Tencent software and apps will be used to boost the online outreach and promotion of the #UN75 initiative.
Last Friday, US President Trump ordered Beijing Shiji Group to unwind its acquisition of US-based startup StayNTouch, saying such action might threaten to impair U.S. national security.
Apple recently reviewed and updated their regulation, stipulating that for developers on iOS 13, their apps must support night mode before April 30.
Google's move is part of a broader plan to crack down on ad fraud, where advertising displays are too aggressive thus impairing user experiences.
Chinese smartphone makers Huawei, Xiaomi, OPPO and vivo have join forces to create a platform that allows overseas developers to upload their applications to the four App stores simultaneously.
Airbnb today announced on its WeChat public account that the company would set up a $1,000 000 fund to support Chinese Airbnb users during the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak.
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, part of Foxconn Technology Group, plans to form a joint venture with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to develop and produce electric vehicles in China.
LEGO Group and Tencent announced a renewed MoU on strategic cooperation to further consolidate and expand their collaboration in the field of digital play experiences for children.
Byton Motors, a Chinese electric vehicle company, has signed a partnership agreement with SK Telecom, South Korea’s largest telecom operator.
Alibaba has invested $10 million into XpressBees, an eCommerce logistics firm based in Pune, India.
Alibaba’s financial services spin-off, Ant Financial, is said to have acquired a sizable stake in Vietnamese e-wallet eMonkey, according to Reuters.
Chinese online video content provider Bilibili has joined forces with electric car innovator Tesla to provide in-car infotainment services.
On December 18, Chinese phone-maker Realme announced its full-stack financial services platform called Realme PaySa in India.
On December 18, DiDi and NVIDIA announced a cooperation agreement. Didi will use NVIDIA’s technology to develop autonomous driving and cloud computing solutions.
Samsung Electronics has teamed up with Baidu to produce its new cloud-to-edge artificial intelligence (AI) chip, Kunlun, with mass production slated for early next year.