Chinese smartphone brand Realme released its first 5G phone Realme X50 on January 7 in Beijing.
Tesla started delivering the first Made-in-China Model 3 sedans to the general public on January 7, one-year anniversary of the company’s Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai.
CES 2020 opened up in Las Vegas on January 7, with over 5000 companies from all over the world set to showcase the world’s most cutting-edge gadgets, new applications, and futuristic products.
Robin Li, the founder and CEO of Chinese search engine Baidu, said that artificial intelligence (AI) will innovate all kinds of industries, including Baidu’s search engine.
Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer NIO (NYSE:NIO) stock soared on December 30 as the company’s Q3 performance beat expectations from last quarter.
Some say that “decommercialization” might be the way to localize Burning Man in Mainland China, as neither Dragon Burn and Gobi Heaven has achieved what Burning Man has done in the U.S.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO launched its first 5G phone series Reno 3 on December 26.
Chinese ride-sharing giant Didi Chuxing (Didi) launched a variety show to tell Didi drivers’ stories and rebuild the company’s image mired by recent criticism.
Tencent Cloud released a cloud video meeting product called “Tencent Meeting” on December 25 to connect hardware and meeting rooms via the software.
A 15-tonne oxygen rich methane-fueled rocket engine by Chinese aerospace manufacturer iSpace completed a long-range 500-second test in Beijing on December 25.
A new Global Esports Federation (GEF) was launched in Singapore on December 16, with Chinese tech giant Tencent listed as its global founding partner.
On December 16, Vivo released their newest smartphones — the vivo X30 series, with 5G technology and powerful cameras.
Liu Chuanzhi, founding father of the Lenovo Group, is about to step down as the chairman of Lenovo’s parent company Legend Holdings.
According to local news on December 13, Samsung will increase its investment in its Chinese chip plant by $8 billion as the second stage of the second phase of the project.
Telefonica announced that they will use Huawei’s technologies to build a 5G network, Huawei marched a step further into the European market.