Just one day before the launch of the Mate 30 Series that will take place in Munich on September 19, new real-life images of the handset surfacedon Chinese micro-blogging platform Weibo.
At the 2019 Huawei Connect conference, the Chinese telecom giant announced the launch of what it claims is the fastest cluster for training artificial intelligence in the world.
Starbucks took another step toward evolving the digital customer experience for customers in China by cooperating with Alibaba and launching a smart speaker capable of ordering coffee delivery by voice.
San Diego-based self-driving truck startup TuSimple, announced on September 17 that its Series D round had secured an additional $120 million.
Chinese super pop star Jay Chou’s new song managed to crash the servers of Chinese streaming platform QQ Music due to the heavy traffic it accumulated, a feat that had never occurred before.
Kuaishou’s international short video platform Kwai, reached 3 million Daily Active Users (DAU) in Brazil on September 12, a number of people familiar with the matter told Jiemian News.
At Alibaba’s 20th anniversary celebration in Hangzhou, China, founder Jack Ma stepped down as chairman.
On September 10, the new iPhone 11 and its superior versions, iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, were unveiled at Apple’s Silicon Valley headquarters, spurring heated discussions on Chinese social media.
The China-based EV startup Byton unveiled the final design for its first vehicle, the M-Byte, this week at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Jack Ma, the charismatic Chinese entrepreneur behind Alibaba Group, handed his board chairman title over to CEO Daniel Zhang on September 10.
On September 4, Chinese iOS software developer under the username @waylybaye shared his story on Weibo, saying that Apple had mistakenly given him a seven-fold pay raise.
China’s viral deepfake app ZAO has bowed to intense media pressure and published an open letter addressing the concerns and their updated user agreement.
National Football League (NFL) and Chinese short video platform TikTok, announced today a new multi-year partnership to bring NFL’s exciting experience to TikTok’s global community.
Chinese electronics company TCL, known for their budget TVs and for being the company behind modern-day Alcatel and BlackBerry phones, will release its first ever TCL-branded smartphone at IFA 2019 in Berlin next week.
Blued, China’s largest gay-dating app for men, is planning a US IPO that could raise about $200 million.