Chinese budget smartphone brand Honor officially launched its V40 series on Friday, the company’s debut smartphone model following its separation from Huawei in November last year.
Vendors on China’s second-largest online shopping platform Pinduoduo were caught selling live puppies in surprise “blind boxes”, sparking heavy criticism and accusations of animal abuse online.
China’s central bank on Wednesday released a set of proposed guidelines to step up antitrust measures in the country’s booming online payments sector.
On-demand logistics and delivery company Lalamove is close to completing a $1.5 billion financing round that would bring its valuation to around $10 billion, according to Chinese media.
Chinese company ByteDance has launched an in-app payment service in its short video platform Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok.
China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group said it has teamed up with Tencent to develop smart vehicle technologies, the newest cross-industry partnership between traditional automakers and tech giants.
It’s official: China’s largest search engine and China’s largest private automaker are joining forces.
Tesla said it delivered its first batch of Shanghai-made Model Y vehicles to customers in China on Monday, marking another milestone for the U.S. electric vehicle maker in the world’s largest EV market.
The Trump administration on Thursday added nine Chinese firms to government blacklists of companies that it says have ties to the Chinese military.
Annabel Yao, Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei's youngest daughter, has made her formal debut in China's entertainment industry.
Chinese drone manufacturer DJI said the company has not established a new engineering team to work on self-driving technologies.
Nio’s unveiling of its first luxury electric sedan, the ET7, along with an announcement of a groundbreaking solid-state battery that could be released as soon as next year ignited much interest from investors.
Shares of Chinese electric vehicle (EV) company Nio jumped as much as 14% on Monday, propelling the carmaker to a market valuation of more than $100 billion, making the start-up the third most-valued automaker after Tesla and Toyota. Monday’s gains followed the success of the company’s annual Nio Day over the weekend, when it announced…
The valuation of China’s most popular fitness app Keep has risen to about $2 billion following a $360 million funding round, according to Chinese tech news site 36Kr.
Scientists in China have developed the world’s first myostatin gene (MSTN) edited Chinese Hu sheep, with the hope that the technology will boost mutton output and quality for the national industry.