On November 13, Motorola announced their new Razr phone, a modernized foldable smartphone, nearly identical to the classic model with the same name.
To compete with Chinese short-video app TikTok, Instagram is launching a video-music remix feature, dubbed Reels, which enables users to create 15-second video clips set to music and share them as Stories.
Huawei said that it will hand out $286 million in cash bonuses and double almost all employees’ monthly salaries for October as a reward for mitigating the impact of its US blacklisting.
Just as Alibaba celebrated their new record of $38.4 billion in GMV on the Singles’ Day shopping festival, rumors questioning the integrity of those numbers surfaced and circulated on Chinese social media platforms.
On November 12, Tencent Music Entertainment Group released its financial report for the third quarter and reported positive results.
On November 7, Tesla’s official Weibo account announced that the Chinese-made Tesla Model 3 is “coming soon” to the largest automotive market in the world.
Didi Chuxing announced on November 6 a trial relaunch of Hitch , its P2P ride-sharing service in seven major Chinese cities, at the end of November 2019.
TikTok confirmed on November 4 that it would not send a representative to testify before a Senate panel slated to examine the internet company’s ties to the Chinese government.
Lei Jun, founder and CEO of Xiaomi, thanked his competitor Huawei for being part of the advancement of Chinese innovation.
The shares of the Chinese EV-maker NIO soared nearly 38% on November 5 after the company announced a deal with Intel’s Mobileye on developing self-driving vehicle systems.
Xiaomi’s highly teased Mi CC9 Pro was finally launched in Beijing on November 5. The phone features five camera sensors and a massive 5,260mAh battery.
I-Mab, a Shanghai-based developer of biologic treatments for cancers and autoimmune disorders, has filed for an IPO on the Nasdaq under the symbol “IMAB”.
On October 31 the three main Chinese carriers debuted 5G mobile phone services, a milestone in the country’s push to become a technology power.
Alibaba Group might be eyeing a public listing in Hong Kong as early as November to raise up to $15 billion, people familiar with the matter said on October 30.
China granted approval for Nintendo to sell its first Switch console game in the country.