The United States International Trade Commission announced on Aug. 21 that it will not enforce an injunction on DJI’s products in the US after its decisions regarding investigations into the alleged violations of Section 377.
On Aug. 24, Tesla China’s official website quietly launched another localized Model Y with the pre-sale price ranging from 488,000 yuan to 535,000 yuan.
The BAIC Group’s New Energy ARCFOX αS currently has three models listed in the catalog, with maximum ranges reaching 525km, 603km, and 708km, respectively.
ChiNext, which has been in operation for more than ten years, has ushered in its biggest reform: piloting the registration-based IPO system.
Xpeng Motors said in a filing with SEC on Aug. 21 that the company plans to issue 85 million American Depositary shares in the range of $11 to $13 per share in their US IPO.
The coronavirus outbreak has dealt a severe blow to most industries. The high energy-consuming, labor-intensive fashion industry, however, bears the brunt.
Chinese EV manufacturer NIO released the BaaS battery rental scheme on Aug. 20, including features such as separation of the car and electricity, battery rental, recharging, exchanging and upgrades.
Richard Yu, the managing director and CEO of Huawei Consumer Business, introduces Huawei MateBook X series at the Huawei MateBook series new product launch conference in Shanghai.
Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer WM Motor is seeking to list its shares on the sci-tech innovation board (the STAR Market) after the completion of its D-round of financing.
The GB/T "Electric Vehicle Battery Swap Safety Requirements" drafted by BJEV, NIO, and other units have all cleared scrutiny.
DJI’s Public Relations Director Xie Tiandi relies to a falsely interpreted report about the company's layoff figure.
Huawei invested a total of 200 million yuan and became limited partners (LPs) of the Shenzhen Hongtu Shanli Private Equity Investment Fund Partnership.
Xiaomi Chairman and CEO Lei Jun gave an update on Aug. 16 covering several major announcements regarding Xiaomi’s development in the next decade through his WeChat account.
AutoX announced early this morning that its RoboTaxi ride-hailing service is now open to the general public for the first time since the company began rolling out a fleet of 100 RoboTaxis.
Jamie Carlson, the North America-based vice president of autonomous driving for NIO and former staff at Apple’s car project Titan, resigned in June and returned to Apple’s Special Projects Group.