Alibaba Group and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) announced in Hangzhou on September 26 the launch of “Hunger Map LIVE,” a global hunger monitoring system.
Robotaxi, a fleet of 45 autonomous cars created by Baidu and FAW Group Corporation (FAW), started operation in certain areas of Changsha, the capital city of Hunan province.
NIO rescheduled its conference call for the second quarter (Q2) of 2019 on September 25, clarifying that the company only lost 22 billion yuan ($3.1 billion) instead of the rumored $5 billion.
The Daxing International Airport, Beijing’s new airport, was formally opened by Chinese President Xi Jinping on September 25.
Chinese smartphone maker OPPO launched three new flash charge technologies on September 19, reinforcing its position in the fast charging space.
Chinese technology giant Tencent Holdings Ltd. is confirmed to invest $150 million in VIPKid, an online English teaching and education company, according to Chinese media 36Kr.
Leaked photos on Chinese social media Weibo show Tesla Model 3 bodies going down the production line.
Alibaba co-founder Joseph Tsai became the official owner of Brooklyn Nets by acquiring another 51% of its shares and the Barclays Center on September 19, according to Xinhua Sports.
GalaxySpace, a private Chinese satellite constellation provider, has finished another round of financing led by JIC Technology Investment on September 16.
ByteDance has completed the acquisition of Baike.com, an encyclopedia service provider and rival to Baidu’s similar services.
Chinese tech giant Tencent and short video platform Kuaishou are negotiating about how the two are going to collaborate.
Huawei confirmed during IFA 2019 that its self-developed operating system Harmony OS is ready and might make its debut on the upcoming Huawei P40 series.
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei released its latest flagship Kirin 990 series chipsets in Berlin on September 6.
Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer NIO launched a paid membership service on September 5.
Apple informed Chinese app developers who were accidentally overpaid that they will soon be contacted by their bank for a return of the incorrectly issued payment.