On February 29, the California Department of Motor Vehicles issued a series of “2019 Autonomous Driving Disengagement Reports.”
Feishu issued an announcement saying that Feishu-related page links were banned by WeChat without explanation.
Uxin notified its employees that due to the issues caused by the COVID-19 outbreak，the company will suspend its operations for an indefinite time.
China’s VC market is coming into its own as the coronavirus outbreak seems to be easing its grip on the country.
While Gojek has reportedly denied its involvement in such talks, a potential merger between the two does not sound like something completely out of the question.
While the coronavirus outbreak is undoubtedly a matter of paramount importance, here are at least five factors that will put Wuhan on your list of cities to visit once it’s the outbreak has subsided.
Alibaba Local Services Company officially announced its acquisition of Keruyun, a SaaS company providing software and hardware for local lifestyle services such as catering and retail.
Robotic process automation (RPA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) startup Laiye Technology announced today that it has completed its Series C financing round of $42 million.
On February 24th, Xiaomi’s budget sub-brand Redmi announced that its flagship K20 Pro has been officially discontinued.
Bestore, a high-end snack store chain headquartered in Wuhan, listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange on February 24.
Among the most notable domestic news is the Series A round raised by the Shanghai-based VR startup Oasis VR.
As Chinese subways remain relatively desolate, Didi’s been the transportation option of choice for many Chinese who would much rather take the risk of riding a car with just one person than a subway cart with a dozen.
Comparing the current crisis to the SARS outbreak of 2003, some people argue that similar to how SARS boosted China’s e-commerce industry, the COVID-19 outbreak could also propel new innovations.
In terms of Australia’s most populous city and largest ride-hailing market, Didi plans to roll out its Sydney launch with DiDi Express and DiDi Max services first.
Representatives of the Central Bank pointed out that even if approved, the loans will be far smaller than the 4 billion and 5 billion yuan sought by the companies.