Smoke rose from a Tesla. Six seconds later, flames spread from the burning car to ignite two cars in an underground parking lot in Shanghai on April 21.
Envision AESC, a Chinese battery technology company, released the new-generation Gen5-811 AIoT battery at the 18th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition on April 17.
If someone hasn’t downloaded TikTok, the viral video-sharing app by the Chinese company ByteDance, from the Indian app store, he might not be able to ever use the app.
With 863 percent growth, OPPO became the fastest growing smartphone brand in the premium segment in 2018, according to Counterpoint Research.
The Chinese electronics company Xiaomi is celebrating its nine year anniversary on April 9. The company was proud to celebrate that China’s knockoff phones have been eradicated since Xiaomi was born.
While everyone has their eyes on 5G technology, the Chinese tech giant Huawei is holding all the trumps. When asked if the company was to sell its self-developed 5G modems to Apple, Huawei chose not to comment.
Among the world’s best venture capital partners in 2019, Neil Shen, founding and managing partner of Sequoia Capital China, ascended the throne.
Chinese Internet giant Tencent will utilize technologies such as 5G and AI to develop the Industrial Internet, as to transform and upgrade industries to be more digital and smart, according to its CEO Pony Ma in IT Summit 2019 in Shenzhen.
The Chinese automobile company Geely Holding Group (Geely) and the German Daimler AG (Daimler) announced on Mar. 28 the formation of a 50-50 global joint venture to develop and operate smart brand.
“The viral story titled Global Smartphone Sales in January by GfK quoted unofficial data and published fake numbers without authorization, which infringes our trademark and left a negative impact on us and our partners,” the market research company GfK China announced on March 27.
The Chinese telecoms giant Huawei topped the list of 2018 international patent applicants with a record number of 5,405 published PCT applications, according to data from World Intellectual Property Organization.
Ninety-four Chinese entities have reached unicorn status, led by ByteDance, the world’s most valuable private company valued at $75 billion.
Not long after Chinese bike-sharing start-up Ofo withered away, its longtime rival Mobike has begun to withdraw from overseas markets.
In 2018, businesses and inventors continued to file large numbers of patent applications to the European Patent Office (EPO). Huawei had the second most patent applications in 2018 with 2,485 applications.
“Lenovo president and CEO Yang Yuanqing has never delivered any kind of speeches to slander Huawei,” the Chinese technology company Lenovo stated on Mar. 8. It will sue related social media accounts for defamation.