No more than half a year ago, when DJI Goggles was still under engineering development, its Spark motion model already proved to be impressive with capturing the image from the bird-eye view. Now DJI unexpectedly released the improved version.
Tencent announced it reached a strategic cooperation with PUBG, formally obtaining the exclusive agency of Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds in China.
The share price of Tencent Holdings (00700.HK) rose by more than 3 percent in early trading on November 21. At 9:53 am, Tencent’s market value reached HK $4.128232 trillion, or about US $528.471 billion, surpassing Facebook, whose market value is US $518.346 billion, to become the world’s fifth-largest technology company by market value.
A smart WeChat gas station built by WeChat and Sinopec Kantons Holdings opened at Kantons Holdings Fangxingda Gas Station in Shenzhen. Its license plate recognition, together with Mini Programs and WeChat payment, allows Kantons Gas Station to provide am intelligent refueling experience for drivers.
Xiaomi plans to invest $1 billion in 100 Indian startups during the next five years, focusing on the construction of its smartphone ecosystem, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun said in an interview with India Livemint on November 20.
“The Internet is a natural monopoly industry, and if it is still dominated by Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent in a decade, it will be most unfortunate for China,” Richard Liu said at the release of Qihoo 360 CEO Zhou Hongyi’s new book in Beijing on November 19.
Tencent hosted the 2017 Tencent Media Summit in Shanghai on November 16. With “media’s new planet” as its theme, Tencent and a dozen of the world’s leading and innovative media met to discuss the global media revolution.
The Xianyu 2017 Strategic Conference was held in Beijing on November 16. The company is the third trillion worth platform that Alibaba has developed after Taobao and Tmall, said Chen Weiye, general manager of Xianyu, a part of Alibaba Group.
Seven of the Top 10 are Internet technology companies – namely, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, Tencent and Alibaba – have a combined market value of $4.25 trillion, close to Japan’s GDP in 2016.
Baidu CEO Robin Li spoke at the company’s annual conference on November 16 in Beijing, introducing its latest artificial intelligence technology for mobile phones, cars and the family.