As video sharing apps go viral on social media, Alibaba invested over $100 million into Vmate, which is previously owned by its subsidiary UCWeb.
DEF CON China 1.0 kicked off in Beijing’s 798 art district on May 31 gathering hackers and computer security professionals from all over the world.
IEEE admitted it’s banning of Huawei employees from peer-reviewing papers is because Huawei has been placed on the Entity List by the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
The debate between CGTN and Fox anchors that many Chinese were looking forward to turned out to be a puzzling Q&A session.
And more than that.
Chinese multinational technology firm Lenovo stated that it can shift production to other countries if the U.S. slaps additional tariffs on China.
On May 23, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi fired its vice president Wang Lingming for violating the article 44 of China’s public safety law.
Twitter and FTChinese.com jointly released Twitter’s Report on Influences of Chinese Brands Going Global 2019, which focuses on high tech, gaming, mobile apps and cross-border e-commerce industries.
Volkswagen, a German automaker, announced on May 14 that it is building two plants in China to produce a total of 600,000 vehicles running on MEB, its modular car platform for electric vehicles.
Alipay, a payment and lifestyle platform by Ant Financial, has connected more than 300,000 Japanese merchants as of early 2019, a 500 percent increase compared with last year.
The U.S. e-commerce giant Amazon is negotiating with TuSimple, a Chinese self-driving truck company, about acquisition details, people familiar with the matter told Tmtpost.
Reno-vators, a Global Emerging Artists Project by OPPO launched on May 5. OPPO is now calling for young artists at leading art colleges and art lovers to contribute to the project.
Oracle is laying off over 900 staff members, mainly from the China Research and Development Center (CDC), as the conference call in the China area confirmed.
If Yun Fei hadn’t found the hidden camera in the Airbnb apartment, he would probably find leaked videos of himself on porn sites.
Luckin Coffee, the Starbucks challenger in China, is seeking to raise up to $510 million in the U.S. initial public offering (IPO).