping provider NavInfo to develop high-precision maps for autonomous driving.
The world’s largest drone manufacturer DJI is planning to strengthen its U.S. presence by promoting cooperation with local government agencies and building a new plant in the country.
Smartphones online sales took a nosedive in the first quarter of 2019, according to Counterpoint Research.
Despite all the trouble that JD CEO Liu Qiangdong got himself into last year, his company, although expected to come to naught (JD’s stock price fell by 40%), has prospered. Obviously, that does not refer to every aspect of every project, but overall figures present an impressive achievement. With a yearly operating income of 462 billion yuan, JD made it to the very apex of the Internet and technology section of the Chinese Fortune 500 list.
Tencent has decided to step in and save the beloved Wall by doing what it does best–building another mobile game – Repair the Wall.
China in all respects is a game streaming Eden. With a vast population and prodigious strides in tech, it will hardly run out of young virtual reality pundits willing to show off their gaming skills online in the near future.
Two decades after the premiere of the original Mulan, Disney released the first teaser-trailer for its live-action reproduction of the iconic cartoon.