The shares of the Chinese EV-maker NIO soared nearly 38% on November 5 after the company announced a deal with Intel’s Mobileye on developing self-driving vehicle systems.
Xiaomi is planning to enter Japan in 2020 by offering their comparable flagships at a lower price point in an effort to displace market leader Apple
Southeast Asia, home to over 600 million people going through an economic and technological transformation akin to the one that China went through a decade ago, is a natural target for China’s tech titans.
South Africa has signed a two-year agreement with Chinese internet giant Tencent to use its popular social media platform, WeChat, to market tourism to millions in China.
With the trade war raging on and the Chinese tech ecosystem reaching maturity, the journey to the west that every half-successful local CEO saw as a prerequisite for global success now feels redundant.
Electric car maker Tesla’s landmark gigafactory in Shanghai has officially received the required power supply for preliminary production from the State Grid Corp of China.
Alibaba’s video content platform, Youku, announced that it has signed a partnership with BBC Studios to augment their kid-friendly content.
Ant Financial, the Chinese payments giant, is in talks to lead a $600 million funding round in India’s leading food delivery app Zomato, people familiar with the matter told the Economic Times.
On September 29, OPPO became the exclusive official global smartphone partner for League of Legends esports international events, announced by Riot Games.
On September 25, Amazon announced that it would join forces with many of the world’s top tech companies including Tencent, to form the Voice Interoperability Alliance (VII).
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.
Leaked photos on Chinese social media Weibo show Tesla Model 3 bodies going down the production line.
Starbucks took another step toward evolving the digital customer experience for customers in China by cooperating with Alibaba and launching a smart speaker capable of ordering coffee delivery by voice.
On September 11, according to WeChat Global, WeChat Pay and LINE Pay announced that they would further deepen their cooperation in the field of mobile payments and begin integrating WeChat Pay with LINE Pay’s merchants in Japan.
Kuaishou’s international short video platform Kwai, reached 3 million Daily Active Users (DAU) in Brazil on September 12, a number of people familiar with the matter told Jiemian News.